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Road Work : Culvert replacements to result in road closures
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/30 10:50:07 (321 reads) News by the same author

The Missouri Department of Transportation plans several culvert replacements this week across Sullivan County, which will result in road closures. Route C, between Route CC and Third Street, east of Milan, will be closed today (Tuesday) from 8 o'clock until 3 o'clock.

Highway 129 in Sullivan County will be closed in Penville, between Harris Road and Juniper, on FRIDAY morning between 8 o'clock and 11:30. Sullivan County Route FF will be closed on Friday from 8 to 2 o'clock, between Pack Road and Indian Drive south of Green Castle. All of these closures are due to culvert replacements.

Although no closure is scheduled, shoulder work is planned along Highway 6 in Sullivan County today (Tuesday) through Friday.

A portion of Livingston County Route D will be closed on Thursday for culvert replacement work. The closure on Route D is between Route DD and Highway 36, on Thursday between 8:00 and 2:30.

Bridge maintenance is scheduled on Highway 36 in LINN County today (Tuesday) through Friday. No closures were announced in connection with this project.

Concrete replacement is scheduled on Interstate 35 south of Cameron today (Tuesday) and Wednesday.

Caldwell County Route A is to have pavement repairs today (Tuesday) at the north and south forks of Mud Creek. That will result in a ten foot width restriction at those locations.

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