alertJohnson County Gateway Phase 2 Construction is now complete. Be aware of additional lane closures as other construction projects begin.

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Short Term Closures

With all lane, road and ramp closures expect some level of traffic delay.  ALL WORK IS WEATHER PERMITTING!

ALL INFORMATION FOR CONSTRUCTION WORK ON  U.S 69 & I-435 and K-10 WEST OF RIDGEVIEW ROAD CAN BE FOUND ON THE KDOT WEBSITE:

www.ksdot.org/kcmetro/laneclose.asp.

I-435 & Lackman Road

No current traffic impacts.

I-435 Eastbound & Westbound, Northbound & Southbound

Saturday, May 06, 2017

No current traffic impacts

 

I-35 Northbound & Southbound

 

No current traffic impacts.

 

I-35 & 95th Street Interchange

No current traffic impacts.

K-10 Eastbound and Westbound

No current traffic impacts.

 

K-10 & Renner Boulevard Interchange

No traffic impacts scheduled at this time.

K-10 & Ridgeview Road Interchange

No traffic impacts scheduled at this time.

College Boulevard

No traffic impacts at this time.

 

ALL INFORMATION FOR CONSTRUCTION WORK ON K-10 WEST OF RIDGEVIEW ROAD CAN BE FOUND ON THE KDOT WEBSITE:  www.ksdot.org/kcmetro/laneclose.asp.

Traffic will be directed through the project work zone via signage and cones. Drivers should expect some delays through the project work zone during the lane and ramp closures. For full traffic alerts, click on the link below.

Updated daily traffic information for this interchange project can be viewed at: www.jocogateway.com and for the entire Kansas Metro Area at: www.ksdot.org/kcmetro/laneclose.asp.

The Kansas Department of Transportation urges all motorists to be alert, obey the warning signs, and “Give ‘Em a Brake!” when approaching and driving through the project work zone.

JoCo Gateway Project to Address Bridge Approach Settling Issue Update – NOW COMPLETED!

SPECIAL PROJECT ADVISORY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

February 9, 2017

News Contact:  Kimberly Qualls, (785) 640-9340 or kimberly.qualls@ks.gov

The Johnson County Gateway Project improved the I-435/I-35/K-10 interchange area by constructing or rehabilitating a total of 27 bridges. On several of the bridge approaches, there had been settlement leading up to the bridges. As of Wednesday morning, February 8, 2017 all bridge approach pavement repair work has been completed throughout the Johnson County Gateway project limits. ,

Since mid-November 2016, crews have been completing work during nighttime hours to correct the settlement issues. A specialized company called, URETEK, performed the work in collaboration with GIC. Repairs included injecting a polymer into the ground beneath the pavement areas that have settled. This special polymer reacts with the foundation materials restoring their load-bearing capacity while raising the roadway back to the proper level.

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What’s left to do on the #JoCoGateway Project? Answer: Some minor finishing tasks. As weather permits, there will be some random daily lane closures throughout the project, so that crews can complete such tasks as the addition of permanent pavement markings of highway icon shields, painting of barrier walls, erosion control and sign work. All finishing work for the #joccogateway project is scheduled to be completed by late April 2017, weather permitting.

As always, we will provide advance notice for these random lane closures. Updated daily traffic information for the #jocogateway interchange project can be viewed at: www.ksdot.org/kcmetro/laneclose.asp.

The Kansas Department of Transportation and GIC urge all motorists to be alert, take it slow, obey the warning signs, and “Give ‘Em a Brake!” when approaching and driving through the project work zone.

 

Johnson County Gateway Project FULL OPENING UPDATE

TRAFFIC ALERT

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

December 9, 2016

News Contact:    Kimberly Qualls, (785) 640-9340 or kimberly.qualls@ks.gov

 

Johnson County Gateway Project FULL OPENING UPDATE

 

GOOD NEWS! ALL CLOSURES FULLY OPENING by Monday, December 12!  Over the weekend, GIC crews will complete permanent pavement marking work throughout the interchange area and if they are successful, by 5 a.m. on Monday, December 12, weather permitting, the following movements will FULLY OPEN to traffic.

