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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Transportation is seeking public input regarding a planned bridge rehabilitation project on the Carroll County Route M Grand River Bridge, east of Bosworth. The project, currently in the design stage, would include preventive maintenance to the bridge’s driving surface as well as repairs to its supporting structures.

The 1,620-foot-long bridge, which carries approximately 300 vehicles per day, was built in 1983, making it nearly 40 old. The measures included in the project will help to extend the bridge’s usable life.

This project is currently scheduled to go out for contractor bids as part of MoDOT’s December 2022 letting, with construction expected during the 2023 construction season. The road will close during the project. At this time, a signed detour is not planned.

Anyone wishing to comment on the project may do so by Tuesday, Sept. 20, in the following ways:

  1. Online:
  2. E-mail:
  3. Mail (postmarked by Sept. 20):

Carroll County Route M Grand River Bridge Project

Missouri Department of Transportation

3602 North Belt Highway

St. Joseph, MO 64506

MoDOT is committed to providing equal access for all participants. If you need a reasonable accommodation, please contact MoDOT Customer Service at 888 ASK MODOT (1-888-275-6636) by Tuesday, Sept. 13.

For more information about this and other MoDOT projects in your area, sign up online for work zone updates, visit to view the online Traveler Information Map, or call 888-ASK-MODOT (275-6636). In addition, MoDOT provides updated information via social media.

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