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1. Undaunted Patience: Lewis and Clark Expressway Will Blaze New Transportation Trail Undaunted Patience: Lewis and Clark Expressway Will Blaze New Transportation Trail June 9-15, 2006 Plans are now in the final stages for the Lewis and Clark Expressway. It will be a road that will connect Interstate 70 with Highway 24 before going north through Sugar Creek and ending at Front Street...

2. Truman Corridor Redevelopment Study Nears Completion Truman Corridor Redevelopment Study Nears Completion August/23/2000 The section of Truman Road from Interstate 70 to Interstate 435 has been under study for the past year by PGAV Urban Consulting. Article contains some of the results of the study and a map of the Truman...

3. Strawberry Hill Survives Progress Strawberry Hill Survives Progress October/9/1977 Article about the recovery of the Strawberry Hill community of Croatians after the cut of Interstate 70 through its center.

4. Squeeze Play Squeeze Play April 1-7, 2011 Article discusses the construction of the George Brett Bridge over Interstate 70 at Blue Ridge Cutoff near the Royals Stadium. On March 30, 2011, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held commemorating the opening...

5. Richard Bolling Federal Building Under Construction Richard Bolling Federal Building Under Construction 1964-07-14 Exterior view looking to the southeast from downtown which shows the construction of the Richard Bolling Federal Building located on 12th Street. I-70 interchange is also visible.

6. Q.: Wasn't There Once a Tuberculosis Hospital in Kansas City? Q.: Wasn't There Once a Tuberculosis Hospital in Kansas City? October 8, 1995 The Leeds Tuberulosis hospital was 57 years old when it was razed in 1971. The building was atop a hill southeast of Interstate 435 and Interstate 70 on more than 11 acres of land. At its height the hospital...

7. Proposal for Hockey Arena Gets Approval Proposal for Hockey Arena Gets Approval July 17, 2007 The Independence City Council unanimously approved a deal to build a $50 million multipurpose events center. The new center, to be built near the northeast corner of Interstate 70 and Little Blue Parkway,...

8. New Interchange Design to Resolve Issues at Woods Chapel Road New Interchange Design to Resolve Issues at Woods Chapel Road May 2011 To improve long delays and congestion at Woods Chapel Road south of I-70 in Blue Springs, the city of Blue Springs, Missouri, and MoDOT "have approved TranSystem's design of the diverging diamond interchange...

9. Little Blue Parkway Little Blue Parkway May 2010 Review of the development of Little Blue Parkway from I-70 to Highway 24. Includes color photograph with color-coding showing the various building phases.

10. Infrastructure Architecture: Reinvesting the Highway Infrastructure Architecture: Reinvesting the Highway 2005 The author outlines a plan for redesigning the highways in Kansas City to integrate them more into the fabric of downtown. He also proposes a variety of public transit options to be included in the scheme....

11. Independence's Big Event Independence's Big Event November 2, 2009 Description of the new 5,800 seat venue located in Independence, Missouri. The Independence Events Center is the home of the Missouri Mavericks, a minor league hockey team and anchor tenant of the new...

12. Independence Finds Big Uses for Tax Breaks Independence Finds Big Uses for Tax Breaks November 2, 2004 Article discusses the advantages TIF has brought to Independence with the planned Bass Pro Shops that will build a hotel, a 14-acre lake and 60-foot waterfall alongside their building and the negotiations...

13. Ike's Interstates at 50: Anniversary of the Highway System Recalls Eisenhower's Role as Catalyst Ike's Interstates at 50: Anniversary of the Highway System Recalls Eisenhower's Role as Catalyst Summer 2006 In a question and answer piece at the end of the article is found: "Q. What was the first interstate? A. The first construction project using funds authorized by the 1956 act was a portion of U.S. 40 west...

14. I-70: It's Big in Britain I-70: It's Big in Britain June 23, 2004 Article reports that a recent British publication, The Independent, places the drive from St. Louis to Kansas City on I-70 first among its "10 Great U.S. Drives".

15. Hospital Looks to East Hospital Looks to East October 12, 2007 Children's Mercy Hospital has purchased nine acres for $2.9 million to build a new facility to serve eastern Jackson County. It's located near the southeast corner of Interstate 70 and Little Blue Parkway....

16. George Brett George Brett Photos and multiple articles on George Brett, a Kansas City Royals baseball star (1973-1993), inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1999 and becoming the namesake of the George Brett Super Highway...

17. Fulton Quadrangle Fulton Quadrangle 1931 Topographical map of Callaway County, Missouri, including the towns of Fulton and Kingdom City. Pictured is State Highway 40, later to become Interstate 70, as well as numerous other roads of varying grades,...

18. Council Members Honored Council Members Honored December/20/2000 Photo and article about awards "presented to Kansas City Councilwoman Mary Williams-Neal and Councilman Troy Nash" by the Truman Road Corridor Association for "their efforts to bring about the recently...

19. Commuter Rail Plan Receives $1.8 Million Commuter Rail Plan Receives $1.8 Million December 22, 2010 The federal grant “will fund two commuter rail studies—one from downtown Kansas City along Interstate 70 to Independence and Blue Springs, and one on an abandoned rail line toward Raytown and Lee’s...

20. Children's Mercy East Clinic Brings Care to Independence Children's Mercy East Clinic Brings Care to Independence December 10-16, 2010 Plans for Children's Mercy East, an outpatient pediatric clinic, are nearly finished for the "90-acre Trinity Woods development at Interstate 70 and Little Blue Parkway in Independence." Ground breaking...