About the MidMO ADA Project
The Mid-Missouri ADA Project has been cancelled as of December 5th, 2021, due to the withdrawal of one of the two shortlisted teams competing for the final contract. In accordance with Missouri Statute, the Missouri Department of Transportation must receive a minimum of two responsive proposals in order to award the project. Since we are certain that receiving two proposals is not a possibility, this project, as a whole, has been cancelled.
It remains a priority to bring these locations into ADA compliance and complete the current ADA Transition plan. Plans for future improvements will be announced through news releases, social media and this website.
The purpose of the Central Missouri ADA Design Build project is to complete the current ADA Transition plan in the Central and Northwest Districts and bring the remaining locations into ADA compliance.
This will be a design-build project. Design-build is a delivery method that includes hiring one contracting team to complete the design and construction work under one contract. MoDOT provides the project goals, budget and schedule, and the contractor team conducts the work. This technique has been known to significantly save time and money. For more information about design-build or to see other similar project across the state, visit modot.org/design-build-information.
Below you will find more information on the funding and timeline for the bridge replacement, as well updates on the project’s progress.
- Deliver the project within the program budget of $23.1 million
- Bring designated pedestrian facilities into ADA compliance
- Use innovation to maximize improvements that provide long-lasting and safe pedestrian facilities
- Safely deliver a project that minimizes and mitigates construction impacts through construction staging and communication efforts
- Complete the project no later than December 1, 2024
For more information, please email the MidMo ADA team at MidMOADA@modot.mo.gov or call Project Director Chris Brownell at 573-526-4477.
Project News & Updates
JEFFERSON CITY - Following an extensive evaluation process, two qualified teams have been selected to compete for the contract to design and construct Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) improvements along state roadways in central Missouri.