A view of the newly completed Chouteau Parkway heading north shows the widened road with a median and other landscaping. State and city officials expect the parkway's increased capacity to decrease travel times and rest easier on the eyes.
A view of the newly completed Chouteau Parkway heading north shows the widened road with a median and other landscaping. State and city officials expect the parkway's increased capacity to decrease travel times and rest easier on the eyes. JERRY LAMARTINA Special to The Star
A view of the newly completed Chouteau Parkway heading north shows the widened road with a median and other landscaping. State and city officials expect the parkway's increased capacity to decrease travel times and rest easier on the eyes. JERRY LAMARTINA Special to The Star

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