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Renderings of a proposed roundabout in Monroe have been released.  The roundabout would replace the intersection of Routes 110 and 111.  The stone wall around firemen's field in the rendering will not be included after the state opted instead for natural vegetation. 

 

 

The project is aimed at addressing operation and safety concerns at the intersection of Routes 110 and 111.  The project consists of removing the existing flashing beacon and constructing a modern roundabout. The proposed work includes converting Hurd Avenue to a cul-de-sac, as well as installing sidewalks throughout the project area. Landscaping and other decorative features will also be included. 

 

The estimated construction cost for this project is approximately $4.1 million, anticipated to be undertaken with 80% Federal funds and 20% State funds.

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