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March 29, 2013MO |  By: Grady

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The Missouri Department of Transportation is seeking public input for future projects.

Missouri's General Assembly has recently proposed 8 billion dollars in new funding for Mo-Dot. Mo-Dot wants citizens input for future projects and are hosting "listening sessions" beginning next week through out the state. Mo-Dot Customer Relations Specialist, Marsha Johnson says public input is vital for the department to consider local projects they may otherwise not consider.

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Johnson says Mo-Dot knows citizens are concerned about transportation in the state and how to fund it.

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Mo-Dot's listening sessions in northwest Missouri will be Tuesday April 9th at the Maryville Parks and Recreation Community Center at 6pm and Thursday April 11th in St. Joseph at the Fulkerson Center on Missouri Western's campus also at 6pm. To attend these sessions you must RSVP by going online to Missourionthemove.org.