There are 43 projects up for letting in September. Approved bids awarded on October 6 are highlighted in red. Approved bids announced on November 9 are highlighted in blue.
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.
34 projects were up for bids on March 16. Approved bids announced on March 31 are highlighted in red. Approved bids announced on May 2 are highlighted in blue
43 projects are up for bids at KDOT on December 15, including two major projects on US 50 around Dodge City and into the territory out west. Awarded bids announced on December 28 are highlighted in red. Awarded bids announced on January 27 are highlighted in blue.
There are a total of 42 projects up for bidding in the November KDOT lettings. Approved bids announced on December 14 are highlighted in red.
Here are the projects up for letting on August 18, with approved bids announced on August 30 and October 6. The bids awarded on August 20 will be highlighted in red. The bids awarded on October 6 will be highlighted in blue.
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 website. The 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.
Although “Outdoor recreational activity” was allowed here in Kansas under the state’s “Stay at Home” order, I didn’t really feel a reason to get out of the house until last Saturday, when I headed out to Pomona to check out an old spot that has changed quite a bit since the last time I was there.
Recently, BNSF replaced the truss bridges over the Marais des Cynges River between Pomona and Quenemo. The eastern bridge at MP 69 is right next to the Arkansas Terrace crossing.