We start in Chariton County where crews continue work on the Stanley Lake Bridge on 139. That remains closed and work is scheduled to be completed sometime in June. Also in Chariton maintenance work on the Muscle Fork Bridge will be carried out today through Friday, this work zone includes a 12-foot width restriction for vehicles.
In Daviess Co. crews on I-35 from Route C to Highway 69 will be conducting pavement repair today through Friday with a 16 foot vehicle width restriction. Also on I-35 near the Harrison County line to near Pattonsburg crews will perform pothole patching all week long. Plus on I-35 from Route BB to Highway 69 in Clinton County crews will be flushing bridges all week long.
Moving to DeKalb Co. where crews will be flushing bridges on Highway 36 from Stewartsville to I-35 all week long. Also in DeKalb Co. on Routes J, N, Y, and K crews will be pothole patching all week; and on Route 33 in DeKalb, inside Lathrop city limits, crews will conduct drainage work Monday through Friday.
In Grundy Co. crews will conduct an inspection of the Thompson River Bridge on Route 6 on Tuesday.
In Linn Co. Route B remains closed at the Locust Creek Bridge for replacement until this May. Also in Linn Co. crews on Highway 36 from the Laclede city limits to the Marceline city limits will perform pavement repair Monday through Thursday with a 15-foot vehicle width restriction. And on Highway 36 from Route 130 to Route 139 pavement repair will be done Thursday through Friday.
Work in Livingston Co. includes Route K. Where from Route V to Highview Street in Chula crews will be doing drainage work all week long
And in all counties including Caldwell, Carroll, and Sullivan crews will conduct brush cutting, shoulder work, pothole patching, sign operations and drainage work throughout the week.
Weather conditions may cause postponements in planned work schedules. Other construction or maintenance work may occur on other roadways throughout the area. Many projects will include lane closures and delays can be expected. MoDOT reminds the public to buckle up, slow down, and drive with extreme caution through work zones.
For a complete look at road work across Missouri log onto the MoDOT Website.