WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — A West Lafayette neighborhood will soon have smoother streets.
A resurfacing project is set for streets in the Bar Barry Heights neighborhood.
It's all thanks to the 2018 Community Crossings Project.
The nearly $450,000 project cost is split with the Indiana Department of Transportation.
City Engineer Ed Garrison said work will be done with a little inconvenience to drivers as possible.
"Everything will be left open to traffic as they're paving through there so there will be flagging operations," he explained. "It will be a little slower, but they're slow roads to begin with as residential roads."
A portion of Kalberer Road will be included in the resurfacing project.
Garrison said construction should start sometime in June or July, and it's expected to be finished in about two months
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