120th Street - Stonegate to Fort Street

About the Project

Because of a need for consistency and increasing traffic
volumes, 120th Street’s existing two lane rural street would be
upgraded to a four-lane urban street with a raised median,
turn lanes, curbs, and gutters.

The project includes:

  • Reconstructing adjacent roads and drives to match the improvements
  • Constructing sidewalks, curb ramps, and a trail
  • Installing new street lighting, traffic signals, and communications infrastructure
  • Building retaining walls
  • Installing drainage facilities (storm sewer)
  • Widening the bridge over the West Maple Creek/Ditch
  • Replacing the bridge over the Big Papillion Creek
Project Vicinity

click on image to enlarge

Project Schedule

120th Street Project Schedule

Construction Updates

May 6, 2020
Beginning Monday, May 11, 2020, 120th Street between West Maple Road and Roanoke Boulevard will be closed for utility work by MUD.  The closure will be in effect for four (4) weeks.  Then, beginning in June, various lane restrictions will be in place near West Maple Road and south of West Maple Road through July 2020 for continued MUD utility work.


(Updated November 6, 2019)

The City of Omaha has been awarded BUILD Transportation Grant funds for the project.  This will allow the project to begin construction in 2020 rather waiting until 2023 to begin this regionally significant project.

This will allow the project to advance construction to start as early as 2020 instead of waiting until 2023 to begin the regionally significant project.

(Updated July 12, 2019)

The City of Omaha has submitted an application for BUILD Transportation Grant funds that would allow this project to initiate construction in 2020 as the City had planned in the 2018-2023 CIP.

A revised project schedule associated with our application and a strong showing of support from various stakeholders were submitted with our application to US Department of Transportation. The amount of funds request in the BUILD Transportation Grant equals 80% of the estimated 2020 construction cost of $21.2 million. The City CIP currently supports the local 20% that will be needed for construction and construction engineering.


 Contact Us

  • To submit a comment or receive project updates, join the project mailing list through our contact form.
  • To provide your input about a specific location within the project area, visit the City Map.


City of Omaha Contact:
Jamie Winterstein, P.E.
Project Manager
City of Omaha