K-10 Corridor Capacity Improvements in Johnson County - April 16

April 15 Open House for K-10 Corridor Capacity Improvements in Johnson County

Date - April 16, 2024

Time - 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Location - De Soto High School Student Union (35000 W. 91st St. De Soto, KS 66018

Public Comment Period - April 16, 2024 to May 19, 2024

KDOT hosted an open house to discuss more about the K-10 Corridor Project updates, corridor design alternatives and to gather public input on Tuesday, April 16, at De Soto High School Student Union (35000 W. 91st St. De Soto, KS 66018). The public was welcome to stop by anytime between 5 and 7 p.m. to learn more about the project and provide feedback. No formal presentation was made.

There were two opportunities to attend. Both events shared the same project information. Details about the other meeting can be found on the Thursday, April 18 meeting page.

To request meeting information in alternative languages or accessible formats, or a hard copy version of meeting materials following the open houses, contact Moriana Jaco at 816-527-2174 (7-1-1 for hearing access) or mjaco@hntb.com. Please make requests five days ahead of event.

About the Project

The K-10 Corridor Capacity Improvements Project was announced in December 2021 as part of the Kansas Department of Transportation’s Eisenhower Legacy Transportation Program (IKE).

The K-10 corridor is a 16.5-mile stretch of state highway from the Douglas/Johnson County Line to I-435 in Johnson County, Kansas. Spanning the cities of DeSoto, Lenexa and Olathe, the corridor supports existing and future redevelopment in eastern Kansas and the Kansas City metropolitan area. Major educational institutions, industrial areas, new high-tech businesses, office and commercial sites and residential areas are located along this corridor.

More info on the K-10 Corridor Website »  

Who to Contact

Steven Cross, P.E.
KDOT Project Manager

Delaney Tholen

KDOT Metro Public Affairs Manager

Have Questions?

Do you have a question, comment, suggestion or concern? Contact us by emailing IKE@KS.gov or by using the message fields located at the bottom of every page. You can also find out more about how we put your ideas to good work with our local consult process here.

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