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Two Marshall Co highway projects to begin
06/10/2021

(KMZA)--Mill and overlay projects are to begin in Marshall County Thursday, June 10, on U.S. 77 and K-233. 

According to the Kansas Department of Transportation, about 11 miles of U.S. 77 will be restricted to one lane from U.S. 36 to the Kansas/ Nebraska state line.

Traffic will be directed by a pilot car, flaggers, signs and cones.

Eastbound and westbound U.S. 36 will also be controlled by flaggers and a pilot car when work on U.S. 77 is taking place near the intersection.

K-233 will also be restricted to one lane for about 3.5 miles. The work will extend east from the junction with U.S. 77, then north to the Oketo city limit.

A pilot car, flaggers, signs and cones will direct traffic through the work zone.

Drivers on either route should plan for delays of up to 15 minutes and add extra time in their travel schedules.

Work will take place Monday through Friday, and Saturday if needed, during daylight hours.

Both projects are expected to be completed by late July.

Hall Brothers, Inc., of Marysville is the contractor on the combined $2.4 million projects.

 

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