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MoDOT Speakers’ Bureau - List of speakers by topic

The Missouri Department of Transportation offers speakers on a wide variety of transportation-related topics to your business, club, organization or school. We are eager to address your group.  If you have a request that is not listed, we will do our best to find a speaker to fit your needs.

To schedule a speaker for your club or organization, please click here or call toll-free 888-ASK-MoDOT (888-275-6636).

You can also go to the Request A Speaker Online Form

Access Management



Better Roads, Brighter Future Program

Budget, Bonding Issues


Bridge design, major bridge needs

Bridge inspections, maintenance

Careers at MoDOT

Child passenger safety

Commuter lots

Cost Control

Design Build

Disadvantaged Business Enterprises

Diversity and Inclusion

Engineering Policy Guide

Guard cable

Highway safety

Historic preservation, archaeology

Innovative Transportation Solutions

Mara Campbell, director, Organizational Results

Long-Range Transportation Plan

Maintenance issues

Memorial highway and bridge naming process

Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety

Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission

Missouri’s Blueprint for Safer Roadways

Safe and Sound Bridge Improvement Plan


Snow removal

State Map

Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

Tracker – MoDOT’s performance measurement system

Traffic issues

Missouri Teaching Out-Reach (MoTOR) program

Value Engineering

Work zones/work zone safety


Youth safety programs


Go to the Request A Speaker Online Form


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Missouri Department of Transportation
Central Office
105 W. Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City, MO 65102
1-888-ASK-MODOT (275-6636)
1-866-831-6277 (Motor Carrier Services)
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