Interstate 70 in Missouri

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Interstate 70 marker

Interstate 70

Dwight D. Eisenhower Highway
I-70 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by MoDOT
Length250.16 mi[1] (402.59 km)
NHSEntire route
Major junctions
West end I-70 / US-24 / US-40 / US-169 at Kansas state line
Major intersections
East end I-70 at Illinois state line
CountryUnited States
CountiesJackson, Lafayette, Saline, Cooper, Boone, Callaway, Montgomery, Warren, St. Charles, St. Louis, City of St. Louis
Highway system
US 69 US 71

Interstate 70 (I-70) in the US state of Missouri is generally parallel to the Missouri River. This section of the transcontinental Interstate begins at the Kansas state line on the Intercity Viaduct, running concurrently with US Route 24 (US 24), US 40, and US 169, and the east end is on the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge in St. Louis.

Route description[edit]

Crossing into Missouri on the Intercity Viaduct, I-70 immediately encounters the Downtown Loop, also called the Alphabet Loop, a small but complex loop of freeways with all of its exits having the number 2 and a letter suffix that uses the entire alphabet (except I, O, and Z).[2] I-70 runs concurrently with I-35 once it enters into the Loop. Both Interstates maintain the concurrency until they approach the northeastern corner of the loop.[3] Back at the northwest corner, US 169 splits off to the north, leaving four routes concurrent with each other. There is a large interchange with Route 9 in the loop's northeastern corner.[4] At that corner, I-29 ends, and US 71 joins.[5]

Once it leaves I-35, I-70 turns south, with interchanges to more roads. At the southeastern corner, I-70, US 40, US 24, and US 71 all exit the loop. I-70, US 40, and US 24 split off to the east, and US 71 continues south. I-670 ends at the alignment.[6] Not long after they usurp that alignment, I-70/US 40/US 24 turn southeast. US 40 departs from I-70 at exit 7A.[7] I-70 and US 24 then interchanges with I-435, the beltway around the Kansas City metropolitan area.[8] US 24 departs from I-70 exit 8B and heads north following I-435.

While passing through Kansas City, I-70 is known as the George Brett Super Highway, named after former Kansas City Royals third baseman and Baseball Hall of Fame member George Brett. The Truman Sports Complex, which houses the Royals's and Chiefs's stadiums, is located adjacent to the I-70/I-435 interchange.

I-70 in Saline County

East of I-435, I-70 continues east through Independence, passing a busy cloverleaf interchange at I-470.[9] The highway then continues with six lanes to the rapidly growing suburb of Blue Springs, where the roadway narrows to four lanes (two each direction) at Route 7.[10] I-70 remains at this width until just west of the intersection with I-64/US 40/US 61 in Wentzville, over 170 miles (270 km) away.

East of Blue Springs, I-70 takes on a rural highway as it leaves Jackson County. The highway remains this way for the next 100 miles (160 km), going through gently rolling terrain while it meets US 65 at a cloverleaf interchange and finally crossing the Missouri River at Rocheport just west of where it reaches the midsized college town of Columbia in the center of the state.[11] Through Columbia, the highway is lined with restaurants and hotels and can get congested during University of Missouri sporting events. The highway leaves Columbia after an exit with St. Charles Road on the east end of town.[12] East of Columbia, I-70 has an interchange with US 54 at Kingdom City, Route 19 at New Florence, and Route 47 at Warrenton. Then, it continues through more gently rolling terrain until it reaches Wentzville, where it meets I-64/US 61. Here, US 40 departs from I-70. It then expands to three lanes each direction to St. Louis.

I-70 west of St. Louis; shown here is rush-hour traffic congestion. Since this photograph was taken, this section has been widened to four lanes in each direction.

East of Wentzville, I-70 passes through the bedroom community of Lake St. Louis, then the growing towns of O'Fallon and St. Peters, and finally the historic city of St. Charles. It crosses over the Missouri River one last time on the Blanchette Memorial Bridge, which is actually made up of two bridges: the westbound span built in the late 1950s and refurbished in 2013 and the eastbound one completed in the late 1970s.

Traffic volume increases as I-70 enters St. Louis County, requiring more lanes. There are as many as 13 lanes at one point. The section of I-70 from Fifth Street in St. Charles to I-270 is among the busiest section of highway in the state, with annual average daily traffic (AADT) counts approaching 165,000 in 2005.[13]

I-270 draws much of the traffic, so I-70 continues east through Bridgeton with only six lanes. After interchanges with Route 180 (St. Charles Rock Road) and US 67 (Lindbergh Boulevard), it passes on the southern edge of St. Louis Lambert International Airport and through several bedroom communities—including Edmundson, Berkeley, Ferguson, and Jennings—and crossing I-170 in the process.

As it finally enters the city of St. Louis, motorists encounter what are signed as the "Express Lanes", known by the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) as the "reversible lanes".[14] Two lanes in the middle of the freeway are separated from the eastbound and westbound lanes by Jersey barriers. Due to traffic pattern changes caused by the I-64 reconstruction, the lanes travel eastbound all day. MoDOT regularly monitors traffic patterns of this stretch of I-70 and will adjust the express lane traffic patterns accordingly.[14] These lanes have no entrance or exit ramps, except at the ends. They extend approximately eight miles (13 km) from near Union Boulevard to just north of Downtown St. Louis.

Just before it enters downtown, I-70 turns to the east to cross the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge, which redirects the highway's traffic away from the congested Poplar Street Bridge two miles (3.2 km) to the south. This two-mile (3.2 km) stretch of former I-70 is now an extension of I-44.


Prior to 2014, I-70 traveled through downtown near the Gateway Arch. Now, this section is signed as I-44.

I-70 had been criticized for cutting off downtown from the Mississippi River waterfront particularly at the Gateway Arch. St. Louis constructed a $90-million (equivalent to $127 million in 2023[15]) project to cover the highway (now I-44) by the arch.[16]

This was not the first controversy involving I-70 and the arch. In 1959, builders of the Poplar Street Bridge asked for the National Park Service to give 25 acres (10 ha) of the park for the bridge. The request generated enormous controversy and ultimately 2.5 acres (1.0 ha) was turned over to use for the bridge.[17]

The New Mississippi River Bridge was finished and opened to traffic on Sunday, February 9, 2014. It reroutes and redirects I-70 traffic off the congested Poplar Street Bridge. The bridge was named in honor of St. Louis Cardinals baseball legend Stan Musial.[18]

As of 2021, US 24 follows I-70 east to I-435 north. US 24 that used to follow Independence Avenue will become a business route of US 24.[citation needed]


I-70 across central Missouri is one of the oldest stretches of Interstate Highway in the system, as some sections date back as far as the late 1950s.[19] As a result, the exits often have short, substandard acceleration and deceleration ramps and the median is relatively narrow. Certain spots of both directions of traffic are separated by no more than a Jersey barrier. Also, a number of overpasses have low clearance, especially railway overpasses. Long-term plans have been identified to expand the highway to between six and eight lanes across the middle of the state. Tolling the Interstate has become a possible alternative, although the public does not support this idea.[citation needed] In May 2023, about $2.8 billion was allocated to widen the interstate throughout the entire state to at least three lanes in each direction. Dubbed as the MODOT’s Improve I-70 program, the project will be broken down in six segments and being construction work in Spring 2024; the work is expected to last about seven years.[20]

A March 2010 study[21] of I-70 from the Kansas state line to the I-470 interchange identified several possible improvements, including expanding the freeway from four to eight lanes, adding high-occupancy vehicle or toll lanes, reconstructing the Truman Road interchange, and improving the curves at Jackson Avenue and Truman Road. Some novel ideas included a new alignment of I-70 as a tunnel from the southeast corner of the downtown loop to 22nd/23rd streets, covering the southern portion of the downtown loop (I-670), or making the downtown loop into a unidirectional freeway around downtown, essentially becoming a large roundabout. In March 2023, Governor Mike Parson announced a proposal to widen I-70 to six lanes (three lanes each way) across the state,[22] which he approved in July 2023.[23]

