Road work to cause closures and parking restrictions in Winters Aug. 9-10

Road work on Railroad Avenue and on parts of Abbey Street will cause road closures and impact parking Aug. 9-10.
Graphic: Winters Express
Graphic: Winters Express

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  • The southbound lane on Railroad Avenue from Abbey Street to Main Street. The northbound lane will be open but moved over to the east side.
  • Abbey Street will be closed on the west side from the western edge of the Winters Hotel to the First Street/Abbey Street intersection.
  • A no parking zone will be set up from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the east side of Railroad Avenue running from Main Street to Abbey Street during the scheduled construction period this weekend. Patrons will be able to access Napa Auto Parts and Primo’s Barbershop from Railroad Avenue. Vintage Paving are also scheduled to pave Newt’s Expressway. This includes paving the entrance to Newt’s Expressway and the entrance into the parking lot attached. Slated to start Saturday, Aug. 10 they will pave the parking lot at the corner of First Street and Abbey Street. There are no road closures expected in part of this paving project area.]]>

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