A dry cool weekend will give way to warmer temperatures as Missouri road crews continue and begin work on projects across the state.
Area engineer Mike McGrath gives a rundown of work in counties along the Missouri River, starting in Saline County.
Many more projects are slated to begin this week including deck repair of the Shoal Creek Bridge on Route D in Caldwell County. That work is slated Monday through Wednesday from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily and there is a ten foot width restriction through that work zone.
In Carroll County crews will be pothole patching Route Z today through Wednesday. Crews will also conduct joint repair on the 65/24 Bridge over Route 10 and the 24 outer-road. That work will be daily through Thursday. Also in Carroll crews will be doing pothole patching on Route J from Highway 65 to the Hale City Limits through Friday.
In Chariton County crews will be patching potholes on routes MM and CC.
For Grundy County crews will patch potholes on Route Y through Friday and also on Route U from Route F to Route A in Livingston County throughout the week.
In Linn County shoulder work will be conducted on Highway 36 from the Macon County line to Route U all week. Also in Linn crews will begin an overlay project on Route 129 from Route 11 to Highway 36 near Bucklin and includes the rail crossing a half mile north of the Bucklin City Limits; this work zone will also carry a ten foot width restriction.
And in Livingston County crews will do shoulder work on Route 190 from 65 to Route A, pothole patching on Route U from A to Route F, plus crews will work on Route V at Broadway and Polk Street in Chillicothe all week.
In all counties, crews will be mowing, clearing brush, spraying and doing drainage and signage work so be on the lookout for MoDOT workers and vehicles on the shoulders.
For a complete run down of projects throughout Missouri, log onto the MoDOT website.