(Jefferson City, MO) – A new report has found that drivers lose $8 billion yearly on Missouri’s roadways due to rough roads, congestion and lack of some safety features. In some areas, the cost is as high as $1,917 per driver.
Increased investment is needed to improve transportation system conditions and safety, relieve congestion-related travel delays, and support long-term economic growth in the state, according the report by TRIP, a national transportation research nonprofit.
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Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry