We had a question last week about Lindbergh -- MoDOT picks up maintenance responsibility from Kirkwood just north of Big Bend. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications.
It would be helpful for our engineers to be a little more specific about your concern -- which direction(s) at which time(s) for instance? The congestion on I-64 in the morning and evening rush between McCausland and Kingshighway tends to back up traffic that is trying to turn left at the Hampton and I-64 intersection. We, and the city, monitors this corridor and continuously make adjustments. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
If you live in unincorporated St. Louis County, our personnel can take a look at them. Please email me at email@example.com, and provide streets and the general location of the blocked inlets. David Wrone, St. Louis County
Several years ago, we designed and built a round-about at Vaile and Old Halls Ferry Road in Spanish Lake. Traffic at this intersection was too dense for stop signs but insufficient to warrant signals. However, "money" is always a factor. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your thoughts. I'll pass them on to our Highway Planning staff. David Wrone, St. Louis County
I assume you are speaking about northbound Hampton? Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Do you have specific locations on southbound Lindbergh -- I can pass them along to our maintenance and utility teams to check into. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
We currently have no plans to re-pave Dorsett between Pheasant Run and Marine. David Wrone, St. Louis County
MoDOT accepts bids from any contractor that meets the Missouri qualification requirements, outlined on our web page here. Besides the traffic impacts, we also have to consider the impacts to the residents in the area; night-time work can be exceptionally noisy. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications.
I'll forward your report to our signals group. Thanks for sharing it. David Wrone, St. Louis County
We have no project currently scheduled to resurface Dorsett between Pheasant Run and Marine. David Wrone, St. Louis County
The lanes on the I-44 project at Shrewsbury are standard 12-foot lanes, except for the inside lane in each direction, which is 11-foot. It is a work zone, which is why we set speed limits below the standard interstate speed limit. We live and work in the St. Louis area, which means driving through our work zones regularly -- including daily for some of the people in the St. Louis City area. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
In previous weeks, the City received comments about the difficulty in making northbound left turns in the morning rush at the signalized intersection of Lansdowne & River Des Peres (at the Shrewsbury Metro entrance) - resulting in some rogue motorist behavior of turning right (to the east) and then a subsequent U-turn (back to the west) to bypass the long vehicle queues. Our traffic engineers performed peak period observations and modified the timing to alleviate some of the vehicular delays being experienced in that northbound left turn movement. We were able to provide additional time without sacrificing the overall performance of the intersection for all motorists. We will continue to monitor activity at this location to see if the changes hold up. Thanks for your patience.
Thanks, I'll pass it along. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
I have passed it along to our signal team. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Funding is in place for redesign of the Compton Bridge to occur in FY19, however no funding is secured yet for construction. We anticipate applying for federal funds in 2021 for construction.
We regularly get complaints for any work done at night along the I-44 corridor in the city; in addition, night work tends to be more expensive, due to the need for additionally reflective clothing, lighting, etc. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
In the plan you're viewing on-line, parking will be allowed in those areas that are designated with a "P." So, yes, existing parking spaces WILL be eliminated. However, please note that parking is actually now prohibited along this stretch of road - a restriction that is, from my understanding, not enforced. We expect the project to begin and conclude in 2019. David Wrone, St. Louis County
I'll need to refer your observations to our Traffic Studies group. Please look for a reply in a future Road Crew. David Wrone, St. Louis County
Not at this time. It is a project that we would like to pursue, but at this time, we have nothing planned and no funding identified for any work on eastbound Page to southbound I-270. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Generally speaking, the road with the most traffic on it (Lindbergh) gets the most signal time. Which rush period are you speaking of? I can ask our traffic team to check it out. Andrew Gates, MoDOT COmmunications