Road work, closures in southeast MO, southern IL, western KY

Know the road construction projects in your area.

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KBSI) – Check out this list of road work projects in your area before you leave home.

Southeast Missouri

Butler County

Construction of the first phase of the U.S. Route 67/Future I-57 project in Butler County is underway. This work includes upgrading the Route 160/158 interchange south of Poplar Bluff, Missouri. The interchange will be reconfigured with two roundabouts in place of the current loop ramps in the northwest and southeast quadrants. As work continues, Route 160/158 will be reduced to one lane with a 12-foot width restriction, and Route 67 will remain minimally impacted. Motorists should anticipate construction equipment and contractor crews in the area. Additional information detailing impacts to traffic will be released prior to the start of paving. Tentatively, paving is anticipated to begin in 2023. Completion is anticipated Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2023, weather permitting. This phase of the project received funding through Governor Mike Parson’s cost share program.

Work is underway to replace the westbound Business 60 (Pine Street) bridge over the Black River and Union Pacific railroad in Poplar Bluff. Weather permitting, construction began Monday, Aug. 15, with completion anticipated by Saturday, July 15, 2023. During construction, westbound traffic will be shifted to a head-to-head configuration on the eastbound bridge. The head-to-head configuration will allow one lane of traffic in each direction. Riverview Drive and B Street will be closed during construction, and parking will not be allowed underneath the bridge along Riverview Drive. The bridge is included in Gov. Mike Parson’s $351 million Focus on Bridges program, which will repair or replace 250 bridges across the state. The work zone will be marked with signs. Drivers are urged to use extreme caution while traveling near the area.

Cape Girardeau County

Route CC in Cape Girardeau County will be closed as MoDOT crews replace several culverts under the roadway. This section of roadway is located between Route C and County Road 535. Weather permitting, work will take place Monday, Nov. 28 through Friday, Dec. 9 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

Westbound Route 74 in Cape Girardeau County will be reduced to one lane with a 16-foot width restriction as MoDOT crews perform bridge repairs. This section of roadway is located from Fountain Street on onto the Bill Emerson Bridge in Cape Girardeau. Weather permitting, work will take place Monday, Nov. 28 and Tuesday, Nov. 29 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

The City of Jackson’s West Mary Street Bridge and Sidewalk Improvements Project work started Tuesday, September 6. This work will be done utilizing a full road closure. This closure will be from North Union Avenue to North Missouri Street and will only allow traffic for residences within the closed area. A full road closure is necessary due to the type of work being done, the available roadway width, and minimal sight distance in the area. The work is planned to be completed by March of 2023. In July of this year, Putz Construction, LLC, of Millersville, Missouri, was awarded the contract in the amount of $1,643,870.58. Designed by Cochran Engineering, of Union, Missouri, the project consists of removing the old low water crossing and constructing a new elevated bridge structure, together with a pedestrian path, guardrails, water and sewer improvements, sidewalks, and other related improvements. Barricades and closure signs will be deployed in the area to alert motorists of the closure. A signed detour utilizing West Washington Street will be provided. Drivers should plan ahead for this closure by allowing additional travel time and utilizing alternate routes to avoid the area. City officials would like to thank all of the residents, business owners, and citizens for their patience during this event. For more information, contact the Public Works Department at 573-243-2300, visit jacksonmo.org or visit their Facebook page.

West End between Rose and New Madrid in Cape Girardeau will receive two, 12 foot driving lanes, two, 5.5 foot bike lanes, 6 foot sidewalk on the west side and 12 foot parking lane on the east side. Work was expected to start in late July 2022. The project will widen the current street, add sidewalks, and improve stormwater drainage between Rose and Bertling streets. The project will take up to a year to complete. Fronabager Concreters will contact residents regarding any temporary limited access to driveways.

West End between New Madrid and Bertling in Cape Girardeau will receive two, 12 foot driving lanes, bike lane sharrows in the 12 foot driving lane instead of dedicated 5.5 foot bike lanes and 8 foot sidewalk on the west side.

Dunklin County

Following a routine inspection, the Missouri Department of Transportation has closed a bridge on Route J in Dunklin County. The bridge is located between Route JJ and County Road 107, south of Glennonville. The bridge will remain closed until further notice. Drivers are encouraged to seek alternate routes.

Mississippi County

Southbound Interstate 57 in Mississippi County will be reduced to one lane with a 12-foot width restriction as MoDOT crews perform pavement repairs. This section of roadway is located from Exit 10 to Exit 4 near Bertrand. Weather permitting, work will take place Wednesday, Dec. 7 through Friday, Dec. 23 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

Work to rehabilitate the Interstate 55 bridges over Route 62 at Miner kicked off in May with construction on the northbound bridge. Traffic will soon shift as work begins on the southbound bridge. As construction continues, motorists should anticipate head-to-head traffic with a 10-foot width restriction on I-55 from Exit 66B to Exit 69. Route 62 is reduced to two lanes with a 10-foot width restriction from Matthews Lane to North Interstate Drive. The Route 62 ramp onto northbound I-55 is closed. Beginning Friday, Sept. 30, the southbound off ramp/deceleration ramp will be closed at Exit 67, weather permitting. Drivers planning to use this exit should seek alternate routes. Traffic will be shifted to the improved northbound bridge and work will begin on the southbound bridge. Completion is anticipated May 31, 2023, weather permitting.

The Dorena-Hickman Ferry is closed due to low water on the Mississippi River. The ferry ramp was unable to reach the Missouri Landing the morning of Friday, Nov. 25. The river at Cairo was at 12.79 ft. Friday morning, with a forecast for river levels to continue dropping over the next two weeks. When the river gets that low, it becomes difficult for vehicles to load and off-load from the ferry ramp at both landings. It is likely the ferry will remain closed until there is substantial rainfall upstream. The Dorena-Hickman Ferry will attempt to provide timely notice when service is able to resume. The Dorena-Hickman Ferry is temporarily operating on a limited 5-day-a-week schedule. The ferry is operating Thursday through Monday, but will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday until the ferry can hire an additional pilot with a passenger endorsed license.Travelers may check on the ferry’s operating status by calling (731) 693-0210 or by going to the Dorena-Hickman Ferry Facebook page.

