Missouri – The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) has announced they have highway maintenance and construction activities scheduled across North Missouri for the week of February 12–18. This announcement aims to provide information to travelers so they can plan their routes accordingly.
Scheduled Activities Across Missouri Counties
- In Andrew County, travelers can expect ditching work along Interstate 229 southbound near the 12.2-mile marker, scheduled from February 13–16.
- Repair works are planned for Atchison County roads, with pothole repairs stretching from the Nodaway County line to Route M on February 13. More pothole patching will continue along U.S. Route 136 to the Brownville Bridge through February 13–14 and on I-29 from mile marker 116 to 110 on February 15–16. Route 46 isn’t left out, with fixes from the Nodaway County line to Route EE planned for February 16.
- Buchanan County’s Interstate 29 will undergo permit/utility work southbound between mile markers 48.4 and 47.6 starting February 12. Additionally, Route A will see maintenance at the bridge over I-229, requiring a lane closure with temporary traffic signals from February 13–16. The I-229 off-ramp to Route A will also be closed for maintenance during these dates.
- In Clinton County, Route H will be closed for a bridge replacement project expected to last until November 2024. Route BB and the off-ramp from southbound I-35 to Route BB will be closed for bridge repairs from February 14–16.
- Gentry County’s Route YY will be closed for the Bear Creek Bridge replacement project, anticipated to last until April 2024.
- Livingston County informs of the indefinite closure of Route D at the Rattlesnake Creek Bridge due to deterioration, with replacement work scheduled to start in April 2024.
- Mercer County will see closures for culvert replacements on Route M, Route E, and Route A between February 13 and 15.
- Pothole patching is planned on U.S. Route 71 and Route 46 on February 14 and 15 in Nodaway County.
MoDOT warns that inclement weather may affect these schedules, advising travelers to stay informed of potential changes. These operations not only address immediate roadway concerns but also contribute to the long-term sustainability and safety of Missouri’s transportation infrastructure. For more information on these projects and more, travelers and residents are encouraged to visit MoDOT’s official website.