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U.S. 54 Projects in Kingman County to Begin Soon

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KINGMAN, Kan. – Work will start soon on two related pavement patching and pavement marking projects on U.S. 54 in Kingman County.

The Kansas Department of Transportation projects will be on the same portion of U.S. 54: from the Pratt County line east to the west Ninnescah River bridge. The length is about 5.4 miles.

The work is expected to start around April 3 and be completed around Sept. 15.

During the work, traffic will be restricted to one lane in each direction, and motorists will be directed to drive at a reduced speed.

The map below shows the projects’ location, marked in red.

Iowa Civil Contracting Inc., of Victor, Iowa, is the primary contractor for the $1.4 million pavement patching project and the $315,618 pavement marking project.

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

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