Summary of Tiffany Springs Parkway (now NE 96th) Complete Street Reconstruction

Kansas City, MO

Contact Information

Organization: Kansas City, MO
Contact person: Wes Minder
Title: Innovation Engineer
Phone: 816-513-6977
E-mail: wes.minder@kcmo.org
Organization address: 414 E. 12th Street
  Kansas City, MO    64106


General Information

1. Project name: Tiffany Springs Parkway (now NE 96th) Complete Street Reconstruction
2. City(ies), County(ies), State: City of Kansas City, MO, Clay County
3. Routes, interchanges and/or intersections: NE 96th Street between North Oak to Maplewoods Pkwy
4. Primary project mode: Highway/roadway 
5. Supplementary project mode(s): * Active Transportation * Bridge * Transit )
The project will reconstruct NE 96th Street between North Oak to Maplewoods Pkwy which is an unimproved two lane farm road and will rebuild it as an urban parkway with a two lane with turn lanes and turn lanes where appropriate. The new street will be an extension of the complete street called Tiffany Springs Parkway west of North Oak and connect to the complete street Maplewoods Parkway on the east end. Project will connect to an environmental justice tract and on ATA transit Route 237.
6. Project Purpose: * System preservation, rehabilitation or replacement )
7. Project sponsor: James Wang
james.wang@kcmo.org
816-513-7622
8. Total budget in 2019 dollars: $9372000
9. Project description: Project reconstructs the narrow two lane unimproved NE 96th Street between North Oak and Maplewoods Parkway to a two lane with landscaped median and turn lanes urban complete street Parkway. It will rebuild the corridor within existing right of way and add a ten foot multipurpose trail that will complete a missing gap from where the Tiffany Springs Parkway bike lanes and multi use trail terminates at North Oak. Project will connect to an environmental justice tract and on ATA transit Route 237.
10. Scope: Project reconstructs NE 96th Street which was a section line farm road which was paved and the project will rebuild the street and upgrade it to a two lane parkway with median and on-street bike lanes with a multi-use trail on the north side and a sidewalk on the south side. It will be designed to maintain the character of the area as desired by residents during the Gashland Nashua area planning process. Project will include constructing an urban complete street with sidewalks, streetlights, bike lanes, curbing, storm drainage system, and rebuilding three bridge culverts which have no side protection. The project will complete a gap in the bikeway trail system by completing a trail from the existing trail on Tiffany Springs Parkway and the existing trail on Maplewoods Parkway which connects to the Shoal Creek Trail
11. Project schedule: Project is estimated to start sometime between 2021 and 2030. A conceptual study has been completed and final plans are under contract.

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