Clark Avenue Overpass to Require Additional Repairs
The Clark Avenue bridge over U.S. Route 50/63 in Jefferson City will need more extensive repairs than anticipated.
Work to put a new driving surface on the bridge has revealed the concrete on the structure, which is 56 years old, is more deteriorated than expected and will require more extensive repairs than planned. (MORE)
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Pavement Repairs Set for I-70 in Boone, Cooper and Callaway Counties
About 60 miles of pavement on Interstate 70 in Boone, Callaway, and Cooper counties is slated for repairs beginning Monday, Oct. 24.
Weather permitting, the patching work will take place from 7:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. Mondays through Thursdays, with the possibility of work occurring on Fridays, until mid-November. Only one lane of I-70 will be closed at any time.
Work will begin the week of Oct. 24 on the 30-mile stretch of westbound I-70 that runs from the Cooper County line to Boone County near Midway. The repairs will continue the week of Oct. 31 in Boone County in various east and westbound lanes from just outside Columbia at the 121.2-mile marker to the 139.8-mile marker in Callaway County. (MORE)
Light at the End of the Tunnel: Missouri River Bridge To Open Nov. 14
There’s some good news on the horizon for Missouri River Bridge commuters: the westbound Route 54/63 bridge in Jefferson City will reopen on Nov. 14.
The bridge, which has been closed since May 1 for painting and other repairs, was expected to open to traffic by the end of August, but unforeseen structural work kept that from happening.
More specifically, the blasting process used to remove the old paint on the bridge revealed a larger number of deteriorated rivets needing to be replaced, so MoDOT extended its contract with Saffo, Inc., to repair the rivets and perform other structural repairs. (MORE)
Tools Available to Help Bridge Commuters
MoDOT offers a
a variety of tools to help bridge commuters stay informed. (MORE)
Westbound Missouri River Bridge Maintenance Webpage
Innovative Safety Treatment to Begin on Route 54 Improvement Project
Improvements to U.S. Route 54 in Callaway County will include the application of an innovative treatment designed to provide motorists with more traction in rain, ice or snow.
The application, called High Friction Surface Treatment, will take place in the westbound lanes of Route 54 Monday, Oct. 10 and Tuesday, Oct. 11 from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. each day, just north of I-70 in Kingdom City. One westbound lane will be closed during the work. Work may progress faster than scheduled or could be delayed, depending upon weather conditions.
Route A Bridges in Camden County to Get New Decks
MoDOT is holding an online public meeting to share information about an upcoming project that will replace the decks on two bridges located on Route A in Camden County. Information about the project, which will replace the decks on the Dry Auglaize Creek and Conns Creek bridges, is available for comment at
http://www.modot.org/central/CamdenRouteABridges.htm. The Dry Auglaize Creek bridge is located nine miles east of Linn Creek, and the Conns Creek Bridge is located two miles north of Richland. Both bridges were built in 1967. (MORE)
Camden Route A Bridges website