City of Shawnee

Road Closures

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Posted on 03/01/2022

Here is an updated list of road closures throughout the City. If you have any questions about the closures, shoot us an e-mail us here.          

  • Crews will be working on the bridge over the railroad tracks just east of Woodland on Shawnee Mission Parkway starting on Monday, May 23. The outside lanes of both eastbound and westbound lanes of Shawnee Mission Parkway will be closed from May 23 to May 30. Then crews will close the inside lanes of both eastbound and westbound Shawnee Mission Parkway from May 30 to June 6. 
  • Goddard Street will be closed to through traffic between West 57th Terrace and West 56th Street starting on Monday, May 16 until approximately July 5. This is part of the Goddard Reconstruction Project. You can read more about it here.
  • On Wednesday, May 11, 83rd Street will be reduced to one eastbound lane and one westbound lane between Monticello Road and K7 Highway. Crews will be replacing a storm sewer line that crosses the road. The work is expected to last two weeks.
  • The northbound lanes of Nieman Road are closed from 79th to 77th Streets while Evergy crews complete a project. They are opening up lanes as they move south and complete the work. They are expected to be finished up by the end of May.
  • KDOT is closing the ramp from Johnson Drive to southbound 435 from May 17 through May 31 for emergency bridge repairs. Detours will be posted and include diverting drivers north to Holliday Drive and then back south on 435.
  • A Kansas Department of Transportation project will impact Shawnee drivers starting March 17. Crews will be working to remove and replace the Renner bridge that goes over 435. Here is what you need to know so you can make a plan to get around the work while it’s happening. 
  • Renner Road at the bridge over I-435 will be closed for approximately six months starting Thursday, March 17.  The official detour will use Midland Drive, Lackman Road and 79th Street.  Local traffic will still be able to access adjacent streets coming from the north and the Park Lanes Family Fun Center coming from the south. 
  • Monticello Road is back open as of November, but please keep an eye out for crews in the area still finishing up work on and alongside the road. If you'd like to read more about the project, including the upcoming Phase 2, click here