Downtown St. Louis Transportation Study Updates

The Downtown Multimodal Study includes a signal timing plan, a robust multimodal transportation network, as well as a Protected Bike Network Plan.

October 12, 2017 | 2 min reading time
Downtown Multimodal Transportation Study 2017

The City of St. Louis knows the importance of talking  about the future of our Downtown transportation system.

Visit the newly updated Downtown Transportation Study website and find the latest information gathered from the recent Downtown Multimodal Study Workshops hosted by The City.

The 8 half-day workshops were scheduled around various transportation topics. Each workshop consisted of different activities to gauge citizen feedback on important topics for the study. 

Walkabouts also took place downtown throughout the engagement week with interested participants. The Walkabouts covered various pedestrian, commuter, and ADA compliant services that the downtown area offers or needs improvement.

During the workshops the following topics were discussed: 

  • Bike Information
  • Event Traffic Management
  • City Traffic
  • Pedestrian Information
  • General Questions
  • City Parking
  • Transit Opportunities
  • Hot Spot Downtown Locations
  • Policy issues (freight/travel demand/curbside issues)

More workshops and another public meeting are planned (exact dates TBD).

For more information contact Jacqueline Ann (Jacque Lumsden) at JLumsden@cbbtraffic.com (CBB Transportation Engineers + Planners) or at (314) 449 – 9565.

  • Department:
    Department of Streets
    Department of Public Safety
    Street Division
    Traffic and Lighting Division
  • Topic:
    Transportation
    Infrastructure
    and Utilities
    Urban Development and Planning
    Leisure and Culture
    Community
    Environment

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