St. Louis-area commuters who use the Eads Bridge may want to consider alternatives for the next three years.
Deja’ve. Again this week motorists are complaining of a bolt sticking up on eastbound 64.
Motorists from Illinois heading to events in downtown St. Louis this weekend may want to allow extra time.
We’re driving less and we’re driving more efficiently and that means less money to pay for the roads we’re driving on.
All lanes, except for the right lane, will be open by Monday.
Crews will repair pavement and joints on the ramp during the closure.
Work slows as workers are required to take more breaks, spend less time in extreme heat.
The work is being postponed because crews still need to survey work in the blasting area.
The closure beings at 8:30 p.m. Friday. One lane will open at 6 a.m. Saturday.
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