Missouri Department of Transportation

Description

The Missouri Department of Transportation is comprised of 5000+ individuals who work collaboratively to provide a world-class transportation experience that is safe, innovative, reliable and dedicated to a prosperous Missouri. With seven districts and three regional offices, twenty-two divisions, and at least one maintenance shed in every county, our employees come to work every day, ready to make a difference in every community in Missouri. As employees work to accomplish the department's mission, these are the tangible things that the residents of Missouri will see them do; • Keep Customers and Themselves Safe • Keep Roads and Bridges in Good Condition • Provide Outstanding Customer Service • Deliver Transportation Solutions of Great Value • Operate a Reliable and Convenient Transportation System • Use Resources Wisely • Advance Economic Development Over the decades MoDOT has managed to keep Missouri moving. Today, the state serves as a transportation crossroads for the entire nation. There are 4,800 miles of railroad tracks, 1,379 miles of Interstates, 125 public-use airports and 15 public ports. If you're trying to get goods from one side of the country to the other, it's likely they'll pass them through Missouri. It's safe to say that the Show-Me state will retain its position as the crossroads of the United States, and MoDOT will continue to lead the nation in innovation, efficiency and customer service.

Headquarters:
United States

Transportation/Trucking/Railroad

Speciaties:

Civil Engineering Engineering Transportation Maintenance