The Missouri Hyperloop is a proposed high-speed transportation route that would complement and relieve I-70.[24][25]

MoDOT plans to replace the Rocheport Bridge, which crosses the Missouri River near Rocheport, with two bridges. Currently, one bridge carries four lanes of I-70. Construction of one span began in 2021.[26]

Exit list[edit]

Kansas River0.0000.000

I-70 west / US-24 west / US-40 west / US-169 south / Lewis and Clark Trail – Topeka
Continuation into Kansas
Lewis and Clark Viaduct; KansasMissouri line
JacksonKansas City0.886–
I-35 south – Wichita
Western end of I-35 / Downtown freeway loop concurrency
0.8451.3602BBeardsley RoadEastbound exit and westbound entrance
US 169 north (Broadway Boulevard)
Eastern end of US 169 concurrency. Access to Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport and Downtown
1.3032.0972DMain Street / Delaware Street / Wyandotte StreetSigned as Main Street only eastbound
Route 9 north / Oak Street
Westbound access is via exit 2H

I-29 north / I-35 north / US 71 north / Lewis and Clark Trail – St. Joseph, Des Moines
Eastern end of I-35 concurrency; western end of US 71 concurrency; signed as exit 2G–H eastbound; southern terminus of I-29

To Route 9 north / Admiral Boulevard

US 24 Bus. (Independence Avenue)
Westbound exit and eastbound entrance; Substitute exit for Exits 2F and 2E westbound
2.2733.6582J11th Street to 10th Street VIA Charlotte StreetEastbound exit and westbound entrance; access to University of Missouri-Kansas City Medical School
2.6684.2942K12th Street / 11th Street to Charlotte Street / 10th Street / Harrison Street / Troost AvenueWestbound exit and eastbound entrance

I-670 west to I-35 south – Wichita
I-670 exit 2N
US 71 south – Joplin
Eastern end of US 71 and Downtown freeway loop concurrency; I-670 exit 2N; westbound access is via exit 3A; eastern end of the Bruce Watkins Drive Memorial Parkway; access to UMKC Medical School, and Truman Medical Center-Hospital Hill
2P 13th Street / Charlotte StreetWestbound exit only; access to Downtown Kansas City, UMKC Medical School, and Truman Medical Center-Hospital Hill
14th Street / Charlotte StreetEastbound entrance only
2QTruman Road / Locust Street / Oak Street / Grand Boulevard / Walnut Street / Main Street / Baltimore AvenueWestbound exit and eastbound entrance. Access to Power and Light District and T-Mobile Center.

To US 71 south / The Paseo
Westbound exit and entrance and eastbound entrance only. No eastbound exit from I-70 east; no westbound entrance to I-670 west; I-670 exit 3A; access to the American Jazz Museum and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
3.3895.4543BBrooklyn AvenueEastbound exit and westbound entrance
3.6445.8643CProspect AvenueAccess to Pioneer College
4.1356.6554ABenton Boulevard / Truman RoadEastbound exit and westbound entrance
4.4207.1134B18th StreetAccess to American Jazz Museum and Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
4.8797.8524C23rd Street
5.4478.7665A27th StreetEastbound exit and westbound entrance
5.5788.9775BMyrtle Avenue to 31st StreetEastbound exit only
5.7569.2635CJackson Avenue / Myrtle Avenue to 27th StreetWestbound exit and eastbound entrance
6.49310.4496Van Brunt BoulevardAccess to Veteran Administration Medical Center
US 40 east / 31st Street
Eastern end of US 40 overlap
7.67512.3527BManchester Trafficway
I-435 south / Blue Ridge Cutoff – Wichita, Truman Sports Complex

