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MoDOT: 'In No Way Involved' in Amendment Seven Campaigning

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Some questions are being raised over electronic signs in support of Amendment Seven that are going up along area highways.

The amendment calls for a $.75 sales tax increase to help fund transportation projects and will be on the Aug. 220 more words

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I-44 Section to Close This Weekend

ST. LOUIS (AP) - A section of Interstate 44 in St. Louis will be closed in both directions this weekend for work that is part of the project to renovate the area around the Gateway Arch. 184 more words

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Mo. Updates Project List for Transportation Tax

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri officials have added money for streetcars in Kansas City and more highway projects around the state as part of a revised project list that would be funded if voters approve a three-quarters cent sales tax next month. 436 more words

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Missouri Agency Targets Distracted Driving

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Missouri insurance department is mounting a campaign against distracted driving.

The agency says that its “Mo Eyes on the Road” campaign will target parents and teenagers through social media, online and printed information and public service announcements. 144 more words

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Construction & Lane Closures for 4th Of July Weekend

Information from the Missouri Department of Transportation:

The Missouri Department of Transportation is restricting construction work on interstates and state highways during the July 4 holiday weekend.  619 more words

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MoDOT Reopening Ramp From Route 100 to Route 109 Early

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – The Missouri Department of Transportation will reopen the ramp from westbound Route 100 to Route 109 after morning rush today.

Drivers should be aware that traffic to the north will be shifted after the ramp reopens so crews can continue to work on the roundabout between Route 100 and Route 109. 117 more words

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Missouri to Create Transportation Tax Project List

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - State transportation officials plan to release a list of projects by June 13 that could be funded if Missouri voters approve a sales tax increase. 182 more words

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