Rabbit Hill Road in Holly Springs will reopen to through traffic on or before noon Friday, Sept. 14, though construction will continue on its intersection with Holly Springs Parkway, the city announced.
Baldwin Paving Co. Inc., contractor for the $3.2 million Holly Springs Parkway Widening Project, dealt with more-than 40-year-old asphalt by rebuilding Rabbit Hill to current standards from the ground up, officials said.
The contractor also made drainage improvements, and it will open a turn lane and install a traffic signal at Holly Springs Parkway later this fall, officials said. Construction continues as overhead utilities are relocated to make way for travel lanes and a culvert extension on the east side of Holly Springs Parkway.
The parkway was widened to four travel lanes with a median from the Home Depot store to Rabbit Hill.
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