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May 17, 2012ST. JOSEPH, MO |  By: Rasmussen

Transportation Public Forum

A Blue Ribbon Committee is asking for area residents to help find solutions to the future needs and challenges facing Missouri's transportation system.

A public forum will be held Monday at the Missouri Department of Transportation's district office in St. Joseph to examine Missouri's transportation needs and explore possible solutions. This is just one of many public forums being held statewide sponsored by the Blue Ribbon Citizens Committee on Missouri Transportation Needs. Customer relations manager for Mo-Dot's Northwest district, Melissa Black, says the future of transportation in Missouri is in question.

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Black says the impact transportation has on commerce, safety, and Missouri's economy leaves out no one and encourages residents to come voice their opinions and concerns. Once again the meetings is 1pm, Monday at Mo-Dots District Office located at 3602 N Belt Highway in St. Joseph.