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MoDOT/Southwest Road Report for Monday, Dec. 30

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MoDOT/Southwest Road Report for Monday, Dec. 30

(Bad weather will postpone the scheduled work)

Barry County

* No traffic impact

Barton County

* No traffic impact

Bates County

* Route 18: One-lane traffic in areas between Drexel and Adrian. Trimming trees.

Benton County

* No traffic impact

Cedar County

* Route 39: One-lane traffic south of Stockton. Repairing roadway edges.

Christian County

* Route 60: One-lane traffic near Billings. Sealing pavement.

Dade County

* No traffic impact

Dallas County

* Route PP: One-lane traffic near Branch. Trimming trees.

* Route 64: One-lane traffic in areas between Plad and Bennett Springs. Trimming trees.

Greene County

* I-44: One westbound lane closed in areas west of Springfield. Mile Markers 63-66. Repairing guard cable.

* Route 125: One-lane traffic north of Strafford. Building shoulders.

Henry County

* No traffic impact

Hickory County

* No traffic impact

Jasper County

* I-44: One westbound lane closed near Joplin. Mile Markers 11-12. Repairing guard cable.

* I-44: One westbound lane closed east of Joplin. Mile Marker 17. Repairing guard cable.

Lawrence County

* I-44: One eastbound lane closed at Route H near Mount Vernon. Mile Marker 44. Bridge work.

* I-44: One westbound lane closed in areas west of Mount Vernon. Mile Markers 36-41. Repairing guard cable.

* I-44: One westbound lane closed east of Mount Vernon. Mile Marker 47. Repairing guard cable.

* Route 96: One-lane traffic over Johnson Creek west of Halltown. Bridge work.

* Route P: One-lane traffic near Verona. Installing drain pipes.

McDonald County

* I-44: One westbound lane closed in areas west of Joplin. Mile Markers 1-6. Repairing guard cable.

Newton County

* Route K: One-lane traffic east of Racine. Sealing pavement.

Polk County

* No traffic impact

St. Clair County

* No traffic impact

Stone County

* No traffic impact

Taney County

* No traffic impact

Vernon County

* No traffic impact

Webster County

* No traffic impact

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