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State Bicycle Map & updates                   all              Entire state


                                              Numbered state
Shoulders on all highways                     highways       Statewide




Shoulders. Shoulders, shoulders, shoulders.   All              Entire state




                                              All US, MO, CO,
Require Sharrows when striping roads          TW, CI roads    All Cities
                                                US, MO, CO,
Require walk signals every cycle every signal   TW, CI rd       Entire state

                                                All Interstate
                                                highways in the
Interstate Bike Parallel Routes                 state           Entire state
Driver's License Exam update                    all--see desc   All




Statewide Bike/Ped/ADA Strategic Project list   All             Entire state




Missouri State Trail Plan                       All             State of Missouri
                                                  road from St
                                                  Joseph Mo to
Bike trails connect St Joseph to Iowa/Kansas City Atchison KS    St Joseph




Gene Field Mode Preservation, St Joseph         I-29 Bridge      St. Joseph




Gene Field Mode Preservation, St Joseph         I-29             St. Joseph




Cook Road Mode Preservation, St Joseph          I-29             St. Joseph
                                                           St. Joseph - CC Village -
Business 71 Shoulders north of St Joseph   Bus. 71/U.S. 59 Savannah




                                           U.S. 59/St.
59 Shoulder Addition, north St Joseph      Joseph Avenue St. joseph - CC Village




U.S. 169 Shoulders/Sidewalks, St Joseph    U.S. 169         St. Joseph




                                           U.S. 169 (Belt
Belt Sidewalks North, St Joseph            Hwy.)            St. Joseph
                                  U.S. 169 (Belt
Belt Sidewalks South, St Joseph   Hwy.)            St. Joseph




U.S. 759 Sidewalks, St Joseph     U.S. 759         St. Joseph




U.S. 59 Sidewalks, St Joseph      U.S. 59          St. Joseph




Rt. E Sidewalks, Savannah         State Rt. E      Savannah
Rt. T Sidewalks, Savannah                Rt. T             Savannah




Frederick Ave. Sidewalks, St Joseph      State Rt. 6       St. Joseph




                                         State Rt. YY
Rt. YY Sidewalks, St Joseph              (Mitchell Ave.)   St. Joseph




U.S. 169 South Sidewalks, St Joseph      U.S. 169 South    St. Joseph




                                         Various in        St. Joseph - CC Village -
Bike Friendly Bridge Grates, St Joseph   Metro             Amazonia
Hwy M crosswalk, Barnard                    Hwy. M         Barnard




                                            US Route
                                            24/Commercial
Waverly Pioneer Trail Sidewalk              Street        Waverly, Missouri




Shoulders on Hwy 65 south of Chillicothe    Hwy 65         Chillicothe




Hwy Z/State Hwy C "Share the Road" signs,   Hwy Z, State
Chillicothe                                 Hwy C          Chillicothe
                                             hwy 190 n side
                                             of chillicothe
bike/walking lanes on Hwy 190, Chillicothe   running west   chillicothe




                                             Hwy 63 near
Widen shoulders on 63 near Moberly           Moberly         Moberly




Sidewalk through Macon                       Hwy 63          Macon
                                            State Hwy 157,
                                            State Hwy 6
                                            (the project
                                            would reroute
                                            bicycle and
                                            pedestrian
                                            traffic off these
                                            roads--see
Forest Lake Area Trail System, Kirksville   below)            Kirksville, MO




                                            Missouri Route
Sidewalks on MO Route 3 in Clifton Hill     3              Clifton Hill
Shoulders on Bus 61/Hwy B Wakonda, LaGrange, Business 61/   Canton, La Grange,
Canton                                       Highway 'B'    Lewis County




Winfield Sidewalks to Schools                MO 47          Winfield
                                             Route W, Hwy
Hannibal "Ring" Connection Bike Path Route   61, & Hwy 168   Hannibal
                                              Hannibal City
                                              Street-Bridge
                                              Street. or
                                              County Road
River Road Railroad Crossing, Hannibal        410             Hannibal




                                              Route "J", "W",
                                              Hwy 24, 107, &
Mark Twain Lake "Circle" Route, Monroe City   154             Monroe City, MO
Downtown Hannibal Route Identification   Hwy 79   Hannibal




Taylor - Old 61 connector                Hwy 61   North of Taylor
Hermann Bridge/Katy connector   Hwy 19         Hermann




Washington Katy Connector       MO 47, MO 94   Washington - Dutzow
Hwy 350 intersections in Raytown          MO 350   Raytown




Complete Hwy 350 bicycle access through
Raytown                                   MO 350   Raytown
Hwy 350 bicycle/pedestrian path   MO 350   Raytown
Hwy 78 simple ped connection over Blue River,   Hwy 78/23rd
Kansas City                                     Street        Kansas City
                                            Hwy 78 (23rd
Hwy 78 bike lanes through Independence      Street)         Independence




                                            Rt W, I-435, US
Route W and Three Trails, Kansas City       71, I-470       Kansas City




                                                            Lees Summit/Kansas
Hwy 350 Bike Accommodations, Lee's Summit   Rt 150          City
                                                              Kansas City/Lee's
I-470 Scenic Route, Lee's Summit                 I-470        Summit




Bike Lane/Signage on US 291, Lee's Summit        US 291       Lees Summit




                                                              Blue Springs/Lake
Continuation of Hwy 7 Bike Lanes, Blue Springs   Hwy 7        Lottawana




Central Clay County to south of river, Liberty            169 Liberty




KC Greenway                                      I-70         Kansas City
KC Riverfront Trail                             I-70          Kansas City, MO




                                                5th & Beardsley
RHT- Viaduct Connector, Kansas City             to KS           KCMO




HWY 78 to Bundschu Rd, Independence             HWY 7         Independence




Shoulder/sidewalk on 291 Bridge, Lee's Summit   US 50         Lee's Summit
Shoulder/sidewalk @ Langsford/291 in Lee's
Summit                                       M-291    Lee's Summit




Bike 40 Hwy, Kansas City                     US 40    Kansas City




Shoulders on Hwy 45 Parkville-Weston         Hwy 45   Weston
                                        45/59/71       Parkville, St. Joseph,
Quad States Trail, NW Missouri          Option         Savannah & Maryville




Shoulders widened, 24 hwy & route 65,
Lexington to Marshall                   24 hwy 65 hwy Lexington to Marshal




                                        US 169 N to MO
                                        DD to MO F to
                                        MO F & Litton Kansas City &
Metro North to Smithville Lake          Way F          Smithville




Hwy 150 Trail, Kansas City              Hwy 150        KCMO
O'Brien Rd US 50 Hwy Overpass Shoulder and
Sidewalk Improvements, Lee's Summit             U.S. 50 Highway Lee's Summit




Shoulders on Colbern Road over State Rte. 291   I-470 and MO-
and I-470, Lee's Summit                         291              Lees Summit




Multi Use trail on State Highway RA south of U.S.
50 Highway                                        State Route RA Lee's Summit




Shoulders for Murray Road (outer road to U.S. 50 U.S. 50 Highway
Highway), Lee's Summit                           Corridor        Lees Summit




Bridge Reconstruction at I-470 to accommodate
bike/ped, Lee's Summit                          Interstate 470   Lees's Summit
Bike Lane Striping and Signage for Lakewood
Blvd. Underpass for Interstate 470, Lee's Summit Interstate 470    Lee's Summit




Shoulder improvements for Blue Parkway (outer
road for US 50 Highway), Lee's Summit         U.S. 50 Highway Lee's Summit




Shoulder and Sidewalk improvements for Blue
Parkway (outer road to US 50), Lee's Summit      U.S. 50 Highway Lee's Summit


Shoulders and Sidewalk for Raintree Parkway at   Intersection of
Intersection of MO-150 and MO-291, Lee's         MO-150 and
Summit                                           MO-291            Lee's Summit




Sidewalks on Liberty Drive in Liberty            Liberty Drive     liberty
                                    Missouri 9,
                                    Missouri 183,
MO 9 Kansas City, North access      US. Route 69    Kansas City




Riverside to Gladstone connection   US Route 69     Kansas City
Shoulder and Sidewalk on Highway 9 in Parkville Highway 9          Parkville




                                               Missouri river
Levee roads to bike paths, Kansas City         levee roads         Kansas City




River crossing at Rte 78 and Little Blue,
Independence                                   Rte 78              Independence




Trail on Vivion Road, Kansas City                               69 Kansas City




Shoulders on N. Oak - HWY 283, Kansas City     HWY 283             Kansas City, MO
                                                   Bannister Road
Bike Lanes on Bannister Road, Kansas City          (Route W)      Kansas City




                                                   Valley
                                                   Rd/Belleview
                                                   Ave at Gregory
                                                   Blvd AND Valley
Pedestrian/cyclist crossings on Valley/Belleview   Rd at Meyer
in KCMO                                            Blvd            KCMO




                                                                  Parkville, Riverside,
Route 9 shoulders, Parkville                       Route 9        and North Kansas City
Fairfax Bridge access ramp, Riverside        US 69             Riverside




                                             I-70, I-670, I-35,
Downtown Loop Bridges, Kansas City           I-29               Kansas City




                                                               Kansas City and
Route 45 Trail, Kansas City                  Route 45          Parkville


                                                               Kansas City, Lee's
                                                               Summit, and
Route 150 Trail, Kansas City                 Route 150         Grandview




                                                               Independence and
KC-Independence connections across I-435     I-435             Kansas City




Hwy 9 Trestle underpass, North Kansas City   HWY 9             NKC / RIverside
                                                    Gilliam 47th st.
Gilliam Road KC                                     to downtown      Kansas City




                                                                    North of Blue Springs
Shoulders on Hwy 7 from Hwy 78 to Bundschu                          (maybe in
Road, Blue Springs                                  MO Hwy 7        Independence?)




                                                    I-70 and Woods
exit 18 woods chapel over i-70, Blue Springs        Chapel Road    Blue Springs




Continuation of Little Blue Trace trail under I-70,
Independence                                        I-70            Independence




pedestrian crossing signals, crosswalks, sidewalks Hwy 9, NW
and bike lane son/near Highway 9                   72nd Street      Kansas City
pedestrian crossing signals, crosswalks, sidewalks Hwy 9, NW
and bike lanes on/near Highway 9, KC               72nd Street     Kansas City




                                                   roughly
                                                   parallels MO    Kansas City,
Rock Island Multimodal Rail/Trail, KC-Katy Trail   350 & US 71     MO/Windsor, MO




Downtown Kansas City Bike trails                   Grand, Main st. Kansas City
Hwy 45 trail through Parkville   Hwy 45    Parkville




Hwy 150 trail Kansas City        Hwy 150   Kansas City
Hwy 152 trail Kansas City              Hwy 152       Kansas City




Sidewalks on Hwy 9 through Parkville   Hwy 9         Parkville




                                       DD, Johnson
Wider shoulders on DD, Warrensburg     Co., MO       Warrensburg
                                              Johnson County
                                              DD, MO 23 and
                                              Johnson and
Warrensburg to KATY trail Windsor, via Knob   Henry Counties
Noster State Park.                            WW.            Warrensburg




Shoulders on route WW, Columbia               WW            Columbia




Ped access on route B through Hallsville      Route B       Hallsville
                                        Route TT
Ped X-ing on Rte TT in Columbia         (Broadway)   Columbia




Columbia/Harrisburg, Route E shoulder   Route E      Columbia to Harrisburg
Hwy 763 Sidewalks and Bike Lanes, Columbia   Hwy 763 & I-70 Columbia




                                             S. Providence
                                             Rd. (163) and E.
East shoulder on Hwy 163 So. of Hwy 740,     Stadium Rd.
Columbia                                     (740)            Columbia




                                             Hwy 163 and
                                             Mick Deaver
Paint curbs at Hwy 163 and Mick Deaver Dr.   Drive at MU
intersection, Columbia                       Reactor Park    Columbia




                                             New Haven
Roundabout needed LeMone/Lenoir St./New      Avenue off Hwy
Haven Avenue off 63/AC, Columbia             63             Columbia
                                               Clark Lane
                                               between Paris
Clark Lane Pedway in Columbia                  Rd. and US 63    Columbia




Pedestrian and bike treatments on Stadium Blvd. Stadium Blvd.
crossings in Columbia                           State Hwy 740   Columbia




                                               Route B / Paris
Bike Lanes on Route B in Columbia              Rd              Columbia
Shoulders on Route WW from Rangeline east to      Route
Fulton, Columbia                                  WW/Route F   Millersburg




College and Broadway Intersection, Columbia                 763 Columbia




Shoulder/sidewalk on Clark Lane, Paris to US 63,
Columbia                                         I-70          Columbia




Route K, Columbia                                 Route K      Columbia




Providence Corridor transportation and land use
plan, Columbia                                              163 Columbia
Stadium and Broadway Intersection, Columbia                763 Columbia




Shoulder on St. Charels Rd, south of I-70 in   St.Charles Rd in
Columbia, Columbia                             Columbia.        Columbia




                                               Hwy 5 and
Hwy 5/Rt B junction Boonville pedestrian       Cooper County
crossing,                                      Route B       Boonville




                                               Hwy 740,
Pedisterian crosswalk on Hwy 740 in Columbia   Stadium Blvd.   Columbia
5/54 overpass walkway, Camdenton                  Hwy 54        Camdenton




Missouri Boulevard Project, Jefferson City        Business 50   Jefferson City




Dunklin Street Trail Head to Main Street, Along
Wears Creek, Jefferson City                       Hwy 50        Jefferson City




Mo River Bridge to Katy Trail Greenway Spur,
Jefferson City                                    Hwy 63        Jefferson City




Under HWY 179 (North of Frog Hollow Rd) ,
Jefferson City                                    Hwy 179       Jefferson City
                                                    Missouri State
                                                    Prison
Marshal St to Ellis Porter/Riverside Park (Prison   Redevelopment
Redevelopment Site), Jefferson City                 Site           Jefferson City




Highway 179 under Highway 50, Jefferson City        Highway 179     Jefferson City




Multi-Use path S. Hwy 65 in Sedalia                 Hwy 65          Sedalia
The Katy Trail Missing Link, Sedalia             4th Street       Sedalia




Off-Ramp on Katy Trail @ 65 Hwy, Sedalia         Hwy 65           Sedalia




Hwy 65 shoulder access, Sedalia                  Hwy 65           Sedalia




Cross-walk Buttons, Sedalia                      Hwy 65 and 50 Sedalia




                                                   4th Street,
                                                   Emmett Street,
Painted Lane on Katy Trail on Sedalia City Streets Boonville Road Sedalia
Painted cross-walks at Katy Trail intersections,
Sedalia                                            Katy Trail      Sedalia




                                                   Winchester
                                                   from Hwy Y to
Access to Walmart, Sedalia                         Main Street     Sedalia




Sedalia Signage                                    Hwy B           Sedalia
Pave shoulders Marshall to Higginsville   Hwy 20   Marshall, Higginsville
                                                 20th street
Bicycle / Pedestrian lane - Grand Avenue along   (alternate route
20th to near Hwy 65, Sedalia                     to 16th (Y hwy) Sedalia




Hwy 65 bike lanes, Lincoln                       HWY 65          Lincoln




Shoulders on Hwy 109/Babler Park, Wildwood       Hwy 109         Wildwood




Olive Clarkson, Chesterfield                                340 Chesterfield
Shoulders on Hwy 94 near St Charles/Marthaville Hwy 94          Marthasville




Route 141/Meramec River, Valley Park           Route 141        Valley Park




Discovery Bridge Bikeway, St Charles           Interstate 370   St. Charles




Route 66 Bridge in Eureka                      Old Route 66     Eureka
North Berry Rd, Glendale                          N Berry Road    Glendale MO




Expansion of KATY Trail Parking Lot in Defiance   Hwy 94 S.       Defiance




Restore shoulders to Ladue/Clayton Roads          Ladue/Clayton   Ladue




Pedestrian crossing, Bicycle activation Union     South Lindbergh Saint Louis County
Road @ S Lindbergh Blvd, St Louis County          Blvd; US 61/67 63125/63129
Shoulders on 141 across Meramec River in Valley
Park                                            Highway 141   Valley Park




Shoulders on EB Hwy 30 Meramec Bridge
Crossing-- Fenton                             Highway 30      Fenton
Arnold City Park - Jefferson Barracks Connection Telegraph Road Arnold




                                               Richardson
Safe Shoulder on Richardson Road, Arnold       Road and I-55   Arnold




Daniel Boone bridge bike lane, Chesterfield    Hwy 40/64/61    Chesterfield/O'Fallon




Bike Lane Telegraph Road, Oakville             Hwy 231         Oakville
Shoulders on Hwy D & DD in SW St Charles         Hwy D and Hwy
County                                           DD            Defiance, MO


                                                    Lindbergh Blvd,
                                                    US 50, 61, 67 @
                                                    Sunset Office
Ped crosswalks & traffic signal at intersections in Park Drive, and
Sunset Hills                                        Monica Dr       Sunset Hills, MO 63127
                                                    1) I-44 at
                                                    Meramec River
                                                    Bridge; 2) I-270
                                                    at Rott Road; 3)
                                                    I-270 at
City of Sunset Hills Ride Into the Sunset Trail and Sappington
On-Street Bikeway Elements                          Road             Sunset Hills, Missouri




                                                                      Lambert-Saint Louis
                                                                      Airport, Edmundson,
                                                   I-70 at Air Flight Saint Ann, Woodson
Air Flight Crossing at Lambert-St. Louis           Dr.                Terrace
I-70 exit ramp at Branch Street, St Louis      I-70           St. Louis




                                              1-64
                                              Interchanges,
                                              Manchester      Brentwood, Clayton,
Mid-Metro 4 On street Bike Routes -Brentwood, Road, Clayton   Maplewood, Richmond
Clayton, Maplewood, Richmond Heights          Road            Heights




Bicycle & Pedestrian Access from Creve Coeur   Marine &
Park to the Lake, Maryland Heights             Dorsett Rds    Maryland Heights
                                      Kirkwood Road,
Dangerous Drainage Grates, Kirkwood   and Old Gravois Kirkwood/Sunset Hills
Valley Park to Fenton bicycle access          Hwy 141   Valley Park




Meramec River bike/ped bridge near Hwy 141,
Valley Park/Fenton                            Hwy 141   Valley Park/Fenton
Improve shoulders, fill sidewalk gaps on
Olive/Clarkson in Chesterfield                              340 Chesterfield




                                               Missouri
                                               Highway 30
Gravois Avenue Pedestrian and Cyclist          (Gravois
Improvements, St Louis                         Avenue)          St. Louis




                                               All roads with
Bikes Allowed Full Use of Lane Signage in St   Share the Road St Louis County/St
Charles/St Louis counties                      signage        Charles County
Bikeway on Boone Bridge, Chesterfield             Interstate 64/40 Chesterfield MO




Bike/Ped Bridge or access over I-64 near Hanley                       Richmond Heights
Rd, Richmond Heights                                               64 63117


                                                  Choteau, 3rd
                                                  Street,
                                                  Lafayette, 9th
Continuation of Riverfront Bike path through      Street, 12th
Soulard, St Louis                                 Street             St. Louis
                                                 Right where
                                                 Rute K and M
Route K, Route M way to get under I-70, O'Fallon Connect        O'Fallon


                                                Adams west of
Shoulder on Adams in Kirkwood                   Geyer           Kirkwood




Greenway to Cliff Cave Park from Jefferson      Koch Rd to      Oakville / St. Louis
Barracks, Oakville                              Bussen Rd.      South County

St. Louis County Clayton Road shoulders         Clayton Road    Town and Country




Add Improved Shoulders / Bike Lanes Route 109,
Wildwood                                       Route 109        Wildwood
Crosswalk on Highway 141 in Fenton by
Dierbergs/30                                    MO 141           Fenton




                                                                 Wildwood/Franklin
Add Shoulders/Bike Lanes, Route T, Wildwood     Route T          County




Meramec SP Bike Trail, Sullivan                 Hwy 185          Sullivan




                                                Highway N -
                                                New
                                                Florissant/North Florissant, Calverton
                                                Florissant/South Park, Ferguson, Cool
Bike Lanes on Florissant Road near Florrisant   Florissant       Valley, Normandy
Access to Busch Wildlife Area and Hamburg Trail
from Barat Haven/Winghaven, O'Fallon            I-64            O'fallon




Lindell Blvd Bike Lane, St Louis                 Lindell Blvd   St Louis




                                                 Route 366,
Chippewa Crossing @ River Des Peres , St Louis   Chippewa       St. Louis
                                              Hwy 100
                                              Manchester
St Louis, MO East/West Corridor, Maplewood    Road              Maplewood




Bridge/walkway over 141, Manchester/Ballwin                 141 Manchester/Ballwin




Tenbrook Road, Arnold MO, sidewalks from      Hwy 61/67 -
Jeffco to Woodridge                           Jeffco Blvd       Arnold
Highway 141 Meramec crossing, Valley Park        Hwy 141        Valley Park




Bike path/lane on Hy-141 in Twin                                Twin Oaks and
Oaks/Manchester                                  Hwy-141        Manchester




Bike/Ped crosswalk on Hwy 141, Twin Oaks         Hwy-141        Twin Oaks




Painted bike lanes on Big Bend Rd, Ballwin/Valley
Park                                              Big Bend Rd   Ballwin/ Valley Park
Clayton Road Upgrade, Town & Country          Clayton Road    Town & Country. MO




Shoulders on Upper Bottom from Old Upper
Bottom to 364 in St. Charles                  Upper Bottom    St. Charles




Banshee re-stripe, Florrisant                 Banshee Rd.     Florissant




Sidewalk/shoulder connection 61/67 over       Hwy 61-67,
Meramec River, Arnold                         Lemay Ferry Rd. Arnold




Sidewalk completion and streetscape, I55 at   Interstate 55 @
Butler Hill, St Louis                         Butler Hill Rd.. SAINT LOUIS
                                                McDonnell
                                                Blvd/Banshee/Li
                                                ndbergh/Natura
                                                l
                                                Bridge/Lambert
                                                Int. Blvd/Air
Lambert Bike Loop, Hazelwood                    Cargo Rd        Hazelwood/Berkley




                                                Creve Coeur
Pattenville H.S. Bike Route, Maryland Heights   Mill Rd.       Maryland Heights

Creve Coeur Park to Westport Link, Maryland
Heights                                         Marine Ave     Maryland Heights




Ped accommodation on Hwy 141 Meramec River
Bridge, Valley Park                        Hwy 141             Valley Park
Sidewalk Renovation along Hwy N in Cottleville    Hwy N      Cottleville




Crossing of Hwy 171 at Frisco Greenway Trail in
Webb City                                         Hwy 171    Joplin/Webb




Crossing of Hwy 171 at the Ruby Jack Trail near
Carl Junction                                     Hwy 171    Carl Junction




Bike lane along Range Line Road from Newman
to Zora, Joplin                                   U. S. 71   Joplin




Bike lane along Highway D from Hwy 171 to Hwy
96, Webb City                                 State Highway D Webb City
Bike lane along Hwy D from Hwy 96 to Alba,
Oronogo                                           Hwy D     Oronogo




Bike Lane on Hwy V near Diamond                   Hwy V/J   Diamond




Crossing of I-44 at Duquesne Road in Joplin       I-44      Joplin




Crossing of I-44 ramps at Range Line Road, Joplin I-44      Joplin




Shoulder of Gateway Drive to Neosho               MO 175    Neosho




Shoulders on Hwy 43 near Lamar                    Hwy 43    Lamar
Bike Lanes for Student Safety in Nevada     N. Ash      Nevada, MO




Shoulders and Bike Lanes on SR 43, Nevada   HWY 43      Nevada to Bronaugh




City of Nevada ADA Sidewalk Project         Hwy 54      Nevada




Sidewalks on Highway H, Pleasant Hope       Highway H   Pleasant Hope
                                               most 2 Lane
                                               Roads in &
                                               around Webster
                                               County, MO BB,
Shoulders on roads in Webster County, MO       A, B, K, etc.  Seymour, MO




Traffic signal pedestrian / bike crossing
improvements on intersections, Routes 65, 76   Routes 65, 76
and 165, Branson                               and 165.        Branson




Shoulders, intersection improvements on
Christian County Ozark - Nixa Corridor         Highway 14      Ozark and Nixa
                                                James River
Crossing the James River Freeway, Springfield   Freeway (US60) Springfield MO




Springfield North Glenstone Avenue Sidewalks,   Business Loop I-
Springfield                                     44               Springfield, Missouri




Springfield West Kearney Street Sidewalks,
Springfield                                     State Route 744 Springfield, Missouri
Springfield Chestnut Expressway Traffic Signal   I-44 Business
Pedestrian Features                              Loop            Springfield, Missouri




                                                 Highway 13
Pedistrian Bridge on Hwy 13 in Bolivar, MO       South           Bolivar, MO




Shoulders on State Road N near Johnson Shuts
Ins                                              State Road N    Centerville




Shoulders/interchange on Hwy 63 north of Rolla Hwy 63            Rolla




Improve sidewalk on Hwy E/I-44 interchange,
Rolla                                            Hwy E/I-44      Rolla
Hwy 63/Kingshighway Interchange                  Hwy 63 &
improvements in Rolla                            Kingshighway     Rolla




                                               Following
                                               highways: E, Y,
                                               C, F, 72, T, P, O,
Share the Roads Signs on common bicycle routes B, V, CC, J, and
near Rolla                                     M                  Rolla




Shoulders of Hwy BB in Rolla                     Hwy BB           Rolla
Share the Road Signs on frontage roads near   I-44 frontage
Rolla                                         roads           Rolla




Sidewalks on Hwy 8 in Potosi                  Hwy 8           Potosi




                                              Route BB, Co.
                                              Rd 3110
                                              (Country Club
                                              Road), Co. Rd
Rolla to St James Pedestrian Bikepath         3120            Rolla, St James
Shoulders on Hwy 106 between Ellington and
Eminence                                       Hwy 106        Ellington to Eminence




Wider shoulders on MRT north of Cape Girardeau the M.R.T.     cape girardeau>north




                                               Highways 51 &
Perryville PATH                                61            Perryville




Sidewalk on Highway 34/72 in Jackson           Highway 34/72 Jackson




Shoulders on Hwy 32 near Bismarck              Hwy 32         Bismarck
                                                               City of Iron Mountain
Bike/Walk Trail around Iron Mtn. Lake          Lakeshore Drive Lake




Shoulders on Hwy B near Park Hills             Hwy B           Park Hills




Highway W (Columbia St)--shoulders and share   Highway W
the road signs near Farmington                 (Columbia St)   Farmington,MO




Sidewalks and Bike Lane Henry Street in
Farmington                                     Route H         Farmington




Jefferson Elementary Sidewalks and Crossing,   D and EE
Farmington                                     Highway         Farmington




Highway 32 Cross Walks, Farmington             HIghway 32      Farmington
Location                   Estimated project Source of project On the    Add-on to     On a national
                           cost              cost estimate     MoDOT     an existing   bike route or
                                                               system?   MoDOT         other national or
                                                                         project?      cross-state
                                                                                       route?




Entire State                              0                 0X


                                          Just my best
Statewide                  10,000,000,000 guess               X




                                          Just my best
Statewide                  10,000,000,000 guess               X




                           10% increase in
                           lane striping
                           portion of
Every Intersection being   existing        Just my best
striped                    projects.       guess              X
                                  Just my best
Every Stoplight   $500 per signal guess


                                  Just my best
whole state             5,000,000 guess
                           Just my best
State of Missouri    5,000 guess

                           Estimate by a
                           layman with
                           some
                           experience with
Missouri            30,000 similar projects X




                           Estimate by a
                           layman with
                           some
                           experience with
Missouri            50,000 similar projects X
                                     Just my best
St Joseph                          0 guess




Gene Field Rd. Bridge over
I-29                          40,000                   0




                                     Preliminary
                                     estimate by a
Gene Field Rd. Bridge over           professional in
I-29                          40,000 the field             X




                                     Preliminary
                                     estimate by a
                                     professional in
Cook Road Bridge over I-29   300,000 the field             X
                                    Preliminary
                                    estimate by a
County Line Road to State           professional in
Rt. E                       880,000 the field         X




                                    Preliminary
                                    estimate by a
Savannah Rd. to K Hwy and           professional in
County Line to Bus. 71      480,000 the field         X




                                    Preliminary
                                    estimate by a
169: Belt to east of I-29           professional in
(Rochester Rd.)             460,000 the field         X




                                    Preliminary
                                    estimate by a
County Line Rd. South to            professional in
Frederick                   990,000 the field         X
                                       Preliminary
                                       estimate by a
U.S. 169 (Belt): Frederick             professional in
South to I-29                2,900,000 the field         X




                                      Preliminary
                                      estimate by a
U.S. 759: U.S. 36 to                  professional in
Stockyard Expressway          970,000 the field          X




                                      Preliminary
                                      estimate by a
U.S. 59: Maxwell Rd. to               professional in
Savannah Rd.                  230,000 the field




                                      Preliminary
                                      estimate by a
Rt. E: Bus. Rt. 71 to                 professional in
Catalpa                       250,000 the field          X
                                              Preliminary
                                              estimate by a
Rt. T: S. 9th Terrace to Co.                  professional in
Rd. 424                               950,000 the field         X




                                              Preliminary
                                              estimate by a
Rt. 6: Woodbine to U.S.                       professional in
169                                   450,000 the field         X




                                              Preliminary
                                              estimate by a
                                              professional in
YY: Belt to Rt. AC                  1,340,000 the field         X




                               $2% of 169     Just my best
U.S. 169: I-29 to Rt. AC       rebuild        guess             X




                                              Just my best
St. Joseph Metro.                     100,000 guess             X
Within the city limits from
a point @ the intersection            Estimate by a
of Hwy M and Hwy WW                   layman with
east to the city limit line           some
would be the preferred                experience with
area                              500 similar projects X




                                      Preliminary
From Old Highway 65 to                estimate by a
Santa Fe Elementary                   professional in
School                        250,000 the field




                                      Preliminary
From south of city limit of           estimate by a
Chillicothe to the Jct. of            professional in
Hwy Z. Approx. 4.5 mi.        100,000 the field         X


From the Jct. of Hwy 65
and Hwy Z, south on Hwy Z
to the Jct. of State Hwy C,
east on Hwy C through
Dawn, Mo. and then north
to the Jct. of Hwy 36 at              Just my best
Utica.                          1,000 guess             X
                                       Preliminary
from intersection of hwy               estimate by a
190 and 65 running W for               professional in
about 5 miles to hwy A         150,000 the field          X




near the Rte EE exit, on the
slope                                0                   0X




through town                         0                   0X
                                         Preliminary
From downtown Kirksville                 estimate by a
to Thousand Hills State                  professional in
Park to the City of Kirksville   750,000 the field




                                         Just my best
Within the City limits            15,000 guess             X
Eastern Lewis County, in
northeast Missouri, is the
area to receive benefit of
the proposed project. The
towns of La Grange
(pop.1,000) and Canton
(pop.2,547) form part of a
corridor that begins in the            Preliminary
south at Wakonda State                 estimate by a
Park and ends at Canton’s              professional in
north end.                     608,000 the field         X




                                       Preliminary
Along Hwy 47 and Old Troy              estimate by a
Rd within the city limits of           professional in
Winfield                       118,355 the field         X
The northwest corner of              Preliminary
Hannibal, within the City            estimate by a
Limits to just outside the           professional in
limits in Marion County      400,000 the field         X
                                     Detailed
At the toe of the bluff at           estimate by a
Riverview Park along the             professional in
Mississippi River.           211,500 the field




                                     Preliminary
                                     estimate by a
Current State Routes                 professional in
around Mark Twain Lake       100,000 the field         X
                                      Preliminary
                                      estimate by a
Downtown Hannibal at the              professional in
Mississippi                    38,000 the field




                                      Preliminary
                                      estimate by a
                                      professional in
Three miles north of Taylor   115,000 the field         X
                                  Estimate by a
                                  layman with
From north side of                some
Hermann Bridge to Katy            experience with
Trail                     250,000 similar projects X




                                   Estimate by a
                                   layman with
Approx. 3 mi. from                 some
Washington to Dutzow               experience with
Katy Trailhead           2,000,000 similar projects X
                                   Estimate by a
                                   layman with
Intersections of Hwy 350           some
and Gregory, Raytown Rd,           experience with
Maple Ave, Westridge Rd    200,000 similar projects X




                                   Estimate by a
Intersections of Hwy 350           layman with
and Gregory, Raytown Rd,           some
Maple Ave, Westridge Rd,           experience with
a couple other spots       200,000 similar projects X
                                      Estimate by a
                                      layman with
Along Hwy 350 through                 some
Raytown and connecting to             experience with
Lee's Summit                1,000,000 similar projects X
                                    Estimate by a
On the Blue River Bridge of         layman with
US 78/23rd Street in                some
Kansas City (near                   experience with
Independence)                 1,000 similar projects X
                                          Estimate by a
Hwy 78 approximately                      layman with
through the Independence                  some
city limits, from Stark Ave               experience with
past Swope Dr                     100,000 similar projects X




                                          Just my best
From Blue River east          ?           guess           X




                                          Just my best
Lees Summit to US 71          ?           guess           X
North of I-470 from the "3
Trails Crossing" east, past               Just my best
US 291                      ?             guess           X




US 291 north from Hwy 50                  Just my best
to Colbern Rd            ?                guess           X




Along Hwy 7 from Blue                     Just my best
Springs South              ?              guess           X




                                         Just my best
Liberty                           15,000 guess            X




                                          Estimate by a
                                          layman with
                                          some
                                          experience with
Blue Springs to Broadway        8,000,000 similar projects X
Adjacent & underneath I-
70                                      0                  0X


                                         Preliminary
                                         estimate by a
River Bluff Park to Bi-state             professional in
Trail                            850,000 the field          X




North for three Quarter                   Just my best
mile form Lake City                15,000 guess             X




                                          Just my best
M-291 South and US 50          20,000,000 guess             X
                                      Just my best
Langsford Rd & M-291       10,000,000 guess          X




US 40 Hwy from Van Brunt             Just my best
to Blue Ridge cutoff         250,000 guess           X




Hwy K in Parkville to                 Just my best
Weston                      1,000,000 guess          X
                                      Just my best
NW Missouri                 1,000,000 guess




city limits                         0                0X




From ATA lot at Metro
North Mall North along US
169 to MO DD (Smithville)            Just my best
to MO F & Litton Way         500,000 guess            X

Connecting west side of
Lee's Summit through
Grandview & KCMO to
MO/KS stateline                     0                0X
                                       Preliminary
U.S. 50 Highway between                estimate by a
Chipman Road and 3rd                   professional in
Street                         250,000 the field         X


                                       Preliminary
Colbern Road from Rice                 estimate by a
Road to Northbound                     professional in
Independence Ave.              200,000 the field         X




                                       Preliminary
                                       estimate by a
1/2 mile south of U.S. 50              professional in
Highway on State Route RA      500,000 the field         X




                                       Preliminary
                                       estimate by a
Murray Road between                    professional in
O'Brien and Chipman Road       750,000 the field         X




                                       Preliminary
                                       estimate by a
Interstate 470 at Wood                 professional in
Chapel Road                 10,000,000 the field         X
                                     Preliminary
                                     estimate by a
Interstate 470 at Lakewood           professional in
Blvd/Bowlin Road              50,000 the field         X

                                     Preliminary
Blue Parkway east of US 50           estimate by a
Highway between Chipman              professional in
Road and 2nd Street          750,000 the field         X

Blue Parkway (outer road             Preliminary
to US 50) between Vista              estimate by a
Drive and Todd George                professional in
Road)                        750,000 the field         X

                                     Preliminary
                                     estimate by a
Intersection of MO-150               professional in
and MO-291                   750,000 the field         X




From the city limits of
Pleasant Valley
approximately 1 1/2 miles            Just my best
to Wilshire Blvd              10,000 guess
Between NKC and Vivion     Just my best
Road                     0 guess




                           Just my best
Vivion Rd                0 guess          X
From Highway 9 in                        Preliminary
downtown Parkville to the                estimate by a
Higahway 9/Highway 45                    professional in
Intersection                     445,288 the field          X




                                          Just my best
along missouri river                5,000 guess




                                          Estimate by a
                                          layman with
                                          some
At intersection of the Little             experience with
Blue River and Route 78         2,000,000 similar projects X




                                         Just my best
Riverside to North Oak           500,000 guess              X




                                          Preliminary
Northern boundary from                    estimate by a
North Kanas City to Vivion                professional in
Road                            6,000,000 the field         X
State Line Road to I-435   0   0X




Where Valley/Belleview
crosses Belleview, and
where Valley crosses
Meyer Blvd                 0   0




From NE 32nd in NKC to
Main Street in Parkville   0   0X
North approach to Fairfax
Bridge                           0                0X




Bridges over the
Downtown Loop                    0                0X




West of Route 9                  0                0X




Route 291 to State Line
Road                             0                0X




Between US 40 and US 24          0                0X




Waterworks Testle                  Just my best
underpass                   22,500 guess           X
                                              Just my best
Urban Core KC                       2,000,000 guess


