Summary of Liberty Drive Trail Connector


Contact Information

Organization: Liberty
Contact person: Andy Noll
Title: Director of Public Works
Phone: 816-439-4510
Organization address: 101 E. Kansas Street
  Liberty, MO    64068

General Information

1. Project name: Liberty Drive Trail Connector
2. City(ies), County(ies), State: City of Liberty, Clay County, Missouri
3. Routes, interchanges and/or intersections: Liberty Drive from Wilshire Boulevard to Midjay Drive
4. Primary project mode: Active Transportation 
5. Supplementary project mode(s): * Active Transportation )
The project will construction a multi use path that will connect two multi use paths that serve as recreation and transportation to surrounding middle schools and elementary schools.
6. Project Purpose: * System expansion (added capacity) )
7. Project sponsor: Andy Noll
8. Total budget in 2019 dollars: $325000
9. Project description: The path will serve as a connection between two multi use paths and will serve pedestrians and bicyclists to access an adjacent middle school and elementary school.
10. Scope: Bicycles and pedestrians will be served by the new 8 foot wide path that will
11. Project schedule: 2020 - 2025: Design & ROW acquisition 2025-2030: Utility relocations and construction

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Submitted comments

Jeff Watt said...

As Liberty grows walking trails are critical and Liberty Parks and Rec have been doing a great job in forward thinking. This connector would go a long way to bring many neighborhoods together and keep walkers off of the streets!

8/27/2019 10:58:56 AM

Catherine Franssens said...

Liberty definitely needs this path to connect the two areas and to provide safe access for those riding bikes and walking. It would also support new growth in the area!

8/27/2019 11:44:08 AM

Michele Poynter said...

This would be wonderful for the kids going to school, as well as those of us who walk the trails regularly.

8/27/2019 1:22:04 PM

Dan Vlamis said...

This would be great. Kids need a safe way to access the 2 middle schools. I have wanted this for a while. To help others wondering where, see,-94.4587708,17z

8/28/2019 3:52:13 PM

Carrie Wingo said...

This improvement is long overdue and will make it safe for pedestrians & cyclist. This same strip of road recently had a stop sign up for about one day. The congestion was too great to keep the stop sign which slowed the traffic flow. Thanks for your consideration to improve this area.

9/1/2019 10:08:23 PM


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