Counties Impacted
St. Louis
Route Impacted
D
Work Type
Corridor Upgrades
Planning Phase

Project Summary

MoDOT is implementing a project to address aging pavement and traffic signals, the lack of connectivity for pedestrians and all modes of transportation, and drainage improvements on Route D (Page Ave.)  from east of Pennsylvania Avenue to the St. Louis City limits.  The project will study needs of this specific segment, including a possible road diet.  MoDOT will perform a road safety audit (RSA) and will be soliciting feedback from the public in several ways throughout the project.

ROUTE D FACT SHEET

Project Milestones

In Progress
Data Collection/Traffic & Safety Study
Fall 2023
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Complete
Stakeholder Survey
December 6, 2023 - January 3, 2024

Whether you drive, walk, ride, bike or use any other form of travel along Route D, WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU.  Click HERE to share your thoughts about the Route D corridor (from Pennsylvania Ave. to St. Louis City limits).

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Complete
Public Meeting
December 13, 2023
4-6 p.m.
Midwest BankCentre, 6801 Page Ave. 63133

This is an open-house style meeting.  There is no formal presentation.  Individuals may attend at any time between 4-6 p.m.  Below are meeting slides.  Please review and share your thoughts by completing the Route D SURVEY

ROUTE D FACT SHEET

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Not Started
Conceptual Design
February 2024
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Final Design Plans
February 2025
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What improvements will be made?

  • Pavement resurfacing and new pavement markings.
  • Upgraded sidewalks to meet ADA requirements.
  • Additional sidewalks along the corridor to accommodate pedestrians.
  • Upgraded traffic signals at intersections to meet ADA standards from Pennsylvania to Skinker/Kienlen.
  • Drainage system improvements.

What will be the impact to traffic?

Right now, MoDOT is still studying the corridor.  Once construction begins (anticipated 2025), every reasonable effort will be made to reduce delays due to construction.  However, motorists using the route can anticipate daily lane closures and some night operations.

How much will the project cost?

This project is anticipated to cost $7.1 million.

 

 

 

 

 

These slides were available to attendees during the Route D open house on Dec. 13.  If you weren't able to attend the meeting, please review for additional information.  To view the complete slide, click on the link at the bottom of each. WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU. You may share your thoughts on the project by completing the Route D RSA survey HERE. The survey will be available Dec. 13, 2023 through Jan. 3, 2024.

WHO TO CONTACT

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Photo of Tabitha Locke
Tabitha Locke
Title
Area Engineer, North St. Louis County
Department
St. Louis District
Contact Info

Office:  (314) 453-1749
Email:  Tabitha.Locke@modot.mo.gov

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Headshot of Jamie Rana, Transportation Project Manager in the MoDOT St. Louis District
Jamie Rana
Title
Transportation Project Manager
Department
St. Louis District
Contact Info

Phone: 314-624-5035
Email:  Jamie.Rana@modot.mo.gov