The demolition of the Lindbergh Bridge in Hazelwood will close lanes of 270

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — A complete closure of a section of Interstate 270 in northern St. Louis County could get in the way of residents’ weekend plans.

Crews will close all lanes of 270 near the old Lindbergh Bridge in Hazelwood from 9pm on Friday in a bid to demolish it. The old Lindbergh Bridge no longer carries traffic. Instead, MoDOT crews have built a new port. Much of this interchange will open on Friday and will help with traffic diversions this weekend.

This is all part of MoDOT’s ongoing $278 million project to make major improvements to 270 in the northern St. Louis County area. These improvements are designed to reduce congestion and increase safety.

All lanes on 270 were due to reopen by 5am Monday.

https://fox2now.com/news/missouri/tear-down-of-lindbergh-bridge-in-hazelwood-closes-lanes-of-270/ The demolition of the Lindbergh Bridge in Hazelwood will close lanes of 270

Sarah Y. Kim

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