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Route 291 Work Will Restrict Traffic Between Tudor Road and Bayberry

Route 291 Work Will Restrict Traffic Between Tudor Road and Bayberry

June 26, 2014

By Steve Porter
MoDOT

Periodic lane closures at night will restrict traffic on Route 291 between Tudor Road and Bayberry Lane, and at the Route 291 intersections of Tudor Road, Swann Road, Chipman Road, Columbus Street, Langsford Drive, 3rd Street, 5th Street and Bayberry Lane through August 5. 

While most of the work will be at night, some work off the roadway may also periodically restrict a lane of Route 291 during the day.


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