The Kansas Department of Transportation has announced approved bids for state highway construction and maintenance projects. The letting took place on March 25th.
District Four – Southeast
Cherokee: K-102, from the west end of K-102 route (the beginning of the route) east to the K-7/K-102 junction (end of the K-102 route), overlay, five miles.
Neosho: K-39, from the Wilson/Neosho county line east to the U.S. 169/K-39 junction, ultra thin bonded asphalt surfacing, two and a half miles.
Wilson: K-39, from the U.S. 400/K-39 junction east to the west U.S. 75/K-39 junction and from the east U.S. 75/K-39 junction east to the Wilson/Neosho county line, ultra thin bonded asphalt surfacing for nearly 23 miles.
Visit the KDOT website for more information.