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MARYVILLE, MO (2010-10-11) Despite critical state budget concerns, the Missouri Department of Transportation has reduced costs and saved about 64 Million dollars.
It's earmarking more than 7 and a half million of that money for 13 rural Northern Missouri Road Projects. The rural routes targeted are known as "Farm to Market" lettered highways which local leaders have been pushing the state for several years to fix. The roads to get pavement improvements will be Route E in Andrew County, in Buchanan Route B from Highway 116 to Platte County, in Caldwell Route A from Highway 36 to 116, in DeKalb County Route E from 169 to Route D, in Harrison Route M from D to Highway 69, in Nodaway County Route EE from Double N to Highway 136, in Worth Route W from Highway 46 to Double Y and Route double Y from W to Highway 169. Five lettered Routes in Clinton County are also included in the list. All projects are scheduled for next year's construction season.
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