PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) Work starts Monday on a segment of I-90 west of Oacoma. The South Dakota Department of Transportation says plans call for the work to be in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 90 from mile marker 258 east to Exit 265 at Chamberlain. Motorists will note today that traffic is reduced to single lanes in both the eastbound and westbound lanes and speeds are reduced to 55 mph. Traffic patterns will change to “head-to-head” in the westbound lanes late Monday morning and speeds will be reduced to 55 mph. Eastbound traffic will not be able to exit at the Chamberlain Rest Area or Exit 263 at Chamberlain while the traffic is focused in the existing westbound lanes. Crews will be removing existing asphalt, placing a concrete overlay in the eastbound lanes and will work on structures in that segment of the interstate.
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