Summary of Mission Road Improvements

Prairie Village

Contact Information

Organization: Prairie Village
Contact person: Melissa Prenger
Phone: 9133854655
Organization address: 3535 Somerset Drive
  Prairie Village, KS    66208

General Information

1. Project name: Mission Road Improvements
2. City(ies), County(ies), State: City of Prairie Village, Johnson County, Kansas
3. Routes, interchanges and/or intersections: Mission and 71st, Mission and 75, Mission and 83rd, Mission and Somerset, Mission and 95th
4. Primary project mode: Highway/roadway 
5. Supplementary project mode(s): * Active Transportation )
This roadway is an active route for trucks moving materials to destinations within our City and our near neighbors as 75th Street is a designated/allowed truck route. Widening the sidewalks to incorporate 8 feet of path encourages our growing pedestrian activity from activity nodes (homes to churches;homes to shops; and parks to parks). Mission Road leads a new transit stop at 95th and Rosewood and to the newest JCPRD park at Meadoowbrook with trails.
6. Project Purpose: * System preservation, rehabilitation or replacement * System operations and management )
7. Project sponsor: Keith Bredehoeft
8. Total budget in 2019 dollars: $15600000
9. Project description: The project will help connect two recognized activity nodes within Prairie Village. At a local level, it will encourage pedestrians to participate in active transportation by connecting local activity nodes of parks, shops, churches. The project will provide a way to increase access to transit. And the pavement will be rehabilitated in order to continue to meet the needs of the traveling public, the delivery of materials to businesses meeting regional demands, and transit schedules bringing Kansas Citians to both special events and daily work.
10. Scope: Mission Road is a north south arterial roadway that is recognized as a developed/walkable area by MARC. The project will resurface the roadway, construct wide sidewalk on both sides utilizing retaining walls at locations where necessary due to grading challenges in order to provide a high level of access for pedestrians. Included in this project will be new signals at all intersections with connectivity to the Operation Green Light (OGL) system and new street lights.
11. Project schedule: This project would be implemented in a minimum of 2 phases. The first phase would be a west section in 2035. The second phase would be the east section in 2045.

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