MoDOT's latest road closings

Monday, May 16, 2011 ~ Updated 4:03 PM

SIKESTON - The Missouri Department of Transportation has closed routes in Southeast Missouri due to the recent flooding. Motorists are urged to use extreme caution and plan alternate routes.

Routes that are closed as of 3 p.m. Monday include:

Dunklin County

* Route DD - from Route 53 to the end of state maintenance

Mississippi County

* Route 62 - from I-57 to the levee

* Route 77 - at the Mississippi River

* Route 77 - from Route Y to Route A

* Route 80 - from the Mississippi River to CRD 522

* Route 102 - from Route 80 to Route 77

* Route A - from Route 102 to Route 77

* Route AA - from Route 80 to Route 77

* Route BB- from Route 80 to Route P - LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY

* Route DD - from Route 75 to Route 77

* Route EE - Closed to local traffic only

* Route E - from CRD 507 to Route KK - road closed - Local Traffic ONLY

* Route F - beginning Route 77

* Route FF

* Route HH

* Route OO - from Route BB to end of state maintenance

* Route TT

* Route VV

* Route YY - from Route 102 to FF

New Madrid County

* Route 80 west - from I-55 to CRD 706

* Route 162 - at the Mississippi River

* Route AA - from CRD 820 to Route 80

* Route AB - from Route WW to end of state maintenance

* Route OO - from Route BB to end of state maintenance

* Route P - from CRD 727 to Route WW

* Route W - from Route D to Route 62

* Route WW - from Route U to Route P

Pemiscot County

* Route 164 - from Route DD to Levee Road

* Route 84 - from Route D to Woman's Club Road

Perry County

* Route E - from CRD 934 to CRD 322

Stoddard County

* Route 51 - from 2 miles north of Puxico to Route K

Wayne County

* Route D - from Ridge Road to CRD 525

* Route FF - from Route 34 to Route 67

* Route KK - near Clearwater Lake

* Route T - from Route D to CRD 514

For more information, please contact MoDOT's Customer Service Center toll-free at 1-888-ASK-MODOT (1-888-275-6636) or visit the Traveler Information Map at: http://maps.modot.mo.gov/timi/index.aspx...

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