USAG Public Affairs Office

In an effort to improve traffic flow on the installation, the Ogden access control point on Huebner Road will remain open 24 hours a day, seven days a week when it opens at 5 a.m., Monday.

The Parker access control point, formerly known as the Estes Gate, remains closed for construction until late Nov. All other Fort Riley access control points remain open according to their normal operating schedules.

Construction continues on Henry Drive with traffic through the Henry Access Control Point reduced to one lane inbound and one lane outbound. Drivers of oversized vehicles or those towing trailers are advised to exit the installation through other access control points. As the project work expands to Smoky Hill Road, the Directorate of Emergency Services will open Marshall Drive, near the Henry gate during peak inbound traffic hours. Henry Drive should reopen to two-way traffic by early November.

In addition to ongoing road construction, Fort Riley has updated the system for visitor passes. Visitors to Fort Riley can now apply online for a single day visitor’s pass. Visitors are advised to submit their pass applications at least 24 hours in advance. The online pass system requires the applicant to have a valid, government-issued driver’s license.

The online pass application is available at https://pass.aie.army.mil/riley. This link is also available on the Fort Riley web page at https://home.army.mil/riley. For more information on accessing Fort Riley and the latest gate hours, visit the Fort Riley web page or call 785-239-2982.

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