Depends on the specific area -- we have some resurfacing along I-270 between Route 100 and Page where they may close ramps for safety; we have some preparatory work north of I-44 for the Big Bend replacement project; and about a week ago, we had some work at the I-44 ramps to get some data for design work. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Great Rivers Greenway has a permit project to construct at multi-use path in that location. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Right now, we are still set to close the overpass in late May -- tentatively May 25 -- and have it closed for three months. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Grantwood Village owns Grant Road. However, St. Louis County performs a limited amount of maintenance on it - including pothole patching and plowing/salting. Absent an amendment to our service agreement with the village, St. Louis County wouldn't be involved in resurfacing or widening the road. David Wrone, St. Louis County
Jason, thanks for your efforts to share the info with Metro. The Post sets up the chats, so any combination efforts would have to be organized by them. We will try to share appropriate comments and concerns with the Metro staff when we get them. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communciations
It is a function of the signal controller programming. Peds typically time alongside an adjacent parallel vehicular phase. In general the side streets are shorter than mainline (at a minimum value of enough to safely clear peds). Mainline vehicle phases receive unused side street time from previous cycle so are sometimes longer than a previous cycle. The peds are serviced with start of green (which varies for reason above) and time out accordingly - but extended vehicle phase continues.
We will notify the contractor to verify clarity of traffic control - thanks
Our traffic engineers will see what they can figure out - appreciate the heads up to that driver behavior.
I'll have to check with the appropriate individuals to make sure. Since it's late in the chat room, I'll share what I find out next week. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications