Public Open Houses
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT), in close coordination with East-West Gateway Council of Governments and Metro, is in the final stages of a planning and environmental linkages study called Envision I-70. The study takes a high-level look at what I-70 is today, and envisions what it can be in the future. The area under consideration begins just west of the I-70/I-64 interchange in Wentzville and continues through the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge complex to the end of the express lanes in downtown St. Louis City.
Over the past few years, MoDOT has gathered feedback from thousands of members of the public, as well as area stakeholders and experts, to inform their planning for this critical part of our region’s infrastructure. Now they are hosting two public meetings to share what they have learned. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend whichever date works best for you!
JULY 2018 PUBLIC MEETING PRESENTATION AND HANDOUT:
Wednesday, July 18
5:30 – 7:00 pm
O’Fallon City Hall
100 N Main Street
O’Fallon, MO 63366
March 30, 2017 Public Meeting
On March 30, 2017, the project team held the first of two public meetings to be conducted as part of this study. This meeting was held at the Normandy Government Center in Normandy, MO. MoDOT officials and the project team welcomed the public in an open-house setting. Easels held large-scale images of the entire corridor being studied. Guests were invited to review the boards, ask questions, and share their experiences. Feedback from the public included topics such as intersection challenges and development opportunities along the I-70 corridor. A summary of this public meeting is available below.
The I-70 online survey was open for 90 days and collected 2601 completed surveys from people across our region. The summary report of these findings is now available, and will inform the planning and environmental linkages report for this study.