ST. LOUIS – Drivers who use Route H (Riverview) for their commute in the City of St. Louis are encouraged to attend an open-house style informational public meeting to discuss upcoming safety work on the roadway, which will be conducted later this year.
The Missouri Department of Transporation (MoDOT) announced that they will be holding the public meeting on Wednesday, May 15th, in order to share more information about the expected year-long project.
According to MoDot, the project will reduce the number of driving lanes on the route from three to two, including a median strip along much of the roadway, and will add U-turn locations at the Adrian and Spring Garden Drive intersections.
Wednesday’s public meeting will be held from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm at the Baden branch of the St. Louis City Library (8488 Church Road, St. Louis, Mo. 63147). Participants are welcome to attend at any time during the meeting.
MoDOT engineers will be in attendance to discuss information about the project, schedule, and expected impacts to commuters for the project, as well as hear concerns from residents along the roadway.
The goal of the meeting will be to 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.