The end finally might be in sight for the widening of the two-lane P.J. Adams Parkway to four lanes on the south end of Crestview.
This 1.7-mile-long project began in late 2019, includes many above- and below-ground utility line relocations and is scheduled to be substantially completed in the spring of 2024, Okaloosa County Public Works Director Jason Autrey said on Sept. 27.
On Sept. 28, work continued on this portion of the future eastbound lanes of the P.J. Adams Parkway near Crab Apple Avenue.
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