Thursday, February 7, 2013
Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission awards contract for Phase 3 of Route 364 project. Ultimately the highway will connect Maryland Heights at Interstate 270 to Interstate 64 in Lake Saint Louis.
The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission on Wednesday awarded a contract to complete construction on the Highway 364 Page Avenue Extension project. The $118.2 million project was awarded to Page Constructors LLC, a team comprising Fred Weber Inc., Millstone Bangert Inc., and Kolb Grading. It's expected to be completed by Oct. 31, 2014. Phase 3 of the Page Extension will add nine miles of highway between Mid Rivers Mall Drive in St. Peters and the Route N and Interstate 64 interchange in Lake Saint Louis. The road will be a four-lane freeway with an open, grassy median, similar to Route 141 or Highway 70 past Warrenton, said Project Director for Route 364 Phase 3 Mike Castro. The current Page Extension is 6 to 8 lanes wide. "…
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The St. Louis Rams playing their home games in Maryland Heights would clearly mean arbitrators decided on their own plan. That scenario, however, remains unlikely.
A recent St. Louis Post-Dispatch report dissected the St. Louis Rams' options when it came to the team's playing facility as the organization neared an arbitration process that will determine the team's fate. Among three potential areas to build a new stadium? Farmland in Maryland Heights in the vacinity of the Page Avenue extension. From the report: The three sites have long been discussed as possible homes for a new stadium — maybe even one for the Rams. The team and the public agency that runs the Dome, the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission, have been at a stalemate for months over renovations required by the team’s 30-year lease. Monday, three arbitrators will begin to hammer out answers. They will choose between three …
Thursday, July 21, 2011
MoDOT officials say the ramp will be closed for up to eight weeks.
The Missouri Department of Transportation indicated the westbound Page Avenue/Route 364 exit ramp will close July 25 at 8 p.m. The ramp, officials say, will stay closed for eight weeks while crews work on the Marine Avenue Bridge rehabilitation project. Officials say crews will also close the left lane of southbound I-270 at 8 p.m. July 25. They'll close a second lane starting at 10 p.m. Both lanes should open Tuesday morning at 5 a.m.