Here is a list of some road projects from around the Heartland. Drivers are reminded to always slow down and use caution while driving through work zones.
Southbound Route 67 will be reduced to one lane while MoDOT crews perform pavement repairs. This section of road is located between Route C and Route 160. Weather permitting, crews will be working on Tuesday, Sept. 19 and Thursday, Sept. 21 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
Bollinger/Cape Girardeau Counties
Route N will be reduced with a 10-foot width restriction while contractor crews perform pull paving. This section of road is located between Route 51 and Route 25. Weather permitting, crews will be working on Monday, Sept. 11 through Friday, Sept. 29 from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
North and Southbound Route 67 in Butler and Wayne County will have various one-mile closures for pavement striping. This section of roadway is located from County Road 521 to Route EE. Weather permitting, work will take place Tuesday, Sept. 5 through Tuesday, Oct. 31 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
Cape Girardeau County
Weather permitting, Greensferry Road between Hope Street and Crites Drive in Jackson will be limited to local traffic only beginning at 6 a.m. and lasting through 6 p.m. every weekday between September 13 and October 5 with periodic full road closures during these dates. Crews are working to install new water mains that are part of Jackson’s Water System Facility Plan Implementation Project, Group 1B.
MoDOT plans to replace bridges on Rte. V and Rte. KK. The Rte. V project involves replacing the bridge over Little Indian Creek, located 1.8 miles south of the intersection of Routes V and 177 east of Fruitland, Mo. The Route KK project involves replacing the bridge over Little Apple Creek, located .8 miles west of the intersection of Routes V and I-55 near Friedheim, Mo. The Rte. V project is expected to be let in February 2018 and the Rte. KK project is expected to be let in May 2018. Construction could begin as early as summer 2018. As construction is underway, Rte. V and Rte. KK will be closed to through traffic in the vicinity of the bridges.
Route 61 will be closed as contractor crews replace a bridge. This bridge is located over Poor Creek between County Road 506 and Achillea Lane in Old Appleton, Mo. Work will take place Tuesday, Sept. 5 through Saturday, Nov. 18, weather permitting. During the closure, southbound traffic will detour to Route KK to southbound I-55 Exit 111 to Route E to Route 61. Northbound traffic will detour to Route E to northbound I-55 Exit 119 to Route 61.
Cape County Park South will be temporarily closed for construction of a new playground. You can click here for more information.
Route C in Mississippi County will be closed as contractor crews replace a bridge. The bridge is located between Route B and County Road 405. Work will take place Monday, Sept. 11 through Sunday, Dec. 3, weather permitting.
Route C will be closed as contractor crews replace a bridge. The bridge is located between Route B and County Road 405. Work will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 5 through Sunday, Dec. 3, weather permitting.
New Madrid County
Route U in New Madrid County will be closed as MoDOT crews perform bridge replacement. This section of roadway is located from County Road 725 to County Road 731. Weather permitting, work will take place Tuesday, July 21 and will re-open Friday, Sept. 22.
Route H in Perry County will be reduced with a 10-foot width restriction as contractor crews resurface and add shoulders to the roadway. This section of roadway is located from Route 61 to Route 51. Weather permitting, work will take place Monday, Aug. 14 through Sunday, Oct. 15 from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. daily.
Route 21 in Reynolds County will be reduced to one lane with a 12-foot width restriction as contractor crews perform pavement repairs. This section of roadway is located from 2nd Street to County Road 348. Weather permitting, work will take place from Monday, Aug. 7 through Wednesday, Nov. 1 from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
Southbound I-55 in Scott County will be reduced to one lane as the MoDOT crews perform bridge maintenance. This bridge is located at MM 89. Weather permitting, work will be performed Monday, Sep. 25 from 7:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Route A in Scott County will be closed as contractor crews perform bridge replacement. This section of roadway is located between County Road 236 and Route 61. Weather permitting, work will start Tuesday, Aug. 8 at 6 a.m. and re-open Tuesday, Oct. 17.
MoDOT announced work to construct the Scott City interchange will start on Monday, July 17, weather permitting. As construction is underway, the Route PP overpass bridge over Interstate 55 will be closed. The Route PP overpass will be replaced with a wider, three-lane bridge to accommodate turning movements for the new interchange. The project includes constructing a new roadway from Route 61 at Kelso to the overpass bridge. Completion is anticipated in January 2019, weather permitting.