Shoulders on both sides of
Hwy 7 from the 'Lake City
Round-about' to Bundschu                     Just my best
Road                                  10,000 guess           X




I-70 and Woods Chapel                         Just my best
Road                          ???             guess




intersection of Little Blue                  Just my best
River with I-70                       50,000 guess           X




Streets around Plaza
Middle School (6501 NW                        Just my best
72nd St.)                     don't know      guess          X
Streets around Plaza
Middle School (6501 NW                    Just my best
72nd St.)                  don't know     guess              X




                                          Estimate by a
                                          layman with
From Truman Sports                        some
Complex to Katy Trail at                  experience with
Windsor, MO                    30,000,000 similar projects




                                          Just my best
Downtown kansas city               25,000 guess
                                       Estimate by a
                                       layman with
                                       some
                                       experience with
Hwy 9 to Route K             1,000,000 similar projects X




                                      Estimate by a
                                      layman with
The section through Kansas            some
City, about Raytown Rd                experience with
through Pryor Rd              500,000 similar projects X
                                       Estimate by a
Complete the Trail planned             layman with
from Maplewoods                        some
Parkway/Woodland to I-                 experience with
435 near the airport         1,500,000 similar projects X




                                       Estimate by a
                                       layman with
                                       some
Hwy 9 from Barry Rd south              experience with
to Hwy 45, about 2 miles     1,000,000 similar projects X




                                      Just my best
City Limits, East 8 Miles     100,000 guess            X
Warrensburg Amtrak
Station to Knob Noster
State Park, Whiteman Air             Preliminary
Force Base to Windsor.               estimate by a
Rural Johnson and Henry              professional in
Counties Missouri.         4,800,000 the field          X




                                    Estimate by a
                                    layman with
                                    some
East of Hwy 63 to S                 experience with
Rangelin                    200,000 similar projects X




within city limits          100,000                    0X
Rte TT/Highland Dr.                 (http://novax.c
intersection, approx. 300           om/products/m
feet west of Rte TT/740             edia/Novax_PX
intersection                 20,000 O-II.pdf)       X




                                    Estimate by a
                                    layman with
North of Columbia from              some
Stadium Blvd, past city             experience with
limits                      250,000 similar projects
Hwy 763 & Big Bear Blvd.
to Hwy 763 and Bus. Loop I-              Just my best
70                                50,000 guess              X




East shoulder of Hwy 163
1/4 mile south of                        Just my best
intersection with Hwy 740         20,000 guess              X




Intersection of Hwy 163                 Just my best
and Mick Deaver Drive               500 guess               X




Intersection of
LeMone/Lenoir/New
Haven Ave                     ?                         0
within the city limits                              X




All crossings on the entire
stretch within city limits                          X




From Bus Loop 70 overpass
to Hwy 63 underpass                  Just my best
(inclusive)                   10,000 guess          X
From Fulton west to                        Just my best
Columbia                         1,500,000 guess                   X




Intersection College and
Broadway SW corner                       0                     0




                                             Estimate by a
                                             layman with
                                             some
                                             experience with
Paris Road to US 63        outrageous        similar projects X




                                             Preliminary
                                             estimate by a
                                             professional in
From Route 163 to Mcaine expensive           the field             X




Bus loop 70? to Stadium                      Just my best
(763)?                     inexpensive       guess
                                              Estimate by a
                                              layman with
                                              some
                                              experience with
Stadium and Broadway        small             similar projects X




From St.Charles Rd. and
Clark Ln., south to St.                      Just my best
Charles Rd and Keene St.             100,000 guess




Intersection of Hwy 5 and                    Just my best
Route B                               25,000 guess            X




At the intersection with                      Just my best
Ash St.                             1,000,000 guess           X
Hwy 5 overpass at 54     1,000,000               0X




Selected stretch of               Just my best
Missouri Boulevard        250,000 guess           X




                                  Estimate by a
                                  layman with
                                  some
                                  experience with
Within the city limits    832,300 similar projects X




                                  Estimate by a
                                  layman with
                                  some
                                  experience with
within the city limits    441,100 similar projects X




                                  Estimate by a
                                  layman with
                                  some
                                  experience with
within the city limits     60,000 similar projects X
                                   Estimate by a
                                   layman with
                                   some
                                   experience with
within city limits         827,000 similar projects




Underpass under Highway            Just my best
50 West                     40,000 guess              X




                                    Just my best
within city limits        1,500,000 guess             X
From the Katy Trail Depot                     Preliminary
in Sedalia connecting to                      estimate by a
the Katy Trail Northeast of                   professional in
Sedalia                               120,000 the field




                                             Detailed
                               Smart Growth estimate by a
Intersection of Katy Trail     Committee has professional in
and Hwy 65                     this          the field




                                              Estimate by a
Hwy 65 shoulder from                          layman with
Sedalia High School on the                    some
South side of Sedalia to the                  experience with
North Side of Sedalia                 150,000 similar projects X




                                              Estimate by a
                                              layman with
                                              some
                                              experience with
Various City Intersections             50,000 similar projects X




                                              Estimate by a
                                              layman with
                                              some
street connection of Katy                     experience with
Trail                                  10,000 similar projects
                                 Estimate by a
                                 layman with
                                 some
Various intersections in         experience with
Sedalia                    5,000 similar projects




Winchester from Hwy Y to
Main Street                    0                0




                                 Just my best
Southwest of Sedalia       2,000 guess              X
                                    Estimate by a
                                    layman with
                                    some
Marshall to Higginsville,           experience with
about 12 miles              600,000 similar projects X
east-west route essentially
connecting Grand Avenue
to Hwy 65. It is an
alternate route through
exclusively residential area
which parallels the very
busy 16th street, largely
commercial corridor. The
area to be developed is
approximately 2400 feet                  Just my best
long.                             50,000 guess




                                         Just my best
between I-70 and Warsaw          100,000 guess            X




                                         Estimate by a
                                         layman with
                                         some
Hwy 109 from I-44 north to               experience with
Babler Park area                 750,000 similar projects X

                                          Estimate by a
                                          layman with
                                          some
                                          experience with
Within city limits. 6.2 miles   3,000,000 similar projects X
Between St Charles and                  Just my best
Marthasville                  2,000,000 guess             X




                                        Just my best
From I-44 to Vance Rd.          250,000 guess             X




Bridge over Missouri River
linking Hazelwood to St.                Just my best
Charles                         500,000 guess             X




                                        Preliminary
                                        estimate by a
                                        professional in
Route 66 State Park          10,000,000 the field         X
                                    Preliminary
south east boundary of              estimate by a
Glendale bordering on               professional in
Webster Groves MO           180,000 the field




KATY Trail Parking Lot      100,000                   0

                                    Estimate by a
                                    layman with
                                    some
                                    experience with
from city of clayton west     5,000 similar projects




Intersection of South
Lindbergh Blvd @ Union              Just my best
Road                         10,000 guess                 X
                                     Estimate by a
                                     layman with
Bridges North of I-44                some
crossing railroad tracks and         experience with
Meramec River                  5,000 similar projects X




                                     Estimate by a
                                     layman with
on the bridge crossing the           some
Meramec EB from the 141              experience with
interchange                    2,500 similar projects X
from the terminus at 6167                    Just my best
to Jefferson Barracks                 20,000 guess                   X




                            a couple
                            thousand to
                            several million
                            depending on
                            the
the Richardson Road         commitment            Just my best
overpass on I-55            made.                 guess              X




Cross Missouri River at
Hwy 40                                        0                  0




Christopher Road to Fine                    Just my best
Road                                500,000 guess                    X
                                   Estimate by a
                                   layman with
Hwy D from Hwy 94 to               some
Hwy DD. Hwy DD from                experience with
Hwy D to Sommers Road.   3,500,000 similar projects X




                                  Just my best
Intersection               10,000 guess            X
                           Total Project
                           Cost: $259,504.
                           Breakout
                           Follows: 1) Trail
                           Component.
                           General
                           Conditions,
                           Mobilization,
                           Erosion Control,
                           Excavation and
                           Haul, Concrete
                           Retaining Wall,
                           Asphalt
                           Pavement,
                           Finish Grade
                           and Seed, 15%
                           Contengency:
                           $249,004.00 2)
                           Rott Road
                           Component.
Three Locations: 1) Trail  Directional
Crossing Under I-44 at     signs, Share the
Meramec River; On-Street Road signs, Ride
Bikeway Improvements at I- Into Sunsete
270 Rott Road Underpass; Signs,                Detailed
On-Street Bikeway          Informational       estimate by a
Improvements at I-270 at Kiosks.               professional in
Sappington Road Overpass. $7,000.00 3)         the field         X




Airport Terminal to hotels
and parking areas of Pear
Tree Dr and Natural Bridge                  Just my best
Rd. to east of Woodson Rd.          350,000 guess                X
Within city limits, just               Just my best
north of downtown              500,000 guess            X




                                        Estimate by a
Within 1 mile of I-64 to                layman with
allow alternative routes                some
around I-64 congestion and              experience with
volume                        3,000,000 similar projects X




main enterance to St. Louis
County's Creve Coeur Park
from the inter section of              Just my best
Marine & Dorsett Rds           230,000 guess
Kirkwood road-Between
Big Bend & Manchester.
Old Gravois in Sunset Hills
South along 141 to Fenton                            X




Vance Road/Forrest
Avenue to Meramec                     Just my best
Street/Outer Road West      Unknown   guess          X
                                      Estimate by a
                                      layman with
                                      some
South city limit to north             experience with
city limit, 6.2 miles       2,500,000 similar projects X




                                      Estimate by a
                                      layman with
                                      some
From Taft Avenue to                   experience with
Christy Boulevard           5,000,000 similar projects X




Where signs are now                                   X
Across Mo River                                     X




Intersection of 64 and               Just my best
Hanley Rd                    300,000 guess          X




From LK Sullivan Drive at
Choteau south to Jefferson           Just my best
Barracks                     200,000 guess
                                      Just my best
At I-70                        25,000 guess               X

Adams west of Geyer has
reallly bad shoulders for
the last few years                   0                0




From JB Park to Cliff Cave            Just my best
Park                          500,000 guess
                                      Just my best
Lindbergh west to Clarkson    200,000 guess               X




                                       Just my best
Within City Limits           5,000,000 guess              X
                                     Estimate by a
                                     layman with
                                     some
                                     experience with
Forest Knoll Drive at 141     10,000 similar projects X




                                      Just my best
Route 100 to St. Albans     1,500,000 guess          X




                                      Just my best
mostly out city limits      2,000,000 guess          X




                                     Just my best
North County                  50,000 guess           X
Barat Haven under bridge
along fence inside Busch
Wildlife connect to
Hamburg or Busch                      Just my best
Greenway.                      10,000 guess          X




                                      Just my best
Grand to Kingshighway          50,000 guess




East side of River Des Peres          Just my best
Bridge                         20,000 guess          X
From the City of St Louis to              Just my best
Manchester, MO                 20,000,000 guess           X




Between Big Bend and
Manchester on 141               1,000,000                0X




Approximately 0.5 mile
project at the north side of             Just my best
town                             250,000 guess            X
bridge over Meramec river   200,000                0X




                                    Just my best
east side of Hwy-141          1,000 guess           X




                                    Just my best
Hwy-141 and Briarhurst Dr     2,000 guess           X




Dougherty Ferry Rd to New           Just my best
Ballwin Rd                    6,000 guess
From Skinker in the City of
St. Louis to the intersection           Just my best
with Rt. 109                     50,000 guess           X




                                        Estimate by a
                                        layman with
                                        some
Upper Bottom South of                   experience with
364                             100,000 similar projects X




2 miles between Lindbergh               Just my best
and McDonnell                     5,000 guess


The sidewalk on the
Meramec River Bridge
north to the shoulder on
the St. Louis County side.
Both South and North                    Just my best
bound sides.                      2,000 guess           X




                                        Just my best
SAINT LOUIS                       4,000 guess           X
around Lambert
International Airport          0               0




Maryland Heights
Expressway to McKelvey         0               0


Creve Coeur Park               0               0




                                 Estimate by a
                                 layman with
                                 some
Bridge across Meramec            experience with
River                    500,000 similar projects X
                                        Preliminary
From Mid Rivers Mall Drive              estimate by a
to Motherhead Road - 1                  professional in
Mile                            750,000 the field




at the Frisco Greenway
Trail                          1,000,000                  0X




                                         Estimate by a
                                         layman with
                                         some
at the Ruby Jack Trail (near             experience with
Ivy Road)                      1,000,000 similar projects X




                                        Estimate by a
                                        layman with
                                        some
from Newman Road to                     experience with
Zora                             10,000 similar projects X

                                        Estimate by a
                                        layman with
                                        some
                                        experience with
from Hwy 171 to Hwy 96           50,000 similar projects X
                                     Estimate by a
                                     layman with
                                     some
                                     experience with
from Hwy 96 to Alba          300,000 similar projects X


U. S. 71 to two miles east
of Diamond                         0               0X




at Duquesne Road                   0               0X




I-44 exit 8                        0               0X




Saginaw to Neosho                  0               0X




south from Hwy 160                 0               0X
                                      Just my best
within city limits             50,000 guess             X




From SR 54 to Co. Rd. N               Just my best
along HWY 43                  500,000 guess             X




                                      Preliminary
                                      estimate by a
From our civic center to              professional in
our retail destination area    85,150 the field         X




                                      Just my best
Within City Limits            750,000 guess             X
                                  Just my best
Webster County, MO        250,000 guess




                                  Preliminary
                                  estimate by a
                                  professional in
Within the city limits.   180,000 the field         X




From the Ozark
Community Center to the           Just my best
Nixa Community Center     100,000 guess
James River Freeway and              Just my best
Campbell Ave                  50,000 guess             X




Glenstone Avenue from                Preliminary
Division Street (State               estimate by a
Route YY) to Evergreen               professional in
Street (south of I-44)       400,000 the field         X




Kearney Street (State
Route 744) from
Homewood Avenue to
Broadway Avenue                      Preliminary
including the intersection           estimate by a
with Kansas Expressway               professional in
(State Route 13)             500,000 the field         X
Chestnut Expressway (I-44
Business Loop) from
Kansas Expressway (State                   Preliminary
Route 13) to Glenstone                     estimate by a
Avenue (Business Route                     professional in
65)                              1,300,000 the field             X




within city limits of Bolivar,             Just my best
MO                               1,200,000 guess                 X


from Johnson Shut Ins
State Park east for 13 miles
to Highway 21                     650,000                    0




                                          Estimate by a
                                          layman with
From I-44 interchange in                  some
Rolla north to the county                 experience with
road 8010/39/2000/34A             500,000 similar projects X




Interchange at Hwy                        Just my best
E/University Ave/I-44             500,000 guess                  X
                                  Estimate by a
                                  layman with
                                  some
Hwy 63/Kingshighway               experience with
intersection              500,000 similar projects X




                                  Estimate by a
                                  layman with
                                  some
At key intersections on           experience with
these routes.              26,000 similar projects X




                                  Estimate by a
                                  layman with
                                  some
                                  experience with
City limits to CR 3110    500,000 similar projects X
                                    Estimate by a
                                    layman with
                                    some
I-44 frontage roads on              experience with
both sides of Rolla          20,000 similar projects




                                    Estimate by a
                                    layman with
                                    some
                                    experience with
Within the city limits      500,000 similar projects X




                                    Preliminary
From east Rolla corporate           estimate by a
limits to within St James           professional in
corporate limits            750,000 the field          X
from town to town,                        Just my best
especially hills                1,350,000 guess            X




rte. 177 from cape...                   0                  X




                                         Preliminary
Southern City Limit on Hwy               estimate by a
61 to Hwy 51 Intersection                professional in
continuing North                 750,000 the field         X




                                         Preliminary
Between the intersections                estimate by a
of S. Missouri St. and                   professional in
Oklahoma St.                      25,000 the field         X




from the city limits east for
6.5 miles to intersection of             Just my best
State Route B                     30,000 guess             X
                                      Estimate by a
                                      layman with
                                      some
                                      experience with
within the city limits         80,000 similar projects




                                      Estimate by a
                                      layman with
                                      some
Between Hwy 32 and 221,               experience with
about 4.5 miles               225,000 similar projects

                                      Estimate by a
                                      layman with
                                      some
within the city limits of             experience with
Farmington                    200,000 similar projects

                                      Estimate by a
                                      layman with
                                      some
From north city limits                experience with
south to Columbia Street      600,000 similar projects X


From north city limits on D           Preliminary
Highway to intersection of            estimate by a
EE thence east to city                professional in
limits.                       500,000 the field          X


                                      Estimate by a
                                      layman with
                                      some
Intersections of Potosi               experience with
Street and Walton Drive       100,000 similar projects X
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Includes:   Includes:   Description
Trail       Other




                        Create, publish, and distribute a state bicycle map
                        Our numbered state highways need to all have at least a 3 foot
                        shoulder. Most neighboring states already do this, and the fact that
                        most numbered state highways do not makes Missouri a very unsafe
                        state to ride across.

                        The best thing to help us is to establish and maintain shoulders.

                        Sweep the ones we have more frequently and put news ones where
                        we don't have them.

                        AASHTO Approved Drain Covers.

                        No rumble strips or creases, please.

                        Thanks.




                        At every intersection with street name signs, when it is being painted
                        for any reason, Sharrows shall be painted at the marked or unmarked
                        crosswalk approaching and leaving in each direction. Locations for the
                        bicyclist to cross for a left turn, right turn, and straight ahead shall be
                        marked. Roads that bicyclist are not permitted should have a bicycle
                        with an X before and after should be marked. (St Charles I-70 bridge
                        over the Missouri, Popular Street bridge, MLK bridge).

                        Striping to establish bicycle lanes should be removed and replaced
                        with sharrows. Bicycle lane striping keeps bicycles in the Door Zone,
                        creating dooring accidents, cars out and lets debris accumulate, which
                        then forces bicyclists out into the traffic lane. Also makes the bicyclist
                        liable for Improper Lane Change if they are struck after crossing the
                        bicycle lane line for road conditions.
At every stoplight, pedestrians and bicyclists are allowed. Some
stoplights do not have (dont) walk signals, sometimes with a green
light signal too short for pedestrian, require a button some pedestrian
cannot use or are broken, some have sensors that don't pickup
bicycles. Project to including installing (don't) walk signals, adjusting
sensors and timing of existing signals.

1. All applicable light to turn red to allow traffic in intersection to
clear.
2. After 2 seconds, walk signal in current direction to activate.
3. After 2 seconds, green light in current direction to activate. Green
light to stay on at least long enough for a slow wheelchair or
pedestrian (1? mph) can cross or get to safety island.
4. Activate blinking do not walk signal, leaving enough time for a fast
pedestrian (4? mph) to cross or to get to safety island.
5. Activate *SOLID* DO NOT WALK signal, leaving enough time for a
bicycle (10 mph) to cross the entire road (they usually can't wait in a
safety island). (Install sign "Bicycle stop on solid do not walk").
6. Activate yellow light, leaving enough time for a 20 mph car to get
cross the road and approaching traffic to stop.
7. Activate Red Light, wait 2 seconds before starting new direction.
8. Left turns signals should not include pedestrian timings but must
include bicycle timing.
9. Buried sensor must pick up a 12 * 18 inch aluminum sign (bicycle
substitute) or light must cycle through every time.
10. Sensor triggered light must activate every 2nd or 3rd timing cycle
even if no vehicle or button press is detected. (Had some camera
triggered stoplights disabled by thick fog).
I think it would be helpful if there alternative routes
paralleling/shadowing our Interstate highways that were clearly
marked so bicyclists could travel more efficiently long distance and
know they were relatively safe...
    Develop bike safety and bike rights as part of the Driver's License
    Exam.


    MoDOT continue and periodically update this Priority Project List as
    the project side of a bicycle/pedestrian/ADA strategic plan for
    Missouri




    Create and periodically update a statewide trails plan, with trail
    corridors identified and prioritized, and a list of projects of statewide
    significance identified and prioritized.
X
    We need to connect the St Joseph trail system, which is pretty
    extensive, to the rest of the state of Missouri and across the Missouri
    river over into Kansas. We could also work on extending the trail
    system north up towards Council Bluffs. There's a lot of miles along
X   the Missouri river that could be profitably accessed in both directions.




    Bridge Re-Deck or Replacement needs to include sidewalks linking
    neighborhoods and schools in the area. Shoulder should be wide
    enough to allow bike use as well.




    This project should be an ordinary component of the bridge deck
    replacement - not an extra project. The corridor links residential
    areas, with a school at the western fringe. The lack of pedestrian
    access is already known as a safety concern for the neighborhood.
    Providing a shoulder width of 3' or more will also support bicycle
    access.




    The Cook Road bridge is slated for deck replacement in the near
    future. This particular corridor is slated by the City of St. Joseph as a
    special type of road, or a boulevard typical section. It will incorporate
    bike lanes, a center landscaped median, and 8' sidewalks on both
    sides. When the bridge deck is replaced, it needs to be consistent
    with this new section.
Add shoulders to northbound Bus. 71 and widen bridges over I-29
(north and south bound - 3' shoulders) to accommodate existing
pedestrian and bicycle access in corridor.




Add paved shoulder to 59 north to Bus. 71. Short gap in the middle
has shoulders. Project is programmed in the MPO TIP now for an
overlay so the addition would be a scope add. $320-640K is range of
estimated cost.




Add sidewalks and shoulders through growth area from the Belt
through the I-29/169 interchange.




Adding sidewalks to the retail center of the region. Significant
pedestrian traffic has been documented, despite the lack of sidewalks.
Add sidewalks to both sides of Belt Highway.




Add sidewalks on both sides of road through industrial employment
center. Improve shoulders and sign as bike route.




Extend existing sidewalks on MoDot ROW N. to Robidoux School




Add sidewalks linking Savannah to its High School
Add sidewalks or shoulders to connect new middle school to
Savannah.




Add sidewalks on both sides of Rt. 6. An extension of a MoDot project
of several years ago that did not provide full access through the retail
and hotel area around the interchange.




Extend sidewalks east and west from Missouri Western State
University.




Extend sidewalks through commercial area to new roadway and
developing industrial area.


4 bridge decks are being replaced in the metro in the next few years,
making the installation of bike friendly grates easy to accomplish.
There are 12 others in the metro that don't have friendly grates,
including Faraon, Pickett, N. 169 Bridge over I-29, Rt. 6 over I-29 & 102
River, Mitchell over I-29, K Hwy. over I-229 and near Amazonia.
A painted crosswalk on highway M in Barnad Missouri to allow
children to get from the north side of the street to the south side of
the street where the city park is located.

The Barnard city park lies on the south east corner of the city limits.
To date there is no crosswalk across Hwy. M that would allow a
somewhat safe crossing of hwy. M for children and families wishing to
walk to the park for a picnic or otherwise. Ideally a crosswalk and a
children crossing sign would be wonderful but we need not be greedy

A multi-generational sidewalk for Senior Citizens to travel on from
housing to Bank, Postoffice, school, Memorial park and resturant by
walking ,and motorized wheelchairs. Provide a safe route to school
and recreational areas for 50 students. Provide a safe place for
walkers and bicyclists of all ages. There are no sidewalks in Waverly
that serve any part of this project.




Construction of solid 6 ft. shoulders on both sides of Hwy 65 from the
south city limit of Chillicothe south to the junction of Hwy Z.




"Share the Road" signs on Hwy Z, from the Jct. of Hwy 65, also State
Hwy C, from the Jct. of Z, through Dawn and then north to the Jct. of
Hwy 36,
Add a 6 ft bike / pedestrian lane to either or both sides in order to
better accomodate the school campus and accomodate and access
some of the current bike paths / share the road paths currently being
used on Hwy Y and Hwy A...Which would also allow better access to
bike and hiking trails at Poosye and Indian Creek conservation areas.
Additionally, the wider roads would make things much safer for all the
residents who live along the 190 corridor and use the highway to
walk, ride and drive to school. I often see people walking on the
gravel shoulder. Finally, this corridor services our entertainment
district which is located right by the School Campus. This includes a
bowling alley and 6 screen movie theatre along with the areas largest
youth organization (vision) that weekly sees and services over 150
kids. Preliminary estimate is $150,000 for one side.




Shoulder wide enough for Amish carriage or a bicycle near exit for Rte
EE.
From the Columbia Tribune: "Palmatory said the accident occurred
just past a bridge where the highway rises above railroad tracks. The
road there has little or no shoulder where a carriage could stay off the
main roadway, and the slope affects visibility."




Sidewalks along Highway 63 where it passes Macon businesses.
    Construction of bike lanes and/or paved trails along city and county
    roads. This would be a 1.2-3.4 mile segment of a proposed trail
    connecting Thousand Hills State Park to the City of Kirksville. The
    Forest Lake Area Trails System (FLATS) Steering Committee has been
    working with MO DNR to develop a separate .72 mile section on DNR
    land and has prepared a Recreational Trails Program Grant application
    for this section of the trail (to be submitted in July 2010). The
    Kirksville Rotary Charitable Fund is the fiscal sponsor for the FLATS
    project and the Kirksville Morning Rotary Club is sponsoring the
    project in the community. Preliminary estimate is $500,000-
X   $1,000,000


    Clifton Hill is a very small community with very limited resources. This
    has been a project need for many years. Our community has applied
    for some other grants but has not been successful in obtaining them.
    The sidewalks in our community are literally falling into the road. As
    MoDOT comes and cleans out the ditches along MO Route 3 the fill
    dirt that is under the sidewalks simply fills the ditches back in. This
    process has continued over the years and our sidewalks have failed
    because there is no longer any support under the concrete. We would
    like to see some small retaining walls built and then have our
    sidewalks dug out and replaced. The worst areas are in an
    approximately 300 foot section in town.
Great River Road. Connect with paved shoulders: Wakonda State
Park, LaGrange and Canton('s) Mississippi River Park and ferry.

The goal of the project is to create a new opportunity for outdoor
exercise by creating paved shoulders on Business 61 (highway B), to
provide a firm and safe pavement for alternative forms of
transportation, specifically, walking and bicycling. (A3) Wakonda State
Park, a facility managed by the Missouri Department of Natural
Resources, is the ideal southern terminus as it represents opportunity
for outdoor recreation through swimming, walking trails, fishing and
bird watching. Other resources included in this project zone are direct
access to Canton’s Mississippi Park, a boat launch facility managed by
the Missouri Department of Conservation and the United States Corp
of Engineer Lock and Dam 20. Also, access to Illinois via the Canton
Ferry is from the same location. The north terminus of the project
would be the north Canton levy wall.




The City of Winfield currently has no sidewalks or bike/ped facilities to
any of its three schools. This project proposes new sidewalks to be
constructed along Hwy 47 (a busy regional corridor) from the new
high school, through residential areas and city hall, to the middle
school and elementary school. Along with ADA-compliant sidewalks,
necessary crosswalks, signage, curb-cuts, etc. will be constructed.
The proposed Bike/Pedestrian Path is a part of the City of Hannibal's
Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan Route. The proposed path connects a
previously developed segment of the trail along Veterans Road which
was signed and had it's sholders painted as a designated Bike/Ped
route in 2009. The proposed path starts at the corner of Veterans
Road and Route "W" at Veteran's Elementary School. The School
District Baseball and Soccer complex is at this school. It heads east to
the intersection of Highways 61 & 168. The path would then travel
north along Hwy 168 and end at the intersection of "North River
Road". The completion of this path woud then link to the previously
established route back south to Riverview Park" and then to
Downtown Hannibal. The proposed bike path is three (3) miles long.
It would need A.D.A. compliant saftey crossing signals at Hwy. 61. On
the north and east side of Hwy 61 is Hannibal-LaGrange College and
the Hannibal School District Middle and Senior High School. Across
Hwy 61 to the south and west is a heavy retail / commercial hub.
Currently, neither Route "W" nor Hwy 168 has a shoulder, which is a
concern in an increasingly populated area. There is ample Right-of-
Way for a separated bike/ped path.

Estimate is for 15,840 l.f. of ashpalt trail @ $22.00/l.f. plus misc
improvements at the Hwy 61 intersection.
Bridge Street or what is commonly refered to as North River Road
turns into County Road 410 as it leaves the City Limits on Hannibal's
north side. The Road was closed to vehicular traffic around 1988. It
remains an active recreation trail because it connects other trail
projects and recreation areas as it runs along the river with
spectacular views. The Burlington Northern Railroad Tracks run just
below and are adjacent to this road. Also here, the Northfolk and
Southern Railroad crosses the river via The Wabash bridge and enters
a short tunnel before re-appearing south and east on the other side of
the bluff. The BN tracks and River Road cross the NS tracks at grade
just outside the entrance of the tunnel. A proper AASHTO bicycle
safety crossing is needed where the trail crosses the NS tracks. North
of the bridge and tunnel the road rises above the parallel BS tracks
and the pavement is eroding badly, falling onto the tracks below.
Only 1/2 of the origional road way remains for 3/10s of a mile (1,584
feet). This part of the trail needs to be widened +/- 5-6 feet to it's
origional width by restoring the retaining wall separating it fro the
railroad tracks below. This wall will be 14-16 feet tall at the highest
point. Sheet pilings have been used before but a system installed
from the tracks with the cooperation of the BS Railroad will need to
be used.


Estimate is: $35,000.00 for the path; $158,500.00 for the retaing wall;
and $18,000 for the crossing gates.




The Pavement, shoulders and Roads are already there. This would be
simply be adding signage to identify this as a shareed use route,
alerting motorists to share the road with bicylists.
This simple signage and identification project would simply identify a
path that would connect different segmants of current trails to the
north and to the south of Downtown Hannibal. The trail would run
adjacent to the river for three blocks on existing walks or paths. It
would also work to protect cyclists and walkers from motorized traffic
in the area. There would need to be ADA crossings at the railroad
tracks. There may be other miscellaneous barriers to fix so that the
path is ADA compliant.


There is no safe way for bicylists to travel north from Taylor (or
Palmyra, West Quincy) to LaGrange (or Wyaconda State Park) except
to get on a shoulder of limited access busy four lane Hwy 61, also
known as "The Avenue of The Saints". If there was a 0.47 mile
connector from the outer road "Old Hwy 61" at 285th street to outer
road County Road 70, then one could travel freely on low traffic paved
roads all the way to Wyaconda State Park and on north to Canton on
Bus. 61 or Hwy B. This would require that the path cross under the
highway 61 bridges over the Durgun Creek from west to east, cross a
new Bike/Ped. only bridge over Durgon Creek, and over a new path
connecting up with County Road 70 near Beilstien Camper Sales.
    Create a path leading from the north end of the Hermann Bridge
    bike/ped path to the Katy Trail.

    Currently to make the connection, trail users must follow a circuitous
    route or push through a dirt path to ride or walk along Hwy 19 to
X   connect to the Katy Trail.




    This project proposes constructing bike lanes (paved shoulders) along
    MO 47 from the Washington Bridge to MO 94, then along MO 94 a
    short distance to the Katy Trail Dutzow trailhead.
Add crosswalks and pedestrian signals/phases to major street
crossings of Hwy 350 in Raytown, including Hwy 350 and Gregory,
Maple, Raytown Rd, and Westridge.




This project will re-design intersections (Gregory, Raytown Rd, and a
couple of other difficult spots) to create complete bicycle access on
350 Hwy through Raytown.

Ideally this would upgrade shoulders through Raytown so that they
could be marked and designated as bicycle lanes.
    Preliminary plans for wide sidewalks and/or a multiuse path along 350
    Hwy through Raytown have been developed. This project would build
    these paths/sidewalks to create bicycle & pedestrian access between
    residential areas just adjacent to 350 Hwy and
    commercial/business/shopping areas along 350 Hwy.

    The paths should be placed on both sides of the highway and should
    cross all intersections through Raytown. Potentially the path could be
X   extended/connected as far as I-470 in Lee's Summit.
Remove fence and create a short ped connection between the
existing sidewalk in the Blue River Hwy 78 bridge and an adjacent road
shoulder.

This will create a continuous route for pedestrians between the east
and west sides of the Blue River in this area.
Hwy 78 (2rd Street) has shoulders all the way through Independence.
However they are not quite designed to bicycle lane standards and
almost every intersection is difficult. There are drain grates in the
shoulders.

This project will restripe, widen shoulders to bike lane standards,
restripe/redesign intersections, replace problem drain grates, and
create a first-class bicycle route all the way through Independence on
Hwy 23.




Connect from the end of Kansas City's trail near Bannister Rd/Rt W
and the Blue River through the "Three Trails Crossing" interchange,
towards Lee's Summit.




Bicycle accommodations along the currently-being-widened Hwy 150
from Lee's Summit west, under US 71.
    Build a multi-use trail in MoDOT's easement along the north side of I-
    470. If MoDOT has ownership of 95th Street/Colbern Rd, adding a
X   bicycle lane along that road would be a possible alternative.




    Add bicycle lanes, signage, improved intersection crossings, and better
    signal detection on cross streets from Hwy 50 north to Colbern Rd
    along US 291.


    Add bicycle lanes/shoulders to Hwy 7 to allow bicycles to safely travel
    from where the existing bike lanes end (just north of Colbern Rd)
    south to Langsford Rd.


    Need to improve bicycle commuting/routes from Liberty south. The
    basic infrastructure is largely there. 169 through Claycomo has nice
    shoulder, but needs improvements. Need good route to Choteau
    bridge.




    Create a bike/pedestrian path that connects Blue Springs/Lees
    Summit/Independence/Liberty into Downtown Kansas City. This link
    between the Suburbs and the Urban area will bring new traffic into
    each of these areas and create a much more usable city.
The Kansas City Riverfront Heritage Trail is nearly complete. A small
section of trail (less than one mile) in Kansas City, MO still needs to be
completed, which is adjacent and below I-70 in an area also known as
the Lewis and Clark viaduct. It will complete the link between Kansas
City, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri.

The Riverfront Heritage Trail is the hub of the trail system in KC. It
extends well into Ks, south to Union Station, west to i8th & State in
Ks, crossing the Missouri & Kansas Rivers. It will be a $170M
investment along the river and in the historic parts of the city.
It lacks only about 1.5M to complete the entire project.




Repair the North bound shoulder on 7 HWY from 78 HWY to Bundschu
Rd.


This bridge is one of the major overpasses that connect bicycling
routes in the southern part of LS with those in the north. Pedestrians
must also walk across this bridge to reach shopping and recreation
areas. There is no shoulder on this high volume highway overpass.
The bridge has trash and uneven pavement along its length. There is
no easy, safe route to cross US 50 anywhere in Lee's Summit except at
that the east edge of the city which is not available to most residents..
Sidewalks or multi-use path could be added to the east and west
approaches to the highway. There is no sidewalk on the west side of
the highway. The northbound right turn lane from Langsford makes
the intersection difficult for pedestrians and the disabled who wish to
cross the highway. There is is a pedestrian signal here but getting to it
can be difficult. This is a high traffic volume intersection that could
provide a much needed access across M-291 highway.


Add a bike lane for both directions on 40 highway from Vanbrunt Blvd.
(31st street) in Kansas City to Blue Ridge cutoff. Currently there are
no safe bike routes to get from the Kansas City or Raytown area to the
west side of I435




Add shoulders to the last piece of Hwy 45 that does not have them.
Even 2 foot shoulders would be very helpful (no room for rumble
strips in that case, though) but 3-4 foot shoulders would be even
better. 18.8 miles approximately.
    The cost of providing safe pedestrian and bike access to some
    statewide or inter-metro routes may not be the most cost-effective
    way to achieving a solution. Rather than incur the cost of shoulder
    additions from Parkville to St. Joseph, perhaps the best option is to do
    something non-traditional and re-acquire the former Rock Island line
    that is located between I-29 & 45. It's much the same issue from St.
    Joseph North to the Iowa line. The concept, called the Quad States
    Trail may well be the most cost-effective, safest manner to provide
    non-motorized access, connecting two metro areas to the Katey Trail
    and the Wabash Trace in Iowa. The same route supports the Lewis &
    Clark Trail, the Oregon-California Trail, the Mormon Trail, and the
    Discovery Trail. It would be the first, four state trail connection in the
    nation and likely be much cheaper to develop than various roadway
    improvements for regional access through this portion of the state.

X   Estimate is for construction, not including bridges, ROW & fencing




    Because of rumble strips a cyclist is either forced to ride in the road
    (which is busy at times) or ride in debrie in a narrow track to the right
    of rumble strips. At the very least signage- share the road or some
    bicycle awareness at most a bicycle lane.




    Bicycle lane, widen shoulders, "Share the Road" signage to
    accomodate cycle traffic from the end of the ATA bus route at Metro
    North Mall North to Smithville Lake. Smithville already has bicycle
    lanes marked along both sides of 169 from the southern developed
    169 corridor, North past MO DD to MO KK. A trailhead is scheduled to
    be built at MO F and Litton Way that will provide access to
    interconnected trails owned by Clay County, the City of Smithville, and
    the US Army Corps of Engineers. These trails total more than 50 miles
    of paved, natural and crushed stone surfaces.


