MO: kclCON Project


kclCON Project
Bond Bridge, Kansas City MO

This $245 million project improved driver safety and greatly reduced congestion in Kansas City by widening 4.7 miles of Interstate 29/Connections 35, the state’s most heavily traveled river crossing corridor. Construction began in April 2008 and was completed in December 2010, more than six months ahead of schedule.

This was MoDOT’s second design-build project and the single-largest highway contract awarded in the area. The project included a cable-stayed bridge and improved corridor aesthetics, reconstruction of five interchanges, 12 land bridges, and miles of retaining and sound walls.

 

MO: kcICON

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