ST. LOUIS – Drivers who use Route 61/67 (Lindbergh) between Route 100 (Manchester) and Route D (Page) in St. Louis county may want to join a virtual public meeting TODAY discussing an upcoming project.

The Missouri Department of Transportation will hold the virtual open house-style informational public meeting TODAY to share information about an upcoming project to resurface Lindbergh Boulevard between Swan and Page. The project starts in 2023, and includes sidewalk and pedestrian signal updates. Part of the project involves a three month full closure of Lindbergh, south of Conway, to replace the Deer Creek bridge in summer 2024. Information about the project and a comment form is available for viewing until July 7, 2021. Individuals can visit the WebEx virtual meeting TODAY between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.

To view available information, or to login to the virtual meeting on June 23, visit:

On the webpage and during the meeting, MoDOT engineers will share information about the project, schedule, and expected impacts to commuters for the project, discuss the proposals and hear concerns from residents along the roadway.

There will be no formal presentation. Participants may log in at any time during the open house style virtual meeting.

      This meeting will allow the public to get information about the project and to provide comments, either directly to the engineers or in written comments, on potential impacts due to the construction of this project.



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