Summary of Highway 40 Shutdown Trouble Spots

In preparation for “Manic Monday”, I thought readers might appreciate a summary of the trouble spots seen so far with the Highway 40 (I-64) shutdown. As you know, things haven’t been all that bad so far, but the conventional wisdom is that Monday will show increased traffic loads as people return from the holidays.

Shown on the map below are all the slow areas and trouble spots, as identified by MoDOT and St. Louis County in their daily briefing reports and rush hour traffic summaries. I have to give credit to MoDOT and St. Louis County for their work here. It’s seldom that you see government respond to issues so quickly and with as much transparency as we’ve seen in the first few days of the shutdown.

Just click on the icons or routes for more information. You can also view the full map here.

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