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Last Modified: January 10, 2007

MoDOT does not have an official CSS program; our designers are instructed through our department's Project Development Manual to use good engineering judgment, involve the public as often as possible; and request design exceptions when necessary. MoDOT will be instituting an official CSS program through guidance and training over the next two years.

CSS Contacts:

Jay Bestgen, PE
Assistant State Design Engineer
Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT)
(573) 526-2903
jay.bestgen@modot.mo.gov

Joe Jones, PE
Engineer Policy Administrator
Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT)
(573) 751-3813
joseph.jones@modot.mo.gov

DOT Website: www.modot.org

Other Public Involvement Techniques:

We believe our project designers do an above average job of identifying the environmental and cultural resource constraints of a project and tailor the design as much as possible to address the concerns of the affected community.

CSS Projects (in addition to those listed as Case Studies on this site):
CSS Training:
Between 200 and 300 Project Managers, Resident Engineers, Designers, Planners will be trained by Department staff.

Last Modified: January 10, 2007

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