Missouri House Policy Development Caucus Seeks Public Input on Transportation Funding Solutions

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri House Policy Development Caucus spent the interim traveling around the state to discuss potential funding solutions for Missouri’s aging transportation infrastructure. Now, state Rep. Jeff Messenger, who chairs the group, is asking Missourians to provide their input on the proposed solutions through an online survey. 

“We traveled to all parts of the state and heard from folks from all walks of life during our tour, but we want to ensure every Missourian has the opportunity to be heard on this important issue,” said Messenger, R-Republic. “I encourage everyone to view our proposed solutions and then to give their feedback through the online survey we have set up. We’re eager to hear what Missourians think of these ideas and to hear any suggestions they have for other things we can do to address the many unfunded transportation needs Missouri currently has.” 

The presentation outlining the eight possible funding solutions can be viewed on YouTube at the following link: 

Missourians interested in participating in the discussion should complete the online survey to share their opinion of each of the eight options.  The survey also provides the opportunity for input regarding MoDOT. The survey is available at the following link: