U.S. Secretary of Transportation to Speak at Missouri Conference
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Mary E. Peters will be the keynote speaker at Missouri’s premier transportation conference Feb. 15 at the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Jefferson City. Secretary Peters will address the group during the conference luncheon. Conference topics include innovative transportation solutions, legislation and funding issues. More details about the conference, sponsored by the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Missouri Department of Transportation and the Missouri Farm Bureau Federation, are included in the attached brochure. Conference
It's "Go Time" for Interstate 29/35 Connections Project
MoDOT now has the go-ahead from the Federal Highway Administration to aggressively proceed with Interstate 29/35 highway improvements and a new landmark Missouri River crossing. A Web site offers information about the project at http://www.kcicon.org/. See the rest of the story at 29/35 Project.
2007 Construction Schedule Announced for I-64
Work is about to begin on the reconstruction of Interstate 64. Gateway Constructors is announcing the construction schedule for 2007. Gateway Constructors is the contractor hired by MoDOT to rebuild 10 miles of I-64 and connect the freeway to Interstate 170. I-64 Project
Program Helps Disadvantaged Businesses
The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program is a federally mandated program to provide opportunities for small businesses owned and operated by disadvantaged individuals to participate in the economic benefits of highway construction. Find out more about the program including at their new Web site. DBE
MoDOT Transportation Experts Are Only a Click Away
Does your organization need an expert to talk about transportation issues? Are you looking for a speaker to answer questions about a highway or bridge project? If so, you’re just a mouse click away from the right person. Experts
Boost and Buckle ~ Arrive Alive
Help your child become whatever they want to be. Keep them alive. That will be the key message to Missourians reminding them to do just that during Child Passenger Safety Week Feb. 11-18. Boost and Buckle
Retirement System Receives Awards
The Missouri Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol Employees' Retirement System (MPERS) has received two national awards recognizing its sound financial leadership and strict adherence to accounting principles. MPERS Awards
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