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Road Work : MoDOT Announces Road Work For This Week
Posted by Randy on 2013/7/22 5:30:00 (298 reads) News by the same author

The Missouri Department Of Transportation once again will be busy this week in North Missouri with roadwork. There are quite a few roadways in North Missouri that will be closed. Here is a list of planned road repairs.

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Caldwell County-

Route A - Pavement repair, July 22 - 24
Various routes - Drainage work, July 22 - 26
Various routes - Sign operations, July 22 - 26
Various routes - Spraying, July 22 - 26


Daviess County-

Route 190 - CLOSED from Route RA to Route P; culvert replacement, July 22, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Various routes - Drainage work, July 22 - 26
Various routes - Sign operations, July 22 - 26

Route KK - At the Interstate 35 overpass; bridge deck repair, July 22 - 26. One lane will remain closed from 7 a.m. on July 22, until 3 p.m. on July 26. Traffic will be managed at the overpass by traffic signals. (Includes a 12-foot width restriction.)

Grundy County-

Route C - At the Weldon Fork of the Grand River near Spickard; bridge maintenance, July 22 - 26 (lane closure will be in place 24 hours per day through the end of July)
Route A - Pothole patching, July 22 - 26
Route WW - Pothole patching, July 22 - 26
Various routes - Sign operations, July 22 - 26
Various routes - Drainage work, July 22 - 26
Various routes - Spraying, July 22 - 26


Harrison County -

Route U - Pothole patching, July 22 - 23
Route W - From Route M to Route F; sealing, July 22 - 23
Route W - CLOSED 750 feet north of 237th Street; culvert replacement, July 23, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
I-35 - Northbound from mile marker 109 north of Eagleville to mile marker 114 near the Iowa state line; pavement repair, July 23
Route T - CLOSED approximately one mile south of Route UU; culvert replacement, July 24, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m
Route KK - Sealing, July 24
I-35 - Southbound from mile marker 114 near the Iowa state line to mile marker 106 near Eagleville; pavement repair, July 24 - 26
Route D - From Route 46 to Route M; pothole patching, July 24 - 26
Route P - Pothole patching, July 25


Linn County-

Route B - CLOSED at the Locust Creek Bridge, until further notice

Route 129 - From U.S. Hwy 36 to Route 11; shoulder work, July 22 - 26
Various routes - Sign operations, July 22 - 26
Various routes - Mowing, July 22 - 26
Various routes - Spraying, July 22 - 26


Livingston County-

Route V - At the railroad bridge in Chillicothe near Broadway and Polk; grading, July 22 - 26
Route KK - Pothole patching, July 22 - 24
Various routes - Mowing, July 22 - 26
Various routes - Drainage work, July 25 - 26


Mercer County-

U.S. Hwy 136 - At the Grand River Overflow Bridge one-half mile west of Princeton; bridge deck repair, July 22 - 26. One lane will remain closed from 7 a.m. on July 22, until 3 p.m. on July 26.

Various routes - Sign operations, July 22 - 26
Various routes - Mowing, July 22 - 26


Putnam County-

Route K - Pothole patching, July 22 - 26
Various routes - Drainage work, July 22 - 26
Various routes - Sign operations, July 22 - 26
Various routes - Spraying, July 22 - 26
Various routes - Pothole patching, July 22 - 26


Sullivan County-

Route V - CLOSED from Sunrise Road and Glacier Drive; culvert replacement, July 22, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Route K - From Route EE to Route E; pothole patching, July 22 - 24
Various routes - Sign operations, July 22 - 26
Route V - CLOSED from Glacier Drive to Table Road; culvert replacement, July 23, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Route FF - CLOSED from Indian Drive to Pack Road; culvert replacement, July 25, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Route H - CLOSED from Indigo Drive to Indian Drive; culvert replacement, July 26, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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