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Connecting with Missouri Traveler Information

The Missouri Department of Transportation helps you keep up with road conditions, traffic alerts and other travel issues with a variety of mobile and online tools.

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Traveler Information Map

Online and mobile versions of the Traveler Information Map show snow and ice covered roadways, work zone impacts, traffic movements, incident alerts, flooding, traffic cameras and other features that help travelers plan and react to constantly changing road conditions.

One of the main features of the map and apps are the color-coded road conditions that let you know what lies on the road ahead. Conditions include clear, mostly clear, partly covered, covered and closed. Armed with this information, travelers can adjust their plans and timelines before ever leaving the safety of their driveways.

Mobile versions of the Traveler Information Map are available in the Apple Store and Google Play.

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eUpdate is a subscription-based email service that sends travel and work zone information directly to your inbox. You can select the kind of information you want by district, county or route.  Want to know the progress of a certain project in your county? Or how about if there’s a crash blocking an interstate? Subscribe to eUpdates!

The service also allows subscribers to receive emergency text alerts for road and bridge closures.

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Customer Service

When we say 24/7/365, we mean it. 

Want to talk to a human being?  You can do that with MoDOT.  Our customer service centers are staffed around the clock to answer any transportation-related questions you might have.  Have a question about a route not shown on the Traveler Information Map? Give a call at 1-888-Ask MoDOT (888-275-6636).

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Message Boards

Already on the road? MoDOT has message boards along interstates and major routes that will give you a heads up if something’s waiting for you down the road, such as scheduled work zones, incidents affecting traffic, road condition alerts and even Amber Alerts.  If there are no major incidents or delays, the boards display whimsical safety reminders to keep you smiling no matter what the situation. 

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