Interstate 64/40 is the most heavily traveled thoroughfare in the city that connects Missouri to Illinois, the downtown St. Louis area to St. Louis County, MO, and to St. Charles County, MO. Motorists will see this sign traveling Westbound.
This sign is near the headquarters of Wells Fargo Advisors, Peabody Coal, Ralcorp, AB-InBev, the Cortex Innovation Community, and the soon to be completed National Geospatial Intelligence Agency headquarters.
The St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis Blues and new Major League Soccer Team, St. Louis City all play downtown with stadiums near this structure. Other nearby attractions and cultural institutions include St. Louis Union Station & Aquarium, the Gateway Arch, and the St. Louis Foundry. Along I-64/40 is Forest Park which contains the St. Louis Zoo, Science Center, Art Museum, History Museum and The Muny. The higher education institutions of St. Louis University, Washington University, and Harris Stowe State University are all located nearby as well as SSM-St. Louis University Hospital and BJC Healthcare campuses.