A 100-mile stretch of Highway-54, from Camdenton to Mexico, is in need of several improvements to enhance the safety of motorists. That’s according to a recent audit conducted by the Missouri Department of Transportation. The audit, according to MoDOT, was prompted by a rash of wrong-way drivers in Miller County along with a double-fatality accident near Holts Summit, in July. Among the recommendations cited in the report, released on Tuesday, include: better signage, guard cables and high-friction surface treatments on curves. MoDOT Central District Engineer David Silvester says, despite the enhanced recommendations, the audit, which was conducted by a multi- agency task force, did find current conditions on the 54-corridor to meet all state and federal standards. The audit took into account a five-year period covering January 1st, 2011, through July 19th of this year.