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Hines Street on the South Side
Of Route 60/413 Closed Until Late September

*DISTRICT 8, SPRINGFIELD - Hines Street on the SOUTH side of U.S. 60/Route 413 is closed to traffic until late September, the Missouri Department of Transportation said.

Crews are relocating utility lines, installing new storm drain pipes and widening the intersection as work continues the week of September 13.

Elm Street on the SOUTH side of U.S. 60/Route 413 may be opened to traffic by mid-week. Crews are finishing work on relocating utility lines, installing new storm drain pipes and widening the intersection.

Crews will lay asphalt along the eastbound lanes between Elm Street and West Avenue to widen the pavement. During the work, traffic may be shifted into the center turn-lane.

Side street approaches, business entrances and shoulders will be built up to prepare them for resurfacing mainly on the north side of the highway.

Other work planned will take place AWAY from traffic. Curb and sidewalks will be built in various locations on the north and south sides. Sod will be laid along the north side of the highway between Hines and Elm streets.

Week of September 20

Hines Street on the SOUTH side of the highway will remain closed for another week.

Elm Street on the SOUTH side of the highway should be reopened to traffic.

Crews will build shoulders along the shoulders of Elm and Hines streets north and south of the highway.

Other work planned will take place AWAY from traffic. Crews will build curb and sidewalk in various locations. Sod will be laid in various locations.

Rain will cause delays in the project.

No night work is scheduled for the weeks of September 13 and 20.

Drivers can expect bumps to remain at some city street approaches that have been rebuilt until they can be repaved next spring.

Drivers are urged to slow down through the work zone and watch for cars turning slowly into driveways that may be half closed.

Giving Advance Warning

MoDOT and its contractors will continue to work closely with city officials and businesses and others directly affected when planning the street closings.

Emergency service agencies and dispatchers are being notified when streets are closed so that responders can plan alternate routes, he said.

Background

The prime contractor on the $6.1-million widening project along U.S.60/Route 413 in Republic is Journagan Construction of Springfield. Some sewer and water line work is being done by the City of Republic, a partner with MoDOT on the project.

The project involves adding a lane in each direction and rebuilding city street approaches and driveway entrances between Hines Street and West Avenue, with work continuing into the fall. The highway will be resurfaced through Republic's city limits in the spring of 2005 after the weather warms up.

 

 

 

 

 
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