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Make the right choice, don't drive impaired
The traditional end of the school year looks a little different this year. Most graduation celebrations are being held virtually, and proms have been postponed until safer times. But somethings that haven’t changed are the continuing dangers of driving impaired.

We’d like to congratulate all graduates for their remarkable accomplishments, particularly during a challenging school year. When you celebrate, do so responsibly. Don’t let one careless decision to drive impaired permanently ruin such a wonderful achievement.

Law enforcement will be on the lookout for underage impaired driving June 5-14 with a high-visibility enforcement campaign. Remember, Missouri has a Zero Tolerance Law if you are under 21. Drive sober, buckle up and put the phone down.

For more information visit savemolives.com.
St. Louis I-270 North Project update
As part of MoDOT’s I-270 North Project in north St. Louis County, drivers will experience some closures. The first closure will be June 8 with the northbound Highway 67 Lindbergh Boulevard ramp to westbound I-270. For all details on the project including closures and detours, visit http://www.i270north.org .
How are we doing?
Did our work zone cause you any delay? Were the signs clear and easy to understand? We want your feedback on all the work zones you travel through this summer. You can take the quick survey here. The results will be used to evaluate work zones, look for ways to improve them and better meet customer expectations.
National Safety Month
June is National Safety Month. Over the next few weeks, the National Safety Council will provide tips, tricks and resources about how you can save lives and prevent injuries in the workplace and beyond. National Safety Month.
You don't see that every day
Last month, due to engine failure, an airplane made an emergency landing on Interstate 470 in Lee's Summit. Incredibly, the pilot was able to safely land the plane. Thankfully, no one on the plane or highway was injured.
This day in transportation history
June 4, 1963 - Six-year-old Robert Patch received a U.S. patent for a toy truck he had designed. The toy could easily be taken apart and put back together. He was the youngest person to receive a patent, and his idea became the template for many manufactured toy trucks.

Take the challenge
When you get into any vehicle, buckle up your seat belt. If you are a driver, put the cell phone down. Join the 13,184 who have taken the pledge so far.
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