Work Continues On Crary Road Bridge Replacement

June 14, 2019

Work is continuing on a $776,874 Florida Department of Transportation FRONTproject to replace the current bridge on Crary Road over Pritchett Mill Creek near Century.

The work involves replacing the current structure with a box culvert, paving the roadway approaches, and improving drainage. Crary Road has been closed between Tedder and Byrneville roads since November 2018 for construction.

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One Response to “Work Continues On Crary Road Bridge Replacement”

  1. Concerned Citizen on June 14th, 2019 4:35 pm

    Why not pave the whole road?





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