    Construct trail adjacent to Highway 150. Current road widening
    project is grading the section for trail, but there are no current funds
X   to construct.
Improve shoulders on both sides of bridge for bike/ped/ADA access
across US 50 Highway O'Brien Road overpass. Extend sidewalk for
improved access to Murray Road on the north side of O'Brien. Total
length of project approximately 1000'.




Pave and improve shoulders to accommodate safe bike and
pedestrian use and link to existing three mile multi-use trail on
Colbern Road from Legacy Park to Rice Road.




Construct 5400' of multi-use bike/ped trail along State Route RA to
connect Lee's Summit to Greenwood and James A. Reed wildlife area.




Improve shoulders and sidewalks (approximately 2700') between
O'Brien and Chipman. Murray Road is an outer road for U.S. 50
Highway and is a busy retail and business corridor.




Bridge reconstuction to accommodate bike/ped facilities
Lane reconfiguration, pavement markings, and signage for Lakewood
Boulevard underpass at Interstate 470.

Improve shoulders along Blue Parkway (US 50 outer road) for better
bike/ped access. Approximately 4400' of shoulder improvements.
Project would begin on the north side adjacent to the MoDOT
Commuter lot off of Chipman Road and extend to 2nd Street


Improve shoulders and construct sidewalk on Blue Parkway outer
road between Vista Drive and Todd George Road. Approximately
4100'.




Improve shoulders and construct sidewalk to connect residential areas
and commercial retail center for approximately 5,800 feet.




Add approximately 1 1/2 to 2 miles of sidewalk and curb cutouts
where needed.
There are already sidewalks along North Oak north of Vivion Road/US
Route 69.
There are sidewalks in North Kansas City along Missouri 9 and the
Heart of America Bridge is getting a bike lane to downtown

There are three roads that go up the bluffs in the direction of Vivion.
North Oak, Cherry and Holmes. None of them have a sidewalk all the
way to North Kansas City and there isn't even enough shoulder to
safely walk on them most of the way. The only other connections up
in the area are US 169 and I-35

I would add a dedicated bike lane along North Oak due to an existing
wide shoulder on the southbound lanes for most of the stretch. All
that is needed is a viaduct parallel to the existing roadway and to
build/update the shoulder between the bluffs and NE 42nd St.

North Oak has sidewalks beginning at NE 42nd St.

North Oak has a second gap near the I-29 intersection. There is no
safe route or signage to allow bikes to safely travel underneath and
this gap would mainly require better signage to allow for better bike
safety
US Route 69 has wide shoulders west of the I-29 to US Route 169
Southbound underpass. It has sidewalks inside the city of Riverside. It
has sidewalks or a bike lane both North and East of MO 183 and North
Oak.

There are two sections needing a bike lane to bridge the gap.

1. A US Route 69 bridge over a creek inside Riverside which has no
shoulder
2. Between US Route 1-69 and MO 183.

This would give a direct connection from Riverside and Northmoor
and a shopping center in Kansas City for groceries, home repair goods,
office supplies and the like.
    A shoulder with striping, improve exisiting sidewalk and shoulder. A
    bike ped lane that connects two heavily used exisiting trail systems.




    Open KC levees to bikers and hikers like the section near Riverside,
    Missouri.

    The bike path in the area crosses the river at this location but does not
    have a designated bridge for bikers. Those wishing to continue on the
    trail must traverse a steep incline on either side and then navigate the
    motor vehicle bridge. This can get scary for both the riders and the
    drivers. The bridges both have wide shoulders but the road is four
    lanes and must be crossed. Many bikers also cross the bridge counter
    to the flow of traffic, ie: headed east on the westbound bridge.




    The addition of a trail to connect into the existing trail network. There
    is a construction project slated for Vivion Road already.




    Streetscape improvements. Entire street profile is needing upgrades
    to MODOT/KCMO streetscape standards. The street is not meeting
    saftey or current traffic standards. Changes needed are: curbs &
    gutter, streetlights, sidewalks, trail, bike lanes, crosswalks, signals,
    signage, storm sewer, bmps, curb ramps, controlled access drives).
    Per the 2006 N. Oak Corridor Plan completed by KCMO in 2006, this
    area was identified by the area stakeholders to improve this street to
X   an artierial standard.
Re-stripe the road to add bike lanes.
I have OFTEN requested a safer crossing for both pedestrians and
cyclists at both of the intersections such as a lit pedestrian crossing
sign, a crosswalk, or even a traffic light. I have even spoken directly
with Mayor Funkhouser about it.

Belleview Ave going north from 75th Street, which then becomes
Valley Rd north of Gregory Blvd, is used by hundreds of pedestrians
and cyclists because it is a safe, quiet, well-lit route with sidewalks and
little traffic--the parallel routes of Wornall and Ward Pkwy are not at
all safe for pedestrians, and the Trolley Trail can't handle large
numbers of cyclists. The cycling/running/walking clubs use the
Belleview/Valley route, as do all the people in the neighborhood (we
live on Belleview). It is a sort of thoroughfare to Loose Park, and is
much-loved by those who frequent the route.

But when Public Works does a pedestrian "count," it has always been
during workday hours so that it doesn't represent the huge number of
people who cross there daily on foot and on bicycles, mostly after the
workday is done. (The large numbers at nighttime is also a reason to
put a lit crosswalk at these places.) Please consider these simple
changes to help make these already-busy crossings safer!

Also see
http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&as_epq=&as_oq=&as_eq=&nu




Route 9 needs solid-surface paved shoulders and Share the Road
signage. The existing chip-and-seal surface is problematic for cyclists.
    The Fairfax Bridge was a popular and well-established Missouri River
    crossing before the City of Riverside removed the access ramp.
    Bicyclists must now access the bridge via an Interstate highway,
    greatly decreasing safety.


    Several bridges over the Downtown Interstate freeway loop have
    obsolete drain grates that are hazardous to bicyclists and need to be
    replaced with modern bicycle-friendly grates.




    MoDOT is preparing land for a trail along an expanded Route 45. All
X   that they need to do now is actually build the trail.




    MoDOT is preparing land for a trail along an expanded Route 150. All
X   that they need to do now is actually build the trail.




    I-435 is a barrier to bicycle and pedestrian traffic between Kansas City
    and Independence. Better accommodation is needed across the
    highway.




    Need a provision for a shoulder under the bridge. Currently there are
    only the 2 lanes for cars. It affects both North and Southbound
    bicyclists and pedestrians who need to get into or out of North Kansas
    City.
A designated bike lane that travels down the beautiful boulevard that
is Gilliam. Kansas City built big beautiful boulevards and they have
plenty of room for a book line. KC needs to be more biker friendly.




Add smooth paved shoulders to both sides of Hwy 7 from the Lake
City Round-about at the intersection with Hwy 78 to Bundschu Road.
Label them as bicycle lanes and mark with yellow paint.




Need protection from auto traffic




Extend the Little Blue Trace trail under I-70 at the I-70 bridge over the
Little Blue River.

Streets around this school doesn't have sidewalks, bike lanes,
pedestrian crossing signals, or crosswalks. There is no way for
students to walk or bike to school. It is very dangerous for those who
do.

This project will build sidewalks and bike lanes on NW 72nd Street,
add pedestrian crossing signals at NW 72nd Street & Highway 9, and
NW 72nd Street & Prairie View Road, and paint crosswalks at NW
72nd Stret & Highway 9 and NW 72nd Street & Prairie View Road.
    Streets around this school doesn't have sidewalks, bike lanes,
    pedestrian crossing signals, or crosswalks. There is no way for
    students to walk or bike to school. It is very dangerous for those who
    do.

    This project will build sidewalks and bike lanes on NW 72nd Street,
    add pedestrian crossing signals at NW 72nd Street & Highway 9, and
    NW 72nd Street & Prairie View Road, and paint crosswalks at NW
    72nd Stret & Highway 9 and NW 72nd Street & Prairie View Road.


    A long-sought Kansas City connection to the Katy Trail can be realized
    on the old Rock Island right-of-way, now owned by Union Pacific and
    out of service since the early 1980's. A TranSystems Regional Rapid
    Rail Study has determined that the right-of-way is wide enough to
    accommodate a commuter rail service in addition to the trail.
    TranSystems has estimated their Rapid Rail project at $7Million to
    $8Million per mile, so I have multiplied $8M by the 30 miles from
    Truman Sports Complex to Pleasant Hill, assuming that the trail can be
    held within that cost, then added a $1M figure per mile for the trail
    alone, 50 miles to Windsor for a total estimate of $300,000,000,
    including ROW acquisition & railroad construction. $30,000,000
X   estimate is for trail construction only.




    Add marked bike lanes to downtown Kansas City following the MAX
    bus route from 3rd and Grand to Crown Center in beginning, and then
    eventually to Plaza/Waldo. Bike route could also connect to Heart of
    America Bridge Bike path.
    Hwy 45 through Parkville is being reconstructed and widened. As part
    of this project, a continuous trail on one side of the road alongside the
    highway has been designed.

    However, funding has not been found to actually build the trail. This
X   project would build the trail.




    A trail is planned along Hwy 150 in Kansas City, Grandview, and Lee's
    Summit between Hwy 71 and 291. Construction has started on the
    overall project. Part of the construction will include the earth moving
    to create the roadbed for the trail. Grandview and Lee's Summit have
    received funding for paving their portions of the trail. The Kansas City
    portion is not funded.

    This project is to complete and pave the trail along Hwy 150 between
    Hwy 71 and Hwy 291. Some portions are already funded, but long
X   portions are not.
    A trail is planned along Hwy 152 in Kansas City. Some sections of the
    trail have been built or are planned. Hwy 152 is slated for some major
    upgrades in the next few years to carry traffic to the airport. The trail
X   improvements would be made as part of that upgrade.




    Hwy 9 runs through a densely populated area of Parkville and is lined
    with residential housing and driveways opening out onto Hwy 9. The
    project is to add a sidewalk along Hwy 9, preferably on both sides of
    the road, but even on one side as a starter system.




    Widen the shoulders on DD to five feet.
Transportation system connecting Amtrak station with Knob Noster
State Park which has developed walking and biking trails located near
Whiteman Air Force Base. The final connection uses MO 23 to County
WW to Windsor connecting to the cross state KATY Trail and the new
Pleasant Hill to Windsor extension.




Add shoulders to WW between Hwy 63 and S Range Line--about four
miles of Highway WW just east of Columbia.




Add sidewalks to Route B where it passes through Hallsville
businesses, and a crosswalk with a yellow blinking caution light.
Paint a cross-walk, with pedestrian activated (push button) flashing
yellow overhead lights.




A shoulder is needed.
Sidewalks and bike lanes on the older section of Hwy 763 (Rangeline)
in north Columbia from Bus. Loop I-70 north to Big Bear Blvd. The
new section of Hwy 763 north of Big Bear Blvd. is great but bike
commuters and pedestrians have to no where to ride or walk
between Bus. Loop I-70 and Big Bear Blvd.




Traveling north on Hwy 163, when the right turn lane was recently
added to Hwy 163 just south of Hwy 740, the east shoulder became
the right turn lane leaving no shoulder. The project would be to add a
shoulder to this 1/4 mile or less section of road.




The concrete curbs on the islands at this relatively new intersection
need to be painted with a bright, reflective paint.




Has anyone thought about making a roundabout at the intersection of
LeMone Industrial Drive, Lenoir St., and New Haven Avenue off Hwy
63/AC? I think this would be a great benefit to handle the congestion
both in the morning and evening.
Pedway (bicycle/pedestrian shared use path) needed on south side of
Clark Lane from Paris Rd. to US 63. South side should be chosen to
avoid multiple intersections with side streets.




Some crossings on Stadium have had pedestrian and bike treatments
added in recent years. I would like to see all crossings have safe
pedestrian crossings with pedestrian lights, striping etc. Also,
sidewalks all along Stadium would be wonderful.




Stripe bicycle lanes on Route B (Paris Rd) in Columbia from the
overpass of Bus Loop 70, through the 5-lane blvd to the underpass of
Hwy 63.

Estimate is for project w/o new bridge.
I would like to extend a previous suggestion to add shoulders to Route
WW from Columbia east to Rangeline Road--let's add shoulders
and/or bike lanes all the way to Fulton.




ADA access. Could be fixed cheaply (small project). Also, sidewalk
along west side to intersection from the NW has subsided. It has
manhole boxes in it and the boxes have not subsided. Sidewalk
approaching intersection is therefore not ADA compliant.




This heavily traveled road is narrow, drainage ditch, and heavily used
by pedestrians who have no alternate route. There is a lot of
residential, including many students.




Shoulders and/or sidewalks on most portions. The Boone County
Commission, through CATSO (Columbia's MPO) has put this on the
transportation plan (I'm not sure this is all exactly accurate).




A transportation and land use plan has been suggested by Planning
and Zoning
The intersection and its approaches is badly in need of bicycle
pedestrian accomodation.




St. Charles Rd. in Columbia has limited to no shoulder which make it
very unsafe for Pedestrians and cyclists to use that road.




This 3-way stop is not clearly defined for pedestrian crossing. Add
pedestrian-activated light-change as in downtown Boonville or at least
green/red pedestrian signal lights. Paint and maintain clear cross
paths on the roadways. Add/improve sidewalks as needed.

The intersection of Stadium Blvd (740) and Ash St. very much needs a
pedestrian crosswalk. Since the Walmart has been built west of this
intersection, people are always crossing here--walking, on bicycles,
and in motorized wheelchairs--across 5 lanes of traffic without an
appropriate cross walk. There are sidewalks on the east and west side
of this intersection that lead directly to the intersection, but there is
nothing to actually help pedestrians cross the road here once they
need to. It is a very busy area, and at night especially, it is very
dangerous how many people are crossing here, making for a very
dangerous situation.
    We desperately need a pesdestrian walkway over the New Hwy 5
    overpass on Hwy 54. The overpass is too narrow, it is dangerous not
    only for pedestrians, but cyclist alike. The drain grates also need
    turned, as it is right now, they run paralell to the highway and need to
    be crossway to allow street tires on a bicycle to cross over them while
    on the very narrow shoulder. (about 18 inches).




    Make Missouri Boulevard a roadway friendly to drivers, pedestrians,
    and cyclists, via traffic calming designs, limited access points, and the
    addition or extension of sidewalks.




    The project is located in the central part of Jefferson City beginning
    near the US 54 on and off-ramps at the Dunklin St greenway trailhead.
    A 10' wide sidewalk would extend along Wears Creek, through a 250'
    box culvert that runs under Highway 50, and along the edge of two
X   State of Missouri office parking lots to Main St.

    This project would connect the Missouri River Bridge Bike/Pedestrian
    Addition to the Katy Trail Spur (which connects to the Katy Trail) in the
    North Jefferson City Recreation Area. The trail way would run at
    ground level from the Bike/Ped addition, along the North Side of Hwy
    63, crossing Cedar City Drive, around the South and East side of the
    parking lot at the North Jefferson Pavilion and connect to the Katy
X   Trail Spur.




    Greenway Trail addition under Hwy 179, through MODOT right-of-
X   way.
    This project will connect the Adrian's Island riverfront project to the
    Existing Greenway Connector at Ellis Porter/Riverside Park, via the
X   Missouri State Prison Redevelopment Site.




    This underpass does not allow cyclists or pedestrians a safe route.
    They have to be in one of the traffic lanes in a very busy intersection.
    This is extremely dangerous. An elevated paved trail needs to be built
    for about 200 feet slightly above the roadway. A small paved lane on
    the embankment of the bridge would allow people to cross under the
    highway safely, particularly if it was set off by a railing.




    Trail for bicycle/pedestrian use from Katy Trail on South Highway 65
    to Smith Cotton High School. This trail is approximately 1.2 miles on
    South Highway 65 to Tiger Pride Boulevard, then approximately 620
    feet, more or less, on Tiger Pride Bouelvard to the school property.
    This project also includes ADA accesses off the Katy Trail overpass to
    the road level.
    This would complete the Katy Trail through Sedalia, currently city
    streets must be taken to be able to ride the Katy Trail through sedalia.
    It is the only location on the Katy Trail currently that requires the
    exclusive use of city streets to continue. Much leg work has already
    been down by local Dave Brown (660-826-6172). He already owns
    most of the land needed and is simply looking for additional funding
X   and 2 more small bits of property.




    An off-ramp from the Katy Trail onto the Shoulder/sidewalk on 65
    Hwy - This has been looked into and has been planned by different
    committees in Sedalia. The Smart Growth Committe in Sedalia has
    worked on this and have plans made for this project.




    Using the existing raised shoulder of Hwy 65 in Sedalia to connect the
    Katy Trail to the new Sedalia High School and other businesses allong
    Hwy 65.




    Intersections of Hwy 50/Ohio - Hwy 50/Hwy 65 - Hwy 65/32nd st -
    16th/Carendon - 16th/Thompson




    Re-applying paint to the city streets that connect the Katy Trail
    through Sedalia. In Sedalia from the Katy Trail Depot to 4th Street to
X   Emmett Street to Boonville Road back onto the Katy Trail
Applying a painted crosswalk at intersections of roads and the Katy
Trail through Sedalia




Adding a lane or trail from Walmart along Winchester




Putting share the road signage on various heavily used bicycle routes
around Sedalia
For Saline County, I think the cyclists would say to fix the
shoulders on Highway 20 from Marshall to Higginsville and put some
paint designations on them as bicycle lanes.
There are no stop signs along this entire segment. Most of the north
side is undeveloped land from Grand to Beacon Street or so until
nearing the Hwy 65 corridor. The south side is residential with streets
incrementally 'teeing' to the north. The speed limit is 30 or 35 mph,
but is a common straightaway which encourages some encroachment.
There are no sidewalks on either side. A popular park is nearby.




Mark the already existing shoulders and smooth them for bicyclists,
add share the road signs; create shoulders along small portions where
the road is narrow.




Add shoulders to Hwy 109 from I-44 north through the Babler park
area.




Bike lanes and updated ada at intersections. Should be wide enough
with a slight road diet. Sidewalk gaps existed throughout the corridor
and need to be constructed
Add shoulder, at least 4 feet wide, to Hwy 94 between St Charles &
Marthasville, in areas that don't have shoulders already. About 20
miles total, might need to be broken down into smaller projects.




On Route 141, from the interchange with I-44 to the intersection with
Vance Rd., there are no outside shoulders. Traffic on this segment is
exceptionally high (60,788 AADT 2008), and despite these conditions
the bridge is used regularly by local cyclists because of the scarcity of
Meramec River crossings in the area.




The Discovery Bridge already has a bike lane, which is also used by
pedestrians. But this bike lane is not separated from the fast-moving
motored traffic on the bridge.




The bridge over the Meramec river in Route 66 State Park needs
extensive structural repair.
The interest in this project is to complete a sidewalk on the west side
of N Berry Road, approximately between Brownell and Grammercy.
This is about four, short blocks where there is no current sidewalk.
Parents in the area want a path for their kids walking to Mary Queen
of Peace and presented a petition to Glendale City Hall in 2009 signed
by over 100 people. Overall project estimate is $600,000 but it can be
split into pieces and the most important piece is $180,000.




The DNR already owns enough property to nearly double the size of
the overflowing KATY Trail Parking Lot in Defiance. Architectural
drawings were created for a possible expansion of this parking lot in
conjunction with a Defiance Business Bike/Ped Loop tied into the
KATY Trail. This proposal was submitted as "Shovel-Ready" during last
year's economic stimulus package.

Last year over $1/2MM in funding was received for all of this project
EXCEPT the parking lot expansion. Construction of the Bike/Ped Loop
begins early spring and is all on ground that MDOT already owns.

With drawings, feasability studies and prior consideration already
undertaken; it seems all that remains to make this parking lot
expansion a "Shovel-Ready" project in 2010 is a partnership with the
Missouri DNR and prioritization of this project.




Restripe Ladue and Clayton Roads to put the shoulders back.




Pedestrian Signals, and crossing for the intersection, as well as, Bicycle
activation on Union Road South bound.
Currently there are no shoulders on 141 as it crosses over two raised
sections north of I-44 headed toward Valley Park -- only high-speed,
high-volume through traffic lanes. There are very few places to cross
the Meramec in this area, and adding these lanes would benefit the
many transportational and recreational cyclists in the area, in addition
to enhancing pedestrian access.




There is no shoulder on the eastbound deck of the Highway 30 bridge,
only a too-long merging lane that goes all the way to the edge of the
bridge.
    Road should be a designated bikeway. Connects Jefferson County to
    St. Louis County. Connects Mississippi Greenway to Meramec
    Greenway. Trail connections to Bee Tree County Park, Cliff Caves
X   County Park, and Jefferson Barracks should be added.




    Metro used to operate a bus service to Richardson Road park and ride
    lot. That service was cancelled but could be restored.

    Any park and ride lot that Metro uses should have pedestrian access.

    Some protection for pedestrians should be added.




    A bike lane over Daniel Boone bridge at the Missouri River




    Hwy 231 resurfacing during 2009 put a terrible road surface in the
    bike lanes. Shake and bake surface is not level, cuts tires, creates a lot
    of unsafe collection of pebbles and forces cyclists into nicely
    smoothed road surface in traffic lanes.
In direct discussions, MoDOT has agreed to these elements of the
project:
1. Addition of hard asphalt shoulders (4 feet on each side) on Hwy D
from Hwy 94 to Hwy DD (approx 6 miles) and on Hwy DD from Hwy D
to Sommers Road (approx 4 miles).
2. Asphalt overlay on entire roadway after adding shoulders.
3. Where steep slopes are present at the road edge, re-shape slopes
to something flatter.
4. Add rumble stripes at center and edge lines of the road.
5. Install guard rails where necessary.


This intersection is six, yes six lanes accross, for a pedestrian, and for
the most part a bicyclist, this can be a dangerous, but important place
to cross Lindbergh, you are on your own trying to get accross all six
lanes without a signal, it is concidered to be too close to the next
traffic signal to place a signal here.
    The Ride Into the Sunset Bikeway is a non-motorized transportation
    system, portions of which are currently under design. Components of
    this application will 1) Cross beneath I-44 on a trail that is highly
    visible to eastbound highway traffic; 2) Cross beneath I-270 on Rott
    Road by means of an on-street bikeway; and 3) Cross over I-270 on
    Sappington Road by means of an on-street bikeway. All three
    components will be linked through other elements of the city’s
    comprehensive bicycle and pedestrian system that are being
    developed.


X




    Changes in intersection geometrics and the construction of
    walkways/pathways for use by pedestrians, bicycles, and electric golf
    cart-like vehicles where none currently exist.
Branch Street is a critical connection between the neighborhood
population centers directly to the west of I-70 and both the River
Front Trail and Iron Horse Trestle ~6 blocks east of I-70. The Branch
Street exit ramp splits into two sweeping curves, one heading west
and one heading east, making it so that pedestrians/cyclists have to
cross two off-ramp intersections. The broad sweeping curves of the
off-ramp make it so exiting traffic has a tendency to barrel straight
through the off-ramp stop signs. There are also no bicycle or
pedestrian accommodations on the south side of the street (the side
that the off-ramp is on) and poor overall accommodations along the
underpass that connects to the neighborhood.




Provide alternative bike and pedestrian routes away from major
county arterial roads (Brentwood Blvd, Hanley Road, Big Bend Blvd.,
Clayton Road, Manchester Road) to connect and/or transverse the I-
64 corridor and major high-volume interchanges using municipal side
streets and greenways. To create and connect new and existing bike
routes and paths to existing METRO (mass transit) stations, central
business and shopping districts and residential areas. To connect new
bike and pedestrian routes with exisiting facilities within the Great
Rivers Greenway and Bike St Louis Bike/Ped systems.




create a thoroughfare for bicycle and pedestrian use—just west of the
main entrance to St. Louis County's Creve Coeur Park from the
intersection of Marine & Dorsett Rds running northwest to the boat
ramp access area parking lot by the lake.
I often ride old Gravios road, and noticed after the recently completed
repaving, the drainage grates on the side of the road have openings in
them that are about 1" wide, but unfortunately, they run parallel to
the road surface, forcing my road bike further towards the middle of
the traffic lane. It's not a huge deal now, with the Gravois bridge
closed to automobile traffic, but it will be more of a hazard once that
road opens completely. They're also about 3" below the actual paved
surface... that's not cool.

Those are not nearly as dangerous at the drainage grates on Lindberg
Blvd (Kirkwood Road) between Big Bend and Manchester, they're all
all the narrow steel type that also run parallel to the road. they're also
about 1/2 the width of the outer lane, forcing a cyclist to either risk
doing an endo of the the bars when a front wheel gets lodged in the
grate, or forcing the cyclist out into traffic to go around them.

I used to cycle commute to work, Crestwood to Earth City and
Lindberg was the preferred route for me. My company set me up to
telecommute 3 years ago, so it's not a huge issue as I usually just try
to avoid the area, but it's not always possible.

Weren't these types of hazards supposed to be addressed when the
respective areas were repaved??? I'm disappointed & alarmed they're
* Create a bicycle lane, and/or other types of passages across the
three obstacles that prevent safe bicycle access between Valley Park
(Hwy 141 & Marshall Rd) and Fenton (Meramec Sta Rd S of I-44, or S
Hwy Dr).

These obstacles are:
* Hwy 141 - three lanes, high speeds, no shoulder
* Railroad tracks between Elam Ave and Meramec St
* I-44 - obviously not safe for a bicycle to cross

Hwy 141 used to have two lanes and a good shoulder; now it has
three lanes and no shoulder to speak off. Obviously the costs would
be significant to reconstruct the Hwy 141 bridge.

But another possibility would be to construct a pedestrian crossing
across the railroad tracks, and another across I-44, so that cyclists
would only need to navigate Hwy 141 between Marshall Rd and Elam
Ave.

In addition to those crossings, another beneficial one would be a
bicycle path on the old railroad bridge crossing the Meramec just east
of Hwy 141, *if* that bridge is no longer in use. (But I think it may be
still in use.)




Create separate bicycle bridge and approaches across the Meramec
from Valley Park to Fenton. Project would extend from Vance
Road/Forrest Avenue across the Meramec to Meramec Street/Outer
Road West.
Existing major arterial corridor, 4 lanes with center turn lane. Improve
existing shoulders to accommodate bicycle lanes for the entire route.
Many sidewalk gaps exist. Much of the roadway has no pedestrian
facilities. Improve ADA accessibility at all intersections. Provide
infrastructure for all modes of transportation.




Introduce bike lanes and a planted median to Gravois Avenue from
Taft Avenue to Christy Boulevard. The segment of road is just under a
mile. The median would be used by pedestrians attempting to cross
the now-wide road, where currently such crossings are very
dangerous. Bike lanes presently exist on Christy along a popular
greenway. This project would extend the Christy bike lanes northward
along the bustling Bevo business district and make the segment more
walkable, bikeable, and business-friendly. Also, the
Gravois/Morganford intersection is overly large, confusing, and very
pedestrian-unfriendly. It should be reworked to reduce crossing times
and assist cyclists. New lighting (pedestrian scaled) would be icing on
the cake. Also, placemaking signs honoring Eastern European
immigrants would be a tribute to what they have contributed to this
commercial area. ADA accessibility should be introduced where it is
lacking throughout this stretch.

There is a great deal of confusion, among cyclists and motorists,
regarding the meaning of the diamond shaped "Share the Road" sign.
Some believe, mistakenly, that it denotes a bike route. A growing
number of cities are using "Bicycles Allowed Full Use of Lane" signage
instead, which is unambiguous and alerts drivers to the presence of
cyclists and, one would hope, contribute to greater patience by all
road users.
There is a great deal of cycling activity on both sides of the Missouri
River in Chesterfield, with the Katy Trail on the West and the Monarch
levee system, Babler State Park and Wild Horse Creek Road on the
East. However there is no way to cross the river safely for cyclists.
Either a cantilvered bikeway/walkway or one beneath one span or the
other would provide a much needed link between existing systems.




Between the hundred of homes on the north side of the New 64
between Hanley Rd and Brentwood Blvd and the dozens of stores on
the south side of the New 64 is a newly built sound wall. Although the
distance between these homes and dozens of favored stores is only
500+ feet, residents and customers must travel 1.8 miles one way (3.6
miles roundtrip) to access these important destinations. A pedestrian
bridge near the New 64 over 170 was permanently removed making
trips to the south of the New 64 one mile longer for pedestrians.

This extra distances has caused numerous residents to choose autos
instead of walking/cycling which leads to more traffic, more noise and
more pollution than existed before this route was modified.




Complete the proposed bike path through Soulard as introduced by
City Streets dept in 2008.
Currently, there are no sidewalks so people on bikes and walking have
a very hazardous time getting under the interstate

Adams in Kirkwood has really bad shoulders, they are large and that is
great but they are full of pot holes for the last few years that don't get
fixed because the cars don't go on the shoulders, or arn't suppose to.
This project would be in line with what is being done with the
Mississippi River Greenway Project List. The goal of this project would
be to connect Jefferson Barracks Park to Cliff Cave Park with a greener
route, easier to travel route by bike and walk. Currently the only way
to get from Jefferson Barracks park to Cliff Cave park is via Telegraph
Rd. which is a very busy and at times congested route with
automobiles. Telegraph does have a bike route on the road. However
if you have road this by bike you are often breathing in car fumes and
very close to the traffic. When riding by myself I prefer to stay off the
main roads. I often take Koch rd to JB park from where I live in
Oakville. However there is no easy connection between JB park and
Cliff Cave Park. Currently there is a Quarry between the two parks.
Koch rd goes into this Quarry and ends. There is also a private road
"Bussen Road" that connects with Cliff Cave Road. The Bussen Road
could meet up with Koch Rd. Car traffic doesn't have to be allowed on
this path just foot and bicycle traffic. This would provide a less
traveled route for bikes and pedestrians between these two parks.
Another alternative could be a bike/pedestrian path that runs parallel
with the train tracks that run below JB park and along Cliff Cave Park.
Obvious safety factors that would have to be considered with this
option however this would provide a Greenway with a river view
similar to some of the other river routes in the St. Louis Area. Great
River Road in Alton for example.

The Quarry could give back to the community by providing a safe
route through their private land. They are blasting once or twice a
day 5 days a week and taking resources from the community at this
Put the shoulder back to the way it was before you put in the center
turning lane




Provide paved shoulders throughout length of Route 109 to separate
cyclists from motor vehicles.
This intersection needs a crosswalk, pedestrian signals and a cut in the
fence and concrete barrier on the east side of the roadway to allow
people to cross from one side of 141 to another.




Add paved shoulders/bike lanes.




Highway 185 from Sullivan to Meramec State Park has little or no
shoulders for emergency use or for bicyclists traveling
to/from/through the state park. The road can be congested making
biking unsafe.




Addition of painted bike lanes along Highway N beginning at Hwy N
(New Florissant) and Lindbergh in Florissant and ending at Hwy N
(South Florissant) and Natural Bridge Road in Normandy. I believe this
road is already wide enough for the lane addition and would only
require repainting.
Create a gravel trail system identical to the Katy trail surface through
Busch Wildlife area. The trail could follow the fence line from the
bridge on Highway 40/61/I-64 near Barat Haven and Winghaven to
the old Hwy 40 access to Busch.




Extend the bike lanes on Lindell Blvd. farther West from Grand to
Kingshighway.


The informal east side River Des Peres trail crosses Chippewa here, as
well as a nice bike route through residential neighborhoods to the
Shrewsbury Metrolink Station. There is no easy way to get from here
to the formal River Des Peres Trail, and crossing is perilous because of
continuous traffic. A crosswalk, ideally one with lights, would help tie
the neighborhoods north and south of Chippewa together, and make
crossing safer. The nearby multi-family housing on Chippewa would
also benefit. I have seen families and children trying to cross near
here with great difficulty.
Manchester is a significant artery that connects a west county south
to the city. From Manchester access is available to many areas
currently serviced with both bike lanes and trails. As the crow flies it
connects a large population and many retail opportunities to both the
city and county. I find Manchester road west McCausland to be one
of the most dangerous and also intriging commuter opportunities
available to anyone that rides a bikes within the St louis region. If
Mancester can not be added to you could do about the same with
Clayton Road but you would loss some of the retail opportunities.




Some kind of bridge/walkway over 141 when Carman road ends. This
is a very dangerous intersection for anyone who would like to cross
141 and continue through the closest neighborhood on Bromfield
Terrace going towards South High School by foot or on a bicycle. It
would greatly increase foot traffic and bicycle traffic by making it safer
to cross 141.


Tenbrook Road is a collector road that intersects with Jeffco Blvd. This
road links from Fox Campus at Jeffco, past the immediate commercial
area at Jeffco/Tenbrook, to a dense residential area, as well as past
two Churches and one church and associated school along Tenbrook
Road. Quite often one will see pedestrian walking roadside to one of
the nearby destinations mentioned. Tenbrook is currently 2 lanes
road that has little to no shoulders. With sidewalks at Skyview and
also at Sunvalley, constructing a 0.5 mile sidewalk will connect the
two ends accommodate safe pedestrian and ADA compliant travel.
The addition of a pedestrian signal at Jeffco and Tenbrook traffic
signal will provide a safe crosswalk to connect to Fox campus.
Add shoulders and/or bike lane markings northbound and southbound
on bridge.
At the moment there is no safe crossing of the Meramec for bicylists
and pedestrians, thus limiting access to Lone Elk State Park, among
many other places

A connector trail to allow cyclist to access a painted bike lane along
Hwy-141 from Mautenne Dr (N Meramac Station Rd) going North to
Enchanted Parkway. This would allow cyclist to travel from Valley Park
to Manchester Rd without big hills, and on lightly traveled roads. The
bike lane would cross the intersection of Hwy-141 and Carman Rd.




Currently there is no access for pedestrians to cross Hwy-141 from the
subdivision on the west side of 141 (Briarhurst Dr) to the east side
(Mautanne Dr/ Meramec Station Rd). Big Bend Rd is 5 lanes at Hwy-
141 and not safe for cyclist. It is a long walk around on sidewalks for
pedestrians. There is already a traffic light there and a short trail and
walk light is needed.
Big Bend Rd from Dougherty Ferry Rd to New Ballwin Rd in St Louis
County is 5 lanes and UNSAFE for cyclist. There needs to be a bike lane
along the entire length. The road also needs re-pavement, however a
bike lane could be done by only paving the bike lane rather than the
entire roadway. If there is good surface on a bike lane, cyclist would
use it and not get into the broken surface of the roadway, in the way
of motorist.

I suggest re-striping of the lanes, like what was done on I-44 east of I-
270, making each driving lane 1 foot narrower, and the center lane 2
feet narrower. This would allow for a 3 foot bike lane on each side of
the roadway for cyclist.
Recognizing Clayton Road as a significant Cycling corridor, up grade
Clayton Road for its entire length to more safely accommodate
cyclists. Stripe bike lanes where possible and provide "bike slots" at all
intersections with special emphasis on the intersection with Rt. 141.




Add shoulders to the short stretch of Upper Bottom Road between
364 and Old Upper Bottom Road.




Banshee rd. between Lindbergh and McDonnell Blvd is striped at four
lanes. Boeing used to occupy the buildings along this stretch of road
and no longer does. Four lanes seem unnecessary. I have used this
road in the past to (bike) commute to work. Restriping this road to 2
lanes and a turning lane to create bike lanes in both directions seems
to make sense.


There are sidewalks in the City of Arnold and on the bridge of Hwy. 61-
67 over the Meramec River, but the sidewalk on both sides of the
road abruptly end in mud on the north (St. Louis County) side of the
bridge. The sidewalk needs to be connected to the shoulder (probably
less than 100 feet) for walking and bicycling safely on the separated
bridge sidewalk.




Sidewalk completion, street-scaping in the area of I-55/ Butler Hill Rd.
from Clayridge Dr. to Little Rock Rd. The sidewalk does not continue
through the area under I-55.
Bike lanes needed most in this location along Banshee Rd and
McDonnell Blvd from Banshee to Air Cargo. No safe zone along
McDonnell @ Boeing. Excess traffic lanes the length of Banshee from
when McDonnell Douglas had facilities there.




some lane widening from Fred Weber to McKelvey Rd. Add Bike Lane
striping for entire length.

Provide Bike Lane from Creve Coeur Park(by Lake) to Westport Plaza
area


This bridge has wide shoulders in the center, near the center concrete
barrier, but no shoulders on the right side of either direction.
Pedestrians are commonly crossing the Meramec River Bridge by
walking in the center of the roadway where the wider shoulders are.
The bridge could be configured/restriped to put the shoulders on the
outside, creating better pedestrian access to the crossing.

Perhaps the two center shoulders could be consolidated to create
one, wider, pedestrian walkway, barrier-separated from traffic.
Perhaps it could be in the center of the bridge (with appropriate
access on each end) or perhaps on one side or the other.
Reconstruct a pedestrian path along the north or south side of Hwy N.
Currently, an existing "shoulder" is all that exists. The path crosses
many storm sewer structures and has numerous tripping hazards.




Provide a pedestrian crossing of Hwy 171.




