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Roanoke street paving locations for week of April 1st

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City of Roanoke news release

The City of Roanoke's annual street paving program is scheduled to continue on Monday, April 1.

Traffic delays should be expected as follows:

• Fairway Drive, from York Road to Langdon Road.  Other streets likely to be impacted by this work include Idavere Road, Howard Road, and Carlton Road.

• Woodhaven Road, from Peters Creek Road to Barns Avenue. Other streets likely to be impacted by this work include Airport Road.

• Vinyard Road, from Omar Avenue to East End.  Other streets likely to be impacted by this work include Atherly Street.

Lanford Bros and/or Sawyer Paving Co. will be responsible for traffic control in these areas.

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