Road Conditions in the Northeast District

Road Conditions in the Northeast District
Traveler information map for northeast Missouri

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Flood Information for Northeast area:

The following roads are closed due to flooding on the Mississippi River.

US 61 – Clark County – Closed – Bridge over Des Moines River at Alexandria

Alexandria under water at the Des Moines River near the Mississippi River
Flooding reported 2.41 miles east of Route 136
Road closed since 12-JUN-08

Route F- Clark County – Closed

Flooding reported near Gregory Landing
Road closed since 16-JUN-08

Route P – Clark County – Closed

Flooding reported, area sandbagged off near Gregory Landing

Road closed since 14-JUN-08

Business 61 – Lewis County – Closed

Flood Gates In North Of City Limits Canton
Road closed since 12-JUN-08

Route 151 – Knox County – Closed

North River, about 1/3 mile after Route 156

Road closed since 25-JUN-08

Route E – Knox County – Closed

Flooding reported from 3 miles before Route 156, ending at Route V

Road closed since 25-JUN-08

Route F – Knox County – Closed

Flooding reported beginning 2 miles after Route PP, ending at Route W

Road closed since 25-JUN-08

Route V – Knox County – Closed

Flooding reported beginning at Route M, ending at Route E
Road closed since 25-JUN-08

Route B – Lewis County – Closed

Route B Closed (Bus. 61) through LaGrange
Flooding reported on Business Route 61 North through areas of LaGrange
Road closed since 14-JUN-08

Route 156 – Lewis County – Closed

Route 156 Closed one mile after Route E, ending at Route 6
Road closed since 25-JUN-08

Route 79 – Lincoln County – Closed

Flooding reported from Route CC north through Annada
Road closed since 19-JUN-08

Route 79 – Lincoln County – Closed

Flooding reported from 2 miles north of Winfield north to 1 mile south of Route Y

Road closed since 20-JUN-08

Route M – Lincoln County – Closed

Closed from railroad at 79 east to river

Located 4 miles south of Elsberry

Road closed since 16-JUN-08

Route N – Lincoln County – Closed

Closed from railroad at 79 east to river

Located east of Winfield

Road closed since 16-JUN-08

Route P – Lincoln/Pike County – Closed

East of Elsberry – East of Highway 79 to river access
Road closed since 11-JUN-08

Route 168 – Marion County – Closed

Near South River Bridge West Of JJ
Flooding reported 2.76 miles east of US Route 61
Road closed since 15-JUN-08

Route 168 – Marion County – Closed

North Fabius, flooding reported about one mile before Route 6 (near Tic Toc Road/Motel)
Road closed since 25-JUN-08

US 54 – Pike County – Closed – Champ Clark Bridge Over Mississippi River

East Louisiana flooding reported on Illinois approach to bridge

Road closed since 15-JUN-08

Route 79 – Pike County – Closed

North of Annada – Flooding from Mississippi River over bottom land

North of Route H from Ramsey Creek Bridge north 1 mile

Road closed since 18-JUN-08

Route 79 – Pike County – Closed

North of Louisiana – Flooding from Mississippi River over bottom land

Locals call it Shepards Corner, closed from County Road 117 to County Road 115

Road closed since 17-June-08

Route 79 – Pike County – Closed

South of Louisiana – Low areas near Buffalo Creek
Flooding reported .62 miles south of Route D
Road closed since 15-JUN-08

Route 79 – Pike County – Closed

Low area north of Ramsey Creek Bridge

Flooding reported 3 miles after Route H, ending 3 1/2 miles after Route H
Road closed since 25-JUN-08

Route 79 – Pike County – Closed

South of Louisiana – Low areas
Flooding reported beginning near city limits of Louisiana to approx. 1 mile north of Route D
Road closed since 15-JUN-08

Route 79 – Pike County – Closed

South of Louisiana – Low area 1 Mi. North And South Of N Jct

Flooding reported beginning .16 mile north of Route N to .4 mile south of Route N
Road closed since 15-JUN-08

Route 79 – Pike County – Closed

South of Clarksville – Low areas South Of W To South City Limits of Clarksville
Flooding reported beginning at Route W south to just south of the city limits of Clarksville
Road closed since 15-JUN-08

Route H – Pike County – Closed

Closed for one block south of MO 79 at Annada

Road closed since 20-JUN-08

Route W – Pike County – Closed

Clarksville – Closed for one block south of MO 79

Access into Clarksville over W to Third Street back to 79 in north section of town

Road closed since 19-JUN-08

Route 79 – Ralls County – Closed

South of Hannibal from Sawyers Creek near Continental Cement at Illasco
Flooding reported beginning just south of Hannibal 2.19 miles south to Illasco turnoff
Road closed since 14-JUN-08

Route E – Ralls County – Closed

South of Hannibal From 79 east to Lock And Dam at Saverton
Road closed since 15-JUN-08

Route 151– Shelby County – Closed

Black Creek, closed right before Route M

Road closed since 25-JUN-08

Route H – Shelby County – Closed

Flooding reported beginning at Route K, ending at Route M

Road closed since 25-JUN-08

Route M – Shelby County – Closed

Flooding reported beginning 4 1/2 miles before Route M, near a county road

Road closed since 25-JUN-08

Route N – Shelby County – Closed

Flooding reported beginning at Route K, ending at US 36 East

Road closed since 25-JUN-08

Route W – Shelby County – Closed

Flooding reported beginning at Route J, ending about .7 miles after Route J

Road closed since 25-JUN-08

The following bridges are OPEN to traffic:

US 27 – Clark County – Open – Bridge over DesMoines River at St. Francisville at Iowa Line
North of Wayland – Bridge remains open and expected to remain open.

I-72 – Marion County – Open – Mark Twain Memorial Bridge in Hannibal
Hannibal – Bridge remains open
Water at 27.19 ft. at 1 p.m. Friday; predicted to crest at 28.2 on Saturday, June 21 around 1 p.m.

Updated at 3 p.m. 6-20-08

US 24 east – Marion County – Open – Bayview Bridge into Quincy, Illinois
Bayview Bridge open, temporarily carrying east and westbound traffic into Quincy. The Memorial Bridge which carried eastbound traffic into Quincy is closed due to high water.
Water at 27.65 ft. at 1 p.m. Friday; predicted to crest at 28.8 on Saturday, June 21 at 1 a.m.

Updated at 3 p.m. 6-20-08