Sewer Pipes Crumbling as Officials Look Into RepairsUnderground pipes that carry fresh water and sewage are crumbling due to old age.
Bridge Repairs Begin Next MonthWork that was supposed to completely shut down one direction of a major interstate in the Metro-East this past weekend has been rescheduled for early next month.
St. Patrick's Center Closes Due to Water IssuesEfforts continue to repair the water main break that is impacting parts of downtown St. Louis and the Soulard neighborhood.
Ladue Road Closes for RepairsA major repair project that will close a stretch of Ladue for more than two months.
'Meeting of the Waters' Closed for RepairsThe water is gone from the Meeting of the Waters fountain across from Union Station
MoDOT Has Bigger Plans, Lacks a Bigger BudgetGreg Horn, MoDOT District Engineer for the St. Louis region, says all the construction may just be an illusion of new and sustainable.
Aging St. Louis Ambulance Fleet Faces Uncertain FutureFunds from Proposition F on the April ballot would pay for seven new ambulances.
Missouri Lawmakers Look for Road Money Beyond Usual PlacesIn about two weeks, House Republicans hope to send the Senate a budget that includes roughly $30 million to revive the Missouri Department of Transportation's cost-sharing program.
Missouri Receives $1M for Road, Bridge Repairs after FloodsThe Federal Highway Administration on Friday announced the emergency relief funding.
$40 Million Renovation Expected to Extend Capitol Building Life A $40 million renovation project is underway at the Capitol. It includes a number of phases to be completed over multiple years in different portions of the building, according to Office of Administration Director of Communications Ryan Burns.
Small Town Awaits Help from Stan KroenkeSilva explains that the town needs $60,000 to pay off the bank for roof repairs to the Cole Camp History Museum, a building that includes mention of the Kroenke family in the town of Mora, just three miles down the road.
Missouri Candidates for Governor Gather at State FairMost of Missouri's potential Republican candidates for governor expressed opposition Thursday to raising taxes for transportation funding, as they gathered under the same tent with other politicians to shake hands with voters at the Missouri State Fair.

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