Missouri Department of Transportation
Missouri Department of Transportation crews are firing up their snowplows today, but there’s no need to panic.
Since voters passed up on a chance to add more money to its coffers, the Missouri Department of Transportation says it’s living on borrowed time and dwindling finances.
A routine bridge inspection along Interstate 64 yesterday turned up something disturbing – cracks in the support beams holding up soundwalls.
Missouri asked for a study after it was charged in some lawsuits around the country claiming a newer version of the guardrail doesn’t absorb as much impact.
The Page Avenue extension comes a big step closer to completion this weekend as the Missouri Department of Transportation opens the stretch between Interstate 64 and Highway K.
It’s no secret that hazardous crude oil is being shipped on trains that run through Missouri, but are the tracks those trains are running on safe?
Is Missouri missing out on potential funding sources for road improvements? That was one of the questions before a panel that gathered at Show-Me Institute headquarters in St. Louis on Tuesday morning.
Cities and towns short on extra cash could get state help to improve street safety and other infrastructure issues.
A bid to provide the Missouri Department of Transportation with millions of extra dollars per year went down in flames Tuesday with the failure of Amendment 7.
Some questions regarding electronic signs in support of Amendment Seven are going up along area highways.