Summary of N. Oak Trafficway 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: N. Oak Trafficway Complete Street Improvements
2. City(ies), County(ies), State: Gladstone, Clay County, MO Project application is for Gladstone only, however, full project is multi-jurisditional and includes Gladstone, KCMO, NKC, and MoDOT.
3. Routes, interchanges and/or intersections: N. Oak Trafficway - NE Englewood Road to NE 77th Street (north City limits)
4. Primary project mode: Highway/roadway Active Transportation
5. Supplementary project mode(s): * Active Transportation * Freight * Highway/Roadway * Transit )
Project was selected for PSP funding. Analysis will include new sidewalks, bike facilities, KCATA transit expansion, light rail, limited freight movement, pavement condition, and potential for a road diet to further accommodate other uses and facilitate context sensitive street design.
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: $16000000
9. Project description: Project will include new sidewalks, bike facilities, traffic signal upgrades, and new asphalt pavement to serve all users. City will evaluate the potential of a road diet to further accommodate bike lanes and reduce costs at intersections. Improves access to transit facilities.
10. Scope: New sidewalks and bike facilities, traffic and pedestrian signal upgrades, transit amenities including the potential for KCATA BRT expansion, potential for light rail and street car expansion, landscaping, and other amenities. Total Project Length = 15,000
11. Project schedule: 1. Study Corridor - 2020 2. Design/Acquistion - 2025 3. Construction - 2030

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James Gorham said...

North Oak is the spine of the Northland. This project would not encourage suburban sprawl, but enhance an established community.

7/9/2019 8:08:27 PM


Arnold Nguyen said...

North Oak is a heavily used north-south route in the Northland. Connectivity for bikes and pedestrians needs improvement. Traffic signals for vehicles and bike/ped needs to be upgraded to satisfy ADA, current MUTCD, and future transit standards.

8/16/2019 4:18:48 PM


Jacob Lowe said...

N Oak Trafficway is the "Main Street" of the Northland and it should look/be built like it is. This project is so important to the Northland as a whole and should be built as soon as is possible!

8/18/2019 2:49:14 PM


Greg Strasser said...

I attended the open house at the Community Center and did not see much that justified the expense. I am a biker, but reducing the number of lanes to accommodate bikes seems inappropriate. If we want to improve it, widen it. I realize that entails more cost to acquire right of way, but feel that would be better spent than reducing lanes.

9/4/2019 3:22:47 PM


Greg Strasser said...

Will it benefit the businesses along the street? Will people be more likely to come shop there? Or will it just enable people to travel through Gladstone more quickly?

9/4/2019 4:40:31 PM


Maggie Nurrenbern said...

N. Oak is the "Main Street" and spine of the Northland as James and Jacob noted. Our aging N-S route is not only putting our families at risk, but it’s also preventing economic growth.

9/10/2019 8:25:28 AM


Katie Middleton said...

Love the idea of making room for light rail through Gladstone.

9/23/2019 4:21:06 PM


 


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