Summary of Highway 152 Extension to Leavenworth County

Leavenworth County

Contact Information

Organization: Leavenworth County
Contact person: Mitch Pleak
Title:
Phone: 913.748.2503
E-mail: mpleak@olsson.com
Organization address: 7301 W. 133rd Street, Suite 200
  Overland Park, KS    66213


General Information

1. Project name: Highway 152 Extension to Leavenworth County
2. City(ies), County(ies), State: City of Parkville, Missouri Platte County, Missouri City of Lansing, Kansas Leavenworth County, Kansas
3. Routes, interchanges and/or intersections: From the interchange at Interstate 435 and Hwy 152, Hwy 152 would extend (4 lane divided) west to K-7 located in Leavenworth County, Kansas. Project will include a new bridge over the Missouri River.
4. Primary project mode: Highway/roadway 
5. Supplementary project mode(s): * Active Transportation * Bridge * Freight * Highway/Roadway )
The project will provide a new connection from Leavenworth County to Platte County. The proposed project will provide an alternate route for freight, motorists, and commerce between the two Counties. Improvements will include both pedestrian and bike modes.
6. Project Purpose: * System expansion (added capacity) )
7. Project sponsor: Leavenworth Board of County Commissioners Attn: Lauren Anderson
LAnderson@leavenworthcounty.gov
913.684.0471
8. Total budget in 2019 dollars: $288000000
9. Project description: The intent of the project is to provide an expansion of Hwy 152 to Leavenworth County. The project will include roadway and bridge expansion. Improvements will include both pedestrian and bike modes. The primary users will be motorists and frieght.
10. Scope: Travel modes include freight, motorists, pedestrians and bicycle modes between Leavenworth County and Platte County. The system expansion includes approximately 8 miles of improvements. Major activities included 4 lane highway expansion and a bridge over the Missiouri Rivier. Expected outcomes included 1) Shorter travel time for freight and motorists between the two counties, 2) Spur regional economies, 3) General growth, and 4) pedestrian/bicycle modes between State lines.
11. Project schedule:

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