US 24 east / I-435 north – Des Moines
I-435 exit 63A; signed as exits 8A (south) and 8B (north)
9.33815.0289Blue Ridge Cutoff –Truman Sports ComplexWestbound exit and eastbound and westbound entrance; eastbound exit 9 via exit 8A
10.84817.45810Sterling AvenueEastbound exit only; westbound entrance to I-70 is via US 40; westbound exit and eastbound entrance via US 40 and I-70
Kansas CityIndependence line11.101–
11 US 40 / Blue Ridge BoulevardBlue Ridge Boulevard only has eastbound and westbound entrances; except for a ramp to southbound Blue Ridge Boulevard from US 40 eastbound
Independence12.59620.27112Noland RoadAccess to the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum and Harry S. Truman National Historic Site
14.09322.68014Lee's Summit Road
I-470 south / Route 291 – Lee's Summit, Liberty
I-470 exits 16B–C; signed as exits 15A (south/west) and 15B (north); access to Sugar Creek
16.61326.73617 Little Blue Parkway / 39th Street / Mall EntranceAccess to Centerpoint Medical Center and Independence Event Center
Blue Springs18.56329.87418Woods Chapel RoadAccess to Lake Tapawingo and Fleming Park
20.39232.81820 Route 7 – Blue SpringsAccess to Lake Lotawana
21.62534.80221Adams Dairy Parkway – Blue Springs
Grain Valley24.41239.28724 US 40 / Route AA / Route BB – Grain Valley, BucknerWestern end of US 40 concurrency
Oak Grove28.16945.33428 Route F / Route H – Levasy, Oak Grove
LafayetteBates City31.43150.58331 Route D / Route Z – Bates City, Napoleon
Odessa36.66559.00737AAction Road - Outlet MallEastbound exit only; access to Shops at Odessa; attached to exit 37B
36.98959.52837B Route 131 – Odessa, WellingtonNo eastbound entrance—eastbound entrance is via exit 38; signed as exit 37 westbound
38.25261.56138Johnson DriveWestbound exit and eastbound entrance
41.17366.26241 Route M / Route O – Lexington, Mayview
45.38273.03545 Route H – Mayview
Higginsville49.38779.48149 Route 13 – Higginsville, WarrensburgAccess to Wentworth Military Academy and Junior College, Missouri Veterans State Cemetery, Whiteman Air Force Base, the University of Central Missouri, Confederate Memorial State Historic Site, Battle of Lexington State Historic Site, and Maple Leaf Lake Conservation Area
52.83985.03652 Route T – Aullville
Concordia58.56994.25858 Route 23 – Concordia, Waverly, Knob Noster
SalineEmma62.574100.70362 Route VV / Route Y – Emma
Sweet Springs66.891107.65166 Route 127 – Sweet Springs, Mt. Leonard
71.383114.88071 Route EE / Route K – Houstonia
74.606120.06774 Route YY
78.173125.80778 US 65 – Sedalia, MarshallSigned as exits 78A (south) and 78B (north)
84.614136.17384 Route J
Cooper89.918144.70989 Route K / Route M – Arrow Rock, Blackwater
98.000157.71698 Route 41 / Route 135 – Arrow Rock, Pilot Grove
Boonville101.781163.801101 I-70 BL / US 40 / Route 5 (Ashley Road) – Boonville, TiptonEastern end of US 40 concurrency; access to Central Methodist University and the Lake of the Ozarks
103.551166.649103 Route B (Main Street) – Boonville, BuncetonAccess to Historic Downtown Boonville and Katy Trail State Park
