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Today's Lane Closures for the Northeast Area

It's Work Zone Awareness Week

April 7 - 11

What can YOU do to be safe in a highway work zone?



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MoDOT has the following lane closures scheduled for April 24, 2014. Traffic control in the form of signs, protective trucks and/or flaggers will be in place at the locations listed.  You may also refer to the Traveler Information Map for road conditions and work zones.

 

Macon County

  • US 36 – April 11 – May 17 eastbound lanes closed as work is performed 7 days a week; traffic will be impacted 24 hours a day. US 36 Eastbound and Westbound traffic will be head to head on westbound lanes with an 11 foot width restriction between Kellogg Avenue and Route K just east of Macon for emergency pavement repairs on the eastbound lanes.

Marion County

  • Route B - April 23-24 road closed 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day for surface repairs at the BNSF railroad crossing located near BASF between Route JJ and Marion County Road 411 at the community of Huiskamp.

Montgomery County

  • Route E - April 24 road closed 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. from Rock Road to Route CC at Gamma for culvert replacement, please use alternate routes during this time.

Ralls County

Warren County

  • I-70 westbound - April 22 -25 one lane traffic from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. cleanup work on drains along the barrier wall in westbound passing lane at various locations from the 201 to the 193 mile marker.

 

All Counties

  • Possible intermittent lane closures or slow moving vehicles blocking driving lane for surface and/or roadside maintenance operations in various locations.





















In 2012 - Did you know?

- Since 2000, 16 MoDOT employees have been killed in the line of duty

- Between 2008 and 2012, 60 people were killed and 3,651 people were injured in Missouri works zones

- 8 people were killed in highway work zones last year, a decrease from 2011 when 11 people were killed

- 623 people were injured in work zones, compared to 712 people in 2011

- Top contributing factors to crashes in work zones include: following too close, inattention, improper lane use or change, failure to yield and driving too fast for conditions

- The best defense in a work zone crash or any crash is a seat belt! In 2012, nearly 71 percent of the 614 vehicle occupant fatalities were not wearing a seat belt.

 

Do's & Don't's

- Slow down and pay attention when driving through a work zone
- Don't text and drive (anytime!)
- Call customer service at 1-888 ASK MODOT (1-888-275-6636)
for any questions about work zones
- Always wear your seat belt!

Learn more at modot.org

 

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