Roadway Realignment Project Begins on Missouri Route 3 in Randolph County
HANNIBAL – Weather permitting, February 12, contractor crews will be on site to begin construction on Missouri Route 3 in Randolph County, approximately two miles south of U.S. Route 24, to realign the roadway after a significant slide in the area resulted in unstable soil conditions, necessitating the closure since 2021.
“Locating suitable soil for the repair required realigning the roadway, shifting it to the west 15’- 30’ as well as lowering it 10-15’,” explained Missouri Department of Transportation Area Engineer Emily Edgar.
The $2,670,937 contract was awarded last fall to Emery Sapp & Sons, Inc. of Columbia, Missouri. “This project will realign 3,100 feet of roadway between County Road 2130 and Sweet Spring Creek in Randolph County. The roadway will remain closed at the project site during construction with all work scheduled to be completed by Fall 2024,” stated Edgar.
Work with us in the work zone! Please remember to obey all work zone signs and personnel. With an increased number of highway work zones in Missouri, we urge all drivers to pay attention every second while driving, especially through a work zone. Know before you go, be informed of your route by checking the MoDOT Traveler Information Map for traffic impacts, work zones and road conditions.
For more information on this and other projects in your area, please contact MoDOT’s Customer Center toll-free at 1-888-ASK MODOT (275-6636). You can also visit us online at www.modot.mo.gov/northeast.
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