More details on I-64 reconstruction released | St. Louis Public Radio

More details on I-64 reconstruction released

St. Louis, MO. – The firm that's in charge of the reconstruction of Interstate 64 in St. Louis is releasing more details about the project.

Gateway Constructors say the first phase of the $535-million project will begin next month with the demolition of several houses in Sheridan Hills, at the northeast corner of I-64 and I-170.

Then, the rebuilding of the I-170/I-64 interchange begins in earnest in March, with three lanes of I-170 reduced to two in each direction between I-64 and the Galleria Parkway.

Also in March, ramps on the south side of the Galleria Parkway and ramps from Hanley Road to westbound I-64 will be closed.

April will see work starting on the Kingshighway intersection.

The entire project is expected to be completed by 2010.

I-64 Reconstruction Schedule February 2007 - Demolish homes in Sheridan Hills (I-64/I-170) March 2007 - Reduce I-170 to two lanes in each direction from I-64 to Galleria Pkwy. - Ramps on south side of Galleria Pkwy. closed permanently - Both ramps from Hanley Rd. to westbound I-64 closed for rebuild April 2007 - Rebuild starts at I-64/Kingshighway; reduce Kingshighway to two lanes in each direction Later 2007 - Bridges close at Tamm Av., Bellevue Av., Boland Av., and Highland Terrace for replacement PUBLIC HEARINGS ON CONSTRUCTION
(all run 4-7 p.m.) - Jan. 30: Science Center (Planetarium)
- Feb. 6: Brentwood Middle School
- Feb. 13: County Library on Lindbergh