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Holt County bridge project delayed

(KLZA)-- Demolition of the U.S. Route 159 over Interstate 29 near Mound City scheduled to begin next week has been delayed.

Contractors form Boone Construction Company is now scheduled to begin the project on Tuesday, February 25.  

A new deck will be put on the existing bridge over the Interstate.  U.S. Route 159 will be closed to all traffic.  Motorists will be able to access I-29 on and off ramps from U.S. Route 159.  

Interstate 29 traffic will also be impacted February 26 and 27 with the closure of all lanes of the interstate for safety during the removal of the old bridge deck.   No traffic will be allowed under the bridge  I-29 traffic will be directed up and over the ramps at U.S. Route 159.  During the 24-hour period, U.S. 159 traffic will not be able to access I-29 ramps.  

The closure is expected to last through the end of May.  

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