Manchester Road Corridor

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During the course of this study, several surveys were conducted: December 2009: Transportation and Access Management, February 2010: Alternatives for Land Use and Transportation, March 2010: Preferred Roadway and Land Use Plan,  and May 2010: Preferred Roadway and Land Use Plan. 

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Survey Images for the February 2010 Survey

Survey Images for Questions 11-15 on the December 2009 Survey

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This website provides information related specifically to the development of a plan for the Manchester Road corridor in West St. Louis County, which is part of the St. Louis Great Streets Initiative. This initiative intended to expand the way communities think of their streets. Rather than viewing a roadway project as solely a way to move more cars and trucks faster, the goal of the St. Louis Great Streets Initiative is to trigger economic and social benefits by centering communities around interesting, lively and attractive streets that serve all modes of transportation.


The Manchester Road Great Streets Master Plan (January 2011) illustrates the community’s vision for this corridor between Routes 141 and 109, in the municipalities of Manchester, Winchester, Ballwin, Ellisville and Wildwood.




East West Gateway and the design team worked closely with a project steering committee which aided in the development of a corridor Master Plan. The committee provided technical, design, and community assistance as needed as the consultant team explored corridor engineering and economic conditions. In addition, committee members served as liaisons to their respective constituents and municipalities

The committee included representatives from the following organizations:



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Updated 05/14/10


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