Windsor Place106.382171.205106 I-70 BL / Route 87 (Bingham Road) – Boonville, Prairie Home
111.455179.369111 Route 98 / Route 179 – Overton, Wooldridge
Missouri River114.714184.614Rocheport Interstate 70 Bridge
Boone115.505185.887115 Route BB – RocheportAccess to Katy Trail State Park and Historic Downtown Rocheport
117.687189.399117 Route J / Route O – Huntsdale, Harrisburg
US 40 west / Route 240 / Route UU – Fayette
Western end of US 40 concurrency; access to Central Methodist University and UMC Dairy Farm
Columbia124.398200.199124 Route E / Route 740 (Stadium Boulevard) – ColumbiaAccess to the University of Missouri, University Hospital, and Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans' Hospital
125.543202.042125 I-70 BL to West Boulevard
126.545203.654126 Route 163 (Providence Road)Access to Downtown
127.019204.417127 Route 763 (Range Line Road)Access to Columbia College and Stephens College
I-70 BL west – Columbia
Westbound exit only as of 2018; eastbound traffic onto I-70 rerouted to I-70 Connector
128.887207.424128A US 63 – Jefferson City, MoberlyIndirect access via I-70 Connector; access to Columbia Regional Airport and the University of Missouri
130.984210.798131St. Charles Road / Lake of the Woods Road
133.644215.079133 Route Z – Centralia
Callaway137.729221.653137 Route DD / Route J – MillersburgAccess to Little Dixie Lake Conservation Area
144.193232.056144 Route HH / Route M – Hatton
Kingdom City147.963238.123148 US 54 – Auxvasse, Mexico, FultonAccess to the Lake of the Ozarks, Mark Twain Lake, and the National Churchill Museum; ; future Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI)[28]
155.426250.134155 Route A / Route Z – Bachelor, Calwood
161.318259.616161 Route D / Route YY – WilliamsburgAccess to Whetstone Creek Conservation Area
Montgomery170.374274.190170 Route 161 / Route J – Danville, Montgomery CityAccess to Graham Cave State Park
New Florence174.975281.595175 Route 19 – New Florence, HermannAccess to Deutschheim State Historic Site and Mark Twain Lake
High Hill179.797289.355179 Route F – High HillAccess to Laborers-AGC Training Center
Jonesburg183.780295.765183 Route E / Route NN / Route Y – Jonesburg
Warren188.445303.273188 Route A / Route B – Truxton
Warrenton192.121309.189192 Route MM / West Warrenton BoulevardRoundabouts serve as access points to collector roads that direct to Route MM and Veterans Memorial Parkway; West Warrenton Boulevard serves as the overpass
TruesdaleWarrenton line193.484311.382193 Route 47 – Warrenton, Hawk Point
Wright City198.962320.198199 Route H – Wright City
200.000321.869200 Route F / Route J / Route H – Wright CityWestbound exit and eastbound entrance; other half of interchange is via exit 199
St. CharlesForistell203.750327.904203 Route T / Route W – Foristell
Wentzville206.586332.468206David Hoekel Parkway
208.231335.115208 Wentzville ParkwayAccess to SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital — Wentzville
209.412337.016209 Route Z / Church Street

