Investments

Project Status:
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  • Totals

    Completed: $150 million
    Scheduled: $1 billion
  • State Highways InfoKansas has over 10,000 miles of highways in the state, most of which are maintained by KDOT. 847 miles are a shared responsibility of KDOT and the local government because they pass through the city limits, and the Kansas Turnpike Authority maintains 238 miles.

    Completed:
    $150 million
    Scheduled:
    $1 billion
    • Preservation InfoRepair and reconstruction of roads and bridges

      Completed:
      $150 million
      45 miles
      12 Bridges
      Scheduled:
      $150 million
      45 miles
      12 Bridges
      • Reconstruction InfoComplete rebuilding of an existing roadway or bridge

        Completed:
        $150 million
        45 miles
        12 Bridges
        Scheduled:
        $150 million
        45 miles
        12 Bridges
      • Rehabilitation InfoWork that prolongs the life of the roadway, such as pavement overlays and crack repairs

        Completed:
        $150 million
        45 miles
        12 Bridges
        Scheduled:
        $150 million
        45 miles
        12 Bridges
    • Modernization InfoImprovements to the existing system, such as the addition of shoulders

      Completed:
      $150 million
      2 miles
      Scheduled:
      $1 billion
      2 miles
      • Roadways InfoImprovements to the roadway, such as addition of shoulders, flattening of hills, and straightening of curves

        Completed:
        $150 million
        45 miles
        Scheduled:
        $150 million
        45 miles
      • Railroad Crossings InfoImprovements to locations where roads and railroads intersect. Includes addition of gates, warning signals, and improvements to the physical crossings themselves

        Completed:
        $150 million
        2 improvements
        Scheduled:
        $150 million
        2 improvements
    • Expansion InfoConstruction of new highways, such as additional lanes or interchanges

      Completed:
      $150 million
      2 miles
      2 interchanges
      Scheduled:
      $150 million
      2 miles
      2 interchanges
      • Roadways InfoImprovements to the roadway that improve traffic flow, such as addition of lanes, passing lanes, and interchanges. Also includes technology investments such as ramp metering

        Completed:
        $150 million
        2 miles
        2 interchanges
        Scheduled:
        $150 million
        2 miles
        2 interchanges
      • Railroad Seperations InfoConstruction of bridges to allow road traffic to pass over the railroad (or vice versa)

        Completed:
        $150 million
        2 separations
        Scheduled:
        $150 million
        2 separations
  • Local Roads InfoKansas has over 130,000 miles of roads that are maintained by local units of government

    Completed:
    $150 million
    Scheduled:
    $1 billion
    • KDOT Local Partnership InfoKDOT has a series of programs designed to assist with local road projects

      Completed:
      $150 million
      2 miles
      Scheduled:
      $150 million
      2 miles
      • State Highway InfoThese partnership projects that involve state highways. They are often on the highways that are within the limits of a city with a focus on safety and preservation

        Completed:
        $150 million
        2 miles
        Scheduled:
        $150 million
        2 miles
      • Local Road InfoThese projects are on roads that are maintained by local units of government and are off the state system. They are done in partnership between KDOT and local and often times the federal governments. Projects usually have a safety or preservation focus

        Completed:
        $150 million
        2 miles
        Scheduled:
        $150 million
        2 miles
    • Special City County Highway Fund Info1/3 of all motor fuel taxes are allocated to local governments for maintenance of local roadways

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    • City Connecting Link Payments InfoKDOT provides $3,000 per lane mile in assistance to local governments for the maintenance of state highways that pass through city limits

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  • Modes InfoThis category includes all non-roadway forms of transportation

    Completed:
    $150 million
    Scheduled:
    $1 billion
    • Public Transit InfoKDOT administers several state and federal programs that provide funding for transit capital improvements like buses and vans, and operating expenses. The majority of transit funding is provided at the local level

      Completed:
      $150 million
      2 rides
      Scheduled:
      $150 million
      2 rides
    • Rail InfoKDOT provides loans and grants for the maintenance and improvement of the state‚Äôs shortline railroads

      Completed:
      $150 million
      Scheduled:
      $1 billion
    • Bike and Pedestrian InfoKDOT administers trail and path projects that are funded with federal funds. No state funds are used on these projects

      Completed:
      $150 million
      Scheduled:
      $1 billion

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