Lane and ramp closures on SB I-435 for bridge rehabilitation over Raytown Rd., June 20-21

New lane and ramp closures evening and overnight, June 20-21.

JACKSON COUNTY – Crews will continue bridge rehabilitation on the twin bridges on I-435 over Raytown Road. The following traffic configuration is in place.

NEW: Beginning at 9 p.m. on Thursday, June 20 until 6 a.m. on Friday, June 21 (approximately)

  • SB I-435 will be reduced to ONE lane
  • The ramp from EB I-70 to SB I-435 will be CLOSED


  • NB I-435 will have a two-lane closure before Raytown Rd. from ONGOING through mid-Aug. 2024.
  • SB I-435 will have a single lane closure over Raytown Rd. from ONGOING through Dec. 2024

Reminders for motorists traveling to the stadiums: Motorists will need to plan ahead, leave early and be vigilant of work in the area. Access to the stadiums from I-435 north may be impacted. Additional reminders will be shared on MoDOT KC social media channels and email alerts through the MoDOT E-Update system throughout construction.

Reminders for work at NB I-435 and Raytown Road/Stadium Dr.

  • Exit Ramp from NB I-435 to Raytown Road/Stadium Dr. will remain open.
  • Two lanes will remain open at all times.
    • I-435 traffic will be diverted onto the Raytown Rd./Stadium Dr. exit ramp and then back to I-435 via a temporary roadway between the ramp and NB I-435, in order to keep two lanes open at all times on NB I-435
  • Crews are working to finish NB I-435 construction ahead of the Kansas City Chiefs first preseason game.

Reminders for work at SB I-435 and Raytown Road/Stadium Dr.

  • Two lanes will remain open at all times.
  • All three lanes will be open before the SB I-435 and Raytown Road/Stadium Rd. entrance ramp.
  • SB I-435 construction will continue through Dec. 2024

In the coming months, motorists may notice traffic impacts on SB I-435 near the I-70 interchange and the NB I-435 traffic just north of Sni-A-Bar Rd as crews work to rehab the twin bridges. All work is weather permitting.

Motorists are reminded to slow down and pay attention while driving in work zones. Not all work zones look alike. Work zones can be moving operations, such as striping, patching or mowing. They can also be short term, temporary lane closures to make quick repairs or remove debris from the roadway.

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