MoDOT scheduled bridge inspections in north Missouri

Bridge Work

Missouri has more than 10,000 bridges across the state and each is part of a program of inspection, repair, and maintenance to keep them in the best condition possible for those who travel Missouri’s highways. In-depth under-bridge inspections are part of that program and the schedule of these inspections for several bridges in Northwest Missouri over the next few weeks has changed. Please see the list below for the most up-to-date schedule.

Crews from the Missouri Department of Transportation may close a single lane on the bridges and ramps listed below as they conduct routine under-bridge inspections. All work is weather permitting and could be rescheduled. Some of these work zones may be moving operations and motorists are advised to be alert for work zone signs and extra equipment on the roadways around these bridges and ramps.

Week of August 8:

  • Carroll County U.S. Route 24 bridge over U.S. Route 65
  • Harrison County Interstate 35 bridges over County Road 120, County Road 245, County Road 200, Route N and Route A (mile marker 112 – 99)

Week of August 15:

  • Atchison County
    • Route J bridge over the Tarkio River
  • Buchanan County
    • I-229 northbound bridge (upper deck) and the ramp from southbound I-229 to eastbound U.S. Route 36
    • Route AC (Riverside Road) bridge over U.S. Route 36
    • Route 752 Bridge over I-229
  • Holt County
    • Bridges over I-29 on U.S. Route 59, Elmwood Road, Beagle Road, Route Y, Greystone Road, and Ironwood Road (mile marker 96 – 69)

Week of August 22

  • Atchison County
    • Bridges over I-29 at 280th Street, Route Z, Route C, Dayton Avenue, Route A, Red Star Road, U.S. Route 136, and Route W (mile marker 99 – 120)

Week of August 29

  • Atchison County U.S. Route 136 bridge over the Missouri River

Week of September 5 (no work on Labor Day)

  • Holt County Route A bridge over the Nodaway River (mile marker 69 – 87)
  • Nodaway County Route M bridge over the Platte River
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