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08 August 2011

Dempsey: MoDOT to split Mid Rivers Mall traffic at Route 94 on August 12

The Missouri Department of Transportation and its contractor, Fred Weber, Inc., will split traffic lanes on Mid Rivers Mall Drive on Friday, August 12, as part of ongoing Route 364 construction in the area.

The traffic switch will take place between the morning and evening rush periods, weather permitting.

When the shift is done, traffic on eastbound and westbound Route 94 heading to northbound Mid Rivers Mall Drive will need to use a temporary signal and the north outer road to get the Mid Rivers Mall Drive. This temporary signal is just east of the new Mid Rivers Mall Drive bridge. Access between southbound Mid Rivers Mall Drive and Route 94 is not changed at this time. Traffic on Pitman Hill will need to use the south outer road, cross Route 94 at the temporary signal to the north outer road and follow the north outer road to Mid Rivers Mall Drive.

During this traffic shift, the first signals north of Route 94 (near Mobil and the McDonalds) will only allow drivers to turn right into the businesses or right out of the entrance during this shift. Drivers can use next signal (by Home Depot and St. Louis Bread Company) to make all turns onto Mid Rivers Mall Drive. Drivers can expect further changes on Mid Rivers Mall Drive in about two weeks.

This is part of a $25.5 million project to extend Route 364 from west of Central School Road to Mid Rivers Mall Drive in St. Charles County. Crews will also construct bridges at Kisker Road and Mid Rivers Mall Drive over the new route. The project is scheduled to be complete in 2012.

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