Capital Projects Division

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The Capital Projects Division manages key construction projects for the City of Kansas City, Mo. Public Works Department. Capital Projects staff are at the forefront of Kansas City’s construction renaissance, bringing process improvements and standardized practices to the management of street, bridge and building projects throughout the City. Personnel include project managers; construction inspectors; right-of-way, relocation and utility specialists; and finance and administrative professionals.

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Contact Capital Projects

414 E. 12th Street, 18th floor
Kansas City, MO 64104
Phone: (816) 513-2739
Fax: (816) 513-2523

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The Planning Sustainable Places (PSP) program continues the work of the Creating Sustainable Places initiative and the region’s Metropolitan Transportation Plan, Transportation Outlook 2040, to promote concepts consistent with sustainable communities and advance site-specific and project-specific activities within the centers-and-corridors planning framework.  

Project Description: 

In 2019, PSP granted funding to the City of Kansas City, Missouri 63rd Street Corridor. This project aims to improve mobility and transportation options along the 63rd Street Corridor and will identify mobility and connectivity solutions at three activity centers located at the intersections of Wornall/Main (Brookside Shops), Oak, and Troost/Rockhill.  The project will evaluate transportation conditions, develop recommendations for improvements at key activity centers, create guidelines for future improvements connecting the centers, and create a toolbox of streetscape elements for use along the corridor.  

The Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) and City of Kansas City, Missouri have hired planning and landscape architecture firm SWT Design to lead the planning effort.  A robust and inclusive engagement strategy is underway, and we will need your help!  Please return to this website for updates on dates for community open houses and opportunities to share your thoughts.

View the 63rd Street Corridor Study Area Map. 

Project Goals:

  • Implementation-ready
  • Unifies surrounding projects and plans with clear vision
  • Collaborate with the public and different departments at the City
  • Respect and elevate the corridor’s eclectic character
  • Enhance pedestrian experience and safety
  • Balance needs for pedestrians with needs for through-put cars and parking
  • Improve functionality during special events and school traffic
  • Integrate green infrastructure

63rd St. Corridor timeline

Public Engagement:

Join us to provide feedback on this important study!

This open house will provide information about transportation conditions with recommendations for your feedback about improvements at the intersections of Wornall/Main (Brookside Shops), Oak and Troost/Rockhill.

Community Open House

When: Tuesday, September 24th, 2019, 4-7PM

Where: Southeast Community Center, 4201 E. 63rd Street, KCMO

RideKC Routes: 18, 63

NOTE: Meeting will be open house format. Speak with team members and stay as long as you wish. No formal presentation will be given.

Project Contacts:

Scott Runde, Design Consultant 

SWT Design 

Phone: (314) 644-5700

Mario Vasquez, Project Manager

Public Works Department– Kansas City, Mo. 

Phone: (816) 513-6984

Maggie Green, Public Information Officer

Public Works Department– Kansas City, Mo.

Phone: (816) 513-2612

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