A stretch of U.S. Highway 40 west of the K-10 interchange at Sixth Street will close for about 100 days beginning Wednesday.
A stretch of U.S. Highway 40 west of the Kansas Highway 10 interchange at Sixth Street will close for about 100 days beginning next week.
A man was killed and two women were injured in a three-vehicle crash on Kansas Highway 10 Monday afternoon in Lawrence.
A section of U.S. Highway 40 (West Sixth Street) was set to be closed for about 100 days, but that closure has been postponed until spring of 2024, according to an update from KDOT.
As part of the Kansas Highway 10 interchange project, a section of U.S. Highway 40 (West Sixth Street) will be closed for about 100 days, beginning Tuesday.
KDOT is beginning work on a project to create a diverging diamond interchange at Sixth Street (U.S. Highway 40) and Kansas Highway 10. Work is expected to be complete by the end of 2024.
The westbound ramp from Kansas Highway 10 to Lexington Avenue in De Soto was set to close Thursday as workers prepare to demolish the westbound bridge deck this weekend.
Bridge improvement work along a roughly 9-mile stretch of K-10 between Eudora and K-7 is set to begin Monday, and it’s expected to continue through early December.
The community is invited to a meeting to learn about planned changes to the Wakarusa interchange with Kansas Highway 10.
At least two people have been injured in crashes involving deer on highways in Douglas County within the past week, according to local public safety agencies.
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