The contract has been awarded, but we are waiting for the material to come in before the work begins. Right now, we are anticipating the sign work will begin sometime in the next two months. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
We have found that red or green arrows are more intuitive than red or green balls. Typically, we will use them, where appropriate, when we are upgrading (or repairing) a signal, but don't use them for through indications. We will check this out to make sure that everything is correct. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Glad to hear - we'll take a look at the other locations you mentioned. Thanks!
We have a resurfacing project currently scheduled for that section of Route 340 in summer 2021. I have asked our maintenance team to check into this area to see if any repairs need to be made before our project next year. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Thanks for sharing your insights. If you have specifics where you believe the wrong indicator is being used, we can pass it along to our traffic engineers to verify.Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
We're presently waiting for our contractor's paving team to complete projects unrelated to this job. We expect resurfacing to begin on this section of Big Bend in late June or early July. David Wrone, St. Louis County's Department of Transportation
Flooding was a major issue preventing us from completing the connections for the shared used path on the Warren County side of the bridge. It looks like we should be able to get back out in the next week to begin final grading and trail construction. If everything goes as planned we should be finished on the Warren County side in the next couple months which will allow us to open the shared use path across the bridge. We also have to remove the rock causeway on thee Franklin County side under the bridge that includes removing the rock causeway that extends out into the river along with River dike restoration. We should be done this summer, barring any additional flooding. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
You're welcome! Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications