Wolf Creek Parkway construction begins Monday
A slew of new construction projects in Basehor may delay some residents in their daily commute as the city begins three new projects on Monday, Sept. 16.
As part of the Wolf Creek Parkway construction project, which has an estimated cost of $2.5 million, crews will begin construction on 155th Street and 158th Street as they extend Wolf Creek Parkway between the two roads.
City Council agreed in August to award a contract to Miles Excavating for the Wolf Creek Parkway extension project. Miles Excavating offered a bid of $1,922,433.17 and beat out five other candidates.
The Wolf Creek parkway extension is designed to provide a connection between 155th and 158th streets that would allow Basehor drivers to move between the two streets without using the highway and also provide access to properties north of the highway in that area.
Below are details provided by the city of Basehor regarding the construction projects.
158th Street: Between US-24/40 to South of Garden Parkway
Beginning Monday, September 16, construction activities along 158th Street will commence. 158th Street from US-24/40 to south of Garden Parkway will be closed to through traffic.
During this initial phase of construction, motorists should utilize Parallel Road for access to 158th Street.
Access to Holy Field Winery will remain available from US-24/40. 158th Street from US-24/40 to south of Garden Parkway is scheduled to be completed and open for traffic on October 18th, 2013, weather permitting.
Wolf Creek Parkway: Between 155th St. to 158th St.
Beginning Monday, September 16, construction activities along the proposed Wolf Creek Parkway will commence and is scheduled to be completed on November 5, 2013, weather permitting.
155th Street: Between US-24/40 to Wolf Creek Parkway
Beginning Monday, October 7th, construction activities along the 155th Street will commence and is scheduled to be completed by December 2, 2013, weather permitting. 155th Street will not be closed to the traveling public during construction activities.
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