New Madrid County

U.S. Route 61 in New Madrid County will be reduced to one lane as MoDOT crews perform drainage repairs. This section of roadway is located from Route 162 to Main Street in Portageville. Weather permitting, work will take place from Tuesday, Nov. 29 through Friday, Dec. 7 from a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

Route H in New Madrid will be closed as contractor crews replace two bridges. This section of roadway is located between Route AE and Oak Drive in Matthews. Anticipated completion is Thursday, December 1. A signed detour will be in place. This bridge is included in Gov. Mike Parson’s $351 million Focus on Bridges program, which will repair or replace 250 bridges across the state.

MoDOT plans to replace two bridges on Route H at Matthews. The bridges are located over Ash Slough Ditch and a drainage ditch. The project began in November 2021. One bridge will be constructed at a time, and contractors will complete the replacement in one location before proceeding to the next. As work is underway, the roadway will be closed in the vicinity of each bridge. A signed detour will be in place. Completion is anticipated by December 2022. Review the project in more detail and share your thoughts at modot.org/newmadridbridges.

MoDOT plans to replace three bridges on Route 162 between Gideon and Portageville. The bridges are located over Drainage Ditches 1, 251 and 62. One bridge will be constructed at a time, and contractors will complete the replacement in one location before proceeding to the next. As work is underway, the roadway will be closed in the vicinity of each bridge. A signed detour will be in place. Completion is anticipated by December 2022. The interested may review the project in more detail and share their thoughts at www.modot.org/newmadridbridges.

Pemiscot County

Construction of five bridges on Route EE in Pemiscot County will continue. The bridges are located over Drainage Ditches 1, 251, 258, 259 and 65 near Peach Orchard. During the first phase of construction, Route EE remained open, and traffic continued to utilize the existing structures over Drainage Ditches 1, 251, 258 and 259. Beginning Thursday, Oct. 6, Route EE will be closed from Route A to County Road 229. This closure is necessary as the new bridges are tied-into the existing pavement and the final bridge over Drainage Ditch 65 is constructed. Completion is anticipated Saturday, Dec. 31. The bridges are part of the Missouri Department of Transportation’s Bootheel Bridge Bundle design-build project, which will improve 17 bridges throughout Southeast Missouri. Completion of the Bootheel Bridge Bundle design-build project is anticipated on or before Dec. 31, 2023. Tap here to view the design-build project website. Four of the bridges are also included in Gov. Mike Parson’s $351 million Focus on Bridges program, which will repair or replace 250 bridges across the state. A total of 13 Focus bridges will be addressed through the Bootheel Bridge Bundle. The work zone will be marked with signs. Drivers are urged to use extreme caution while traveling near the area.

Perry County

Work to rehabilitate the Chester Bridge is underway. The bridge spans the Mississippi River, connecting the cities of Perryville, Missouri and Chester, Illinois via MO Route 51/IL Route 150. The maintenance project includes pavement rehab and some minor structural steel repairs. Route 51 is reduced to one lane with a 10-foot width restriction in the vicinity of the bridge. Temporary signals are in place to guide drivers through the work zone. The width restriction means large equipment is unable to cross the bridge during the rehab project. MoDOT will allow large equipment to pass once during construction. Although the structure is safe for travel, it is in poor condition. The rehab work will help improve the existing bridge as the project team prepares for the Chester Bridge replacement project. Completion of the rehab work is anticipated Thursday, Dec. 1, weather permitting. The work zone will be marked with signs. Drivers are urged to use extreme caution while traveling near the area. Additional details about the Chester Bridge are available at modot.org/chesterbridge.

Reynolds County

MoDOT plans to improve Route K in Reynolds and Iron counties. Improvements will extend from 2.5 miles east of Route 21 near Ellington, Missouri to 1.3 miles west of Route 49 near Annapolis, Missouri. Nine curves will be improved along the project limits. The project includes widening, adding edgeline rumble stripes and adding guardrail to one curve, as well as adding edgeline rumble stripes to eight other curves. Right of way acquisition will only be required at the curve widening location. The project is expected to be let in January 2023, with construction beginning as early as spring 2023. Traffic will continue to use the existing roadway during construction. As the new pavement is tied into the existing pavement, flaggers will be present to guide motorists through the work zone. Completion is anticipated in late 2023. Interested people may review the project in more detail at www.modot.org/routek/reynoldsiron.

Scott County

Southbound Interstate 55 in Scott County will be reduced to one lane as MoDOT crews perform bridge repairs. This section of roadway is located from mile marker 77.6 to mile marker 77.4. Weather permitting, work will take place Tuesday, Nov. 29 and Wednesday, Nov. 30 from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily.

Work to rehabilitate the Interstate 55 bridges over Route 62 at Miner kicked off in May with construction on the northbound bridge. Traffic will soon shift as work begins on the southbound bridge. As construction continues, motorists should anticipate head-to-head traffic with a 10-foot width restriction on I-55 from Exit 66B to Exit 69. Route 62 is reduced to two lanes with a 10-foot width restriction from Matthews Lane to North Interstate Drive. The Route 62 ramp onto northbound I-55 is closed. Beginning Friday, Sept. 30, the southbound off ramp/deceleration ramp will be closed at Exit 67, weather permitting. Motorists planning to use this exit should seek alternate routes. Traffic will be shifted to the improved northbound bridge and work will begin on the southbound bridge. Completion is anticipated May 31, 2023, weather permitting.

Missouri Route M in Scott County will be reduced to one lane with a 10-foot width restriction as contractor crews construct sidewalks and update the existing signals with pedestrian features. This section of roadway is located from Wheeler Street to Crites Street in Scott City, Missouri. A section of Business 61 will also be reduced to one lane from the overpass to the Route M intersection.  Weather permitting, work will take place Monday, July 18 through Thursday, Dec. 1. Flaggers will guide motorists through the work zone as construction is underway. This project is part of the Missouri Department of Transportation’s initiative to bring roadway facilities into compliance with the current standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The work zone will be marked with signs.  Drivers are urged to use extreme caution while traveling near the area.

