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The HIghways and Transportation Commission has a new chair and vice chair, elected at its virtual monthly meeting on Wednesday.
After an extensive and exhaustive evaluation process, the Missouri Department of Transportation has developed a list of qualified design-build teams to compete for the contract to build a new U.S. Route 169 Buck O’Neil Bridge.
Gov. Mike Parson signed HB 1963 into law, which will ease helmet requirements for motorcyclists over the age of 26, among other changes to transportation.
Missouri will use its grant to explore new ways to address impaired driving through a partnership with the Missouri Safety Center, which will include examining new and successful programs employed by other states.
"Evidence confirming the effectiveness of all-rider helmet laws is abundant as is the damage resulting from the absence of this law."
The free market is ready and willing to transition to alternative fuel sources but can only do so if they can fairly compete in the marketplace.
Rex Tennyson, the operations manager for a small motorcoach company in Rolla, was just gearing up for the busy season when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
The Missouri Department of Transportation extended the timeframe for trucks to be able to carry heavier loads on the state’s interstates and highways.