Summary of US 69 Highway Intersections


Project Number: 1463
Organization: Liberty
Project Name: US 69 Highway Intersections
City(ies), County(ies), State: City of Liberty, Clay County, Missouri
Routes, interchanges and/or intersections: US Route 69 between I-35 and Missouri 33 Highway
Primary Project Mode: Highway/roadway 
Supplementary Project Mode(s): * Freight * Highway/Roadway )
The construction of two new intersections on US 69 Highway will facilitate the construction of industrial areas and allow the access of of vehicles and trucks to the area. The location of a railroad line in the future industrial development will allow for the potential of railroad and truck services.
Project Purpose: * System operations and management )
Project Description: The project will construct two new intersections to serve industrial development with primary users being motorists who work in the area and freight hauled by trucks and trains.
Scope: The project will construction two intersections along US 69 Highway that will serve adjacent industrial development. US 69 Highway is a divided 4 lane highway and the minor roads are expected to be arterial 4 lane roadways. The intersections will be controlled by traffic signals.
Funding Source: MODOT
Total Budget in 2019 Dollars: $4,500,000
Decade: Illustrative
Application Score: 32
Constrained / Illustrative: Illustrative
Priority: Low
Adds Capacity: Yes

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Jeff Watt said...

As Ford expands and just in time suppliers are imperative to their operation, proximity to the assembly plant is crucial. As well Kansas City being central to the United States makes distribution and manufacturing opportunities attractive for this corridor. With I-35 and US 69 being Federally and State controlled/operated, cooperation and support from both is very important too. Especially with a railroad crossing this area and potential use of an entity, good highway access is a must too!

8/27/2019 1:31:03 PM

Michele Poynter said...

Better distribution of products and access to supplies are crucial for successful businesses. I can see this project being extremely beneficial to the community.

8/27/2019 2:13:50 PM


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