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November 25, 2008 12:00 AM
Missourians Encouraged to Talk to the President about Transportation

JEFFERSON CITY - If you could talk to the President about your views on transportation, what would you say?

With one of the busiest travel weeks of the year upon us, many people are likely to have transportation on their mind. At www.ItoldThePresident.org, Missourians have the opportunity to tell the President-elect and Congress about the transportation issues important to them.

The Missouri Department of Transportation, in conjunction with the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, is urging anyone who uses Missouri's transportation system to submit an e-mail or video post and share their views. A compilation of the comments will be presented to key federal officials in January.

The campaign is one effort to build awareness about the importance of America's transportation system. A major challenge facing President-elect Barack Obama and the new Congress will be to pass a new transportation bill before the current federally funded highway and transit programs expire on Sept. 30, 2009. Missouri uses federal revenues in combination with other funding to maintain, repair and build new highways, bridges and transit systems.

To post a video or make a comment, go to www.IToldThePresident.org and add your voice to the conversation.

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