Update from Missouri Department of Transportation - January 18, 2022:
Work is continuing through the winter months on the construction on Route 100 (Manchester Road) between Big Bend and Lindbergh, as weather permits.
Most of the work currently underway continues to construct sidewalk and remove, grade, and replace entrances in various sections on each end of the project. Most of this work will require a lane closure where the crews are working at the time.
On the east side of the project, crews are working mostly on the south side of Manchester between Hanley and the new pedestrian underpass at Mary Avenue. Most of that work is during the day, between about 7 am and 3:30 pm weekdays.
At night, crews remain on the north side of Manchester between Lindbergh and Woodlawn. Crews are typically out between 7 pm and 5 am each night Monday through Thursday. Friday is used as a makeup day if inclement weather interferes with construction work during the week. There may be some limited daytime work along the corridor for electric work and utility relocations.