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April 4, 2011MARYVILLE, MO | By: Wayman
Nearly 140 miles of lettered roads in northwest Missouri will be re-surfaced and in the coming months.
The state has earmarked 7 and a half million dollars for the upgrades to the so called "Farm To Market" roads snaking throughout our listening area. MoDOT says as soon as the weather breaks, the work begins. The following is a partial list of highways to be re-surfaced. Andrew county's Route E from Business 71 to west of the 102 River. In Atchison county 10 miles of Highway 111 from Interstate 29 over to Route W in Hold county as well as Route C from Highway 59 to Route O. In Buchanan Route B from Highway 116 to Platte County. Six highways in Clinton county including 8 miles of Route C from Highway 116 to CC in Clay county as well as work on Highway Z, PP, V, A, and the Highway 69 Loop 35 to Interstate 35. In DeKalb county, 15 miles on Route E from Highway 169 to Route D. Highways in Harrison, Gentry, Nodaway, and Worth counties are also included in the list which can be seen on the MoDOT website for the northwest region.