Install a separate-grade crossing of Hwy 171.




Install bike lanes and signage.




Install a bike lane.
Install a bike lane along Hwy D from Hwy 96 to Alba.




Install a bike lane.




Install a pedestrian/bicycle overpass.




Provide crosswalks and pedestrian signals at the on and off ramps.




Mark bike lanes and install signage on the shoulder.




Pave the shoulder.
To promote student and decrease childhood obesity, we would like to
create clearly marked bicycle lanes from Truman Elementary School to
the newly renovated Community Center in Nevada. This would
include:
1) Bike lanes starting at Truman Elementary on W. Ashland to N. Ash
St (BB Hwy), turning south on Ash to W. Hunter to the Community
Center, approx. 6.5 miles
2) Lighted crosswalk at the corner of N. Ash and W. Hunter for safe
crossing to the Community Center
3) "Share the Road" bicycle caution signs along the way.




The Nevada Trails Coalition would like to provide a link with the Joplin
Trails Coalition by way of parts of HWY 43. Phase One would require
bike lanes, larger shoulders, and bike "Share-the-Road" caution signs
along the stretch of HWY 43 from SR 54 outside of Nevada to
Bronaugh. This would be approximately 10 miles.




Our proposed project includes construction of ADA compliant
sidewalks and ramps which will create a safe pedestrian route of
travel from our civic center (City Hall and Town Square area) to our
retail destination areas in the vicinity of Austin Boulevard and Barrett
Road.




Add sidewalks and crosswalks along Highway H inside the city limits.
Have a Bicycle/Buggy Lane alongside the 2 Lane Roads in the Webster
County, Southern MO area

Improve bike, pedestrian and handicap access at existing signalized
intersections. Proposed improvements include adding pedestrian
signal heads, enhanced pedestrian pushbuttons, construct handicap
ramps and stripe cross walks. Intersections include Route 76 at Route
376, Route 76 at Route 165, Route 76 at Roark Valley Road, Route 76
at Route 65, Route 165 at Green Mountain Drive and Route 65 at
College Ave.




From 2000 to 2008, Christian County was the fastest growing county
in Missouri and the 44th nationally
(http://www.christiancountymo.gov/). This provides a terrific
opportunity to leverage the close proximity of the two largest towns
in Christian County: Nixa and Ozark. Ozark recently finished off its
own community center, complete with a 10 foot wide multi-use trail
terminating at the community center. It would be terrific synergy to
leverage the existing trail, connect to the new Ozarks Technical
Community College Richwood Valley campus between Ozark and Nixa,
and join up with the Nixa Community center in the heart of Nixa.
There are NO safe places to cross the James River Freeway in
Springfield by bicycle. Opportunities to get creamed abound. Suggest
the new plans for Campbell Ave (US160) widening be reviewed to
make it as bicycle friendly as possible.




Construct 9,600 feet of sidewalk along both sides of this 7,300-foot
length of arterial street to complete the existing nine segments of
sidewalk that total 5,000 feet.




Construct 15,000 feet of new sidewalk along both sides of this 8,600-
foot length of arterial street to complete the sidewalk system.
Add pedestrian signals and pushbuttons to traffic signals at nine
intersections (Broadway, Main, Campbell, Boonville, Jefferson,
Benton, Sherman, and Fremont) on Chestnut Expressway.




Pedistrian Bridge to safely get runners/bikers/hikers across the 4 lanes
of traffic on Hwy 13.




3-5 foot shoulder placed along roadway




Improve I-44/Hwy 63 interchange at Rolla for Bicycling & Walking.
Add shoulders to Hwy 63 from the Interchange north to the county
road that meet Hwy 63.

Just adding shoulders would help a lot a may cost less than $500,000.

The HWY E/University Drive overpass on I-44 is absolutely terrible for
cyclists or pedestrians. The lone sidewalk on the bridge is so narrow
that it is essentially unsafe for cyclists, especially if pedestrians or
other cyclists happen to be on it. I would almost say that it's
impossible for two pedestrians to pass each other without rubbing
shoulders. So the cyclists are essentially forced to use the traffic lane
on the busy overpass/roundabout.
Improve Hwy 63/Kingshighway Intersection in Rolla for
bicycling/walking. Simple improvements:

1. Traffic signal triggered by bicycles
2. Design & add crosswalk markings to allow ped movement in all
directions.
3. Add ped signals to the traffic signal, adjust phases & allow enough
time for pedestrians to cross safely.

More complex/expensive possible solution: Pedestrian
overpass/underpass.




Place 'Bicycle Warning' or 'Share the Road' signs on the following
highways: E, Y, C, F, 72, T, P, O, B, V, CC, J, and M. These are all state
highways that see frequent use by recreational cyclists in this area.




HWY BB (10th St.) needs to be widened from the city limits out to
CR3110 (Country Club Rd.) or at least widened to CR3010. This is
about 1 mile of road.
The I-44 service roads, to the east and west of Rolla, are frequented
by local and cross-country cyclists.




There is currently no complete sidewalk system along busy Highway 8
in the City of Potosi. Furthermore, the majority of existing sidewalks
on Highway 8 are not ADA compliant. The Highway 8 sidewalks in the
City of Potosi service the major retail area as well as the majority of
the school system.




This project would consist of the construction of a shared-use 8' wide
by 4" thick asphalt trail that would connect the city of Rolla to the city
of St James. The trail would run from the terminus of an existing 8'
pedestrian bikepath on the east side of Rolla approximately 7.7 miles
to the beginning of an existing pedestrian bikepath within St James. All
portions would be ADA accessible.
Added shoulders for safety, about 27 miles between Ellington &
Eminence on Hwy 109.




the M.R.T. following rte. 177 to the next 'major town' (north) is a
deathtrap... with blind hills and curves...and NO paved shoulders...


The City of Perryville currently has 2 seperate hike and bike trails.
One in our main city park on Highway 61. A second trail is on the
other side of town in the Hwy 51 Soccer Complex. Numerous partial
attempts have been made to connect the two trails running through
town, including some of Highway 61. This is a goal the city continues
to work towards, including a large project this spring. This new,
requested section would serve several purposes. First, it would
provide an immediate connection between the two trails. Second, it
will help finish what the city hopes to be an eventual complete "loop"
between the two trails. Finally, instead of offering 2 seperate small
trails, we would be able to offer 1 large trail which, it is estimated,
would more than triple the the city's current connected length.




A missing section of sidewalk is needed along the north side of
Highway 34/72 (West Jackson Boulevard) between the intersections
of S. Missouri St. and Oklahoma St., adjacent to the Jackson High
School campus. The length of the sidewalk is approximately 660 feet,
and the width would be 6 feet.




The shoulders are in need of repair--Apparently they need
reinforcement and resurfacing
Several walking & bike bridges, first being over spillway & where
necessary.




Shoulders installed along hwy for bike/pedestrian use




Remove high spots on the roadway, re-pave roadway from curb to
curb and paint lines to form a bicycle lane on both sides of the street.


The route currently has not shoulder and a deep open ditch on each
side for drainage. There is a lot of multiple family housing on the
route with no safe pedestrian access into downtown Farmington or to
the school campuses.

There is a high density of multi-family residential and single family
residential adjacent to the routes with no pedestrian access to the
existing sidewalks constructed by the city. Jefferson elementary
school is on the corridor and there is not a suitable sidewalk or
crossing for safe access to the school.

There are two busy intersections in Farmington with daily traffic
counts approximately 20,000 that have no pedestrian crosswalks.
Each of the intersections needs a controlled pedestrian crossing signal
and ADA accessible safe routes through the intersection. The City of
Farmington will partner with MoDOT to construct the connecting
sidewalks to ensure safe passage.
What makes this a particularly good project?          Obstacles?




This has been on the wish list of Missouri
bicyclists for over a decade. Many/most other
states have them. It will help identify the (many!)
existing routes and highways we already have
that are already great for bicycling.                                                               0

                                                      Logistics - will need a lot of work to be done,
Right of ways are already taken care of, we just      but it should have been done in the first
need to fund this to make our highways safer.         place.




Its making use of what we already have.               That seems to be your area of expertise.




Sharrows reduce bicycle riding in the wrong
direction, too close to the curb, or on the
sidewalk. Sharrows educate motorists to expect
bicyclists, where bicyclists should be expected,
and that bicyclists have the right to the road.
Location where bicyclist should ride on the road
is not included with "Share The Road" signs and
most motorist have the wrong idea on what this
sign means.

http://www.cicle.org/cicle_content/pivot/entry.p Lack of Complete the Roads legislation.
hp?id=279                                        Slight increase in every projects cost.
A good portion of signals do not pick up bicycles.
Many signal do not have walk signals. A bicyclist
entering late on a green signal can still be in the Cost of don't walk signals, adjusting signals,
intersection and be hit by cross traffic that does installing "Bicyclists stop for do not walk
not see the bicyclist still crossing the intersection. signal".




This may encourage more bike travel.                Cost and sign clutter.
Low cost, ease of implementation, effective wide
spread education.

Bikes are part of the legal road traffic that auto
drivers encounter everyday. Oddly, drivers have
very little concept of how to drive safely and
cyclists have very little idea of how to ride safely.
Perhaps more importantly, there are no
understood standard procedures which can result
in road rage.

For example, when there is a four lane road, is is
legal and much more safe for cyclists to ride two
abreast and driver's sometimes take this as
cyclists in "their way." This can result is honking
and violent accelerations in order to make a
point. Then some cyclists may react with anger
since their safely is in jeopardy and their
perceived rights infringed. A little education can
go a long way with this.                                                                 0


This project engages users across Missouri and
helps MoDOT set priorities and communicate
those to users.
                                                                                         0

DNR has done a little planning around this but it
has never been done if a comprehensive way for
the entire state. By identifying needs and
priorities it will help improve effectiveness of
funding, much of which comes through or is
administered by MoDOT.                            Coordinating among various agencies,
                                                  municipalities, user groups.
St Joseph already has an extensive network of
bike trails within its borders. There is a proposed
regional system going west thru northeastern
Kansas, up to Lincoln Nebraska, over to Council
Bluffs Iowa, and back down to St Joseph. It would
be useful also to extend the system south to hook
it up with Kansas City.
The core system in St Joseph is already in place.
Extending it, particularly along the Missouri river
both north and south of town would create a
regional system that would eventually hook up
with the rest of the Katy trail.                                                                       0




Project would be a well-planned investment,
consistent with the polices of the MPO and
supportive of existing pedestrian movements in        No - the project will likely be scheduled in
the area. It will remove an existing safety hazard    the next few years so simply designing the
in the area as well and coordinate with local         project correctly from the start will be quite
investments in the medium term.                       easy to accomplish.




The deck will be replaced in the next few years,
so this project just ensures that the bridge is
appropriately designed to include basic
pedestrian needs.                                     None




The project is good because it will eliminate
existing safety issues in the near term and
coordinate with local jurisdictions for future
improvements. Bike lanes will be the first in the
metro area.                                           None
The project is an easy one. Paved shoulders
already exist for southbound traffic and shoulders
are in place for northbound, they just aren't
paved. The project links three communities in
the metro for one of the most popular on-road
routes for bikers and supports pedestrian traffic
in the Village. Although shoulders are not ideal
for walking, it can suffice until the corridor is
further developed. Would be great to actually
have the shoulders marked as a bike lane. The
road itself is already programmed in the TIP for
an overlay.                                        None




Shoulders are already in existence and graded,
just not paved. Big bike route and also used by
pedestrians because no sidewalks. The project is
already programmed for an overlay in the TIP, so
the addition of a few feet of pavement or a full
shoulder wouldn't be difficult.                  None




Shoulders are already graded but badly           Yes, sidewalks only constructed on one side
deteriorated. Growth area for commercial         of recently replaced bridge deck which will
development.                                     force crosswalks and all pedestrian




Re-development has been required to add
sidewalks on the Belt in recent years and nice
progress has been made. This project will team
with local investment, creating a safe
environment for pedestrian movements. Will
also greatly support transit access in the
corridor.                                        Narrow ROW, utilities, grading.
Re-development has required sidewalks on the
frontage for several years now. This project will
leverage private investment and provide
pedestrian access for the retail center of the
region.                                               ROW, utilities, grading

New & re-development has been required to
construct sidewalks for several years. Good
progress has been made within this corridor.
Sidewalks installed are getting heavy use by
employees and more sidewalks will improve
safety within the corridor. A documented bike
route for commuters, but condition of shoulder
makes it unsafe because of truck traffic and
sharing the lane.                                     None




Robidoux Middle School attracts many of its
students using sidewalks. They currently stop at
Maxwell and students want in the ditches or on
the shoulder to access school. Good project
because it addresses an existing safety problem
for daily pedestrian traffic.                         Grading, Utilities




Fairly short project that links the high school,
residential subdivisions, and recreational facilities
to the City of Savannah.                              Grading, utilities
A majority of middle school students live in
Savannah but are disconnected from their school.
After school activities disconnect many students
from being able to participate because no
pedestrian or bicycle facilities exist.          Narrow ROW, utilities, grading




Extends a project initiated by MoDot several
years ago and takes advantage of some sidewalk
added as a result of re-development. Will
provide full linkage between hotels and retail
areas within this corridor.                    ROW, utilities

The university could be a major pedestrian and
bicycle traffic generator, except that it is isolated
with no facilities. A recent development project
in the area developed sidewalks on much of the
frontage of the university (as well as sidewalks on
the bridge over I-29), but the connections east
and west have not been constructed. Shoulders
or a shared lane for bikes should be created as
well.                                                 grading & utilities




Makes the link to the boulevard plan from a
developing retail area to a developing industrial
area. Rumors have been strong that MoDot is
planning to reconstruct this stretch of road so
adding sidewalks would be a minor element of
the overall project.                                  ROW, Utilities

Some of these routes have shoulders suitable for
biking, but the bridges have either no shoulder
with unsafe grates or wide shoulders with unsafe
grates. It's a relatively small investment to make
various corridors safe for bikers if shoulders are
already in place.                                  None
I don't know how cost effective this is but we
have a city park that gets maintained and
updated by the residents and the various
organizations of the city and we would like to see
it utilized more often. As it stnds now most
people feel they have to drive to the park (the        Can't see any obstacles. You would simply
parking is somewhat limited) and being a small         need a can of white paint a 4x4 post and a
town with limited funding we simply do not have        children crossing sign and the project would
the ability to do this, not to mention it does cross   be done (oh and some labor expenses)
a state road.                                          There would be a need for someone to
As far as why is it a good project? You would          determine the safest site for placement of
make some children happy and take some concrn          the crosswalk to maximize stopping distace
off of some parents.                                   etc. if needed.
It serves a wide age range of people with a safe
area and encourages walking and access to
recreational areas. It also serves walkers,
bicyclists,pededstrians, motorized wheelchairs,
ADA, and students. We have been indeed
fortunate to have only one near tragic accident in
the past two years.                                    none known


This stretch of Hwy 65 is utilized by cyclists in the
area to access rural roads south of Chillicothe and
is also part of a 23 mile loop. Bridges on Hwy 65
and Hwy 36 are the only way to cross the Grand
Rvier and access roads south of Chillicothe.
Current shoulders are not wide enough on the
section of Hwy 65 that is directly south of Shoal
Creek to the Jct of Hwy Z. This section is also on a
climb and is very dangerous for cyclists with the
large volume of commercail truck traffic on this None, as long as shoulders do not exceed 6
section of the Hwy.                                   feet.

This is part of a very popular cycling loop and is
also used to access roads south of Chillicothe.
Route Z has very hilly terrain and has
considerable vehicle and commercial truck traffic.

Signs would improve awareness about cyclists
using this route and encourage motorists to
watch for cyclists.                                    None
better accomodate the school campus and
accomodate and access some of the current bike
paths / share the road paths currently being used
on Hwy Y and Hwy A...Which would also allow
better access to bike and hiking trails at Poosye
and Indian Creek conservation areas.
Additionally, the wider roads would make things
much safer for all the residents who live along
the 190 corridor and use the highway to walk,
ride and drive to school. I often see people
walking on the gravel shoulder. Finally, this
corridor services our entertainment district which
is located right by the School Campus. This
includes a bowling alley and 6 screen movie           money? Hwy 190 was recently resurfaced
theatre along with the areas largest youth            and widened years ago to have a large gravel
organization (vision) that weekly sees and            shoulder. Engineering should see no
services over 150 kids.                               problem with this project.


http://www.columbiatribune.com/news/2010/ja
n/12/buggy-driver-killed-highway-crash/
Amish buggy driver was killed at this location. The
Amish community nearby uses this road, traffic is
70 mph. Because of the slope and lack of
shoulder it is a death trap for anyone using the
road traveling at slower speeds. It's just a short
stretch that needs a shoulder.                                                                   0

Every time I drive through Macon I cringe
because there are businesses lining Hwy 63 but
no sidewalks. There are tracks in the grass next to
the highway where people are obviously walking.
I know sidewalks are expensive, but even just
doing a small section now, and extending it later,
would be a big help.                                                                             0
The drive from dowtown Kirksville to Thousand
Hills State Park, with approximately 500,000
yearly visitors, is over seven miles long and the
existing routes either have no shoulder (State
Highway 157) or are otherwise not designed to
accommodate bicycle or pedestrian traffic (State
Highway 6 and Old Missouri 6/Potter Trail). The 4-
mile proposed trail would travel through
beautiful terrain, reach the campgrounds three
miles from Kirksville, provide a safe, direct route
with little to no cross-traffic to one of the area’s
most important resources, serving both
recreational users and employees who work at
the park. Studies have shown that such a trail
would have a significant public health impact and
lead to economic development in a number of
areas: the retention and attraction of businesses,
the retention and attraction of residents,
increased property value, downtown                   Only one of the potential connecting routes,
development, lowered health costs, and               along Michigan Trail, is entirely on public
increased tourism.                                   land.




This project is extremely important to the
community and would be a wonderfully
motivating project for the town. This project
would not cost too much and could be done
relatively quickly. It also is important to note that
without some of these sidewalks the kids that
walk or bike to school everyday are having to
walk or bike on MO Route 3 creating a safety
hazard.                                               Not at this time.
In rural Missouri, once heavily trafficked main
highways have been replaced by high-speed             The southbound shoulder has some curb
interstates, roads that by-pass rural communities.    issues. Fortunately they(2) are minor and
More people in these rural areas are seeking          fairly short. Money for the project has been
opportunities for outdoor exercise. The outcome       estimated at $608,000 for the 10 mile
of this project will serve as a model, changing the   stretch. A grant for $300,000 has been
stigma of a car/truck mentality of a ‘business        initially submitted with the Missouri
route’ by modifying existing infrastructure to        Foundation for Health / Active and Healthy
safely accommodate bicycles and pedestrian.           Communities. It is hoped to hear of an
                                                      award in mid March.

In addition to providing a safe route to three
schools and city hall, the project area contains
the major retail shopping district in the City.
Sidewalks here will offer the most diverse and
widest target audiences, thus guaranteeing high     The only obstacle to this project currently is
traffic usage.                                      the lack of local funding. This is a high
                                                    priority for the city with local buy-in, and the
Preliminary engineering has been completed, so top bike/ped project for the regional
the project is truly shovel-ready, pending funding. planning commission.
This project would complete an additional 30% of
the Hannibal Bike/Ped Master Plan "Ring" Route.
45% is already completed.

It is all along MoDOT Routes and within their
R.O.W.

It would safely separate bike/ped traffic from
heavy motorized traffic.

In addition to the general public, it safely
connects 3,500 Hannibal School children and
1,500 HLG College students to commercial and
recreation facilities, such as the Veterans
Complex, the sports facilities at the High School
Campus, and the College, in addition to the
Hannibal YMCA, and numerous Hannibal Parks
and Recreation facilities.

The city of Hannibal Parks and Recreation
Department routinly budgets for Bike/Ped
Projects for a local match (at this time, none has
been committed for this proposed path).

This proposal is developed with the concensus of
the Friends of Hannibal's Parks and Trails, a
Missouri Nonprofit, The City of Hannibal
Department of Public Works and the Parks and     None.
It connects other recent trail projects completed
along county road 410 and Bridge Street.

It is adjacent to Hannibal's Riverview Park.

It is a spectacular setting along side the
Mississippi River.

It continues to be highly used as a recreation trail
despite the poor conditions of the trail and the
numerous unsafe conditions as it Crosses the
tracks. People are already having to walk their
bike here so it will not be intrusive to maintain
that practice for safety reasons.

With this small improvement this trail will
become one of the most highly used trails in the
state with the combination of locals, day
travelers wanting to get to Mark Twains Statue in
Riverview Park, and cross state Bicycle tourists
riding along the Mississippi River Trail (MRT). It
will keep the trail in Missouri for 20 more miles
rather than turning into Illinois South of this
location at Hannibal.

NS Railroad has a saftey/ bridge control office         Working with two Rail Roads (which is why
and/or station at this location.                        we need the clout of MoDOT to help in this
                                                        last little connection piece).

The lake is an asset. This would be another way
to promote it. It would be another reason to
visit.

It links all the Federal and State Parks in the area.

It is easy. Everything is there already.                None
It connects current and recent trails projects.

Being ADA compliant, it would provide access to
the river to all.

It would clearly separate bike/ped traffic from
motorized traffic.

The pavement is already there. This is just
signage and striping.

It would assist in "wayfinding" for tourists, getting
them to the river and back.

Many local people walk in Nipper Park for
exercise. This would extend where they would
safely walk.                                            It would cross railroad tracks, but only where
                                                        there are already crossing gaurds.
Visitors from touring riverboats would know
where to walk.




It is such a short path but connects such a large
network of safe cycling roads and such a long
length of an important north/south corridor that
could be a part of the Mississippi River Trail.   It requires a bridge.$1
Small, inexpensive, short connecting piece
between a major, expensive project (Hermann
Bridge) and the Katy Trail. This will be very well
used.

North of the bridge there is a connector trail to
the shoulder, it would add a level of comfort to
walkers and casual riders if they had a protected
trail away from the road North of the Bond
Bridge to the Katy Trail. The small section of trail
from Bond to shoulder is low lying and prone to
flooding. After a flood mud and other washed up
debris is slow to clean up making this section of
trail unusable. Also cyclists, runners and others
would not have to worry about rocks and other
debris that quickly collects on the shoulders.                                                       0


The City of Washington has invested heavily in
bike/ped facilities, including a riverfront trail. The
Tour of Missouri has focused attention on the
scenic Missouri Wine Road as a biking
destination. A connection from Washington to
the Katy would allow the 14,000 residents of
Washington direct biking access to the Katy Trail,
as well as drawing Katy visitors over to historic
Washington.

In this 20th anniversary year for the Katy, and
with the Missouri River bridge at Washington
atop the states list of needed major projects, this
would be the perfect opportunity for a statewide
showcase project at this location. Hwy 47 is THE
TOP priority for the regional planning commission        The primary obstacle will be ensuring proper
due to its regional significance and                     grading to allow width for a paved bike lane.
capacity/safety issues. Again, adding a bike lane        Sufficient right of way should exist for this
to needed roadway upgrades is a perfect                  expansion. Cost estimate below based on
opportunity.                                             generic cost per mile templates.
All of these areas are in a fully developed urban
area. They all are within a few steps of
neighborhoods that back up to 350 Hwy and a
vibrant business/commercial area that lines 350
Hwy. Many/most of these crossings have
sidewalks that approach up to Hwy 350 and then
simply stop at the intersection with 350 Hwy.

This area already has very high pedestrian and
bicycle usage. Pedestrians are forced to cross the
intersections as they can, since traffic signals
have no pedestrian phase or even a phase that      Cost.
allows pedestrians safe passage at all.


Hwy 350 has shoulders through most of Raytown
and all the way to Colbern Road in Lee's Summit,
making the best/most direct bicycle route
between the two cities. Also Hwy 350 is lined
with businesses and stores, making it among the
most desirable destinations and traffic generators
in the city.

Because of its shoulders, 350 Hwy is bicycleable
very well except for in a few key and difficult
spots, mostly in the area of intersections with
cross-streets in Raytown.

This is a relatively low-cost project given the
amount of bicycle access it will create and the
many traffic generators and destinations it will
enable access to.                                          0
Along Hwy 350 is a busy commercial/shopping
district in the middle of a fully developed
urbanized area. Just behind and adjacent to the
commercial areas are completely developed
residential subdivisions with thousands of
residents.

There is currently no bicycle or pedestrian
connectivity between these adjacent resident and
commercial areas.

This project will create a path to connect all
commercial areas along 350 Hwy, on each side of
the highway, and make the bicycle/pedestrian
connection between these businesses and the
adjacent residential areas.

Most of these commercial areas can currently
only be accessed by motor vehicle even though
they are just feet from residential areas with
many thousands of residents, and creating
bicycle/pedestrian access is neither terribly
expensive nor difficult.                           0
23rd Street (US 78) through the Blue River Valley
has a nice sidewalk all the way across a long
viaduct. However once you reach the east side of
the viaduct the sidewalk is fenced off and
abruptly ends.

Pedestrians in the area are forced to walk in a
four lane road with no shoulders instead.

This is not an extremely high-use pedestrian area
but because 23rd Street connects residences and
nearby commercial areas/job sites the route has
daily pedestrian traffic.

This is a very, very simple and inexpensive fix that
will improve safety for these users. It will also
help reduce criticism of MoDOT for spending a
significant amount of money to build a sidewalk
across a bridge that, up until now, has been
completely unusable.

You can see the bridge, sidewalk, & fence in this
streetview link:
http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hq=
&hnear=Raytown,+MO&gl=us&ei=B8CKS5CtH5W
yNrr8uKYB&ved=0CAoQ8gEwAA&hl=en&msa=0&
ll=39.082556,-                                    None. This is a very inexpensive, simple
94.4924&spn=0.001562,0.006958&t=h&z=18&m project.
Independence has few or no good east/west
bicycle routes. This will create on right in the
heart of the city.

The street already has sufficient width--the
bicycle lanes can be created simply by restriping
to add a little width as needed, restriping
intersections, replace dangerous drain grates, and
attending to other small design details.

The route connects to good bicycle connections
on each end (shoulders available and commonly
used by bicyclists already).

The route goes past innumerable commercial
centers and residential areas in a fully developed
urbanized area with no other good, safe bicycle
access available or likely to be possible anywhere
in this corridor or nearby.

Inexpensive cost because roadway width is
already available.                                                                               0

Provide a way to safely travel from the eastern
end of the massive existing trail system (the
existing trail system runs all over southern        I believe there have been some studies and
Johnson County, KS). Hopefully, this can tie into a planning done...but I don't know if it has
trail system leading towards Lee's Summit.          been finalized.




Currently, there is an almost complete lack of
safe cycling routes from Lee's Summit into Kansas
City.                                             easements, etc.
Currently, there is no viable, safe route for
traveling between South Kansas City and Lee's
Summit. This would create a route through a
very scenic part of the area, within MoDOT's
interstate's right-of-way. It is near housing areas     The terrain is a bit rough in some places,
and would be an attractive amenity for anyone in        fitting it in the existing easement, the fact
the area...and would provide a much-needed              this might best be done as a separate trail
connection.                                             (since it is along an interstate highway).




The road has wide shoulders, but isn't signed or
striped to encourage bicycle traffic. Also, some
cross streets don't appear to have signaling that
detects bicycles.                                       nothing significant




It ties into an existing bike lane and would allow
safer travel into Lee's Summit.                         existing road width




It wouldn't take that much to improve this
signficantly. Change some grates on Vivion.
Improve shoulder through Claycomo, etc.                                                                 0


Downtown KCMO is struggling to attract new
businesses and patrons. One of the main reasons
I think they are struggling is because the city is so
disconnected from all the outlying suburbs, the
suburbs where a majority of the cities population       Money. Our city would rather dump money
is living. Providing a bike path would give the         into stadiums, parking garages, and roads
suburbs a link to being part of something bigger,       that cater to automobiles instead of creating
creating an urban park like atmosphere.                 ways to participate in active transportation.
It is the only designated and safe pedestrian and
bicycle route connecting the two cities. The
project is nearly complete (less than one mile
left). Existing trail segments do get used (I use it
to bike to cross the Kansas River to get to work)
and it makes a good connection to the Metro bus
Park and Ride location at Third and Grand, where
I often utilize the Bus-n-Bike combination to
commute between Kansas City, KS and Kansas
City, MO. The trail is identified in Mid-America
Regional Council MetroGreen Trail system and
provides a link with the State of Missouri Kansas It lies within the West Bottoms which is
City Release Center. There are no sidewalks in       generally considered as an undesirable part
the area                                             of the city.




It will make the city walkable & rideable and will
be the appropiate terminal of the Katy Trail.         No

This is part of a high traveled route for cyclists
from Blue Srings and Independence to Buckner.
The existing shoulder old, in bad repair and
cyclists are forced to use the road surface. This is
an uphill stretch and cycles become a problem for
vehicles in a heavy traffic situation. This is the
only stretch not bike friendly on a heavy use of
both HWY and rural roads by large numbers of         Prepairing to old surface before placing the
cyclists.                                            new surface.




This overpass is a priority for City leaders. It
carries a high volume of traffic and, I believe, is
already a project for MoDOT.                                                                        0
There are retail shopping areas on both sides of
the highway but with no easy access for
pedestrians, disaabled persons or cyclists. This
would make a great connector and encourage
people to use alternative forms of travel for short
trips or recreation and fitness.                                                              0

At both ends of the project there are a number of
routes/streets to different parts of the city.
Currently there are no marked bike routes that
provide east to west access north of 95th street, The US40 bridge over I435, is not wide
to transistion across I435.                       enough.


This makes a complete bicycleable route all the
way from Kansas City to St Joseph. It closes the
last major gap that doesn't have shoulders. This
route is commonly used by bicyclists, by
organized bicycle tours and rides, and by
recreational bicyclists in the area.

It will be very helpful for safety for
cars/pedestrians who might have a breakdown in
this area. Hwy 45 has moderate to high traffic at MoDOT owns all right of way so it is simply a
high speeds and no shoulder.                      matter of finding the funding.
Innovative, cost-effective option to expensive on-
road options. Generates tourism and economic
development for depressed areas of Missouri.
Assuming aggregate surface, a project get be
developed for cheaply and maintained equally       ROW acquisition; probably some small
easily.                                            alignment incursions

I live on 24 hwy which is part of Sante Fe Trail
also a seenic by way. I see and have meet many
cross country cyclists on this route.This is a route
that is given to cyclists by touring map providers.
In places it is dangerous. I think it would help our
cycling tourism.                                     None. Money?

Smithville Lake is a destination point for 1.4
million visitors every year. Access to the Lake by
bicycle is mainly limited to driving to the Lake,
parking and then using the bicycle to go from
area to area, then driving back home. People
who use a bicycle as their form of transportation
do not have adequate access to this facility. In
survey after survey from MetroGreen to the
KCTrails initiative, Smithville Lake has rated first
or in the top three as destination people want to      Money; potential right of way issues along
get to. Starting at the North end of the ATA bus       DD & F, in Smithville(Share the Road signs);
route would provide access to southern &               perceived safety riding along 169, (not much
Midtown KC Residents and potentially reduce            different than MO 13 from Clinton to
vehicular traffic.                                     Springfield, if the shoulders get widened),

Identified in both Bike KC and Trails KC plans for
KCMO. Lee's Summit and Grandview are already
building their segments. This will provide the         Funding to construct is the only missing
missing link through KCMO.                             piece at this point.
Provides a vital and safe bike/ped link over US 50
Highway and links downtown Lee's Summit to
major shopping destinations and senior/assisted
living community at John Knox Village.             None.

Connects to an existing multi-use bike/ped trail
on Colbern Road. Eliminates barrier of I-470/MO-
291 crossing for bike and pedestrian use. Can be
constructed fairly cost effectively by only paving
and marking shoulders.                             None.


New trail segment would provide bike/ped access
to recreational opportunities at James A. Reed
wildlife area. Could also serve as potential long
term solution or alternative route for Katy Trail
coming from south in Pleasant Hill and
Greenwood. Trail would also link to existing 5
mile multi-use trail along Todd George Road in
Lee's Summit that is located north of U.S. 50
Highway. Also provides safe bike/ped access to
new elementary school constructed off of Ranson
Road and serve planned Bailey Farm Park on the
west side of Ranson Road                          None.


Murray Road is a busy retail and business corridor
on the west side of U.S. 50 Highway in Lee's
Summit. It would provide safer bike/ped facilities
and alternative modes of transportation in this
area. Project would also extend proposed
O'Brien bridge improvements and provide a
viable connection between downtown Lee's
Summit and large retail and residential areas.     None.

Connects 3 mile Woods Chapel Road multi use
trail and Jackson County Park to city trails and
Lakewood Bike Loop. Bridge is extremely
congested and bike/ped facilities are non
existent. Would eliminate barrier of Interstate
470 for connecting residential areas in Lee's
Summit to county park system                       None
Safe bike/ped accommodations at this underpass
location would connect 7 mile Lakewood Bike
Loop to Lake Jacomo and Jackson County Parks
and eliminate barrier of Interstate 470.       None

Provides improved bike/ped access to and from
downtown business corridor and connects
several older residential neighborhoods to
business, shopping, and parks.                   None.

Eliminates bike/ped barriers at US 50 Highway
and provides safe transportation options for
heavily populated residential areas and connects
to 5 mile Todd George trail.                     None.


Connects large residential proposed bike loop to
planned bike/ped improvements along Missouri
150 Highway                                      None.




Currently there is no sidewalks on this busy road
and heavily used for children walking and/or
riding bicycles to school (South Valley Middle and
Junior High School), which is located at Liberty
Drive and Mid Jay, Liberty, Missouri. Just west of
I-35                                               none
It bridges a major gap to have a pedestrian path
for most of the length of the city once the Heart
of America Bridge project is completed. The
bluffs are the major barrier to pedestrian traffic
in Clay County                                       The Bluffs




It connects southern Clay and Platte Counties
together
US Route 169 is a barrier across much of the area
and this is one of a very few sections that
connects to as many major routes directly.

This stretch could give access all the way to
Parkville with future extensions                     The highway intersection above
This project would connnect two heavily used
trail systems. The exisiting Missouri Riverfront     There may be some terrain challenges near
Trail and existing Highway 45 Trail.                 Park University and 1201 East Street.

Miles of ready made gravel paths perfect for
hiking and fat tire biking along scenic river. See
Riverside Development L-385 Levee Project at
http://www.riversidemo.com/development/leve
eProject.cfm

                                                     Locked gates across levees.




A pedestrian bridge would keep bikers and motor
vehicles seperated and safer. The amount of
children present would make this an investment Accounting for the flood stage of the little
in our future in more than one way.             blue as it is unpredictable at times.




Extends the trail system and makes great
connections into two cities.                         Cost.


This corridor is a vital link from the downtown to
the northland. This street carries volumes of
traffic for the northland and is not at current
street standards. The N. Oak Corridor Plan was
an investment by the City of Kansas City, MO and
area stakeholders (MODOT, Parks,
neighborhoods, businesses, etc.) to take time to
be invovled and this plan was adopted by the City This is corridor carries many underground
Council in Aug. 2006 by Resolution No. 060955. utilities.
MoDOT has already replaced the drain grates to a
bicycle friendly design and enlarged the shoulder
area. Bicycle lanes could be added by slightly
narrowing the vehicle travel lanes.                 0




                                                0   0


Route 9 is a popular route for cyclists commuting
to Downtown Kansas City from Parkville,
Riverside, and points beyond.                       0
This is an opportunity for MoDOT to fix a very
serious mistake.                                                                                 0


This would complement the BikeKC project that
has already replaced drain grates on local streets
leading to the MoDOT-owned bridges.                                                              0

Route 45 is a critical east/west bicycle corridor in
Platte County and local governments do not have
the resources to provide the necessary facilities
for bicyclists and pedestrians.                                                                  0
Route 150 is a critical east/west bicycle corridor
in across the southern metro area, and local
governments do not have the resources to
provide the necessary facilities for bicyclists and
pedestrians.                                                                                     0




Minimizing this barrier would enhance
connectivity, improve job access, and provide
another transportation alternative in the
congested I-70 corridor.                                                                         0




Currently any pedestrian, or bicyclists need to
enter the lanes of traffic to pass under the bridge.
The lanes are also narrow for normal vehicle
traffic. I believe that this is vital route for any
traffic coming from the Riverside / Parkville area Need to enlarge the current opening or gain
to get into down town, if the 169 bridge route is some right of way across the top of the
not allowed.                                         railroad bridge.
KC has no bike lines, yet a large amount of people
who want to bike. Locating the route on Gilliam
would be perfect for peopling traversing the
urban core.                                                                                       0

There is substantial bicycle traffic from
Independence and Blue Springs that must brave
this section of Hwy 7 as an access to Bundscu
Road and the Lake City - Buckner Road leading to
the river towns along MO 224.                    None.




                                                      Money,,,, I have heard others mention this is
                                                    0 in the plans... but the sooner the better.

