If you’ll be on the Mark Twain Memorial Bridge this week, be advised you will need to be on the lookout for bridge inspectors.

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The Missouri Department of Transportation reports inspection crews will be on the bridge this week performing their annual inspection.

As a result, motorists will need to move over to allow the inspectors to do their job.

The inspection includes evaluating all parts of the bridge, including the piers, the superstructure and the deck, along with any other bridge components.

The inspection begins Monday in the eastbound lanes. This will be a work zone, so MODOT reminds drivers to pay attention and move over to allow inspectors and their equipment plenty of room to work.

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