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In accordance with the requirements contained within the proposed Constitutional Amendment 7, the following regional project lists were produced by local transportation planning organizations working with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission. These regional project lists were approved by the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission on July 9, 2014. 




Click to download the Final Commission-Approved Statewide Project List - (PDF - 36 pages 820kb)

Click to download the Statewide Highlights - (PDF - 8 pages 224kb)

Click on the Region to see Region-specific information
Statewide Map Northeast Region Northwest Region Kansas City Region Southwest Region Central Region St. Louis Region Southeast Region
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Statewide Highlights



  • May 2014: The Missouri General Assembly overwhelmingly approved legislation that would put a transportation sales tax measure before Missouri voters. 
  • May 23, 2014:  Governor Jay Nixon placed the transportation sales tax amendment on the August 5, 2014 primary election ballot.
  • May-July 2014: MoDOT worked with citizens, transportation partners, elected officials and community leaders to solicit feedback on project lists in each region. Draft project lists were released for public comment at 12 p.m., June 13. The comment period closed at 5 p.m., July 3.
  • July 9, 2014: Final project list and public comments were approved by the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission
  • August 5, 2014: Election Day



  • Provides an estimated $5.4 billion in funding for transportation projects over 10 years (2015-2025)
  • The measure provides that 90 percent of the revenue, an estimated $480 million annually, will go toward state transportation initiatives. Ten percent, or an estimated $54 million annually, will be split among cities and counties for transportation projects.
  • The sales tax increase will not be applied to purchases of medicine, groceries and gasoline.
  • State fuel taxes will not increase and toll roads will not be implemented over the 10-year time period.
  • The sales tax revenues can be used for ANY transportation purpose (road and bridge improvements, urban and rural transit, friendlier bike and pedestrian accommodations, improvements in rail, ports and airports).
  • Every region will prioritize the projects to meet the direct transportation needs of residents and businesses in their communities.
  • The regional project priority lists will be completed in June. A statewide list will be presented to the MHTC for its approval at a meeting in Jefferson City on July 9.


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