Buckle Up Phone Down Day

The governor has proclaimed Friday, Oct. 19, Buckle up Phone Down Day in Missouri. The challenge is simple: when you get into any vehicle, buckle up your safety belt. If you are a driver, put the cellphone down. Stand up, accept the challenge and pass it on!

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  • Accept the Challenge - Pass It On

    10/15/2018

    JEFFERSON CITY – Governor Mike Parson has proclaimed Oct. 19 BUPD Day in Missouri, and once again the Missouri Department of Transportation is throwing down its challenge for Missourians to buckle up and put their cellphones down. Friday, October 19,...

  • MoDOT to close eastbound I-64 at Jefferson this weekend

    10/09/2018

    ST. LOUIS – People heading into downtown St. Louis or Illinois this weekend should consider using I-70 or I-255/I-270, using rideshare or carpooling or taking Metro while the Missouri Department of Transportation closes eastbound I-64 between...

Missouri State Highway Fatalities
2018
737
2017
724
1% Increase as of 10/18
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