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roadman65:
I was noticing that in Wichita, Kansas that many ramps along the US 54 & 400 freeway (still referred to as Kellog Avenue despite it being freeway grade) are so close together that weaving issues are created especially at the I-235 cloverleaf.

Does KDOT have plans to redo the whole Kellog freeway so that the ramps are better aligned?  Also the N Bound I-135 to W Bound K-96 and S Bound I-235 is also a bottleneck as the tight cloverleaf ramp is too inadequate to handle the traffic counts that it can handle plus the merge with K-254 W Bound also slows traffic as well because it has to alternate with K-254 as well.

will_e_777:
this?

http://www.235kelloggcentral.com/

The Ghostbuster:
Will any more sections of US 54/400 be upgraded to freeway standards in the near future?

Scott5114:
I seem to remember, but may be wrong, that either the city of Wichita or Sedgwick County administers the Kellogg freeway, despite it carrying US-54/400.

snowedin:

--- Quote from: The Ghostbuster on November 04, 2015, 03:08:14 PM ---Will any more sections of US 54/400 be upgraded to freeway standards in the near future?

--- End quote ---

They're still working east toward Greenwich Rd.

http://www.scrippsmedia.com/kfdi/news/More-improvements-announced-for-East-Kellogg-279540712.html

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