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Old K-14 Resurfacing is Set in Reno, Rice Counties

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By Kansas Department of Transportation

 

RENO/RICE COUNTY, Kan. — Resurfacing will start soon on three sections of Old K-14 in Reno and Rice counties.

The Kansas Department of Transportation project involves a mill and overlay in Reno County from the south city limits of Nickerson to the south tie-in at Dean Road. This portion of the project has been delayed.

That Reno County work is expected to begin around July 8 and be completed around July 12.

During all three phases of the work, traffic will be controlled by a pilot car and flaggers, so motorists should be prepared to stop and expect delays of up to 15 minutes.

After the initial Reno County portion is completed, the mill and overlay work will shift to the portion in Rice and Reno counties from the south city limits of Sterling to Sego Road.

That work is expected to begin around July 15 and be completed around July 19.

After the second section is completed, the third phase – through Nickerson – is expected to begin around July 22, ending around July 26.

The first map below shows the work locations through Nickerson and from the south city limits of Nickerson to the south tie-in at Dean Road. The second map shows the work location from the south city limits of Sterling to Sego Road.

K 14 Resurfacing Project

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