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After several years in the works, North 180th street in Elkhorn finally reopens

ELKHORN, Nebraska – After several years of work, a connection that was previously closed to traffic in west Omaha has finally reopened. This is excellent news for motorists.

Carmichael was quoted as saying, “It’s going to be terrific for so many people.”

It was a component of a larger project that involved widening 180th and converting it from a two-lane roadway to a four-lane roadway with a median running from West Dodge to West Maple.

Carmichael promised that it would cut down on wasted time.

Molly Carmichael, who lives in Elkhorn, is thrilled about the prospect of being able to go to her place of employment via 180th Street.

Carmichael stated that it would make a difference in the amount of traffic that was over here because of the new high school.

Carmichael has two children, and she had to take separate routes on 192nd Street and 168th Street just to take her children to daycare. Carmichael claims that she won’t have to rush out the door in the morning now that she has a new babysitter.

Carmichael predicted that it would turn out to be an amazing experience.

The reopening, which took place on Friday, marks the completion of a project that has been in the works for the past 20 years and should assist in keeping people mobile for many years to come.

According to the Hawkins Construction Company, which was in charge of the project, they finished the work two months earlier than the original schedule.

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