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Work Zone Awareness
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Every spring, the Missouri Department of Transportation starts preparing for the summer season of roadwork across the state. Part of that preparation includes the observance of National Work Zone Awareness Week, which is April 7-11.

Highway workers spend their days working a short distance from fast-moving vehicles. They make every effort to work safely, but they count on motorists to pay attention, slow down, and use caution when driving through work zones.

In 2012, Governor Jay Nixon and the Missouri General Assembly added MoDOT vehicles to the “Move Over” law, which protects law enforcement and emergency response vehicles parked on the side of the road. This law requires motorists to slow down or change lanes when approaching these vehicles and now includes MoDOT vehicles parked with amber and white lights flashing.

“The law is simple: If you see flashing lights on the side of the road, move over to give workers and emergency personnel plenty of room to stay safe,” said MoDOT Chief Engineer Ed Hassinger. “If you can’t move over on a crowded highway, you should slow down as you pass them.  We want you and our workers to make it home safe every day.”

 
 

 

 

Flashing Yellow Arrow Signals

MoDOT installed the first flashing yellow arrow turn signal in Northwest Missouri at the intersection of Hornet Drive and Route 190 in Chillicothe. Learn more about how to safely navigate through a flashing yellow arrow turn signal by clicking on the picture to the right.

Flashing Yellow Arrow illustration
 
 

 

Project Information Pages

 
Below are links to learn more about upcoming projects in your area and comment about these projects.
 

Buchanan County Sidewalk Project

North Belt Highway

Project bid process delayed. We will post updates here, as soon as we have them.
North Belt Sidewalk Project Information Page
Andrew County U.S. Hwy 59 Project

Resurfacing COMPLETE!

Intersection Improvements - Projected start: May 2014

Andrew County US 59 Project
   

Linn County Bridge Replacement Projects

Route WW - NOW OPEN

Route B - Projected Completion: May 1

Linn County Public Meeting

Chariton County Bridge Replacement Project

Projected Completion: July 1

Chariton County Public Meeting
   
 
For more information about MoDOT and other MoDOT projects you can also call 888-ASK-MODOT (888-275-6636) or click the "Contact Us" link above. In addition, MoDOT provides updated information on Twitter @MoDOTNorthwest and Facebook @MoDOTNWDistrict.
 
 
Need a Speaker?

Lathrop Career Day

Looking for a guest speaker for your school, organization, club, business meeting or event? MoDOT offers speakers on a variety of transportation and highway safety topics. Call us at 816-387-2495 or email us and request your speaker today!

 
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Video Safe & Sound Ceremony Sgt. Jackson Memorial Highway Move Over For MoDOT, Please
Safe & Sound Video Final Safe & Sound Bridge Ceremony Sgt. Isaac Jackson Memorial Highway Move Over For MoDOT, Please
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