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CONTACT: Colleen Doctorian, 816-513-0232

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Dec. 27, 2010

    Lane closures on North Oak Trafficway at I-29 Interchange begin Jan. 3 for construction of Arrowhead Transmission Main Project- Phase 2

    As part of the installation of the 54-inch Arrowhead Water Transmission Main Project, lane closures along North Oak Trafficway at the I-29 Interchange will begin the week of Jan. 3 in three stages.

    For Stage 1, from Jan. 3-9, the ramp from southbound I-29 to southbound North Oak Trafficway will be closed.

    For Stage 2, from Jan. 10-24, the southbound lanes of North Oak Trafficway between Vivion Road and north of the southbound off ramp from I-29 will be closed. The ramp from southbound North Oak Trafficway to southbound I-29 will be closed. The ramp from southbound I-29 to southbound North OakTrafficway will be open.

    For Stage 3, from Jan. 24-31, the southbound lanes of North Oak Trafficway between Vivion Road and the southbound off ramp from I-29 will be closed. In addition, the northbound lanes of North Oak Trafficway will be closed south of Vivion Road. The following ramps will be closed: from southbound I-29 to northbound North Oak Trafficway; from southbound North Oak Trafficway to southbound I-29; and from northbound I-29 to northbound North Oak Trafficway. The following ramps will be open: from southbound I-29 to southbound North Oak Trafficway; from northbound North Oak Trafficway to southbound I-29; and from northbound North Oak Trafficway to northbound I-29.

    This $10.8 million project includes the installation of two miles of 54-inch water transmission main along North Oak Trafficway from Kansas City’s water treatment plant at 9 Highway and North Oak Trafficway to Northeast Vivion Road. The new transmission main will increase capacity for the Northland to accommodate growth and improve system reliability.

    Construction started in the spring of 2010 and is expected to be completed in spring 2012. Traffic control signs will be installed in advance of construction, and the work zone speed limit will be 30 mph.

    This schedule is subject to change. Traffic delays are expected. Motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes.

    For more information on the project, lane closures and detour maps, visit our website at www.kcmo.org/water.

    The Kansas City, Mo. Water Services Department maintains and operates drinking water treatment and distribution systems, storm water management and control systems and wastewater collection and treatment systems for residential and business customers in the Kansas City region. Operation is funded entirely by fees charged to customers based on their use of products and services, not by taxes.

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City News Releases - 2010
 

 
 
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