During the last chat, we had a comment about Deer Creek and the vegetation being removed along the banks during construction. MoDOT's portion of that project is completed, and we have placed rock along the section we worked on to provide erosion control. There is still a project underway being done by Brentwood (Brentwood Bound) -- you would need to check with them for specifics, but there should be vegetation or rock there, depending on their plans. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
If you had a green arrow for the right turn, the person going eastbound technically had a green arrow for the left turn onto New Halls Ferry -- they should have yielded to you to make the U-turn. I will share your observation with our traffic team for the area to see if they think that a "No U-Turn" sign would be appropriate. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
Thanks -- I have passed that along to our traffic team to see what the issue may be. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications.
In a recent Road Crew, a chat participant asked if we have any plans to improve Laclede Station/Hanley Road between Manchester and Marshall. We do. Under our current schedule, we'll be resurfacing Laclede Station/S. Hanley between Manchester and Newport in '25/'26. David Wrone, St. Louis County's Department of Transportation.
Yes, the developer is supposed to maintain and return any pavement to the original condition as a part of the permit work. I've asked our permit team to check this area and see if there are repairs that need to be made. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
I suspect that new traffic-detecting sensors still need to be installed in the pavement approaching this signal, but I'll forward your query to our signals group for a definitive answer. David Wrone, St. Louis County's Department of Transportation.
There is supposed to be some work in that section of Route 141 this year, although I don't believe the project has been awarded yet. If I get more on that, I'll let you know. Do you have the time when you are seeing the issues at Lindbergh and St. Charles Rock Road (and direction) -- that will help our traffic team determine if there is an issue. We no longer have flashing yellows overnight -- it simply isn't safe. Typically what should happen is the roadway with the most traffic on it stays green, and then the detection picks up vehicles on the cross-street and then changes. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communication
Thanks -- I've passed that along to our traffic team to check into. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications
I've passed along the pothole report for Route 100 and McKnight. I've shared your request on the work zone signage with our construction team overseeing the I-55 project. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communiations
The City of Rock Hill maintains this signal. We'll touch base again with the muni on this subject. David Wrone, St. Louis County's Department of Transportation
Thanks so much for the kudos. Andrew Gates, MoDOT Communications