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News : Road Maintenance Schedule For April 28 Through May 2
Posted by Randy on 2014/4/28 4:48:56 (175 reads) News by the same author

It's yet another Monday, and, MoDOT has announced work scheduled for North Missouri.
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Caldwell County
Various routes – Spraying, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Sign operations, April 28 – May 2

Daviess County
Route M – At 310th Street; shoulder repair, April 28 – 30
I-35 – Southbound from mile marker 68 north of Winston to the DeKalb/Clinton County line; resurfacing project, April 28 – May 2 (Includes a 13-foot width restriction.)
Various routes – Sign operations, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Sweeping and flushing bridges, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Drainage work, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Brush cutting, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Spraying, April 28 – May 2

Grundy County
U.S. Hwy 65 – Sweeping and flushing bridges; April 28 – May 2
Route 6 – Sweeping and flushing bridges; April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Shoulder repair, April 28 – May 2

Harrison County
Route TT – From Route P to the end of state maintenance; pavement repair, April 28 – April 30
U.S. Hwy 136 – At the Sugar Creek Bridge; pavement repair, April 30 – May 1 (Includes a 12-foot width restriction and a temporary traffic signal in place.)
Various routes – Spraying, April 28 – May 2
Route F – Just south of West 280th Place; driveway entrance repair, May 1 – 2

Linn County
Route B – CLOSED at the Locust Creek Bridge; bridge replacement, closed through May 2014
Route 129 – From Bucklin to Route J; sidewalk improvement project, April 28 – May 2
Route M – From Route O to Route 11; pothole patching, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Sign operations, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Spraying, April 28 – May 2

Livingston County
Route H – Shoulder repair, April 28 – April 30
U.S. Hwy 65 – Sweeping and flushing bridges, April 28 – May 2
Route 139 – Shoulder repair, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Spraying, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Litter pickup, April 28 – May 2

Mercer County
Route K – From U.S. Hwy 65 to the Iowa state line; milling, April 28 – May 2 (Includes a 10-foot width restriction.)
Various routes – Sweeping and flushing bridges, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Litter pickup, April 28 – May 2

Putnam County
U.S. Hwy 136 – From east of the Unionville city limits to Route N; sweeping and flushing bridges, April 28 – 29
Route U – From U.S. Hwy 136 to the Iowa state line; milling, April 28 – May 2 (Includes a 10-foot width restriction.)
Route 139 – From U.S. Hwy 136 to the Newtown city limits (Sullivan County); pothole patching, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Sign operations, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Litter pickup, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Spraying, April 28 – May 2
U.S. Hwy 136 – From west of Unionville to the Village of Lucerne; sweeping and flushing bridges, May 1 – 2

Sullivan County
Route O – Drainage work, April 28 – 29
Route 139 – From U.S. Hwy 136 (Putnam County) to the Newtown city limits; pothole patching, April 28 – May 2
Route 139 – From Route 6 to Route E; pothole patching, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Pothole patching, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Litter pickup, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Sweeping and flushing bridges, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Sign operations, April 28 – May 2
Various routes – Spraying, April 28 – May 2
Route 129 – From Sunrise to the junction of Route C and Route H; driveway entrance repair, May 1

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