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Nebraska Department of Transportation Announces Opening of Highways in Northeast Nebraska

Nebraska Department of Transportation Announces Opening of  Highways in Northeast Nebraska
Highway 81 in Madison County during flooding..

March 29, 2019 (Lincoln, Neb.) — The Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) is continuing its
efforts to inspect and reopen roadways after the historic flooding this spring across the state.

Following inspection and repair by NDOT personnel and contractors, the following Highways are open to
traffic:

  • Highway 14 is open between Verdigre and the Standing Bear Bridge.  Width restriction of 10 feet on the bridge just south of Niobrara on one lane while work continues on the bridge..
  • Highway 30 Columbus and Silver Creek..
  • Highway 81 is now open to all traffic while under construction.  Traffic will be head-to-head and a 12-foot width restriction is in place while work continues.  All traffic, including heavy trucks and
    semi-truck traffic is advised to follow the posted speed-limit in the construction zone, especially where lane cross-overs are present..

Please remember some local and county roads may still remain impassible.  Travel with caution.

Plan your travel by checking 511 prior to leaving for your destination.  511 provides the most up to date
travel conditions and closures available.  The system is available at all times online at www.511.nebraska.gov, Nebraska 511’s smartphone app or by dialing 511.

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