Work to rehabilitate the Interstate 55 bridges over Route 62 at Miner, Missouri is slated to begin Monday, May 9, weather permitting. As construction is underway, motorists should anticipate head-to-head traffic with a 10-foot width restriction on I-55 from Exit 66B to Exit 69. In addition, Route 62 will be reduced to two lanes with a 10-foot width restriction from Matthews Lane to North Interstate Drive. The Route 62 ramp onto northbound I-55 will be closed during construction. Work to rehabilitate the northbound I-55 bridge will begin Monday, May 9, with completion anticipated Friday, Dec. 2, weather permitting. Work to rehabilitate the southbound I-55 bridge is expected to begin in 2023. The work zone will be marked with signs. Drivers are urged to use extreme caution while traveling near the area.

Wayne County

Route 34 in Wayne County will be reduced to one lane as contractor crews perform guardrail upgrades. This section of roadway is located from the Route 49 in Piedmont, Missouri to County Road 219 near Silva. Weather permitting, work will take place Monday, Oct. 24 through Saturday, Dec. 31 from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

Route 34 in Wayne County will be closed as contractor crews replacement the bridge over the Black River. This section of roadway is located between County Road 453 and County Road 459 near Leeper, Missouri. Weather permitting, work will begin Monday, May 23, with completion anticipated Thursday, December 1. This bridge is included in Gov. Mike Parson’s $351 million Focus on Bridges program, which will repair or replace 250 bridges across the state.

MoDOT plans to replace the Route FF bridge over Rings Creek in Wayne County. The bridge is located south of Patterson. Construction of the Route FF bridge could begin as early as spring 2023, with completion anticipated by fall 2023. As work is underway, the roadway will be closed in the vicinity of the bridge for approximately three months. A signed detour will be in place.

Southern Illinois

Randolph County

Work to rehabilitate the Chester Bridge is underway. The bridge spans the Mississippi River, connecting the cities of Perryville, Missouri and Chester, Illinois via MO Route 51/IL Route 150. The maintenance project includes pavement rehab and some minor structural steel repairs. Currently, Route 51 is reduced to one lane with a 10-foot width restriction in the vicinity of the bridge. Temporary signals are in place to guide drivers through the work zone. The width restriction means large equipment is unable to cross the bridge during the rehab project. Although the structure is safe for travel, it is in poor condition. The rehab work will help improve the existing bridge as the project team prepares for the Chester Bridge replacement project. Completion of the rehab work is anticipated Thursday, Dec. 1, weather permitting. The work zone will be marked with signs. Drivers are urged to use extreme caution while traveling near the area. Additional details about the Chester Bridge are available at modot.org/chesterbridge.

Western Kentucky

Ballard County

KY 310/Turner Landing Road in Ballard County has reopened to traffic. KY 310/Turner Landing Road has been closed since September 28 at mile point 1.25 for the replacement of a large culvert that carries a branch of Humphreys Creek under the roadway. This site is about halfway between U.S. 60 and KY 358/Bandana Road and is immediately west of a similar culvert that was replaced in June. While the roadway has reopened to traffic, drivers should be aware that the excavation has a temporary cap and is marked by Break In Pavement signage. Caution is required. The excavation will be allowed to settle for several months before a paving crew returns to place a permanent asphalt cap over the culvert. KY 310 is open to traffic at this time.

Caldwell County

A contractor will begin the installation of a new turn lane for the Caldwell County Primary School in Caldwell County on KY 91. The project is expected to be complete within 8-10 weeks, weather depending. Drivers are encouraged to reduce their speed and be aware of the work zone.

Calloway County

A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans to close Brandon Road at the U.S. 641 Construction Corridor in southern Calloway County starting Monday, July 11. This closure of Brandon Road is to allow the contractor to complete connections to the approaches for the Brandon Road intersection with New U.S. 641. The tie-in work is expected to take about four or five days to complete. There will be no marked detour. However, residents who normally travel Brandon Road may self-detour via Lauring Drive, E.W. Miller Road, or Phillips Drive. KYTC District 1 will attempt to provide timely notice should Brandon Road reopen to traffic earlier than expected. Construction of the New U.S. 641 from the Clarks River Bridge at the south edge of Murray to the KY-TN State Line at Hazel is approximately 57 percent complete. Construction on this 6 mile new terrain section of 4-lane will have minimal impact on existing U.S. 641 and side roads. Motorists are reminded to avoid driving around or moving construction barricades along the construction corridor. Jim Smith Contracting of Grand Rivers is the prime contractor on this $37.6 million highway improvement project. The target completion date is summer of 2023.

Construction of the New U.S. 641 from the Clarks River Bridge at the south edge of Murray to the KY-TN State Line at Hazel continues. Construction on this 6 mile new terrain section of 4-lane will have minimal impact on existing U.S. 641 and side roads. Drivers are reminded to avoid driving around or moving construction barricades along the construction corridor. Phillips Drive is closed where it crosses the construction zone. Target completion date for the project is summer of 2023.

KYTC has reduced the load limit on a bridge along KY 893/State Line Road East in southeastern Calloway County. KY 893/State Line Road East is restricted to a 3-ton maximum load limit on the McCullough Creek Branch Bridge at mile point 23.486. This is along KY 893 between Mooney Lane and the county section of State Line Road East. The bridge is 4.5 miles east of the Hazel community and just west of where KY 893/New Providence Road connects with KY 893/State Line Road East. The existing 10-ton load limit was reduced to 3-tons on the McCullough Creek Branch Bridge after inspectors found deterioration of the bridge substructure. The 3-ton load limit restricts the bridge to vehicles no heavier than a pickup truck or SUV. Truckers and farmers are asked to take note of this 3-ton load limit and avoid crossing the restricted structure with loads that exceed that limit. KYTC District 1 engineers will evaluate the bridge to determine if it can be repaired or should be replaced. All Kentucky bridges get a detailed safety inspection every two years with long-span river and lake bridges getting an extra walk-through safety check annually. Bridges that have reduced load limits posted are also subject to more frequent inspections.

