KDOT to hold open house to discuss changes to Wakarusa/K-10 interchange

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The community is invited to a meeting to learn about planned changes to the Wakarusa interchange with Kansas Highway 10.


The existing stoplight intersection at West 27th Street/Wakarusa Drive will become a grade-separated interchange, according to information from the Kansas Department of Transportation. Construction is anticipated to begin in 2024, according to KDOT.

The open house is set for 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 29 at Southwest Middle School, 2511 Inverness Drive.

“There will be no formal presentation. Stop by anytime to review the exhibits, speak with the project team and provide your input for the project,” according to info from KDOT.

If you have questions or need special assistance at the open house, contact Kelsey Heavin at 816-527-2468 or, according to the release.

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