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(From MoDOT): The bridge over Hibler Creek, just east of Mason Road on Ladue Road, is old and needs to be replaced.
The project will begin on Monday, May 11.
The project is scheduled to be completed by August 11.
The road will be closed on Route AB at the bridge over Hibler Creek. This bridge is located east of Laduemont Drive and west of Chasselle Lane.
This project affects drivers who regularly use Route AB between Interstate 270 and Mason Road.
(From MoDOT): MoDOT did evaluate replacing the bridge half at a time. Since Ladue Road is only two lanes in this location, that would require a 24-hour signal to direct one lane of traffic at a time through the work zone, and would significantly back up traffic on Ladue Road. In addition, the project would take significantly longer to complete, which would impact traffic into the fall, including school traffic.
Route 340 (Olive Blvd), Interstate 270, and Route 141 can be used to detour around the closing.
No, MoDOT has plans for the bridge, barrier, and sidewalk as part of this project. Entering a construction site is dangerous and should be avoided.
Detour routes can be found at this link, provided by MODOT.
Chasselle Lane and Laduemont Drive will continue to have cut thru restrictions from 7:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The Creve Coeur Fire Protection District has plans in place to work around the closure. As a backup, they also have a great relationship with both the Monarch Fire Protection District and West County EMS & Fire through mutual aid agreements. The Creve Coeur Police Department will continue to patrol the area in addition to having an increased presence to aid in “cut thru” and speed enforcement.
MoDOT is responsible for the planning and project management.
Contact MoDOT Customer Service at 314-275-1500.
If you have questions, you can contact Police Officer James Grandstaff at 314-442-2075.