Summary of NE 72nd Street Complete Street Improvements

Gladstone

Contact Information

Organization: Gladstone
Contact person: Timothy Nebergall
Title: Public Works Director
Phone: 816-436-5442
E-mail: timn@gladstone.mo.us
Organization address: 4000 NE 76th Street
  GLADSTONE, MO    64119


General Information

1. Project name: NE 72nd Street Complete Street Improvements
2. City(ies), County(ies), State: Gladstone, Clay County, MO
3. Routes, interchanges and/or intersections: NE/NW 72nd Street - N. Broadway to Missouri Route 1
4. Primary project mode: Active Transportation Active Transportation
5. Supplementary project mode(s): * Active Transportation * Freight * Highway/Roadway * Transit )
Project will include new sidewalks and bike lanes to promote active transportation, support KCATA transit at N. Oak, and limited freight movement. on the south side, ADA sidewalk improvements on the north side, intersection and traffic signal upgrades at N. Woodland, N. Troost, N. Oak Trafficway, and N. Broadway, and new asphalt pavement. City will evaluate the potential of a road diet to further accommodate bike lanes and reduce costs at intersections.
6. Project Purpose: * System preservation, rehabilitation or replacement * System operations and management )
7. Project sponsor: Timothy A. Nebergall
timn@gladstone.mo.us
816-436-5442
8. Total budget in 2019 dollars: $5000000
9. Project description: Project will include a new sidewalk on south side, ADA sidewalk improvements on the north side, intersection and traffic signal upgrades at N. Woodland, N. Troost, N. Oak Trafficway, and N. Broadway, and new asphalt pavement. City will evaluate the potential of a road diet to further accommodate bike lanes and reduce costs at intersections.
10. Scope: 1. New sidewalks for pedestrians. 2. Bike lanes 3. New traffic signals that are coordinated and ADA compliant pedestrian signals 4. KCATA bus shelters at mutually agreed upon locations.
11. Project schedule: 1. Study Corridor - 2024 2. Design/Acquistion - 2029 3. Construction - 2034

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Submitted comments

Jacob Lowe said...

This street needs a road diet and needs to be rebuilt as a complete street yesterday! Make it happen, please! ASAP!

8/18/2019 2:51:29 PM


Greg Strasser said...

Sidewalks are always good to have and I see the current ones in use quite a bit. Bikers can share them with walkers/joggers if built properly, not the current one that put me and my bike in 72nd and required stitches. I do see a need to upgrade signal lights and please do not reduce lanes.

9/4/2019 3:28:39 PM


Carol Suter said...

The sidewalks on this street are in poor condition and nonexistent in some sections. The street passes through major residential neighborhoods. Improved sidewalks, signals, etc. will result in more foot traffic thus reducing auto usage.

9/5/2019 3:22:20 PM


Mike Ebenroth said...

This stretch of road is in need of repair and upgrading. Upgrades traffic signals and better center turn lanes would be a great benefit to the public.

9/6/2019 11:59:36 AM


Katie Middleton said...

Thumbs-up to coordinated traffic signals and bus shelters.

9/23/2019 4:22:53 PM


 


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