Welcome to the I-270 North Project


Rendering of an interchange

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Public Meeting

MoDOT is committed to making information available to the public so it is hosting a virtual public meeting due to growing health concerns surrounding the coronavirus.

Build. Progress.
Together.

In the spring of 2020 MoDOT will begin work on a project to enhance operations, improve safety and better link communities within the I-270 corridor. Listen to what residents have said about the project.

Build. Progress.
Together.

In the spring of 2020 MoDOT will begin work on a project to enhance operations, improve safety and better link communities within the I-270 corridor. Listen to what residents have said about the project.

Build. Progress.
Together.

In the spring of 2020 MoDOT will begin work on a project to enhance operations, improve safety and better link communities within the I-270 corridor. Listen to what residents have said about the project.

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Announcements and Traffic Alerts

Announcements

Live Chat with the I-270 North Team! (closed)

Submit your questions about the I-270 North Project by 6:00 pm Wednesday, March 25. I-270 North team members will submit questions and answers no later than 6:00 pm Thursday, March 26 on this website or will respond directly to individuals with questions no later than 6:00 pm Thursday, March 26.

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There are no traffic alerts posted at this time. Please check back.

Rendering highlighting the new design for the I-270 and Lindbergh Interchange looking east.

Project Questions

What

The I-270 North Design Build Project will improve mobility on the mainline, at interchanges, and on the outer roads. It aims to reduce traffic congestion faced by local users and interstate travelers.

Where

Interstate 270 North (I-270N) from James S. McDonnell Boulevard to Bellefontaine Road in St. Louis County.

When

Construction is anticipated to begin Spring 2020 and completed December 2023.

Why

The I-270 project is needed to improve current conditions on I-270, including outdated highway design, deteriorating infrastructure, and reducing traffic congestion.

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What we are hearing

I'm looking forward to the changes they are going to make in North County. I think it's well overdue and I care about the area that I live in. ”

— Mrs. LaVerne Mahoney

Our community will flourish, it will look better, it will be better. When people come up and down 270 or West Florissant they will see our facelift and I'm quite sure they will be coming back. ”

— Mrs. LaVerne Mahoney

I'm really pleased to see that they are starting that now. We really need that as I mentioned before and I think people will really appreciate it. ”

— Dr. Rance Thomas

… may slow down traffic temporarily for a certain period of time but again it's important to renovate the highway and make traffic even better in the long run. That's the important thing. In the long run. ”

— Dr. Rance Thomas
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