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MoDOT/Southwest Road Report for Friday, Jan. 10 - KOAM TV 7

MoDOT/Southwest Road Report for Friday, Jan. 10

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MoDOT/Southwest Road Report for Friday, Jan. 10

(Bad weather will postpone the scheduled work)

Barry County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Barton County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Bates County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Benton County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Cedar County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Christian County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Dade County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Dallas County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Greene County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Henry County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Hickory County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Jasper County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Lawrence County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

McDonald County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Newton County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Polk County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

St. Clair County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Stone County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Taney County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Vernon County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

Webster County

* Various routes: Short-term lane closings and crews and equipment close to traffic. Filling potholes and repairing and replacing signs.

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