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1. Area Roads Win a No. 1 Title: The Worst Area Roads Win a No. 1 Title: The Worst May 27, 2005 A study by the Road Improvement Program, a Washington-based transportation research group, declared that Kansas City's roads are the worst among the nation's large metropolitan areas. Article includes...

2. County Third in Roads: In the Country Only Two Others Are Ahead in System County Third in Roads: In the Country Only Two Others Are Ahead in System December/15/1929 Article noting the extensiveness of the system of county roads in Jackson County, Missouri, as third best in the nation, behind only two counties in New York and Detroit, and making for very good transportation...

3. Enterprising North Missouri Farmers Started State on Way to Good Roads Enterprising North Missouri Farmers Started State on Way to Good Roads May 1,1952 Photo and article about the road improvement technologies used by Robert Hart (dying in 1934) of the Eagleville, Missouri, area (in Harrison County, Missouri) and others in northern Missouri, such as D....

4. Route 66 Celebrates 66th! Route 66 Celebrates 66th! May/June 1992 Article about the history of highway Route 66, one of the first transnational highways in the United States. It crosses Missouri and some sections are on the National Register of Historic Places.

5. Undaunted Patience: Lewis and Clark Expressway Will Blaze New Transportation Trail Undaunted Patience: Lewis and Clark Expressway Will Blaze New Transportation Trail June 9-15, 2006 Plans are now in the final stages for the Lewis and Clark Expressway. It will be a road that will connect Interstate 70 with Highway 24 before going north through Sugar Creek and ending at Front Street...