ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. (KSDK) - Chesterfield Valley drivers might have to face some travel headaches for a couple of months.
Starting Wednesday, drivers of both directions will have to share a single lane of traffic between Jeffrey's Crossing Lane and Courtyard Mill Lane. Then, single lane duration will start inbetween Courtyard Mille Lane to north a few hundred feet south of Wildhorse Creek Road.
The road improvements, which are a part of the county's $8.3 million realignment of Kehrs Mill, will allow for the build of a retaining wall and a new lane of traffic on Kehrs Mill, south of Wildhorse Creek Road.
Temporary electronic signals will be placed to control the flow of traffic. The one-lane will start at noon Wednesday.