Monthly Archives: January 2016

Posted 7:09 am, January 22, 2016, by Danielle Scruggs ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- Police are investigating after a pedestrian was struck and killed Friday morning on westbound I-64/40 before Hampton Avenue. All westbound lanes of the highway were shut down for close to four hours following the accident. Police say the man was walking in the […]

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Jefferson City Lawmaker calls for big flags on bikes

St. Louis Post Dispatch – January 18, 2016 10:38 am  •  By Kurt Erickson JEFFERSON CITY • Beginning in August, Missouri bicyclists would have to attach a brightly colored flag to their bikes if they want to take a spin down a county road under a proposal introduced in the state Legislature. The measure, sponsored by state Rep. Jay Houghton, […]

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Proposed changes to Gravois include lane reductions, signal upgrades

January 12, 2016 5:30 pm  •  By Leah Thorsen Changes proposed for Gravois Avenue include reducing some lanes for vehicles while adding lanes for bikes, as well as upgrading lighting and signals. A Missouri Department of Transportation plan would reduce the roughly 1.5-mile stretch of Gravois between Christy Boulevard and Chippewa Street from four lanes to three. It also would […]

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