Counties Impacted
Cape Girardeau
Project Status
Planning Phase
Route Impacted
Interstate 55

Project Details

The Exit 93 interchange that connects southbound traffic on Kingshighway to Interstate 55 or Route 74 could benefit from reconfiguration. The bridge in this location, referred to as a “flyover,” is in poor condition. The flyover was constructed in 1961 and now carries more than 6,000 cars a day. The flyover is in need of replacement soon.

MoDOT has discussed this need with the City of Cape Girardeau and the Southeast Metropolitan Planning Organization. Together, we have explored the long-term future of the interchange and what additional improvements could be made in regard to reconfiguration. In addition, MoDOT has also heard from many area businesses.

Funding is not currently secured for an extensive reconfiguration project at Exit 93.

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JOIN US: Upcoming Community Briefing

The Missouri Department of Transportation will hold an open house community briefing from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21 to discuss the Exit 93 interchange in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. The meeting will be held at the Cape Girardeau Career & Technology Center, located at 1080 S. Silver Springs Rd., Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

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SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS!

Exit 93 Interchange in Cape Girardeau County

The Exit 93 interchange that connects southbound traffic on Kingshighway to Interstate 55 or Route 74 could benefit from reconfiguration.

As you think about the long-term future the of the Exit 93 interchange, please consider the following:

Safety

  • Do you have any safety concerns related to the current interchange?
  • Is the current interchange configuration easy to navigate?

Service

  • Does the interchange meet the current needs of travelers?
  • Do you consider this area or nearby roadways to be congested?

Stability

  • What are the long-term goals for this location?
  • Are any factors impacting the usability of this interchange?

Please share your comments by Feb. 4, 2020.

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