MoDOT: Glenstone Avenue Safety, Operational, Pedestrian, and Pavement Project In Springfield

Focus of Virtual (Online) Public Meeting January 19-29

Springfield, Greene County – Those interested in a project to improve traffic flow along Glenstone Avenue in Springfield are invited to view the proposed improvements and project information via a virtual (online) public meeting from Tuesday, January 19, until Friday, January 29, the Missouri Department of Transportation said.

The virtual public meeting can be accessed here:

For those unable to access the online meeting, they are encouraged to contact MoDOT’s Southwest District Office at 417.895.7600 and accommodations will be made to share the information and gather feedback.

Project highlights:

  • Proposed improvements at various locations on Glenstone Avenue from Valley Water Mill Road to U.S. Route 60 /James River Freeway in Springfield include:
    • Signal improvements
    • Sidewalk (ADA) improvements
    • Intersection improvements
    • Installation of fiber optic cable
    • Improve safety and traffic operations by managing access
  • Resurface and pavement stripe Glenstone Avenue/Greene County Route H from Stoneridge Street to U.S. Route 60/James River Freeway
  • Resurface, pavement stripe and sidewalk upgrade Nature Center Way south of U.S. Route 60 /James River Freeway in southeast Springfield

Expected traffic impacts during construction:

  • Lane closings on Glenstone Avenue at times
  • Narrowed lanes and traffic shifts on Glenstone Avenue at times
  • During higher traffic volume times, drivers can expect occasional delays
  • During the intersection work, turn lanes may be closed at times
  • Crews and equipment close to traffic in areas
  • Drivers may need to seek alternate routes to get to their destinations

Construction is scheduled to begin in Spring 2022.

The estimated project cost is $12.4 million.


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