Map of the North Riverfront Business Corridor. Exhibit 1, locater map, from the St. Louis Development Corporation's (SLDC) “Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for Consultants for the Port/North Riverfront Land-Use Study."
Credit (SLDC RFQ, July 9, 2010)
North Riverfront Business Corridor aerial photo. Looking north: Municipal River Terminal on lower right, Produce Row in center, I-70 on left, Tri-/City Port on upper right. Exhibit 2 from the SLDC RFQ.
The engineering firm HNTB has been studying the 3,000-acre area for the city, to figure out what’s needed to turn it into a freight transportation hub. The city also wants to attract new businesses and jobs.
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Mo. Gov. Nixon to sign legislation related to disability issues
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is preparing to sign legislation addressing several physical and mental disability issues. The governor has scheduled a signing ceremony for this morning at Paraquad Independent Living Center in St. Louis.
MoDOT project manager Greg Horn said workers are still out on the piers six days a week, 20 hours a day. But the flooding - the river is about five feet above flood stage - means crews can only work at about 60 percent efficiency.