MoDOT – I-70 Widening Wentzville to Independence – Missouri - Project Profile
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Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is planning to undertake the widening the Interstate-70 in Missouri, the US.
The project involves the construction of three additional lanes on Interstate-70 over 321.86km in each direction and will be developed in phases. It includes the construction of road lanes, supporting walls, service roads, toll gates, road separators, pedestrian ways, and the installation of the traffic signal and safety systems.
In 2012, MoDOT introduced a public-private partnership (PPP) bill that would turn I-70 into a toll road. Under the guidelines, the project will be implemented under PPP by a private consortium/private companies which will finance, rebuild and operate the highway.
The project also includes a new bridge at Rocheport to handle the extra lanes.
I-70 widening is one among those projects awaiting the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission approval to fund US$534 million by the proposed Constitutional Amendment 7.
Study activities on the project are underway for producing more detailed cost estimates and MoDOT is developing a number of implementation strategies based on various funding scenarios.
Planning Authority: City of Jefferson, MissouriScope
The I-70 Widening project involves the construction of three additional lanes in each from St. Louis to Kansas City in Missouri, the US.
The US$4,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of three additional road lanes
2. Construction of supporting walls
3. Construction of toll gates and bridges
4. Construction of road separators
5. Construction of pedestrian ways
6. Installation of safety systems
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