Route A Bridge Over Boer Creek Rehabilitation, near Richland
The Missouri Department of Transportation is providing information on plans to rehabilitate the bridge deck on the Route A bridge over Boer Creek, near Richland. Work will include regrading the stream channel underneath the bridge.
Route A Bridge Over Boer Creek Public Meeting, Nov. 20-30, 2014
The Missouri Department of Transportation is proposing to widen Route 5 to three lanes through Sunrise Beach. The project would extend from Singing Oaks Drive to Jet Ski Drive. The project is a cooperative effort between MoDOT and the Village of Sunrise Beach.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has built a new four-lane highway through the Lake of the Ozarks called the U.S. 54 Expressway, which extends from Business Route 54 in Miller County to Route KK in Camden County.
The first phase, from Business Route 54 to the Grand Glaize Bridge, was completed in fall 2010. The second phase, from the Grand Glaize Bridge to Route KK, is nearing completion.
The new expressway will improve safety and traffic flow through the lake area. Work included grading, drainage, bridges, retaining walls, paving, and utilities. Six interchanges provide access between existing U.S. 54, now known as Osage Beach Parkway, and the new expressway.
Grading work for 2.25 miles from the Grand Glaize Bridge to just east of Nichols Road and 1.5 miles from west of Route KK to the existing highway east of Route Y; bridge construction at Jefferies Road and Case Road; service roadway construction at various locations.
Contractor: Dave Kolb Grading, Inc. of St. Charles, Mo.
History was made on Sept. 7, 2013when state and local officials cut the ribbon on the new Hurricane Deck Bridge during a ceremony held in the center of the new structure. The bridge officially opened to traffic in the late evening on Monday, Sept. 9. The original bridge is now closed and will be prepared for demolition during the remainder of 2013. Final demolition will take place in the spring of 2014.
Click HERE to see time-lapse video and time-lapse pictures of the bridge construction and completion.
Contractors - For more information regarding the bold Alternate Technical Concept process being used during the design of this project, review the documents available in the MoDOT Online Plans Room or contact Project Manager Nicole Hood at 1-888-ASK-MoDOT (275-6636) or Nicole.Hood@modot.mo.gov.
Route 242/Horseshoe Bend Parkway- New Four Lane Highway
The Missouri Department of Transportation will construct a new four-lane highway connecting U.S. Route 54 in Miller County to the Lake of the Ozarks Community Bridge on Route MM in Camden County. The new facility will also connect to the existing Horseshoe Bend Parkway. The roadway project is approximately two miles long and will include a raised center median and curb and gutter drainage. An 8 ft. sidewalk will be constructed on the north side of the roadway. When completed, the new highway will be known as Route 242.
The Missouri Department of Transportation is making safety improvements at the intersections at Route V and Lake Road 54-68. Work will take place during the daytime hours. and is scheduled for completion in late 2010.
Route 5 in Camden and Laclede Counties - Shared Four-LaneHighway
MoDOT is building a "shared four-lane" highway in Camden and Laclede counties to improve safety and traffic flow. This innovative highway design provides 18 miles of continuous, alternating passing lanes between Camdenton and Lebanon, allowing motorists to pass other vehicles without driving in opposing traffic lanes.
Location: From just north of Route 7 near Camdenton to Greenfield Road in Lebanon.
This was the largest grading project in MoDOT history, requiring the excavation of more than seven million cubic yards of soil and rock. The grading work was part of the realignment of nearly seven miles of Route 5, from south of the Niangua Bridge to near Route 7. The realignment also included extensive drainage work and the construction of two interchanges and four bridges.
Location: 1.1 miles north of Lake Road 5-84 to 0.13 miles north of Lake Road 5-112.