Here’s a look at the road work taking place this week.

MODOT Says there will be ongoing lane closures and detours on Highway 54 as construction continues on the new interchange at W. Crews will be stopping traffic periodically throughout the week.

Resurfacing and shoulder widening remains ongoing for U Road between Highway 42 and 17 as well as W between Y Road and Highway 5.

Roadway Chip sealing starts today on Route 64A and on various roadways within Bennett Spring State Park.

Both Route C over Deane Creek south of Rollins Creek Road and Route U over Tavern Creek west of Crocker remain closed through the month of August for bridge repair.

 

Road Work for Mid-Missouri
July 20-24, 2020

All Counties

Daylight Hours

Mowing and striping operations are underway in various locations.  Motorists should travel with care and be alert to slow-moving equipment along the road.

 

Laclede County

Overnight Hours
Interstate 44 between the Webster County Line and the Pulaski County Line – Roadway resurfacing and guardrail work in the eastbound and westbound lanes continues through November. Westbound entrance and exit ramps at Route MM and Route 5 will be closed Friday, July 17 and Saturday, July 18 between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m.

 

Daylight Hours

Route 32 between Route 5 and the Dallas County line – Chip sealing to extend roadway surface life.

 Route 64 between Route 5 and Route 64A – Chip sealing to extend roadway surface life.

 

Miller County

Daylight/Overnight Hours

Route 54 at Route W – Interchange construction continues until December 2021. Temporary bypasses are in place in the eastbound and westbound lanes. Temporary traffic stoppages are possible the week of July 20.

Route 54 between Route AA and Stadium Boulevard in Cole County – Pavement and safety improvements, including guardrail and guard cable installation, continue through November.

 Route C over Deane Creek, south of Rollins Creek Road – Bridge deck replacement. The road is closed through late August.

 

Daylight Hours

Route U between Route 42 and Route 17 in Pulaski County – Resurfacing, culvert pipe installation and shoulder widening continues through November.

Route W between Route Y and Route 5 in Morgan County – Resurfacing, box culvert modification and shoulder widening continues through November.

 

 

Moniteau County
Daylight/Overnight Hours

Route CC over Burris Fork, south of Walking Acres Road – Bridge replacement. The road is closed through August.

 Daylight Hours
Route 87 between Business Route 50 and Little Moniteau Road – Pavement patching.

 

Morgan County
Daylight Hours

Route W between Route 5 and Route Y in Miller County – Resurfacing, box culvert modification and shoulder widening continues through November.

 

Pulaski County

Daylight/Overnight Hours

Route U over Tavern Creek, west of Crocker – Bridge widening. The bridge is closed until early August.

 

Daylight Hours

Route U between Route 17 and Route 42 in Miller County – Resurfacing, culvert pipe installation and shoulder widening continues through November.

 

Chip Seal Operations to Begin in Bennett Spring State Park

 

LACLEDE/DALLAS COUNTY – As part of a larger project to extend the life and driving surface of several roadways around and within one of Missouri’s busiest state parks, the next round of chip seal operations will begin next week in Laclede and Dallas Counties.

A contractor working for the Missouri Department of Transportation is expected to begin chip sealing Route 64A on Monday, July 22. That same day, crews will begin the process on various roadways within Bennett Spring State Park in partnership with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.

Chip seal operations provide a new driving surface that improves traction, seals cracks, and prevents water from penetrating the roadway. All at one-third the cost of a conventional asphalt overlay.

Delays are possible while these work zones are in place. Flaggers and pilot cars will guide motorists through the work zones. MoDOT says drivers should stay focused on the road, obey all traffic signs and give plenty of room to workers.

The project is expected to be completed by the end of August. The contractor has already completed operations on Routes 64 and 32.

This work is weather permitting and could be delayed.

 

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