Webster County -- A 10-mile stretch of Route 38 east of Marshfield is set for resurfacing and new shoulders with rumble stripes.
The project is scheduled to begin late this week or early during the week of April 1, the Missouri Department of Transportation said.
When the project begins, drivers can expect one-lane traffic where crews are set up working.
The work will take place between 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The work will take place between Webster County Route A in Marshfield and Webster County Route C north of Seymour.
Both driving lanes will be resurfaced and two-foot wide shoulders will be added to the roadway.
In addition, edgeline rumble strips will be installed in the shoulders.
The project also includes resurfacing Webster/Wright County Route M between Route CC in Niangua and Route 5 in Grovespring and resurfacing and adding shoulders to Route DD between Marshfield and the end of state maintenance.
The contractor on both projects is APAC-Missouri of Columbia, doing the projects for a low bid amount of $3.2 million.
The projects are scheduled for completion by November 1. However, contractor crews will work to complete the Route 38 project by mid-May.
The Route M and Route DD projects will begin later in the spring.
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