The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission is planning to replace two bridges located on Routes O and U. The Route O project includes replacing the bridge over a drainage ditch located 2.7 miles north of Route 62 and the Route U project includes replacing the bridge over St. John's Ditch located 1.6 miles east of Route 61. Letting for both is anticipated in January 2018. Construction could begin as early as summer 2018. As construction is underway, Routes O and U will be closed to through traffic in the vicinity of the bridges. Maps, plans and other information prepared by MoDOT will be available for public inspection and copying at MoDOT's Sikeston District office, 2675 N. Main Street.
Improvements to the Interstate 55/57/US 60 cloverleaf interchange in Sikeston will start on Monday, June 5, weather permitting. The interchange is located at mile marker 66. While work is underway, drivers should anticipate various lane and ramp closures. The ramp from southbound I-55 onto northbound I-57 will be closed with a signed detour available. The ramp is expected to reopen on Monday, Aug. 7, weather permitting. The ramp from southbound I-57 to southbound I-55 will also be closed, with a signed detour available. The ramp is expected to reopen on Monday, Oct. 2, weather permitting. Lane closures will be in place. Southbound I-55 will be reduced to one lane with an 11-foot width restriction from mile marker 66.4 to mile marker 60. In addition, westbound U.S. 60/southbound I-57 and eastbound U.S. 60/northbound I-57 will be reduced to one lane with a 14-foot width restriction below the overpass. Completion date is anticipated by Monday, Oct. 2, weather permitting.
Route V in Stoddard County will be reduced to one lane as MoDOT crews perform pavement repairs. This section of roadway is located between Route K to Route C. Weather permitting, work will take place Tuesday, Sept. 19 from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Route J will be closed while contractor crews replace a bridge. This bridge is located between County Road 249 and County Road 410. Weather permitting, the bridge will be closed starting on Monday, Sept. 18 and will reopen on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018.
The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission is planning to replace three bridges located on Routes PK and N in Stoddard County, Missouri. The Route P project includes replacing the bridge over Drainage Ditch No. 34, located 2.5 miles south of Route Y. Letting is anticipated in November 2017. The Route K project includes replacing the bridge over Wolf Creek, located 1 mile west of Route BB. Letting is anticipated in February 2018. The Route N project includes replacing the bridge over Drainage Ditch No. 30, located 0.8 miles south of Route Y. Letting is anticipated in February 2018. Construction could begin as early as summer 2018. As construction is underway, Routes PK and N will be closed to through traffic in the vicinity of the bridges.
St. Francois County
Southbound U.S. 67 will be reduced with a 12-foot width restriction as contractor crews perform bridge repairs. This bridge is located just south of Berry Road over the Big River. Weather permitting, crews will be working on Monday, Sept. 11 through Friday, Oct. 6 from 5 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.
Ste. Genevieve/St. Francois counties
Route Y in Ste. Genevieve and St. Francois Counties will be reduced to one lane with a 10-foot width restriction as Missouri Department of Transportation crews perform pull paving. This section of roadway is located from Route 61 to Route D. Weather permitting, work will take place Monday, Sept. 18 through Friday, Sept. 22 from 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
The outer road from Route 34 to northbound 67 will be closed while contractor crews perform bridge maintenance. This section of road is located near Silva. Weather permitting, crews will be working on Monday, Aug. 28 and will reopen on Saturday, Oct. 31.
Route 49 in Wayne County will be reduced as contractor crews perform bridge replacement. This section of roadway is located south of Route CC over McKenzie Creek. Weather permitting, shoulder work will begin Tuesday, May 30 at 6 a.m. Once a temporary bypass is built the road will be reduced to one lane with signals. Work will continue until Sunday, Oct. 1.
There will be a lane reduction on IL route 14 just east of Benton, Illinois beginning Monday, Aug. 28. Work crews will begin constructing a concrete pavement over an existing box culvert. Minor delays are expected.
The Rend Lake Rest areas on north and southbound I-57 will be closed beginning on Wednesday, May 31 at 2 p.m. for extensive remodeling. They are expected to reopen in the fall of 2017.
