City of Shawnee

Re-Imagine 75th Street


Re-Imagine 75th Street
A Pedestrian, Streetscape, and Amenity Corridor Design Guide

The City of Shawnee, in partnership with the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC), is working on a streetscape revitalization project called Re-Imagine 75th Street that will focus on the corridor of 75th Street between Switzer Road and Quivira Road.

The design guide and transportation vision will:

  • Improve bicycle and pedestrian connections along the corridor.
  • Beautify the corridor by implementing new streetscape amenities that are sustainable and environmentally sensitive.
  • Implement new transit facilities that provide a safe and convenient environment that encourage multimodal transit.
  • Be comprehensive to allow for the integration of future development opportunities.

Corridor Map 

The overall vision will help create a unique identity and sense of community for the 75th Street corridor. Recommendations will provide guidance to enable safe access for all users including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists, and transit riders. The study will provide both short-term recommendations that can be incorporated into the planned 2020 project as well as long-term guidance to advance the vision.

The following timeline notes the phases that happened in 2019.

Re-Imagine Schedule

We want to hear from you! Gathering input from our community – residents, business owners and patrons – is critical to the success of this project. There are many opportunities for you to provide us with your feedback over the course of the study.


75th Street Fun Facts

Car Icon  Nearly 34,000 vehicles travel 75th Street near Switzer Road daily. Traffic volume gradually decreases westward with less than 10,000 vehicles west of Quivira Road.
Walk Icon  Shawanoe Elementary and Trailridge Middle are located along 75th Street. Based on recent counts, up to 30% of elementary students walk to school.
Bike Icon  The Turkey Creek Trail in Merriam is located east of the study corridor. The Blackfish Parkway Trail is located west of the study corridor.
Bus Icon  Last year, nearly 40,000 riders traveled along bus Route 475 (Quivira-75th Street) and 18,000 riders traveled along Route 402 (Johnson-Quivira).
Home Icon  The Westbrooke Green redevelopment (northeast corner of 75th Street and Quivira Road) will include residential, retail, and restaurant uses. Single-family homes, apartments, and commercial uses are also located along 75th Street.