Improve I-70

Missouri’s FY2024 budget from the General Assembly and supported by Governor Parson provides General Revenue for the costs to plan, design, construct, reconstruct, rehabilitate and repair three lanes in each direction on approximately 200 miles of Interstate 70, from Blue Springs to Wentzville.

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2023 High Priority Unfunded Needs

The High Priority Unfunded Needs list provides direction for future years’ STIP development. The collaboration across the state is critical to get future needs in the right tier of prioritization so MoDOT is ready to respond as federal and state transportation funding becomes available.

2022 MoDOT Annual Report

How does transportation funding work? What is your investment in Missouri’s roads? What are our goals for Missouri’s high-priority transportation needs?

Buckle Up Phone Down

Accept the challenge and take the pledge to buckle up every time you get in a vehicle, and if you’re driving, put the phone down.

Work With Us

More buffer truck crashes than ever before… 17 work zone fatalities… This is how Missouri will remember its 2021 construction season. And that’s why MoDOT is pleading with drivers to help turn the tide in 2022. Motorists are urged to make smart, safe driving choices behind the wheel as part of National Work Zone Awareness Week, April 11-15. 

Report a Road Concern

If you know of a highway or section of road that needs work, let us know! Maintenance crews throughout Missouri are committed to repairing potholes with asphalt as quickly as possible after it’s reported. MoDOT will aggressively respond and patch potholes to keep state highways smooth and safe for Missouri motorists.

Missouri Infrastructure Investment – Focus on Bridges | Rural Roads Programs

Governor Mike Parson recognized the need for additional funding for infrastructure projects in our state.  Over the last several years, $200 million of General Revenue was made available for Missouri’s low volume rural roads.  Governor Parson also saw the need to replace hundreds of our state’s worst bridges and included $350 million for the Focus ...

Fight Human Trafficking

MoDOT has joined with other state DOTs and the U.S. Department of Transportation to help fight human trafficking.  Human trafficking is a modern-day form of slavery. At its core, it involves the exchanges of goods for services using force, fraud or coercion. Victims are forced into labor or commercial sexual exploitation.

Statewide News

  • Missouri schools invited to participate in No MOre Trash! contest


    JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Department of Transportation invites Missouri students in grades K-12 to help fight litter in Missouri – and to have creative and educational fun – by participating in the 2024 “Yes You CAN Make Missouri Litter-Free”...

  • First Winter Precipitation Forecast for Holiday Weekend


    JEFFERSON CITY – This season’s first winter precipitation forecast predicts a light snow mix late Saturday into Sunday, and the Missouri Department of Transportation is urging holiday travelers to plan ahead. The National Weather Service predicts a...

Missouri State Highway Fatalities
2023 Year to Date
2022 Year to Date
5% Decrease as of 11/30 (YTD)
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Partner with MoDOT

When we partner to build or enhance transportation infrastructure, we do so because we have shared purpose: to build the best and most cost effective project we can, when you need it.

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Highways and Transportation Commission

The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission is a six-member board that governs the Missouri Department of Transportation.

Being Green at MoDOT

Alternative fuels - recycling - environmental studies. The idea of taking care of what we have has always been at the core of MoDOT's environmental philosophy.

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program

The overall goal of the program is to provide opportunities to participate in the economic benefits of highway construction to small businesses owned and operated by disadvantaged individuals.

Engineering Policy Guide

MoDOT has made great strides to build a good transportation system and increase taxpayers' trust in its ability to deliver what was promised. Innovative concepts, such as Practical Design and design-b...

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Citizen's Guide to Transportation Funding

In an effort to educate and inform Missourians on the current status and future direction of their transportation system, the Citizen’s Guide to Transportation Funding takes the complex issues of the ...

Work Zone Safety

Any time highway workers are present on a Missouri roadway – whether it’s a long term lane closure, a moving operation, or shoulder work – your safety and the safety of those workers depends on driver...

Tracker: Performance Measures

MoDOT’s Tracker is a tool to assess how well we deliver services and products to our customers. Much like a GPS tracking system, this tool can only show the direction in which the department is headed...

Proposed Rules

Proposed Rule reports and Executive Order summaries.