AUGUSTA - Repairs for a section of road in Augusta are estimated to be in the millions of dollars range, and one government organization will be seeking bids for the project tomorrow.
The Maine Department of Transportation is seeking bids to improve roads near Maine General Medical Center at exit 113 in Augusta. Road improvement costs are estimated to be close to 11 million dollars, and officials say commuters will see some big changes.
The project would make access to the Maine General Medical Center much easier, as well as create access to other routes more commuter friendly.
MDOT says bids for the project will be open January 30th, and the department is looking at a project completion date of November of this year.