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Highway 159 work in Holt County MO ceases for winter
11/23/2022

(KLZA)-- A pavement improvement and flood remediation project on Holt County U.S. Route 159 is shutting down for the winter and will resume in early 2023.

The Missouri Department of Transportation has contracted with Phillips Hardy, Inc. to complete the project.

As a flood remediation measure, the contractor has been installing erosion control along the roadsides on U.S. Route 159 from the Missouri River to the Little Tarkio Creek near Fortescue.

The temporary traffic signals which have been guiding motorists through the work zone have been removed. Some shoulder work may continue through early December. A date for all work to resume in 2023, and the temporary traffic signals to be re-installed, has not yet been determined.

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