PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) has announced the start of a sign replacement project on highways in Greenwood, Woodson, Elk, Butler and Lyon counties.
High-performance signs are being installed along sections of U.S. 400, U.S. 54, K-99, K-249 and K-58. Traffic will occasionally be reduced to one lane on K-99 and K-58, with brief delays expected, KDOT said in a press release.
KDOT awarded the $637,000 construction contract to KOMO Construction LLC/DBA A&H Co., Elko New Market, Minnesota. Work is expected to continue through the spring months.
Persons with questions may contact KDOT Iola Construction Manager Warren Ebberts at 620-901-6549 or Public Affairs Manager Priscilla Petersen at 620-902-6433. Check KDOT’s updated traveler information website, www.Kandrive.org, for more highway condition and construction details.
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