Maintenance Buildings located in: Fulton, Mokane, and Williamsburg
Westbound Missouri River Bridge Maintenance Project
The project involves painting and performing general maintenance repairs on the westbound bridge that carries Route 54/63 over the Missouri River in Cole/Callaway counties near Jefferson City.
For more information and to sign up to receive weekly e-mail updates on the project, visit http://www.modot.org/central/MORiverBridgeJC.htm or call 1-888-275-6636.
Helpful Link: Westbound Missouri River Bridge Maintenance Project
MoDOT plans to paint and perform deck repairs to the westbound Route 54 Bridge over the Missouri River in Jefferson City. The project is scheduled to begin Spring of 2016.
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Route FF/Old Highway 40 and U.S. 54 Improvements
MoDOT is planning to improve the intersection at Route FF/Old Highway 40 and U.S. 54. Also included in the project is the construction of a new roadway to the North Callaway School in Callaway County. More specifically, the project involves adding a traffic signal and turn lanes at the intersection of Route FF/Old Highway 40 and U.S. 54. A new roadway will be constructed to the east of U.S. 54 that connects County Road 148 to Old Highway 40. The existing connection of County Road 148 to U.S. 54 will be removed. An acceleration lane will be constructed just north of the existing U.S. 54/County Road 48 connection to allow eastbound traffic onto U.S. 54 from the county road.
Callaway County Connector - Environmental Assessment
The Missouri Department of Transportation's Environmental Assessment evaluates strategies and proposes the identified preferred strategy to improve transportation safety and access in Callaway County. The Callaway County Connector study area is located in Callaway County, Missouri, and is an assessment of the existing roadway system and alternative routes for reaching Route 54 from within the study area.
Online Public Meeting, Jan. 15-Jan. 25
Callaway County Connector Environmental Assessment, December, 2012
Architect Survey 2011
Public Meeting Information, June 4, 2009
Route 94 Auxvasse Creek Bridge Improvements
The Missouri Department of Transportation will improve the Auxvasse Creek bridge, located three miles east fo Route C on Route 94 in Callaway County. The bridge's deck and beams will be replaced, and work is scheduled to take place starting Sept. 19, 2011.
Lehman Construction, LLC of California, Mo. was awarded the contract for the work. The bridge is part of MoDOT's Safe & Sound Bridge Improvement Program.
Bridge Improvements to Begin for Auxvasse Creek Bridge on Route 94 in Callaway County (News Release, Sept. 6, 2011)
Construction Contract Awarded for Auxvasse Creek Bridge on Route 94 in Callaway County (News Release, Jan. 12, 2011)
Business Route 54 and Second Street Intersection in Fulton
The Missouri Department of Transportation realigned the intersection of Business Route 54 and Second Street in Fulton and constructed a roundabout. The Stinson Creek Bridge on Business Route 54 and the Stinson Creek Bridge on Second Street were removed and replaced with one box culvert. The work cost $1.7 million.
Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Program (pdf, 353 KB, Dec. 17, 2010)
Ribbon Cutting Scheduled for Business Route 54 and Second Street Roundabout (News Release, Dec. 14, 2010)
Roundabout Project Added to State Transportation Improvement Program (News Release, Nov. 4, 2009)
Sept. 1 Public Hearing Documents
Public Hearing on Sept. 1, 2009 (News Release, Aug. 7, 2009)
I-70 Improvement Study
The I-70 Improvement Study is an effort by the Missouri Department of Transportation to determine how to improve the safety and efficiency of travel on 199 miles of Interstate 70 between Kansas City and St. Louis, Missouri. The study identified widening and reconstructing the existing I-70 as the preferred approach to improving the corridor. It also considered the location and configuration of improvements to be made.
In September 2007, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced Interstate 70 through Missouri as one of six interstates nationwide included in its “Corridors of the Future” program to look at innovative ways to reduce congestion and improve freight delivery.
The program calls for the Interstate 70 corridor through Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio to add four dedicated truck lanes. Missouri will receive $2 million to supplement the existing I-70 study to consider the truck lanes concept.
MoDOT Hosts Public Hearings for Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement
MoDOT Hosting Online Public Meeting on Truck-Only Lanes Concept for I-70
Sept. 2007 News Release -- MoDOT to Conduct Supplemental "Truck Lanes Only" Study for I-70
Click here to look at the Improve I-70 Web site.