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St. Louis Lambert Airport plans preventive maintenance in Lindbergh Tunnel

The project will cause some lane closures beginning Monday, Aug. 29

St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL) is scheduling preventive maintenance of the Lindbergh Tunnel’s jet fans beginning Monday, Aug. 29.

The weeklong project requires daily closures of either the right or left lanes in the specific tunnel cell being worked on that day.

Crews will begin the work each day at 9 a.m. and end at 3 p.m. Safety crews will begin setting up for the specific lane closure each morning at 8:30 a.m.

During this time, the tunnel’s digital message boards will relay the current closure to drivers using the Lindbergh Tunnel.

If an additional day is needed for any uncompleted or delayed work, Friday, Sept. 2, has been selected as a contingency workday (see schedule below).

  • Monday, Aug. 29 Northbound Cell Right Lane closed
  • Tuesday, Aug. 30 Northbound Cell Left Lane closed
  • Wednesday, Aug. 31 Southbound Cell Left Lane closed
  • Thursday, Sept. 1 Southbound Cell Right Lane closed

*Friday, Sept. 2, reserved as a Contingency Day

View of the Lindbergh Tunnel looking southbound, shown. (Submitted photo)

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