Cold weather has forced the postponement of grading work on the ramps from Interstate 435 to southbound Interstate 35. The overnight work has been rescheduled for next week. The ramps will reopen in time for the next morning’s rush hour.
Cold weather has forced the postponement of grading work on the ramps from Interstate 435 to southbound Interstate 35. The overnight work has been rescheduled for next week. The ramps will reopen in time for the next morning’s rush hour. Courtesty of the Kansas Department of Transportation
Cold weather has forced the postponement of grading work on the ramps from Interstate 435 to southbound Interstate 35. The overnight work has been rescheduled for next week. The ramps will reopen in time for the next morning’s rush hour. Courtesty of the Kansas Department of Transportation

Update: Closure of ramps from I-435 to southbound I-35 in Johnson County postponed

February 08, 2016 3:50 PM

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