Downtown Multimodal Study Open House January 19th, 2018

Down Town Multi-Modal study

January 16, 2018 | 2 min reading time

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City Hall will be hosting an Open house January 19th, 2018 in the Rotunda from 8am - 2pm .

If you can not attend the open house you can still live tweet the event @stlMoves.

Contact Jacque Lumsden at or 314-449-9565 with any questions about the open house event.

About the Downtown Multimodal Study

The Downtown Multimodal Study is one component of a three part Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ Grant) project of the City of St. Louis.

The project also includes Traffic Information Center Staffing, as well as a System Buildout.

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

The purpose of the Downtown Multimodal Study is to develop a robust multimodal transportation plan for Downtown St. Louis, that can be used to leverage potential future federal funding and implement transportation projects.

For more on project goals, please visit



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