MCT Trails Closures and Construction

construction
The MCT Nickel Plate Trail is impacted by the installation of buried gas mains. Work begins on the east side of IL 157 and ends on the west side of Old Meridian Road in Glen Carbon. The trail will need to be closed temporarily when Ameren installs gas pipes along the trail. Otherwise the trail will be open. For your safety, please avoid this location when barricades are placed across the trail.
construction
The MCT Schoolhouse Trail will be closed for brush and tree clearing along the Maryville sanitary sewer that runs parallel to the trail. The closure will only be during working hours (7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.) beginning Wednesday March 4th. The trail will be closed in sections from Keebler Avenue to Fred Winter Park. For your safety, please avoid this location when barricades are placed across the trail.
construction
The MCT Goshen Trail parking lot will be closed beginning February 17th due to the closing of Old Troy Road from IL 162 to Bouse Road in Troy. The parking lot is located north of the of IL 162 and Old Troy Road intersection. Please use the trailhead parking lot located at the intersection of Mont Road and Old Troy Road. For your safety, please avoid the trailhead parking lot and use caution when using the trail in this area.
construction
The MCT Nature Trail is impacted by the installation of power poles and electric lines. Work begins where the Nature Trail crosses I-255 and ends at the SIUE Service Road. The trail will need to be closed when Ameren is installing power poles along the trail from Chain of Rocks Road to University Drive. Otherwise the trail will be open. For your safety, please avoid this location when barricades are placed across the trail.
construction
The MCT Goshen Trail is impacted by removal and construction of the New Poag Road Bridge over the MCT Goshen Trail located near Edwardsville. The trail will be closed during the overhead concrete and beam removal and placement of new beams. Otherwise the trail will be open. Work is scheduled to start Monday July 8, 2019. For your safety, please avoid this location when barricades are placed across the trail.
construction
The MCT Confluence Trail will CLOSE July 15, 2019 to allow for the reconstruction of the Terminal Railroad Bridge over the Mississippi River. The trail closure will be from the end of the McKinley Bridge north to the Levee Ramp off E Street in America’s Central Port, Granite City. Construction is estimated to be complete late 2021. For your safety, please avoid this area.