Barry County – Drivers can expect one-lane traffic and occasional traffic delays when a project to resurface and widen Missouri Route 76 in Barry County begins the week of April 24, the Missouri Department of Transportation said.
Route 76 will receive a new driving surface and the roadway will be widened to include two-foot wide shoulders with edgeline rumble strips.
The work will take place along a 21-mile stretch of Route 76 between County Road 2182 and a point north of Fifth Street in Cassville and between Missouri Route 112 to Flat Creek Road and the Barry/Stone county line.
Drivers can expect flaggers on the road and pilot cars directing them through the work zone. Drivers should wait for the pilot vehicle before proceeding through the work zone or before entering the work zone from a side road.
Signs and message boards will alert drivers to the work zone.
All lanes of traffic will be open during nighttime hours.
Weather and/or construction delays will alter the work schedule.
- Prime Contractor: Blevins Asphalt Construction Co., Mt. Vernon
- Completion Date: September 1, 2017
- Construction Cost: $2.37 million
For more information, call MoDOT at 417-895-7600 or visit modot.org/southwest.
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