MoDOT holds public meeting to discuss Route 231 in St. Louis County

ST. LOUIS – Residents who use Route 231 between Franru Lane and the city of St. Louis limits may want to attend an upcoming open house style public meeting about the corridor.

The meeting is Tuesday, March 28 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Hancock Place School District Central Office, 9417 S. Broadway, St. Louis MO 63125.

“We are interested in hearing about the various concerns that any of the users along the corridor may have.  We are in the early stages of looking at this corridor for a resurfacing project that will start in early 2025.  This is the perfect time to find out concerns about pedestrian crossings, sidewalks, transit locations and any other concerns user might have about being able to use the roadway effectively, no matter how they choose to travel along it,” said Ryan Pearcy, MoDOT St. Louis area engineer for southwest St. Louis County.

In this area, Route 231 follows Telegraph between Franru and Laredo, Kingston Drive between Laredo and Grant Road, and South Broadway between Grant Road and the city limits.

During the meeting, MoDOT engineers will seek information from the community about their concerns, desires and vision for the corridor.

There will be no formal presentation. Participants may attend the meeting at any time between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. March 28.

People who require a reasonable accommodation to fully participate in this event, can contact Stuart McNeil before March 24 at or call or text 314-370-3104 to discuss your accessibility needs.

For those who are unable to attend the meeting in person, the information shared during the meeting as well as a survey form is available at Route 231 safety and resurfacing | Missouri Department of Transportation (  People are welcome to view the information and provide comments about the roadway until Tuesday, April 11.

This meeting will allow the public to share their thoughts and concerns about the corridor and to provide comments, either directly to the engineers or through the survey, on those concerns.


Districts Involved
St. Louis