Lafayette-Dunklin roundabout proposed

Jefferson City is working to accommodate what is anticipated to be a heavy increase in traffic to city streets during construction of the new Lafayette Street interchange on U.S. 50/63, which is scheduled to begin construction in fall 2014.

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At the Public Works and Planning meeting Thursday, City Engineer Matt Morasch updated committee members on preliminary plans for the new interchange.

As part of the project, the city would like to complete a recommended roundabout at the intersection of Dunklin and Lafayette streets to better handle heavy traffic flow.

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