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Late-night closings of Broadway set
Sections of Broadway will be closed for several hours after midnight on Tuesday and Wednesday to allow the contractor on the Southeast Missouri Hospital construction project to remove the boom from a large crane and relocate the crane, Cape Girardeau police said.
Broadway will be closed from Perry Avenue to West End Boulevard from 12:01 a.m. to 7 a.m. on Tuesday.
Westbound traffic on Broadway will be detoured onto West End Boulevard to Parkview and through Capaha Park to Perry Avenue. Eastbound traffic will be detoured north on Perry Avenue to Parkview, then through Capaha Park to West End Boulevard, police said.
On Wednesday, Kiefner Brothers will close Broadway from Penny Avenue to West End Boulevard from 12:01 a.m. to 1 a.m. Broadway from Penny Avenue to Perry Avenue will be closed until 7 a.m., police said.
Eastbound traffic will be detoured north on Penny Avenue to Cecilia Street, through Capaha Park on Parkview to West End Boulevard. Westbound traffic will be detoured north on West End Boulevard to Parkview, west on Parkview to Perry Avenue, then west on Cecilia to Penny, then south on Penny back to Broadway.
The contractor will post detour signs, police said.