Fort Riley Ogden Access Control Point will open 24/7 starting October 4th

In order to improve the flow of traffic on the facility, the Ogden access control point on Hübnerstrasse will remain open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, if it opens at 5 a.m. on Mondays.

Parker’s access control point, formerly known as Estes Gate, will remain closed for construction until the end of November. All other Fort Riley access control points will remain open according to their normal operating schedules.

Construction on Henry Drive continues, with traffic being reduced to a single lane and an outbound lane through the Henry Access Control Point. Oversized vehicle or trailer drivers are advised to exit the facility through other access control points. As project work expands to Smoky Hill Road, the Emergency Services Directorate will open Marshall Drive near Henry Gate during in-traffic rush hour. Henry Drive is scheduled to reopen to oncoming traffic in early November.

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

The online passport application is available at This link is also available on the Fort Riley website at For more information on Fort Riley access and the latest gate hours, visit the Fort Riley website or call 785-239-2982.

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