road closures

Weather
9:04 am
Thu August 8, 2013

I-44, US-63 reopen, but some Missouri roads still closed due to flood

Crews work to shore up roads near Tuscumbia on August 7, 2013. Photo provided by Miller County Emergency Management.
Samantha Edmonson

The Missouri Department of Transportation has begun re-opening many Mid-Missouri roads and highways that were closed due to flooding, but some county roads are still affected, particularly those near the Osage River.

MODOT reopened the 14 mile stretch of I-44 near Jerome southwest of Rolla Thursday morning, which had been closed for nearly 24 hours. Highway 63 near Westphalia was also closed Wednesday afternoon due to water on the road, but that route was also re-opened Thursday morning.

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Politics
7:56 am
Mon July 15, 2013

Construction begins on many Boone County roads

Credit Stew Dean / Flickr

Starting today, a number of Boone County roads are undergoing construction. Lake of the Woods Road is closed at the intersection with St. Charles Road and is scheduled to reopen on August 5. Rangeline Road is down to one lane between Richland Road and Highway WW so the road can receive a new fog seal treatment. Rangeline is set to reopen to full traffic by Friday.

A full list of roads affected by construction may be found through the Columbia/Boone County Office of Emergency Management.

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Weather
7:45 am
Fri May 31, 2013

Heavy rain means flooding on roads, rivers

Here's what it looked like as the rain fell over Columbia at about 7:30am Friday morning
Credit Ryan Famuliner / KBIA

Heavy rain throughout Mid-Missouri is causing flooding in many areas, and storms are expected to continue throughout Friday. Boone County Emergency Management keeps a live-updated list of road closures, which you can check here at any time for the latest information. As of 7:30am Friday morning, 18 roads were closed in Boone County due to flooding. The Missouri Department of Transportation's traveler information map is also worth checking before heading out on the road today.

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