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Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) officials are marking completion of Phase II of the state’s largest-ever highway project. Final cleanup is taking place on Johnson County Gateway Phase II, which has been under construction for more than two years at the convergence of Interstates 35 and 435 and K-10.
12.02.16 – Equipment World Better Roads – Phase 2 of JCG Project opens to improve congestion, safety
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and local officials recently held a ceremony recognizing the opening of the second phase of Johnson County Gateway project near Kansas City, a project aimed at relieving congesting and improving safety in the area.
Kansas and federal officials held a ceremonial ribbon-cutting Nov. 29 to mark substantial completion of the largest highway project in the history of the state Department of Transportation – a complex three-year, $288 million construction program called phase two of the Johnson County Gateway project.
The meeting of routes 35, 435 and K-10 is about to become a much more driver-friendly meeting as the Johnson County Gateway swings into full effect over the coming week.
Yesterday in Lenexa, officials celebrated a ribbon-cutting for the completion of the two-and-a-half year, $288 million project intended to make the convergence of I-35, I-435 and K-10 easier to navigate for the more than 230 thousand vehicles that travel the Gateway corridor each day and for the many more that are expected in the coming years.
Deputy Federal Highway Administrator David S. Kim today joined state and local officials to cut a ceremonial ribbon to open the Johnson County Gateway project’s second phase outside Kansas City, which includes two brand new interchanges linking Interstates 35 and 435 and state highway K-10. When completed, the project will relieve congestion and improve safety in the cities of Lenexa, Olathe and Overland Park.