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U.S. 281 Resurfacing in Stafford County to Begin

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By Kansas Department of Transportation

 

STAFFORD COUNTY, Kan. — Work will start soon on a U.S. 281 resurfacing project in Stafford County.

The Kansas Department of Transportation project – a surface recycle and chip seal — will be on U.S. 281 from the U.S. 50 junction to the K-19 junction. The length is 14 miles.

The work is expected to begin around Aug. 14 and be completed around Sept. 22.

During the project, traffic will be controlled by flaggers and a pilot car, and motorists should expect to stop and face delays of up to 15 minutes.

The map above shows the project location, marked in red.

Dustrol Inc., of Towanda, is the primary contractor for the $2,097,974 project.

For updated information on this and other KDOT highway projects and road conditions across the state, go to www.kandrive.org.