Lane closures to clog I-35 until fall
By The Herald Staff | 7/24/2013
Commuters and other motorists heading to and from Kansas City this summer should expect delays.
The Kansas Department of Transportation announced Wednesday road work that is set to disrupt I-35 traffic from Monday through mid-September. The right lanes of northbound and southbound I-35 at Homestead Lane in Johnson County — the site of the new divergent diamond interchange servicing the Kansas City Logistics Park intermodal rail hub — are expected to be closed 24/7 for ramp tie-in work through early fall, KDOT said.
“Drivers should expect delays during peak commute times and should allow extra time for their daily commutes,” the agency said in a press release.