MoDOT Bridge Meeting Moved to Online Briefing

Out of an abundance of caution due to the coronavirus, the Missouri Department of Transportation has decided to hold the Wayne County community briefing as a virtual public meeting.

MoDOT plans to replace two Wayne County bridges—the Route A bridge over Small Creek near Greenville, Missouri, and the Route 34 bridge over Black River near Leeper, Missouri. The community briefing scheduled for 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 31 at the Greenville High School Library has been cancelled.

Interested persons may reach the project team to discuss these upcoming projects through the following methods:

  • Online Meeting-Through the online meeting, a downloadable handout including project-specific information is available, as well as an opportunity to comment. Any comments will be directly emailed to the project manager and area engineer. Please visit modot.org/wayne-county-bridge-projects to review this information.
  • Call the Project Team-Contact a member of the project team to discuss any questions or concerns regarding these projects. Please call Project Manager Pete Berry at (417) 469-6242, Area Engineer David Wyman at (573) 472-9021 or MoDOT’s Customer Service Center toll-free at 1-888-ASK MODOT (275-6636) for more information.
  • Meet the Project Team-To schedule an in-person meeting, please call Project Manager Pete Berry at (417) 469-6242 or Area Engineer David Wyman at (573) 472-9021.

Construction of the Route A bridge over Small Creek could begin as early as spring 2021, with completion anticipated by fall 2021. As work is underway, the roadway will be closed in the vicinity of the bridge for approximately two months.

Construction of the Route 34 bridge over Black River could begin as early as spring 2022, with completion anticipated by winter 2022. As work is underway, the roadway will be closed in the vicinity of the bridge for approximately six months.

For more information or to share your thoughts, please visit https://www.modot.org/wayne-county-bridge-projects.

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