April 15, 2009
KDOT's plan for the interchange at Interstate 70 and Kansas Highway 7.
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So far during the construction of the new northwest and southwest ramps of Interstate 70 and Kansas Highway 7, about 292,000 cubic yards of soil has been placed.
The Mid-America Regional Council is organizing an effort to direct development along Kansas Highway 7 as it turns into a freeway in the hopes that it will maximize the quality and benefits of future development.
Kansas Department of Transportation’s response to a letter regarding its design for the Kansas Highway 7 and Interstate 70 interchange hasn’t assuaged the Bonner Springs City Council one bit.
Public meeting to be Tuesday night at Bonner Springs High School
Both the concept and preliminary design propose to change the current configuration from a single interchange to three new interchanges that are designed to work together as one complete system.