The Kansas Department of Transportation has announced approved bids for state highway construction and maintenance projects in Kansas. Included in the bid process were multiple projects in southeast Kansas.
In Montgomery County, U.S. 166 will be milled and overlayed from the east Coffeyville city limits east to the U.S. 166 /U.S. 169 junction. Work will also be done on U.S. 169 from the east edge of the Coffeyville city limits north to the Potato Creek Bridge. Borth projects with be done by Bettis Asphalt and Construction Inc. of Topeka at a cost of just under $3 million.
In Labette County, U.S. 59 from Oswego to the Kansas/Oklahoma state line will be milled and overlayed for $2.1 million by Emery Sapp & Sons Inc. and Subsidiaries of Columbia, Missouri.
Chautauqua County will see K-99 milled and overlayed for $2.3 million by Cornejo & Sons LLC of Wichita.
The dates of these projects will be announced at a later date.