For those of you who drive down through Arundel, here’s something from the Maine Department of Transportation worth keeping in mind:
A culvert replacement will force Log Cabin Road in Arundel into a one-way alternating traffic pattern starting on Monday, July 16th. Signal lights will assist motorists traveling through the area. The project begins and ends on Log Cabin Road between the intersections with Lombard Road and Goose Rocks Road, which includes the Hutchins Bridge that spans the Goff Mill Brook.
In mid to late September, Log Cabin Road will be fully closed for two days with detour signs guiding motorists through the detour routes.
This existing culvert has reached its service life and requires replacement.
The work is being performed by Wyman & Simpson of Richmond.