What: Drivers can expect delays and lane closings on I-44 at Mile Marker 103 in Marshfield

When: 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Today (Monday), November 16, 2020

Traffic Impacts:

  • East and westbound lane closings on I-44 at Mile Marker 103 in Marshfield
  • One lane of traffic will be open at all times in the area where crews are working
  • I-44 speed limit reduced to 60 mph
  • Crews and equipment close to traffic in areas
  • Motorists can expect significant traffic delays through the work zone
  • Drivers urged to find alternate routes
  • Electronic message boards located near the planned road work will alert drivers to any changes in the work scheduled

Why: Contractor crews will remove the temporary road striping and restripe I-44

(Weather or construction delays could alter the work schedule.)

Project Summary:

  • Interchange:
    • Build a new bridge to take Webster County Route CC over I-44 at Mile Marker 103
    • Relocate Webster County Route CC at Rifle Range Road to intersect with I-44
    • Build interchange ramps so drivers safely exit and enter I-44 at Webster County Route CC
    • Build roundabouts at either end of interchange to connect with Brinkley Road/I-44 outer road on the west and Marshall Road/Route CC on the east
    • Prime Contractor: H.R. Quadri Contractors, LLC of Van Buren
    • Completion Date: June 2021. However, the interchange will be open to traffic by December 31, 2020.
    • Total Project Cost: $16.4 million
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