Kansas City District Flood Information

Due to all the recent rain, there are many flooded and closed state routes in the Kansas City region, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation. Motorists should be alert to local forecasts and emergency communications and realize that conditions can change rapidly. All complete and partial road closures are listed below and shown on the MoDOT Traveler Information Map. Visitors can also call 1-888-275-6636 (Ask MoDOT) to speak to a customer service representative or get a text report of the flooded areas on the map http://traveler.modot.org/report/modottext.aspx?type=flood

State Route E -  CASS COUNTY - CLOSED 

Big Creek
Flooding reported beginning .017 mile(s) after CST STRUZICK RD E, ending .007 mile(s) before CRD REYNOLDS RD S.
Road closed since 07/05/2019.

NOTES: Use alt route.

Image removed.State Route E -  CASS COUNTY - CLOSED 

Big Creek
Flooding reported beginning .007 mile(s) after CRD REYNOLDS RD S, ending .017 mile(s) before CST STRUZICK RD E.
Road closed since 07/05/2019.

NOTES: Use alt route.

Image removed.State Route K -  CASS COUNTY - CLOSED 

Flooding reported beginning .037 mile(s) after CRD 235TH ST E, ending .012 mile(s) before CRD E 245TH ST E.
Road closed since 07/05/2019.

Image removed.State Route K -  CASS COUNTY - CLOSED 

Flooding reported beginning .012 mile(s) after CRD E 245TH ST E, ending .037 mile(s) before CRD 235TH ST E.
Road closed since 07/05/2019.

Image removed.State Route 23 -  JOHNSON COUNTY - CLOSED 

Blackwater
Flooding reported beginning .003 mile(s) after CRD NE 1125 RD E, ending .039 mile(s) before CRD 950 E.
Road closed since 07/05/2019.

NOTES: Use alt route.

Image removed.State Route 23 -  JOHNSON COUNTY - CLOSED 

Blackwater
Flooding reported beginning .039 mile(s) after CRD 950 E, ending .003 mile(s) before CRD NE 1125 RD E.
Road closed since 07/05/2019.

NOTES: Use alt route.

Image removed.State Route 224 -  LAFAYETTE COUNTY - CLOSED 

Missouri River
Flooding reported beginning .004 mile(s) after CRD GIBLIN HILL RD S, ending .003 mile(s) after CST HIGHLAND AVE E.
Road closed since 05/18/2019.

Image removed.State Route 224 -  LAFAYETTE COUNTY - CLOSED 

Flooding reported beginning .113 mile(s) after CST FIRST ST S, ending .398 mile(s) before PVT MFA S.
Road closed since 05/21/2019.

Image removed.State Route 224 -  LAFAYETTE COUNTY - CLOSED 

Flooding reported beginning .398 mile(s) after PVT MFA S, ending .113 mile(s) before CST FIRST ST S.
Road closed since 05/21/2019.

Image removed.State Route 224 -  LAFAYETTE COUNTY - CLOSED 

Missouri River
Flooding reported beginning .003 mile(s) before CST HIGHLAND AVE E, ending .004 mile(s) before CRD GIBLIN HILL RD S.
Road closed since 05/18/2019.

Image removed.US 65 -  LAFAYETTE COUNTY - CLOSED 

Missouri River
Flooding reported beginning .013 mile(s) before US 24 E, ending .011 mile(s) after US 24 W.
Road closed since 05/25/2019.

Image removed.State Route 10 -  RAY COUNTY - CLOSED 

Flooding reported beginning .008 mile(s) before CRD 101 S, ending .023 mile(s) after RT FF S.
Road closed since 06/03/2019.

Image removed.State Route CC -  RAY COUNTY - CLOSED 

Flooding reported beginning CRD PRYOR RD S, ending RT J S.
Road closed since 06/24/2019.

NOTES: Route CC closed due to flooding.

Image removed.State Route CC -  RAY COUNTY - CLOSED 

Flooding reported beginning RT J S, ending CRD PRYOR RD S.
Road closed since 06/24/2019.

NOTES: Route CC closed due to flooding.

Image removed.State Route J -  RAY COUNTY - CLOSED 

Flooding reported beginning .018 mile(s) after MO 13 N, ending .051 mile(s) before MO 10 E.
Road closed since 05/31/2019.

NOTES: Rt J from 13 to Hardin is closed due to flooding

Image removed.State Route J -  RAY COUNTY - CLOSED 

Flooding reported beginning .051 mile(s) after MO 10 E, ending .018 mile(s) before MO 13 N.
Road closed since 05/31/2019.

NOTES: Rt J from 13 to Hardin is closed due to flooding

Image removed.State Route 240 -  SALINE COUNTY - CLOSED 


Road closed since 05/24/2019.

NOTES: Missouri River

Image removed.State Route 240 -  SALINE COUNTY - CLOSED 


Road closed since 05/24/2019.

NOTES: Missouri River

Image removed.State Route 41 -  SALINE COUNTY - CLOSED 

Missouri River
Flooding reported beginning .18 mile(s) after RT F E, ending US 24 E.
Road closed since 05/31/2019.

NOTES: MO 41 closed due to flooding. Use Alt Route.

Image removed.Outer Road 70 -  SALINE COUNTY - CLOSED 

Davis Creek
Flooding reported beginning .159 mile(s) after RP IS70E TO MO127 E, ending .968 mile(s) after RP IS70E TO MO127 E.
Road closed since 07/08/2019.

NOTES: water over road

Image removed.Outer Road 70 -  SALINE COUNTY - CLOSED 

Davis Creek
Flooding reported beginning .968 mile(s) before RP IS70E TO MO127 E, ending .159 mile(s) before RP IS70E TO MO127 E.
Road closed since 07/08/2019.

NOTES: water over road

 

Moving barricades or driving over flooded roads could be deadly. With flooding impacting roads and bridges across the state, the Missouri Department of Transportation wants to remind travelers to pay attention to all posted signs.

Travelers should heed barricades barring travel across flooded roads. Several water rescues have already occurred across the state. Almost all of them could have been avoided if the driver had not attempted to cross a flooded route.

According to the National Weather Service, it takes just 12 inches of rushing water to carry away a small car, while 2 feet of rushing water can carry away almost any vehicle. It is NEVER safe to drive or walk into flood waters. Downed power lines, hidden debris or one false step can lead to injury or even death.

With more rain forecast across the state for the next few days, MoDOT advises all travelers check the Traveler Information Map at www.modot.org before heading out, even if your current location appears not to be affected by flooding.  You can also call 1-888-275-6636 (Ask MoDOT) to talk to a MoDOT customer service representative 24-hours a day.

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