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Statewide Transportation Improvement Program


This is the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program for state fiscal years 2009 through 2013 (July 1, 2008 - June 30, 2013).

The STIP, prepared annually, sets forth the specific construction projects MoDOT will undertake in the next five years.  It covers highways and bridges, transit, aviation, rail, waterways, enhancements and other projects.

Below are links to each of the sections of the draft 2009-2013 program.

Press Release

Project List By District
Topic Section
Contact Information   1
Map of Regional Planning Organizations    
Introduction and Public Involvement   2
Design and Scoping Information

2009-2013 Design and Scoping Projects


Project Description Key

Project Maps
Northwest District (1) 
North Central District (2)
Northeast District (3)
Kansas City District (4)

 - Urban

 - Rural
Central District (5)
St. Louis District (6)

 - Urban

 - Rural

Southwest District (7)

Springfield District (8)

- Urban

- Rural
South Central District (9)
Southeast District


2009-2013 Highway and Bridge Construction Schedule 4

Amendments Approved for 2009-2013 Five-Year Transportation Program


Economic Recovery Projects


Amendments Available for Public Review


Amendments Approved by MHTC and Pending ONEDOT Approval

Safe and Sound Bridges 4
Estimated Financial Summary 5
Federal Programs 6
Multimodal Operations Work Program  7
Certification and Federal-Aid Project Oversight 8
Transportation Improvement Programs 9



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