Construction Pipeline

Summer 2021 Construction Pipeline Announcements

KDOT has released the first list of highway projects moving into construction as part of the state's IKE program– a 10-year $10 billion plan dedicated to investing in the modernization, preservation, and expansion of the state's transportation infrastructure.

Read more about the process and IKE here.

Expansion and Modernization Project - Johnson County

You can read the official announcement from Governor Laura Kelly's office here. Click on a project name to view the project sheet.

US-69 Johnson County: 151st St north to 103rd St
6-lane freeway

Eight Highway Improvement Projects - Eastern Kansas

You can read the official announcement from Governor Laura Kelly's office here. Click on a project name to view the project sheet.

US-400 Cherokee County: East of Cherokee
Passing lanes
US-400 Greenwood County: Between Piedmont and Severy
Passing lanes
US-169 Neosho County: Between K-47 and Earlton
Passing lanes
US-169 Neosho Co.: Between Wilson-Montgomery county line and Thayer
Passing lanes
I-70 Shawnee County: MacVicar to 4th St (Polk-Quincy)
6-lane freeway
K-7 Bourbon County: Crawford/Bourbon County Line to US-69 Jct
Widen and add shoulders
K-7 Crawford County: Girard to Crawford/Bourbon county line
Widen and add shoulders
US-40 Douglas County: US-40 (6th St)/K-10 interchange at Lawrence
Reconstruct interchange as DDI

Six Highway Improvement Projects - South Central Kansas

You can read the official announcement from Governor Laura Kelly's office here. Click on a project name to view the project sheet.

I-235 Sedgwick County: I-235/I-135/K-254 Interchange (North Junction)
Reconstruct interchange
US-50 Harvey County: Northeast of Walton
Extend existing passing lanes
US-50 Harvey County: 5 Miles East of Burrton
Extend existing passing lanes
US-50 Harvey/Marion County: West of Peabody
Extend existing passing lanes
US-160 Sumner County: I-35 to Sumner/Cowley County Line
Rehabilitate and add shoulders
K-42 Sumner/Sedgwick County: K-2 to Clonmel
Rehabilitate and add shoulders

Nine Highway Improvement Projects - Western Kansas

You can read the official announcement from Governor Laura Kelly's office here. Click on a project name to view the project sheet.

US-54 Meade County: between Meade and Fowler
Passing lanes

US-54 Meade County: between the Seward-Meade county line and Plains
Passing lanes
US-54 Pratt County: Between Wellsford and Cullison
Extend existing passing lanes
US-54 Kiowa County: Between Greensburg and Haviland
Extend existing passing lanes
US-54 Kiowa County: Between Ford-Kiowa county line and Mullinville
Passing lanes
US-50 Ford County: East of Spearville
Passing lanes
US-50 Ford County: East of Wright
Passing lanes
K-156 Hodgeman County: 4 miles west of Jetmore to Hanston
Rehabilitate and add shoulders
US-50 Edwards County: Between Offerle and Kinsley
Extend existing passing lanes

Have Questions?

Do you have a question, comment, suggestion or concern? Contact us by emailing IKE@KS.gov or by using the message fields located at the bottom of every page. You can also find out more about how we put your ideas to good work with our local consult process here.