State Route 360, 364, 370, and 94 in Missouri
State Route 360 in Missouri
State Route 360 is a state route and freeway in the U.S. state of Missouri. State Route 360 is part of the James River Freeway around the southern city of Springfield, forming its westernmost 4 miles.
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The highway begins at a trumpet interchange with Interstate 44 and proceeds southeast in 2×2 lanes. This part still runs quite well outside the city of Springfield. After 6 kilometers it connects with US 60, after which US 60 continues as a freeway along the south side of Springfield.
State Route 360 was the last section of the James River Freeway around Springfield to be built and opened to traffic in its entirety in 2002, allowing traffic from I-44 directly to the south side of Springfield.
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Every day, approximately 13,000 vehicles drive on State Route 360, which is therefore not busy.
State Route 364 in Missouri
The Veterans Memorial Bridge.
State Route 364 or SR-364 is a state route and freeway in the U.S. state of Missouri. The highway forms an east-west route through the western suburbs of St. Louis. The highway runs from Interstate 64 in Dardenne to Interstate 270 and is 17 miles long.
State Route 364 begins from Page Avenue in Maryland Heights, a major suburb west of St. Louis. A clover turbine follows with the Interstate 270 ring road, after which the highway has 2×5 lanes and crosses the Missouri River via the Veterans Memorial Bridge. The highway then runs through the suburb of St. Charles, a fairly densely built suburban area. SR-364 then has 2×4 lanes and continues west to Interstate 64.
Construction of SR-364 (Page Avenue Extension) began with the construction of the Veterans Memorial Bridge over the Missouri River. This wide, 10-lane bridge was built to withstand earthquakes from the New Madrid Fault, a fault line in Missouri’s deep south. The highway was opened on December 13, 2003, traffic was able to cross it a day later. In 2010, the connection with Harvester Road opened, and on August 30, 2012, an extension opened to Mid Rivers Mall Drive. Work began on the final section in 2013, extending from Mid Rivers Mall Drive to I-64. The section between Route K and I-64 was opened on October 4, 2014, on November 2, 2014 the last missing section of 7 kilometers between Route 94 and Route K opened.
|SR-94||Harvester Road||2.6 km||27-07-2010|
|Harvester Road||Mid Rivers Mall Drive||5.0 km||30-08-2012|
|Route K||6.9 km||04-10-2014|
|Mid Rivers Mall Drive||Route K||7.0 km||02-11-2014|
It is proposed to renumber SR-364 to Interstate 364. This number fits well into the numbering system and the highway meets Interstate Highway design requirements.
State Route 370 in Missouri
State Route 370 or SR-370 is a state route and freeway in the U.S. state of Missouri. The highway forms a bypass to the St. Charles suburb of St. Louis. The road can also be used for through traffic to Illinois to bypass a portion of Interstate 70 and Interstate 270 . The route is 18 kilometers long, and has 2×3 lanes. The main artwork on the route is a bridge over the Missouri River.
State Route 370 in St. Charles, met de Discovery Bridge over de Missouri River.
State Route 370 is a freeway and bypasses St. Charles, a western suburb of St. Louis. The SR-370 is an alternative to Interstate 70. The highway is spacious with 2×3 lanes, on the Discovery Bridge there are even 2×4 lanes. On the west side, the highway connects to I-70, on the east side to Interstate 270, St. Louis’ beltway.
Construction of the SR-370 began in the early 1990s. On December 16, 1992, the first section between SR-94 and I-270 opened over 5 miles. In 1993, the Discovery Bridge over the Missouri River opened to traffic. The highway was completed in 1996.
Between 45,000 and 59,000 vehicles travel on State Route 370 around St. Charles every day.
State Route 94 in Missouri
|Get started||West Alton|
State Route 94 is a state route in the U.S. state of Missouri. The road forms a largely secondary east-west link from West Alton to Jefferson City, passing through the suburbs of St. Louis. State Route 94 is 216 kilometers long.
The split between State Route 94 and State Route 364 in Cottleville.
State Route 94 begins in the village of West Alton on US 67 near the Illinois border. The road first forms a narrow and winding two-lane road over the headland between the Mississippi River and Missouri River, then curves slightly south to pass through the western suburbs of St. Louis. The road runs for approximately 25 kilometers through urban areas, mainly through the suburbs of St. Charles and Weldon Spring. The road is a major 2×2 lane urban arterial and piggybacks five miles on State Route 364, which is a freeway.
From Weldon Spring, State Route 94 runs along the bank of the Missouri River, continuing continuously north of the river. This area has a reasonable amount of forest and is slightly hilly. The road has a secondary character and only leads to Jefferson City through small villages and hamlets, and also crosses few major roads. There are not too many bridges over the Missouri River on this stretch. State Route 94 runs parallel to Interstate 70 for 15 to 40 kilometers away. North of the capital Jefferson City, State Route 94 ends at US 54 and US 63.
State Route 94 was one of the original state routes of 1922, but at the time it ran only between West Alton and US 40 in St. Charles. The route was later extended parallel to the Missouri River to Jefferson City. The road is considered one of the most scenic in Missouri, especially in the fall.
As early as the 1980s, the section between St. Charles and Weldon Spring was widened to a 2×2 urban arterial. In two phases in 2010 and 2012, the dual numbering with State Route 364 was converted into a freeway with 2×4 lanes.
It is planned to convert the portion between I-70 and State Route 364 in St. Charles to a freeway. This part is 4 kilometers long. The connection to State Route 364 is already a junction. In 2013, 35,000 vehicles drove daily on this portion of State Route 94.
Only 1,000 to 2,000 vehicles travel daily between West Alton and St. Charles, rising to 25,000 vehicles in St. Charles at I-70 and 35,000 vehicles between I-70 and State Route 364. The section in Weldon Springs to I-64 processed at the time 42,000 vehicles a day, but that was before State Route 364 opens past Weldon Spring.
West of the conurbation of St. Louis, traffic intensities are much lower, with mostly only 500 to 1,500 vehicles per day.