With 2013 well underway, the Lake of the Ozarks region is expecting renovations, expansions, and constructions within the Camden, Miller, Morgan and Pulaski Counties. Bob Lynch, MoDOT Area Engineer, constructed a list of renovations occurring throughout the lake area for 2013.
Rte. 5 Camden County - Hurricane Deck Bridge - 32.3 million - Construction of a new bridge to include 2-12' lanes and 2-7' shoulders. Located just east of downstream from the existing bridge. New bridge to open by end of 2013.
Rte. 5 Morgan and Camden County - Roadway resurfacing project from Rte. 52 in Versailles south to just north of the Niangua Bridge. The project will include construction of a 4' paved shoulder for both sides of the roadway. Completion by the end of 2013.
Rte. 54 Camden County - Roadway resurfacing project from the intersection of Bus. 5 in Camdenton west to the Niangua Bridge.
Rte. 5 Camden County - Construction of a center turn lane, 4' paved shoulder and roadway resurfacing. This project is a cost share project with the City of Sunrise Beach and is approximately 1 mile in length from south of Lk. Rd. 5-36 to north of Lk. Rd. 5-31. Project will be let late fall of 2013, with construction to occur in spring of 2014.
Osage Beach Parkway - Partial roadway resurfacing of various sections of the Parkway from Rte. 42 east to Lake Ozark.
Rte. 54 Miller County - West Bound Osage River Bridge - Complete bridge deck resurfacing to include full depth pavement repairs.
Rte. 42 Miller County - Construction of a 2' or 3' paved shoulder from Iberia to Osage Beach. Project is complete from Iberia to 5 miles east of Osage Beach. The 5-mile section remaining will be complete in Spring of 2013.
Rte. 17 Miller County/Pulaski County - Roadway resurfacing and
construction of a 2' paved shoulder from I-44 to Rte. 52 in Tuscumbia.
Rte. 52 Miller County - Roadway resurfacing and construction of a 3' paved shoulder from Rte. 17 in Tuscumbia to Rte. 54.