WEST ALTON, MO (KTVI)- On the flood watch, the cleanup continues in many areas as drivers head to work today for the first time since the flooding. MoDOT says all interstates in the region are open. However, southbound Highway 67 from the Clark Bridge to the Missouri River is still shutdown because of flooding.
In the past, the company has had one lane of traffic going both ways in the higher northbound lanes. But that isn`t possible this time around because the floodwaters are so high. There is no word on when 67 south might reopen.
MoDOT officials say there are a total of seven other roads are still closed in the our area. That`s down from 58 roads closed in the St. Louis region last week.
In St. Louis city, Riverview Drive is still shutdown just south of I-270. In St. Charles County, Route 94 from 67 to Feltes road is still closed along with Routes B and C.
In Franklin County, Route T remains shutdown between Labadie and St. Albans due to a landslide. In Jefferson County, Route 61/67 at Joachim Creek is still closed as is Route AA east of route 67.
MoDOT says it is still too soon to put a price tag on damage from the flooding.