The Overland Park City Council voted 10-2 on Monday to approve a joint proposal with the Kansas Department of Transportation to build express toll lanes going both directions on a busy stretch of U.S. 69 Highway.
After two decades contending with traffic congestion and high collision rates on the Overland Park stretch of the highway, KDOT proposed the solution at an Overland Park City Council meeting Monday night.
Johnson County drivers could pay $1.75 during peak times and 65 cents during non-peak times under an expansion plan that would add an express toll lane in each direction. Johnson…Read More
KCUR’s Morning Edition co-host Sam Zeff previews the April 20 public meeting with KDOT Deputy Secretary Lindsey Douglas.Read More
U.S. 69 is one of Kansas’ most congested highways and traffic volume is predicted to grow in coming years as Overland Park continues to expand. The notion of paying a…Read More