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Move Over Law

Highway Workers Now Protected Under 'Move Over' Law

For MoDOT employees who spend their days on state highways, work just got a little safer. Governor Jay Nixon signed Senate Bill 611 into law, which expands the 2002 "Slow Down and Move Over" law that protects law enforcement and emergency response vehicles parked on the side of the road. Move Over

MoDOT Employee 'Thank You' Testimonials

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Southwest District

Transportation Bill Signed Into Law

President Obama signed into law Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century, known as MAP-21, a new $105 billion surface transportation bill that runs through the end of fiscal year 2014. MoDOT's internal reauthorization steering committee is currently in the process of determining the impact of the bill to the state of Missouri. A formal analysis should be completed within the next couple of weeks. Reauthorization

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Two MoDOT Projects Cited as Best in Mid-America

MoDOT won top honors in the Mid America Regional "America's Transportation Awards" competition for two projects that were completed ahead of schedule and under budget. Award

KCIcon Bond Bridge July 4th Celebration  

Safer Roads

Walsh-Alberici Team Selected to Build I-64 MO River Bridge

Project Scheduled for Completion by late 2015

The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission selected the Walsh-Alberici Team to be the Design-Build contractor for the Interstate 64 Daniel Boone Bridge over the Missouri River. Bridge

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In Memory Of

Every class has its own crash story.  Whether it’s someone killed during high school or after, they will always be remembered as your classmate. It was accepted as something that just happened and took the lives of young and old every day. It still robs lives, but we now know that, in most cases, it can be prevented. Buckle Up

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