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HANNIBAL – Weather permitting, June 21, contractor crews will start work on a 19.6 mile resurfacing project on Route A in Clark and Lewis counties.  The project will extend from U.S. Route 136 in Clark County to Route E in Williamstown in Lewis County.

Traffic will be reduced to one lane at the location where crews are actively working with flaggers and a pilot car utilized for traffic control to guide traffic through the work zone. Workers will be present during daylight hours. This project is scheduled to be completed by mid-July.

This contract includes two additional resurfacing projects at the following locations:

·       Clark/Scotland County, Route U – Resurface from U.S. Route 136 in Scotland County to Rte. A in Clark County, 1.9 miles south of Wyaconda. The total length of improvement is 15.4 miles.  This project is tentatively scheduled to begin mid-July, upon the completion of Lewis County Route A.

·       Adair/Macon County, Missouri Route 149 – Resurface from Missouri Route 6 to Missouri Route 11 and from Missouri Route 11 to Route J in Goldsberry.  The total length of improvement is 23.4 miles.  Additional details on this project and traffic impacts will be released prior to the start of work.

For the safety of the crews and the traveling public, drivers are reminded to be attentive in work zones and put down your cell phones to eliminate distractions.  Signs and message boards will be in place to alert motorists, as schedule changes occur.  All work is weather dependent and schedules are subject to change.


This contract was awarded last fall to W.L. Miller Company of Hamilton, Illinois in the amount of $4,021,555.

Please remember to obey all work zone signs and personnel.  All work zones are online at, and you can receive the latest news about road work in your area by signing up for e-updates, receiving emails or text messages about road work that’s happening on the roads, projects or counties you want!



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