Crittenden County

A bridge on Chapel Hill Road in Crittenden County that crosses Crooked Creek has been ordered closed by KYTC inspectors. The bridge is along Chapel Hill Road between the Marion City Water Plant entrance and Earl Patmore Road. The Crooked Creek Bridge was ordered closed on Monday, Sept. 19 when an inspector found further deterioration of the bridge substructure. The Crooked Creek Bridge had previously been restricted to a 3-ton load limit. The Crittenden County Road Department posted appropriate signage. The Crittenden County Fiscal Court had already sought bids to reconstruct the bridge and a contractor had started delivering equipment to the site to prepare for repairs to start. Crittenden County Judge-Executive Perry Newcom said the contractor has indicated that weather permitting, the repairs could be completed in about 30 days. Newcom said the repair plan calls for removing beams from the bridge, encasing the steel pilings in concrete, adding wing-walls to protect the bridge from erosion, then replacing the deck beams to allow the bridge to reopen to traffic. The county has applied for KYTC Department of Rural and Municipal Aid emergency funds to assist with 80 percent of the repair cost. A percentage of the statewide aid funds are held in a special account to assist cities and counties with such emergencies.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has reduced the load limit on a bridge along KY 654 in Crittenden County. KY 654 is restricted to a 13-ton maximum load limit on the Mattoon Creek Bridge at mile point 4.176. This is along KY 654 just over 1/10th of a mile east of U.S. 60 at the Mattoon community. The restricted load limit came after an inspection of the bridge found deterioration of the bridge substructure. Truckers and farmers are asked to take note of this 13-ton load limit and avoid crossing the restricted structure with loads that exceed that limit. The load limit is posted on signage at each end of the bridge. KYTC District 1 engineers will evaluate the bridge to determine if it can be repaired or should be replaced. All Kentucky bridges get a detailed safety inspection every two years with long-span river and lake bridges getting an extra walk-through safety check annually. Bridges that have reduced load limits posted are also subject to more frequent inspections.

Reduced Load Limit Posted on Bridges along KY 1917/Wolf Creek Road in eastern Crittenden County. Load limit reduced to 11-tons on two bridges. KYTC has reduced the load limit posting for two bridges along KY 1917/Wolf Creek Road in eastern Crittenden County effective immediately. Following a recent inspection, an order was issued on March 30, 2022, to place additional load limit restrictions at the following locations:

  • KY 1917/Wolf Creek Road at mile point 1.395
    A bridge over a Branch of Wolf Creek (Bridge 028B00059N) is reduced to an 11-ton maximum load limit due to substructure issues
  • KY 1917/Wolf Creek Road at MP 1.57
    A bridge over Wolf Creek (Bridge 028B00060N) is reduced to an 11-ton load limit due to issues with the bridge superstructure
  • KY 1917/Wolf Creek Road connects Providence Road with KY 120 in the Shady Grove area of Crittenden County. Approximately 20 vehicles travel KY 1917 in an average day. KYTC District 1 engineers will review these bridges to determine if they can be repairs or will have to be replaced.

The Claylick Creek Bridge on Mexico Road in Crittenden County has been ordered closed immediately after a regularly scheduled inspection found the bridge substructure had deteriorated. The Claylick Creek Bridge is along Mexico Road (CR 1209) at mile point 4.124 between View Road and Frances Road in western Crittenden County. This is south of the End of State Maintenance on KY 2132. In the closure order, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet engineers noted the bridge was closed based on a review of the condition and weight carrying capacity of the structure. The Crittenden County Road Department has barricaded the bridge. KYTC District 1 engineers will assist the county with further evaluation of the structure to determine if it can be repaired or should be replaced. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is responsible for inspecting all bridges on public roadways in the Commonwealth. All bridges get a detailed inspection every two years, with long-span lake and river bridges getting an extra walk-through inspection annually. Bridges that have load limit restrictions due to structural issues also get more frequent safety evaluations.

Fulton County

KYTC extended a long-term closure of KY 1718/Fourth Street in the City of Fulton to January 15, 2023. KY 1718/Fourth Street is closed between Carr Street and Mears Street in downtown Fulton to allow the Harris Fork Branch Culvert to be replaced at mile point 0.15. This closure is near the Premier Trailer Building/Old Turner Dairy in downtown Fulton. KY 1718 will be open to local traffic only on each side of the worksite. As the KYTC Fulton County Highway Maintenance Crew started efforts to tear out the old culvert in late-October, they discovered a 6-inch water line that ran through the worksite. The City of Fulton ordered materials needed to move the water line. However, the necessary supplies aren’t expected to arrive for 4 to 5 weeks. Construction work to move the water line is expected to take another 3 or more weeks to complete. That prompted KYTC District 1 engineers to extend the project timeline. There is no marked detour. No traffic will be able to travel through this worksite due to the excavation. The target completion date is January 15, 2023.

KYTC has placed a lane restriction and 22-ton load limit on KY 1125 at mile point 1.3 in Fulton County. The KY 1125 Little Bayou de Chien Bridge is restricted to one-lane traffic with a 22-ton maximum load limit after KYTC inspectors determined timber pilings supporting the bridge had deteriorated significantly since their last regularly scheduled safety check. Restricting the bridge to one-lane traffic means only one truck can cross the bridge structure at a time, making it less likely the 22-ton load limit is exceeded. The Little Bayou de Chien Bridge is along KY 1125 near Union Church Road about halfway between KY 94 and KY 166/Middle Road.

KYTC has placed a 3-ton load limit on the KY 1129 Brush Creek Bridge in Fulton County. The Brush Creek Bridge at KY 1129 mile point 7.696 is now restricted to a 3-ton load limit after an inspection found deterioration of the bridge substructure. Signs indicating the new load rating will be erected as soon as possible. The 3-ton load limit restricts the bridge to vehicles no heavier than a passenger vehicle or pickup truck. The Brush Creek Bridge is along KY 1129 between McClellan Road and KY 239. In coming weeks KYTC District 1 engineers will be conducting a further evaluation of the bridge substructure to determine if it can be repaired or should be replaced. On some maps, Brush Creek is listed as Rush Creek at this site.

Graves County

Drivers should be aware of temporary traffic flow changes in Mayfield to accommodate the Mayfield-Graves County Lions Club Christmas Parade on Saturday evening, November 26. The parade route runs southward along KY 121-Business/South 6th Street/Paris Road from Walnut Street. The parade will turn east onto East Douthitt Street where it will end at Mayfield High School. This section of KY 121-Business is expected to be closed to through traffic starting around 4:45 p.m. The parade is expected to start at 5 p.m., and last for approximately one hour. Traffic along this section is expected to resume normal flow by about 7 p.m. Motorists who wish to avoid the parade route should self-detour via side streets or the KY 121 Mayfield Bypass. Trucks should seek an appropriate state route based on the vehicle weight.

