"While every Missourian deserves a safe drive, bike ride, walk, or roll, the data shows that far too many are not reaching their destinations safely."
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Kansas City plans to bolster its EV infrastructure with chargers built into light poles along its streets.
The replacement of the Rocheport bridge is set to begin in the coming weeks, kicking off a project that has been in the works for years.
As electric vehicles gain popularity across the nation’s roadways, Missouri’s electric cooperatives want to expand the state's network.
"Public transit is a critical component of Missouri’s integrated transportation system — whether residents choose to ride it or not."
U.S. Senator Roy Blunt voted in favor of the bill, touting the potential benefits for the state’s roads, bridges, and information highway.
AFP-MO abandoned its effort to place the motor fuel tax increase on the ballot in 2022 but still plans to fight the hike next session.
"Support for infrastructure legislation that makes transit investment a priority is imperative."
Electrify Missouri's Irl Scissors and Missouri Auto Dealers Association's Doug Smith to discuss the state of electric vehicles in Missouri.