The Little Blue Trace trail is a popular trail that
gets a lot of use. It currently dead ends behind
the hotel. Extending the trail under I-70 at the I-
70 bridge over the Little Blue River will allow
riders access to the shopping area south of I-70
and eventual connection to the trail at the Bass
Pro Shop and south into Lees Summit. This
project requires only the construction of a
sidewalk next to the river under the existing I-70
bridge.                                             none.


Highway 9, NW 72nd Street, and Prairie View
Road are streets with high traffic. Public
transportation (i.e. buses) have stops on Prairie
View Road. Providing a pedestrian and cyclist
friendly environment encourages students
walk/bike to school, citizens walk/bike to bus
stops, and area residents to walk to restaurant,
shops, etc.                                           NW 72nd street is a narrow 2-way street.
Highway 9, NW 72nd Street, and Prairie View
Road are streets with high traffic. Public
transportation (i.e. buses) have stops on Prairie
View Road. Providing a pedestrian and cyclist
friendly environment encourages students
walk/bike to school, citizens walk/bike to bus
stops, and area residents to walk to restaurant,
shops, etc.                                         NW 72nd street is a narrow 2-way street.




The challenging economy we are currently
experiencing makes a double-use corridor
attractive to constituents in the transit and the   Constituent interest in this project is very
biking community. Kansas City Regional Transit      robust, the cost projections of TranSystems
Alliance and the Missouri Bike Federation are       are encouraging, and Jackson County
eager for the completion of Mid America             Executive Mike Sanders is working hard to
Regional Council's Commuter Corridors Study and     evaluate and secure a variety of funding
Urban Corridors Study, and have joined forces in    sources, but any project of this magnitude in
seeking implementation of this dual-use             the current economic environment is a
proposal.                                           struggle to fund.




This would be a very positive step to make biking
downtown safer, marked paths would alert cars
to existence of bikes on the road. Cost of adding
onto existing bus route should be low. this would
also enhance the image of downtown to visitors
and workers. It would encourage downtown
workers to bike to work during the
spring/summer months and would help with air
quality issues during these peak times.                                                         0
This creates bicycle and pedestrian connectivity
where otherwise there will be none. It connects
the existing trail along Hwy 45 from I-29 to Hwy
9, adding an addition 3 miles. It connects
commercial centers, businesses, and large
apartment complex, and approximately 245
residences along this section of Hwy 45 that will
otherwise have no safe bicycle/pedestrian access
along the highway. There are no alternative
routes to these destinations.

This project is supported by District 4 and KCMO
staff as one of the most important projects in the
region and a large new construction project that
could be built without including any
bicycle/pedestrian connectivity unless action is
taken. It is on the Trails KC plan. A large number
of public responses have been received in
support of bicycle & pedestrian accommodations
on this project.                                       0




This creates bicycle and pedestrian connectivity
where otherwise there will be none. It is in a high-
use bicycling area in the region of Longview Lake.
It is part of the regional bicycle and trails plans
and will connect through a planned improved
interchange at hwy 71/150 to other bicycle
routes and trails to the west.

This project is supported by District 4 and KCMO
staff as one of the most important projects in the
region and a large new construction project that
could be built without including any
bicycle/pedestrian connectivity unless action is
taken. It is on the Trails KC plan. A large number
of public responses have been received in
support of bicycle & pedestrian accommodations
on this project.

Because much preliminary work will be done
during Hwy 150 construction the cost of
completing the project will be relatively low.         0
The trail will complete important connectivity in
the Trails KC plan for the north part of Kansas
City. It connects to four major trail connectors
(Shoal Creek, Line Creek, I-29 Trail, and KCI
airport trail).

This project is supported by District 4 and KCMO
staff as one of the most important projects in the
region and a large new construction project that
could be built without including any
bicycle/pedestrian connectivity unless action is
taken.

For a map of the trail/region see
http://www.kcmo.org/idc/idcplg?IdcService=GET
_FILE&dID=24001&dDocName=017486                         0


This project runs through a densely populated
residential area with residences and driveways
lining the road. The road is located in the middle
of a large urban area and the area surrounding
this road is as densely populated as it will every
become in the foreseeable future. It is time to
make this neighborhood a true part of the urban
area by adding sidewalks through this residential
neighborhood.

There should be enough right-of-way for
sidewalks. Residents have been asking for
sidewalk improvements for 15 years.
http://www.kansascity.com/2010/02/26/177685
2/the-watchdog-pedestrians-in-peril.html                0

DD between Warrensburg and Whiteman Air
Force Base has a narrow shoulder and is a busy
highway, especially during commute traffic to and
from Whiteman AFB. If it could be ridden in
safety some of the commuting could be done by
bicycle, thereby reducing pollution. It would also
provide recreational riding for Warrensburg
residents and Whiteman airmen.                     No
This will allow for the only mass transportation
link for round trip use of the KATY and new Rock
Island Trail between the eastern and western
points of the widely used state park. Currently
the only option for transfer from the western
point is by private motor vehicle or shuttle
service.                                         Expense of altering bridges along the route.

WW is a narrow, two-lane state highway with
high traffic. The road has no shoulder.

Columbia is expanding in this area--there is a
large subdivision off Route WW and a school
project under construction.

Providing a shoulder would allow safe access
along Hwy WW for bicyclists and pedestrians,
opening up a whole area in and near the city
which currently has not bicycle/pedestrian
access.

On the west end, this would connect with the
existing Columbia bicycle route network and on
the east end it connects with Range Line which is
an existing well-used bicycle route.                                                            0


An elderly Hallsville woman has been struck and
injured multiple times while walking on Route B.
Hallsville is a great example of a rural Missouri
town cut in two by a MoDOT highway (Route B).
There is no safe way to get from one side of the
road to the other on foot.                                                                      0
Route TT (Broadway) acts as a barrier to
pedestrian access between a residential
neighborhood to the south and a shopping center
to the north.

There is currently no pedestrian signal or
crosswalk at the intersection of Rte TT & 740.
High traffic flow, signal timing, and turning
movements at this intersection result in
insufficient gaps in traffic to allow pedestrians to
safely cross this 4-lane highway.

A simple "hot button" crosswalk at the
intersection of Highland Drive and Rte TT would
facilitate pedestrian access to numerous
convenience services available in the shopping
center immediately across from the
neighborhood. This location would provide a
centralized pedestrian crossing point that would
conveniently channel pedestrians directly to the
storefront sidewalk network within the shopping
center. This project would encourage walking to
services located less than 1/2 mile from home,
thereby reducing short automobile trips. It            Outdated MoDOT policies, which discourage
should be noted that the nearest existing              any improvement that might result in a slight
pedestrian crossing is located at the intersection     delay for motorists. Lack of familiarity with
of Fairview Rd and Rte TT, which is nearly 1/2         the appropriate use and benefits of mid-
mile west of the proposed mid-block crosswalk.         block crossing facilities.

A shoulder or slow lane or something is needed
on this road for slower traffic - pedestrians,
bicycles, even buggies, small tractors, or 4
wheelers. But particularly for bicycles that for
some reason like to use this road for recreation.
The road is hilly and curvy. Visibility is minimal
and the speed limit is 55. This is a very deadly       Long (about 15 miles). Hilly and curvy, as
situation for everyone.                                mentioned. 2 bridges.
Adding sidewalks, cross walks, and bikes lanes
(especially near the intersection of I-70 and Hwy
763 or Rangeline) would take advantage of the
existing new sidewalks and bike lanes on the new
section of road north of Big Bear Blvd. Currently
there many pedestrians and cyclists that have
dodge cars while using a lane, or trying to
navigate the I-70 entrance and exist ramps along    I can't envision any obstacles other than a
Hwy 763. The most dangerous section is              failure to recognize the problem and all the
between Vandiver and Bus. Loop I-70 where Hwy       poor people from the north side of town
763 is filled with pot-holes and there are no       who have navigate the traffic every day -
shoulders under the I-70 overpass.                  especially in the dark winter days and nights.

The east shoulder of Hwy 163 is used as a bike
path for many cyclists including myself traveling
north on Hwy 163 towards Hwy 740. Without a
shoulder, I must go into the right turn lane with
fast traffic to approach the intersection or Faurot
Field parking lot entrance. This project would
provide a safe, southern approach to this busy,
bike/wheel/walk friendly, intersection.             No




This is a particularly good project because these
islands can be hard to see in dim light. I find that
there is not much visual contrast between the
concrete curb and concrete island and the
concrete road.                                       No




Would help the congestion at this area.                                                          0
Significant pedestrian traffic exists (and some
bicycles) from adjacent neighborhood on the
north traveling both westward to Paris Rd.
(providing access to downtown and other
destinations via sidewalk network and planned
COLT trail) and eastward to businesses across US
63 intersection (to patronize businesses and
employment). At present, there is no safe route
for this traffic. Clark Road has poor visibility, no
shoulders, no sidewalk, and high vehicular traffic.
This is MoDOT right-of-way, requiring MoDOT
cooperation and investment.                                                                        0

 I am particularly interested in the stretch
between Broadway and I-70 where there are a lot
of businesses, restaurants and a school. This is a
dense area of businesses where it would make
sense to walk or ride a bike between various
destinations. Doing so currently seems (is)
dangerous. Stadium is like a huge wall through
Columbia separating neighborhoods and
businesses. Making it bike, pedestrian and
wheelchair friendly would make a huge
difference in promoting active and healthier
lifestyles and making our whole town a friendlier It seems to me that this should be an easy
place.                                             project.

This stretch of road is the primary NE corridor
from Columbia's city center to the NE part of
town and into the County (& beyond). It is
currently sufficient for motor vehicle traffic, but
sub-standard for bicycle traffic - bridges are
narrow and the right-hand lane in 5-lane portions      Existing lanes of 5-lanes portions would have
are too narrow for a motorist and cyclist to share     to be narrowed slightly.
the lane. Striping bike lanes would be very cost-      Bus Loop 70 bridge should really be torn out
effective way to allow safe bicycle traffic on this    and replaced with an adequate, modern
important roadway.                                     overpass - expense.
The Millersburg area also has had significant
growth and is still growing all along Route WW
and Route F into Fulton. Fulton has a nice in-town
trail that could connect to a widened Route F.
Adding shoulders all the way from Fulton to
Columbia could connect trails in both cities and
make this dangerous road much safer for the        Rural roads tend to be ignored compared to
Sunday morning bicyclists.                         urban roads.




SW corner is a small project. During games and
events at Hearnes it is heavily used.
Nonmotorized transportation funding will add
sidewalks to other approaches to this                 It's probably expensive to fix the sidewalk
intersection.                                         approaching intersection from the NW.




                                                      It's a complex situation. Much (all?) of it sits
Heavy use by cars and pedestrians, need (big          on I-70 right of way administered (owned?)
population using it), lack of alternative routes.     by MoDOT. It's held up by plans for I-70,
There are frequent pedestrian fatalities.             which are unlikely to happen in finite time.




SW Columbia has become built up and the road          ROW is unknown, whether easements or
has not kept up. It is heavily used by cyclists and   ownership. Drainage ditch mostly the whole
there is a growing pedestrian need.                   way, meaning expensive excavation.




This has been a serious issue for many years. A
land use and transporation plan is relatively         There are a number of large, unsolvable
inexpensive.                                          problems.
                                                  Supposedly already funded by NonMotorized
                                                  Transportation Pilot Program. Also held up
                                                  by various complex TDD plans and
There are several inexpensive things that could   negotiations between city and the various
be done while the years and years roll by waiting TDD's. Would be good to verify that plans
for future plans (see below).                     and funding are in place.




Many individuals that live east of Hwy 63 use
foot, bicyle, or wheelchair as their many source
of transportation. As a result, these individuals
are either cut off from traveling west into
columbia or must take a risk during their travels.                                        0

Right now a pedestrian has to make quick
judgments as to when to cross and pay particular
attention to whether drivers see their presence,
as there are no markings to point drivers'
attentions to pedestrian activity. This situation
detracts from both the practical and the
aesthetic/tourist use of Boonville. All these
pedestrians use this intersection on route to and
from major Boonville businesses, from downtown
to fast food restaurants, a grocery store, and
convenience stores, or from south part of town
to downtown.                                      None known.




A crosswalk with crossing signs is needed here
because there is a lot of vehicle traffic at this
intersection and people are crossing the street
here already, making it a very dangerous
situation. It would be cost-effective because
there are already sidewalks leading to this
intersection.                                        funding
It is much needed.                                        Only thing I can think of is money.




Jefferson City is the capital of the state; as such, it
should serve as a model for other Missouri                Sidewalks are a hot-button issue in Jefferson
communities. The current Missouri Boulevard is a          City, especially for existing roadways. There
model of what a road should not be: myriad                is also a perception that pedestrians and
business driveways, only sporadic sidewalks, and          cyclists do not belong on Missouri Boulevard.
unsafe pedestrian crossings at intersections.             Allocation of scarce financial resources.


This project will connect 8.2 miles of existing
greenway trail to the Adrian's Island riverfront
project (under development) and the Missouri
River Bridge Project via Main Street. Once the
Missouri River Bridge bike/pedestrian addition is
completed, the trailway will connect the majority Utilization of the Box culvert under Highway
of the Jefferson City Greenway Trail system to the 50
Katy Trail. This section of trail is the missing link
in this connection.                                   Crossing of Wears Creek

Currently, the Missouri River Bridge
Bike/Pedestrian Addition is going to connect to
the Noren Access and connect to the Katy Trail
Spur via and on road route of Cottonwood Dr and
Fourth St. The proposed connection would
provide a safer connection from the Katy Trail to
the Bridge Bike/Ped addition.                                                                        0

This section will connect future sections along
Wears creek from the West Edgewood Greenway
Trail parking lot to Frog Hollow Rd/LeCar Dr. This
project will provide a link in a proposed trail
system that would add a loop to the Existing
Greenway Trail. This link would provide safe
passage under the 179 barrier.                                                                       0
This project is listed in the 2007 Greenway
Master Plan as a route that contributes to the
existing core network and a combination of
separated off-street route and parallel on/along
street (in right-of-way). Eventually, this section
of trail would connect all the way from the prison
to Ellis-Porter/Riverside Park. This trail system
would also connect the many users of the
Department of Natural Resources Green Building
to the Jefferson City Greeway Trail system.                                                         0


The intersection is going to be modified soon.
Yet I have not seen where there will be any
improvements for cyclists or pedestrians. This
would be an excellent time to make this change
and it would benefit people wanting to commute
going north on Highway 179. Years ago, I helped
write letters to MODOT on behalf of the River
Bluffs Audubon Society asking that a bike lane be
created when Highway 179 was built. The reply
was that cyclists and pedestrians could use the
shoulder of the road, and this is true until you get
to the Highway 50 underpass. Then there is no          No. This is not traditional, but it would
safe way to go under Highway 50. There is no           provide access for cyclists and pedestrians to
provision for anyone who wants to commute by           get under the underpass safely. Right now,
foot or bike, and this has always been a big           there is not even a shoulder under this
disappointment.                                        bridge.




The City of Sedalia has made it a high priority in
their master plan to become a community known
for pedestrian connectivity, and to become linked
with trails and sidewalks. With the new Smith
Cotton High School now located on South
Highway 65, a heavily travelled major highway,
the safety of students navigating to the school is
an issue. This project will provide for safer travel
for students on foot or bicycle, including creating
a pedestrian crosswalk at the intersection of          Funding will be the biggest obstacle we will
Highway 65 and State Highway B/West 32nd               have to overcome to complete this project.
Street. The project will also provide a link to the    We have the support of school
existing Katy Trail, a trail which is accessible to    administrators, City leadership, and the local
pedestrians and bicyclists throughout Sedalia.         community.
Completing the Katy Trail in Sedalia from the
current state of un-safe city roads. This is
something that should have been down years ago Cost of purchasing the easements required
and for some small problems, it has not.       to gain access to the rail bed.

                                                   This off-ramp goes down an embankment,
                                                   making this wheel chair accessable would
This would be a key access point from the Katy     require some distance (approx. 400ft) to
Trail to many businesses as well as the State Fair create the gradual decline needed. Also,
Ground's East Main Entrance. Also, if Hwy 65's     coorination with State owned land (at the
shoulder was repaired, this could serve as an      South side of the State Fair Grounds) could
access to the new Sedalia High School              be needed.




This would link the North side of Sedalia with the
South allowing ped/bicycles to access many         Resurfacing the raised shoulder and creating
businesses in Sedalia.                             ramps down and up at each intersection.




Creating a safe means of crossing busy
intersections by having crosswalk buttons and      Crosswalk buttons and possibly Crosswalk
crosswalk lights                                   lights




This creates a separate lane for which people
using the Katy Trail can have a layer of safety.   Paint
Adds awareness that there is a pedestrian
crossing point.                                       Paint

This is a key area of town where much of the
town depends on traveling to. Also, there are
several assisted living apartments and houses
along here. The elderly and disabled could use
this safely. We have seen far too many times          This is a busy street, but there is land that is
people in wheel chairs trying to navigate this        undeveloped south of walmart on
street.                                               winchester street.




This will give awareness that this is a street that
many families and individuals use on a regular
basis as a bicycle route.                             Purchasing the signs.
We have several cyclists that use 20 now and
have for years, but they have to ride on the
highway itself because the shoulders are so bad.
This project will encompass two of our counties
and riders from both Higginsville and Marshall
and the communities in between. This project will
also take care of upgrading the deteriorating
shoulders for vehicle operators also.

Once completed, we could advertise the new
lanes as the first cycle
project in our two county area and hopefully
entice some riders to bring us additional projects
for consideration in the future. We could also add
some signage on Hwy 20 designating the road as
an approved safe-cycle roadway, extend the
lanes to the Hab Centers in Marshall and
Higginsville, the Veterans Cemetery in
Higginsville, and Ridge Park Cemetery in Marshall
which would add some historical destinations to
the route, and include some other sites for
tourism related consideration. The Saline County
Tourism group would probably be on-board with
that type of approach as would the two city
governments.
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                                                     There are a couple low spots where drainage
                                                     issues would challenge pavement
                                                     maintenance. There are also utility poles
It would seem to be a relatively easy fix to         which could interfere with large excavating
establish an additional paved area to the north      machinery. However, these some power line
side of the existing road. It would provide safe     poles invite a complimentary use for their
travel for both pedestrians and cyclists.            requisite right-of-way.


This is a great north south corridor with mostly
existing shoulders, but they are rough and not
marked - it would be easy to add signage from I-
70 to Sedalia; would connect people to south         some parts of Hwy 65 are narrow and would
central Missouri and Truman Lake and western         require building shoulders, maybe getting
end of Lake of the Ozarks.                           wider right of way, I'm not sure

This is a narrow, two lane road with high traffic
and is the only main road through the area.

Wildwood and the Babler park area is a major
bicycling center. The route connects numerous
subdivisions and there is no other way for
bicyclists or pedestrians to safely travel through
this area.                                                                                         0

Major arterial without facilities, help connect to
bike lane facilities in creve coeur. Much needed
connection of ped facilities. This cooridor
supports a transit system. Major county park       No, it is called out as a bike lane in the City's
facilities are on the corridor                     proposed master bike/ped plan
Much of Hwy 94 between St Charles &
Marthasville has no shoulders. It has high heavy
truck traffic and high traffic to nearby wineries.
Adding shoulders to this stretch of highway has
been advocated strongly by a local citizens group
and would also be very well supported and used
by local bicyclists. It would also benefit people
who need to walk along the route from area
businesses, residents, or just auto drivers who
have a breakdown.                                                                               0

                                                  Unlike the bridge over the river, the bridges
                                                  (north and southbound) over the BNSF
                                                  railroad do not appear to have any extra
                                                  space. One possible solution to this is to
                                                  make an at-grade bicycle/pedestrian crossing
There's already space on the actual bridge over over the railroad linking North Outer Rd.
the Meramec river that could be restriped to      (also called Meramec St. on Google Maps) to
provide outside shoulders, instead of the current Elam Ave. and then having the route rejoin
inside shoulders.                                 141 at the Elam Ave. stoplight.

Dramatic speed differentials on the bridge make
a strong case for segregating motorized and non-
motorized traffic. "Jersey barriers" are the
proposed solution. Jersey barriers would offer the
added bonus of keeping most trash and debris
out of the bridge bike lanes (which is a continual These bike lanes do double duty as
problem now).                                       "shoulders" for distressed motorists.
1. Crossing the Meramec River in this area as a
pedestrian or cyclist requires using the Interstate
44 bridge.
2. The Great Rivers Greenway District's Meramec
Greenway project will be very limited in it's
future development without the use of this
bridge.
3. Reunites the Route 66 State Park with the
visitor center.
4. Wide range of public interest.                   It must be done soon before it collapses.
Children are walking to Mary Queen of Peace
elementary school through backyards and in
roadside culverts along this narrow and busy
street due to the lack of a sidewalk. Efforts to
remedy this unsafe situation have failed due to a
lack of funding from Glendale, St Louis County
and the unfunded state Missouri Access To
School Fund.
                                                    Narrow road and the road crosses a creek at
                                                    the bottom of the hill.




                                                    MDOT doesn't own this land, DNR does.
No Land Acquisition necessary.
Drawings already created and reviewed.              DNR may try to "Push" cyclists to other
Natural addition to funded project.                 trailheads (Matson, Weldon Spring) with no
MODOT and DNR both already aware of these           amenities (Food, Entertainment, Bike Shops)
efforts.                                            where they clearly do not want to
Bike/Ped Loop keeps families off the public         start/finish their ride as opposed to
highway UNTIL the parking lot becomes full, then    providing proper facilities where the people
cars and people park along dangerous portion of     want to be.
the Hwy.




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Better safety for Pedestrians, there is no sidewalk
on the North side of Lindbergh, between the
Union Road and Cordes, traffic signals, crossing
Lindbergh at Union is "at your own risk with high
traffic volume, and or higher than posted speed.
South bound Union Road lights are not activated
by Bicycles, unless a motor vehicle stops on the
trigger.                                            NO
Adding bike lanes provides a marked route for          That is an already congested area, and
cyclists in an area where there are very few river     narrowing the lanes or eliminating a lane
crossings. I'm all about vehicular cycling and         over the bridge crossing would be unpopular
"taking the lane" when necessary, but that is          with motorists. However, from a traffic flow
simply not safe or practical in this area with 55-65   standpoint, this shoulder would also serve as
mph traffic. This can be done cheaply -- i.e.,         a breakdown lane for stalled vehicles, which
changing lane markings, and requires no new            in the present configuration must jam a
construction. This would be a sorely needed            traffic lane anyway in event of mechanical
improvement.                                           problems.

This is just changing lane markings. Poor lane
design takes the RH merging lane all the way
across the bridge, right over where cyclists will
ride. The long merging lane is not needed as
natural driver instinct means motorists merge
into the through lanes well before they get to the
bridge.

Changing the lane markings and putting up "share
the road" signs would offer cyclists a safe bridge
crossing on a high-speed, high-volume road,
particularly in an area that has few places to cross
the Meramec. This means no added
construction, no lane restrictions, eliminations or
reductions. Just safe and happy cyclists.
Additionally, this adds a safe pedestrian crossing
as well, which is presently non-existent on the      I am not aware of any obstacles to getting
east-bound side of the bridge.                       this done.
The area between Telegraph and the Mississippi
River is already designated as a future greenway
by the Great Rivers Greenway District. There are
great swaths of greenspace nearby, parks and
unused flood plains. People who live nearby       The length is a bit long. Most of it already
currently have trouble getting to these parks by has a shoulder lane that appears to be for
bike.                                             bikes, though unmarked. The Greenway
                                                  Districts trail network is not yet mature
Telegraph, north of Jefferson Barracks becomes enough to be heavily used. As those trails
Broadway and goes straight downtown. A more develop, connecting them to Telegraph may
bikable Telegraph Road makes a more active        be difficult because the area between has
South County and in time a better Broadway. It some suburban housing developments with
connects St. Louis City to Jefferson County.      private unbikable cul-de-sacs. Some possible
                                                  trail connections still exist though. For
Jefferson Barracks is getting redesigned, why not instance, Cliff Cave County Park might
better incorporate regional bike transport into   connect to Telegraph off at the intersection
the picture?                                      with Erb Road.
                                                  The bridge isn't heavily used by bikes and
                                                  pedestrians, simply because it is nigh
                                                  impossible. It wasn't designed for such use
                                                  and most local residents would see any
                                                  expense to make it safe as a waste of
                                                  money.

This is only usable bridge for miles to get from    It is also an existing bridge, so little can be
one side of the highway to the other. If metro      done to expand it.
drops people off there, they shouldn't die on
their walk home in the dark.

This would allow commuting for St. Charles
area/Chesterfield residents. It would also          I believe this was planned in the renovation
connect the Katy trailhead at Missouri Research     of the bridge, but funding hadn't been
Park and Chesterfield levee path.                   secured.




It was outstanding before 2009, most recent
project ruined the bike lanes. It is creating and
unsafe environment both in and out of the           Someone believes this type of surface is
pedestrian lanes.                                   acceptable for bicycles.
The beauty of this project is that is provides for
needs of both vehicles and bicycles, increases
safety, and has cost effective advantages.

1. Shoulders added to these narrow winding
roadways will reduce accidents, injuries, and they
will save lives. Six people have been killed on
these roads alone in the past 13 months.
2. Shoulders will provide space for bicycles to
travel on the shoulders & not in the automobile
lanes, thus reducing the liklihood of
automobile/bicycle accidents. Provides safety
improvements for both vehicles and bicyles, and
affords bicycles safe access not previously
avaialble.
3. Shoulders can be added to these roads with no
right of way issues - no right of way will need be   There are no known difficulties or obstacles
purchased - makes project cost effective.            related to this project. No right of way will
4. The rural location of these roads allows          need be purchased, no utilities will require
shoulders to be added with no requirements to        relocation. MoDOT has surveyed these roads
relocate utilities - makes project cost effective.   and is completing the design phase.




Putting a signal at this intersection, would add
great saftey, for everybody using this point to
negociate this intersection.                                                                     0
The trail and on-street crossings are important
components in the city’s evolving non-motorized
transportation system. There are many reasons
why this is a particularly good project, as
addressed below:

Component 1. The 585-foot long Trail Component
will provide important non-motorized
connectivity to the City of Kirkwood, to the
Powder Valley Nature/Conservation Center, and
to the Meramec Greenway which is under
development. The trail itself will be highly visible The slopes and vegetation along the
to traffic on the eastbound lanes of I-44, one of northernmost part of the project at I-44
MoDOT’s busier interstates.                          presents a more costly development
                                                     challenge and will necessitate a higher level
Component 2. The Rott Road Component will            of investment. (Refer to image) Having
connect: Watson Trail Park/Lindbergh Boulevard MoDOT as a second regional partner will
to the Sunset Hills Athletic Fields and future       enable this project to move forward.
Meramec Greenway; provide for safe bicycle
movement at the I-270 underpass. It will also        The project also addresses obstacles/barriers
connect the following: Community Center,             to cross-movement that affect Sunset Hills
swimming pool, government complex, South             and the entire region: I-44 and I-270.
County Technical High School; Athletic Fields;
Lindbergh Boulevard (which already has Share         Funding of the entire project has also been
the Road signs), Robyn Road and Rott Road.           an obstacle that would be alleviated with
                                                     MoDOT involvement as an additional
Component 3. The Sappington Road Component regional partner.
will provide for safe bicycle and pedestrian




The distances are very reasonable for walking and      It would be necessary to reconfigure some of
methods for transporting luggage can be made           the geometrics along Air Flight Dr. and to
available. The use of slower electric golf cart-like   flatten an area under the I-70 Bridge.
vehicles provides an effective alternative in          Storage and rental of carts and bicycles will
inclimate weather. I expect that traffic will flow     need to be addressed and their availablity
better as a result.                                    well advertised.
The area in question could be re-designed and re-
built for a moderate cost. It will forge a
desperately needed connection between the
neighborhoods and significant bike/ped facilities. To do it right, MODOT will need to
The project area was the site of an MLK Day clean- coordinate with SLDC and Great Rivers
up attended by Mayor Slay who commented on Greenway, both of which are working on
the strong need to improve the connection.         improving the connection heading east from
There are many key partners already at the table Broadway to the River (two blocks east of
who want to see this happen.                       the off-ramp in question).


Mid-Metro 4 Communities have worked with
Trailnet, Bike St Louis, Great Rivers Greenway and
community engagement meetings to research
and identify proposed routes which would serve
bike/ped needs of the greater St Louis Mid-
County area and those transversing the area to
access major business, retail, St Louis County seat
(Clayton) and Downtown St Louis.
There are 5 METRO stations within this project
area in addition to the intersections of I-170 and I- Great opportunity for regional planning,
64.                                                   participation and cooperation.

there are two blind curves, no shoulder (deep
gullies) and a steep incline. it is difficult for
vehicular traffic to see, much less go-around slow-
moving bicycle traffic.

ADA: there are only (100+) steps or a steep, root-
and rut-filled path from Creve Coeur Park to       creek
Creve Coeur Lake for the disabled you must get jurisdiction (county, state, municipal
into your car to go from one area to the other.    responsibilities may overlap)
         The ones on Kirkwood road have been there
         several years, and they're just a big safety
         hazard. The ones on Old Gravois will also
         become a hazard once the bridge is rebuilt
Safety   and traffic increases
There are only three ways to get to Fenton from
Valley Park or Sunset Hills:
* Hwy 141 - Three lanes, no shoulder. Simply not
safe for a slow-moving vehicle like a bicycle.
* Hwy 30 - Very long and hilly detour from Valley
Park, Ballwin, etc. Has a shoulder, but high
speeds, and the 30-141 intersection isn't very
navigable by bicycle.
* Gravois Rd - The best option currently, as it's
closed to cars; but also a very long, hilly detour
from Valley Park etc.

Fenton is a great area for bicycle riding, with
bicycle paths in parks, lots of flat ground, etc.; but
only if the rider can get there in the first place.
Fenton is also a convenient location for bicycle
commuting, but lack of access along 141 is highly
discouraging to any who might otherwise choose
to bicycle commute. For someone who lives in
Kirkwood or Valley Park or Ballwin, going all the
way to Gravois Rd to get to work at, say, Maritz,
isn't realistic on a daily basis.                                           0


Traffic volume and the difference in traffic speed
between cyclists and vehicles on the approaches
and crossing to the Meramec River on 141
creates both (1) a dangerous situation for cyclists,
and (2) an impediment to traffic on a heavily
traveled roadway. There are virtually no other
alternatives for cyclists to cross the Meramec
within any reasonable distance. The bridge would
also allow hikers the ability to cross the Meramec
safely without impeding traffic flow. It would be a
major step in providing safe route linkages
between greenways.                                   None that I know of.
The roadway is a major corridor connecting West
St. Louis County to the interior loop of I-270.
There are bike lanes on Route 340 in Creve Coeur
which this project would connect to. Taking the
bike lanes throughout the City limits would
provide major bike connections to public parks,
shopping, residential, other bike facilities, and a
Great Rivers Greenway project through
Chesterfield Valley and Creve Coeur Park. This
project would be extremely cost effective due to
the existing shoulders along the corridor and
widely demanded by Wildwood, Chesterfield, and
Creve Coeur residents. The City of Chesterfield       It would be a fairly straight forward project
has included in their Bike/Ped Master Plan this       in existing Rights of Way. Grades are very
corridor as a proposed bike lane. The public          reasonable and don't pose any apparent
support currently exists for this project.            issues. Seems like a great project.




1) Bevo is one of the St. Louis's largest and
densest neighborhoods. With scores of newly
arrived immigrants who walk the neighborhood's
revived business district along Gravois Avenue,
pedestrian improvements are sorely needed.
2) The greenway connection at Christy would           I would not anticipate any business owner or
allow safer cycling into the business district,       neighborhood opposition. Slower traffic
offering the neighborhood another (safe) mode         through the neighborhood would make
of transit. So too might the bike lanes bring more    pedestrians and cyclists safer and would
business to the neighborhood.                         invite more people to the business district.
3) Gravois Avenue in Bevo is one of the few state-    The median would need to be maintained;
maintained roads in the city of St. Louis with        an alternative to the median would be to
considerable remaining historic commercial            widen sidewalks and restripe lanes, much as
fabric. This fabric should be strengthened by a       is being done on South Grand Boulevard in
more pedestrian- and cyclist-oriented layout.         the International District of St. Louis.




Low costs, alerts road users to potential hazard
with maximum clarity. Could be a change going
forward rather than retroactive.                                                                      0
Provides badly needed connection between           None. This should be done under federal
existing cycling hotspots
A simple solution is to build a sidewalk about 400 law.
feet in length along the north side of the Hanley-
Brentwood connector and provide a gate through
the wall for pedestrians and cyclists. There is
plenty of room for this infrastructure and it would
allow residents customers access these preferred
destinations by foot or bike instead of being
forced into cars by the removal of the pedestrian
bridge. Ideally a bridge would be built over the
New 64 but the posited sidewalk-path is a
practical and doable solution.

This area is one of the busiest commercial-
shopping areas in the StL region. Typically the
parking lots are filled with cars and the
intersections have high motorized traffic volume.
In addition, the numerous young students who
want to go to these stores, library and
recreational center are burdened with traveling
distances that cause them to forego these
important destinations on the south side of the
New 64.

Without a connector sidewalk-path, residents and      The new sound wall is an obstacle but can be
shoppers must walk and/or cycle along Clayton         easily modified. No additional signage is
Road, Hanley Road, Brentwood Blvd and Eager           needed as this sidewalk-path would connect
Road much greater distances than necessary            with the current path on the west side of
which adds unnecessarily to motorized traffic.        Hanley Road.
Soulard is a huge bike destination with the
Farmers' Market, the restaurants and shops.           3rd Street is partly vacated to the Nooter
Making a viable bike loop through the                 Corp (I believe) and other coporations.
neighborhood will encourage more two wheel            PLease contact 7th Ward Alderwoman Phyllis
traffic in this vibrant neighborhood. Sidewlak        Young for more deatils.
repairs for Pedestrian traffic should accompany       YoungP@stlouiscity.com.
the bike lanes.
A lot of people are impacted by this poor
situation. Just loo at the dirt path on both sides There is an overpass that has concrete posts,
that was worn by all the foot traffic. You will    but the sidewalk or bike lane can go on the
frequently see pedestrians trying to cross with no outside of the posts.
safe way to do so.


It would help, walkers, runners, bikers all
peditroions.                                                                                         0




This would provide a safer alternative for cyclists
and pedestrians. This would also potentially
shorten the path between these two parks.
Currently it is a about 4 miles using a combination
of back roads or 5 miles via Telegraph. This helps
connects the greenways the River Des Peres
Greenway to the Mississippi River Greenway.
                                                      The Private Quarry at the end of Koch Road.
Could be free if you get the Quarry to do all the     They have a gate on Bussen Road since this is
work.                                                 a private road.
It's a proven route for cyclists. It would be well    Some car drivers that have gotten used to
used.                                                 the turning lane may object.

There is a high volume of bicycle traffic in
Wildwood, and Route 109 contains the 3 most
hazardous miles in Wildwood (per St. Louis            May require substantial grading or retaining
County annual report).                                walls in certain areas.
On the west side of 141 sits a busy shopping plaza
- Dierbergs, McDonalds, St. Louis Bread, Pizza
Hut, you name it, and a large subdivision. On the
other (east) side of 141 sits a large subdivision, a   I know of no obstacles to getting this done.
library, Fenton city hall, a school and a catholic     There is a traffic signal already there, so this
church. There is no way for pedestrians to cross       would not affect traffic flow. In fact, it is so
141 to get from one of these destinations to the       obviously needed I can't believe it wasn't
other without going approximately a half mile          installed in the first place. I believe this
down and a half mile back on roads with                would receive immediate foot traffic and lots
shoulders but no sidewalks.                            of it.


                                                       No major obstacles - there appears to be
High volume of bicycle traffic, but no shoulders       sufficient existing right-of-way to complete
currently exist.                                       this project.

Safety of bicyclists is a concern and an improved
shoulder(s) along the road will assist in safety.
The improvements from the state park to Vine
Street would help meet those goals. Vine Street is
being improved with STP funds within the next      The willingness of DNR-State Parks to make
year.                                              it happen could be an obstacle.


Adding bike lanes to this road would connect
THREE cycling trails: 1.Sunset Greenway Trail; 2.
Ted Jones Trail; 3. St. Vincent Greenway Trail.
Many cyclists use this road for commuting and
recreational cycling and the current shoulders are
not wide enough for safe cycling. Also the
sidewalk system contains abrupt shoulders and
cannot be used by disabled people so this project
would also include ADA benefit.                                                                       0
 This trail could provide access great access from
O'fallon, Dardenne Prairie, Lake St. Louis to a very
large list of trail systems.
Busch Wildlife Area(Multiple trails), Weldon
Springs Conservation Area(Lewis and Clark Trails),
Hamburg Trail, Katy Trail, Lost Valley Trail,
Matson Hill Park Trail, Klondike Park Trail,
Bangert Island Trails, Creve Coure Lake and Park       MDC? Not really. No need to pave a trail
Trails, and hopefully someday through Busch to         that connects to gravel. Keep the trail along
Brommelsiek Park via Schwede Road.                     the fence line as not impact hunting areas.
Imagine a bike ride from from Winghaven to Old         Natural/Gravel surface is fine.
Town in St Charles, or Augusta with minimal            http://www.mapmyfitness.com/route/us/m
automobile interaction...                              o/o%27fallon/688126693848084820


Encourage commuting to downtown by bicycle.
Extending the bike lane on Lindell Blvd. would
give a straight shot from Hanley to downtown via
the Wydown bike lane to Forest Park to the       Not sure if Lindell Blvd is wide enough
proposed Kingshighway start of bike lane.        through the Central West End corridor.