Travelers should be alert for one lane traffic with alternating flow controlled by an automated signal at these locations. Some delays are possible during the movement and placement of equipment to facilitate the work. Appropriate caution is required where equipment and construction personnel are along the roadway in close proximity to traffic flow. Work at these two sites is expected to take about 30 days to complete. This is part of a group project that includes additional bridges along KY 97/TN State Line-Bell City Road in Graves County (0.98mm), KY 1748/Dublin -Stubblefield Road in Graves County (1.21mm), and KY 1772/Arlington Road in Hickman County (1.21mm). A specific start date for work at these locations will be provided as the work schedule firms up. Harper Construction Company is the prime contractor on this $782,474 group bridge deck restoration and maintenance project.

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Hickman County

A contractor for KYTC plans to close a section of KY 575 in Hickman County starting Monday, October 3. KY 575 will be paved full-width, with the roadway closed at the paving site. The contractor will maintain local access for property owners on each side of the closure as paving progresses. This project covers the entire length of KY 575 from mile point 0.0 at the KY 58 intersection extending northward to mile point 2.436 at the KY 123 intersection. There will be no marked detour. There will be no through-traffic on KY 575 at the paving site until the work is completed. Full-width paving helps to speed the paving process and provides a smoother ride when the project is completed. Murray Paving, Inc, is the prime contractor on this highway improvement project.

A contractor for KYTC plans paving at various locations along highways in Hickman County starting Sept. 29 and continuing into the next week. This is part of a wide range of spot repairs and maintenance patching in Hickman County. Most of these projects are along short sections of rural secondary highways such as capping recently replaced cross drains or culverts. While these paving locations will be spread across the county, a few specific locations include:

  • KY 123 from mile point 19.563 at KY 808 Extending to mile point 21.78 at the KY 58 intersection
  • KY 703 from U.S. 51 at mile point 0.0 extending to mile point 8.396 at KY 307 along a section where base repairs were completed last year
  • KY 575 from KY 58 at mile point 0.0 extending to KY 123 at mile point 2.436
  • KY 780 from U.S. 51 near the 4mm to mile point 5.288 near the Kaler Road intersection

Drivers should be alert for signage at milled areas prior to the arrival of the paving crew. When paving crews are on-site, motorists should be alert for one lane traffic with alternating flow controlled by flaggers. Some delays are possible during the movement and placement of equipment to facilitate the work. Appropriate caution is required where equipment, flaggers, and maintenance personnel are along the roadway in close proximity to traffic flow.

KYTC has reopened a section of Fairview Avenue at the Harris Fork Branch Culvert in the City of Fulton. The culvert on Fairview Avenue (City Street 2075) between 5th Street and KY 1718/ 6th Street had been closed since January of 2021 following an engineering analysis of culverts statewide. The load-rating study found several culverts, including the Fairview Avenue Harris Fork Branch Culvert, to have insufficient fill for the loads they were carrying. The City of Fulton, the KYTC Fulton County Highway Maintenance Crew, and a contractor started efforts to replace the culvert on April 18. As initial demolition work was starting, engineers concluded that the existing culvert was in better condition than the earlier analysis had indicated. They also determined that many of the issues identified in the earlier study could be corrected by widening the roadway, reinforcing the shoulder area, and filling in a void beneath the roadway surface with concrete. That repair effort was completed this morning, allowing Fairview Avenue to reopen at the site more quickly than expected. Drivers should be aware that the culvert has a temporary gravel cap that will be allowed to settle for several months before a permanent asphalt cap will be applied.

Livingston County

A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans a traffic shift and an traffic diversion near the U.S. 60 Cumberland River Bridge at Smithland starting Friday, October 28. Starting around 10 a.m., Friday, traffic will be shifted and diverted at the east end of the bridge construction zone to allow another round of work on roadway connections to the new bridge. Motorists should be aware of personnel moving traffic barricades and placing signage to facilitate the new traffic pattern. Motorists should be alert for changes in traffic flow the diversion will create in the bridge work zone. Appropriate caution is required where equipment, flaggers, and maintenance personnel are along the roadway in close proximity to traffic flow. This additional work on roadway connecting points is expected to take about one month to complete. There may be additional traffic shifts as the roadway connection work continues. Meanwhile, the contractor is starting prep work that will allow concrete decking to be poured on the new bridge. Placement of concrete decking on the 700 ft. main span of the new structure is expected to take about six to eight months to complete. Jim Smith Contracting of Grand Rivers is the prime contractor on the $63.6 million project to erect the new 1,912 ft. structure immediately downstream from the existing bridge.

U.S. 60 has an active work zone near the 12mm at the north edge of Smithland for construction of the New Cumberland River Bridge. The contractor has ongoing dirt work along the approaches. Flaggers may be present to assist trucks delivering materials and equipment to the worksite. There is a 25 mph speed limit for westbound traffic and a 35 mph speed limit for eastbound traffic. The new $63.6 million bridge under construction immediately downstream from the existing bridge is expected to be ready for traffic in the summer of 2023.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet reports construction of the New U.S. 60 Cumberland River Bridge at Smithland, in Livingston County, continues to run ahead of schedule. Starting Monday, May 19, the contractor will resume roadway work at the U.S. 60/KY 70 intersection on the south approach. There will also be another concrete pour on the main pier on the north bank of the river. According to KYTC District 1 Chief Engineer Kyle Poat, while there were some delays due to floodwaters during the fall and winter, the project appears to be approximately two months ahead of schedule. The 700 ft. steel truss for the main span is nearing completion and is being painted at the Paducah Riverport, where it was assembled.

October-November 2022
Deck Concrete on Span 4

April-June 2023
U.S. 60 highway connections tie-in
Traffic moved to new bridge
Demolition of old bridge

June-August 2023
Final roadway surfacing & finish work
Target completion date Dec. 1, 2023

U.S. 60 has an active work zone near the 12mm at the north edge of Smithland for construction of the New Cumberland River Bridge. Flaggers may be present to assist trucks delivering materials and equipment to the worksite. There is a 25 mph speed limit for westbound traffic and a 35 mph speed limit for eastbound traffic. As part of the bridge project, traffic has been shifted to the new alignment at the KY 70 intersection in the work zone. The target completion date for the new $63.6 million bridge is spring of 2023.

