Traffic, Transportation, & Maps

  1. Survey to gather feedback for new roadway construction projects closes Monday

    The City is seeking feedback from citizens in the form of a survey on the proposed list of new roadway construction projects to be included in the next cycles of the 1/4-cent and 1/8-cent sales tax programs. Read on...
  2. Construction begins today for phase II of Jefferson Avenue streetscape project

    This project will continue the streetscape improvements previously constructed downtown, including the construction of ADA-compliant sidewalks, lighting enhancements and signal reconstruction. Read on...
  3. Route 66 Parade: tips for navigating through Springfield Friday evening

    Attention motorists: Expect delays at locations intersecting with St. Louis Street between Glenstone and Campbell Friday evening from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. due to the Birthplace of Route 66 Parade. Read on...
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Aerial photo of downtown Springfield at night with traffic lights and tracers from vehicle lights.Whether by plane, car, bus, bicycle or their own two feet, Springfieldians are able to move around the city – and the nation – safely and efficiently.

The Springfield-Branson National Airport – an economic engine for the city – offers service to 10 cities around the nation.

The City’s accredited Public Works department operates and maintains 135 traffic control signals, repairs over 37,000 traffic signs, stripes nearly 600 lane-miles of streets and coordinates snow removal on 675 lane-miles of high-priority emergency routes each year.

Downtown Springfield is emerging as a walkable community with urban living close to shopping, work and transit.

Via The Link and Ozark Greenways, Springfieldians now have more options than ever when it comes to getting around town on two wheels rather than four.