The redesign of Stithton Circle at Fort Knox may be done sooner than expected, according to a DPW official. Construction began March 15 and if the project remains on track, it could be completed as early as mid-June.
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The redesign of Stithton Circle at Fort Knox may be done sooner than expected, according to a DPW official. Construction began March 15 and if the project remains on track, it could be completed as early as mid-June.
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The redesign of Stithton Circle at Fort Knox may be done sooner than expected, according to a DPW official. Construction began March 15 and if the project remains on track, it could be completed as early as mid-June.
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FORT KNOX, Ky. – The redesign of the main traffic circle at Fort Knox may be done sooner than expected.

Construction on Stithton Circle began March 15. The project includes adding dedicated lanes of travel and a raised island where three tanks reside. Public Works director Jason Root explained the completion date cannot be specifically determined just yet.

“It’s a very weather-dependent kind of operation but the contractor is pushing forward, working really hard along with members of our Engineering Services Division,” Root said at the most recent Community Information Exchange. “We’re absolutely doing everything we can to get that project finished as quickly as possible.”

During a Facebook Live broadcast of the CIE, Root also stated the contract was initially signed as a 120-day project, but the contractor is well ahead of schedule. If the project continues on the current track, it could be completed in June.

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