Saturday, August 4, 2012
The Missouri Department of Transportation reports on St. Louis area work zones for August 2-8.
Ramps closed downtown Cardinals fans heading from the city to westbound Interstate 64 this week should remember that several ramps to westbound I-64 will remain closed until early September. The ramps from Broadway, 10th Street and 14th Street will be closed around the clock. Downtown commuters, to include Cardinal fans, will need to use Pine Street, Jefferson Avenue or Market/Compton to get back onto westbound I-64. Illinois fans coming to the game will be able to use the 9th Street ramp to get into the city from westbound I-64. Earth City Expressway lanes closed Additionally, on I-70 in St. Louis County, one westbound and two eastbound lanes will be closed from 7 p.m. on Friday until 5 a.m. on Monday. In addition, the ramp from …
Saturday, June 23, 2012
The Missouri Department of Transportation reports on St. Louis area work zones for June 21-27.
MoDOT crews will have westbound Interstate 64 closed for portions of this weekend to continue work around the double deck structure downtown. The work should not significantly impact runners and walkers heading to the Race for the Cure downtown. Crews will close all lanes of westbound I-64 from Broadway to 21st Street starting Friday at 10 a.m. They will reopen one lane between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. Saturday to allow Race for the Cure participants to get downtown. Then, the lanes remain closed until 3 a.m. Monday. The detour for the closure is Interstate 44 to Jefferson. During the entire closure, the ramps from 10th Street and 14th Street to westbound I-64 will remain open. On eastbound Interstate 70 between the Blanchette Bridge and the …
Saturday, June 16, 2012
The Missouri Department of Transportation reports on St. Louis area work zones for June 14-20.
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) has more than 100 construction and maintenance work zones planned in the metropolitan area during the next week. MoDOT asks drivers to slow down and be aware in work zones. From downtown St. Louis to Franklin County, MoDOT crews and contractors are taking advantage of the good weather to make progress on major construction projects. This includes such as widening Interstate 270 between Manchester Road and Interstate 44, and the I-44 pavement reconstruction between Lewis Road and Route 141. Motorists should be aware of the following on-going closures:
Saturday, April 21, 2012
Get the latest on the roadways, from the Missouri Department of Transportation's weekly update.
Repairs on I-270 between Manchester and I-44 at night Crews continue to repair pavement on northbound and southbound I-270 between I-44 and Route 100 (Manchester Road) at night. Up to three lanes will be closed on southbound I-270 from 7 p.m. to 4 a.m. Thursday and Friday. Up to three lanes will be closed on northbound I-270 from 7 p.m. to 4 a.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Two I-64 eastbound lanes closed downtown weekday mornings Missouri Department of Transportation crews will close two lanes of eastbound Interstate 64 from 14th Street to 6th Street at 5 a.m. weekday mornings until early May to prepare the roadway for upcoming repair work. All ramps into downtown will remain open, and the lanes will reopen by 2 p.m. Striping continues…
Friday, March 9, 2012
Be aware of pothole repair work as you drive.
Maintenance crews continue to patch potholes throughout the region on state roadways as part of the department’s Pothole Patrol. People can call 1-888-ASK-MODOT to report a pothole on any state-owned road or interstate and the department will patch that pothole by the same time the next weekday. Motorists are urged to watch out for Missouri Department of Transportation workers during moving operations. This Sunday, March 11, crews will close all lanes of westbound Route 370 in St. Charles County at Truman. Traffic will be routed down the exit ramp and up the entrance ramp to get back on the freeway. For additional work zone information, go to modot.org. For real time traffic, visit gatewayguide.com. Motorists should be aware of the …