The Illinois Department of Transportation would like to alert motorist traveling I-57 in Jefferson County of upcoming lane reductions. Beginning Tuesday, September 5, I-57 northbound and southbound in Jefferson County at milepost 89.2, the bridge over Dodds Creek, will be reduced to one lane in both directions. This lane reduction is expected to last until November, weather permitting. There will be a lane with restriction of 14’9” throughout the construction zone. Motorist should reduce speed, be alert to equipment and workers and use extreme caution when traveling through this area.
IDOT is alerting drivers to an upcoming lane closure starting on Thursday, Sept. 7. About 3.1 miles of Illinois 13 from Harrisburg to Lindale Road in Saline County will be reduced to one lane in both directions. This closure is necessary for patching and resurfacing of the road. This closure is anticipated to last until Oct. 20, weather permitting. Minor delays are expected.
According to IDOT, starting on Monday, Sept. 18, traffic on IL 13 at various locations between west of Division Street and west of IL 148, will be reduced to one lane in both eastbound and westbound directions. Work is expected to be finished by Thursday, Sept. 21, weather permitting.
Beginning at 7 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 11, northbound I-57 will be reduced to one lane from four miles north of the IL 148 interchange to Old IL 13 in Marion. Due to the high volume of traffic on this section of roadway, major delays should be expected between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. Drivers should also be aware that incidents causing delays can occur at any time. Crews will be removing the existing surface, fracturing the existing concrete pavement to create the new base and placing new hot mix asphalt pavement and shoulders This phase of work is expected to last through Nov. 15. IL 148 and IL 37 have been marked as detour routes for through traffic.
Beginning July 18 at 7 a.m., Main Street at the intersection of Illinois 13 in Crainville will be closed to all traffic. This closure affects access to Main Street on the north and south side of Illinois 13. There will be no access from Plaza Drive to Main Street. Plaza Drive will remain open via Division Street and the frontage road system.
KYTC started the next phase of work along the new U.S. 641 construction corridor. With the completion of base cement stabilization on grade and drain work for the new U.S. 641, the next round of work will begin with placement of base material and base layers of asphalt for a two-lane driving surface. Placement of the base layers along the 6 miles of new highway in the fall is aimed at preventing erosion during the winter months. It will also allow paving of the driving surface and construction of connections to the existing roads to move ahead during the 2017 construction season. Starting on Thursday, drivers should also be alert for trucks hauling gravel and asphalt along existing U.S. 641 as well as along county roads that connect to the new U.S. 641 construction corridor. Initially, much of the truck traffic is expected to access the construction corridor via Crane Cemetery Road. Work on diversions for the construction of connecting points along existing U.S. 641/Marion-Princeton Road at mile point 4.05 in Caldwell County and mile point 5.7 in Crittenden County near the Coleman Road intersection will start as soon as utilities are moved out of the work zone. While the original design included construction of grade and drain for a four-lane highway running from Marion through southern Crittenden County to near Fredonia in Caldwell County, the new road is being completed as a two-lane "Super Two" highway as a cost-saving measure. The target Completion date is July 1, 2018.
A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has started micro-surfacing along a section of the Julian Carroll-Purchase Parkway through Fulton, Hickman, and Graves Counties. Micro-surfacing along the Purchase Parkway runs from mile point 1.78 near the US 51 Interchange at Fulton extending northward to the 21-mile marker near Mayfield, a distance of 19.2 miles. Motorists should be alert for one lane traffic during daylight hours anytime weather allows. Work zones will generally be set up in short sections. Motorists should be alert for equipment, flaggers, and construction personnel along the roadway in close proximity to traffic flow. Micro-surfacing is a process that uses asphalt, fine aggregate, emulsion, and cement to seal the roadway driving surface and improve traction. It helps to extend the life of the asphalt driving surface at a cost below traditional paving. It is a specialized industrial-strength version of the asphalt sealing process commonly used to extend the life of driveways. MISSOURI PETROLEUM PRODUCTS COMPANY, LLC, is the prime contractor on this $2,988,596 highway improvement project. The target Completion date is Sept. 30, 2017.
