Sunday, March 10, 2019

Commute To Kansas City Not Worth It

Our Suburban visitor number might decline given upcoming road hassle and continued broken promises from Missouri highway officials. Read more:

MoDOT Promises Minimal Headaches During Two Years Of Road Work Near Sports Stadiums

Commuters, take note: Beginning Sunday, the Missouri Department of Transportation will begin closing ramps and lanes at one of Kansas City's busiest interchanges. The interchange at Interstates 435 and 70 by the Truman Sports Complex is the main target. It's a necessary move, MoDOT engineer Matt Killion said, because the bridges need to be replaced.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

MODOT must not be familiar with that interchange. On it's best days it's bad.

Anonymous said...

Neede to happen, but two years to finish?

Anonymous said...

MDOT needs to make sure St. Joseph Joe gets his traffic lights set up to direct traffic.

Anonymous said...

Its actually 2 build seasons.1 season is March 1st to the end of November.its not really 2 years.

Anonymous said...

@1:44

What the fuk are you talking about? St Joseph is 70 miles away and there’s no traffic lights on I-70 DUMBASS

Anonymous said...

2:45 If you knew what the fuck you're talking about you would know what 1:44 is talking about. Keep up on things or STFU.

Anonymous said...

Well why don’t you just bring everyone up to speed on what 1:44 is talking about?
Explanation please?

Anonymous said...

I never drive on those death traps. I take 24 straight shot right into midtown. When I look at 435 its always slow moving 70 is at a stand still.

Anonymous said...

I bet MoDOT's favorite trendy bridge system will be making an appearance. Divergent diamond interchanges coming your way!!! Why focus on efficient lane use, and coordinated signal timing (said no MoDOT engineer ever). Clipped from a MoDOT conference room: Let's take our standard bridge construction costs, bump it to 150% for one less signalized movement, make it difficult to maintain in winter, difficult to navigate in tractor-trailers, and confusing to use for 85% of users. Ooh, ooh, then we can complain about needing more taxes for the MoDOT budget and say that we efficiently use our budget. All: sounds great, jajajajajaa... :at this point laughter continued until the end of the meeting.