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Due to weather, the last bridge rehabilitation along U.S. 63, between Columbia and Jefferson City, has been rescheduled to begin next week.

Contractors working for the Missouri Department of Transportation will rehabilitate the deck of the U.S. 63 bridge over Cedar Creek on Monday. This work will close one southbound lane for up to 45 days to extend the life of the bridge.

Six other bridge decks between Route AC (Grindstone Avenue) in Columbia and the Katy Trail bridge in Callaway County were previously repaired as part of this project in 2019.

Motorists might see overnight, single-lane closures to complete planned follow-up repairs at those locations. Closures would take place between 7 p.m.-6 a.m.

Work is weather permitting and could be delayed.

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