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K-42 Bridge Project to Begin in Kingman County Soon; Traffic to be Detoured


KINGMAN COUNTY, Kan. – Work on a K-42 bridge replacement in Kingman County is expected to start around Monday, Jan. 30.

The Kansas Department of Transportation project is over Chikaskia River drainage on K-42 almost 8 miles west of K-14, between Zenda and Spivey.

During the work, traffic will be directed by signs to a detour route including K-14, U.S. 54/400 and U.S. 281.

The project is expected to be completed around July 28.

The map below shows the approximate project location, marked in red.

 King Construction Co. Inc., of Hesston, is the prime contractor for the $1.5 million bridge project.

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