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  • Johnson County Gateway project's end celebrated at ribbon cutting

    It will be a few more days before the entire Johnson County Gateway Phase 2 project is fully opened, but that didn't stop local, state and federal officials from celebrating its completion at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday. Deputy Federal Highway Administrator David Kim talks about the importance of investing in infrastructure.

It will be a few more days before the entire Johnson County Gateway Phase 2 project is fully opened, but that didn't stop local, state and federal officials from celebrating its completion at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday. Deputy Federal Highway Administrator David Kim talks about the importance of investing in infrastructure. Robert Cronkleton The Kansas City Star
It will be a few more days before the entire Johnson County Gateway Phase 2 project is fully opened, but that didn't stop local, state and federal officials from celebrating its completion at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday. Deputy Federal Highway Administrator David Kim talks about the importance of investing in infrastructure. Robert Cronkleton The Kansas City Star

Ribbon-cutting marks completion of Johnson County Gateway project — a few days early

November 29, 2016 3:50 PM