Summary of Tiffany Springs Parkway between I-29 and US 169

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 between I-29 and US 169
2. City(ies), County(ies), State: Kansas City, Platte County, MO
3. Routes, interchanges and/or intersections: Tiffany Springs Parkway from I-29 to Platte Purchase Drive which includes existing Tiffany Springs Parkway corridor and NW 100th Street
4. Primary project mode: Highway/roadway 
5. Supplementary project mode(s): * Active Transportation * Bridge * Transit )
The project will add sidewalks and multi-use trail along the built section of Tiffany Springs Parkway and upgrades the existing 100th Street corridor which is a narrow, one lane farm road to a four lane urban complete street Parkway with a median from I-29 to Platte Purchase Drive. Project also improves existing culvert bridges to provide for sidewalks and multi-use trail where none exist over those culvert bridges where none exist today. Project connects to ATA transit Route 229 by adding sidewalks and mutli-use trail along existing corridor where no non-motorized facilities exist today.
6. Project Purpose: * System expansion (added capacity) * System preservation, rehabilitation or replacement * System operations and management )
7. Project sponsor: James Wang
Jamew.wang@kcmo.org
816-513-7622
8. Total budget in 2019 dollars: $31800000
9. Project description: Complete street reconstruction of the existing streets in the Twin Creeks area such as NW 100th Street to a modern complete street parkway which will become Tiffany Springs Parkway. The project will also upgrade the existing parts of the corridor to a complete street with sidewalks and a multi-purpose trail. Project will provide a sidewalk on one side of the street, a ten foot multi-purpose path on the other, a four lane grass median divided parkway with turn lanes as necessary and on-street bike facilities. The project will connect the residents of the Twin Creeks area to the I-29 and KCI jobs corridor, Platte Purchase Park, and the Second Creek Trail. Project will include proper street lighting necessary for an urban area, transit stops for future transit service, and storm water mitigation.
10. Scope: Complete street reconstruction of the existing streets in the Twin Creeks area such as NW 100th Street to a modern complete street parkway which will become Tiffany Springs Parkway. The project will also upgrade the existing parts of the corridor to a complete street with sidewalks and a multi-purpose trail. Project will provide a sidewalk on one side of the street, a ten foot multi-purpose path on the other, a four lane grass median divided parkway with turn lanes as necessary and on-street bike facilities. The project will connect the residents of the Twin Creeks area to the I-29 and KCI jobs corridor, Platte Purchase Park, and the Second Creek Trail. Project will include proper street lighting necessary for an urban area, transit stops for future transit service, and storm water mitigation.
11. Project schedule: Project is estimated to start sometime between 2031 and 2040. Pre-design has been completed on the Kansas City section.

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