Tag: Transportation

Road Closures due to flooding

| August 7, 2017

Road closures are still in effect in Johnson County according to MoDot’s website.

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Tax proposition part of special election in Carroll County

| July 31, 2017

The special election follows the arrival of a voter ID informational tour through the area.

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House Policy Development Caucus to tour Missouri seeking public input on transportation funding

| July 20, 2017

The House Policy Development Caucus hopes to talk with Missourians from all walks of life in order to make proper transportation funding decisions.

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State performance review compiled by State Auditor’s Office released Monday

| June 19, 2017

The report took a look at a number of areas of concern for Missouri. Among them were crime, education, health and the economy.

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Carrollton Council keeps street repair in mind

| May 2, 2017

Council members in Carrollton renewed their zeal for street repair, following up on talk at the last meeting to present a possible tax increase for that purpose.

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Chair and vice chair rotate at Transportation Commission meeting

| March 3, 2016

The chair and vice chair positions of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission were rotated at the last monthly meeting, March 2, 2016. According to policy, the two positions are filled by election of the most senior members of the commission.  After serving for one year, the commission then has the option to rotate those […]

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Hard surface routes only for Green City R-1 Schools

| February 17, 2016

Green City R-1 Schools have announced hard route transportation protocol.

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98th General Assembly: The second session is underway and many bills are expected to hit the floor

| January 8, 2016

Senator Hegeman highlights measures ranging from infrastructure and taxes to bonding issues.

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Missouri’s transportation funding crisis

| January 1, 2016

The state has been ahead of it’s time regarding transportation policy, but is now in danger of squandering that inheritance.

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