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Lambert St. Louis Airport begins work on LIB Bridge over Coldwater Creek

Work will affect road traffic coming into the airport, I-70 travelers through 2023

Beginning at 7 a.m. today (Monday, October 10)  Gershenson Construction will begin work on the Lindbergh International Boulevard (LIB) bridge that runs over Coldwater Creek. This work will encompass structural repairs to the bridge, constructing a new pedestrian bridge next to the roadway bridge, sewer work and landscaping.

The work will affect traffic on the St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL) property using Cypress and Natural Bridge Roads, as well as those traveling westbound to enter Interstate 70 using Cypress Road.  This is Phase One of a two-part project to be completed in 2023.

During the first phase of this construction work, the westbound lanes of LIB will be closed off and the eastbound lanes will be reduced to one lane of traffic going in each direction.

Phase One is scheduled for completion sometime in May 2023, when Phase Two gets underway.

During Phase Two, the eastbound lanes of LIB will be closed and the westbound lanes will be reduced to one lane of traffic going in each direction.

This project is scheduled to be finished in July 2023.

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