Missouri Department of Transportation

Wrongful Death Suits Filed in Fatal Crash for Woman, GirlsThe lawsuit alleges that MoDOT was negligent in failing to install a cable barrier along U.S. 61 where a woman and her two daughters were killed.
Increased Enforcement Planned on Highway 61 Near St. CharlesAn accident last week in that area killed a mother and her two children.
MoDOT Wants Public Comment on Gravois Avenue ProjectBesides road resurfacing and upgrading traffic signals and lighting, MoDOT engineer Michelle Vogel says the plan calls for traffic lane reductions.
Latest: Flooding Shuts Down Major STL InterstatesAn aggressive sandbagging operation had been underway to keep the lanes open.
UPDATED: I-70 EB in St. Charles County ReopenedMoDOT says creek water flowed onto roadway Sunday.
MoDOT Announces New Director From New HampshirePatrick McKenna will serve as MoDOT's Director beginning December 7, previously serving as the Deputy Commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Transportation.
Fire Puts MoDOT's 'Barrel Bob' Out of CommissionBarrel Bob hasn’t been kidnapped (which has happened before), but it appears he may have been victimized by an act of early Halloween villany.
57 'Structurally Deficient' Bridges in St. Louis Still Open"They are still what we would consider safe," says MoDOT engineer Joe Molinaro.
Work on I-270 Bridges Will Cause 'Substantial Backups'Bridges over New Florissant and New Halls Ferry are "structurally deficient."
New Bridge in Suburban St. Louis Opens MondayThe new span of the Daniel Boone Bridge will carry eastbound traffic over the Missouri River from St. Charles County into St. Louis County on Interstate 64.
Northbound Interstate 55 Closure Friday, Weather PermittingAndrew Gates, of the Missouri Department of Transportation, says crews will close all lanes of northbound Interstate 55 from Gravois Avenue to the Poplar Street Bridge, but not until 8 p.m.
Missouri Lawmakers Struggle to Find Transportation FundingSome Missouri lawmakers are rallying around a proposal to raise the gas tax by 2 cents to help forestall a transportation funding shortfall.

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