I have forwarded this to our signals group, and will post a reply to your concerns in an upcoming Road Crew. David Wrone, St. Louis County
We're improving Laclede Station Road from Murdoch and Newport - a total of one-half mile of roadway. Our contractor currently is removing and replacing damaged curbing and sidewalk panels, and building wheelchair-accessible ramps, after which this segment of the road will be resurfaced (i.e., the existing pavement will be removed and new pavement put in its place). Work is expected to be complete by the end of this year. I can't provide specific dates for specific lane closures, because work of this nature is very fluid, but also subject to weather delays and delays of other natures. The best I can offer is that motorists will be encountering lane closures of varying lengths of time for the duration of the project. David Wrone, St. Louis County
Two separate, major projects are under way on this stretch of Big Bend. Missouri American Water Company is installing 10,000 feet of new pipe beneath the southbound curb lane of Big Bend. They're expected to be finished with this work by early autumn. St. Louis County recently began a $3.58 million improvement project on Big Bend, from Manchester north to Delmar (a total of three miles). Our contractor is currently removing and replacing deteriorated curbing and sidewalk panels, and building wheelchair-accessible ramps. After this work is complete, this section of Big Bend will receive a new driving surface. Our project will extend into the summer of '20. David Wrone, St. Louis County
St. Louis County maintains this portion of Clayton Road. We are in the middle of a $3.8 million improvement project on the road, from Skinker west to the city limits of Ladue. Work began last fall. Our contractor is still performing concrete replacement work and wheelchair ramp construction. When that work is complete, Clayton Road will receive a new driving surface. We expect to have the job done by this fall. David Wrone, St. Louis County
Yes, right now, crews are working on the eastbound bridge. When that is completed, and we're expecting this to happen fairly soon, traffic will be shifted back onto the (now completed) eastbound bridge so the contractor can work on repairing the westbound bridge. We are expecting all the bridge work to be complete and the interstate fully open at Shrewsbury (including the ramp from Shrewsbury to EB I-44) by mid-July. Once the interstate reopens, there are several other tasks, including some work under the bridge, and a new driving surface on I-44 in the area, that will be completed before fall. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Is there a specific time and direction you are seeing the issue you mention -- the more information you provide, the better traffic engineers can determine any possible adjustments. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Thanks -- I'll pass it along to the traffic engineers. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Thanks -- I have shared that information with the traffic engineers in that area. If I hear anything back from them, I will share it with you here. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Yes, once that project gets started, you should be able to use all of the ramps -- just the bridge across Lindbergh will be fully closed. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Dave Wrone had to step out for another meeting, so he asked me to grab his questions and he'll respond in a future chat. Thanks! Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
I've passed it along to our maintenance crews to check into for repairs and evaluate it for a more permanent repair. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Our traffic engineer will check out the timing as well as the need to maintain left turns only on green arrow.
Our traffic engineer will verify, but I don't believe any changes were made at this location recently. We'll see if the equipment is malfunctioning.
That would be an issue for either the municipality that the intersection is in, and the appropriate law enforcement organization that handles that municipality. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications