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2003 Annual Report to Missouri Citizens 


The Missouri Department of Transportation's 2003 Annual Report to Missouri Citizens not only takes a look MoDOT's financial statement, but reviews the department's accomplishments and accolades for the state fiscal year.


2003 Annual Report


Organizational Chart  (100 kb, 1 page)
The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission and MoDOT management team

A Year to Be Proud of (130 kb, 1 page)
Director Henry Hungerbeeler looks back on 2003

Funding  (274 kb, 1 page)

MoDOT receives funding from a variety of sources

Funds Exit  (521 kb, 1 page)
A large portion of state funding exits before getting to your roads.

Financials  (629 kb, 1 page)
A breakdown of how your tax money was spent

Project Delivery (1 mb, 3 pages)
MoDOT does its best to deliver construction projects on time and within budget

Construction Highlights (1.3 mb, 4 pages)

A quick look at some construction highlights for the year

Year in Review (778 kbs, 2 pages)
MoDOT accomplished many things beyond its successful construction year

Total Transportation (1 mb, 2 pages)

MoDOT is also about trains, planes, waterways and people power

Accolades and Awards (1 mb, 2 pages)
The department was honored for its achievements in several fields

Legislative Focus (281 kb, 1 page)

MoDOT worked with Missouri Legislators on several different issues

Contact MoDOT (668 kb, 1 page) 
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