Virtual Public Information Opportunities to Learn About Improvement Plans for U.S. 69

The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT), the Kansas Turnpike Authority (KTA) and the City of Overland Park recently hosted a Live Virtual Meeting and a Virtual Open House to provide more information about the U.S. 69 Expansion Project. The Project is an in-depth study of how best to improve public safety, reduce congestion and increase travel time reliability along U.S. 69, including evaluating if an express toll lane option is a solution for this corridor.

With health and safety in mind, the Live Public Meeting and the Open House will be held virtually. The Public Meeting includes a presentation and Q&A opportunities. Members of the public also may attend the Virtual Open House at their convenience to view meeting materials and provide questions and comments through an online form that will go directly to the Project team, and they will respond as needed.

Both opportunities will provide the same content including Project background, Project purpose and need, the study process, express toll lanes concept, public engagement opportunities and schedule.

If you have questions, need special assistance or accommodation, or would like to request a hard copy version, please contact Kelsey Heavin at 816.527.2468 or kheavin@hntb.com.

VIRTUAL INFORMATIONAL OPEN HOUSE

Visit the Virtual Open House at your convenience to learn more about the U.S. 69 Corridor Modernization and Expansion Project. In the Open House, you’ll see information on the Project overview and study process, Project background, environmental process and funding and community partnership.

If you have questions, need special assistance or accommodation, or would like to request a hard copy version, please contact kheavin@hntb.com or call 816.527.2468.

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