There are 26 projects up for bids on October 19. Approved bids announced on November 9 are highlighted in red. Approved bids announced on November 30 are highlighted in blue.
There are 29 projects up for bids on December 14, including three bridge replacements, the removal of an unused bridge, and a new roundabout near Dodge City.
Federal-Aid (unless otherwise noted):
92-44 KA 5413-01: Full-depth patching and mill/overlay on Union St from Lake St to Meredith Ln in McLouth
75-70 KA 3899-01: Remove the old US 75 bridge over Dragoon Creek and add a Cul-de-Sac turnaround on the former south approach.
75-70 KA 3900-01: Remove a culvert on the old US 75 alignment north of the Dragoon Creek bridge and construct a new section of 209th Street to connect US 75 to Old 75.
70-105 KA 6800-01: Asphalt and PCCP patching and 2 1.5-inch overlays on I-70 from the east approach to Quarry Road (west of I-635) to .64 mile east of Kaw Drive in Kansas City.
69-105 KA 6676-01: Asphalt and PCCP patching, bridge deck patching, barrier wall repair, 2-inch mainline HMA Overlay, and 2.5-inch shoulder HMA overlay on the 18th Street Expressway in Wyandotte County.
35-105 KA 6801-01: PCCP Patching and 4-inch overlay on Northbound I-35 from Lamar to Southwest Boulevard and Southbound I-35 from Cambridge Circle to Southwest Boulevard, 2-inch milling and 2-inch overlay on Southbound I-35 from Southwest Boulevard to Lamar, and PCCP patching and joint sealing (no overlay) on Northbound I-35 from Southwest Boulevard to the Cambridge Circle.
31 TE 0498-01: New pedestrian/bike path along the north side of K-18 from Karns Dr to Spring Valley Rd in Junction City.
81-72 KA 6057-01: 1.5-inch milling and 1.5-inch overlay on Northbound US 81 from MP 167.2 to MP 176.1 and Southbound US 81 from MP 169.6 to MP 167.2
69-19 KA 3928-01: Replacement of the southbound US-69 Bridge over First Cow Creek Drainage located just north of the north junction of US-69 and US 160 near Frontenac. Traffic to move head-to-head on the northbound bridge.
400-37 KA 5790-01: Add Passing lanes in both directions on US 400 from MP 334.2 to MP 336.1. Traffic is to be carried through the work zone.
152-54 KA 6318-01: 1.5-inch milling and 1.5-inch HMA overlay along then entire length of K-152
169-67 KA 5788-01: Add passing lanes in both directions on US 169 from 0.7 miles north of K-47 north 1.8 miles. Traffic is to be carried through the work zone.
169-67 KA 5789-01/169-67 KA 5789-02: Full-depth reconstruction of US 169 from the Labette/Neosho County Line to Thayer, with passing lanes from MP 30.6 to MP 32.4. Detour via US 400, US 59, and K-47.
54-49 KA 6636-01 2-inch milling and 2-inch overlay from Greensburg to the Kiowa/Pratt County Line
54-76 KA 6637-01: Ultrathin Bonded Asphalt Surface from the Kiowa/Pratt County Line to Pratt.
106 KA 6263-01: Signage update on K-14 and K-96 South of Hutchinson in Reno County.
56-35 KA 6631-01/56-29 KA 6633-01: 1.5-inch milling and 1.5-inch HMA overlay from Montezuma to the west junction with US 283 south of Dodge City. (Ford County segment is Non-FA)
400-29 KA 6630-01: 1.5-inch milling and 1.5-inch HMA overlay on the US 400 bypass on the west side of Dodge City.
Federal-Aid, Local Projects:
24 C 5076-01: Replace the W Road bridge over Rattlesnake Creek
40 C 5075-01: Replace the SE 60th Street bridge over Gypsum creek just northwest of Whitewater.
106 KA 6695-01: 1-inch milling and 1.5-inch HMA overlay on the entire length of K-187, 2.5-inch milling and 2-inch HMA overlay on the entire length of K-110, 1.5-inch milling and 1.5-inch HMA overlay on the entire length of K-178, 3/4-inch milling and 1.5-inch HMA overlay on the entire length of K-236.
70-27 KA 6538-01: Replace 6 light towers on I-70 at K-232 and Ellsworth rest areas in Ellsworth County.
232-106 KA 6658-01: Chip Seal on K-232 from Old US 40 in Wilson to the Lincoln/Russell County Line in Ellsworth and Lincoln Counties.
70-106 KA 6806-01: Concrete Pavement (bridge deck resurfacing?) on 12 bridges in Ellsworth, Lincoln, and Saline Counties.
24-33 KA 6720-01: Repair the bridge over Sand Creek west of Hill City.
56-29 KA 6526-01: Reconstruct Outlaw Road and 112 Road south of Dodge City so with an east-to-north curve between Outlaw Road and 112 Road.
56-29 KA 6526-02: Construct a Roundabout at the US 56/US 283 junction south of Dodge City.
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.
There are 21 projects scheduled to be bid on April 20. Approved Bids Announced on May 2 are highlighted in red. Approved Bids Announced on May 31 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
There are 41 projects up for letting at KDOT’s January 19 letting, including many asphalt overlays of concrete roadways. Approved bids announced on January 27 are highlighted in red. Approved bids announced on March 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 40 projects up for bids in the KDOT September lettings. The approved bidders announced on October 6 will be highlighted in red.
The May project lettings mostly consist of maintenance projects, with a few bridge replacements.
This post has been updated to reflect the approved bidders and the bid amount as announced in press releases on June 10 and June 22. The approved bids announced on June 10 will be noted in red. The approved bids announced on June 22 will be noted in blue.