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News : MoDOT Road Maintenance Schedule For June 16
Posted by Randy on 2014/6/16 4:48:57 (223 reads) News by the same author

Monday rolls around, and once again, MoDOT has announced work to be done in North Missouri. Several road closures are involved in counties across North Missouri this week.
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Caldwell County
U.S. Hwy 36 – From NE Ponderosa Road to NE Sunset Road; slide repair, June 16
Route J – From U.S. Hwy 36 to Route 6; pothole patching, June 16 – 20
Route CC – From Route 6 (Daviess County) to Route 13; chip seal, June 16 – 20 (Includes an 11-foot width restriction.)
Route HH – From Route 121 to Route D; pothole patching, June 17 – 18
Route D – Pothole patching, June 19 – 20

Daviess County
I-35 – All on and off ramps; striping, June 16 – 17
Route E – From Route D to U.S. Hwy 69; pothole patching, June 16 – 18
I-35 – Southbound from mile marker 68 north of Winston to the DeKalb/Clinton County line; resurfacing project, June 16 – 20 (Includes a 13-foot width restriction.)
I-35 – Spraying, June 16 – 20
Route CC – From Route 6 to Route 13 (Caldwell County); chip seal, June 16 – 20 (Includes an 11-foot width restriction.)
Route E – From U.S. Hwy 69 to the Dekalb County line; pothole patching, June 16 – 20
Route 6 – Over Route MM; bridge maintenance, June 16 – 20
U.S. Hwy 69 – Shoulder repair, June 16 – 20
Various routes – Mowing, June 16 – 20
Various routes – Shoulder repair, June 16 – 20
Route PP – Pothole patching, June 19

Grundy County
Route C – CLOSED at the West Muddy Creek Bridge; bridge maintenance, June 16, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Routes Y, O and NN – Sign operations, June 16 – 20
U.S. Hwy 65 – Spraying, June 16 – 20
Route 6 – Spraying, June 16 – 20
Route 139 – CLOSED from Raven Road (Sullivan County) to Route 6; culvert replacement, June 17, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Route Z – CLOSED from 30th Southeast Street to 40th Southeast Street; culvert replacement, June 18, 7

Harrison County
U.S. Hwy 69 – At the Big Creek and Big Creek Overflow Bridges; bridge maintenance, June 16 – 17
U.S. Hwy 136 – Shoulder repair, June 16 – 17
I-35 – All on and off ramps; striping, June 16 – 17
Route D – From Route 46 to Route M; pothole patching, June 16 – 18
I-35 – Spraying, June 16 – 20
Various routes – Mowing, June 16 – 20
Various routes – Striping, June 18 – 19
Route U – Pothole patching, June 19
Route YY – Pothole patching, June 20

Linn County
Route C – Shoulder repair, June 16 – 18
Various routes – Sign operations, June 16 – 20
Route M – Shoulder repair, June 18 – 20

Livingston County
Route H – From Route J to Route 139; shoulder repair, June 16 – 17
Route 139 – From Route H to the Chariton County line; June 18 – 19
Route C – From U.S. Hwy 36 to Route Z; shoulder repair, June 20

Mercer County
Various routes – Mowing, June 16 – 20
Route P – Pothole patching, June 16 – 20
Route J – Culvert repair, June 16 – 20
Route JJ – Culvert repair, June 16 – 20

Putnam County
Route 129 – One mile north of Route Y; driveway entrance repair, June 16
Route AA – Pothole patching, June 16 – 20
Route O – Pothole patching, June 16 – 20
Routes O, FF and W – Shoulder repair, June 16 – 19
Routes O, FF, V, N and Z – Sign operations, June 16 – 20
Route T – CLOSED; culvert replacement, June 17, 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Sullivan County
Route B – CLOSED from Route VV to Route M; culvert replacement, June 16 – 17, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily
Route 6 – At the Yellow Creek Bridge; bridge maintenance, June 16 – 20
Routes B, RA, Y, J and N – Mowing, June 16 – 20
Route 139 – CLOSED from Raven Road to Route 6 (Grundy County); culvert replacement, June 17, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Route N – CLOSED from Route Y to Route B; culvert replacement, June 18 – 19, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily

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