US 61 (Avenue of the Saints) / I-64 east / US 40 east – Chesterfield, Hannibal
Eastern end of US 40 concurrency; signed as exits 210A (east/south) and 210B (north); I-64 exit 1; western terminus of I-64
Lake St. Louis211.948341.097212 Route AAccess to Midwest University
213.950344.319214 Lake St. Louis BoulevardAccess to SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital-Lake St. Louis
O'Fallon215.977347.581216Bryan Road
217.759350.449217 Route K (Main Street) – O'FallonEastbound exit and westbound entrance; westbound exit and eastbound entrance via frontage roads and exit 218
218.433351.534218T.R. Hughes Boulevard / Belleau Creek Road
Route K (Main Street) – O'Fallon
T.R. Hughes Boulevard and Belleau Creek Road signed eastbound only; Route K and Main Street signed westbound only
218.929352.332219T.R. Hughes Boulevard / Belleau Creek RoadWestbound exit and eastbound entrance; eastbound exit and westbound entrance via frontage roads and exit 218
St. Peters220.381354.669220 Route 79 – Elsberry, Louisiana
222.098357.432222AMid Rivers Mall Drive
222.262357.696222BVeterans Memorial Parkway / Suemandy DriveEastbound exit only
Route 370 east
Route 370 exit 0
225.129362.310225 Cave Springs Road / Harry S Truman RoadAccess to Barnes Jewish Hospital-St. Peters
St. Charles226.933365.213227Zumbehl Road
228.277367.376228 I-70 BL / Route 94 / Lewis and Clark Trail (First Capitol Drive) – St. Charles, Weldon SpringAccess to Lindenwood University and SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital-St. Charles
229.143368.770229AConvention Center BoulevardNo eastbound entrance
229.379369.150229B I-70 BL (Fifth Street)Access to First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site, Katy Trail State Park, and SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital-St. Charles
Missouri River230.128370.355Blanchette Memorial Bridge
St. LouisMaryland Heights231.507372.574231A
Route 141 south (Maryland Heights Expressway)
Access to Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
Route 141 north (Earth City Expressway)
Maryland HeightsBridgeton line232.222–
232 I-270 – Chicago, MemphisI-270 exit 20; signed as exits 232A (south) and 232B (north) westbound
Bridgeton234.180376.876234 Route 180 (St. Charles Rock Road)SSM Health DePaul Hospital-St. Louis
235.096378.350235 US 67 (Lindbergh Boulevard)Signed as exits 235A (south) and 235B (north)
235.626379.203235C Route B (Natural Bridge Road) / Cypress RoadAccess to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
Edmundson236.729380.978236Pear Tree Drive / Natural Bridge Road / Airflight Drive / Lambert International BoulevardAccess to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
Route 115 east (Natural Bridge Road)
No westbound exit
238.068383.133238ALambert-St. Louis International AirportWestbound exit and eastbound entrance
238 I-170 – ClaytonSigned as exits 238B (south) and 238C (north); I-170 exit 7
239.783385.893239Hanley RoadWestbound exit is via exit 240; access to Vatterott College
Cool Valley240.393386.875240 Route N (Florissant Road / University Boulevard) / N. Hanley RoadNorth Hanley Road not signed eastbound; access to Historic Downtown Ferguson and the University of Missouri-St. Louis
Normandy240.920387.723241ABermuda Road
NorthwoodsNorwood Court line241.691388.964241B Route U (Lucas & Hunt Road)
Pine Lawn242.774390.707242Jennings Station Road
City of St. Louis243.09391.22243AGoodfellow BoulevardEastbound access via exit 242
Route 367 north (Riverview Boulevard)
Westbound exit only
244.062392.780243CBircher BoulevardEastbound exit only
244.255393.090244AUnion Boulevard / KingshighwayAccess to Ranken Technical College
I-70 Express Lanes – DowntownEastbound exit only; westbound entrance closed in 2009; western end of express lanes
244.579393.612244BKingshighway BoulevardWestbound exit and eastbound entrance; eastbound access via exit 244A
245.013394.310245AShreve Avenue
245.643395.324245BW. Florissant Avenue
246.111396.077246ACarrie AvenueFormerly signed as N. Broadway and O'Fallon Park
246.622396.900246BAdelaide Avenue
247.218397.859247Grand Boulevard
Route 115 west (Salisbury Street) – McKinley Bridge
Access to IL 3
248.515399.946248BBranch StreetWestbound exit only
248.755400.332248CSt. Louis AvenueEastbound exit and entrance; access to Municipal River Terminal

I-44 west to I-55 south – Tulsa, Memphis
Eastbound exit and Westbound entrance; Eastern terminus of I-44; former route of I-70 east through Downtown St. Louis
To Historic US 66 (Tucker Boulevard) – Downtown St. Louis
Signed as exit 249 westbound; no westbound entrance
249.840402.079292BBroadwayEastbound exit only for Express Lanes; exit number based on I-44 mileage

I-44 west to I-55 south – Tulsa, Memphis
Eastern end of Express Lanes; eastbound exit only for Express Lanes
Mississippi River250.063402.437Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge; MissouriIllinois line

I-70 east to I-55 north / I-64 east – Indianapolis
Continuation into Illinois
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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