K-7 and I-70 Today. Tomorrow. Together.
Building on the success of the K-7 Corridor Management Plan (2006), the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) has started the design of the new K-7 and I-70 Interchange in Bonner Springs. As part of the process, KDOT is examining:
- What growth, development, and traffic are happening at the interchange today
- What may occur in the future (tomorrow)
- How they can work together with the community to complete the design and plan for construction of the new interchange.
The K-7 Corridor Management Study divided K-7 into three different sections extending from the 223rd Street Interchange in Miami County on the south to K-5/Muncie Road in Leavenworth County on the north. As shown on the study area map, the K-7 and I-70 Interchange was examined as part of Section 2 of the Study.
Click here to read the Fact Sheet for the K-7 and I-70 Interchange project.