During the Spring of 2020, Webster County successfully completed a long-range transportation plan for the entire 22-mile stretch of U.S. Hwy 60 cutting across the southern part of the County.
The study was funded in partnership with BNSF Railway, the Multi-Modal Division of the Missouri Department of Transportation, and the Southwest Missouri Council of Governments (SMCOG). Other partners included: the cities of Fordland, Rogersville, and Seymour – and the Village of Diggins. The consulting engineers on the project were: Crawford Murphy & Tilly Inc. (CMT).
A one-page summary showing highlights of the study’s findings is found here: 2020 US 60 Corridor Study – At A Glance
A full copy of the Plan is also available, here: 2020 US 60 Corridor Master Plan. It’s a large file. If you have trouble opening it, you may wish to contact the Webster County Clerk’s office at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling – 417-859-VOTE(8683).
The Webster County Commission wishes to thank all those involved – including those from the communities along the corridor who attended one of the twelve public meetings held to formulate the recommendations in the Plan.