Work on the bridges that carry U.S. 169/Broadway Extension over the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway tracks will limit the popular commuter route to and from Kansas City’s northland to one lane in each direction.
Work on the bridges that carry U.S. 169/Broadway Extension over the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway tracks will limit the popular commuter route to and from Kansas City’s northland to one lane in each direction. File illustration The Star
Work on the bridges that carry U.S. 169/Broadway Extension over the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway tracks will limit the popular commuter route to and from Kansas City’s northland to one lane in each direction. File illustration The Star

Broadway Extension to be limited to one lane each way for bridge work

September 10, 2016 10:57 PM

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