Crews successfully and without issue, demolished the old NE 53rd Terrace Bridge.
All closures and detours are no longer in effect.
However, all northbound and southbound lanes of I-435 at NE 53rd Terrace have been narrowed.
The roadway will remain that way until Monday, Sept. 27.
****Demolition of the NE 53rd Terrace bridge will soon get underway****
- Crews are expected to close all northbound and southbound I-435 traffic between the I-35 Interchange to Parvin Rd., beginning at 9:00 p.m. Friday, June 25 and will reopen by 5:00 a.m. Monday, June 28
- Crews will close the ramp from southbound I-35 to southbound I-435 (June 25-28)
- Crews will close the ramp from northbound I-35 to southbound I435 (June 25-28)
- Crews will close the ramp from Route 169 to southbound I-435 (June 25-28)
- Crews will close the ramp from 43rd St to northbound I-435 (June 25-28)
- Crews will close NE 53rd Terrace between Randolph Rd. to N. Richmond Ave. (June 25 through December 1)
Virtual (Online) Public Meeting
Welcome to the I-435 and NE 53rd Terrace Bridge replacement project virtual public meeting. Due to concerns with the spread of the COVID-19 virus, MoDOT KC is holding online public meetings only.
The 53rd Terrace Bridge virtual meeting will be available from Wednesday, Aug. 5 through the close of business on Wednesday, Aug. 19. The plan is to replace the bridge on 53rd Terrace over Interstate 435 in Kansas City, MO. The new bridge will include two-twelve foot lanes with four-foot shoulders and six foot sidewalk on the south side of the bridge.
The virtual public meeting is a way for those interested to see the plans for the new bridge and provide feedback.
New Bridge Impact
In order to safely place the new bridge decks in the shortest amount of time, the bridges will be closed to all traffic during construction. An exact date for the closures has not yet been determined. After a construction contract is awarded, the contractor will meet with MoDOT engineers and staff to determine the closure dates.
What is the time line for this project?
The project is anticipated to begin in Spring 2021 and is expected to be completed by the fall of 2021.
What will this project cost?
The construction cost is approximately $2.5 million dollars and is funded with MoDOT funding.
Public Meeting Displays/Maps
Preliminary plan: click here
Built in 1969 (52 years old)
It's a concrete voided slab bridge
Approximately 2,000 vehicles use daily
221' foot long
4 spans, 40'-72', 72'-37'
Bridge rendering: click here