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95th Street and I-35 Diverging Diamond Interchange NOW OPEN AS OF WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17
The 95th Street and I-35 Interchange was closed from February 21 through August 17, 2016 and was rebuilt as a Diverging Diamond Interchange. In order to do that most efficiently, the entire interchange and some surrounding streets were closed for six months. All ramps to and from I-35 and 95th Street from Noland Road to Monrovia Street were closed. The colored map above shows the general sequence for construction activities, but is weather dependent.
Portions of Marshall Drive and Lenexa Drive on either side of I-35 were closed through June. Underpasses will be added on Marshall Drive and Lenexa Drive to allow traffic to flow independently from 95th Street interchange traffic. Construction to convert Bradshaw Street and Gillette Street into cul-de-sacs started in January and were completed by June 2016.
The new layout will make it easier to access the interstate, get to area businesses and travel through the area. The reconstruction and improvements also include adding sidewalks, pedestrian crossings and new lighting. Utility relocation along 95th Street, Marshall Drive and Lenexa Drive has already started. See the orange map above for new traffic patterns. Click here to view a traffic flow map for the west side of the interchange.
There were marked detours in place as noted below.