[Subscription required by original content provider] Motorists in southern Overland Park should be aware of a major road closure this weekend.
[Subscription required by original content provider] Several drivers, walkers and bikers in Overland Park can expect some changes in their commutes or walks this month.
[Subscription required by original content provider] Work on the highly anticipated U.S. 69 toll lane project through Overland Park is expected to come in different phases over the next several years, according to the Kansas Department of Transportation.
Construction has officially begun on the highly anticipated project to build express toll lanes on U.S. 69 Highway in Overland Park. State and city officials met at the Hilltop Conference Center on Thursday for an official groundbreaking ceremony to mark the beginning of what is expected to be a multi-year process to add toll lanes on the highway between 103rd and 151st streets.
The Overland Park City Council on Monday approved a proposal that will add $10 million to the city’s share of a project to add toll lanes to U.S. Highway 69.
The Overland Park City Council on Monday night will consider whether the city should take on an additional $10 million local funding obligation to fold 167th Street into the express toll lane project on U.S. Highway 69.
Federal money from a $715 billion infrastructure bill approved by the U.S. House Thursday could make the project to expand U.S. Highway 69 in Overland Park richer, if the measure survives an eventual Senate conference.
The Overland Park City Council on Monday night approved adding toll lanes to U.S. Highway 69, in a move aimed at easing congestion south of 103rd Street.
The deputy secretary of the Kansas Department of Transportation was in Overland Park Monday to make the state’s pitch for adding an express toll lane on U.S. Highway 69 as a way to address the frequent traffic congestion that’s expected to get worse as southern Johnson County continues to grow.