Reconstruction of the U.S. 60/KY 70 intersection in Smithland was expected to ramp up. Some preliminary work has been ongoing for a couple of weeks. Improvements to the intersection are included in the construction of the New U.S. 60 Cumberland River Bridge. The existing U.S. 60/KY 70 Y intersection will be reconstructed into a T intersection that will line up with the Conant Lane intersection. The contractor and KYTC District 1 engineers anticipate being able to pave and move traffic to the new alignment in a few weeks if weather allows. This intersection is at U.S. 60 Livingston County mile point 12.238 and KY 70 mile point 0.0 at the north edge of Smithland. Jim Smith Contracting is the prime contractor on the $63.6 million bridge project. This project is expected to take 40 months to complete. Steel for the main truss of the new bridge is expected to arrive this summer. The 700-foot main span will be assembled off-site, beginning this fall, then floated to the construction site by barge and lifted into place in fall 2022. The construction schedule calls for moving traffic to the new bridge in spring 2023.

Lyon County

A contractor for KYTC has reduced the length of a work zone lane restriction along Interstate 24 westbound in Lyon County. This work zone lane restriction for I-24 westbound traffic now runs from mile point 47.5 to mile point 45.5 in Lyon County, a distance of about two miles. The work zone merge point has moved from about the 50 mile marker to the 47.5 mile point. The contractor is repairing/replacing concrete pavement along the westbound driving lane near the Lake Barkley/Eddy Creek Bridge east of the KY 293 Eddyville-Princeton Exit 45 Interchange. This work zone has had some traffic backups during peak travel periods. Shortening the length of the work zone should decrease the opportunity for traffic delays at this site. Westbound drivers on I-24 should be alert for slowing and merging traffic as they approach the 48mile marker. All traffic is moved to the left-hand or passing lane. Appropriate caution is required where equipment, flaggers, and construction personnel are along the roadway in close proximity to traffic flow. There will be a 55 mile per hour work zone speed limit with an enhanced police presence. There is no impact to eastbound traffic in this work zone. Harper Construction is the prime contractor working under a Master Agreement.

Marshall County

KY 58/Mayfield Highway has reopened west of Benton in Marshall County. KY 58/Mayfield Highway had been closed at mile point 7.1 to allow a culvert to be replaced about 1-mile west of the U.S. 641-Spur. To improve drainage at the site, the Marshall County Highway Maintenance Crew placed a new culvert under the roadway, then filled the old culvert nearby with concrete. Motorists should be prepared to encounter one-lane traffic at this location for about the next three days to allow placement of riprap and some other finish work. Motorists should be prepared to encounter rough road at the excavation site for an extended period. The area will be allowed to settle before a paving crew places a permanent cap on the excavation.

Drivers who regularly travel through the U.S. 62 intersection with KY 95/Main Street at Calvert City in Marshall County should be aware of the potential for traffic delays during peak traffic periods. As part of a Highway Safety Improvement Project (HSIP) along U.S. 62 between Calvert City and the Marshall-McCracken County Line, a contractor for KYTC has reworked this intersection to include turn lanes for KY 95/Main Street. However, vehicle detection equipment for the signal activation system continues to experience supply-line delays. For the time being, the signal will operate on a timer only. This means commuters should be prepared to encounter some delays, particularly during peak commuter traffic periods such as shift-change in the Calvert City Industrial Community. The KYTC District 1 Traffic Group is awaiting arrival of the detection and activation equipment and will install it as soon as it is delivered. Meanwhile, travelers should be alert for traffic backups at this location. This traffic signal is at U.S. 62 Marshall County mile point 7.2 and near the 4 mile marker on KY 95. Approximately 12,200 vehicles travel through this intersection in an average day.

McCracken County

A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans prep work for construction along KY 1286/North Friendship Road in McCracken County starting around December 1. Initial work will include clearing brush and ongoing utility relocation with construction activities gradually stepping up during the winter months as weather allows. This Phase I of the KY 1286/North Friendship Road reconstruction project includes the section between U.S. 45/Lone Oak Road and U.S. 62/Blandville Road in the Lone Oak area of McCracken County. Travelers should initially be prepared to encounter short sections of one lane traffic with alternating flow controlled by flaggers. Some delays are possible during the movement and placement of equipment to facilitate the work. Appropriate caution is required where equipment, flaggers, and maintenance personnel are along the roadway in close proximity to traffic flow. Jim Smith Contracting of Grand Rivers is the prime contractor on this $6,338,335 highway improvement project. This initial round of prep work is expected to ramp up to full construction activity starting in early-March 2023. The target completion date for Phase I is November 30, 2024. The project includes a new connection to U.S. 45/Lone Oak Road, realignment of curves, and a multi-use trail. Tap here to see more information on Phase I of the KY 1286/North Friendship Road reconstruction project and future phases. You can also visit the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet website and look under Featured Projects for the KY 1286/Friendship Road in McCracken County link.

There will be a marked detour generally via U.S. 60/Irvin Cobb Drive, KY 1954/John Puryear Drive, and the KY 450/Oaks Road Connector back to KY 284/Benton Road. There will also be detour signage at the south end of KY 2187/Husbands Road where it meets KY 1954/John Puryear Drive near I-24 Exit 11.

Motorists should take note of these planned closures for railroad crossing upgrades and be prepared to follow the marked detour routes starting Monday morning, November 7.

KY 994/Old Mayfield Road is closed at mile point 2.531 just south of KY 999/Lebanon Church Road where work has started on a new bridge over Bottom Ditch, also known as the Blizzard Pond Drainage Canal. Target completion date is January 10, 2023.

Beginning Wednesday, October 12, a section of the Greenway Trail will be closed to the public for approximately two months. This closure is at Noble Park on the concrete trail section between the accessible ramp near the Skatepark and Cairo Road. This is as Paducah partners with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) for the rehabilitation of Paducah’s floodwall, the work has been affecting access to short segments of the Greenway Trail. During the temporary Greenway Trail closure, Huffman Construction crews will be replacing the discharge pipes associated with Floodwall Pump Station #1 which is located in Anna Baumer Field. The discharge pipe project is part of the approximately $36 million project to rehabilitate Paducah’s floodwall with 65 percent of the cost covered by federal funding. Paducah’s Greenway Trail spans more than 5 miles. It extends from downtown Paducah, follows the floodwall levee to Noble Park, and continues on a gravel trail through Stuart Nelson Park where it connects to McCracken County’s 1.5 mile trail loop using the Bob Leeper Pedestrian Bridge.

