Planning work is just beginning. The project will develop conceptual redevelopment plans for key nodes along the corridor including Nieman/Shawnee Mission Parkway and Antioch/Shawnee Mission Parkway, along with pedestrian and bicycle plans for downtown Overland Park and downtown Mission. The work will assess the impact of the plans on economic development, social equity, and the environment.
Preliminary work is underway with stakeholders in these communities to discuss the status of each corridor, including current and planned activities. Partners will also determine how the planning process will be structured, what the goals are for the corridor plans, how stakeholders will be engaged, and how the work on each plan can be coordinated with other Creating Sustainable Places activities.
For more information about the Shawnee Mission Parkway/Metcalf corridor plan, contact Tyler Means, 816-701-8261.
The map shown here was created by MARC's Research Services Department GIS staff. It is also available as a printable PDF. The GIS department has also created a set of more detailed maps for each corridor that illustrate various data sets, including demographics, economics, education, housing, land-use, recreation, transportation.
For more information or assistance with any of these maps, contact GIS.