David Wrone, spokesman for the St. Louis County Department of Highways and Traffic said most of the main roads have been treated.
In some ways, computers make ideal drivers: They don’t drink and then climb behind the wheel.
A water main break at Tucker Blvd. and Clark Ave. could mean traffic delays for sports fans heading downtown Wednesday.
IDOT says work on eastbound lanes at East St. Louis completed ahead of schedule.
The Missouri Department of Transportation announced closures to heavily traveled areas in St. Louis.
The worst of the storms have passed through St. Louis and moved into southwestern Illinois but the leftovers are still causing problems.
A semi-tractor trailer carrying books flipped on northbound Lindbergh Boulevard near I-70 this afternoon.
The auxiliary lock could be closed for another day or two.
High winds and blowing snow are adding to driving difficulties.
Whether you are leaving town for the holidays or planning the easiest routes to holiday events and entertainment, this holiday travel guide will help you avoid traffic, get to your destination more quickly and take some of the stress out of holiday travel.