Let’s Talk Transportation! Stay Informed About Road Projects in Our Community

We’re just a couple weeks away from spring, which means road construction season is about to begin. Your support keeps St. Charles County’s transportation infrastructure improving and growing. Voters approved a ½-cent Transportation Sales Tax in 1985 and reauthorized it three times to allow for road improvements that enhance mobility and safety. Join us for two events to learn more about what’s happening with road construction in our community:

  • The Route 364 Page Extension (pictured above at Highway 40/61) is a necessary and valued thoroughfare in our community.To improve traffic flow and stimulate economic development, a project to add interchange ramps and other improvements on the route at Gutermuth Road is in the planning stage. Learn more at an open house from 4-7 p.m., Thursday, March 8, at Cottleville City Hall, 5490 Fifth St., Cottleville. Interested persons can attend at any time during the open house; there is no formal presentation.

    Read more about the open house and project online. For questions, call the St. Charles County Highway Department at 636-949-7305.

  • Learn about the development, maintenance and improvement of roads and traffic flow throughout the county at the #SCCMore Speaker Series, “Let’s Talk Transportation,” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 20, at the St. Charles City-County Library’s Kathryn Linnemann Branch at 2323 Elm St. in St. Charles. County Manager of Roads & Traffic Amanda Brauer and County Engineer Craig Tajkowski will lead the presentation and take your questions. The event is free, but registration is requested. Register online or contact St. Charles County Community Relations Manager Molly Dempsey at 636-949-7900, ext. 3724, or mtdempsey@sccmo.org

Throughout the year, stay informed about local road projects by visiting these sites:

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