Reminder: Expect Lane Closures During Resurfacing Of Highway 95A From Molino To Cantonment

September 22, 2022

Drivers can continue to expect daily lane closures from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Highway 95A as it is resurfaced.

Highway 95A is being milled and resurfaced by contractor Roads, Inc. from Highway 29 in Molino to the intersection with Highway 29 and Morris Avenue in Cantonment. The 9.16 mile, $2.1 million project will also include the shoulders and turn lanes.

Paving near Jim Allen Elementary on the southern end of the project is planned for Saturday, October 1 to not interfere with school traffic.

Weather permitting, the resurfacing should be completed by October 7. About two weeks later, final thermoplastic striping will be installed over the temporary paint striping.

Pictured: Crews work on the resurfacing of Highway 95A near Highway 196 on Wednesday. NorthEscambia.com photos by Kristi Barbour, click to enlarge.

Comments

3 Responses to “Reminder: Expect Lane Closures During Resurfacing Of Highway 95A From Molino To Cantonment”

  1. Bill T on September 22nd, 2022 11:11 am

    Let’s see chipper rd has been paved 1Time when it was put down and that’s it !!!! So it time to pave it again let’s see if it happens !!!!! There is a north and south chipper rd

  2. Charles on September 22nd, 2022 8:47 am

    When will they finish paving Hwy 196 (Barrineau Park Road) between Hwy 29 and 95A? It was to be done when they finished the west side. That’s probably been 10 years ago. They recently paved Schaag road from Barrineau Park road to 95A and it doesn’t get near the traffic Barrineau Park road does with the big big trucks not having room to safely pass one another when going in opposite directions. I guess someone on Schagg road had some pull? Safety is of no concern just keep the big donors happy. 95A really needed resurfacing and Quintette road is really bad as well but Schagg road could have waited.

  3. Molino Resident on September 22nd, 2022 6:44 am

    I hope that they’re going to put another layer on top of what they’ve already don. It’s just as rough as the existing surface.





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