Contractors have begun scheduled full-depth repairs on the lanes of traffic exiting International Circle, the main roadway linking the terminals at Kansas City International Airport. During the 28-day project duration, traffic will be reduced to one lane adjacent to the Terminal C exit.
The speed limit through the zone is 20 mph. Motorists should greatly slow down and observe construction road signs as they enter the terminal complex. They should use caution and courtesy as they exit the complex and merge into one lane near the exit of International Circle. Airport visitors should allow extra time for potential traffic slowdowns.
The work is not related to the Build KCI New Terminal project, but prepares the roadway for future traffic flow changes related to construction of the facility. The Build KCI project necessitated the closure last week of two sections of the Circle Lots, E-1 and E-2, to allow for demolition of Terminal A and construction of the New Terminal.
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