MODOT Construction Week Of June 10th

Resurfacing planned for several routes in Nodaway County
MARYVILLE, Mo – The installation of the Clear Creek wind farm project will soon take place through portions of Nodaway County. Before the work begins, Mortensen, the contractor installing the Clear Creek wind farm, has contracted with Herzog Contracting Corp. of St. Joseph to resurface and realign portions of the roads which will be utilized during construction of the wind farm.

Beginning Monday, June 10, crews will resurface Route FF between just north of 110th Street and Route B. Route FF should take approximately five working days to complete. After Route FF, they’ll move to Route JJ for approximately seven days, then to Route FF/B (between Hallmark Road and Imperial Road) for three days. The entire resurfacing and realignment process, including shoulders and pavement marking, should be complete in early July.

During that time, the crew may close portions of each roadway. They will work closely with local residents to ensure access to homes along these routes. All work is weather dependent and schedules may change.

For more information on this project call 1-888-ASK-MODOT (888-275-6636) or visit www.modot.org/northwest and view the online Traveler Information Map.

Nodaway County

Route H – CLOSED for a culvert replacement from 390th Street to 400th Street, June 10 – 11. Route H will be closed overnight and should reopen by 3 p.m. on June 11.

Route 148 – Resurfacing project from the Iowa state line to U.S. Route 71 near Maryville, June 10 – 14. A 12-foot width restriction is in place.

Route FF – CLOSED for a resurfacing project from 110th Road to Route JJ, June 12, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Route V – Shoulder work from Icon Road to Hawk Road, June 12

Route O – Drainage work in the city limits of Ravenwood, June 13

Route P – Drainage work and culvert repair in the city limits of Clyde, June 14

Andrew County

Route O – CLOSED at the Platte River Bridge for a bridge replacement project. The bridge will be closed through the end of September. More info: https://www.modot.org/route-o-platte-river-bridge-replacement

Interstate 29 – Bridge deck replacement at the Nodaway River Bridge, June 10 – 16

Atchison County

Route CC – CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE due to a damaged culvert under the roadway.

Route J – CLOSED at the Tarkio River Bridge for a bridge replacement project through the end of August. More info: https://www.modot.org/atchison-route-j-tarkio-river-bridge-replacement

U.S. Route 136 – Pavement repair at the I-29 overpass. U.S. Route 136 will be narrowed to one lane with traffic signals to direct motorist through the project. The lane closures and traffic signals will remain in place overnight, June 10 – 11.

I-29 – Pavement repair at the Mill Creek Bridge (mile marker 102.2), June 11 – 12. I-29 will be narrowed to one lane each direction with a 12-foot width restriction. This includes overnight lane closures.

Gentry County

Route C – CLOSED for a culvert replacement from 235th Road to 230th Road, June 10, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Route EE – Pothole patching 1 mile north of Route T, June 11

Holt County

Route T – Open to one lane only until further notice at Mill Bluff Road due to roadway damage. Use caution.

Route B – Pothole patching from Route 120 to Route H, June 10

I-29 – Pavement repairs at the bridge over U.S. Route 59 at the north Oregon exit (Exit 75), June 10 – 15

I-29 – Guardrail work, southbound only, between Exit 75 and Exit 67, June 10 – 15

I-29 – Bridge deck replacement at the Nodaway River Bridge, June 10 – 16

Route H – Pothole patching, June 11

Route D – CLOSED for a culvert replacement from Route 113 to Route HH, June 12, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Route T – Pothole patching from Route O to Route 111, June 12

Worth County

Route YY – CLOSED until further notice at the Middle Fork of the Grand River after a regularly scheduled inspection revealed critical deterioration to the structure. The bridge is currently scheduled for replacement in fiscal year 2021. More info: https://www.modot.org/worth-county-route-yy-bridge-replacement-over-middle-fork-grand-river.