CLAY/JACKSON COUNTIES – Due to inclement weather, the Missouri Department of Transportation has rescheduled work and will make the following traffic changes as part of the Buck O’Neil/US 169 Missouri River Bridge replacement project. All work is weather dependent.

Crews will close the right lane of northbound I-35 at 12th from 9am until 3pm, Thursday, July 1 for geo-tech drilling work (collecting soil samples)

Crew will close the ramp from northbound I-35 to Broadway Blvd. from 9am until 3pm, Thursday, July 1 for geo-tech drilling work

This work was originally scheduled for Wednesday, June 30.

 Detour: Motorists will need to use the ramps on Main St. to access I-35.

 This is all part of constructing a new Buck O’Neil Bridge that can be reasonably maintained, while providing a safe, connected and accessible transportation facility that improves system performance.   

 

The new Missouri River Bridge will cost close to $220 million dollars to construct and expected to be completed by 2024.

 

The current Buck O’Neil Memorial Bridge is a triple arch bridge carrying U.S. Route 169 over the Missouri River, and serves as a key regional connection between downtown Kansas City and communities north of the river. While safe, the bridge is nearing the end of its projected service life.

 

Motorists are reminded to slow down and pay attention while driving in work zones. Not all work zones look alike. Work zones can be moving operations, such as striping, patching or mowing. They can also be short term, temporary lane closures to make quick repairs or remove debris from the roadway.

 

For more information about MoDOT news, projects or events, please visit our website at www.modot.org/kansascity. For instant updates, follow MoDOT_KC on Twitter, or share posts and comments on our Facebook at www.facebook.com/MoDOT.KansasCity. MoDOT Kansas City maintains more than 7,000 miles of state roadway in nine counties. Sign up online for workzone updates or call 888-ASK-MODOT (275-6636).

 

 



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