Summary of US-69 Improvements Phase 2: 103rd St to 119th Street


Contact Information

Organization: KDOT
Contact person: Allison Smith
Title: Environmental Coordinator/MPO Liaison
Phone: 785-296-0341
Organization address: 700 SW Harison
  Topeka, KS    66603

General Information

1. Project name: US-69 Improvements Phase 2: 103rd St to 119th Street
2. City(ies), County(ies), State: Overland Park, Johnson, KS
3. Routes, interchanges and/or intersections: US-69
4. Primary project mode: Highway/roadway 
5. Supplementary project mode(s): * Bridge * Freight )
The facility is a major traffic carrier and growth area for Johnson County, and with these improvements KDOT and Overland Park will be mitigating existing traffic congestion and accommodating future travel demand by freight and motorists travelling in and through the region.
6. Project Purpose: * System expansion (added capacity) * System preservation, rehabilitation or replacement * System operations and management )
7. Project sponsor: Allison Smith
8. Total budget in 2019 dollars: $90000000
9. Project description: The intent of this project is to conduct system expansion and congestion mitigation with the addition of through lanes C-D roads and completion of two interchanges at US 69 & College Blvd and US 69 and I-435 The primary users will be motorists and freight. The intent of the project is to also address significant safety issues that have resulted in corridor already experiencing crash rates above the statewide average .
10. Scope: Construct northbound collector-distributor (C-D) roads from 119th Street to 103rd Street along US-69, complete the interchanges at US-69 & College Blvd. and US-69 & I-435. The expected outcome is to alleviate mainline congestion and facilitate a reduction in safety issues.
11. Project schedule: Construction has been placed in 2021-2030, but scheduling of phases will be done once the project has been activated and is ready to proceed.

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