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HANNIBAL – Weather permitting, over the next few weeks, Steel City Contractors, LLC of Campbell, Ohio, will be working on a bridge painting project on Route H in Ralls County over the Salt River near Spalding.

Work will be performed during daytime hours. Traffic on Route H will be restricted to one lane with a 12’ width restriction in place and flaggers used for traffic control.

This work is weather dependent and schedules are subject to change. The contract was awarded earlier this year in the amount of $845,250 and includes several bridge painting projects.  See below for details:

  • Pike County, located on U.S. Route 54 over U.S. Route 61, near Bowling Green (in progress). 
  • U.S. Route 24 in Monroe County on the bridge over Middle Fork Salt River near Paris (in progress).

The following projects will be completed in the Spring of 2023:

  • U.S. Route 61 (Northbound) in Ralls County on the bridge over Salt River, just south of Route O, near New London.
  • Route A in Marion County on the bridge over the S. Fabius River
  • Route A in Ralls County on the bridge over the Salt River near New London

For more information on this and other projects in your area, you can visit us online at, or call our customer service number at 1-888 ASK MoDOT (275-6636).

With an increased number of highway work zones in Missouri, it is important all drivers pay attention every second while driving, especially through work zones.  Know before you go and stay informed of traffic impacts on your route by checking the MoDOT Traveler Information Map.  You can also subscribe to counties, various routes or even projects online at Customer Service Signon (  Be sure you and all your passengers are buckled up, and please put the phone down while driving.


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