MoDOT Delays Work In Cameron
Date 2013/8/12 10:05:15 | Topic: Road Work
|Scheduled work on two different projects in Cameron has been delayed, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation. |
Due to scheduling issues with other projects in the city of Cameron, projects on Business 36 and U.S. Hwy 69 have been pushed back.
When work begins on Business 36, contractors will resurface a .74 mile section from Ensign Trace Road to U.S. Highway 69 in Cameron. Crews will spend a week patching the roadway, then begin the milling and paving before adding guardrail. Motorists should expect single lane closures with a 10-foot width restriction.
Resurfacing on a 2.47 mile section of U.S. Highway 69 that crosses both DeKalb and Clinton counties has also been delayed. The work will be from Pence Road in Cameron to south of Loop 35. When work begins, crews will mill and then pave the roadway. This project includes 12-foot width restriction.
These projects are part of a $1.65 million award to Ideker, Inc. that also included resurfacing .88 miles of Business Loop 35 from Interstate 35 west to U.S. Highway 69 in Cameron and 6.9 miles of Route 33 in Clinton County. The total length of these overall improvements is 10.99 miles.