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K-11 Bridge in Kingman County Reduced to One Lane, Controlled by Signals

KINGMAN Kan. – Traffic on a K-11 bridge over Smoots Creek in Kingman County has been reduced to one lane, controlled by traffic signals. The bridge on K-11 is northwest of the city of Kingman and about 5.75 miles north of U.S. 54/400.

With the traffic signals, motorists can expect delays of up to five minutes at the bridge. There is a 12-foot width restriction.

The lane restriction will remain in place at least until further analysis is complete. When that analysis is complete, the Kansas Department of Transportation will either make repairs to the existing structure or advance replacement of the bridge.

KDOT has been planning to replace the bridge, with construction expected around early 2025. The current bridge was built around 1953. KDOT will continue to monitor the bridge condition. The map shows the approximate location of the bridge, marked in red.