highways

Government
5:00 am
Mon August 12, 2013

Commuter Landscape Changes In Southeast Kansas City Suburb

Credit GoogleEarth

Drivers navigating the heavily commuted interchange of Highways 350 and I-470 Monday morning will find a different landscape than they encountered  just before the weekend. 

Heavy concrete chippers spent the last two-and-a-half days taking down bridge decks.

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KC Currents
12:39 pm
Mon September 17, 2012

Kansas City Adds Another Interstate

You might have noticed a few changes while driving along US 71 Highway. For instance, you may have realized while traveling south that the sign for Grandview has been replaced with a sign for Joplin. This is but one of several changes that will take place over the next few months for US 71, which will soon become Interstate 49.

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Transportation
6:39 am
Mon June 11, 2012

I-70 Construction Detours Set To Start Mid-Week

MoDot

One of the heaviest-traveled Kansas City interstate highway connections will close on Wednesday morning, June 13th, after rush hours.

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KCUR News
5:37 pm
Thu July 1, 2010

Economic Toll Taken On Missouri Bridges, Highways

Jefferson City, MO – You won't see nearly as many bulldozers and paving trucks working to fix and expand Missouri highways. The upcoming five-year construction program approved today cuts away two thirds of what was spent last year.

What was approved by Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission barely has funds to take care of what's here now.

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KCUR News
4:10 pm
Thu June 10, 2010

The Drive Of A Lifetime

John Robinson watches odometer signal end of a distinctive journey.
photo by dan verbeck

Kansas City, MO – A Missouri man has just finished a task that has driven him for the last twelve years. He's traveled every mile of every state highway. He was on the last leg of the journey this week, up in Kansas City's Northland, on Missouri Route One. It's better known as Antioch Road in Clay County. KCUR's Dan Verbeck was in the passenger seat and filed this account.

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