This is one of those areas that have been given
completely over to the car, and for that reason
look unimportant and neglected. A crosswalk
here would reverse that reality, knitting
neighborhoods together, strengthening the
faltering retail development in this area and
making the nearby multi-family housing along
Chippewa safer and more livable.                                                                   0
                                                   The biggest obstacle I see is the availability
                                                   of land to expand Manchester by 4-5 feet on
                                                   both side of the road. You would be adding
                                                   about a lane. I understand moving the speed
                                                   limit down along that stretch is probably not
                                                   an option but making it a biker friendly area
                                                   that is not too intimidiating would be
This is a needed project as a large amout of       important. Currently to get from the heart
people could safety taken out of driving a car for of the city to say Webster Groves without a
short trips if Manchester was made more biker      spiderweb of side streets involves going
friendly. Manchester/Chouteau in the City is       south to Grant's Trail and heading west from
wide and very user friendly. Think retail, dining there. It also is effectiver with the expansion
opportunities east of McCausland as what this      of the River Des Peres bike system but it
would be opening up.                               ends in a real mess around Shrewsbury.

                                                    The difficulty is that Carman Road ends and
                                                    the entrance to the neighborhood on the
                                                    other side of 141 is catty-corner (Bromfield
                                                    Terrace) rather than straight across. This
                                                    makes it especially dangerous for someone
                                                    to come out of that neighborhood and get to
This would make it a lot safer for foot traffic and Carman Road. It requires traveling 141 for a
bicycles to cross 141. Would be especially useful short distance with no sidewalk or other safe
to people trying to reach Parkway South High        way to reach Carman Road or conversely
school from Carman Road.                            Bromfield Terrace.




There are limiting factors: space and topography
on both sides Tenbrook Road. The sidewalk will      Terrain such as hills on one side or the other,
have to vary from side to side and include cross    homes with short building setbacks,
walks, curb cuts, and signage. However, since       driveways approaches, mulitple street
sidewalks are not proposed for both sides – it is   intersections, utilities and storm water
anticipated to cost less that a typical sidewalk    drainage, are all obstacles that will challenge
project and still achieve the desired connection.   this project.
At the moment there is no safe crossing of the
Meramec for bicylists and pedestrians, thus
limiting access to Lone Elk State Park, among
many other places. Crossings of the Meramec
Gravois, Old Gravois, and Tesson Ferry are not
safe for cyclists. Telegraph Rd. (and possibly Le
May Ferry) are the only links between The St.
Louis metropolitan area and Jefferson County                                                      0




Very short sections of paved trail would need to
be installed. Otherwise it is just a painted bike
lane, and signage.                                                                                0


There is a public library on Meramec station Rd,
North of Big Bend Rd that people west of Hwy-
141 could use if there were good access. Access
to the shopping districts (Schnucks, Shop and
Save and many others) would be much safer and
accessible. It would also allow cyclist to use back
roads (not Big Bend Rd) to travel east and west.
Currently that section of Big Bend Rd (from
Dougherty Ferry Rd to New Ballwin Rd) is UNSAFE
for cyclist. Allowing access to the subdivision
roads would be helpful. Currently most cyclist use Can't think of any. It should have been done
Vance Rd or travel north to Clayton Rd to be able without question when Hwy-141 was first
to then travel East or West.                        improved some years ago.




Currently the safest way to travel from Kirkwood
Mo to Ballwin Mo and farther west is to use Big
Bend to Forest Ave to Vance Rd. We then cross
north of Big Bend on Sulphur Springs Rd and use
subdivision roads to continue west.
                                                   I think the road is controlled by St Louis
None of those roads are really good for cycling, county. Maybe someone could talk to them
but they are better than being on 5 lane Big Bend. about it.
This is simply a recognition that there are
significant numbers of cyclists using Clayton
Road. The upgrades will be relatively inexpensive
in that it mostly involves striping or re-striping   Clayton Road in certain sections is the
particularly at intersections. These are safety      responsibility of the various cities through
measures to make the route more predictable for      which it passes. An agreement would be
cyclists and motorists alike.                        required with all jurisdictions.

Upper Bottom Road has great shoulders north
and south of here but lacks them for some reason
in this short stretch. Upper Bottom is a great
access road for many bike routes including the
Katy Trail and Creve Coeur connector. This is a
dangerous, high traffic section of the road where
shoulders would greatly benefit cyclists,         None that I can see. Looks like the needed
pedestrians, and drivers.                         area is clear.




Extra room on the shoulders would give bike
commuters the room and safety they need.             no.

Low cost, less than a couple hundred feet of
asphalt or concrete will make it safe to walk or
bicycle between two commerce and residential
communities. It just doesn't make sense to have
sidewalks end abruptly in to the mud when the
paving of a short gap can connect miles of
shoulder and sidewalk.                               None

The small span in question lies between several
very large apartment complexes/homes and
shopping/grocery store, restaurants and
churches. Currently the area lacks sidewalks,
crosswalks and curb cuts for ADA.                    none, it is already MoDOT Right of Way.
Predominately restriping for bike lanes. would
provide good access for bike commuters to            minor pavement widening on McDonnell at
Metro-link at airport                                Banshee is needed




Connects Residential area around Pattenville High
School to the trail network around Creve Coeur
Park                                                                                           0


                                                 0                                             0




Pedestrians are already crossing here despite the
inherently dangerous situation. An improved
crossing would benefit bicyclists & disabled users
as well.                                           Limited bridge width.
This is a high vehicluar traveled route, ADT of
16,000+. The route has two schools and a
number of subdivisions that connect to both
schools via this roadway system. The schools use
the paths for physical fitness and would be a huge     Depending on how wide of path constructed,
safety benefit to update the walkway system. In        currently there should be sufficient right-of-
addition, residents use this path to connect to        way. The only obstacle would be the
additional trails within the City; therefore,          acquisition of additional right-of-way for a
updating ADA facilities would be beneficial to this    wider path or to move the path further from
project.                                               vehicular traffic.

The heavily-used Frisco Greenway Trail extends
about 1/2-mile north of 171, but crossing 171
requires users to go 1/2 mile east to a crossing
signal that is not on long enough for pedestrians.
A pedestrian crossing, if not a separate grade,
would make it much easier and safer for cyclists
and pedestrians to travel between Joplin and
Webb City.                                                                                         0

This 16-mile trail connects Carthage with Carl
Junction, via Oronogo. Crossing busy Highway
171 is hazardous for both cyclists and
pedestrians. A separate-grade crossing [a tunnel
might be easiest] would help complete a project
that could establish safe bicycle links among most
of the towns of Jasper County.                                                                     0


Although the popular Frisco Greenway Trail is not
far from Missouri Southern State University,
there is no safe & easy connection. Newman
Road has wide, bicycle-friendly shoulders, and
the city of Joplin has marked bicycle lanes on
Zora. Bike lanes and appropriate signage for a
relatively short distance along Range Line Road
could establish safe cycle connections between
two popular destinations for relatively little cost.                                               0
Such a bike lane could establish a link between
two Jasper County rail trails - the Frisco
Greenway and the Ruby Jack. It could also
provide a safe route to school for children
attending Truman Elementary School at Hwy 96
and Hwy D.                                                                                         0
This lane would provide area residents with safer
access to Truman Elementary and to the Ruby
Jack Trail, which in turn would provide residents
of Alba, Purcell, etc. with a safe bicycle route to
Carthage and Carl Junction, and, via a lane along
Highway D to 171, to the Frisco Greenway Trail
and thus Joplin.                                      0
This lane would provide sabe bicycle access from
the southern reaches of metro Joplin and from
Diamond to George Washington Carver national
monument.                                             0

A narrow walkway/bikeway over I-44 would
greatly improve bicycle access to Missouri
Southern, to Northpark Mall, and to other Joplin
destinations for residents of the south area and
even from as far away as Neosho.                      0

Crosswalks and pedestrian signals would make
the connection between the residential areas
south of I-44 and the businesses north of I-44
much safer. Currently, it is necessary to dash
across the freeway on- and off-ramps.                 0

With the opening of the new U. S. 71, the lower
traffic count on Gateway Drive (MO 175) makes
this an ideal bicycle connection between Joplin
and Neosho. So long as current shoulder surface
is maintained whenever roadwork is done, it
would take only a marked lane and appropriate
signage to make this a safe and, we predict,
heavily-used bicycle route.                           0

The shoulder is wide enough. It just needs to be a
bit smoother to provide a GREAT bicycle route
from the Joplin metro area to Jasper and Lamar.       0
As a school nurse, I am acutely aware of the
epidemic of childhood obesity in our society. This
is affecting many areas of life as these children
mature into unhealthy adults. The Nevada Trails      Money.
Coalition would like to promote exercise among       Both the Nevada City Council and the
our youth, including the time-honored childhood      Nevada Parks and Recreation Department, as
sport of cycling. Since cycling is one of the only   well as the city manager, (all of whom we
modes of transportation for children after school,   have met with at different times over the
(since parents are still at work), having safe       past six months), have been very open to our
routes for them to travel to supervised activities   vision of providing safe cycling/walking for
is of prime importance. Currently, Nevada has no     our children within the city limits. Money is
such routes marked for our children.                 our main obstacle.

We would like to continue connecting the
southern part of the state via cycling trails to
invite increasing cycling tourism throughout the
beautiful southern half of Missouri. Possible
tourism includes the Tour of Missouri, the R.A.M.    Money. Hwy 54 and Hwy 43 are not safe for
(Race Across America, which has already come         cyclists, and to promote this area of tourism,
through Nevada in years past), and also local        we must provide safe venues within our
rides and events.                                    area. Currently, we are sorely lacking.

The City of Nevada has been working with the
local ADA Advisory Board, members of the
community with disabliites and respresentatives
from entities which provide services to these
individuals and they all agree this is the most
accessible and cost effective route. The
sidewalks will conform to the American               We have been working on getting this route
Association of State Highway and Transportation      established since 2006 and we can't forsee
Standards, Uniform Federal Accessibility             any obstacles other than lack of funding. We
Standards and the Americans with Disabilities Act    would appreciate your consideration on this
Accessibility Guidelines.                            worthy project.

When this highway was constructed through the
city there was no consideration to having
sidewalks for to safely walk along a main
thoroughfare. Many residents have the need to
walk to to retail businesses and must walk on the
highway or shoulder to reach a destination.       none
It would be a particulary good project & probably
put some people to work or put Unemployed
people to work building a Bicycle/Buggy Lane
alongside most of the 2 Lane roads in the
Webster County, MO area.
Because, it would not only give a better chance
for Bicyclists to get out & Ride some to get much
needed exercise but, it would also possibly
eliminate or slow down any vehicle vs Amish
Horse & Buggy Accidents with all the Traffic in the
Webster County, MO area.
I was originally 1 of the people in the State that None that I am aware of except maybe a
was in Favor of constructing the Katy Trail.        bridge, culvert or 2?


This project will improve the safety of pedestrian
and bicylces as well as handicapped people
crossing the existing signalized intersections.The
project is cost effective as it would provide safety We don't have any information regarding the
enhancements to a traffic signal system already condition of the existing MoDOT trffic
in place.                                            control systems.




* Christian County is the fastest growing county
in the state
* Discussions with the board of the Mulberry
Ridge Subdivision, bordered by the subdivisions
of Ozark Heights, Creek Bridge, and Stone Gate,
indicate an interest in contributing up to $10,000
of its own money should the project intersect
with its planned trails.
* The OTC Richwood Valley Campus is right
between Ozark and Nixa
* Existing, low-traffic backroads already exist      * To connect the community center at the
* Parts of Fremont road from Springfield has         City of Ozark with Nixa, you would either
already been designated a bicycle-friendly lane.     need to go over Highway 65 or under it:
This would create a network that goes from           there is possible access just north of the
Springfield to both Nixa and Ozark.                  highway 65 Finley River bridge.
                                                     * Additional problems would occur crossing
                                                     highway 14 to get access to the OTC Campus
For purposes of bicycling, the James River
Freeway is a dangerous barrier that cuts the far
south side of the city off from the main part of
town. Crossings at Glenstone, Fremont, National,
Campbell, and Kansas are death traps. The
Galloway Greenways trail (far east) and Scenic
(far west) are too impractical unless you are
going that way. Perhaps it is not too late to make Approaches from both directions are also at
Campbell Ave a safe place to cross, since it is    issue. Heavy projected traffic volumes also
about to be redone.                                factor in.


This route in north central Springfield serves
numerous hotels and motels, restaurants, and
retail businesses that face the street and
industrial operations and residential areas behind
the highway commercial businesses. There is a
considerable amount of pedestrian activity as
evidenced by the paths behind the curb.
Glenstone Avenue carries between 30,000 and
36,000 vehicles per day and is served by five bus
lines, each serving a portion of the segment, that
converge at the intersection of Glenstone Avenue     The right-of-way behind the curb is narrow
and Kearney Street. Three pedestrian crashes         (a 64-foot street in 80 feet of right-of-way)
occurred in 2009. Addition of sidewalks will         and many of the driveways are relatively
improve safety and facilitate walking.               steep.




This route in northwest Springfield serves
numerous restaurants and retail and service
businesses and a school that face the street and
residential areas behind the commercial
businesses. There is a considerable amount of
pedestrian activity as evidenced by the paths
behind the curb. Traffic volumes on Kearney
Street range from 24,000 vehicles per day west of
Broadway Avenue to 16,000 vehicles per day east
of Fulbright Avenue. The segment east of Kansas
Expressway is served by three bus lines and the
segment west of Kansas Expressway is served by       East of Kansas Expressway the right-of-way
one bus line. Three pedestrian and one bicycle       behind the curb is narrow (a 60-foot street in
crash occurred in 2009. Addition of sidewalks will   80 feet of right-of-way) and many of the
improve safety and facilitate walking.               driveways are relatively steep.
Chestnut Expressway bisects central Springfield
providing motor traffic access but serving as a
barrier for pedestrian and bicycle access. Four of
the cross streets are existing or proposed bike
routes. Traffic volumes on Chestnut Expressway
range from 27,000 vehicles per day at each end
to 35,000 vehicles per day near downtown. Five
bus routes cross this portion of Chestnut
Expressway. There are a number of government
services, retail and service businesses, education
facilities, industries, and residences adjacent to
chestnut Expressway, each of which generate
considerable trips of all modes. Upgrading the
traffic signals will improve safety for existing   Right-of-way is available at each location.
pedestrian and bicycle movements and facilitate Existing equipment is obsolete and will
more non-motorized trips.                          require full traffic signal replacement.

There is a trail system in which the 4 lane
highway divides. It is not safe to go from one trail
to the other trail. Every day, dozens of trail users
cross between the gaps in the traffic.               NO - I just see the need.

This is a particularly good project because it is
utilized by cyclists as they travel across Missouri
following Adventure Cycling's bicycle touring
map.                                                                                             0

The HWY 63 overpass at I-44 is unfriendly for
cyclists or walkers, as is HWY 63 north to the city
limits. There are nice paved county roads for
riding up that way, but it is prohibitive for cyclists
to reach them unless traffic is extremely light for
some reason. There are also quite a few
businesses that could be reached on foot or by
bicycle, and right now it can be downright scary
to attempt to go there without jumping in the
car.                                                                                             0


High use, near city, very near University with high
ped & bike traffic. Extremely narrow sidewalk is
impossible for wheelchair users to pass and close
to impossible for bicyclists. Simple fix would take
a foot or two of roadway & move the concrete
sidewalk barrier over a foot or two.                                                             0
I can't stress this one enough. The HWY
63/Kingshighway Intersection has NO
accommodations for anyone other than cars. To
cross this intersection by foot or bicycle is an
extremely uncomfortable situation. I have seen
folks in wheelchairs actually driving in the traffic
lanes to get across. How dangerous is that? I
believe a tunnel or pedestrian overpass is needed
to rectify this situation.

The intersection is in the heart of Rolla, with a
park on one corner, businesses on the other
corners, sidewalks leading up from some (though
not all) directions, nearby hotels, restaurants, and
other destinations often used by tourists,
students, and others who may not have
automobiles.                                                                                   0

Although this seems like a lot of routes, even just
placing one our two signs on each route, after key
intersections, would raise awareness of the
existing common bicyclist use of these routes in
this area at a very low cost.

Estimated cost is based on 4 signs per named
highway at cost of $500/sign.                                                                  0

Very near the city, potentially good bicycle route,
makes connections to other commonly used
bicycle routes (CR3110 and CR3010) which are
bicycleable and reach a number of other
destinations, currently very bad for bicycling due
to narrow width/high traffic.

Enough right-of-way exists to easily add 3-4 foot      Ditches on each side would need to be
shoulders on each side.                                moved/reconfigured.
Many local bicyclists use these routes already.
The routes are used by cross-country bicyclists.
The routes are part of the Route 66 bicycle route
across the state/nation. Low cost.

Cost is estimated by a share the road sign every 4
miles in each direction, for 20 miles, two
frontage/outer roads in each direction (one on
each side of I-44) and two directions out from     Some routes are likely state roads but other
Rolla. That makes about 40 signs total.            frontage roads may be county roads.

A completed ADA compliant sidewalk system
along Hwy 8 through the City of Potosi would
encourage retail growth in an economically
distressed area. The project would allow
connectivity to major institutions such as the
library, government offices, schools as well as the
retail area of the city while encouraging exercise
via pedestrian access. The City of Potosi would
commit in-kind labor and a portion of the funding Engineering work and funding would be the
for the project.                                    major obstacles to the project.




Aside from connecting two existing facilities and
the partnership formed between two cities, this
would provide a safer environment for those that
wish to bike or walk from one town to the next.                                                   0
Many large trucks and trailers on narrow road put
cyclists in danger-Because of steep terrain cyclists
are sometimes not even in view until vehicles top
the hill-Heavy loads and wide vehicles in both
directions make slowing down and/or stopping
for cyclists on roadway difficult.
Scenic area visited by many                          no




from cape to trail of tears... for starters... and
more ways to 'get outta town' without a car...                                                      0




Hike & Bike trails are a relatively new addition to
the town of Perryville. They have been very well
recieved and are heavily used by our citizens.
The idea of improving our trails by simply
connecting them is a novel idea that will pay huge
dividends. It also fits nicely with the community's
increased focus on health and fitness.              The primary obstacle is funding.

This is the only section of Highway 34/72 that
does not currently have a sidewalk. Construction
of this missing piece of sidewalk would complete
a comprehensive link for bicyclists and
pedestrians between the cities of Jackson and
Cape Girardeau along this busy route. Plus, it           No, there are no known obstacles to getting
would provide added safety to the students of            this small project completed as the sidewalk
Jackson High School who choose to walk or bike           should be constructed on MoDOT right of
to school.                                               way.




                                                     0                                              0
Needed because of approval of many senior
citizens, especially that are health conscious. Also
for safety reasons. (no more walking on the
streets)                                             financial difficulties




Heavily travelled road.                                                                         0


Provides a way for cyclists to enter the city of
Farmington from the south and east. Provides an
optional route for Tran-Am riders to get to Trans
Am Inn (bicycle hostel)                                                                         0

This is a good project because there is already
significant pedestrian traffic on the route. In
addition, there is future planned multi-family        None noted. The city of Farmington will
growth in the area that will increase the             partner with MoDOT to see this project
usage/impact along the route.                         completed.




High density of users and school. This project will None noted. The City of Farmington will
impact a large number of current users on an        partner with MoDOT to complete the
existing route system.                              project.

The intersections are currently used by
pedestrians as crossing points of a busy state
highway. Additional safety improvements are
necessary to ensure public safety. In addition,
there are several disabled persons that cross
Highway 32 daily.                                     None known.
Project Type (as   MoDOT District   Metro Area        Google maps link to project/location   Timestamp (from
submitted)                                                                                   online
                                                                                             submissions)




                                    Not in any of
Non-                                the metro areas
infrastructure     Other area       above                                                         1/14/2010

                                    Not in any of
Shoulder,                           the metro areas
Bicycle Lane       Other area       above                                                         1/31/2010




                                    Not in any of
                                    the metro areas
Shoulder           Other area       above                                                          2/7/2010




Bicycle Lane,
Crosswalks         Other area                     0 Missouri                                      2/22/2010
                              Not in any of
Signs, traffic                the metro areas
signals          Other area   above           US-Missouri   2/22/2010


all major
highways         Other area                0                2/22/2010
                                  Not in any of
                                  the metro areas
                   0 Other area   above               2/23/2010




                                  Not in any of
                                  the metro areas
Planning            Other area    above             40237.54529




                                  Not in any of
                                  the metro areas
Planning, trails    Other area    above             40237.54703
               1 NW - St.
               Joseph &
               surrounding   St Joseph metro
bike trail     area          area                                                1/31/2010

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               Joseph &                      1,-
               surrounding   St Joseph metro 94.817784&spn=0.007765,0.013154
Sidewalk       area          area            &z=16                                2/2/2010
                                              http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                              source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=st.
                                              +Joseph,+MO&sll=40.75844,-
                                              73.985195&sspn=0.061373,0.10522
                                              8&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Saint+Josep
                1 NW - St.                    h,+Buchanan,+Missouri&ll=39.93475
                Joseph &                      ,-
Shoulder,       surrounding   St Joseph metro 94.842138&spn=0.015532,0.026307
Sidewalk        area          area            &z=15                               2/2/2010

                                              http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                              source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=st.
                                              +Joseph,+MO&sll=40.75844,-
                                              73.985195&sspn=0.061373,0.10522
                                              8&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Saint+Josep
                1 NW - St.                    h,+Buchanan,+Missouri&ll=39.77727
                Joseph &                      6,-
                surrounding   St Joseph metro 94.798923&spn=0.007784,0.013154
Sidewalk        area          area            &z=16                               2/2/2010

                                              http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                              source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=st.
                                              +joseph,+MO&sll=37.0625,-
                                              95.677068&sspn=34.313287,53.876
                                              953&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Saint+Jos
                1 NW - St.                    eph,+Buchanan,+Missouri&ll=39.753
                Joseph &                      723,-
Shoulder,       surrounding   St Joseph metro 94.785061&spn=0.032531,0.052614
Sidewalk        area          area            &z=14                               2/2/2010

                                              http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                              source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=st.
                                              +joseph,+MO&sll=37.0625,-
                                              95.677068&sspn=34.313287,53.876
                                              953&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Saint+Jos
                1 NW - St.                    eph,+Buchanan,+Missouri&ll=39.720
                Joseph &                      788,-
Shoulder,       surrounding   St Joseph metro 94.77459&spn=0.032547,0.052614&
Sidewalk        area          area            z=14                                2/2/2010




                1 NW - St.
                Joseph &
                surrounding   St Joseph metro
Bridge Grates   area          area            Entire St. Joseph Metro             2/4/2010
                                             http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                             source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=ba
                                             rnard+missouri&sll=37.0625,-
                                             95.677068&sspn=33.847644,78.662
              1 NW - St.                     109&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Barnard,
              Joseph &       Not in any of   +Nodaway,+Missouri&ll=40.173914,-
Crosswalks,   surrounding    the metro areas 94.82016&spn=0.001992,0.004801&
Signs         area           above           t=h&z=18                            2/23/2010




              2 NCENTRAL -
              Chillicothe,
Shoulder,     Kirksville,                   Commercial street runs parallel to
Sidewalk      Macon                       0 Highway 24                           2/23/2010




                                            http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?h
                                            l=en&client=dell-usuk-
                                            rel&channel=us&ad=w5&adsafe=hig
                                            h&safe=high&ie=UTF8&msa=0&ll=39
              2 NCENTRAL -                  .748378,-
              Chillicothe,                  93.548241&spn=0.09714,0.219383&
              Kirksville,                   z=12&msid=1088309279962300764
Shoulder      Macon                       0 76.0004804422687561d22cb             2/23/2010

                                            http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?h
                                            l=en&client=dell-usuk-
                                            rel&channel=us&ad=w5&adsafe=hig
                                            h&safe=high&ie=UTF8&msa=0&ll=39
              2 NCENTRAL -                  .706394,-
              Chillicothe,                  93.618279&spn=0.097199,0.219383
              Kirksville,                   &z=12&msid=108830927996230076
Signs         Macon                       0 476.0004804ba3d0cddd73495            2/23/2010
Shoulder,
Sidewalk,       2 NCENTRAL -                   http://www.mapquest.com/maps?ci
Bicycle Lane,   Chillicothe,                   ty=Chillicothe&state=MO&zipcode=6
Intersection    Kirksville,                    4601&country=US&latitude=39.7775
improvements    Macon                        0 &longitude=-93.53&geocode=ZIP       2/24/2010




                2 NCENTRAL -
                Chillicothe,   Not in any of
                Kirksville,    the metro areas
Shoulder        Macon          above                                               1/13/2010




                2 NCENTRAL -
                Chillicothe,   Not in any of
                Kirksville,    the metro areas
Sidewalk        Macon          above                                               1/14/2010
                                               http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                               source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=63
                                               501&sll=37.0625,-
                                               95.677068&sspn=28.472892,79.013
                                               672&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Kirksville,
                2 NCENTRAL -                   +Adair,+Missouri+63501&ll=40.1936
                Chillicothe,   Not in any of   27,-
Bicycle Lane,   Kirksville,    the metro areas 92.622643&spn=0.02675,0.077162&
Multi-Use Trail Macon          above           t=h&z=14                            2/23/2010




                                               http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                               source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=clif
               2 NCENTRAL -                    ton+hill,+mo&sll=39.438082,-
               Chillicothe,    Not in any of   92.666287&sspn=0.007283,0.01651
               Kirksville,     the metro areas 2&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Clifton+Hill,
Sidewalk       Macon           above           +Randolph,+Missouri&t=h&z=15        2/24/2010
Shoulder,       3 NE - Hannibal,
Bicycle Lane,   Mexico, &
Curb            surrounding                    http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
cuts/ramps      area                         0 n&tab=wl                              2/11/2010


                                               http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                               source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=wi
                                               nfield,+mo&sll=37.0625,-
Sidewalk,                                      95.677068&sspn=49.891082,114.16
Intersection  3 NE - Hannibal,                 9922&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Winfiel
improvements, Mexico, &        Not in any of   d,+Lincoln,+Missouri&ll=38.990653,-
Crosswalks,   surrounding      the metro areas 90.74986&spn=0.012058,0.036049&
Signs         area             above           t=h&z=16                              2/19/2010
Intersection    3 NE - Hannibal,
improvements,   Mexico, &        Not in any of   http://www.mapmyride.com/route/
Crosswalks,     surrounding      the metro areas us/mo/hannibal/1181266177417983
Signs           area             above           44                                2/20/2010
Crosswalks,
Signs, Bicycle
Path as
identified in
MoDOT Project
Development
Policy Manual,    3 NE - Hannibal,
4-09.25 and       Mexico, &            http://www.mapmyride.com/route/
railroad          surrounding          us/mo/hannibal/4501266786284317
crossing gates.   area               0 98                                2/21/2010




                  3 NE - Hannibal,    http://www.mapmyride.com/route/
                  Mexico, &           us/mo/monroe%20city%20mark%20
                  surrounding         twain%20lake/63712669730031517
Signs             area               01                                  2/23/2010
Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Curb
cuts/ramps,
Intersection    3 NE - Hannibal,
improvements,   Mexico, &            http://www.mapmyride.com/route/
Crosswalks,     surrounding          us/mo/hannibal/5051266975755931
Signs           area               0 14                                2/23/2010




                3 NE - Hannibal,
                Mexico, &            http://www.mapmyride.com/route/
                surrounding          us/mo/north%20of%20taylor/12412
Bicycle Lane    area               0 6697868056820                     2/23/2010
                                                 http://www.gmap-
                                                 pedometer.com/?r=3451812

                                                 http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                 source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=he
                                                 rmann,+mo&sll=39.008617,-
                                                 94.463564&sspn=0.156866,0.30864
                3 NE - Hannibal,                 7&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Hermann,+
                Mexico, &        Not in any of   Gasconade,+Missouri&ll=38.721948,-
                surrounding      the metro areas 91.445818&spn=0.039375,0.077162
Trail           area             above           &t=h&z=14                             2/2/2010




                                                  <http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q
                                                  &source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=d
                                                  utzow,+mo&sll=37.0625,-
                                                  95.677068&sspn=49.891082,114.16
                                                  9922&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Dutzow,
Shoulder,                         Not in any of   +Warren,+Missouri&ll=38.581721,-
Bicycle Lane,   6 STL - Greater   the metro areas 90.999069&spn=0.09702,0.288391&
Signs           St. Louis area    above           t=h&z=13>                           2/19/2010
                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?i
                                                  e=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Raytown,+MO
Sidewalk, Curb                                    &gl=us&ei=B8CKS5CtH5WyNrr8uKYB
cuts/ramps,        4 KC - Greater                 &ved=0CAoQ8gEwAA&hl=en&msa=0
Crosswalks,        Kansas City                    &ll=38.993439,-
Pedestrian         area,                          94.47135&spn=0.057036,0.111322&
signals/phases     Warrensburg      Kansas City   z=14&msid=1099491177986706804
at intersections   area             metro area    01.000480adf9d88fbce7454           40237.55488




                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?i
                                                  e=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Raytown,+MO
Shoulder,                                         &gl=us&ei=B8CKS5CtH5WyNrr8uKYB
Bicycle Lane,      4 KC - Greater                 &ved=0CAoQ8gEwAA&hl=en&msa=0
Bicycle slots or   Kansas City                    &ll=38.993439,-
other              area,                          94.47135&spn=0.057036,0.111322&
accommodation      Warrensburg      Kansas City   z=14&msid=1099491177986706804
at intersections   area             metro area    01.000480adf9d88fbce7454           40237.56299
                                               http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?i
                                               e=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Raytown,+MO
                                               &gl=us&ei=B8CKS5CtH5WyNrr8uKYB
Sidewalk,       4 KC - Greater                 &ved=0CAoQ8gEwAA&hl=en&msa=0
Intersection    Kansas City                    &ll=38.965015,-
improvements,   area,                          94.434013&spn=0.114118,0.222645
Crosswalks,     Warrensburg      Kansas City   &t=h&z=13&msid=10994911779867
trail/path      area             metro area    0680401.000480ae431dd2e8d40e4      40237.57596
                                          http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?i
                                          e=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Raytown,+MO
                                          &gl=us&ei=B8CKS5CtH5WyNrr8uKYB
                                          &ved=0CAoQ8gEwAA&hl=en&t=h&
           4 KC - Greater                 msa=0&msid=109949117798670680
           Kansas City                    401.000480ae84f28106c5952&ll=39.
           area,                          082573,-
           Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.492062&spn=0.003577,0.006958
Sidewalk   area             metro area    &z=18                              40237.59031
                                                 http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?i
                 4 KC - Greater                  e=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&ll=39.08477
                 Kansas City                     1,-
                 area,                           94.419422&spn=0.11619,0.222988&
                 Warrensburg       Kansas City   z=13&msid=1099491177986706804
Bicycle Lane     area              metro area    01.000480afd21c686251fb0           40237.65098

                  4 KC - Greater
Shoulder,         Kansas City
Bicycle Lane, Tie area,
into bridges,     Warrensburg      Kansas City
etc.              area             metro area                                         1/31/2010

Shoulder,
Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,    4 KC - Greater
Curb             Kansas City
cuts/ramps,      area,
Intersection     Warrensburg       Kansas City
improvements     area              metro area                                         1/31/2010
Sidewalk,           4 KC - Greater
Bicycle Lane,       Kansas City
Curb                area,
cuts/ramps,         Warrensburg      Kansas City
Crosswalks, trail   area             metro area                                       1/31/2010
Shoulder,
Bicycle Lane,
Curb                4 KC - Greater
cuts/ramps,         Kansas City
Intersection        area,
improvements,       Warrensburg      Kansas City
Signs               area             metro area                                       1/31/2010
Shoulder,           4 KC - Greater
Bicycle Lane,       Kansas City
Intersection        area,
improvements,       Warrensburg      Kansas City
Signs               area             metro area                                       1/31/2010

Shoulder,           4 KC - Greater
Bicycle Lane,       Kansas City
Curb                area,
cuts/ramps,         Warrensburg      Kansas City
Drainage grates     area             metro area    woodym6@gmail.com                  1/31/2010




               4 KC - Greater
               Kansas City
Bicycle Lane,  area,
Separated Bike Warrensburg           Kansas City   http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
Path           area                  metro area    n&tab=wl                            2/1/2010
Shoulder,
Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Curb
cuts/ramps,      4 KC - Greater
Intersection     Kansas City
improvements,    area,
Crosswalks,      Warrensburg      Kansas City
Signs            area             metro area                                       2/1/2010

                 4 KC - Greater
                 Kansas City
Shoulder,        area,
Sidewalk, Curb   Warrensburg      Kansas City
cuts/ramps       area             metro area    Forrester Viaduct Restoration      2/1/2010




                 4 KC - Greater
                 Kansas City                    http://www.mapquest.com/maps?ci
                 area,                          ty=Independence&state=MO&countr
Shoulder,        Warrensburg      Kansas City   y=US&latitude=39.091099&longitud
Bicycle Lane     area             metro area    e=-94.415298&geocode=CITY          2/1/2010
Shoulder,
Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Curb
cuts/ramps,      4 KC - Greater
Intersection     Kansas City
improvements,    area,
Crosswalks,      Warrensburg      Kansas City
Signs            area             metro area    USA                                2/1/2010
Shoulder,
Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Curb
cuts/ramps,     4 KC - Greater
Intersection    Kansas City
improvements,   area,
Crosswalks,     Warrensburg      Kansas City
Signs           area             metro area     USA                                 2/1/2010
                                                http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&
                4 KC - Greater                  amp;hq=&amp;hnear=Kansas+City,+J
                Kansas City                     ackson,+Missouri&amp;ll=39.060916
                area,                           ,-
Bicycle Lane,   Warrensburg      Kansas City    94.499931&amp;spn=0.058781,0.10
Signs           area             metro area     8318&amp;t=h&amp;z=13               2/2/2010




                                                 http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?i
                4 KC - Greater                   e=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&ll=39.32579
                Kansas City                      9,-
                area,                            94.827118&spn=0.255221,0.212517
                Warrensburg      St. Louis metro &z=12&msid=109949117798670680
Shoulder        area             area            401.00047ea6f10810e28ed3c          2/2/2010
                4 KC - Greater
                Kansas City
                area,            Not in any of
                Warrensburg      the metro areas http://www.mobikefed.org/4-
Rail to Trail   area             above           state.jpg                      2/4/2010


                4 KC - Greater
                Kansas City
Shoulder,       area,            Not in any of
Bicycle Lane,   Warrensburg      the metro areas
Signs           area             above                                         2/10/2010




Shoulder,       4 KC - Greater
Bicycle Lane,   Kansas City
Curb            area,
cuts/ramps,     Warrensburg      Kansas City
Signs           area             metro area                                    2/10/2010
                4 KC - Greater
                Kansas City
                area,
                Warrensburg      Kansas City
Trail           area             metro area                                    2/10/2010
            4 KC - Greater
            Kansas City                    http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
            area,                          n&ie=UTF8&ll=38.918952,-
Shoulder,   Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.401505&spn=0.004666,0.00825&
Sidewalk    area             metro area    t=h&z=17                           2/16/2010

            4 KC - Greater
            Kansas City                    http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
            area,                          n&ie=UTF8&ll=38.946209,-
            Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.361658&spn=0.009295,0.016501
Shoulder    area             metro area    &t=h&z=16                          2/16/2010




            4 KC - Greater
            Kansas City                    http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
            area,                          n&ie=UTF8&ll=38.886557,-
            Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.338398&spn=0.037213,0.066004
Sidewalk    area             metro area    &t=h&z=14                          2/16/2010




            4 KC - Greater
            Kansas City                    http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
            area,                          n&ie=UTF8&ll=38.922825,-
Shoulder,   Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.403715&spn=0.009332,0.016501
Sidewalk    area             metro area    &t=h&z=16                          2/17/2010




