MoDOT to unveil Route 109 road work plans

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(KTVI)- MoDOT and the city of Wildwood have been looking at ways to improve the safety and flow of traffic on Route 109 from Clayton Road to Route 100. Their plans call for two new roundabouts and widening improvements along this section of road.

The project would widen Route 109 to four lanes from Route 100 to Clayton, with a roundabout to the Pond-Grover Loop Road and a roundabout at the westbound Route 100 intersection. The project also includes a pedestrian tunnel and bridge and extending of Pond-Grover Loop Road to the west

Construction will begin in mid-August 2013 and is expected to take one year to complete. Approximately 20,000 vehicles use the stretch of road daily.

The will unveil their plans at an informational public meeting on Tuesday, July 30, between 4:00pm-7:00pm at the Wildwood City Hall. Drivers are encouraged to come to the meeting to ask questions and voice any concerns about the road work.

Those who cannot attend can view the same information on a virtual public meeting webpage. The link will be live after noon July 30 and available until August 13.