NewsJune 12, 2024
Marble Hill's Route 34/51 intersection to see major upgrades by 2025, enhancing traffic flow and pedestrian access. Public meeting held to discuss project details and construction timeline.
Missouri Department of Transportation project manager Tim Pickett talks to Marble Hill Mayor Trey Wiginton and Bollinger County Chamber of Commerce president Becky Wiginton about the plans to improve the south Route 34/51 intersection in Marble Hill. An open house-style public meeting was Monday in the FEMA building at Woodland School, where visitors could stop by any time from 5 to 7 p.m. to discuss the details of the project with MoDOT officials. The project includes upgrading the existing Route 34/51 intersection to improve turning movements for tractor trailers and other large vehicles, and adding a section of sidewalk to connect to the existing pedestrian facility. The project is expected to be let in February, and construction could begin as early as next spring. Work will be staged to allow the intersection to remain open with minor detours as needed. Completion is anticipated in November 2025.
Missouri Department of Transportation project manager Tim Pickett talks to Marble Hill Mayor Trey Wiginton and Bollinger County Chamber of Commerce president Becky Wiginton about the plans to improve the south Route 34/51 intersection in Marble Hill. An open house-style public meeting was Monday in the FEMA building at Woodland School, where visitors could stop by any time from 5 to 7 p.m. to discuss the details of the project with MoDOT officials. The project includes upgrading the existing Route 34/51 intersection to improve turning movements for tractor trailers and other large vehicles, and adding a section of sidewalk to connect to the existing pedestrian facility. The project is expected to be let in February, and construction could begin as early as next spring. Work will be staged to allow the intersection to remain open with minor detours as needed. Completion is anticipated in November 2025.MARY LAYTON ~ Banner Press

An open house-style public meeting was Monday, June 10, in the FEMA building at Woodland School, where visitors could stop by any time from 5 to 7 p.m. to meet with Missouri Department of Transportation officials to discuss the details of a project that would improve the south Route 34/51 intersection in Marble Hill.

The project includes upgrading the existing Route 34/51 intersection to improve turning movements for tractor trailers and other large vehicles, and adding a section of sidewalk to connect to the existing pedestrian facility.

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The project is expected to be let in February, and construction could begin as early as next spring. Work will be staged to allow the intersection to remain open with minor detours as needed. Completion is anticipated in November 2025.

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