Work on K-27 in Cheyenne County (KS) expected to last through November

Sacha SanguinettiOctober 3, 2019

The Kansas Department of Transportation expects to begin work on a mill and overlay project on a portion of K-27 in Cheyenne County the week of Oct. 7.

The project covers a 13-mile area starting at the Sherman County line and extending north to the east U.S. 36 junction. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the construction zone and directed by flaggers and a pilot car during daylight hours. Minor delays not exceeding 15 minutes should be anticipated. Work is expected to be finished by the end of November, weather permitting.

Venture Corporation is the primary contractor for the project with a total contract cost of approximately $2.2 million. For more information, contact Atwood area construction manager Kegan Hemel at 785-626-3258 or [email protected].

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