A contractor for KYTC plans asphalt paving along the U.S. 62/Blandville Road work zone in western McCracken County starting Wednesday, September 28. This work zone to extend the existing 4-lane westward along U.S. 62/Blandville Road runs from the KY 998/Olivet Church Road intersection to the McCracken Boulevard traffic signal at the Commerce Park entrance. This is along U.S. 62 between mile point 7.851 and 8.8 west of Paducah. This work zone currently has two-way traffic running on the eastbound lanes. On Wednesday, the contractor will be paving along the westbound lanes out of the flow of traffic. There should be minimal impact on traffic flow through the work zone. However, motorists should be alert for flaggers stationed along the work zone to assist trucks entering and leaving the work area. This round of asphalt paving is expected to take about 10 working days to complete. As a reminder, this work zone has a strict 35 mph work zone speed limit with an enhanced police presence. Jim Smith Contracting is the prime contractor on this $7.7 million project, which includes the construction of new bridges across Massac Creek. This project is approximately 95 percent complete. The target completion date is December 1, 2022.

A contractor for KYTC started construction on a new Bottom Ditch Bridge along KY 994/Old Mayfield Road in southern McCracken County. KY 994/Old Mayfield Road has been closed since May 24 at mile point 2.531, when KYTC bridge inspectors found there had been further deterioration of the bridge support structure due to overweight trucks. The Bottom Ditch Bridge had previously been reduced to a 10-ton load limit in June of 2021 due to substructure damage. KYTC District 1 engineers conducted an extensive examination of the bridge substructure and determined it could not be repaired. This bridge is along KY 994 just south of the KY 1288/Lebanon Church Road intersection. Bottom Ditch is sometimes referred to as the Blizzard Pond Drainage Canal. Since the roadway was already closed, the contractor was able to start work immediately. The old bridge has already been removed and prep work has started on construction of a new bridge structure. Jim Smith Contracting of Grand Rivers is the prime contractor on this $616,864 bridge replacement project. The target completion date is December 15. There is no marked detour. However, motorists may continue to self-detour via KY 348/Hardmoney Road, KY 1014/Houser Road, and KY 1288/Lebanon Church Road.

A contractor for KYTC plans traffic signal changes for an intersection in U.S. 62/Blandville Road work zone in western McCracken County on September 16. Starting around 9 a.m., turn arrows will activate for the traffic signal at the U.S. 62/Blandville Road intersection with Massac Church Road and McCracken Boulevard. Motorists should be alert for traffic flow changes the addition of turn arrows will bring to this intersection at U.S. 62 McCracken County mile point 7.851. This traffic signal upgrade is part of ongoing work to extend the existing 4-lane westward along U.S. 62/Blandville Road runs from the KY 998/Olivet Church Road intersection to the McCracken Boulevard traffic signal at the Commerce Park entrance. This is along U.S. 62 between mile point 7.851 and 8.8 west of Paducah. This work zone currently has two-way traffic running on the eastbound lanes to facilitate ongoing construction. This work zone has a strict 35 mph work zone speed limit with an enhanced police presence. Jim Smith Contracting is the prime contractor on this $7.7 million project, which includes the construction of new bridges across Massac Creek. This project is about 90 percent complete. The target completion date is December 1.

A work zone traffic shift is planned along U.S. 62/Blandville Road in Western McCracken County for Monday, September 12. This work zone to extend the existing 4-lane westward along U.S. 62/Blandville Road runs from the KY 998/Olivet Church Road intersection to the McCracken Boulevard traffic signal at the Commerce Park entrance. This is along U.S. 62 between mile point 7.851 and 8.8 west of Paducah. This work zone currently has two-way traffic running on the westbound lanes. On Monday, traffic will be shifted to the eastbound lanes to facilitate ongoing construction. The traffic shift is expected sometime during the mid-morning hours on Monday. Extra caution is required while construction personnel adjust traffic control signage and barricades to facilitate the traffic shift. Some delays are possible between about 9 a.m., and noon. Once the shift is completed, motorists should be alert for changes in traffic configuration and flow the shift will create in the work zone – particularly at the work zone entry points. This work zone has a strict 35 mph work zone speed limit with an enhanced police presence. Jim Smith Contracting is the prime contractor on this $7.7 million project, which includes the construction of new bridges across Massac Creek. This project is about 90 percent complete. The target completion date is December 1, 2022.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has reopened a section of KY 970/Highland Church Road in McCracken County. KY 970/Highland Church Road is open near the 3 mile marker where some finish work was required today between Rushing Road and Phipps Street. KY 970/Highland Church Road is open at this time. Motorists should be aware that the excavation will be allowed to setting for several months, then a paving crew will return to the site to place a permanent asphalt cap on the new cross drain.

KY 994/Old Mayfield Road is closed at mile point 2.531 just south of KY 999/Lebanon Church Road due to structural issues with the support structure on the Bottom Ditch Bridge, also known as the Blizzard Pond Drainage Canal. Closure is until further notice.

The U.S. 62//Blandville Rd 4-lane is being extended westward from KY 998/Olivet Church Rd to the McCracken Boulevard traffic signal at the Commerce Park entrance. Look for one-lane traffic and possible delays on Tuesday, June 21, for bridge beam delivery. There is a 35 mph speed limit with enhanced police presence. Two-way traffic is running on the westbound lanes while the eastbound lanes are being reconstructed. Project is 75 percent complete. Target completion date is December 1.

