The Missouri Department of Transportation will be collecting feedback on their 20-year strategy over the next five weeks.  The proposal details long-range goals and estimated funding levels over the next two decades.  Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott talk with Area Engineer Tonya Lohman:

Tonya Lohman

Press Release from the Missouri Department of Transportation

The Missouri Department of Transportation presented a draft long range transportation plan for the state of Missouri to the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission.

The plan is called “A Vision for Missouri’s Transportation Future.”  We would like to know what you think. For the next 45 days, MoDOT will be collecting feedback on the plan. Is the transportation system described what you desire? Did we hear you correctly? Did we get it right? Did we miss anything?  You participated previously by submitting a project suggestion through the On the Move website, on a written feedback form, by talking to a MoDOT representative, or by completing an online survey.

This federally required report addresses how we can meet Missourians’ expectations for the state’s transportation system over the next 20 years. It describes long range planning goals, and considers how to achieve them given the limitations of today’s transportation system and the realities of current and future funding levels.

We invite you to go to the all-new On the Move website at where you can comment online. You can also email us at [email protected]  Hard copies of the documents are available at MoDOT offices in Jefferson City, St. Louis, Sikeston, Hannibal, Kansas City, Springfield and St. Joseph.