1 MEETMoDOT. Other Transportation Services Multimodal Operations & Motor Carrier Services MoDOT 's mission includes responsibility for Other modes of Transportation such as rail, river, air and public Transportation . In these areas, most of MoDOT 's funding comes from federal sources or from state funds that must be appropriated by the Legislature because the State Road Fund revenues are constitutionally required to be spent on roads and bridges. Aviation Missouri has 122 public-use airports and 35 Freight Development Missouri is ideally suited to July 2018. business-capable airports.
2 Become a national freight leader due to its extensive Railroads Missouri has 4,200 miles of mainline railroad Transportation network and central location. Trucks, track. Kansas City and St. Louis are the nation's second- planes, barges and trains in Missouri move 1 billion tons of Committed to Transportation and third-largest freight rail hubs. Missouri has the 10th freight each year valued at more than $1 trillion. Missouri Population Our mission is to provide a world-class Transportation system that is largest rail network with the 4th most tonnage carried. Bicycle & Pedestrian MoDOT has approximately 600 safe, innovative, reliable and dedicated to a prosperous Missouri.
3 Waterways Missouri has 1,050 miles of navigable rivers miles of shared-use paths on the state system, and works with planning partners to create Transportation facilities that 6,114,000 MoDOT designs, builds and maintains roads and bridges and and 14 public river ports, including St. Louis that is the 3rd largest inland port in the accommodate non-motorized travel. works to improve airports, river ports, railroads, public transit Motor Carrier Services - Motor Carrier Services helps systems and pedestrian and bicycle travel. The agency also Public Transit Some 58 million public transit trips commercial motor carriers get the information, credentials 33,859 MILES OF ROADWAY administers motor carrier and highway safety programs.
4 Are made by Missourians per year. Some form of public Transportation exists in all 114 Missouri counties and the City and permits they need to conduct business in Missouri. of St. Louis. MCS also enforces safety and economic regulations, 83% #3. Customer Lowest making the highway a more fair and safe workplace. Satisfaction Administrative Rating Cost per Mile Safety Traffic Crash Fatalities, 2009-2017. Since 2005, traffic fatalities on Missouri roadways have 10,385 122 4200 MoDOT Leadership fallen to the lowest totals since the late 1940s. Through BRIDGES PUBLIC-USE MILES OF MAIN-LINE.
5 1000 research and analysis of traffic crash data, MoDOT 's AND CULVERTS AIRPORTS TRACK RAIL LINES Director Chief Engineer 947 932. Traffic and Highway Safety Division develops programs Patrick McKenna Ed Hassinger that address high-risk driver behaviors such as impaired 750. 878. 821 826. 870. driving, failure to use safety belts and child safety seats, OVERALL SAFETY BELT USE 84% Asst. Chief Engineer Chief Financial Officer 786 766. 757. speeding and distracted driving. VACANT VACANT. MoDOT works with safety advocates across the state to Chief Counsel 500. implement Missouri's Blueprint A Partnership Toward Rich Tiemeyer Zero Deaths.
6 The aim of the blueprint is to reduce the number of traffic fatalities and reach a goal of 700 or 250 fewer, with the ultimate goal of zero. Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission As part of the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety, The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission is a six-member, bipartisan board that 0. MoDOT assists in strategic implementation of safety governs the Missouri Department of Transportation . Commission members are appointed for 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 measures in the areas of education, enforcement, six-year terms by the governor and are confirmed by the Missouri Senate.
7 No more than three engineering and emergency medical Services to reduce commission members may be of the same political party. The commission appoints the MoDOT . For more information, go to MoDOT Area Engineers the number of fatal and disabling injury accidents on Missouri roadways. director and the secretary to the commission. The director is responsible for appointing or hiring all Other employees. To make MoDOT even more accessible to the communities they serve, the department has restructured the role of the area engineer to include direct communication and interaction with each community.
8 Area Engi- neers can answer questions from the public, meet with media, or speak to groups and organizations about Chair Vice Chair Commissioner Transportation in Missouri. Find out who your area engineer is by referencing the color coded map below. Gregg Smith, Clinton Michael Pace, West Plains Terry Ecker, Elmo SCOTLAND. Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner John Briscoe, New London Tom Waters, Jr., Orrick Robert Brinkmann, St. Albans Contacting MoDOT ATCHISON. NODAWAY. WORTH. HARRISON. MERCER PUTNAM SCHUYLER. CLARK. Adam Watson (816) 387-2419. GENTRY SULLIVAN. Amy Crawford (660) 785-2470.
9 ADAIR. N. Commission Secretary Area Engineers HOLT. ANDREW. Austin GRUNDYH ibler (816) 262-1797. DAVIESS. KNOX LEWIS. W E Pamela Harlan DEKALB. LINN. To make MoDOT even more accessible to the MACON. SHELBY MARION. CALDWELL LIVINGSTON Brian Haeffner S. communities they serve, the department has (660) 349-0892. BUCHANAN. CLINTON RALLS. PLATTE. CHARITON RANDOLPH. MONROE Interstates and Major Routes Minor and Low Volume Routes CARROLL. Shelie Daniel restructured the role of the area engineer to include (816) 645-6090. CLAY RAY PIKE. Andrew Tureck Highways and Bridges AUDRAIN.
10 Direct communication and interaction with each SALINE. HOWARD. Erik Maninga (314) 453-5046 Major Highways Minor and Low Volume Routes MONTGOMERY. Richard LAFAYETTE Shipley LINCOLN. Matt Killion (816) 739-1374 MikeBOONE. Schupp (636) 528-3164 Betherny Williams community. Area Engineers can answer questions JACKSON. (660) 281-1295. (816) 622-0500 COOPER. CALLAWAY. ST. CHARLES North WARREN. (314) 453-1749. St. Louis MoDOT plans, designs, constructs and from the public, meet with media, or speak to JOHNSON St. Louis City Minor Routes maintains 33,859 miles of highways and PETTIS.