Seven Locks Road Paving Project Set For April 1

A past county paving project, via MCDOTFor Bethesda residents near Potomac or for those who frequent the Cabin John area, be cognizant of a paving project on Seven Locks Road that could mean temporary lane closures starting on April 1.

The Montgomery County Department of Transportation will begin repairing and resurfacing Seven Locks Road in Potomac between Montrose Road and Tuckerman Lane on or about April 1, according to a newsletter from the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Regional Services Center.

The project is expected to take six weeks, depending on the weather.

The road won’t be closed, but watch for lane closures and parking restrictions that MCDOT will post as work gets closer. Crews will work from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays.

A section of Seven Locks Road from Bradley Boulevard Democracy Boulevard underwent repaving three years ago. Last year, MCDOT milled and re-paved a section of the road from River Road to MacArthur Boulevard.

For more information about the project, contact MCDOT project manager James Kisner at 240-777-7631 and to report specific road repair issues and potholes, contact the MCDOT Customer Service Center at 240-777-6000.

Photo via Montgomery County Department of Transportation

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