Public Hearing for New Diverging Diamond Interchange at Interstate 435 and Route 210 in Kansas City
KANSAS CITY – The public is invited to offer comments on preliminary plans to improve safety, move traffic more efficiently, and alleviate congestion at the I-435 and Route 210 Interchange. The Missouri Department of Transportation is hosting an open-house public hearing on Thursday, Jan. 30 from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Maple Room at the Holiday Inn-Kansas City Northeast, 7333 Parvin Road, Kansas City, Mo. to gather public input regarding the location and design for the proposed project.
This open-house style hearing will share with the public preliminary plans to convert the current I-435 and Route 210 Interchange into a Diverging Diamond Interchange; replace the two I-435 bridges over Route 210; and add an additional through lane on I-435 in the project area. Potential right of way impacts to property will also be available.
Anyone interested is encouraged to drop by the meeting anytime during the posted hours to talk to MoDOT engineers and offer comments. Those unable to attend can view the displays and offer comments through an online public meeting at www.modot.org/kc beginning January 30. Comments will be accepted through February 13.
For further information about this project and others, please visit MoDOT’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/modot.kansascity, or Twitter site at www.twitter.com/modot_kc. You can also contact MoDOT 24 hours-a-day at 888-ASK-MODOT, 275-6636 to find out information or report road concerns.