            4 KC - Greater
            Kansas City                    http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
            area,                          n&ie=UTF8&ll=38.983565,-
Shoulder,   Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.356036&spn=0.009291,0.016501
Sidewalk    area             metro area    &t=h&z=16                          2/17/2010
                 4 KC - Greater
Bicycle Lane,    Kansas City                    http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
Intersection     area,                          n&ie=UTF8&ll=39.005178,-
improvements,    Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.355972&spn=0.009288,0.016501
Signs            area             metro area    &t=h&z=16                             2/17/2010
                 4 KC - Greater
                 Kansas City                    http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                 area,                          n&ie=UTF8&ll=38.919219,-
                 Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.395862&spn=0.018665,0.033002
Shoulder         area             metro area    &t=h&z=15                             2/17/2010
                 4 KC - Greater
                 Kansas City                    http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                 area,                          n&ie=UTF8&ll=38.904376,-
Shoulder,        Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.346724&spn=0.009334,0.016501
Sidewalk         area             metro area    &t=h&z=16                             2/17/2010
                 4 KC - Greater
                 Kansas City                    http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                 area,                          n&ie=UTF8&ll=38.846526,-
Shoulder,        Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.376979&spn=0.018684,0.033002
Sidewalk         area             metro area    &t=h&z=15                             2/17/2010
                                                http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=lib
                                                erty+drive,+liberty,+mo&sll=50.0791
                                                76,-
                                                122.952504&sspn=0.028228,0.0275
                 4 KC - Greater                 95&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Liberty+Dr
Sidewalk, Curb   Kansas City                    ,+Liberty,+Clay,+Missouri+64068&ll=
cuts/ramps,      area,                          39.233649,-
Crosswalks,      Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.448519&spn=0.068144,0.055189
Signs            area             metro area    &t=h&z=14                             2/22/2010
                                                http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
Shoulder,                                       n&source=hp&q=64116&ie=UTF8&h
Sidewalk, Curb                                  q=&hnear=Kansas+City,+Clay,+Misso
cuts/ramps,      4 KC - Greater                 uri+64116&gl=us&ei=JcWCS-
Intersection     Kansas City                    jlN8ujnQfnsuzLBw&ved=0CAsQ8gEw
improvements,    area,                          AA&ll=39.154799,-
Crosswalks,      Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.576798&spn=0.002849,0.006073
Signs, Viaduct   area             metro area    &t=h&z=18                           2/22/2010




                                                http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                                                n&source=hp&q=64116&ie=UTF8&h
                                                q=&hnear=Kansas+City,+Clay,+Misso
                 4 KC - Greater                 uri+64116&gl=us&ei=JcWCS-
Shoulder,        Kansas City                    jlN8ujnQfnsuzLBw&ved=0CAsQ8gEw
Bicycle Lane,    area,                          AA&ll=39.179728,-
Intersection     Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.58868&spn=0.011394,0.02429&t
improvements     area             metro area    =h&z=16                             2/22/2010
                                                 http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&
                                                 source=s_d&saddr=MO-
                                                 9+S&daddr=45+Missouri+9,+Parkvill
                                                 e,+MO+64152&geocode=FW5OVgId-
                                                 0hb-g%3BFZL6VQIdWEBb-
Shoulder,         4 KC - Greater                 ikTcL3Hq_XAhzH0K8B1l5jpAg&sll=39
Sidewalk,         Kansas City                    .19909,-
Bicycle Lane,     area,                          94.682455&sspn=0.032991,0.05965
Curb              Warrensburg      Kansas City   2&hl=en&mra=cc&dirflg=w&ie=UTF8
cuts/ramps        area             metro area    &z=14                                2/22/2010




                4 KC - Greater
                Kansas City                      http://maps.google.com/maps?sour
allow bikes and area,                            ce=ig&hl=en&rlz=1W1_____en&q=k
pedestrian onto Warrensburg        Kansas City   ansas%20city&oq=levee&um=1&ie=
the road        area               metro area    UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wl                    2/22/2010




                  4 KC - Greater
                  Kansas City
                  area,
Bicycle Lane,     Warrensburg      Kansas City
Bridge            area             metro area                                         2/23/2010

Sidewalk, Curb                                   http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
cuts/ramps,       4 KC - Greater                 n&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Lee's+Sum
Intersection      Kansas City                    mit,+Jackson,+Missouri&ll=39.18087
improvements,     area,                          6,-
Crosswalks,       Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.595075&spn=0.025449,0.038495
Signs             area             metro area    &t=h&z=15                            2/23/2010

Shoulder,
Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Curb
cuts/ramps,
Intersection      4 KC - Greater
improvements,     Kansas City                    http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
Crosswalks,       area,                          n&ie=UTF8&ll=39.161479,-
Signs, signals,   Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.570656&spn=0.028018,0.054331
trails            area             metro area    &z=14                                2/23/2010
                                              http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&
                                              source=s_d&saddr=1900++w+bannis
                                              ter+road,+kansas+city,+mo&daddr=5
                                              000+E+Bannister+Rd,+Kansas+City,+J
                                              ackson,+Missouri+64134&hl=en&ge
               4 KC - Greater                 ocode=Ff5uUgId0mRc-
               Kansas City                    imlRmjYHunAhzHBBLl8XPOiBg%3B&
               area,                          mra=ls&dirflg=h&sll=38.953625,-
               Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.535305&sspn=0.15592,0.266075
Bicycle Lane   area             metro area    &ie=UTF8&z=13                        2/23/2010




                                              http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                                              n&as_epq=&as_oq=&as_eq=&num=
                                              10&lr=&as_filetype=&as_sitesearch=
                                              &as_qdr=all&as_rights=&as_occt=an
              4 KC - Greater                  y&cr=&as_nlo=&as_nhi=&safe=imag
Intersection  Kansas City                     es&&gl=us&ei=ggOES_WNA8iTnQfzu
improvements, area,                           6D8AQ&sa=X&oi=geocode_result&ct
Crosswalks,   Warrensburg       Kansas City   =image&resnum=1&ved=0CAgQ8gE
Signs         area              metro area    wAA                                  2/23/2010
              4 KC - Greater
              Kansas City
              area,
              Warrensburg       Kansas City
Shoulder      area              metro area                                         2/23/2010
                                               http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                               source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=&s
                4 KC - Greater                 ll=39.158384,-
                Kansas City                    94.623098&sspn=0.009717,0.01663
                area,                          &dirflg=h&ie=UTF8&ll=39.158384,-
Bridge access   Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.623098&spn=0.009717,0.01663&
ramp            area             metro area    z=16                               2/23/2010
                4 KC - Greater
                Kansas City
                area,
Bridge access   Warrensburg      Kansas City
ramp            area             metro area                                       2/23/2010
                4 KC - Greater
                Kansas City
                area,
                Warrensburg      Kansas City
Trail           area             metro area                                       2/23/2010
                4 KC - Greater
                Kansas City
                area,
                Warrensburg      Kansas City
Trail           area             metro area                                       2/23/2010
Shoulder,
Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Curb
cuts/ramps,     4 KC - Greater
Intersection    Kansas City
improvements,   area,
Crosswalks,     Warrensburg      Kansas City
Signs           area             metro area                                       2/23/2010

                                               http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                               source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=wa
                                               terworks,&sll=39.155506,-
                                               94.585955&sspn=0.008561,0.00689
                4 KC - Greater                 9&ie=UTF8&radius=0.18&rq=1&ev=z
                Kansas City                    o&hq=waterworks,&hnear=&ll=39.1
                area,                          55506,-
Shoulder,       Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.585955&spn=0.008561,0.006899
Bicycle Lane    area             metro area    &t=h&z=17                          2/23/2010
                                               http://maps.google.com/maps?rlz=1
                4 KC - Greater                 C1RNCN_enUS340US340&sourceid=
                Kansas City                    chrome&q=kansas+city+mo&um=1&
                area,                          ie=UTF-
                Warrensburg      Kansas City   8&hq=&hnear=Kansas+City,+MO&gl
Bicycle Lane    area             metro area    =us&                                2/23/2010

                4 KC - Greater
                Kansas City
Shoulder,       area,
Bicycle Lane,   Warrensburg      Kansas City
Signs           area             metro area                                        2/23/2010
Shoulder,
Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Curb
cuts/ramps,     4 KC - Greater
Intersection    Kansas City
improvements,   area,
Crosswalks,     Warrensburg      Kansas City
Signs           area             metro area    ???                                 2/23/2010




                4 KC - Greater
                Kansas City
                area,
Sidewalk,       Warrensburg      Kansas City
Bicycle Lane    area             metro area    United States                       2/23/2010




                4 KC - Greater
Sidewalk,       Kansas City
Bicycle Lane,   area,
Crosswalks,     Warrensburg      Kansas City   http://maps.google.com/maps?ie=U
Signs           area             metro area    TF-8&hl=en&tab=wl                   2/23/2010
                4 KC - Greater
Sidewalk,       Kansas City
Bicycle Lane,   area,
Crosswalks,     Warrensburg      Kansas City   http://maps.google.com/maps?ie=U
Signs           area             metro area    TF-8&hl=en&tab=wl                    2/23/2010




                4 KC - Greater
                Kansas City
                area,                          http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=38
                Warrensburg      Kansas City   .606436,-
Trail           area             metro area    94.015569&z=9&t=h&hl=en              2/23/2010

                                               http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                               source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=3r
                                               d+and+Grand+downtown+kansas+cit
                                               y&sll=39.099726,-
                                               94.578567&sspn=0.476379,1.10961
                                               9&g=downtown+kansas+city&ie=UT
                4 KC - Greater                 F8&hq=&hnear=Grand+Ave+%26+E+
                Kansas City                    3rd+St,+Kansas+City,+Jackson,+Miss
                area,                          ouri+64106&ll=39.100892,-
                Warrensburg      Kansas City   94.581127&spn=0.030573,0.069609
Bicycle Lane    area             metro area    &z=14                                2/24/2010
                                                 http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?i
                 4 KC - Greater                  e=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&ll=39.20592
                 Kansas City                     1,-
                 area,                           94.715195&spn=0.115459,0.222988
                 Warrensburg       Kansas City   &t=h&z=13&msid=10994911779867
trail            area              metro area    0680401.00048095df980f96e3c8a      2/27/2010




                                                 http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?i
                  4 KC - Greater                 e=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&ll=38.86470
                  Kansas City                    7,-
Intersection      area,                          94.452724&spn=0.116017,0.222988
improvements, Warrensburg          Kansas City   &t=h&z=13&msid=10994911779867
Crosswalks, trail area             metro area    0680401.00048095ff390a68cafcc      2/27/2010
           4 KC - Greater
           Kansas City
           area,                           http://www.kcmo.org/idc/idcplg?Idc
           Warrensburg      Kansas City    Service=GET_FILE&dID=24001&dDoc
trail      area             metro area     Name=017486                          2/27/2010




                                           http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?i
           4 KC - Greater                  e=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&ll=39.20638
           Kansas City                     6,-
           area,                           94.674683&spn=0.065909,0.052614
           Warrensburg      Kansas City    &t=h&z=14&msid=10994911779867
Sidewalk   area             metro area     0680401.0004809792fb6f891e41d        2/27/2010




           4 KC - Greater
           Kansas City
           area,
           Warrensburg
Shoulder   area                           0 Unable                               2/2/2010
           4 KC - Greater
           Kansas City
           area,             Not in any of
           Warrensburg       the metro areas
Shoulder   area              above           unavailable                       2/17/2010




                                            http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                            source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=col
           5 CENTRAL -                      umbia,+mo&sll=38.721948,-
           Columbia,                        91.445818&sspn=0.039375,0.07716
           Jefferson City,                  2&g=Hermann,+Gasconade,+Missour
           Boonville,                       i&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Columbia,+B
           Sedalia and                      oone,+Missouri&ll=38.925363,-
           surrounding       Columbia metro 92.232285&spn=0.078525,0.154324
Shoulder   areas             area           &t=h&z=13                          1/12/2010

           5 CENTRAL -
           Columbia,
           Jefferson City,
           Boonville,
           Sedalia and       Not in any of
           surrounding       the metro areas
Sidewalk   areas             above                                             1/12/2010
               5 CENTRAL -
               Columbia,                        http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&
               Jefferson City,                  amp;hq=&amp;hnear=Columbia,+Bo
               Boonville,                       one,+Missouri&amp;t=h&amp;ll=38.
               Sedalia and                      953919,-
               surrounding       Columbia metro 92.373562&amp;spn=0.00292,0.004
Crosswalks     areas             area           56&amp;z=17                        1/31/2010


               5 CENTRAL -
               Columbia,
               Jefferson City,
               Boonville,
               Sedalia and
Shoulder,      surrounding
Bicycle Lane   areas                          0                                    2/15/2010
              5 CENTRAL -
Shoulder,     Columbia,
Sidewalk,     Jefferson City,
Bicycle Lane, Boonville,
Intersection  Sedalia and
improvements, surrounding        Columbia metro http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
Crosswalks    areas              area           n&tab=wl                            2/16/2010


               5 CENTRAL -
               Columbia,
               Jefferson City,
               Boonville,                       http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
               Sedalia and                      n&ie=UTF8&ll=38.936429,-
               surrounding       Columbia metro 92.334187&spn=0.007327,0.018024
Shoulder       areas             area           &z=16                               2/18/2010

               5 CENTRAL -
               Columbia,
               Jefferson City,
               Boonville,                       http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
               Sedalia and                      n&ie=UTF8&ll=38.93027,-
Intersection   surrounding       Columbia metro 92.336998&spn=0.014656,0.036049
improvements   areas             area           &z=15                               2/18/2010

               5 CENTRAL -
               Columbia,                        http://maps.yahoo.com/index.php?a
               Jefferson City,                  rd=1&q1=Columbia%2C%20MO%206
               Boonville,                       5203#mvt=m&lat=38.914435&lon=-
               Sedalia and                      92.291903&zoom=16&q1=Lemone%
Intersection   surrounding                      20Industrial%20Blvd%2C%20Columbi
improvements   areas                          0 a%2C%20MO                           2/19/2010
                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                  source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Cla
                                                  rk+Lane+Sylvan+Ln+Columbia+MO&s
                 5 CENTRAL -                      ll=38.964581,-
                 Columbia,                        92.293267&sspn=0.008159,0.01929
                 Jefferson City,                  &ie=UTF8&hq=Clark+Lane&hnear=Sy
                 Boonville,                       lvan+Ln,+Columbia,+MO+65202&ll=3
shared use       Sedalia and                      8.965899,-
bicycle/pedestri surrounding       Columbia metro 92.30185&spn=0.008158,0.01929&z
an path          areas             area           =16                                 2/19/2010




               5 CENTRAL -
               Columbia,
Sidewalk, Curb Jefferson City,
cuts/ramps,    Boonville,
Intersection   Sedalia and
improvements, surrounding          Columbia metro
Crosswalks     areas               area                                               2/19/2010

                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?rls=c
                                                  om.microsoft:en-us:IE-
                                                  Address&oe=UTF-
                 5 CENTRAL -                      8&sourceid=ie7&rlz=1I7GGLL_en&u
                 Columbia,                        m=1&ie=UTF-
                 Jefferson City,                  8&q=hwy+763+65201&fb=1&gl=us&
                 Boonville,                       hq=hwy+763&hnear=65201&ei=6oK
                 Sedalia and                      BS8XOLY6ENN2PubQJ&sa=X&oi=loca
                 surrounding       Columbia metro l_group&ct=image&resnum=1&ved=
Bicycle Lane     areas             area           0CBwQtgMwAA                         2/21/2010
                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?oe=u
              5 CENTRAL -                         tf-8&client=firefox-
              Columbia,                           a&ie=UTF8&fb=1&gl=us&ei=8tOCS8
Shoulder,     Jefferson City,                     qAN4eItQOE6PWFCg&ved=0CBIQpQ
Bicycle Lane, Boonville,                          Y&hl=en&view=map&geocode=FduL
Intersection  Sedalia and                         UQIdhE6C-g&split=0&ll=38.898515,-
improvements, surrounding          Columbia metro 92.123108&spn=0.547745,0.441513
Signs         areas                area           &t=h&z=11                           2/22/2010

                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                 5 CENTRAL -                      source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=col
                 Columbia,                        lege+and+stadium,+columbia+MO&s
                 Jefferson City,                  ll=38.943523,-
Sidewalk, Curb   Boonville,                       92.329102&sspn=0.103739,0.17629
cuts/ramps,      Sedalia and                      6&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=E+Stadium+
Intersection     surrounding       Columbia metro Blvd+%26+S+College+Ave,+Columbia
improvements     areas             area           ,+Boone,+Missouri+65201&z=17        2/23/2010
                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                 5 CENTRAL -                      source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=cla
                 Columbia,                        rk+lane,+columbia+MO&sll=38.9347
                 Jefferson City,                  3,-
                 Boonville,                       92.32304&sspn=0.006484,0.011019
                 Sedalia and                      &ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Clark+Ln,+Co
Shoulder,        surrounding       Columbia metro lumbia,+Boone,+Missouri+65202&z=
Sidewalk         areas             area           14                                  2/23/2010
                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                 5 CENTRAL -                      source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=ro
                 Columbia,                        ute+K,+columbia+MO&sll=38.96261
                 Jefferson City,                  2,-
                 Boonville,                       92.345839&sspn=0.051856,0.08814
                 Sedalia and                      8&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=W+Rte+K,+
                 surrounding       Columbia metro Columbia,+Boone,+Missouri+65203&
Shoulder         areas             area           z=13                                2/23/2010

               5 CENTRAL -                        http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
Shoulder,      Columbia,                          source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&sll=3
Sidewalk, Curb Jefferson City,                    9.00587,-
cuts/ramps,    Boonville,                         92.334393&sspn=0.006478,0.01101
Intersection   Sedalia and                        9&ie=UTF8&ll=38.957807,-
improvements, surrounding          Columbia metro 92.333951&spn=0.025095,0.044074
Crosswalks     areas               area           &z=15                               2/23/2010
              5 CENTRAL -                         http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
              Columbia,                           source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&sll=3
Curb          Jefferson City,                     8.957807,-
cuts/ramps,   Boonville,                          92.333951&sspn=0.025095,0.04407
Intersection  Sedalia and                         4&ie=UTF8&ll=38.953827,-
improvements, surrounding          Columbia metro 92.371416&spn=0.006483,0.011019
Crosswalks    areas                area           &z=17                               2/23/2010
                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&
                                                  source=s_d&hl=en&geocode=Fe2HU
                 5 CENTRAL -                      gIdSF2A-
                 Columbia,                        ikxilv5nLjchzE5u5qKFOtkQQ;FbxPUgI
                 Jefferson City,                  dsMF_-ilJj-
                 Boonville,                       MkF7jchzFau_OJT61WWw&gl=us&m
Shoulder,        Sedalia and                      ra=ls&sll=38.956539,-
Sidewalk,        surrounding       Columbia metro 92.270823&sspn=0.019322,0.04536
Bicycle Lane     areas             area           2                                   2/23/2010




Shoulder,        5 CENTRAL -
Sidewalk, Curb   Columbia,
cuts/ramps,      Jefferson City,
Intersection     Boonville,
improvements,    Sedalia and
Crosswalks,      surrounding
Signs            areas                          0 Boonville Hwy 5/Rt B Intersection   2/23/2010




                 5 CENTRAL -
                 Columbia,
                 Jefferson City,
                 Boonville,
                 Sedalia and
Crosswalks,      surrounding       Columbia metro
Signs            areas             area                                               2/24/2010
                5 CENTRAL -
                Columbia,
                Jefferson City,
                Boonville,
                Sedalia and
small           surrounding
bridge/overpass areas                                0                                           2/1/2010

Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Curb
cuts/ramps,                                              http://maps.google.com/maps?q=%
Intersection      5 CENTRAL -                            223366+missouri+boulevard%22&oe
improvements,     Columbia,                              =utf-8&client=firefox-
Crosswalks,       Jefferson City,                        a&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=3366+Misso
Traffic calming   Boonville,                             uri+Blvd,+Jefferson+City,+Cole,+Miss
designs for       Sedalia and                            ouri+65109&gl=us&ei=Q_tqS6qBA4n-
medians, for      surrounding       Jefferson City       M6_PqdME&ved=0CAoQ8gEwAA&t=
example           areas             metro area           h&z=16                                  2/4/2010




               5 CENTRAL -
               Columbia,
               Jefferson City,
               Boonville,                                http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&l
               Sedalia and                               l=38.579272,-
               surrounding          Jefferson City       92.179863&spn=0.008169,0.021973
Greenway Trail areas                metro area           &t=h&z=16                              2/23/2010

               5 CENTRAL -
               Columbia,
               Jefferson City,
               Boonville,                                http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&l
               Sedalia and                               l=38.591952,-
               surrounding          Jefferson City       92.174563&spn=0.008168,0.021973
Greenway Trail areas                metro area           &t=h&z=16                              2/23/2010

               5 CENTRAL -
               Columbia,
               Jefferson City,
               Boonville,                                http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&l
               Sedalia and                               l=38.566824,-
               surrounding          Jefferson City       92.227113&spn=0.004085,0.006899
Greenway Trail areas                metro area           &t=h&z=17                              2/23/2010
               5 CENTRAL -
               Columbia,
               Jefferson City,
               Boonville,                         http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&l
               Sedalia and                        l=38.571857,-
               surrounding         Columbia metro 92.154908&spn=0.00817,0.021973&
Greenway Trail areas               area           t=h&z=16                               2/23/2010




              5 CENTRAL -
              Columbia,
              Jefferson City,
Intersection  Boonville,
improvements, Sedalia and
Level path    surrounding          Jefferson City
under bridge  areas                metro area                                            2/23/2010




Shoulder,        5 CENTRAL -
Sidewalk, Curb   Columbia,
cuts/ramps,      Jefferson City,
Intersection     Boonville,                           http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?i
improvements,    Sedalia and                          e=UTF&msa=0&msid=
Crosswalks,      surrounding                          115840680720293512612.00047ff86
Signs            areas                              0 a12f84b70a6e                       2/20/2010
                  5 CENTRAL -
                  Columbia,                         http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?h
                  Jefferson City,                   l=en&ie=UTF8&msa=0&ll=38.708386
                  Boonville,                        ,-
                  Sedalia and       Not in any of   93.206935&spn=0.01584,0.038409&
Katy Trail Rail   surrounding       the metro areas z=15&msid=1178934335226689646
Bed               areas             above           40.000480449996c6a056164           2/23/2010

                  5 CENTRAL -
                  Columbia,                         http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?h
                  Jefferson City,                   l=en&ie=UTF8&msa=0&msid=11789
                  Boonville,                        3433522668964640.00048044b4913
                  Sedalia and       Not in any of   7ebd3fc8&ll=38.691033,-
Curb              surrounding       the metro areas 93.250655&spn=0.00198,0.004801&
cuts/ramps        areas             above           t=h&z=18                           2/23/2010

                  5 CENTRAL -
                  Columbia,                         http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?h
                  Jefferson City,                   l=en&ie=UTF8&msa=0&ll=38.712597
                  Boonville,                        ,-
Shoulder,         Sedalia and       Not in any of   93.249003&spn=0.00396,0.009602&
Intersection      surrounding       the metro areas t=h&z=17&msid=117893433522668
improvements      areas             above           964640.00048044cf83fe9e3c105       2/23/2010

              5 CENTRAL -
              Columbia,                             http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?h
              Jefferson City,                       l=en&ie=UTF8&msa=0&ll=38.696095
              Boonville,                            ,-
Intersection  Sedalia and           Not in any of   93.236074&spn=0.031686,0.076818
improvements, surrounding           the metro areas &z=14&msid=117893433522668964
Crosswalks    areas                 above           640.00048044dff91a688d86f          2/23/2010

                  5 CENTRAL -
                  Columbia,                         http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?h
                  Jefferson City,                   l=en&ie=UTF8&msa=0&ll=38.714096
                  Boonville,                        ,-
                  Sedalia and       Not in any of   93.204317&spn=0.007919,0.019205
Bicycle Lane,     surrounding       the metro areas &z=16&msid=117893433522668964
Signs, Katy Trail areas             above           640.00048044f8dc2e314a70e          2/23/2010
                5 CENTRAL -
                Columbia,                         http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?h
                Jefferson City,                   l=en&ie=UTF8&msa=0&ll=38.698305
                Boonville,                        ,-
                Sedalia and       Not in any of   93.231182&spn=0.031685,0.076818
                surrounding       the metro areas &z=14&msid=117893433522668964
Crosswalks      areas             above           640.00048045077a629729974          2/23/2010
Shoulder,
Sidewalk,       5 CENTRAL -
Bicycle Lane,   Columbia,                         http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?h
Curb            Jefferson City,                   l=en&ie=UTF8&msa=0&ll=38.706578
cuts/ramps,     Boonville,                        ,-
Intersection    Sedalia and       Not in any of   93.26766&spn=0.01584,0.038409&z
improvements,   surrounding       the metro areas =15&msid=11789343352266896464
Crosswalks      areas             above           0.000480452ed58516ae483            2/23/2010

                5 CENTRAL -
                Columbia,                         http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?h
                Jefferson City,                   l=en&ie=UTF8&msa=0&ll=38.663531
                Boonville,                        ,-
                Sedalia and       Not in any of   93.298302&spn=0.1268,0.307274&z
                surrounding       the metro areas =12&msid=11789343352266896464
Signs           areas             above           0.00048045513bee8619479            2/23/2010
                 5 CENTRAL -
                 Columbia,
                 Jefferson City,                   http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&
                 Boonville,                        hq=&hnear=Raytown,+Jackson,+Miss
                 Sedalia and       Not in any of   ouri&ll=39.140712,-
Shoulder, Signs, surrounding       the metro areas 93.431854&spn=0.533625,0.688019
bike lane paint areas              above           &z=11                              2/24/2010
                                                   http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                                                   n&hq=http://maps.google.com/intl/
                                                   en/help/maps/games10/sv-alpine-
                                                   skiing-
                                                   map.kml&q=Whistler+Creekside&ei=
                                                   va1jS8jMHZGcjAPiz-G-
                                                   Cg&sll=50.094972,-
                                                   122.990841&sspn=0.014317,0.0320
                                                   15&ie=UTF8&view=map&geocode=F
                                                   Xxj_AIdB0-r-
                                                   A&split=0&ved=0CBMQpQY&ll=50.0
                                                   79176,-
                                                   122.952504&spn=0.008042,0.04544
                 5 CENTRAL -                       7&t=h&z=15&layer=c&cbll=50.07909
                 Columbia,                         3,-
                 Jefferson City,                   122.952392&panoid=AIYiwpBxNQ7P
                 Boonville,                        AtX8H5zVcg&cbp=12,302.61,,0,0.03
                 Sedalia and                       &utm_campaign=en&utm_medium=
Shoulder,        surrounding                       ha&utm_source=en-ha-na-us-gns-
Sidewalk         areas                           0 svn                                  2/25/2010

                5 CENTRAL -
                Columbia,
                Jefferson City,
                Boonville,                         http://www.mapquest.com/maps?ci
                Sedalia and        Not in any of   ty=Sedalia&state=MO&country=US&
                surrounding        the metro areas latitude=38.704399&longitude=-
Shoulder, Signs areas              above           93.228104&geocode=CITY               2/22/2010


                                                   http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?s
                                                   ource=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&ie=UT
                                                   F8&hq=babler+park&hnear=Saint+Lo
                                                   uis,+MO&msa=0&ll=38.636718,-
                                                   90.673084&spn=0.13744,0.110378&
                 6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro t=h&z=13&msid=109949117798670
Shoulder         St. Louis area    area            680401.0004809e666da1b4fc23e         1/12/2010
Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Intersection
improvements,
Crosswalks,   6 STL - Greater      St. Louis metro
Signs         St. Louis area       area            15060 olive blvd, chesterfield, mo   1/29/2010
                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                  source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=st+
                                                  charles+mo&sll=39.008617,-
                                                  94.463564&sspn=0.225162,0.27980
                                                  8&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Saint+Charl
                                                  es,+St.+Charles,+Missouri&ll=38.636
                                                  718,-
                6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.904999&spn=0.452681,0.559616
Shoulder        St. Louis area    area            &z=11                                 1/29/2010
                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&
                                                  source=s_d&saddr=Unknown+road&
                                                  daddr=Forest+Ave%2FVance+Rd&hl=
                                                  en&geocode=Fb4MTAId1iWb-
                                                  g%3BFUI9TAIdai2b-
                                                  g&mra=ls&sll=38.550397,-
                                                  90.492078&sspn=0.005001,0.01136
                                                  2&ie=UTF8&ll=38.54585,-
                6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.492711&spn=0.020004,0.045447
Shoulder        St. Louis area    area            &z=15                                 1/31/2010




Shoulder,       6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro
Bicycle Lane    St. Louis area    area            http://tinyurl.com/yet5v6r            1/31/2010




                6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro http://www.modot.mo.gov/eMoDO
Save The Bridge St. Louis area    area            TWeb/displayAttachment.do?id=520       2/2/2010
                                                    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                    source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=be
                                                    rry+rd+and+gramercy,+63122&sll=3
                                                    1.802893,-
                                                    85.517578&sspn=33.167531,56.162
                                                    109&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=N+Berry+
                 6 STL - Greater    St. Louis metro Rd+%26+Gramercy+Pl,+St+Louis,+Mi
Sidewalk         St. Louis area     area            ssouri+63122&z=16&pw=2              2/2/2010




                                                    http://www.mapquest.com/maps?ci
                                                    ty=Defiance&state=MO&address=%5
                                                    B100-
                                                    199%5D+Meyer+Hill+Rd&zipcode=6
                                                    3341&country=US&latitude=38.6301
Expanded         6 STL - Greater    St. Louis metro 3&longitude=-
Parking          St. Louis area     area            90.780295&geocode=BLOCK             2/4/2010




                 6 STL - Greater    St. Louis metro
Shoulder         St. Louis area     area                                                2/8/2010


Intersection                                        http://maps.yahoo.com/index.php?a
improvements,                                       rd=1&q1=S+Lindbergh+Blvd+@+Unio
Crosswalks,                                         n+Road+63125&q2=#mvt=s&lat=38.
crossing signals,                                   50949&lon=-
possible                                            90.330911&zoom=19&q1=S%20Lind
sidewalk          6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro bergh%20Blvd%20%40%20Union%2
improvement St. Louis area          area            0Road%2063125                       2/8/2010
                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                  source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=val
                                                  ley+park,+mo&sll=37.0625,-
                                                  95.677068&sspn=48.956293,79.013
                                                  672&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Valley+P
                                                  ark,+St.+Louis,+Missouri&ll=38.5433
                                                  99,-
Shoulder,       6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.493355&spn=0.011899,0.01929&
Bicycle Lane    St. Louis area    area            z=16                                  2/9/2010




                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                  source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=fe
                                                  nton,+mo&sll=38.543399,-
                                                  90.493355&sspn=0.011899,0.01929
                                                  &g=Valley+Park,+St.+Louis,+Missouri
                                                  &ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Fenton,+St.+
Shoulder,                                         Louis,+Missouri&ll=38.515837,-
Bicycle Lane,   6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.443401&spn=0.011904,0.01929&
Signs           St. Louis area    area            z=16                                  2/9/2010
                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?i
                                                  e=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&msid=10651
Shoulder,                                         5834144583105818.00047f37ce61b
Bicycle Lane,                                     ea40c555&ll=38.440682,-
Signs, trail    6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.341263&spn=0.196572,0.307961
connectors      St. Louis area    area            &t=h&z=12                           2/9/2010




                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?i
Shoulder,                                         e=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&msid=10651
Intersection                                      5834144583105818.000449a105bb3
improvements,                                     b3ca89b6&t=h&ll=38.415863,-
Crosswalks,   6 STL - Greater     St. Louis metro 90.388582&spn=0.002984,0.004812
lights        St. Louis area      area            &z=18                               2/9/2010

                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps/mm?
                                                  hl=en&ie=UTF8&ll=38.68752,-
                6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.662785&spn=0.07316,0.133896&
Bicycle Lane    St. Louis area    area            z=13                               2/10/2010
                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&
                                                  source=s_d&saddr=hwy+231+and+c
                                                  hristopher+dr&daddr=hwy+231+and
                                                  +fine+rd&geocode=&hl=en&mra=ls&
                                                  sll=38.438531,-
                                                  90.328045&sspn=0.051229,0.07081
                                                  &ie=UTF8&ll=38.446934,-
                6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.316973&spn=0.051223,0.07081&
Bicycle Lane    St. Louis area    area            z=14                               2/16/2010
                                                 http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                                                 n&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Mechanicsv
                                                 ille,+St.+Charles,+Missouri&ll=38.692
                                                 552,-
               6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.798464&spn=0.033831,0.07699&
Shoulder       St. Louis area    area            z=14                                    2/17/2010
                                                 http://maps.yahoo.com/index.php?a
                                                 rd=1&q1=lindbergh+@+sunset+offic
                                                 e+park+dr%2C+63127&q2=#mvt=s&l
                                                 at=38.556572&lon=-
Intersection                                     90.408508&zoom=18&q1=lindbergh
improvements, 6 STL - Greater    St. Louis metro %20%40%20sunset%20office%20par
Crosswalks    St. Louis area     area            k%20dr%2C%2063127                       2/17/2010
Signs,
Multipurpose
Trail Designed
as Class I
Bikeway; on-                                        http://www.google.com/maps?f=q&
street bikeways                                     source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Su
designed as                                         nset+Hills+MO&sll=37.0625,-
warning                                             95.677068&sspn=34.259599,52.207
accommodation     6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 031&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Sunset+H
s or routes.      St. Louis area    area            ills,+St.+Louis,+Missouri&z=13        2/19/2010
Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Curb
cuts/ramps,
Intersection
improvements,                                       http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&
Crosswalks,                                         hq=&hnear=6138+Wilson+Ave,+St+L
Signs, Must                                         ouis,+Missouri+63139&ll=38.736996,-
consider users'   6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.362849&spn=0.012285,0.02738&
luggage           St. Louis area    area            t=h&z=16                              2/19/2010
Sidewalk,                                            http://maps.google.com/maps?q=st.
Bicycle Lane,                                        +louis&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-
Curb                                                 a&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Saint+Louis,
cuts/ramps,                                          +St.+Louis,+Missouri&gl=us&ei=5xZ_
Intersection                                         S7LpGYa0tge7tPi_Dw&ved=0CBAQ8
improvements,                                        gEwAA&ll=38.654805,-
Crosswalks,   6 STL - Greater        St. Louis metro 90.194267&spn=0.002103,0.004206
Signs         St. Louis area         area            &t=k&z=18                            2/19/2010




Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Curb
cuts/ramps,                                          http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
Intersection                                         n&source=hp&ie=UTF8&q=map+of+
improvements,                                        Richmond+heights+missouri&fb=1&g
Crosswalks,                                          l=us&ei=WSV_S5r3N46SygTbtZjdCA&
Signs,                                               ved=0CBgQpQY&view=map&geocod
Pedestrian         6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro e=FTdtTQIdONWd-
bridge over I-64   St. Louis area    area            g&split=0&iwloc=A&sa=X               2/19/2010
Shoulder,
Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Curb
cuts/ramps,
Intersection                                         http://maps.google.com/maps?q=cr
improvements,                                        eve%20coeur%20park%2C%2063043
Crosswalks,                                          &oe=utf-8&rls=org.mozilla:en-
Signs, some way                                      US:official&client=firefox-
to bridge the      6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro a&um=1&ie=UTF-
culvert            St. Louis area    area            8&sa=N&hl=en&tab=wl                  2/19/2010
Shoulder,
Improved        6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro
drainage grates St. Louis area    area              2/19/2010
                                                 http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&
                                                 hq=&hnear=535+Edna+Ave,+Kirkwo
                                                 od,+St+Louis,+Missouri+63122&ll=38
                                                 .544255,-
               6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.494642&spn=0.011807,0.012875
Bicycle Lane   St. Louis area    area            &z=17                                 2/20/2010




                                                 Valley Park, MO Link:
                                                 <http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q
                                                 &source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=v
                                                 alley+park,+mo&sll=37.0625,-
                                                 95.677068&sspn=57.249013,135.26
                                                 3672&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Valley+
                                                 Park,+St.+Louis,+Missouri&ll=38.546
                                                 353,-
bridge and     6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.490651&spn=0.013996,0.033023
approaches     St. Louis area    area            &z=16>                                2/20/2010
Shoulder,
Sidewalk,                                         http://maps.google.com/maps?sour
Bicycle Lane,                                     ce=ig&hl=en&q=15060+olive+blvd,+c
Curb                                              hesterfield,+mo&ie=UTF8&gl=us&ei=
cuts/ramps,                                       4p-
Intersection                                      BS9OjEdC7ngfoiJjNBw&ved=0CAcQ8
improvements,                                     gEwAA&ll=38.664511,-
Crosswalks,   6 STL - Greater     St. Louis metro 90.540293&spn=0.00862,0.006899&
Signs         St. Louis area      area            t=h&z=17                            2/21/2010




Shoulder,
Bicycle Lane,
Intersection
improvements,                                     http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?i
Crosswalks,                                       e=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&msid=11471
Signs, Planted 6 STL - Greater    St. Louis metro 7857618367151826.00048034ce9f6
median         St. Louis area     area            28e70d14&t=h&z=16                   2/22/2010




                6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro
Signs           St. Louis area    area                                                2/22/2010
Sidewalk,       6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro
Bicycle Lane    St. Louis area    area                                               2/22/2010




