Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Concrete patching on I-35 planned

By The Herald Staff | 9/9/2013

Workers have their sights set on 47 miles of interstate roadway through Coffey, Osage, Franklin and Miami counties.

A $478,300 concrete patching project is expected to begin Monday on I-35, according to the Kansas Department of Transportation. The contractor expects to begin work at the north end of the project and continue south, KDOT said.

Workers have their sights set on 47 miles of interstate roadway through Coffey, Osage, Franklin and Miami counties.

A $478,300 concrete patching project is expected to begin Monday on I-35, according to the Kansas Department of Transportation. The contractor expects to begin work at the north end of the project and continue south, KDOT said.

Project activity is planned during both daytime and nighttime hours and should have a minimal effect on the traveling public, the agency said. I-35 traffic is expected to be reduced to one lane with a 55 mph speed limit in the work zones. The project should be finished by late October, weather permitting, KDOT said.

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