Thank you for your kudos. Missouri does have a long-term transportation funding issue that will need to be addressed at some point. We all rely, on some extent, on our transportation system to move around the area and to bring goods and services to the region. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
We are working on it -- we have had to get a new location and get a new camera -- which should be here next week. I would expect the new camera to be up and active sometime between now and mid-May - hopefully much sooner. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
That is a permit project by Great Rivers Greenway -- they are building a shared use path. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
According to our traffic experts, power lines are put in well above the limits that would require signs. If you think that they are low, you should contact the power company to have them check to make sure their lines aren't sagging. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
We are on schedule for the Route 141 Design Build project. We are anticipating opening the through turns near Vance and Marshall sometime in June. Overall, we are still on track for completing the project in July 2018. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
I've forwarded this to our signals group for investigation. Thanks for bringing it to our attention. David Wrone, St. Louis County
According to my traffic team, Creve Coeur maintains those signals. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
June -- you can reach MoDOT's customer service team around the clock at 275-1500 or 1-888-ASK-MODOT. I'll let the other areas share their contact info. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
St. Louis County's Department of Transportation's Service Request number is 314-615-8538. David Wrone, St. Louis County
Our maintenance team is putting a patch on Route 109 today. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Every attempt to mitigate traffic lane closures during construction is taken - especially with the presence of major sporting venues such as the Cardinals and Blues. Sometimes though there are unavoidable circumstances that occur.
The signals on 18th are under study now by engineers. We are coordinating with the project underway at Wabash & Lansdowne to minimize delays at this intersection by the installation of detection in the NB direction. I will let you know when we have it remedied.
I'll pass it to the construction team to make sure the signing for the exit is correct. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
I have passed it along to our traffic team to check our signals. We continue to work with the city on the flow of traffic along Jefferson. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
As part of the River Des Peres Greenway extension from Lansdowne to Slay Park, the traffic operations along McCausland/Ellendale/Wabash were studied to determine what lane configuration could support normal daily traffic (approximately 11,000 vehicles per day) as well as the new greenway. Through that effort it was determined that two northbound lanes, one southbound lane, and left turn pockets would provide acceptable operating conditions for this roadway. It is acknowledged that this is different and less than the previous lane configurations, however it should be noted that the typical activity on this roadway didn't necessarily demand the number of lanes it had at the time - with negative side effects of excessive speeding. The new configuration is expected to provide a more appropriately sized and safer facility that will also serve as a critical link in the City's greenway network.
I believe Government Drive, west of the Zoo, will be reopened in June. We thank you for your patience during construction.
The City's portion of Delmar as part of the Loop Trolley project will be paved in May.