UPDATE: As of 11:15 a.m. Friday, May 15

Route D in Randolph County is now open to traffic after after flash flooding, according to an 11 a.m. MoDOT update.
However, some routes in northeast Missouri are still closed. They include Route E at Bear Creek in Adair County and Route D in Randolph county at Sweet Spring Creek, south of Route 24 near Huntsville.

MACON – Due to the rain received overnight, some routes are experiencing flooding. The routes below are currently closed.


  • Route E – closed at Bear Creek


  • Route D – closed at Sweet Spring Creek


  • Route E – closed near Rothville


  • Route M closed at Lick Fork


  • Route D closed at Sni-A-Bar


  • Route C closed at West Yellow Creek


  • Route 23 closed at Blackwater River

Obey all signs and turn around and use a different route. To stay up-to-date on these and other traffic impacts, you can visit the Traveler Information Map at http://traveler.modot.org/map/.