King & 20th Concrete Intersection

During the summer of 1999, the intersection of King and South 20th Street West was modified from asphalt to a concrete surface and some of the super-elevation, or tilt, was removed.

This project also involved the widening of S. 20th St. to four lanes and traffic signal upgrades to allow for a dual left turn onto King Avenue. This project cost $697,752. The primary contractor was Empire Sand and Gravel.