Building a Prosperous Economy for all Missourians - Ch. 7

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Economic Return from Transportation Investment -7a

Investment in transportation improvements has long been held as a major economic engine that drives growth in job creation, personal income and new value added to Missouri’s economy.

3rd Quarter 2020
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Route 60/65 Guardrail Project

Percent of Economic Development Funds Commited to Projects -7b

The Cost Share Program builds partnerships with local entities to pool efforts and resources to deliver state highway and bridge projects.

3rd Quarter 2020
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Percent of Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Participation on Construction and Engineering Projects -7c

Contractors, subcontractors and suppliers working on construction projects that receive federal aid or federal financial participation are required to take reasonable steps to ensure disadvantaged business enterprises have an opportunity to compete and participate in project contracts and subcontracts.

3rd Quarter 2020
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a unity through diversity handbook and pen

Expenditures Made to Certified Minority, Women and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises -7d

Ensuring MoDOT spending is reflected in all Missouri communities helps to advance economic development for all business enterprises.

3rd Quarter 2020
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diverse workers working on road

Percent of Minorities and Women Employed -7e

By placing the right people in the right positions, MoDOT can better serve its customers and help fulfill its responsibilities to taxpayers.

3rd Quarter 2020