NewsJune 4, 2024
Join MoDOT's public meeting on June 10 to discuss Route 34/51 intersection upgrades in Marble Hill, including plans for improved turning movements and pedestrian facilities. Drop by Woodland School from 5 to 7 p.m.
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The Missouri Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, June 10, to discuss plans to improve the south Route 34/51 intersection in Marble Hill. The meeting will be held in the FEMA building at Woodland School, 8729 Jackal Drive, in Marble Hill.

The proposed project includes upgrading the existing Route 34/51 intersection to improve turning movements for tractor trailers and other large vehicles. This will be accomplished by widening and increasing some of the radiuses at the existing intersection. The project also includes improvements to the pedestrian crossings and adding a section of sidewalk to connect to the existing pedestrian facility.

Tentatively, the project is expected to be let in February 2025. Construction could begin as early as spring 2025. 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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The public meeting will be open house style, and visitors can stop by any time between 5 and 7 p.m. to discuss the details of the project with the project team.

To view the meeting handout or share your thoughts, visit

For more information, contact project manager Tim Pickett at (573) 472-9003, area engineer Chris Crocker at (573) 380-1658, or MoDOT’s Customer Service Center toll-free at (888) 275-6636.

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