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Aug

MoDOT develops instruments to offer data on five-year highway and bridge program

The Missouri Division of Transportation (MoDOT) introduced that it has created the “Missouri Highway and Bridge Program” to higher talk how highway and bridge revenues will probably be invested within the state’s infrastructure over the following 5 years.

The brand new doc is an abbreviated type of the Statewide Transportation Enchancment Program (STIP) that was permitted by the Missouri Highways and Transportation Fee in July. It’s accompanied by a brand new interactive map that shows undertaking data in a visible format by location.

“The STIP is a federally required planning doc with content material outlined by federal rules,” stated Transportation Planning Director Machelle Watkins in a press launch. “Whereas federal rules specify it’s a public doc, it comprises a considerable amount of advanced data that isn’t at all times simple to know for our clients and planning companions. The Missouri Highway and Bridge Program presents simplified highway and bridge undertaking data in an easy-to-read format in an effort to extra successfully talk with companions, legislators, and the general public.”

The map permits guests to click on on initiatives in areas statewide to get extra details about deliberate work in these areas.

The Missouri Highway and Bridge Program, in addition to the whole STIP and the interactive map, will be discovered on the MoDOT web site.