Summary of 167th Street - Antioch to Metcalf

Overland Park

Contact Information

Organization: Overland Park
Contact person: Lorraine Basalo
Title: Acting City Engineer
Phone: 9138956023
E-mail: lorraine.basalo@opkansas.org
Organization address: 8500 Santa Fe Dr.
  Overland Park, KS    66212


General Information

1. Project name: 167th Street - Antioch to Metcalf
2. City(ies), County(ies), State: Overland Park, Johnson, Kansas
3. Routes, interchanges and/or intersections: 167th Street
4. Primary project mode: Highway/roadway 
5. Supplementary project mode(s): * Active Transportation * Bridge * Freight )
The project will incorporate multimodal systems to accommodate automobiles, transit, freight, public safety vehicles, pedestrians and bicycles in order to maximize mobility throughout the corridor. The project will encourage walkability and bicycle access by providing sidewalks and on-street buffered bike lanes along 167th Street that do not currently exist. These new facilities will provide connection to existing pedestrian and bicycle facilities. This project also includes reconstruction of the 167th and US-69 interchange as a full access diamond, which will improve connection to the Regional Freight Network.
6. Project Purpose: * System expansion (added capacity) * System preservation, rehabilitation or replacement * System operations and management )
7. Project sponsor: Kyle Dieckmann
kyle.dieckmann@opkansas.org
913-895-6053
8. Total budget in 2019 dollars: $22000000
9. Project description: The intent of the project is to maximize mobility and access to existing and future land uses along the corridor, address system preservation and maintenance needs, provide for alternative transportation modes and improve system performance, efficiency, and safety. The primary users will be motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists. Motorists will benefit from the increased capacity and safety of the reconstructed roadway which includes additional through lanes, turn lanes and interchange reconfiguration. Motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists will all benefit from the addition of streetlighting throughout the entire corridor. Bicyclists will be able to utilize the on-street buffered bike lanes to negotiate the entire corridor and intersections. Pedestrians will be able to utilize the upgraded sidewalks and trail connections to negotiate the entire corridor and intersections.
10. Scope: The project includes reconstruction of 167th Street interchange as a full access diamond. Reconstruction of 167th Street from an unimproved two-lane roadway to a four-lane divided thoroughfare with turn lanes, storm sewers, a raised median, street lights, traffic signals, restoration and other items incidental to street construction. The project is 1 mile long. The project also includes a 10-foot sidewalk along one side of the roadway and a 5-foot sidewalk on the other. The project will provide multimodal systems to accommodate automobiles, transit, freight, public safety vehicles, pedestrian and bicycles in order to maximize mobility throughout the corridor. The project will improve walkability and safety for pedestrians by providing ADA compliant sidewalks and crosswalks. The project will improve bicycle access and safety with the addition of on-street buffered bike lanes.
11. Project schedule: Construction is anticipated to occur between 2021-2030.

Share your comments

We welcome your feedback on this. Comments from the public will be shared with project sponsors and the evaluating committee. If you wish to be contacted directly about your comment, please note this in the body of the comment. Comments can be viewed by all visitors.


Full name:
E-mail:
Zip code:
Comment:
  Make comment public  
 

Verify that you are human:

What color is this dog's nose?

No comments submitted.

 


600 Broadway, Suite 200
Kansas City, MO 64105
816/474-4240
Fax 816/421-7758

MARC programs that receive federal funding may not discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, color or national origin, according to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Title VI policy | Americans with Disabilities Act resources

MARC Home Page MARC Transportation Home Page