Missouri Department of Transportation
Some Missouri lawmakers are rallying around a proposal to raise the gas tax by 2 cents to help forestall a transportation funding shortfall.
Sen. Kraus says he’s not likely to support a gas tax hike, and said his biggest concern is how the state is spending over $400 million a year paying back bonds.
Manchester Road through Ballwin, Ellisville and Wildwood is getting an extreme makeover, and the Missouri Department of Transportation begins work Monday.
Transforming the Missouri Department of Transportation headquarters into a space for legislative and executive branch employees is among the projects that could be funded with new bond revenue.
At 8 p.m. Friday, crews will shut down the depressed section of Interstate 44 and I-44 and Interstate 55 ramps to the Poplar Street Bridge so they can tear down the Memorial Drive ramp.
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Missouri asked for a study after it was charged in some lawsuits around the country claiming a newer version of the guardrail doesn’t absorb as much impact.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.