The MoDOT Traveler Information map is a real time interactive tool for Missouri motorists with information on construction, delays, accidents and more information to help travelers arrive safely and on time.

The MoDOT Traveler Information map is a real time interactive tool for Missouri motorists with information on construction, delays, accidents and more information to help travelers arrive safely and on time.

This last week of January holds a light schedule of projects, but plenty of maintenance work.

Caldwell County

  • U.S. Route 36 – Westbound at NE Sunset Road; slope repair, Jan. 28 – 29

Carroll County

  • Route 41 – CLOSED at the Wakenda Chute Bridge; bridge maintenance, Jan 25 – 29, 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily

Chariton County

  • U.S. Route 24 – Pothole patching, Jan. 25 – 29
  • Route 5 – From Route V to Route E; pothole patching, Jan. 25 – 29 

Daviess County

  • Interstate 35 – From Route T to Route AA/H; shoulder work, Jan. 25 – 29

Harrison County

  • I-35 – Northbound from mile marker 87 to mile marker 92 in Bethany; milling rumble strips, Jan. 25 – 29
  • I-35 – Southbound from mile marker 106 near Eagleville to mile marker 97; pothole patching, Jan. 25 – 29

Holt County

  • I-29 – Southbound at the Nodaway River Bridge; bridge maintenance, Jan. 25 – 27. Includes a 13-foot width restriction.

Linn County

  • U.S. Route 36 – From Route 139 to the Macon County line; pothole patching, Jan. 25 – 29

Nodaway County

  • Route 46 – CLOSED at Hawk Road; culvert replacement and drainage work, Jan 27 – 29, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. Access to Hawk Road will be closed during this time.

Below are links to each individual district’s work schedule.

Northwest District’s Schedule

Central District’s Schedule

Kansas City District’s Schedule

Northeast District’s Schedule

Be ready to slow or get over for moving operations, and be ready for snow and ice covered roadways during winter driving throughout Missouri.

You can also plan ahead with the Traveler Information Map and find a full roadwork schedule at the MoDOT Website.