Round Two: MoDOT Mowing Roadsides in Mid-Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY –Missouri Department of Transportation crews have begun mowing major routes in central Missouri for the second time. Major routes include Interstates 70 and 44 and U.S. Routes 63, 54 and 50. more
Business 54 Signs Going Up Today in Osage Beach
Motorists in the Osage Beach area will notice new highway signs going up along Route 54 through Osage Beach beginning today. The new signs designate the Osage Beach Parkway as Business 54. More
Public Invited to Visit New MoDOT Office
The public is invited to visit MoDOT's new project office at 17855 Route 8 in St. James. The open house will run from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, June 25. Refreshments will be served. MoDOT’s seven-foot tall work zone mascot, Barrel Bob, will greet visitors at the office, and attendees can have their photo taken with Barrel Bob’s younger self, Baby Bob. In addition, several pieces of the equipment MoDOT uses to maintain the area’s roads and bridges will be on display, along with MoDOT staff to explain how the machinery works. More
Speed Limit to be Lowered on Route 63 in Maries County
The speed limit on U.S. Route 63 south of Vienna will be reduced from 65 mph to 60 mph on Wednesday, June 19 as the result of a comprehensive speed and traffic study conducted in that area. MoDOT will lower the speed limit to 60 mph from the south Vienna city limits to one mile south of the Route 28 junction. More
MoDOT Receives Funds for Innovative Safety Projects
MoDOT has a received a federal grant to try an innovative pavement treatment that will help keep motorists safer on Missouri highways. The $150,000 grant will allow the department to test a pavement application on curves and intersections that provides more traction for vehicles.
MoDOT will use the innovative safety tool – called High Friction Surface Treatment - on Routes 54 and 179 in Jefferson City. Depending on the results and how far the money stretches, the agency may also treat two sites on Interstate 44 near Rolla. More
2013 Highway Construction and Maintenance Schedule Available
To help motorists navigate the work taking place in mid-Missouri this construction season, MoDOT’s Central District has compiled a list of scheduled maintenance and construction projects. The list, which is broken down by county, notes whether the work will take place during the day or at night and when the project will be finished. More
Roadway Maintenance is Focus of Five-Year Transportation Program
The state’s proposed five-year transportation improvement program, which was presented to the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission today, contains only one major highway project for central Missouri in the coming years. Click here for the complete story.
Draft Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, 2014-2018
Move Over for Work Zones. Don't Zone Out.
It's that time of year. Work zones will be popping up on roads throughout central Missouri. MoDOTispartnering with the traveling public and law enforcement agencies to make sure everyone gets home safely. Click here for more information.
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