The Maine Department of Transportation is planning to add center-line and white edge-line rumble strips to a roughly 5-mile section of U.S. Route 202 in Winthrop. The $34,000 project is expected to be completed by early fall. The lines are expected to be added to the following five sections of road:

• Section 1 begins 0.08 miles east of the Annabessacook Road intersection and extends 0.94 miles easterly to 0.10 miles prior to the intersection of Route 202 and Highland Avenue.

• Section 2 begins approximately 0.07 miles east of the Highland Avenue intersection and extends northerly 0.30 miles.

• Section 3 begins approximately 0.15 miles east of the Main Street intersection and extends 1.40 miles east to 0.09 prior to the intersection of Stanley Road and Route 202.

• Section 4 is white edge line rumble strips — no centerline rumble strips in this section. This section begins 0.10 miles west of the Stanley Road intersection and extends 0.30 miles.

• Section 5 begins at the Pine Knoll Road intersection and extends 1.1 miles east, ending 0.30 miles east of the Welch Point Road.

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