FARMINGTON — Maine Department of Transportation has notified the town of three road projects planned for next summer.

They include Route 2 in Farmington and Wilton and Route 4 from Farmington to Strong. There is also a light paving project proposed for Route 149 in Farmington and Strong.

The Route 2 project begins east of the intersection with Route 156, Depot Street, in Wilton near Gould’s Service Station. It continues east for 6.69 miles, ending at Center Bridge in Farmington.

The Route 4 project begins a mile north of Adams Circle in Fairbanks and continues north for 7.77 miles to 4.38 miles north of the Farmington/Strong town line.

The third project begins at the intersection of Route 4 and Route 149, known as South Strong Road, and continues northwest to the intersection with Route 145 in Strong.

A request for bids on the Route 2 project is expected to go out April 6, 2016; the Route 4 project, March 9, 2016; and the Route 149 project, March 16, 2016. Construction is planned for the summer of 2016.

Notices were sent to towns and highway abutters saying once the Route 2 and 4 and the Route 4 projects are completed no permits to open those sections will be granted for three years, except as allowed by state law.

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