The Memorial Day Holiday will shorten this week, but road crews still have a number of projects scheduled.

Area engineer Mike McGrath gives a rundown of projects in his district.

Mike McGrath

Crews in Caldwell County will be on Route CC from Route 6 in Daviess Co, to Route 13 inside Hamilton city limits. This is a scratch course and chip seal project through Friday and includes an 11-foot width restriction. Crews will also conduct shoulder repair on Hwy 36 from the Livingston County line to Route 13 through Thursday.

In Carroll Co. a scratch course and chip seal will be done by crews on Route W from Route JJ to Hwy 65 Tuesday through Friday and also carries an 11-foot width restriction. Crews will also do pot hole patching on Routes M from the Chariton Co. line to Highway 65 as well as on Route UU and Route Z from 65 to the Livingston Co. line.

In Chariton Co. Route 139 remains closed at Stanley Lake Bridge through June. Crews will also do drainage work on Route 5 from Hwy 24 to Route V and also on Hwy 24 from Route Y to Route MM through Friday.

In Daviess Co. I-35 southbound from mile marker 68 north of Winston to the DeKalb/Clinton County line, crews will conduct a resurfacing project with a 13-foot width restriction. Also, Route 13, at the Honey Creek Bridge, crews are doing maintenance all week with a 10-foot width restriction and temporary traffic signals.

In Linn County Route B remains closed at the Locust Creek Bridge for replacement through the rest of the month. Crews will also perform shoulder repair on Route M from Route C to Route 11 on Tuesday and pot hole patching on Route M from Route O to Route 11 Tuesday and Wednesday.

And in Livingston Co. various routes will be subject to sealing and patching throughout the week.

Also be on the lookout for mowing patching, and other maintenance crews throughout the state, these are slow moving operations along the side of the road, so be prepared to slow down or stop, especially on hills and curves. A full list of roadwork across Missouri is available at the MoDOT website.