It’s almost like we’re back to square one. Snow falling overnight and early this morning have made roads, ramps and bridges slick.
On both sides of the Mississippi River the battle to clear the roads continues, but slow, steady progress is being made, according to area transportation officials.
I-270 seems to be running close to speed limit.
“We’ll be plowing and salting the same time, and we’ll continue to do that until the storm has passed,” St. Louis County spokesman says
St. Louis area crews plowing and treating roadways covered with wet, heavy snow.
Transportation officials will celebrate the completion of the bridge on February 8, 2014 and open it up for the traffic the next morning.
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.
Combined, the airports contribute more than 100,000 jobs with a payroll of $3.1 billion.
MoDOT’s Interim District Engineer Greg Horne says annual funding has gone from $1.3 billion a few years ago to a projected annual budget of $430,000.
“Sometimes if we hadn’t done that before, the first time out we had broken hoses, and, you know, different connections that wouldn’t work properly”