These renderings are conceptual only.

Blue Valley Parkway Movements Facing North

Looking northeast, this graphic depicts the traffic movements that will be available when the new U.S. 69/Blue Valley Parkway interchange is complete. New flyover ramps will take travelers to and from Blue Valley Parkway and connect directly to the new express lanes. This configuration replaces the non-traditional left-hand entrance on southbound U.S. 69 with a traditional right hand entrance. There will also be a continuous auxiliary lane from 119th Street to 135th Street along southbound U.S. 69.

U.S. 69 and I-435

Looking northwest, this rendering illustrates the improvements at the I-435 and U.S. 69 interchange. The improvements include reconstruction and widening of U.S. 69 and replacement of the U.S. 69 bridges over I-435. The Express Lanes will continue through this interchange north to 103rd Street.

U.S. 69 and Blue Valley Parkway

Looking north-northwest, this rendering illustrates the improvements the project will make to U.S. 69 and the Blue Valley Parkway interchange. This view shows the reconfiguration of the Blue Valley Parkway ramps and reconstruction of U.S. 69. The project will fix the existing southbound left entrance from Blue Valley Parkway, moving it to a more traditional right entrance. At the bottom right is a typical layout for accessing the Express Lane. The rendering shows the ramps that will provide direct access to enter and exit Blue Valley Parkway from the Express Lanes.

U.S. 69 and 135th Street

Looking northeast, this view shows the improvements that will be implemented at the 135th Street and U.S. 69 interchange. The improvements include reconstruction and widening of U.S. 69, replacement of several bridges, widening of 135th Street and additional turn lane on-ramps to reduce congestion in the interchange.

U.S. 69 and 167th Street

This “dog bone” shape has two roundabouts in order to address the growth taking place for the City of Overland Park with new developments near this interchange.