The KYTC plans to close a section of KY 348/Symsonia Highway in Graves County on Thursday, September 14, 2017. KY 348/Symsonia Highway will be closed at mile point 3.8 in Graves County to allow a cross drain to be replaced. This is along KY 348 near the intersection with Symsonia Road between Symsonia and the Graves-Marshall County Line. The roadway at this site is expected to close at approximately 8 a.m., CDT, on Thursday. KY 348 is expected to reopen to traffic around 3:30 p.m., on Thursday.
KYTC crews planned to add a 13-foot width restriction for southbound traffic at the Julian Carroll-Purchase Parkway/US 45 Exit 21 interchange at Mayfield, starting on Friday, July 22. The work zone was from about the Purchase Parkway 17 mile marker to about the 23-mile marker and includes a 13-foot maximum load width restriction for southbound traffic from mile point 21.63 to mile point 21.25. This southbound load with restriction is along the Exit 21 ramp that carries through-traffic from Mayfield to southward along the Purchase Parkway toward Fulton and the Kentucky-Tennessee state line. The 13-foot maximum load width restriction is due to the addition of barrier walls to allow work to widen this ramp. The work zone includes a 55-mile-per-hour work zone speed limit with an enhanced enforcement presence. The ramp has a 45-mile-per-hour work zone speed limit. It has a target Completion date of July 1, 2018.
A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans to restrict eastbound traffic to one lane along Interstate 24 at the 30 mile marker starting Tuesday, Sept. 19. Traffic will be restricted to allow a continuation of joint repairs on the bridge deck. Initially, all traffic will move to the left-hand or passing lane in this eastbound work zone. After about three weeks the contractor plans a traffic shift to facilitate additional work at the site. This eastbound lane restriction is expected to be in place for about four to eight weeks. Motorists should use appropriate caution where equipment, flaggers, and construction personnel are along the roadway in close proximity to traffic flow.
A contractor is planning a traffic shift with a 14 ft. load width restriction for mainline traffic at the Julian Carroll-Purchase Parkway/KY 348 Exit 43 Interchange at Benton. The contractor plans to establish two-way traffic with a 14 ft load width restriction running on the southbound lanes of the Purchase Parkway to allow crews to work on the northbound side. Once the traffic shift is completed, the contractor plans to remove the concrete bases of the old toll booths along the median area and increasing clearance under the KY 348 Overpass within the interchange to comply with Federal Standards for Interstate 69. Motorists traveling the main line of the Purchase Parkway should be prepared to encounter slowing and merging traffic as they approach the Exit 43 Interchange at Benton. The Purchase Parkway/KY 348 Exit 43 Interchange is at Purchase Parkway mile point 42.555 and KY 348 mile point 7.439 at the west edge of Benton in Marshall County. The new design is a modern diamond interchange that provides additional space for acceleration and deceleration of traffic entering and leaving the main line of the 4-lane parkway. Traffic has been running on base courses of asphalt during the winter months. Once this work along the main line of the Parkway is completed, the contractor will finish out the new ramps. As a reminder, work zones along the Purchase Parkway at the I-24 Exit 25 Interchange at Calvert City and at the US 45-Bypass Exit 21 Interchange in Mayfield continue to be active. Both of those projects, also aimed at allowing I-69 to be extended southward along the parkway in the future, have a July 1, 2018, target Completion date.
KYTC closed a ramp in the Interstate 24/Purchase Parkway Exit 25 Interchange in Marshall County starting Monday, July 24. The NORTHBOUND Purchase Parkway RAMP to I-24 EASTB97HD (Purchase Parkway Exit 52-A Ramp) will be closed to traffic. Northbound parkway traffic seeking to travel east on I-24 will follow a marked detour to US 62 at Calvert City, then east on US 62 to connect with the I-24 eastbound lanes via the US 62 Calvert City Exit 27 interchange. This closure of the NORTHBOUND Purchase Parkway RAMP to Interstate 24 eastbound lanes is to allow earth work to finish out the connection for the new Interstate 69 northbound ramp to I-24 westbound and to US 62 in Calvert City. This closure of the NORTHBOUND Purchase Parkway RAMP to I-24 eastbound is expected to be in place for about 2 to 3 months. This construction corridor has a high level of ongoing construction activity. Appropriate caution is required. The new I-24/I-69 interchange at Calvert City has a target Completion date of July 1, 2018.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has closed a section of KY 731/North 32nd Street in Paducah starting on Thursday, September 14. KY 731/North 32nd Street is closed to through traffic due to deteriorization of a drainage structure at mile point 1.37. This closure is along KY 731/North 32nd Street between Lorine Lane and Spring Street. This closure will be in place until further notice while engineers determine if they can develop a repair plan for the structure or if it will have to be replaced.
