The Missouri Department of Transportation says most lane closings will occur at night at each intersection.
The prime contractor of the total $458,000 project is Hartman Construction of Springfield; completion is expected by December.
Once work starts at an intersection,
it will take about 30 days to complete.
Here's the list:
-Work begins first at
-Route 160/13 at Route AA north of Nixa: Install "Red Light Ahead" advanced warning signs along the northbound and southbound lanes of Route 160/13 approaching Route AA. The warning signs will begin flashing a few seconds before the traffic signal turns red, alerting drivers on Route 160/13 that they need to slow down and stop.
-Route 160/13 at
-Route 14 at
-Also, sidewalks at Route 14 and
Most of the work at the intersections will be completed at night. Daytime work is possible, with only brief lane closings allowed when traffic is lighter. Drivers are urged to slow-down and be alert for crews and equipment close to traffic.