Galiver Cutoff road work means lane restrictions

roadworkHOLT, Fla., April 7, 2018–Okaloosa County road crews will begin resurfacing Galiver Cutoff in Baker next week.

The project, beginning Monday, is expected to last through Thursday, but could flow into Friday as well, according to an Okaloosa County Roads Division release.

A flagman and follow-me vehicle will control traffic flow throughout the repaving process.

Travel delays are expected, according to the Roads Division. Drivers are requested to avoid travel on Galiver Cutoff during this time.

Southbound roadwork

Work will begin April 9 near the State Road 4 (Hwy 4) and Galiver Cutoff intersection in Baker, working southbound.

Residents on Parsonage Road in Baker will not be permitted access to Galiver Cutoff and must use Hwy 4 for access.

This will be a mobile operation as the work zone continues to move south toward U.S. 90.

Additionally, access will not be permitted to Galiver Cutoff (northbound) from Hwy 90 between 4 and 6 p.m. April 10.

Travelers and residents must use Hwy 4 or another alternate route for northbound travel.

The southbound repaving project is expected to be completed by the evening April 11.

Northbound roadwork

Road repaving will continue northbound on Galliver Cutoff April 11.

Work will begin near the U.S. 90 and Galliver Cutoff intersection, working northbound.

Access will be not be permitted to Galiver Cutoff (northbound) from U.S. 90 between 7 and 8:30 a.m. while crews begin the process.

Like the southbound resurfacing, the northbound process will also be a mobile operation as the work zone continues to move north toward Hwy 4.

The project is expected to be completed by Thursday evening, but could run into Friday pending any delays, according to the Okaloosa County Roads Division.

Okaloosa County Roads Division release

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