152 will be expanded in Platte County
The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission has
awarded a $19.5 million contract to expand Route 152 and
add an interchange at Green Hills Road in Platte County.
Clarkson Construction Company should begin work in July.
The project will expand Route 152 to two lanes in each
direction on either side of Green Hills Road, and add
a full-diamond interchange at Green Hills Road and a half-diamond
interchange at Ambassador Drive. When the work is complete
by early 2004, Route 152 will be a divided four-lane facility
between I-29 in Platte County and I-35 in Clay County.
The full-diamond interchange will replace the temporary
signals at Green Hills Road, where a new bridge will go
over the expanded Route 152. New bridges on Route 152
will go over Line Creek Parkway and Ambassador Drive.
Green Hills Road will be closed south of Route 152 during
construction, with north-south traffic detoured to Route
169. Green Hills Road will remain open north of Route
More than $8 million in Tax Increment Financing funds
are being used to construct the project.