MoDOT is seeking public input on the I-70 corridor from where it intersects with I-64 through the express lanes in downtown St. Louis.
How will Interstate 70 (I-70), and the area around it, look in the future? What changes would be welcome and what should be preserved? What multimodal considerations should be included? Now you have an opportunity to share your ideas about this critical part of our region.
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is taking a high-level look at what I-70 is today, and envisioning what it can be in the future. A new study, managed by MoDOT, in close coordination with East-West Gateway Council of Governments and Metro, will look at the area of the interstate beginning just west of the I-70/I-64 interchange in Wentzville and continuing through the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge complex to the end of the express lanes in downtown St. Louis City
The area includes a vibrant mix of residential, commercial, and industrial land uses. Whether you use I-70 for your daily commute, to transport goods across the country, to reach school, or to travel to and from the many activities St. Louis has to offer, MoDOT wants to hear from you!
To provide your input, visit www.envisioni70.com, where you can take a brief survey, share your ideas for the I-70 corridor, and learn more about this study. Please feel free to share this link with colleagues, neighbors, friends, and others who use I-70 for business or personal travel.
You can also share feedback and learn more at an upcoming public meeting MoDOT will hold related to the I-70 study on Thursday, March 30, 2017, from 5 – 7 pm. The meeting will be in the Normandy Government Office Courtroom located at 7700 Natural Bridge Road in Normandy, MO, 63121