Summary of 119th Street and Pflumm Road Intersection

Olathe

Contact Information

Organization: Olathe
Contact person: Zachary Baker
Title: Traffic Engineer
Phone: 9139719009
E-mail: zdbaker@olatheks.org
Organization address: 1385 S. Robinson Drive
  Olathe, KS    66051


General Information

1. Project name: 119th Street and Pflumm Road Intersection
2. City(ies), County(ies), State: Olathe, Johnson County, Kansas
3. Routes, interchanges and/or intersections: 119th Street and Pflumm Road Intersection (Olathe MARC 2050 Submittal Project Number “97” in attached documents shapefile)
4. Primary project mode: Highway/roadway 
5. Supplementary project mode(s): * Freight * Transit )
119th Street is an arterial street that connects commercial and residential developments. 119th Street is a truck route. With an enhanced roadway system transit routes can be expanded.
6. Project Purpose: * System expansion (added capacity) * System preservation, rehabilitation or replacement * System operations and management )
7. Project sponsor: Mary Jaeger
mjaeger@olatheks.org
9139719029
8. Total budget in 2019 dollars: $2600000
9. Project description: (Approximately 0.2 mile) This project will include right turn lanes and dual left turn lanes for all legs of the intersection to address safety and capacity concerns in the area. Expected outcomes are added capacity, reduced and more reliable travel times, safer travel for all modes of transportation. This is a joint project between the City of Olathe and the City of Overland Park. The design and construction of the project will be administered by the City of Olathe. 52 accidents occurred at this intersection in 2016-2017 resulting in one of the higher crash rates of the Citys intersections. 45 of the crashes were rear end crashes. AADT is nearly 40,000 vehicles. The addition of turn lanes will improve safety at the intersection and reduce delays.
10. Scope: (Approximately 0.2 mile) This project will include right turn lanes and dual left turn lanes for all legs of the intersection to address safety and capacity concerns in the area. Expected outcomes are added capacity, reduced and more reliable travel times, safer travel for all modes of transportation.
11. Project schedule: Project is anticipated to be constructed between 2021-2030.

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