Friday, April 5, 2013
Elected officials, community leaders and Missouri Department of Transportation managers will discuss the significance and benefits of this construction project at the Friday morning ceremony.
Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) and Washington, MO, city officials will break ground at 10 a.m. Friday, April 5, for the Missouri Route 100 widening cost-share project west of Route 47. Construction work will occur between Route 47 and High Street, and is expected to begin the week of April 8, weather-permitting. MoDOT will make the following improvements on this section of Route 100: Construction was awarded to Millstone Bangert Inc., for approximately $6.2 million. This section of Route 100 in Washington has exceeded its capacity for a two-lane roadway and can no longer handle the amount of traffic that uses it on a daily basis resulting in long traffic delays, said Kara Price, senior customer relations specialist. The …
Sunday, January 13, 2013
Missouri Department of Transportation improvements in 2012 included major renovations and upgrades to some of the busiest, local roads near Wildwood and Eureka in Franklin and Jefferson Counties.
Last year, Missouri Department of Transportation crews made significant improvements to state roadways throughout Franklin and Jefferson Counties. Many of the projects had to do with improving overall safety. “We’ve made some extensive improvements to our interchanges along busy routes and replaced important bridges to help improve safety and traffic congestion for motorists' commutes," said Judy Wagner, MoDOT’s Area Engineer for Franklin and Jefferson Counties. Specific projects included: Wagner said more projects in 2013 will include widening Route 100 from Route 47 to High Street in Washington; resurfacing Route 141 from I-55 to Routes 61/67; and resurfacing Route A from I-55 to Routes 61/67 in Festus. “We will also be focusing on …
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Look Out: This week, motorists moving through Wildwood on Missouri Route 100 are likely to see some huge yellow trucks and other equipment at work alongside this busy thoroughfare.
St. Louis' only track hole dozer owned by the state's transportation entity is in Wildwood this week. Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) crews are reshaping ditch washouts alongside Missouri Route 100 between the Metro West Fire Protection District station No. 5 at 18601 Starck Lane and Bebe's Valley Lane in Wildwood. MoDOT employee Jim Peake said Tuesday the crews relish the time they can get the sole track hole for the region scheduled for specific projects, because it can get into off-road terrains. Peake said large holes had developed in several of the drainage systems along Missouri Route 100.