A surface recycle of K-15 Highway began Monday.
The project began at the Marion and Harvey County line, and will continue north to the K-15 and U.S. 56 junction, a distance of eleven miles. The top 2 inches of asphalt will be removed, mixed in with new oil and emollients, and then laid back down on the roadway. This will be followed with a chip seal.
A pilot car will traffic through the work zone with a lane width restriction of 15 feet. The work zone will be in place during daylight hours Monday through Friday and some Saturdays.