That is a unique intersection given its configuration. There is a study underway already to develop an improved configuration for improved safety and efficiency of operation. Hope to have more to share soon.
Although it is definitely an interesting idea, it would be challenging to pull off due to the current requirements for social distancing. In addition, much of the work is traveling from area to area and then working on a problem area for a short time. We have done some tweet-alongs with our emergency response teams and our maintenance teams. We'll see what we can do, but it may not be something that gets done anytime soon. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
I've passed along your concern to our striping team. Plowing and the treatments we use to keep roadways clear during the winter are very tough on stripes, so we usually do have to do a refresh when temperatures get warm enough. I have also reached out to our maintenance leadership team on your concern about the water at Harwood and Manchester. If I hear anything back from them before the end of chat, I'll share it with you. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Many bridges will shake when there is a heavy vehicle driving on them. The bridge met the standards in force when it was constructed, and we thoroughly inspect all bridges on the state system at least once every two years. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
The I-70 Blanchette Bridge project remains on schedule. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Our contractor is scheduled to begin work on Graham/St. Ferdinand in the middle of May. When work is complete, this stretch of road will be resurfaced from Dunn north to Lindbergh. Additionally, deficient sidewalk and curbing will be replaced and many dozens of wheelchair-accessible ramps built. David Wrone, St. Louis County's Department of Transportation.