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MoDOT 2020 Annual Report now available
The 2020 Report to the Joint Committee on Transportation Oversight, also known as MoDOT’s Annual Report, was completed and delivered to the Governor, Lieutenant Governor and the Joint Committee on Transportation Oversight on December 17.

The annual report consists of five documents:
  • The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
  • The Citizen's Guide to Transportation Funding in Missouri
  • The Financial Snapshot
  • The MoDOT Results document
  • The Year in Review

Some highlights of this year’s report include MoDOT’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and department successes in delivering cost savings, safety initiatives and quality service to the citizens of Missouri.

It also looks at the growth of the Buckle Up Phone Down program, the many grants MoDOT received last year, the progress of Governor Parson’s Focus on Bridges program and a variety of other accomplishments.

The Annual Report and all its components are available online here:
Missouri reaches major infrastructure milestone
In just over one year, 100 of the state's poorest bridges have been replaced or rehabilitated through Gov. Mike Parson's "Focus on Bridges" program. On Dec. 18, the 100th bridge opened in Livingston County on Route 190 over the Thompson River. Learn more.
MoDOT's plowing priorities
  • Priority 1 (Continuous Operations): All interstates and higher volume highways.
  • Priority 2 (Non-Continuous Operations): Lower-volume state numbered or lettered routes.
  • Priority 3: Post-storm clean up. Learn more.
Today in transportation history
Dec. 31, 1938 - On the eve of a new year, the maiden flight of the Boeing 307 Stratoliner took place from Boeing Field in Seattle. As the first commercial airplane to enter service with a pressurized cabin, the Model 307 was able to cruise above many weather disturbances. Photo by Wikipedia.
Fatality update
Statewide fatality totals as reported on the Missouri State Highway Patrol website as of Dec. 27, 2020
2020 totals - 960 / 2017 totals - 920
2019 totals - 874 / 2016 totals - 939
2018 totals - 913 / 2015 totals - 866

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 13,789 who have taken the pledge so far.

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