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MoDOT COVID-19 briefing
To keep Missourians better informed on transportation and how MoDOT is operating in light of the coronavirus pandemic, visit MoDOT's website - COVID-19 briefing.

All Missouri interstates, roads and bridges remain open to travel, allowing critical supplies to get where they are needed.

MoDOT’s customer service call centers are open around the clock at 1-888-ASK-MODOT.
Information on road conditions and maintenance projects can be found by using our traveler information map at traveler.modot.org or on the free mobile app.
Highway safety even more important now
In these trying times of the coronavirus pandemic, the emergency room is the last place you want to find yourself. That’s why now, more than ever, it’s vitally important to drive safely and obey the rules of the road. MoDOT and law enforcement are seeing an increase in speeding due to lower traffic volumes as a result of COVID-19.  Read more.
Good advice from Miss Missouri
Miss Missouri 2019 Simone Esters has some good advice when it comes to staying healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Stay calm. Stay informed. And stay  Show-Me StrongClick here or on the image to watch.
MoDOT supports SEMA and first responders
MoDOT employees are supporting Missouri's State Emergency Management Agency in its efforts to provide personal protective equipment to the state’s responders. MoDOT is using its facilities to receive, inventory and fill resource requests from responders.
I-270 project begins in St. Louis
Construction on the I-270 North Design-build project will begin on April 20 in St. Louis. The project runs from James S. McDonnell Boulevard to Bellefontaine Road and will update and replace aging pavement and bridges.   Read more.
New interchange at Lake Ozark
In February, work to build a new interchange at the intersection of U.S. 54 and Business Route 54/Osage Hills Road in Lake Ozark began. The new interchange will replace the existing signaled intersection to increase traffic safety and improve traffic flow. Read more.

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 13,124 who have taken the pledge so far.
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