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Road Work : Road projects announced for this week
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/22 11:24:12 (534 reads) News by the same author

Various road projects are planned this week for crews of the Missouri department of transportation. Mowing along U-S Highway 65 is scheduled at various locations this week in Livingston, Grundy, and Mercer Counties. Mowing also is listed along various locations on State Highway 6 in Grundy County this week.

In addition, the schedule includes shoulder marker repairs Wednesday for Highway 6 in Grundy County. Shoulder repairs are listed for this week along Grundy County's Highway 146 between Highways 6 and 190.

Among other counties: Livingston: bridge deck repairs on Route Double-D at Shoal Creek on Monday and Tuesday; then on Highway 190 at the Thompson River bridge on Wednesday and Thursday. In Daviess County, pavement sealing is planned by the MoDot crews at various locations on Routes O and Double-Y this week.

At Bethany, a contractor begins paving Highway 69 south, starting at the Route A and Highway 69 intersection. After that paving is complete, crews begin paving on Route A, starting at the junction of Routes A and B. Paving is to be done on BOTH lanes; sections of the road are to be closed in three to five mile segments. Home occupants and emergency vehicles will be accommodated for local access as needed.

Other motorists will need to find an alternate route during the paving projects.

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