Anywhere from $160-Million to $190-million could go in to State Transportation Department coffers if the public approves Amendment Three. The state amendment to end diversion of state fuel tax dollars to other state agencies. They’ll decide on November 2nd. The Director of the State Transportation Department Pete Rahn says the money will do the most good by being used to leverage bonds worth one to one and a half billion dollars. But he says the amendment is not the magic pill for all of Missouri’s transportation woes. State law prohibits Rahn from endorsing any ballot measure, but he says he is allowed to inform the public about the Amendment Three. And he says his information says the amendment would be good for the State Transportation Department.