MoDOT Makes Progress on Major Highway Corridors
The Missouri Department of Transportation has made significant progress in completing a number of long-awaited highway corridors this year. By the end of 2010, 96 miles of new four-lane highway will be added to the books, with the potential for 12 more miles to come online either late this year or in early 2011.
MoDOT Receives NAHBA Award of Excellence
MoDOT received the Award of Excellence for Innovations in Outdoor Advertising Control at NAHBA's 13th Annual Conference. For more information regarding NAHBA's conference or to view conference presentations, visit NAHBA's web site.
Transfer Permit Procedures
When a sign is sold, the permit must also be transferred. It is the responsibility of the permit holder to inform MoDOT of sign transfers. A transfer application and statement of intent to transfer the permit should be provided to the buyer when the sign is sold. The completed transfer application along with the statement of transfer and $10.00 transfer fee should be returned to the ODA Specialist. Outstanding permit fees must be satisfied before a transfer can be processed.
How to Locate Property Lines Along MoDOT Right of Way
MoDOT does not allow signs to be placed on or overhang onto MoDOT right of way. To determine a property line, you may request a set of plans sheets from the local district office on the MoDOT website
ODA Control Class
Mark your calendar! MoDOT will host another ODA Control Class on Wednesday, November 17th from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at the District 5 Office, 1511 Missouri Blvd., Jefferson City, Missouri 65109. Topics include MoDOT's preferred practices and procedures, an overview of the Highway Beautification Act, Missouri's Federal/State Agreement, and Missouri Rules and Regulations regarding outdoor advertising. There will also be a question and answer session. There is no fee to attend this class; however, registration is required. To register please email Jessica Sawyer.