Summary of BNSF Grade Separation, Harold Street and Woodland Road


Contact Information

Organization: Olathe
Contact person: Cheryl Lambrecht
Title: Traffic Engineer
Phone: 9139719030
Organization address: PO Box 768
  Olathe, KS    66051-0768

General Information

1. Project name: BNSF Grade Separation, Harold Street and Woodland Road
2. City(ies), County(ies), State: Olathe, Johnson County, Kansas
3. Routes, interchanges and/or intersections: BNSF Railroad (Olathe MARC 2050 Submittal Project Number “56” in attached documents shapefile)
4. Primary project mode: Highway/roadway 
5. Supplementary project mode(s): * Active Transportation * Transit )
Active Transportation, Transit: Constructing railroad/street grade separation will provide safer options for active transportation. Improved street connectivity will improve travel times, allowing for expansion of transit services.
6. Project Purpose: * System expansion (added capacity) * System preservation, rehabilitation or replacement )
7. Project sponsor: Mary Jaeger
8. Total budget in 2019 dollars: $130000000
9. Project description: Railroad grade separation at Harold/127th Street and Woodland Road
10. Scope: This project will construct railroad/street grade separations at Harold/127th Street and at Woodland Road to replace two at-grade railroad/street crossings. Improvements will include pavement, curb and gutter, storm sewer, street lights, landscaping, and all work pertinent to completing the project.
11. Project schedule: Project is anticipated to be constructed between 2031 to 2040.

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