The Association for Construction Careers, Education and Support Services is calling it quits.
The Missouri Department of Transplantation says it will close all lanes of I-70 between Pine Street and the Poplar Street Bridge Friday January 17th through the morning of the 20th.
Project Director Randy Hitt says everything from surface repairs to snow removal will be simplified.
You can find out more about how crews plan to “slide over” the eastbound lanes of the Poplar Street Bridge at a meeting set for Thursday night.
As the opening of the new diverging diamond interchange nears, MoDOT will open several ramps at I-70 and Mid Rivers Mall Drive.
The governing authority for the Saint Louis Zoo, Thursday approved the final contract for constructing the $18 million McDonnell Polar Bear Point.
Halting the project could cost St. Louis County a lawsuit from the developer, National Church Residences, but residents opposed to the project have vowed their own lawsuit if it continues.
Fire Marshal Larry Matkaitis says Friday that he received an “unprecedented amount” of public comment on his proposals, which were slated to be heard by a state panel next week.
PRIDE St. Louis Executive Director Jim LaMantia says the only reason to celebrate a jobless figure of around 20 percent is that it was up to 35 percent during the Great Recession.
MoDOT expects to open the westbound portion of the bridge by late summer.