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  • Weekly road outlook

  • The following is a listing of general highway maintenance and construction work in the mid-Missouri area for the two-week period of September 16 – September 27, 2013.
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  • The following is a listing of general highway maintenance and construction work in the mid-Missouri area for the two-week period of September 16 – September 27, 2013. Weather conditions may cause postponements in the work schedule. Other construction or maintenance work may occur on other roadways throughout the area. Many projects will include lane closures, and delays can be expected.
    Camden County
    Daylight Hours
    * Route 54 between Old Route 5 and the Niangua Bridge - Roadway resurfacing, widening of shoulders and installation of rumble strips continues. One lane is open through the work area. The project is scheduled for completion in the fall.
    * Route Y between Route 54 and the end of state maintenance - Roadway maintenance will take place Monday, September 16 through Thursday, September 19. One lane will be open, and crews will flag traffic through the work area.
    Miller County
    Daylight Hours
    * Route 52 over Dog Creek, east of Bear School Road – Bridge maintenance will take place Wednesday, September 18 and Thursday, September 19. One lane in each direction will be open through the work area.
    Morgan County
    Daylight Hours
    * Route 50 at the Lamine River Bridge west of Syracuse and Route 50 at the Union Pacific Railroad Bridge west of Syracuse – Bridge deck replacement is nearing completion. Bridge girders will be painted at the Lamine River bridge the week of September 16. One lane will be open while the work is done in this area. Work on the railroad bridge is complete. The entire project is scheduled for completion in the fall.
    Morgan and Camden Counties
    Daylight/Overnight Hours
    * Route 5 between Route 52 and the Niangua Bridge - Roadway resurfacing, widening of shoulders, and installation of rumble strips is under way. The contractor has started building the new 4 foot shoulders between Route 135 and Route TT. One lane will be open, and crews will flag traffic through the work area. The project is scheduled for completion in the fall.
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