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06/01/2012

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Doug Anderson

Back in March we moved to Trails of Northbrook which is near 76th and Shoal Creek Pkwy. Used to live over in Wildwood West a few miles west of Zona Rosa. So we would visit this area a few times a year, now that we live over here we are in it weekly. I used to not like crossing 35 to get to Liberty at 152, now I hate it. This flyover will be nice, but estimates put it at relieving 7,500 vehicles a day, when the 152/35 corridor currently processes 30,000 vehicles per day.

Unfortunately the real answer is making 152 a flyover. And I can't find anything on the MoDOT website about even studying this aspect. Everything seems to revolve making improvements to interchanges north and south of 152 along 35.

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