I-70 Debris Has Missouri Motorist Concerned
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
motorists are speaking out about dangerous debris piling up on a stretch of I-70
in St. Charles County. Drivers are concerned about the potential risks
caused by the trash along the highway and in lanes. Many complain of trash,
tires and even furniture left on the roadway for days. Missouri drivers
are asking for officials to take action before the debris causes a fatal
accident. Missouri Department Of Transportation was notified of the concerns
at the beginning of the year. The St. Charles Area Engineer says improvements
have been made, such as frequent mowing and collecting of trash with sweepers.
The MoDOT official also says that they need more cooperation from drivers
who are doing the littering. However, Missouri motorists have said not
enough is being done to eliminate serious close calls every day on the highway.
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