User Login    
 + Register
Road Work : MoDOT announces road work schedule for this week
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/21 7:23:19 (416 reads) News by the same author

The Missouri Department of Transportation has road work planned in area counties this week, including Grundy County Route W, which will be closed at two different locations for bridge deck repairs. Closed today (Tuesday) is Route W at the Shelburne Bridge over Gee's Creek, involving Route W from Route F, southward to the Livingston County line.

Also closed, on Wednesday and Thursday, will be Route W at the Hickory Creek Bridge. The portion closed is from Route F to Southwest 30th Avenue.

Pavement repairs are planned for Friday on Route NN from the Mercer County line south to Route N, with pothole patching planned on routes in Mercer and Sullivan Counties. Work on Mercer County Route P is today (Tuesday) and Wednesday. Work will be done on Route V from Cainsville east to Route B on Thursday and Friday. Sullivan County Route Z, from Route MM to Highway 6, has potholes being patched today (Tuesday), and then on Route NN on Wednesday and Thursday.

Highway 139 in Putnam County, from Highway 136 north to the state line is to have a pavement surface milling and oiling operation on Thursday and Friday.

In Livingston County, culvert repairs are planned for today (Tuesday) and Wednesday on Route V from the Chillicothe city limits to Route K, and Thursday and Friday on Route KK.

Highway 6, from DeKalb County Route EE to Interstate 35 in Daviess County, has pothole patching work being done on Wednesday and Thursday.

Printer Friendly Page Send this Story to a Friend Create a PDF from the article


Other articles
2014/10/22 6:42:06 - Missouri Livestock Symposium To Be Held In Kirksville December 5th
2014/10/22 4:52:49 - Dead Babies In Winnipeg Storage Unit 'Tragic Beyond Belief'
2014/10/22 4:43:12 - Two Sunken Vessels From World War II Were Just Found Off The North Carolina Coast
2014/10/22 4:34:36 - Partial Solar Eclipse to Darken US Skies Thursday
2014/10/22 4:26:06 - Homeless Man Victim Of Knock-Out Game Attack
2014/10/22 4:23:10 - Missouri Officer Charged In $37,000 Theft
2014/10/22 4:19:06 - Man Arrested For Rape At Hospital Where Victim Being Treated
2014/10/22 4:10:43 - Trenton Resident Arrested On Probation Violation Charge
2014/10/22 4:00:45 - Area Students To Receive American FFA Degree
2014/10/22 3:54:25 - Missouri Community Betterment Awards Presented At Banquet
2014/10/21 10:53:20 - Missouri Chomps Listless Florida, 42-13
2014/10/21 10:51:08 - Local Dream Factory Organization Raises 7 Thousand Dollars
2014/10/21 10:50:28 - KC Chiefs Grab Huge AFC West Win In San Diego
2014/10/21 10:50:00 - For First Time Since '85, World Series Returns To Kansas City
2014/10/21 10:46:38 - Firefighters Respond To RV Fire In Trenton
2014/10/21 10:43:58 - Two Jamesport Teens Injured In Saturday Wreck
2014/10/21 10:40:52 - Personal Body Cameras For Trenton Police Department Topic Of Open Line
2014/10/21 10:35:17 - Wright Memorial Hospital To Hold Sale At Old Hospital
2014/10/21 8:50:00 - Trenton Rallies For Win #2 At Concordia
2014/10/21 8:36:22 - State Champion Jefferson Eagles Have Four All-Staters
2014/10/21 8:20:56 - HDC Champion Winston Places Four Boys On First Team
2014/10/21 8:03:04 - Grand River Co-Champion Gallatin Bulldogs Place Three On Softball First Team
2014/10/21 7:48:21 - Trenton Lady Bulldogs Receive Six All-District Selections
2014/10/21 7:36:49 - Class 2 Quarterfinalist Brookfield Receives Postseason Awards
2014/10/21 4:36:33 - Airbag Defect Spurs Recall Of 4.7 Million Vehicles
2014/10/21 4:25:36 - Dish Loses 7 Channels In Contract Dispute With Turner Broadcasting
2014/10/21 4:20:59 - Survey Prompts Complaints By Missouri Parents
2014/10/21 4:15:49 - 13 Injured In Missouri School Bus Collision
2014/10/21 4:12:44 - State Sen. Nasheed Arrested At Protest In Ferguson
2014/10/21 4:02:26 - Democrats Love Seeing Minimum Wage On The Ballot



Bookmark this article at these sites

                   

Events Today
Listen to KTTN-FM