City of St. Louis Pursuing Traffic Study to Address Safety Concerns in Patch Neighborhood

The City of St. Louis is taking action to address numerous safety concerns in the Patch Neighborhood by conducting a traffic study at the Ivory Triangle location. This study will focus on the intersections of Ivory St., Virginia Ave., Courtois St., Schirmer St., and Steins St., with the goal of reducing speeding and improving pedestrian safety.

The study will provide both immediate and long-term solutions, including measures to decrease vehicle speeds, increase compliance with stop signs, and enhance pedestrian safety. In addition, the long-term plans will incorporate placemaking and beautification efforts, as well as improvements to local bicycle connector routes.

Project Status

The traffic study is currently in development and is expected to be completed by Fall 2024. The city will also be engaging with the public in the summer of 2024 to gather input and feedback on the proposed solutions.

Public Meeting: Open House Format

The public is invited to attend an open house meeting on Wednesday, July 17, 2024, from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at Stacked Burger Bar located at 7637 Ivory Street. This meeting will provide an opportunity for community members to learn more about the project and share their thoughts and concerns.

Project Schedule

The project schedule is as follows:

Traffic Study: Fall 2023 to Fall 2024
Public Engagement: Summer 2024