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Funding received to provide vehicle volume metrics on roadways

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Dan Watts, Center for Resource Planning and Management planner, received $1,520 from Ozarks Transportation Organization for the “OTO Traffic Volume Study- Select Locations” project.

This program will provide vehicle volume metrics on selected roadway segments in Greene and Christian County. Traffic volume counts will be collected over three, 24-hour periods on three sections of Highway 160 in Greene County, three sections of Route CC in Christian County and four sections of Highway 14 in Christian County.

For more information, contact Watts at (417) 836-5442.

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