The road will be compliant with ADA standards starting next year.
Lemay Ferry Road
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Friday, March 2, 2012
Starting March 15, the main entrance will be closed because of sidewalk construction.
The main entrance to Mehlville High School will be closed for 10 days from March 15-25 because of sidewalk construction on Lemay Ferry Road. Students and residents are expected to enter and exit the school grounds using the south entrance of the parking lot. The south entrance is only accessible by making a right turn going northbound on Lemay Ferry Road, according to a district release. Exiting the campus, drivers can only make a right turn going north on Lemay Ferry. The St. Louis County Police Department prohibits left turns going in or out of the south entrance. The district recommends using Victory Road and Mehlview Court for turning around. The closure coincides with Mehlville's spring break as school resumes March 26. The …
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Heading out this weekend? Here are a few tips to make your trip smoother.
The Missouri Department of Transportation announced the following work zones from Feb. 2 to Feb. 8. In South County: In West County: In downtown St. Louis, remember the eastbound I-64 exit ramp at 6th street is closed for the next two weeks.
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
The sidewalks will run in between Buckley and Lindbergh.
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) released a new project at a public meeting Wednesday that will build sidewalks on Lemay Ferry Road from Buckley to Lindbergh in compliance with ADA standards. The sidewalks will be on the east side of Lemay Ferry and will be 6 feet wide with wheelchair access. The project, estimated to cost $1 million, will be federally funded. MoDOT will be taking bids from contractors in September and hope to start construction in October for completion by January, or in the spring if weather delays progress, said Kristy Yates, MoDOT’s area engineer. Aside from new sidewalks, the modification will improve Metro bus stops along the route, widening their platforms and making them ADA compliant. “The …