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Message BoardMoDOT Signs to Report Roadway Fatality Numbers

Dynamic message signs will provide weekly updates of Missouri fatalities

Motorists traveling across Missouri rely on MoDOT's electronic roadside message signs to provide important highway information. Now, a new type of safety message will appear. The boards will report the number of people who died on Missouri roads so far this year, and the percentage of those people who were unbelted. New Message

Traffic Will Increase as School Starts

Motorists advised to drive with caution

Be on the lookout for those big yellow school buses as classes begin all across the state in mid-August.  Drivers are also urged to be ready for increased student and parent traffic. Back to School

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Off the road news

Getting to Know MoDOT

Meetings slated for disadvantaged businesses

If a picture speaks a thousand words, a face-to-face meeting may be worth millions.  MoDOT will host two regional meetings in the coming weeks to help disadvantage businesses and MoDOT staff gets to know each other better. Mixers

eTickets Now Accepted on Every Amtrak Train

Passengers can skip the line and print eTickets whenever, wherever
Amtrak has launched its eTicket program to all trains within its national network including on the Northeast Corridor, state-supported routes and long-distance services. e-tickets

Safer Roads

Drive SoberMotorists Are Reminded to Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

Missouri law enforcement to participate in national campaign

The new substance-impaired driving message is clear and simple: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.  Approximately 240 Missouri state and local law enforcement agencies will participate in the national effort to deter substance-impaired driving by conducting statewide sobriety checkpoints and DWI saturation patrols Aug. 17 through Sept. 3. Drive Sober

Have you seen this?

I'd Like to Buy a Vowel

Have you ever noticed that there is no Route Q in Missouri? Nor is there a Route G or Route S. While it may seem like someone spilled their alphabet soup on a Missouri roadmap, the truth is that some letters are never used to name roads. Lettered Routes

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