The Missouri Department of Transportation is giving motorists in the lake area a heads-up about a couple bridge rehab projects scheduled to get underway in the near future.
Starting next week in Miller County, guardrail installation and replacing the deck for the Route-C bridge over Deanne Creek, near Brumley, will begin. That project will take about three months to complete.
Crews will also begin to replace the deck of the Route-D bridge over Minnow Creek, southwest of Camdenton in Camden County. A start date for that project has not been announced.
Both bridge rehab projects are included in the governor’s $351-million Focus on Bridges program.