Kingsland/Delmar intersection closing June 6 for four weeks

See the map for details. 

ST. LOUIS, MO – The intersection of Delmar and Kingsland will close June 6th for four weeks, as workers install the Loop Trolley west end terminus and track switch. The intersection is expected to reopen by the July 4th weekend.

The detour for westbound Delmar traffic:

Leland north
Loop N west
Kingsland north
Vernon west
Midland south

The detour for eastbound Delmar traffic:

Trinity south
Washington east
Kingsland north
Loop S east
Leland or Melville north

As always, access to the Delmar Loop shopping, restaurant and entertainment district remains open –

Delmar/Des Peres to reopen by Friday
Left turns will resume by this Friday at the Delmar/Des Peres intersection.

Kingsland/Delmar utility work begins May 31
Beginning May 31, Missouri American Water will install new water valves at the Kingsland/Delmar intersection. Parking lanes on both sides of Delmar west of Kingsland will be used for west and eastbound traffic and the center lanes (normal driving lanes) will be closed. Work will be complete in one week.

Brief Parking Closures in Delmar Loop
Workers will be installing the overhead suspension system for the trolley electrical conductor lines along Delmar in the coming weeks. Street parking spaces in the Delmar Loop business district will be out of service for very short periods — less than a day — as workers string cable across Delmar.

The Loop Trolley is a 2.2-mile fixed-track vintage electric trolley system currently under construction linking University City and Forest Park, with a turnaround at the Missouri History Museum. Owned by the Loop Trolley Transportation Development District, the Loop Trolley promotes connectivity, environmentally friendly transportation and pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods to enhance quality of life, increase tourism and spur economic development. The Loop Trolley will be an environmentally positive attraction, a prototype for connecting other areas in St. Louis through clean electric transit, and a source of pride for the metropolitan area. For details and construction updates, visit, or Email or call (314) 696-2147. For weekly updates, join our email list at
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