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Drivers are encouraged to avoid a section of Mid Rivers Mall Drive starting tonight.

MoDOT is shutting down the Mid Rivers Mall Drive Bridge over Interstate 70. One lane in each direction on the bridge will close at 7 p.m.  Then at 11 p.m., crews will close the entire bridge for paving work.

The bridge should reopen Wednesday evening.

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   All lanes of Interstate 70 have reopened after a water main break near Jennings Station Road caused a large sink hole to form Wednesday afternoon.  

   Traffic on westbound I-70 was down to one lane through rush hour and much of the evening.  

   Missouri American Water crews worked well into the night to fill the hole, re-pave the road and reroute water to local customers.  

   Water Company Spokesperson Ann Dettmer says the 12 inch line broke because it was old and overused.  Dettmer says as the ground dries up, it doesn't provide as much support.  

   Engineers will consider whether to replace the main or reroute water service around it permanently.

 

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   MoDOT has issued a traffic advisory for part of Interstate 70 in St. Charles County Tuesday night.  

   Two of four westbound lanes between Mid Rivers Mall Drive and Highway 79 are closed for construction until 5 a.m.  

   Crews will be paving a new westbound ramp and the new fifth lane of westbound I-70 as part of the diverging diamond interchange. 

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Several lane and ramp closures are headed to 270 in North County Wednesday and Thursday night.

Starting at 10 PM Wednesday, MoDOT crews will close the two left lanes on westbound 270 between 170 and Lindbergh. The closures will end by Thursday at 5 AM.

Then on Thursday night, crews will close the ramp from westbound 270 onto Lindbergh at 9PM. An hour later they will close the right lane between 170 and Lindbergh. Lanes and ramps should reopen by 6AM Friday.

Detour information can be found at modot.org.

 

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