The Missouri Department of Transportation has updated its website - http://www.modot.org/ - to reflect its new organizational structure, which includes consolidating its former 10 regional districts into seven.
If you are a frequent visitor to the site, a Facebook fan, Twitter follower, YouTube viewer or use the department's e-update system to get information on road conditions, projects and other happenings, the department is urging you to update your bookmarks and e-update preferences.
E-update, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube followers will want to make sure they are receiving transportation information for all of the counties in which they have an interest. You can subscribe to e-updates and change your preferences by visiting www.modot.org/eupdate. Find MoDOT's social media sites at one convenient location - www.modot.org/emodot.
In addition, the map in the upper right hand corner of the site has been updated to lead to the seven districts' new websites, which provide project information by region and county. The counties included in all but one district - St. Louis - have changed slightly, so it's possible the counties in which you live, work or travel are located under a new district designation. A list of counties under each district can be found at http://www.modot.org/bolderfiveyeardirection/.
If you have questions or need more information, please call MoDOT's toll-free customer service line at (888) ASK-MoDOT or (888) 275-6636.