State Highway FF Extension (Greene County line to Highway 14 in Christian County)
After a well-attended public meeting, it has come to our attention that there is some additional information that we should consider. We are pausing the study to investigate some items of interest, how to better share relevant information and to provide more time for the public to consider the options presented. As such, we plan to regroup after the first of the year with a well thought out process that will consider the input we have received and provide plenty of notice for all meetings.
We want to personally thank you for your engagement in the transportation planning process. Your input makes a difference.
We will be updating this website to reflect any new information when the study restarts.
The State Highway FF Extension (to Christian County) Study has begun! Participate in the development of this future road and help determine the alignment. This study will further define an alignment that is already on the OTO's Major Thoroughfare Plan. Once the study is complete, drafts of the report will be available on this webpage.
Tuesday, July 18, 2023 Community Meeting
Project Information Boards that were at the Community Meeting are below:
- Highway FF Study Facts Poster 1
- Highway FF Study Facts Poster 2
- Typical Roadway Section
- Major Thoroughfare Plan Map OTO Area
- Highway FF Major Thoroughfare Plan FF Study Area
Maps of the proposed alignments are below:
- Map of Route FF Study North of James River
- Map of Route: FF Study South of James River Option 2
- Map Route FF Study South of James River Option 3 A D
- Location: Nixa City Hall, 715 W Mount Vernon St, Nixa, MO
- Time: 4-7 p.m., Tuesday, July 18, 2023
About the State Highway FF Study
The primary goal of this study is to determine the appropriate roadway alignment for the extension of State Highway FF from its current terminus at the Greene/Christian County line and extend the roadway into Christian County to Route 14 west of Nixa. The study is considering existing and future development plans, as well as environmental and right-of-way constraints in determining the preferred alignment for the extension. The result will be an an alignment added to the OTO Major Thoroughfare plan. There is no funding source for this new road extension at the time.