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Lower Military Road project continues; street changes set

January 11, 2013

Benton city officials have released information about street changes related to ongoing improvements being made to Lower Military Road.
On Friday, Jan. 11, Military Road traffic between Smithers Drive and Northshore Drive will be shifted over onto new lanes, Mayor David Mattingly announced.
The old road will be closed to through traffic at this time.
Access to the old roadway for businesses and their customers may be obtained at the Smithers or Northshore intersections, based on the business location, he said.
He noted that signs will be posted indicating the road is closed to through traffic.    
The entrance to Lincoln Square from Military will be closed also.
The traffic on Lincoln Road will be shifted into two lanes as soon as the Military Road traffic has been moved, the mayor said.
The timing for the road changes could be altered depending upon the weather, Mattingly said.

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