                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&
                                                  source=s_d&geocode=FX9zTQIdNHy
                                                  d-
                                                  ilVNMq3GMvYhzHcgbvOie5xfQ%3BF
                                                  bNoTQIdu3-d-
                                                  iEBW6SwmXB9KA&hl=en&mra=ls&di
                                                  rflg=d&sll=38.63263,-
                                                  90.33834&sspn=0.010493,0.013626
                                                  &ie=UTF8&t=h&ll=38.631086,-
                6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.341005&spn=0.010493,0.013626
Sidewalk        St. Louis area    area            &z=16                              2/22/2010




Sidewalk,                                         http://maps.google.com/maps?sour
Bicycle Lane,                                     ceid=navclient&ie=UTF-
Crosswalks,     6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 8&rlz=1T4DKUS_enUS224US224&q=
Signs           St. Louis area    area            904+soulard+street                 2/22/2010
Sidewalk,        6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro
Bicycle Lane     St. Louis area    area                                                2/22/2010


Shoulder,        6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro
Bicycle Lane     St. Louis area    area                                                2/23/2010




                                                   http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&
                                                   geocode=FQJWSwIdsFye-
                                                   g%3B%3BFa3XSgIdkzae-
                                                   g&view=map&gl=us&hl=en&mra=dp
                                                   e&mrcr=0&mrsp=1&sz=13&via=1&sl
Bicycle Lane,                                      l=38.479529,-
Open up a                                          90.283413&sspn=0.056843,0.11037
private road for                                   8&ie=UTF8&ll=38.475094,-
cycling/pedeste 6 STL - Greater    St. Louis metro 90.282984&spn=0.028423,0.055189
rain travel.     St. Louis area    area            &z=14                               2/23/2010
                 6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro
Shoulder         St. Louis area    area                                                2/23/2010
Shoulder,
Bicycle Lane,                                      http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&l
Intersection                                       l=38.573401,-
improvements, 6 STL - Greater      St. Louis metro 90.631714&spn=0.258212,0.438766
Signs            St. Louis area    area            &z=11                               2/23/2010
                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                  source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&sll=3
                                                  8.51608,-
                                                  90.448884&sspn=0.005985,0.00964
                                                  5&gl=us&ie=UTF8&hq=&ll=38.51573
Curb                                              6,-
cuts/ramps,     6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.449152&spn=0.011904,0.01929&
Crosswalks      St. Louis area    area            z=16                                  2/23/2010
Shoulder,
Bicycle Lane,                                     http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&l
Intersection                                      l=38.586418,-
improvements,   6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.710506&spn=0.032271,0.054846
Signs           St. Louis area    area            &z=14                                 2/23/2010




                                                  http://local.google.com/?ie=UTF8&ll
Shoulder,                                         =38.214615,-
Bicycle Lane,   6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 91.130133&spn=0.016455,0.027466
Signs           St. Louis area    area            &z=15                                 2/23/2010




                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                  source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=No
                                                  rth+Florissant+Road,+Ferguson,+MO
                                                  &sll=38.733161,-
                                                  90.281572&sspn=0.011416,0.01527
                                                  8&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=N+Florissan
                6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro t+Rd,+Ferguson,+St+Louis,+Missouri
Bicycle Lane    St. Louis area    area            +63135&z=15                           2/23/2010
Under a bridge                                    http://www.mapmyfitness.com/rout
on Hwy 40/61/I- 6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro e/us/mo/o%27fallon/688126693848
64              St. Louis area    area            084820                               2/23/2010
                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                  source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Lin
                                                  dell+Blvd,+St+louis,+MO&sll=38.685
                                                  677,-
                                                  90.29253&sspn=0.007537,0.013754
Shoulder,       6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro &ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Lindell+Blvd,
Bicycle Lane    St. Louis area    area            +St+Louis,+Missouri&z=13             2/23/2010


                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?sour
                                                  ceid=navclient&rlz=1T4SUNA_enUS2
                                                  49US260&um=1&ie=UTF-
                                                  8&q=st.+vincent+de+paul+st.+louis&
                                                  fb=1&gl=us&hq=st.+vincent+de+paul
                                                  &hnear=st.+louis&ei=XeuDS4-
                                                  bFsSnnQfYsNHdAQ&sa=X&oi=local_g
                6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro roup&ct=image&resnum=4&ved=0C
Crosswalks      St. Louis area    area            CUQtgMwAw                            2/23/2010
                                                     http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                                                     n&ie=UTF8&ll=38.614859,-
Shoulder,         6 STL - Greater    St. Louis metro 90.321736&spn=0.024546,0.038495
Bicycle Lane      St. Louis area     area            &t=h&z=15                           2/23/2010


Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Intersection
improvements,
If there is a
bridge the other                                     http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&l
elements may                                         l=38.578651,-
not be           6 STL - Greater     St. Louis metro 90.497582&spn=0.005318,0.013797
necessary        St. Louis area      area            &z=16                               2/23/2010




Sidewalk, Curb                                       http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
cuts/ramps,                                          source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=63
Crosswalks,                                          010&sll=37.0625,-
Signs,                                               95.677068&sspn=46.226656,68.730
Pedestrian                                           469&ie=UTF8&hq=&ll=38.444312,-
signal added to 6 STL - Greater      St. Louis metro 90.36581&spn=0.011226,0.01678&t
existing facilities St. Louis area   area            =h&z=16                             2/23/2010
                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                  source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Va
                                                  lley+Park+MO&sll=37.0625,-
                                                  95.677068&sspn=42.987658,57.919
                                                  922&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Valley+P
                                                  ark,+St.+Louis,+Missouri&ll=38.5465,-
Shoulder,       6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.49453&spn=0.001301,0.001768&
Bicycle Lane    St. Louis area    area            z=19                                    2/23/2010

Bicycle Lane,
Curb                                              http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
cuts/ramps,                                       n&ie=UTF8&ll=38.579423,-
Crosswalks,     6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.49859&spn=0.00827,0.01929&z=
Signs           St. Louis area    area            16                                      2/23/2010




Bicycle Lane,
Intersection                                      http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
improvements,                                     n&ie=UTF8&ll=38.572126,-
Crosswalks,   6 STL - Greater     St. Louis metro 90.498869&spn=0.008271,0.01929&
Signs         St. Louis area      area            z=16                                    2/23/2010




                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                                                  n&ie=UTF8&ll=38.566019,-
Bicycle Lane,   6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.523052&spn=0.066171,0.154324
Signs           St. Louis area    area            &z=13                                   2/23/2010
Shoulder,
Bicycle Lane,
Intersection
improvements, 6 STL - Greater    St. Louis metro
Signs         St. Louis area     area                                                 2/23/2010
                                                 http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                 source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=63
                                                 303&sll=37.0625,-
                                                 95.677068&sspn=35.357014,78.837
                                                 891&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Saint+Ch
                                                 arles,+St.+Charles,+Missouri+63303
                                                 &ll=38.741565,-
               6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.529532&spn=0.008502,0.019248
Shoulder       St. Louis area    area            &z=16                                2/23/2010
                                                 http://maps.google.com/maps?q=ba
                                                 nshee+rd.,+florissant,+mo&oe=utf-
                                                 8&rls=org.mozilla:en-
                                                 US:official&client=firefox-
                                                 a&um=1&ie=UTF-
                                                 8&hq=&hnear=Banshee+Rd,+Airport,
                                                 +MO&gl=us&ei=Q3aES-
                                                 u7KYH4Nfz2hDQ&sa=X&oi=geocode
Shoulder,      6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro _result&ct=title&resnum=1&ved=0C
Bicycle Lane   St. Louis area    area            AcQ8gEwAA                            2/23/2010




                                                 http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&
                                                 hq=&hnear=Saint+Louis,+St.+Louis,+
                                                 Missouri+63129&ll=38.458151,-
Shoulder,      6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.360502&spn=0.000762,0.00166&
Sidewalk       St. Louis area    area            t=h&z=19                             2/23/2010

Sidewalk, Curb                                   http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&
cuts/ramps,                                      hq=&hnear=Saint+Louis,+St.+Louis,+
Intersection                                     Missouri+63129&ll=38.485744,-
improvements, 6 STL - Greater    St. Louis metro 90.355768&spn=0.003049,0.006641
Crosswalks     St. Louis area    area            &t=h&z=17                            2/23/2010
Shoulder,
Bicycle Lane,
Intersection
improvements, 6 STL - Greater     St. Louis metro
Signs         St. Louis area      area                                                   2/23/2010

                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                                                  n&hq=http://maps.google.com/help
                                                  /maps/games10/sv-alpine-skiing-
                                                  map.kml&q=Whistler+Creekside&ei=
                                                  va1jS8jMHZGcjAPiz-G-
                                                  Cg&sll=50.094972,-
                                                  122.990841&sspn=0.014317,0.0320
                                                  15&ie=UTF8&view=map&geocode=F
                                                  Xxj_AIdB0-r-
                                                  A&split=0&ved=0CBMQpQY&layer=c
                                                  &cbll=50.079093,-
                                                  122.952392&panoid=AIYiwpBxNQ7P
                                                  AtX8H5zVcg&cbp=11,302.61,,0,0.03
                                                  &ll=40.580585,-
                                                  103.535156&spn=41.197961,186.15
Shoulder,                                         2344&z=3&utm_campaign=en&utm
Bicycle Lane,   6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro _medium=ha&utm_source=en-ha-na-
Signs           St. Louis area    area            us-gns-svn                             2/23/2010
Shoulder,
Bicycle Lane,   6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro
Signs           St. Louis area    area                                                   2/24/2010




                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                  source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=val
                                                  ley+park,+mo&sll=38.646991,-
                                                  90.224967&sspn=0.313721,0.42091
                                                  4&g=st+louis&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=
                                                  Valley+Park,+St.+Louis,+Missouri&ll=
Shoulder,                                         38.546605,-
Sidewalk, River 6 STL - Greater   St. Louis metro 90.494645&spn=0.001236,0.001644
crossing        St. Louis area    area            &z=19                                  2/24/2010
                                                   http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                   source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=co
                                                   ttleville,+mo&sll=37.0625,-
                                                   95.677068&sspn=42.174768,92.724
Sidewalk, Curb                                     609&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Cottlevill
cuts/ramps,                                        e,+St.+Charles,+Missouri&ll=38.7440
Intersection                                       42,-
improvements, 6 STL - Greater      St. Louis metro 90.643988&spn=0.010175,0.022638
Crosswalks     St. Louis area      area            &z=16>                                2/24/2010




                  7 SW - Joplin,                   http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                  Nevada, and                      n&ie=UTF8&ll=37.141632,-
                  surrounding      Joplin metro    94.478667&spn=0.006466,0.01369&
                0 areas            area            z=17                                  2/15/2010




                  7 SW - Joplin,                   http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                  Nevada, and                      n&ie=UTF8&ll=37.185416,-
                  surrounding      Joplin metro    94.545979&spn=0.012924,0.02738&
                0 areas            area            z=16                                  2/15/2010




                  7 SW - Joplin,                   http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                  Nevada, and                      n&ie=UTF8&ll=37.105951,-
Bicycle Lane,     surrounding      Joplin metro    94.476929&spn=0.025875,0.05476&
Signs             areas            area            z=15                                  2/15/2010


                  7 SW - Joplin,                   http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                  Nevada, and                      n&ie=UTF8&ll=37.162369,-
                  surrounding      Joplin metro    94.449635&spn=0.103422,0.21904&
Bicycle Lane      areas            area            z=13                                  2/15/2010
                   7 SW - Joplin,                  http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                   Nevada, and                     n&ie=UTF8&ll=37.21994,-
                   surrounding      Joplin metro   94.396763&spn=0.103343,0.21904&
Bicycle Lane       areas            area           z=13                               2/15/2010
                   7 SW - Joplin,                  http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                   Nevada, and                     n&ie=UTF8&ll=36.989528,-
                   surrounding      Joplin metro   94.346466&spn=0.103658,0.21904&
Bicycle Lane       areas            area           z=13                               2/15/2010


                   7 SW - Joplin,                  http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                   Nevada, and                     n&ie=UTF8&ll=37.05069,-
                   surrounding      Joplin metro   94.46032&spn=0.012947,0.02738&z
                 0 areas            area           =16                                2/15/2010


                   7 SW - Joplin,                  http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                   Nevada, and                     n&ie=UTF8&ll=37.046272,-
Crosswalks,        surrounding      Joplin metro   94.478517&spn=0.012948,0.02738&
traffic lights     areas            area           z=16                               2/15/2010




                   7 SW - Joplin,                  http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                   Nevada, and                     n&ie=UTF8&ll=36.947971,-
Bicycle Lane,      surrounding      Joplin metro   94.42028&spn=0.207429,0.43808&z
Signs              areas            area           =12                                2/15/2010
                   7 SW - Joplin,                  http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=e
                   Nevada, and                     n&ie=UTF8&ll=37.330311,-
                   surrounding      Joplin metro   94.398651&spn=0.412767,0.87616&
Shoulder           areas            area           z=11                               2/15/2010
                 7 SW - Joplin,
Bicycle Lane,    Nevada, and
Crosswalks,      surrounding                      http://maps.google.com --see W.
Signs            areas                          0 Hunter/N. Ash                      2/15/2010




                 7 SW - Joplin,
Shoulder,        Nevada, and
Bicycle Lane,    surrounding
Signs            areas                          0 http://maps.google.com             2/15/2010




                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                  source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=64
                                                  772&sll=36.456636,-
                                                  95.712891&sspn=34.443198,56.337
                                                  891&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Nevada,+
                 7 SW - Joplin,                   Vernon,+Missouri+64772&ll=37.837
                 Nevada, and      Not in any of   581,-
Sidewalk, Curb   surrounding      the metro areas 94.354019&spn=0.033282,0.087547
cuts/ramps       areas            above           &z=14                              2/18/2010
Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Curb             8 SPFLD -
cuts/ramps,      Springfield,
Intersection     Branson, &
improvements,    surrounding      Springfield
Crosswalks       areas            metro area     City of Pleasant Hope               2/10/2010
                                               http://maps.google.com/maps/place
                                               ?sourceid=navclient&rlz=1T4RNWN_
Shoulder,                                      enUS287US288&um=1&ie=UTF-
Bicycle Lane,                                  8&q=Webster+County,+MO&fb=1&g
Curb            8 SPFLD -                      l=us&ftid=0x87c562305c18f68f:0x61
cuts/ramps,     Springfield,                   feac3272746470&ei=Gxx7S4P3LM7_
Intersection    Branson, &     Not in any of   nQeDwqmfCQ&sa=X&oi=geocode_re
improvements,   surrounding    the metro areas sult&ct=title&resnum=1&ved=0CAg
Signs           areas          above           Q8gEwAA                             2/16/2010




                8 SPFLD -
                Springfield,
Curb            Branson, &
cuts/ramps,     surrounding    Springfield    http://maps.google.com/maps?ie=U
Crosswalks      areas          metro area     TF-8&hl=en&tab=wl                    2/19/2010




                                              http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&
                                              source=s_d&saddr=37.021178,+-
                                              93.220732&geocode=FfrlNAIdhJBx-
Shoulder,                                     g%3BFYweNQIdtFNx-
Bicycle Lane,   8 SPFLD -                     g%3B%3BFa5fNQIdh55w-
Intersection    Springfield,                  g&mra=dpe&mrcr=0&mrsp=2&sz=14
improvements,   Branson, &                    &via=1,2&dirflg=w&sll=37.03704,-
Crosswalks,     surrounding    Springfield    93.248685&sspn=0.053852,0.07699
Signs           areas          metro area     &ie=UTF8&t=h&z=14                    2/23/2010
Shoulder,
Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Curb
cuts/ramps,      8 SPFLD -
Intersection     Springfield,
improvements,    Branson, &
Crosswalks,      surrounding    Springfield
Signs            areas          metro area    You already have plans for this area.   2/23/2010




                                              http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                              hl=en&q=&layer=c&cbll=40.758437,-
                                              73.985164&cbp=11,42.04,,0,-
                                              6.66&ie=UTF8&om=1&panoid=s_TY7
                                              66yv4kWDddHKN8OVQ&t=h&ll=40.7
                 8 SPFLD -                    5844,-
                 Springfield,                 73.985195&spn=0.042649,0.174923
                 Branson, &                   &z=13&utm_campaign=en&utm_me
Sidewalk, Curb   surrounding    Springfield   dium=ha&utm_source=en-ha-na-us-
cuts/ramps       areas          metro area    bk-svn                                  2/23/2010




                                              http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                              hl=en&q=&layer=c&cbll=40.758437,-
                                              73.985164&cbp=11,42.04,,0,-
                                              6.66&ie=UTF8&om=1&panoid=s_TY7
                                              66yv4kWDddHKN8OVQ&t=h&ll=40.7
                 8 SPFLD -                    5844,-
                 Springfield,                 73.985195&spn=0.042649,0.174923
                 Branson, &                   &z=13&utm_campaign=en&utm_me
Sidewalk, Curb   surrounding    Springfield   dium=ha&utm_source=en-ha-na-us-
cuts/ramps       areas          metro area    bk-svn                                  2/23/2010
                                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                  hl=en&q=&layer=c&cbll=40.758437,-
                                                  73.985164&cbp=11,42.04,,0,-
Sidewalk, Curb                                    6.66&ie=UTF8&om=1&panoid=s_TY7
cuts/ramps,                                       66yv4kWDddHKN8OVQ&t=h&ll=40.7
Intersection     8 SPFLD -                        5844,-
improvements,    Springfield,                     73.985195&spn=0.042649,0.174923
Crosswalks,      Branson, &                       &z=13&utm_campaign=en&utm_me
Signs, Signal    surrounding    Springfield       dium=ha&utm_source=en-ha-na-us-
Features         areas          metro area        bk-svn                              2/23/2010
                 8 SPFLD -
                 Springfield,
                 Branson, &     Not in any of
                 surrounding    the metro areas
Pedstrian Bridge areas          above           Has pictures of the needed bridge     2/23/2010
                 9 SCENTRAL -
                 Rolla, West
                 Plains, and    Not in any of
                 surrounding    the metro areas
               0 areas          above                                                 2/17/2010




                                                http://maps.google.com/maps?q=rol
                                                la&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Rolla,+Phel
Shoulder,        9 SCENTRAL -                   ps,+Missouri&gl=us&ei=U8uCS5KFA8
Sidewalk, Curb   Rolla, West                    ynngffl9mbBw&ved=0CBEQ8gEwAA
cuts/ramps,      Plains, and    Not in any of   &ll=37.967444,-
Intersection     surrounding    the metro areas 91.762147&spn=0.033258,0.026307
improvements     areas          above           &z=15                                 2/22/2010

                                                http://maps.google.com/maps?q=rol
                                                la&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Rolla,+Phel
                 9 SCENTRAL -                   ps,+Missouri&gl=us&ei=U8uCS5KFA8
                 Rolla, West                    ynngffl9mbBw&ved=0CBEQ8gEwAA
                 Plains, and    Not in any of   &ll=37.955983,-
                 surrounding    the metro areas 91.781877&spn=0.004175,0.003288
Sidewalk         areas          above           &z=18                                 2/22/2010
                                             http://maps.google.com/maps?q=rol
                                             la&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Rolla,+Phel
              9 SCENTRAL -                   ps,+Missouri&gl=us&ei=U8uCS5KFA8
              Rolla, West                    ynngffl9mbBw&ved=0CBEQ8gEwAA
Intersection  Plains, and    Not in any of   &ll=37.947152,-
improvements, surrounding    the metro areas 91.777405&spn=0.002088,0.002666
Crosswalks    areas          above           &z=19                               2/22/2010


                                             http://maps.google.com/maps?rlz=1
                                             C1GGLS_enUS340US340&sourceid=c
              9 SCENTRAL -                   hrome&q=rolla&um=1&ie=UTF-
              Rolla, West                    8&hq=&hnear=Rolla,+MO&gl=us&ei
              Plains, and    Not in any of   =U8uCS5KFA8ynngffl9mbBw&sa=X&
              surrounding    the metro areas oi=geocode_result&ct=image&resnu
Signs         areas          above           m=1&ved=0CBEQ8gEwAA                 2/22/2010




                                             http://maps.google.com/maps?q=rol
                                             la&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Rolla,+Phel
              9 SCENTRAL -                   ps,+Missouri&gl=us&ei=U8uCS5KFA8
              Rolla, West                    ynngffl9mbBw&ved=0CBEQ8gEwAA
              Plains, and    Not in any of   &ll=37.949748,-
              surrounding    the metro areas 91.713867&spn=0.066802,0.085316
Shoulder      areas          above           &z=14                               2/22/2010
                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?q=rol
                                  la&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Rolla,+Phel
                 9 SCENTRAL -     ps,+Missouri&gl=us&ei=U8uCS5KFA8
                 Rolla, West      ynngffl9mbBw&ved=0CBEQ8gEwAA
                 Plains, and      &ll=37.952861,-
                 surrounding      91.755409&spn=0.267196,0.341263
Signs            areas          0 &z=12                                2/22/2010




Shoulder,
Sidewalk, Curb                    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
cuts/ramps,      9 SCENTRAL -     source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Po
Intersection     Rolla, West      tosi,+MO&sll=36.527295,-
improvements,    Plains, and      95.712891&sspn=22.813018,36.650
Crosswalks,      surrounding      391&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Potosi,+
Signs            areas          0 Washington,+Missouri&z=13            2/23/2010

                                  http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&
                                  source=s_d&saddr=1766+state+hwy
                                  +bb,+rolla,+missouri&daddr=37.9542
                                  14,-
                                  91.71936+to:Co+Rd+3110%2FCo+Rd
                                  +506%2FCountry+Club+Rd+to:Co+Rd
                                  +3120%2FSt+James+Rd+to:Co+Rd+3
                                  270%2FForrest+Grove+Rd+to:W+Spr
                                  ingfield+Rd+to:W+Springfield+Rd&ge
                                  ocode=FZYXQwIdUCmI-
                                  ilHBQKeRlPahzEFB7R4nnTFqw%3B%
                                  3BFWxxQwIdEqyI-
                                  g%3BFbaAQwIdC2aJ-
                                  g%3BFRyUQwIdmISJ-
                                  g%3BFZquQwIdh7GJ-
                                  g%3BFUy1QwId0rqJ-
                                  g&hl=en&mra=dpe&mrcr=0&mrsp=1
                                  &sz=13&via=1,2,3,4,5&sll=37.97207
Sidewalk,        9 SCENTRAL -     9,-
Bicycle Lane,    Rolla, West      91.714382&sspn=0.071856,0.10316
Curb             Plains, and      8&ie=UTF8&ll=37.968831,-
cuts/ramps,      surrounding      91.687775&spn=0.071859,0.168571
Crosswalks       areas          0 &t=h&z=13                            2/23/2010
                                               http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?h
                                               l=en&client=dell-
                                               usuk&channel=us&ad=w5&adsafe=hi
                 9 SCENTRAL -                  gh&safe=high&ie=UTF8&msa=0&ll=3
                 Rolla, West                   7.229918,-
                 Plains, and                   90.962849&spn=0.041619,0.052614
                 surrounding                   &z=14&msid=109949117798670680
Shoulder         areas                       0 401.000480b1c16dbdbaba612           2/23/2010

                 10 SE -
                 Farmington,
                 Cape Girardeau,
Shoulder,        & surrounding Cape Girardeua
Bicycle Lane     areas           metro area                                        2/22/2010




Shoulder,
Sidewalk,
Bicycle Lane,
Curb
cuts/ramps,      10 SE -
Intersection     Farmington,
improvements,    Cape Girardeau, Not in any of http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=37
Crosswalks,      & surrounding the metro areas .733074,-
Signs            areas           above         89.865073&z=14&t=h&hl=en            2/11/2010


                                               http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                               hl=en&geocode=&q=jackson+high+s
                                               chool+missouri&sll=37.37778,-
                 10 SE -                       89.670625&sspn=0.003794,0.00687
                 Farmington,                   7&cid=1051763950000684660&ll=3
Sidewalk, Curb   Cape Girardeau, Not in any of 7.378283,-
cuts/ramps,      & surrounding the metro areas 89.670496&spn=0.008739,0.006899
Crosswalks       areas           above         &t=h&z=17&iwloc=A                   2/12/2010

                 10 SE -
                 Farmington,
                 Cape Girardeau, Not in any of
                 & surrounding the metro areas
Shoulder         areas           above                                             2/15/2010
Bicycle Lane,
Curb              10 SE -
cuts/ramps,       Farmington,
Signs,            Cape Girardeau,
informational     & surrounding
signs             areas                        0                                      2/16/2010

                                                http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&
                                                source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=far
                                                mington,+mo&sll=37.229918,-
                                                90.962849&sspn=0.041619,0.05261
                  10 SE -                       4&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Farmington
                  Farmington,                   ,+St.+Francois,+Missouri&ll=37.7799
                  Cape Girardeau, Not in any of 41,-
                  & surrounding the metro areas 90.516014&spn=0.144902,0.110378
Shoulder          areas           above         &z=13                                 2/17/2010

                   10 SE -
                   Farmington,
                   Cape Girardeau, Not in any of
                   & surrounding the metro areas
                 0 areas           above         Hwy W Farmington, MO                 2/21/2010

Shoulder,         10 SE -
Sidewalk,         Farmington,
Bicycle Lane,     Cape Girardeau, Not in any of
Curb              & surrounding the metro areas
cuts/ramps        areas           above                                               2/22/2010

Shoulder,         10 SE -
Sidewalk, Curb    Farmington,
cuts/ramps,       Cape Girardeau, Not in any of
Crosswalks,       & surrounding the metro areas
Signs             areas           above                                               2/22/2010

Sidewalk, Curb
cuts/ramps,       10 SE -
Intersection      Farmington,
improvements,     Cape Girardeau, Not in any of
Crosswalks,       & surrounding the metro areas
Signs             areas           above                                               2/23/2010
Sequence         Project Number   Project Number   Project Number
number (from     District         Sub-district     Prefix
online
submissions)




                6 00              MOS              00MOS




               12 00              MOS              00MOS




               53 00              MOS              00MOS




           141 00                 MOS              00MOS
144 00   MOS   00MOS




148 00   MOS   00MOS
192 00   MOS   00MOS




251 00   MOS   00MOS




252 00   MOS   00MOS
20 01   STJ   01STJ




28 01   STJ   01STJ




29 01   STJ   01STJ




30 01   STJ   01STJ
31 01   STJ   01STJ




32 01   STJ   01STJ




33 01   STJ   01STJ




34 01   STJ   01STJ
35 01   STJ   01STJ




36 01   STJ   01STJ




37 01   STJ   01STJ




38 01   STJ   01STJ
39 01   STJ   01STJ




40 01   STJ   01STJ




41 01   STJ   01STJ




42 01   STJ   01STJ




51 01   STJ   01STJ
233 01   STJ   01STJ




201 02   CHI   02CHI




215 02   CHI   02CHI




216 02   CHI   02CHI
242 02   CHI   02CHI




  5 02   KIR   02KIR




  7 02   KIR   02KIR
188 02   KIR   02KIR




240 02   KIR   02KIR
 66 03   HAN   03HAN




109 03   HAN   03HAN
119 03   HAN   03HAN
124 03   HAN   03HAN




227 03   HAN   03HAN
228 03   HAN   03HAN




231 03   HAN   03HAN
 45 03   HER   03HER




110 03   STL   03STL
253 04   KCM   04KCM




254 04   KCM   04KCM
255 04   KCM   04KCM
256 04   KCM   04KCM
257 04   KCM   04KCM




 13 04   KCM   04KCM




 14 04   KCM   04KCM
15 04   KCM   04KCM




16 04   KCM   04KCM




17 04   KCM   04KCM




18 04   KCM   04KCM




21 04   KCM   04KCM
22 04   KCM   04KCM




24 04   KCM   04KCM




25 04   KCM   04KCM




26 04   KCM   04KCM
27 04   KCM   04KCM




43 04   KCM   04KCM




46 04   KCM   04KCM
52 04   KCM   04KCM




60 04   KCM   04KCM




63 04   KCM   04KCM




64 04   KCM   04KCM
85 04   KCM   04KCM




86 04   KCM   04KCM




87 04   KCM   04KCM




90 04   KCM   04KCM




91 04   KCM   04KCM
 92 04   KCM   04KCM




 93 04   KCM   04KCM




 94 04   KCM   04KCM




 95 04   KCM   04KCM




125 04   KCM   04KCM
126 04   KCM   04KCM




128 04   KCM   04KCM
139 04   KCM   04KCM




145 04   KCM   04KCM




153 04   KCM   04KCM




174 04   KCM   04KCM




183 04   KCM   04KCM
186 04   KCM   04KCM




187 04   KCM   04KCM




189 04   KCM   04KCM
190 04   KCM   04KCM




191 04   KCM   04KCM




193 04   KCM   04KCM




194 04   KCM   04KCM




196 04   KCM   04KCM




198 04   KCM   04KCM
205 04   KCM   04KCM




206 04   KCM   04KCM




208 04   KCM   04KCM




209 04   KCM   04KCM




212 04   KCM   04KCM
213 04   KCM   04KCM




224 04   KCM   04KCM




244 04   KCM   04KCM
247 04   KCM   04KCM




248 04   KCM   04KCM
249 04   KCM   04KCM




250 04   KCM   04KCM




 47 04   WBG   04WBG
96 04   WBG   04WBG




 2 05   COL   05COL




 4 05   COL   05COL
11 05   COL   05COL




82 05   COL   05COL
 89 05   COL   05COL




102 05   COL   05COL




103 05   COL   05COL




105 05   COL   05COL
112 05   COL   05COL




115 05   COL   05COL




121 05   COL   05COL
135 05   COL   05COL




164 05   COL   05COL




166 05   COL   05COL




170 05   COL   05COL




171 05   COL   05COL
172 05   COL   05COL




210 05   COL   05COL




214 05   COL   05COL




241 05   COL   05COL
 23 05   JEF   05JEF




 49 05   JEF   05JEF




179 05   JEF   05JEF




182 05   JEF   05JEF




197 05   JEF   05JEF
199 05   JEF   05JEF




226 05   JEF   05JEF




118 05   SED   05SED
154 05   SED   05SED




155 05   SED   05SED




156 05   SED   05SED




157 05   SED   05SED




158 05   SED   05SED
159 05   SED   05SED




161 05   SED   05SED




162 05   SED   05SED
238 05   SED   05SED
246 05   SED   05SED




147 05   WSW   05WSW




  3 06   STL   06STL




  8 06   STL   06STL
 9 06   STL   06STL




10 06   STL   06STL




19 06   STL   06STL




44 06   STL   06STL
48 06   STL   06STL




50 06   STL   06STL




54 06   STL   06STL




55 06   STL   06STL
56 06   STL   06STL




57 06   STL   06STL
58 06   STL   06STL




59 06   STL   06STL




65 06   STL   06STL




83 06   STL   06STL
98 06   STL   06STL




99 06   STL   06STL
107 06   STL   06STL




108 06   STL   06STL
111 06   STL   06STL




113 06   STL   06STL




114 06   STL   06STL
116 06   STL   06STL
117 06   STL   06STL




120 06   STL   06STL
122 06   STL   06STL




134 06   STL   06STL




136 06   STL   06STL
137 06   STL   06STL




138 06   STL   06STL




140 06   STL   06STL
149 06   STL   06STL




150 06   STL   06STL




151 06   STL   06STL

152 06   STL   06STL




163 06   STL   06STL
165 06   STL   06STL




167 06   STL   06STL




168 06   STL   06STL




173 06   STL   06STL
175 06   STL   06STL




176 06   STL   06STL




177 06   STL   06STL
178 06   STL   06STL




180 06   STL   06STL




195 06   STL   06STL
200 06   STL   06STL




202 06   STL   06STL




203 06   STL   06STL




204 06   STL   06STL
211 06   STL   06STL




223 06   STL   06STL




225 06   STL   06STL




229 06   STL   06STL




232 06   STL   06STL
235 06   STL   06STL




236 06   STL   06STL


237 06   STL   06STL




239 06   STL   06STL
243 06   STL   06STL




 69 07   JOP   07JOP




 70 07   JOP   07JOP




 71 07   JOP   07JOP




 72 07   JOP   07JOP
73 07   JOP   07JOP




74 07   JOP   07JOP




75 07   JOP   07JOP




76 07   JOP   07JOP




77 07   JOP   07JOP




78 07   JOP   07JOP
 80 07   JOP   07JOP




 81 07   JOP   07JOP




101 07   JOP   07JOP




 62 08   SPR   08SPR
 88 08   SPR   08SPR




104 08   SPR   08SPR




181 08   SPR   08SPR
185 08   SPR   08SPR




217 08   SPR   08SPR




219 08   SPR   08SPR
220 08   SPR   08SPR




221 08   SPR   08SPR




100 09   ROL   09ROL




127 09   ROL   09ROL




129 09   ROL   09ROL
130 09   ROL   09ROL




131 09   ROL   09ROL




132 09   ROL   09ROL
133 09   ROL   09ROL




218 09   ROL   09ROL




222 09   ROL   09ROL
234 09   WPL   09WPL




146 10   CAP   10CAP




 67 10   PAR   10PAR




 68 10   PAR   10PAR




 79 10   PAR   10PAR
 84 10   PAR   10PAR




 97 10   PAR   10PAR




123 10   PAR   10PAR




142 10   PAR   10PAR




143 10   PAR   10PAR




169 10   PAR   10PAR
Scoring

                       Scoring: Need                   Scoring: Potential Use        Scoring:
                                                                                     Significance
Mean                            #DIV/0!                          #DIV/0!               #DIV/0!
Median                          #NUM!                            #NUM!                 #NUM!
Minimum                                            0                             0                  0
Maximum                                            0                             0                  0




Distribution of
submissions by MoDOT
District
                       District                        # projects                    % of total
                       1 NW - St. Joseph &
                       surrounding area                                         18            7.2

                       2 NCENTRAL - Chillicothe,
                       Kirksville, Macon                                         8            3.2

                       3 NE - Hannibal, Mexico, &
                       surrounding area                                          8            3.2

                       4 KC - Greater Kansas City
                       area, Warrensburg area                                   63           25.3
                       5 CENTRAL - Columbia,
                       Jefferson City, Boonville,
                       Sedalia and surrounding
                       areas                                                    39           15.7
                       6 STL - Greater St. Louis
                       area                                                     62           24.9
                       7 SW - Joplin, Nevada, and
                       surrounding areas                                        13            5.2
                       8 SPFLD - Springfield,
                       Branson, & surrounding
                       areas                                                     9            3.6
                       9 SCENTRAL - Rolla, West
                       Plains, and surrounding
                       areas                                                    10            4.0
                       10 SE - Farmington, Cape
                       Girardeau, & surrounding
                       areas                                                    10            4.0
                       Other area                                                9            3.6
                             TOTAL                                                 249         100.0

ESTIMATED COST

                                                       Total cost of all submitted
                                                       project ideas (including
                                                       two submissions to add
                                                       shoulders to all roads,
                                                       estimated at $10 billion
                                       $20,217,662,693 each)
                                                       Total cost of just the
                                                       individual projects,
                                                       excluding statewide
                                         $212,577,693 "grand ideas"
                                                       Number of projects with
                                                   187 estimate >0

                                                        Average estimated cost of
                                                        project (for projects with
                                             $1,136,779 cost estimate)


Number of projects with
these characteristics:
On the MoDOT system?         Add-on to an existing        On a national bike route or Involves a
                             MoDOT project?               other national or cross-state school or
                                                          route?                        significant
                                                                                        route to
                                                                                        school?
                       195                            0                               0               33
                        19
Scoring: Cost Effectiveness       Scoring: Ready-to-Go           Scoring: Overall Score       Scoring: Overall Score (w/o
                                                                                              Ready-to-Go
          #DIV/0!                          #DIV/0!                         #DIV/0!                      #DIV/0!
          #NUM!                            #NUM!                           #NUM!                        #NUM!
                              0                             0                             0                                 0
                              0                             0                             0                                 0




                                  Population percentage

%                                                         3.61


%                                                         3.17


%                                                         3.59


%                                                        20.04




%                                                         8.09

%                                                        34.68

%                                                         5.88


%                                                         9.27


%                                                         4.61


%                                                         7.06
%
%                                                100




Support: From MoDOT       Support: From area planning Support: from municipality       Support: From local user
district?                 organization?               (city/county)?                   groups?




                      2                             2                              3                              3
Elements: Bicycle         Elements: Pedestrian         Elements: ADA         Elements: Non-
                                                                             infrastructure




                    219                          189                   141                    1
Elements: General statewide Includes: Shoulder         Includes: Sidewalk        Includes: Bicycle Lane
or overall policy




                          6                      110                        90                            101
Includes: Curb cut/ Ramp        Includes: Intersection        Includes: Crosswalks        Includes: Signs
                                changes




                           55                            65                          66                     76
Includes: Other ADA specific Includes: Trail        Includes: Other




                         110                   23                     0

				
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