Construction Updates

Phase 2 of 135th Street Improvement Project Is Finished!
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Phase 2 of 135th Street Improvement Project Is Finished!

Have you driven through Martin City lately? Not only do we have a brand-new street light, we’ve made incredible progress on the 135th Street public improvement project! The second phase of the 135th Street improvement project was just completed in October, and according to Missy Wilson, the Martin City CID’s Executive Director, the project is...

September 2016 Construction Update!
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September 2016 Construction Update!

We can see the light at the end of the tunnel! Activity at the Corner of Wornall and 135th Street: The construction crew is completing a new retaining wall on the northwest corner of Wornall and 135th Street. New utility boxes will be installed behind the wall. Street Lights and Traffic Signals: The majority of...

August 2016 Construction Update
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August 2016 Construction Update

Work Along 135th Street- New traffic lights at Wornall Road have been installed and new sidewalks can be seen throughout the district. So how much is left to do? While many of you have heard the entire project will be completed in August, unfortunately, this statement is not correct. In August, we will see the...

July 2016 Construction Update
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July 2016 Construction Update

HIP, HIP, HURRAY- Wornall Road has been re-opened! Work Along 135th Street  Have you seen the construction of curbs along the south side of 135th Street? The construction work is starting to take real form above ground! The City’s contractor is working diligently along the north side of 135th Street to construct curbs as well. In...

June 2016 Construction Update
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June 2016 Construction Update

In June the City’s contractor will be working diligently to complete their work along the south side of 135th Street. If weather does not delay the work, the tentative schedule shows shifting traffic to the south side starting late June or early July. The shift will allow the contractor to start construction work along the...

May 2016 Construction Update
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May 2016 Construction Update

Please pardon the mess along 135th Street between Wornall Road and Oak Street! April’s rain has made a real mess…. the price to pay for progress! Driver Alert!!! Temporary asphalt is being poured to shift traffic north. Traffic will soon be shifted to keep access available as the construction crew demolishes sections of the asphalt...

Construction Update – April 2016
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Construction Update – April 2016

Big Thanks to J.M. Fahey and Rosehill Gardens! Their crews worked really quickly along 135th Street to clean up and prepare the construction zone for the 4th Annual Whiskey Run 5K Race and 29th Annual Irishpalooza St. Patrick’s Parade. April’s construction schedule includes the completion of the installation of stormwater drainage pipes and the water...

Construction Update March 2016
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Construction Update March 2016

Anyone who has traveled along 135th Street between Wornall and Oak Streets recently has likely seen a lot of dirt being moved around and traffic being delayed. All of this activity is due to the installation of the 66” stormwater line on the south side of 135th Street. The contractor hopes to complete the installation...

Construction Update: February 2016
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Construction Update: February 2016

Water Main Installation: Blue Nile has completed the majority of their work to install the new water main along 135th Street.  Additional water construction will be scheduled at a later time. Storm Water System: Subject to weather, J.M. Fahey will commence the construction of the new storm water system along 135thStreet.  At this time, this...

Construction Update: January 2016
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Construction Update: January 2016

Road Closure Subject to weather, starting January 4th Blue Nile will close Wornall Road between 133rd Street and 135th Street so they may complete work on a section of the new water main running north and south. Road closure signs will be posted at Blue Ridge and Wornall Road to provide ample notice of road...