A contractor will begin the milling of several streets in Paducah to prepare them for resurfacing. Paving will commence after the milling with paving expected to begin Tuesday, Sept. 5. The work will take approximately three weeks to finish, weather-permitting. The streets and areas that will be affected are as follows: Highland Boulevard, Elmdale Road from Highland Boulevard to Interstate-24 overpass, Friedman Lane from Pines Road to US60/Hinkleville Drive, Circle Lake Drive, North 3rd Street from Harrison Street to Executive Boulevard, Executive Boulevard from the floodwall to North 4th Street, North 4th Street from Executive Boulevard to the floodwall, South 6th Street from Kentucky Avenue to Ohio Street, North 9th Street from Martin Luther King Junior Drive to Harrison Street, Harrison Street from North 9th Street to North 10th Street, Broadway from 9th Street to 13th Street, North 14th Street from Broadway to Northview Street (milling only), Northview Street from North 14th Street to North 10th Street (milling only). The North 14th Street and Northview Street projects will not be paved until 2018. The milling will occur this year. A water main replacement project by Paducah Water is the reason for the delay in paving these two streets. During the street resurfacing work, crews expect to keep one lane of traffic open. However, for the safety of the crews, drivers are urged to find an alternate route. Please use caution, and watch for the work crews and traffic control devices. During this construction period, please avoid parking curbside on the affected streets that typically allow curbside parking.
A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has closed the south end of Andrew Calhoun Road in Trigg County as part of ongoing reconstruction of the US 68/KY 80 corridor. Andrew Calhoun Road in Trigg County provided a connection from Apostle James Road to existing US 68/KY 80 at mile point 13.234. This closure of Andrew Calhoun Road to facilitate construction of the New US 68/KY 80 Corridor is permanent. Residents along Andrew Calhoun Road and Apostile James Road will have access to the north via Airport Road from the KY 1489/Blue Springs Road end. While the need for this closure was discussed during a number of public meetings leading up to the US 68/KY 80 reconstruction project, the contractor had not informed KYTC engineers of the closing date. This closure of Andrew Calhoun Road at the New US 68/KY 80 construction corridor is permanent due to the incline required to reach the elevation of the new roadway at the connecting point. Rogers Group is the prime contractor on this $54 million highway improvement project in western Trigg County. The project is about 25% complete. It has a November 30, 2019, target Completion date.
A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet shifted traffic along the US 68/KY 80 construction corridor at the east edge of Cadiz in Trigg County starting early the week of Sunday, April 23. As part of the construction of two additional lanes along US 68/KY 80 around Cadiz, the contractor plans a traffic shift immediately west of the US 68 intersection with US 68-Business at the east edge of Cadiz. This intersection is at US 68 mile point 20.745 and US 68-Business mile point 4.519. As part of this traffic shift, two-way traffic will be established on the westbound lanes. Moving traffic off the eastbound lanes will allow dirt work for construction of new eastbound lanes at the site. Once traffic is shifted, traffic is expected to run in this temporary configuration for about 6 to 8 weeks until the required grade and drain work is completed. Appropriate caution is required where equipment, flaggers, and construction personnel are along the roadway in close proximity to traffic flow. The contractor also anticipates ramping up work on a new bridge for the eastbound lanes of US 68 over Little River at mile point 19.1. The project started in May 2015 and is about 35 percent complete. The target Completion date for this section is Nov. 30, 2019.
A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans to make the first concrete pour on the deck of the New 68/KY 80 Lake Barkley Bridge at Canton on Tuesday, June 6. The bridge is located at US 68 mile point 8.596 in Trigg County at the eastern entrance to Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area. The new bridge is at Cumberland River navigational mile point 63.1, is just downstream from the existing US 68/KY 80 Lake Barkley Bridge at Canton. PCL Civil Construction of Denver is the prime contractor on the $128.3 million project to construct a new Lake Barkley Bridge. The new bridge is expected to be ready for 2-lane traffic sometime in the spring of 2018 with finish work on the new bridge continuing through 2018.
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