Counties Impacted
Callaway
Project Status
In Progress

Fulton Business Route 54 Improvement Project Milestones

In Progress
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) pedestrian/sidewalk upgrades

Includes sidewalk improvements and ADA upgrade work along Business Route 54 in Fulton from Route H to Route 54 on the north side of the city. Motorists can expect to encounter lane closures on Business Route 54 during daytime hours as the work progresses. Estimated completion: December 2018.

Delayed
Business Route 54 & Silver Drive (Route 54 West Outer Road) Resurfacing
From Callaway County Route H to U.S. Route 54 on the north side of Fulton & Silver Drive (Route 54 West Outer Road)
  •  Resurfacing on Business Route 54 has been halted due to cold weather. Contractors will resume resurfacing in the spring of 2019.

Project Overview:

The $3.7 million project is a partnership between the Missouri Department of Transportation and the City of Fulton. The project includes resurfacing of Business Route 54 from Callaway County Route H to U.S. Route 54 on the north side of Fulton, as well as sidewalk and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) pedestrian upgrades along Business Route 54. The improvement work also includes resurfacing Silver Drive (Route 54 West Outer Road).

Traffic Impacts:
  • During the ADA pedestrian/sidewalk upgrades, motorists can expect  single lane closures along Business Route 54 during daytime hours as work progresses until December. Some private and commercial entrances will require partial closures.
  • Resurfacing has been halted due to cold weather. Contractors will resume resurfacing in the spring of 2019.

Cost:

The total cost is approximately $2.8 million.

Why is this work necessary?

The resurfacing of Business Route 54 is necessary to keep the pavement in good condition. The improved pavement will provide a smoother, safer surface with better traction for motorists. The sidewalk improvements are needed to bring sidewalks and intersections along Business Route 54 into compliance with the federal Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. These improvements will provide safer access for all pedestrians and especially those with disabilities.