Northbound Interstate 35 near the Pleasant Valley Interchange construction will be restricted to one lane on Saturday so that traffic can be switched to the new northbound lanes. The work is part of the $40.5 million I-35 and Pleasant Valley Road interchange corridor project that began in early 2015. All new pavement is expected to be open by the end of May. All construction is expected to be completed by later that fall.
Northbound Interstate 35 near the Pleasant Valley Interchange construction will be restricted to one lane on Saturday so that traffic can be switched to the new northbound lanes. The work is part of the $40.5 million I-35 and Pleasant Valley Road interchange corridor project that began in early 2015. All new pavement is expected to be open by the end of May. All construction is expected to be completed by later that fall. Courtesy of the Missouri Department of Transportation
Northbound Interstate 35 near the Pleasant Valley Interchange construction will be restricted to one lane on Saturday so that traffic can be switched to the new northbound lanes. The work is part of the $40.5 million I-35 and Pleasant Valley Road interchange corridor project that began in early 2015. All new pavement is expected to be open by the end of May. All construction is expected to be completed by later that fall. Courtesy of the Missouri Department of Transportation

Northbound I-35 in Clay County down to one lane near Pleasant Valley Road interchange this weekend

August 04, 2016 09:41 AM

UPDATED August 04, 2016 03:15 PM

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