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MoDOT Explains Federal Law on Disadvantaged Business Enterprises

MoDOT recently issued an explanation of federal laws applying to the award of transportation projects to minority- and women-owned businesses. Laws

New State Highway Map Available

The latest edition of the state highway map is hot off the press and available to the public at no charge. You can order your map today: Request A Map.

Head of U.S. DOT Praises Missouri's Use of Stimulus Funds

"Missouri has done a terrific job of using recovery funds to invest in good transportation projects across its cities, suburbs, and rural communities," said U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood in comments posted to his blog site, Fast Lane, following a recent visit to St. Louis.  Praise


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Boost and Buckle Your Kids

Parents and Caregivers Should Get Their Child Safety Seats Inspected

Child Passenger Safety Week is Sept. 12 - 19 and parents and caregivers should get their child safety seats inspected if possible. Boost and Buckle. Arrive Alive. CPS

Now it’s Illegal to Txt & Drv

A new Missouri law prohibits drivers 21 years of age or younger from sending, reading, or writing an electronic message while driving. Texting

Missouri High School Students Challenged to Buckle Up!

Seat Belt Campaign Aims to Save Lives

Calling all Missouri high school students to compete in the 2009 Battle of the Belt Challenge for an opportunity to win cash and prizes for your school while educating young drivers about safety belt use. Battle

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Safe and Sound Bridges in Missouri

MoDOT’s Safe & Sound Bridge Improvement Program is a two-phase program to improve 802 of the state’s lowest-rated bridges by Oct. 31, 2014. This web page features the latest progress and news, photos of completed bridges and an online map where you can check out the latest construction. Safe&Sound

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