Missouri State Senate

Senate Committee Substitute

SCS/HB 522, HB 34, HB 133, HB 134, HB 810, HB 873 & HB 338 - This act designates the portion of U.S. Highway 160 within the city limits of Doniphan in Ripley county as the "Billy Yates Highway".

This act designates the portion of Highway 63 from the Adair-Macon county line to the northern border of the city limits of the city of Kirksville in Adair county as the "Harriet Beard Highway".

This act designates the bridge on Highway CC over North Fork White River in Ozark County as the "Irwin C. Cudworth Memorial Bridge".

This act designates the portion of U.S. Highway 160 from the bridge that crosses Bryant creek continuing two and one-half miles east of such bridge in Ozark county as the "Jerry Corp Memorial Highway".

This act designates the portion of Highway 54 from the Grand Glaize Bridge to Key Largo Road in Camden county as the "Veterans Memorial Expressway".

This act designates the portion of Business Highway 71 from the intersection of Interstate 29 traveling north for two miles in Andrew county as the "Randy Bever Memorial Highway".

This act designates the portion of State Highway 10 from the western border of the city limits of Norborne in Carroll county to the eastern border of the city limits of Hardin in Ray county as the "Ray-Carroll County Veterans Memorial Highway".

This act designates the portion of State Highway 115 in St. Louis City from the intersection of Natural Bridge Avenue and Salisbury Street west to the intersection of State Highway 115 and Jennings Station Road as the "Theodore McNeal Highway".

Under current law the "Heroes Way Interchange Designation Program" allows for designations of interstate or state-numbered highway interchanges for members of the United States Armed Forces killed in action while performing active military duty with the Armed Forces in Afghanistan or Iraq on or after September 11, 2001. This act expands the program to allow for designations of bridges and segments of highway on the state highway system. This act also expands the program to allow for designations of any member of the United States Armed Forces killed in action while performing active military duty.

This act contains provisions identical to SB 474 (2015) and SB 156 (2015).

MICHELA BIRK

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