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?
Saturday’s death of one-year-old Parker Mantia in a car crash near Hawk Point has friends of his family seeking change.
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.
The Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge in St. Louis has been selected as one of 10 national finalists in the 2014 America’s Transportation Awards competition.
It’s time for Lou Fest in St. Louis. Event Creator Brian Cohen joined TIAM Saturday to discuss all of the festivities this year in Forest Park. Deanna Venken of MoDOT joined TIAM Saturday to discuss the I-64 eastbound shutdown in Downtown St. Louis this weekend, and what travelers need to know when coming towards the city.
The $18 million project included the replacement of bridges at Taylor, Newstead, Tower Grove and Boyle, plus construction of a new intersection at Tower Grove and Boyle.
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.
IDOT officials are pushing back plans to work on the Martin Luther King Bridge for an entire year.