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KDOT Lettings: March 2023

There are 17 projects up for bidding on March 22

Federal Aid (Unless noted):

10-46 KA 6651-02: Repair and overlay on the eastbound K-10 bridge over Kill Creek in Desoto. A new sign is part of the project – which maintains an existing redundancy “Kill Creek Creek.”

16-52 KA-5520-01: Reconstruction of the intersection of K-16 and Parallel Road (former K-90). Detour via US 59 and US 24.

470-89 KA 6733-01: Repair the I-470 bridges over 29th, Fairlawn, Gage, 37th, and Shunganunga Creek
75-89 KA 6739-01 Repair of the bridge carrying the ramp from westbound I-470 to eastbound I-70 [which is considered part of the US 75 main line] over SW 10th Street (non-FA)

50-106 KA 5787-01: Refurbishment of a Passing lane area between Walton and Peabody in Harvey and Marion Counties.

9-69 KA 3935-01: Replacement of the K-9 bridge (#052) over Scull Creek 3.97 miles east of the K-173 junction.
9-74 KA 3934-01: Replacement of the K-9 bridge (#033) over Crooked Creek, located 3.63 miles east of the Norton County Line.
9-74 KA 3962-01: Replacement of the K-9 Bridge (#034) over Wolf Creek, located 7.58 miles east of the Norton County Line.
The three bridge projects are tied together. K-9 is to be closed at the Scull Creek and Crooked Creek projects, with traffic detoured using US 283, US 36, and US 183. Traffic on the Wolf Creek project is to be carried through on a shoo-fly detour.

50-40 KA 5786-01: Construction of the westerly extension of the existing passing lane section of US-50 from 6.8 miles east of the I-135/US-50 junction east for 0.63 miles.

56-41 KA 5997-01: Reconstruction of La Lande Avenue from Pike Street to Inman Street in Sublette

Federal-Aid, Local Projects:

52 C-5144-01: Replace the Fairmount Road bridge over Little Stranger Creek.

89 C 5147-01: Replace the NW 66th Street over Indian Creek in Northern Shawnee County

37 C 5073-01: Replace the bridge on M Road over Tadpole Creek.

Non-FA:

70-84 KA 6858-01: Lighting upgrade on the I-70 rest area east of Russell

14-78 KA 1007-04/14-80 KA 1007-05: Milling, HMA Overlay, and bridge repair on the existing K-14/K-96 alignment between Hutchinson and Sterling in preparation for turnback when the new “Northwest Passage” alignment opens.

54-87 KA 6894-01: Repair of the 383rd Street bridge over US 54/400 in western Sedgwick County.

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KDOT Lettings: July 2022

At my workplace, a paving crew was resurfacing the service road that leads to the lot where I park. Kansas Highways also need that treatment, as evidenced by the projects in the July lettings.

Approved Bids announced on August 4 are highlighted in red.
Approved Bids announced on August 26 are highlighted in blue.

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KDOT Lettings: March 2021

Here are the projects that are being let at the March 2021 KDOT letting.

This post has been updated to reflect the approved bidders and the bid amount. KDOT did not put out a press release with the awarded bids for the March letting, but did put out one for the April letting on May 18 which included awarded bids for March. Most of the bids were published on their websiteThe approved bids found on the website will be noted in red. The approved bids announced in the May 18 press release will be noted in blue.

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KDOT Lettings: February 2021

Included in the February lettings are two major construction projects in south-central Kansas.

This post has been updated to reflect the approved bidders and the bid amount as announced by KDOT in releases on March 10. The approved bids announced on March 10 will be noted in red.

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KDOT Lettings: January 2021

The inauguration of President-elect Biden is not the only thing scheduled for January 20. It will also be the scheduled day for the monthly KDOT lettings. Included in the January lettings are several bridge replacements and signage upgrades, as well as a new roundabout in Kansas City.

This post has been updated to reflect the approved bidders and the bid amount as announced by KDOT in releases on February 5. The approved bids announced on February 5 will be noted in red.