The St. Louis Children’s Hospital (SLCH) staff garage entrance and exit along Duncan Avenue is scheduled to reopen June 22, and the garage entrance and exit along Newstead Avenue is scheduled to close. The Newstead entrance will be reconfigured as part of a new road to provide additional access to the parking garages on Duncan and is expected to remain closed for six weeks. Newstead Avenue, however, will remain open.
Starting Feb. 25 and continuing for about two months, the intersection of Duncan and Newstead avenues will close as a Metropolitan Sewer District storm sewer line upgrade continues. Sections of Duncan east of Newstead have been closed during the project but will reopen when the intersection closes. Boyle is expected to reopen this spring.
As part of an ongoing road construction project, the Tower Grove Avenue bridge over Interstate 64/Highway 40 will be closed for about two weeks, beginning Monday, Feb. 3. When the bridge reopens, it will remain open until March 7 (tentatively), when it and the Boyle Avenue bridge will be closed for demolition.
The Missouri Department of Transportation project to construct a new interchange at Tower Grove Avenue and replace four bridges over Interstate 64/Highway 40 is on schedule to be completed mid-2014. Employees should note some changes that may affect their commutes. Some closures and openings are weather-dependent.
Washington University School of Medicine employees and students should be aware of an upcoming Interstate 64/Highway 40 construction project that, when completed, will greatly enhance access to the campus, but will create disruptions for travelers in the coming months. The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT), in partnership with Washington University Medical Center, is set to […]