Wednesday, April 17, 2013
One blogger thinks there needs to be more traffic signals along the South Outer 364 service road in O'Fallon. What do you think? Where should there be more or less traffic lights?
One O'Fallon resident's quest to see a traffic signal installed on the South Outer 364 road is sparking conversation among O'Fallon Patch readers about whether city officials need to take notice. "Could someone please look into how a stoplight can be installed at the entrance to the Villages at Dardenne?" Patch blogger John Patrick Malone wrote in a post on O'Fallon Patch. "There have been 3 bad accidents at this intersectction in just the last 2 months and those are just the ones I am aware of. Someone is going to get seriously hurt or killed before long, and I hope it is not me or better yet anyone." Malone's blog post got the attention of more than a dozen other O'Fallon residents. Here's what they had to say about the issue: Tracy …
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
The Missouri Department of Transportation will hold a meeting to discuss the schedule for phase 3 of the Route 364 Page Avenue Extension Project on March 26.
The Missouri Department of Transportation will hold an open house from 4 to 7 p.m. March 26 at St. Charles Community College to answer questions about phase 3 of the Route 364 Page Avenue Construction project. MoDOT recently awarded the contract for the $118.2 million project. Construction on the final phase of the Route 364 extension project is expected to begin in May and be completed by Fall 2014. The Crews will build a four-lane highway between Mid Rivers Mall Drive in St. Peters and the Route N and Interstate 64 interchange in Lake Saint Louis. The road will continue from Mid Rivers Mall Drive through farm land or flood plains out to Route K and then out to Bryan Road. Anyone interested in seeing maps of the project is invited to …
Thursday, January 31, 2013
O'Fallon will cough up more than $2 million to help fund the final phase of the Route 364 extension project on the condition that officials build interchanges along the highway at Highway K and Bryan Road.
The City of O'Fallon has agreed to put up $2.25 million to help cover additional costs for extending Route 364, based on the state committing to build interchanges or bridges at Highway K and Bryan Road, the Suburban Journals reports. Route 364—or the Page Avenue extension—now connects Maryland Heights to St. Charles County but will ultimately offer motorists an alternate route from Interstate 270 in Maryland Heights to Highway 40 near O'Fallon. According to the report, Steve Bender, O'Fallon's public works director, said it is not certain enough money would be available for interchanges at Highway K and Bryan Road. From the report: The agreement approved by the council states “MoDOT must commit to providing a grade-separated …
Thursday, August 30, 2012
The six-mile stretch from Harvester Road to Mid Rivers Mall Drive officially opened to drivers Thursday afternoon.
Underneath the new Central School Road overpass, the ribbon was cut early Thursday to symbolically open the second phase of the Route 364 project. Officials from St. Peters, St. Charles County, the Missouri Department of Transportation and representatives of both the state and federal governments convened to celebrate the opening of the second phase of the Page Avenue Extension. Ed Hassinger, MoDOT St. Louis District Engineer, said the project was opening two months ahead of schedule and one million under budget. The newly-finished six-mile stretch from Harvester Road to Mid Rivers Mall Drive is slated to open to drivers officially sometime Thursday afternoon. Before drivers took the new Route 364, the officials celebrated the long road …
Thursday, July 26, 2012
The second phase of the Page Avenue Extension, a six-mile stretch from Harvester Road to Mid Rivers Mall Drive in St. Peters, is expected to open two months earlier than planned.
The second phase of the Route 364 project is opening ahead of schedule. The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) announced Thursday that the second phase of the project will be ready for traffic on Thursday, Aug. 30. The opening date is two months ahead of schedule. The second phase of the project is a six-mile stretch from Harvester Road to Mid Rivers Mall Drive in St. Peters. A ribbon cutting ceremony has been scheduled for 9:30 a.m. on Aug. 30 to officilaly open the new strech of the Page Extension. MoDOT expects the road to be open for traffic later that afternoon. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the second phase was built with $2.25 million coming from the city of St. Peters and $3.7 million from St. Charles County…
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Page Phase 3 Design-Build Contract to start in early 2013.
The third phase of Route 364, the Page Avenue extension, through the heart of St. Charles County is funded for construction to start in 2013. The project’s location from Route 94 and Mid Rivers Mall Drive to Route N and I-64 has been approved for nearly 20 years. Residents, businesses and commuters interested in learning about Route 364 Page Phase 3 are invited to attend a public meeting from 4-7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25 at the St. Charles Community College Rotunda. Missouri Department of Transportation staff will be available to discuss the proposed corridor, property needs, and schedule to hire a Design-Build contractor in early 2013. The meeting will be an open house, so the public is welcome to attend at any time between 4…
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Highway K at Route 364 South Outer Road was shut down for several hours after a fatal four car accident on Thursday afternoon.
Thursday, September 22, 2011
A four-car accident on Highway K left one dead and two injured on Thursday. O'Fallon Director of Public Relations Tom Drabelle said a 52-year-old Dardenne Prairie woman was killed, while another woman and a three-year-old child were taken to a nearby hospital with injuries. O'Fallon Police shut down a section of southbound Highway K at Route 364 South Outer Road on Thursday afternoon. The accident occurred at 3:10 p.m. near the intersection of Highway K and Pheasant Point. O'Fallon Patch will update with more information as it becomes available.