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Missouri approves 5-year state highway, bridge plan

Missouri approves 5-year state highway, bridge plan

1 month ago by Scott Hardy

MoDOT plan includes projects in Northeast Missouri

The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission has approved its five-year Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, which includes planned projects in Northeast Missouri.

Over the next five years, the Missouri Department of Transportation plans to tackle nearly 1,900 highway and bridge projects. That includes projects such as spending $1.8 million to resurface 4 miles of US 24 over the next year from US 61 to a half mile north of US 36 near Hannibal. MoDOT also plans to spend $1.2 million dollars next year to resurface 12 miles of Route B in Lewis County from US 61 north of Canton to south of LaGrange at 61. It's also conditionally planning next year to spend $1.8 million to improve 13 miles of pavement on Route H in Ralls County, from US 36 west of Hannibal to Route 19 at Center.

The full list of projects is available below.

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