New Hwy. 14 Traffic Signal Set to Begin Flashing

thumb_73bcfc76fa2f4a6A new traffic signal at the Route 14/Cheyenne Road intersection between Nixa and Ozark is scheduled to begin flashing starting Tuesday, June 3, the Missouri Department of Transportation said.

The week of June 9, the new traffic signal will go into full operation – cycling green, yellow and red.

Drivers are urged to use caution when traveling through the intersection especially after the new traffic signal becomes fully operational.

Weather and/or construction delays could alter the work schedule.

The new signal is part of a larger project which added turn lanes at the intersection of Route 14 and Cheyenne Road. The project also includes the resurfacing of Route 14 between Marionville and Christian County Route Weast of Ozark.

Project Information

Prime Contractor: Blevins Asphalt Construction Company, Mount Vernon

Construction Cost: $1.8 million

Completion: Aug. 1, 2014. (Although, the project is expected to be completed much sooner than that.)


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