Public input requested for ADA improvements project in Cass County now through June 30


CASS COUNTY – MoDOT Kansas City is seeking public input regarding an ADA improvements project along various routes in Cass County. In order to make these improvements, additional right of way may be required, including a portion of South Street Park at the intersection of Independence Ave. and South Street in Harrisonville. This project would bring existing pedestrian facilities up to ADA standards to satisfy the AD Transition Plan. For more information, to view plans, and see the specific routes, please visit the project webpage.

This project is scheduled to let in March 2024 and begin construction that following spring. Anticipated completion is currently scheduled for Fall 2024. Motorists may experience various lane closures along the impacted routes during construction.

Those interested in learning more, asking questions, and/or leave comments about the project plans may do so on the project webpage now through June 30. For those who cannot access the online information, materials are available by request at the MoDOT district office located at 600 NE Colbern Rd. in Lee’s Summit, MO. Customers may contact Project Manager Christopher West by calling 816-607-2211 or e-mail at  

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