108th Street Improvement Project

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Welcome to the third virtual public meeting for the City of Omaha’s 108th Street Improvement Project.

Map of the project area with 108th Street highlighted.

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The purpose of this meeting is to:

  • Provide information about the construction of this project.
  • Information about the Oakbrook Channel project will be shared at a later date.

How to Participate:

  • To navigate through this meeting, use the arrows on the bottom of this screen.
  • Use the navigation bar at the left of your screen to revisit any part of the meeting.

The entire session should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. Thank you for your interest in helping to Keep Omaha Moving.

108th Street Project Overview

The 108th Street Improvement Project will improve safety, drainage, and pedestrian connectivity in the area. The initial project area was between Burt and Decatur streets, but the boundary was extended south to Mill Valley Road for additional improvements.

An aerial map that highlights 108th Avenue and 108th Street. The map also shows surrounding neighborhoods and streets.

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Project Goals:

  • Improve grades and intersection sight distances
  • Reduce crashes
  • Improve bicycle and pedestrian accommodations
  • Improve access and drainage

How Decisions Were Made

Multiple criteria evaluated:

  • Safety
  • Traffic flow
  • Pedestrian / bicycle compatibility
  • Minimize property impacts
  • Adjacent projects
  • Multiple stakeholder meetings and public comments

108th Street Selected Alternative

Future vision for 108th Street.

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This project will be reconstructed to a three-lane roadway (one through lane in each direction with a center turn lane) through most of the corridor.

The project also includes roundabouts located at Mill Valley Road, Burt Street and North Mill Road intersections. A new, 10-foot-wide trail will be constructed to the east and new sidewalks will be built on the west side of 108th Street, connecting to Horizon and Lee Valley parks. Three new protected pedestrian crossings will generally be located between Nicholas Street and Franklin Street. Multiple bus stops, intersection lighting and new storm sewer will be located throughout the project area.

An image of the 3-lane section with a multi-use trail.

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Use the pins on the interactive map below to view renderings of future components of the improvement project. Click the images to enlarge

108th Street Construction Phasing

This project is expected to be built in four phases beginning in spring 2022 and completed in fall 2023. This phasing and timeline have been updated since the last public meeting in February 2021.

During construction, access to residential and business properties will be maintained at all times but may be limited depending on construction activities. Notification to adjacent properties will be provided prior to the beginning of each phase of construction. Expect to see various utility relocations occurring both prior to and during the presented phasing.

Aerial map that shows the construction phasing of the project

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Services During Construction

  • Mailboxes may be temporarily relocated
  • Trash and recycling service will be maintained. Some instances may need to be coordinated between the contractor and service provider.
  • The Metro route will remain in service, however bus stops located within a closed phased will not be in operation. Riders are encouraged to contact Metro with any questions – www.ometro.com, 402-341-0800.

108th Street Schedule

A timeline that depicts key project milestones for the years of 2020, 2021, and 2022.

Project Contacts

For more information on this project, contact one of the representatives below.

For information on other City of Omaha transportation projects, visit KeepOmahaMoving.com.


Troy Staroscik
Transportation Manager
Construction & Street Maintenance



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Chris Wilsey
Project Manager
TAB Construction Company



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