Bio-Retention Breakthroughs in Kansas City, Missouri

The City of Kansas City, Missouri is planning to move on the Arrowhead Transmission Main project in the future to address storm-water management and related issues in the city. This entails attempting to increase system capacity, improve overall system reliability, provide redundancy to existing thirty-six-inch MCI transmission main, and to accommodate regional Northland community growth.
The city’s Department of Water Services installed a bioretention cell at Interstate 29 and North Oak Trafficway – a major north to south Interstate Highway in the Midwestern United States, which begins in Missouri before exiting the state and entering Iowa. It travels through Kansas City and neighboring St. Joseph metropolitan areas. The department’s current initiatives now include a new two-mile-long, fifty-four-inch wide water transmission main from the Water Treatment Plant at 9 Highway and North Oak Trafficway northward to Vivion Road in Kansas City, Missouri.
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