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MoDOT Set to Open First-in-Nation Recovery Act Project

The Missouri Department of Transportation will officially open the nation's first economic recovery act project - the Osage River Bridge at Tuscumbia - on Aug. 16.  First-in-Nation

Newly Repaired or Replaced Bridge Opening Every 2.5 Days

Now deep into its second summer, the Safe & Sound Bridge Improvement Program is rapidly improving Missouri's bridges.  In the last 15 months, 192 bridges have been repaired or replaced, with a new bridge being opened every two-and-a-half days. Safe and Sound

MoDOT Offers Fairgoers Chance to Be Part of History

With a newly repaired or replaced state bridge opening every 2.5 days, MoDOT is offering visitors to the Missouri State Fair a chance to be a part of the historic progress taking place.  Fairgoers

Growth of Amtrak Missouri River Runner Is on the Fast Track

Ridership for Amtrak Missouri River Runner trains grew by 25.7 percent for the month of July over the same period last year.  The 22,039 customers riding in July came close to setting a record high for the passenger rail service between St. Louis and Kansas City.  Missouri River Runner

Suelthaus Sworn in as Highways and Transportation Commissioner

St. Louis attorney Kenneth H. Suelthaus was sworn in July 30 as the newest member of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission.  Suelthaus

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New DWI Law Sobering for Drunk Drivers

New Missouri DWI legislation will crack down on drunk drivers and make Missouri roads safer.  Law enforcement will crack down on drunk drivers Aug. 20-Sept. 6.  Law

MoDOT, Children's Trust Fund Team Up to Help Protect Children

MODOT and the Children's Trust Fund have joined forces to remind parents and caregivers that children should never be left alone in a car - not even for a minute. Not Even for a Minute


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I-49 Coming to Missouri

The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission has approved a project that will upgrade Highway 71 between Kansas City and Joplin to interstate standards by the end of 2012.  I-49

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