Funding Agreement for Adie Road Improvements Approved
The Maryland Heights City Council unanimously voted in favor of approving funding for phase three of the Adie Road construction project.
Street improvements are on the way for Adie Road.
That's thanks to action taken by the Maryland Heights City Council March 7.
Council members unanimously approved an agreement for federal funding for the Adie Road Phase III project. The project is part of the city's five-year Capital Improvement Program.
Under the project, Adie Road will have new concrete pavement 39-feet in width with curb, gutters and enclosed storm sewers. It will also have one lane in each direction with a center-turn lane.
The estimated total cost for the project is $3.3 million, and the city could claim up to $1.8 million of federal funding for the project cost under an agreement with the Missouri Department of Transportation.
According to MoDOT’s website, “the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission allocated $3.5 million of Missouri's Surface Transportation Program funds annually for use in cities with an urban cluster population between 5,000 and 50,000 or an urbanized area population between 50,000 and 200,000 for various road projects.
The project is estimated to be completed in 2015.