City of Omaha traffic engineers say that Missouri Avenue now has head-to-head traffic in the westbound lanes from 18th Street to 20th Street.

The restriction is due to utility work for Metropolitan Utilities District and will be in effect for one week.

Also:

— Eastbound traffic is restricted at the intersection of 61st and Maple Streets. The restriction is due to ring-and-cover replacement by the city and will be in effect for one day.

— The northbound lane of 90th Street is restricted from Q Street to O Street. The restriction is due to private utility work by Burton Plumbing and will be in effect for three days.

— The southbound lane of 10th Street is closed from Douglas Street to Farnam Street. The restriction is due to a bridge-widening project by Hawkins Construction and will be in effect for two weeks.

— Wednesday, Hamilton Street will be closed to eastbound traffic from 31st Street to 30th Street. The closure is due to sewer repair by the city and will be in effect between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

— Beginning Tuesday at 7 a.m., Northwest Radial will have one lane closed from Lafayette Avenue to Hamilton Street. The restriction is due to a driveway installation and will be in effect for four days.

— The intersection of 24th and L Streets has one lane closed for northbound and westbound traffic. The restriction is due to sewer round iron repair by the city and will be in effect for one to two days.

— An eastbound lane of L Street is closed from 51st Street to 50th Street. The restriction is due to utility work by MUD and will be in effect for four to five days.

— A northbound lane of 13th Street is closed from J Street to I Street. The restriction is due to utility work by MUD and will be in effect for three to four days.

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