A contractor for KYTC plans to restrict traffic to one lane in the U.S. 62/Blandville Road work zone in western McCracken County on Tuesday, June 21. Drivers should be alert for one-lane traffic at mile point 8.4 where the contractor will be offloading and placing beams on the new eastbound Massac Creek Overflow Bridge. The positioning of trucks and equipment to facilitate the work will require one-lane traffic at this site from approximately 10 a.m., to 2 p.m., Tuesday, with alternating flow controlled by flaggers. Some delays of 10 to 15 minutes are possible during the offloading process. This operation will be similar to the offloading of beams for new bridges on the westbound lanes earlier this year. Commuters should consider an alternate route. This work zone to extend the existing 4-lane westward along U.S. 62/Blandville Road runs from the KY 998/Olivet Church Road intersection to the McCracken Boulevard traffic signal. This is along U.S. 62 between mile point 7.851 and 8.8, a distance of about 1 mile. This work zone has two-way traffic with a strict 35 mph work zone speed limit and an enhanced police presence. Appropriate caution is required where equipment, flaggers, and construction personnel are along the roadway in close proximity to traffic flow. Jim Smith Contracting is the prime contractor on this $7.7 million project, which includes construction of new bridges across Massac Creek. This project is about 75 percent complete. The target completion date is December 1, 2022.

KYTC closed a section of KY 994/Old Mayfield Road at the Bottom Ditch Bridge in southern McCracken County, effective immediately. The Bottom Ditch Bridge at KY KY 994/Old Mayfield Road mile point 2.531 was reduced to a 10-Ton load limit in June of 2021 due to deterioration of the bridge support structure. A follow-up inspection today determined there has been further deterioration of the support beams due to overweight trucks crossing the bridge. The Bottom Ditch Bridge is closed until further notice. KYTC District 1 engineers will conduct a further examination of the bridge substructure to determine if the bridge can be repaired. This bridge is along KY 994 just south of the KY 1288/Lebanon Church Road intersection. Bottom Ditch is sometimes referred to as the Blizzard Pond Drainage Canal. There will be no marked detour. However, drivers may self-detour via KY 348/Hardmoney Road, KY 1014/Houser Road, and KY 1288/Lebanon Church Road.

U.S. 62 has an active work zone with a strict 35 mph speed limit between KY 998/Olivet Church Rd and the traffic signal at McCracken Boulevard to extend the 4-lane section of U.S. 62/Blandville Road westward about 1 mile. This $7.7 million project includes new bridges across Massac Creek. Motorists should be alert for flaggers and traffic shifts, as well as for workers in close proximity to traffic flow. Enhanced enforcement is present. Target completion date is December 1, 2022.

Trigg County

KY 139/South Road in southern Trigg County remains closed near mile point 3.9 to allow repairs to a sinkhole that extended under the roadway and damaged a cross drain. There is no practical detour for this section of KY 139/South Road. The KYTC Trigg County Highway Maintenance Crew has expedited work at this site.

KYTC has reopened a section of KY 276/Rocky Ridge Road in Trigg County. KY 276/Rocky Ridge Road has been closed around the 11.5 mile marker since May 9, when the KYTC Trigg County Highway Maintenance Crew started efforts to dig out a sinkhole and make repairs. The crew reported digging down about 15 feet to find a spot to pour a concrete barrier, then backfilled the hole with rock. KY 276/Rocky Ridge Road is open to normal traffic flow at this site between the Interstate 24 Overpass and the KY 958 intersection.

Ongoing construction activities in western Kentucky

U.S. 60 in Livingston County
U.S. 60 has an active work zone near the 12mm at the north edge of Smithland for construction of the New Cumberland River Bridge. Flaggers may be present to assist trucks delivering materials and equipment to the worksite. There is a 25 mph speed limit for westbound traffic and a 35 mph speed limit for eastbound traffic. As part of the bridge project, traffic has been shifted to the new alignment at the KY 70 intersection in the work zone. The target completion date for the new $63.6 million bridge is Spring of 2023.

U.S. 641 in Southern Calloway County
Construction of the New U.S. 641 from the Clarks River Bridge at the south edge of Murray to the KY-TN State Line at Hazel continues. Initial construction on this 6 mile section of new 4-lane will have no impact on existing U.S. 641 traffic during the 2021 construction season and minimal impact on side roads. Initial work includes culvert and bridge construction. Target completion date is Summer of 2023.

U.S. 641/KY 402 Intersection in Southern Marshall County
The U.S. 641/KY 402 intersection near Hardin has work zone lane restrictions for construction of an R-Cut. There is a 45 mph speed limit with an enhanced police presence. For more information on how R-Cuts work visit www.us45safety.org or to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzpdTdXDfRw.

U.S. 60 in Livingston County

U.S. 60 has an active work zone near the 12mm at the north edge of Smithland for construction of the New Cumberland River Bridge. Flaggers may be present to assist trucks delivering materials and equipment to the worksite. There is a 25 mph speed limit for westbound traffic and a 35 mph speed limit for eastbound traffic. The target completion date for the new $63.6 million bridge is Spring of 2023.

U.S. 641 in Southern Calloway County

Construction has ramped up on the New U.S. 641 from the Clarks River Bridge at the south edge of Murray to the KY-TN State Line at Hazel. Initial construction on this 6 mile section of new 4-lane will have no impact on existing U.S. 641 traffic during the 2021 construction season and minimal impact on side roads. Initial work includes culvert and bridge construction. Target completion date is summer of 2023.

U.S. 641/KY 402 Intersection in Southern Marshall County

The U.S. 641/KY 402 intersection near Hardin has work zone lane restrictions for construction of an R-Cut. There is a 45 mph speed limit with an enhanced police presence. Traffic is expected to move to the R-Cut median crossovers while work continues in the median area. For more on how R-Cuts work go to www.us45safety.org.

Western Tennessee

Lake County

SR-78: The resurfacing with bituminous seal coat on SR 78 from Clay Wynn Road to the Kentucky State Line will cause temporary lane closures throughout the project.

Obion County

Future I-69 (Phase 3): Grading, drainage, construction of bridges and paving on future I-69 from West of SR 21 to US-51 (SR 3) will cause possible lane closures throughout the project.

Beginning Monday, October 3, 2022: US 51 southbound traffic is detoured at LM 25.5 onto the new I-69 ramps for a short distance and then shifted back on to US 51. US 51 northbound traffic is reduced to one lane prior to the US 45/Section Line Road interchange and is detoured on to SR 214. Traffic remains on SR 214 and is merged back on to US 51 just south of South Fulton. Detour routes are posted.

SR-183: The resurfacing on SR 183 from Palestine Avenue to US 51 (SR 3) will cause temporary lane closures throughout the project

Weakley County

(SR-43): The resurfacing including bridge repair on 45E (SR 43) and SR 216, and miscellaneous safety improvements on US 45E (SR 43) will cause temporary lane closures throughout the project.

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