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Posted on: January 22, 2017

Hwy 76 Reduced to One Lane at Rosalee near Presleys' Theater Jan 23-27

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Highway 76 reduced to one lane at Rosalee Jan 23

Weather permitting, the City of Branson will reduce West Highway 76 to one lane in the just west of Rosalee Street near Presleys’ Theater on Monday, January 23 for the installation of new waterline and underground utility conduits. This will affect traffic during daylight hours in that area through Friday, January 27 as part of the 76 Revitalization Project. All three lanes will be open to traffic during the evening hours.

Flagmen will be positioned at the east and west side of the construction zone in the 2900 block of Highway 76 to safely direct motorists through that area. Motorists should be mindful of construction workers and signage, and travel slowly through this area. 



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The Fire Department’s Emergency Management Division provides the BransonALERTS system to receive construction and traffic alerts during construction via email, text message, cell phone or landline phone. Registration is easy and FREE!  Select BransonALERTS on the City web site at www.BransonMo.gov and follow the prompts to sign up. Or, contact the Fire Department’s Emergency Management Division at (417) 243-8584 for more information.


Media inquiries related to this content may be directed to Jennifer Langford, City of Branson Communications Manager, at JLangford@BransonMO.gov or by calling 417.337.0017

 

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