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Highway 136 work planned west of Tecumseh
10/15/2021

(KLZA)-- The Nebraska Department of Roads has announced that Highway 136 from Tecumseh to Beatrice will be closed  starting Monday, October 18 and it is expected the closure will last for approximately one week. 

The Department of Roads will replace a culvert near the  Vesta Cemetery.  Traffic going to Beatrice will need to take a detour on Highway 50, south to Highway 4 then west until it joins up with 136 again four miles west of Filley. 

Highway 136 will be open west of Tecumseh to local traffic only.
 

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