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Rail crossings closing permanently here, Kannapolis

The railroad grade crossing in the 100 block of Peach Orchard Road off South Main Street will close permanently on Monday, Aug. 3, at 6 a.m.

 The new traffic pattern will be Hader Street off the 200 block of Peach Orchard to Peeler Road to South Main Street.

Contractors for NCDOT will permanently close the railroad grade crossing for East 29th St. in Kannapolis on Monday, July 27, between North Main Street and Linda Avenue.

The alternate route will be south on North Main Street to east on 18th Street to north on Cannon Boulevard to north on South Chapel Street to west on East 29th Street.

 A temporary closure of the East 22nd St. crossing between North Main Street and North Cannon Boulevard will start on Aug. 3. The contractor plans to have the road closed for 21 days to construct the new rail section across East 22nd  St.

The signed detour route will be south on North Main Street to east on 18th Street to north on Cannon Boulevard to west on East 22nd Street.

Homeowners on Linda Avenue will have access from 18th Street or 29th Street.

 NCDOT staff will hand deliver the flyers to the area around 29th Street  later this week and 22nd Street, next week.

 Questions may be directed to NCDOT at 704-630-3220.

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