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Kansas City Council to Discuss Possible Two-Year Closure of Buck O’Neil Bridge

Tomorrow, Thursday April 13, the Kansas City Council will be getting an update on the current condition of the US 169 Buck O’Neil Bridge and how a proposed two year closure starting in 2019 will impact the region. The presentation might also discuss the bridge replacement and downtown freeway loop …

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Two bridges closed to traffic near West Bottoms

The Northland News

Two bridges on the northwest corner of the Downtown Loop are closed to through traffic as workers begin a $900,000 repair project to extend the life of both structures. The bridges, located along Woodswether Road near the Historic West Bottoms, cross over the Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe …

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Traffic Alert: Pavement Work Will Cause Road Closures on Route 1 in Clay County

The Northland News

Crews will close various lanes of northbound and southbound Route 1 between Route 152 and Northeast 64th St. nightly from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. through Friday, June 30 for full depth pavement repair work. Crews will work in the inside lanes of northbound and southbound Route 1, then switching …

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Traffic Alert: Work Will Cause Intermittent Traffic Stops on Route 10 in Excelsior Springs

CLAY COUNTY – Crews will intermittently stop eastbound and westbound traffic on Route 10 between Saratoga St. and Y highway from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily beginning Monday, April 3 and continuing through Monday, April 24 for sidewalk replacement work. No traffic delays expected. All work is weather dependent. …

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MoDOT Sees an Alarming Increase in Work Zone Crashes in Kansas City

MoDOT’s Kansas City District Office has seen an alarming number of work zone crashes in recent months. In the past six months, our maintenance crews from the Mulberry Maintenance facility alone have been involved in six work zone crashes. In those crashes, injuries to our maintenance workers have varied from …

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Traffic Alert: Pavement Work on I-29 Will Cause Lane Reduction in Platte County

The Northland News

PLATTE COUNTY – Crews will reduce various northbound and southbound lanes of I-29 between the Todd Creek Bridge and the Vivion Road Bridge from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. nightly beginning Monday, March 20 and continuing to Monday, May 1 for pavement repair work. All work is weather dependent. Motorists …

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Traffic Alert: Ramp Closures Added to Nighttime Pavement Repair Work along Interstate 29

The Northland News

Crews will intermittently close northbound and southbound exit ramps at Mexico City Avenue, I-435, Route 92, Route HH and Route 273 from 7:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. nightly beginning Thursday, March 16 and continuing through Friday, May 26 for pavement repair and overlay work. This work is part of a …

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Traffic Alert: Nighttime Pavement Repair Work is set to begin on I-29 in Platte County

The Northland News

PLATTE COUNTY – Motorists should prepare for possible delays as crews begin pavement repair work along northbound and southbound I-29 between I-435 and Route 273 beginning Wednesday, March 15 and continuing through May 26. Work will cause intermittent lane closures. All work will be during the nighttime hours of 7:30 …

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Vision for future of Broadway/O’Neil Bridge and I-70 North Loop begins to take shape

People share their priorities, expectations at kickoff meeting for “Beyond the Loop” About 160 people attended the kickoff meeting of the “Beyond the Loop” study on Thursday, Feb. 23, at the Central Branch of the Kansas City Public Library. Beyond the Loop is an 18-month planning study that will lay …

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Missouri Senator Dan Hegeman – Improving Worker Safety Along Missouri’s Roadways

Missouri State Senator Dan Hegeman represents parts of northern Clay County. For more information on our Opinion Section and why we publish these updates from legislators please click HERE. In 2002 state lawmakers passed the “Slow Down and Move Over” law to remind motorists to slow down and change lanes …

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