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Workers prepare to apply a left-turn arrow on Huber Village Blvd. and Pointview as resurfacing and curb repairs nears completion.

Huber Village Open For Traffic

Traffic returned to normal Friday as resurfacing and curb replacement on Huber Village Blvd. from Birmingham to Spring was completed.

The weather cooperated as a striping crew finished applying traffic and pedestrian markers at intersections and along the road center. 

Minor delays may happen for several days as crews make minor adjustments and refinements to the road surface and curbs. For now, no more closed lanes and cones.

 

Workers mark locations for applying yellow traffic striping at Huber Village and Pointview as the resurfacing and curb repair project for Huber nears completion.

Workers mark locations for applying yellow traffic striping at Huber Village and Pointview as the resurfacing and curb repair project for Huber nears completion.

Thick plasticized paint heated to 450 degrees is laid as traffic striping at Huber Village and Pointview where the resurfacing and curb repair project for Huber nears completion.

Thick plasticized paint heated to 450 degrees is laid as traffic striping at Huber Village and Pointview where the resurfacing and curb repair project for Huber nears completion.

A worker blows away debris and dumps water on fresh striping applied to the new asphalt on Huber Village Blvd. and Pointview as resurfacing and curb repairs nears completion.

About The Author

Gary Gardiner

Former newspaper and Associated Press photographer. Instructor at Westerville Center for Photography. Owns SmallTown Stock, the Reasonably Rights Managed stock photo agency. Founder and Director for The American Scene Project, a heritage project dedicated to exhibiting and preserving photography of everyday American life.

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