 

  • Westbound I-435 to southbound I-35 flyover ramp will fully open to two lanes
  • Eastbound I-435 to northbound I-35 flyover ramp will fully open to two lanes
  • Eastbound I-435 to southbound I-35 ramp will fully open to two lanes
  • All lanes of eastbound I-435 at I-35 will fully open

 

Here’s what this means for drivers:  All movements at the Johnson County Gateway Project will be FULLY OPEN to all traffic, after 2.5 years of ongoing construction. There will still be daily lane closures as crews continue to complete finishing work throughout the project.

 

Updated daily traffic information for the #jocogateway interchange project can be viewed at: www.jocogateway.com and for the entire Kansas City Metro Area at: www.ksdot.org/kcmetro/laneclose.asp.

 

The Kansas Department of Transportation urges all motorists to be alert, take it slow, obey the warning signs, and “Give ‘Em a Brake!” when approaching and driving through the project work zone.

 

Overall #jocogateway Phase Two Project work is scheduled to be completed in December 2016. (KDOT Project #435-46 KA-1002-06)

 

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November 2016 Final Project Update: Project Completed

The Kansas Department of Transportation’s Johnson County Gateway Phase 2 Project is now substantially complete!  Read more about the 2016 work and the entire project in the latest, and last project factsheet.

See some of the amazing facts and figures regarding the Johnson County Gateway Project.

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Final Milestone Celebrated on Mega Johnson County Gateway Project

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Nov. 29, 2016

News Contact:    Kimberly Qualls, (785) 640-9340 or kimberly.qualls@ks.gov

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The ribbon was officially cut today on the mega project by distinguished event speakers
(from left to right in photo above):
KDOT Acting Secretary Richard Carlson;
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback; Kansas Lt. Governor Jeff Colyer; FHWA Deputy Administrator David Kim;
Johnson County Commissioner Ed Eilert; City of Lenexa Mayor Mike Boehm; City of Olathe Mayor Mike Copeland; and Gateway Interchange Constructors Bill Clarkson.


NEW!! #JoCoGateway Project video shown at today’s celebration event located here: https://youtu.be/eEtFAz3EkKk

See attached November 2016 #JoCoGateway Project Update.

 

Final Milestone Celebrated on Mega
Johnson County Gateway Project

The large, complex Johnson County Gateway project, expected to fully open early next week, was celebrated by local, state and federal officials today in Lenexa.

The ribbon-cutting at Crowne Plaza Hotel marked the substantial completion of Kansas’ first design-build project. The $288 million Gateway has been under construction for 2½ years at the convergence of Interstates 35 and 435 and K-10.

“The Gateway project will be a means of improved travel for tens of thousands of commuters. With the addition of 56 new highway lane miles and more than 27 new and rehabbed bridges, the project provides a conduit for increased economic development, safe travel and the movement of freight,” said Gov. Sam Brownback.

The Gateway is the state’s first major design-build project, a construction method authorized under the T-WORKS transportation program. Under this approach, the design-build team works under a single contract with the project owner to provide design and construction services. This differs from the traditional design-bid-build method.

KDOT, along with the project management consultant team from HNTB, worked with Gateway Interchange Constructors, the design-builders who constructed the complex expansion project. GIC is a joint venture led by Kansas City, Mo.-based Clarkson Construction Co., which partnered with Kiewit Infrastructure Co. Additional key members of the team included design firms HDR Engineering and George Butler Associates.

“The design-build contracting approach allows states to deliver projects more quickly and more cost-effectively,” FHWA Deputy Administrator David S. Kim said. “Through our Every Day Counts initiative, the FHWA encourages innovations such as design build that save time and money for U.S. taxpayers.”

More than 230,000 vehicles travel the Gateway corridor daily.

“With the number of vehicles expected to grow to 380,000 by 2040, drivers will now experience commutes with improved efficiency, decreased travel delays and safer travel through the I-435/I-35/K-10 interchange,” said Acting Transportation Secretary Richard Carlson.

For more information, visit the project website: jocogateway.com or contact Kimberly Qualls, Northeast Kansas Public Affairs Manager, at (785) 640-9340 or kimberly.qualls@ks.gov.

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