JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KMIZ)
The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission has approved contracts worth more than $11 million to improve highways in central Missouri.
All projects will begin in 2023. A specific date has not been revealed.
A project will repair 10 miles of roadway on eastbound Interstate 70 in Callaway County. The project — under contract to Emery Sapp and Sons for $2,489,161 — will run from the Route A/Z interchange to the Montgomery County line, according to a news release.
The transportation commission also approved a $4,406,646 contract with Magruder Paving, for resurfacing along CC and AD roads in Callaway County. It will also improve the C, AA, OO, TT and AE routes.
Contracts have been awarded for sealing overlays on:
- Routes U, V and DD in Phelps County.
- Highway 134 and Routes D, H, Y, and AA in Miller and Morgan counties.
- Route 5 in Laclede County.
- Outer Route 54 in Camden County.
Commissioners approved pavement grinding on westbound Interstate 44 near Bourbon in Crawford County and resurfacing projects on BB and MM roads in Laclede County.
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