Area roadwork resumes today after the long Fourth of July holiday period

Area roadwork resumes today after the long Fourth of July holiday period. In Pulaski County, Route W pavement repair is planned today and tomorrow. One lane will be open with crews flagging traffic through the work zone. And, of course, the bridge rehabilitation work continues at exit 161 in St. Robert. The off-ramp is currently closed from eastbound I-44 to Missouri Avenue due to continuing bridge rehabilitation over I-44. The project is scheduled to be completed in December. In Phelps County, pavement repair is planned for today and tomorrow on Route Double-N. One lane will be open with crews flagging traffic through the work zone. Around-the-clock lane closures are continuing from Highway 63 in Rolla to Highway 68 in St. James due to ongoing road resurfacing from Exit 186 to Exit 195. This project is scheduled to be completed in December. In Miller County, pavement repairs are planned on Highways K, Double-K, Double-P, and Double T today and tomorrow. One lane will be open with crews flagging traffic through the work zone. Route C is currently closed at the Brumley Creek Bridge as bridge replacement continues. This project is scheduled to be completed in August. And in Camden County, culvert pipe replacement and pavement repair work are planned today through Saturday on Highway A from Elm Grove Church Road to Richland. Nightly lane closures are planned to continue on Highway 5 from 7 p-m to 6 a-m from Highway 52 to Highway 7 as road resurfacing work continues from the Niangua River Bridge to Highway 52 in Morgan County.