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Mainroad Contracting Spring Press Release

Spring maintenance is underway, and crews need your respect and patience.


With the weather finally warming, new kinds of highway maintenance equipment will be out on the roads. Among many other activities, Mainroad Contracting crews will be performing pothole patching, bridge washing, shoulder repairs, paving, and mowing. Be aware that when crews are stopped on the side of the road, they rely on the travelling public to drive with caution and keep them safe. Highway maintenance vehicles aren’t just snowplows— they’re sweepers, tow trucks, and mowers too.


When you see red, blue, or amber flashing lights, Slow Down and Move Over to an open lane when it’s safe to do so. Not only is it the safe thing to do, but it’s also the law.


“Highway maintenance is a demanding job, and it becomes dangerous when vehicles don’t slow down or drivers are distracted when approaching our work zone. Crews have families awaiting them at home, so please drive with caution and keep your eyes on the road.” — Steve Rehbein, General Manager, Mainroad Fraser Maintenance LP


We aim to schedule maintenance activities during off-peak traffic periods as much as possible. For road conditions and updates, check