Expect Closures Mon. On Parts Of Leestown Rd. & Versailles Rd. In Lexington

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 6/16 1:21 am
Lexington traffic will be affected Monday morning with the scheduled start of some road construction projects.

The first closure on Leestown Road will affect traffic near Greendale Road.

That is where the state said a new intersection would be constructed.

Drivers were advised to access Leestown Road by using Mercer Road to Westhampton Road.

The closure was scheduled to run from 8:00 Monday morning until Monday, June 30th.

Another closure will affect Versailles Road between Bennett Avenue and Oliver Lewis Way.

The state said a roadway rehabilitation project would close the inbound right lane of traffic starting Monday morning at 7:00.

It did not announce an expected finish date for the work.

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