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Re: KDOT Contract Lettings - Redux
« Reply #150 on: November 02, 2018, 05:22:29 PM »

Strange. The traffic light there right now doesn't really cause any issues. U.S. 160 there really doesn't have the kind of traffic that creates any problems.

If there's a traffic light there, it's a temporary rig. The plans and GSV show that the intersection has stop signs on US 160, including in the medians (where one would normally see yield signs)

Never mind. I read "69" instead of "169."
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Re: KDOT Contract Lettings - Redux
« Reply #151 on: November 12, 2018, 01:32:43 PM »

October lettings have been updated with the approved bids announced 11/5.

Does anyone know what "heater scarification (no overlay)" means?
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Re: KDOT Contract Lettings - Redux
« Reply #152 on: November 12, 2018, 02:31:19 PM »

Does anyone know what "heater scarification (no overlay)" means?

It appears to be a form of hot in-place pavement recycling that is suitable for pavements that are not too seriously rutted.
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Re: KDOT Contract Lettings - Redux
« Reply #153 on: November 19, 2018, 03:42:22 PM »

December, 2018

Federal-Aid:

7 TE 0455-01: Reconstruction of the 600 block of Utah Street in Hiawatha

36-22 KA 4875-01: Bridge repair of the US 36 bridges over Roseport Road in Elwood

92-44 KA 5082-01: 1.5" Surface recycle and chip seal on K-92 from K-4 east to Liberty Street in Oskaloosa.

10-46 KA 4877-01: Repair of the westbound K-10 bridge over Woodland Road

10-46 KA 5000-01: Mill and HMA overlay on K-10 from the Douglas/Johnson County Line to just east of the K-7 interchange.

69-46 KA 5001-01: Mill and HMA overlay on asphalt areas of US 69 from Blue Valley Parkway north to College Boulevard.
69-46 KA 5002-01: Mill and HMA overlay on US 69 from 199th Street north to 135th Street

99-56 KA 5165-01: Surface recycle and chip seal on K-99 from US 56 north to the Lyon/Wabaunsee County line.
99-99 KA 5103-01: Surface recycle and chip seal on K-99 from the Lyon/Wabaunsee County line north to the South City Limits of Eskridge.

9-58 KA 2101-01: Replacement of the K-9 bridge over Coon Creek.

135-59 KA 5127-01: Milling and HMA overlay on I-135 from south of McPherson north to the McPherson/Saline County line

266-79 KA 4996-01: Milling and HMA overlay of the entire length of K-266

81-79 KA 5108-01: Overlay on US 81 in Republic County

15-101 KA-3086-01: Replacement of the K-15 bridge over Mill Creek.

70-26 KA 4955-01: Repair of the westbound I-70 bridge over US 183 in Hays

70-26 KA 4956-01: Repair of the westbound I-70 bridge over K-247 in Ellis

24-71 KA 4958-01: Repair of a bridge on US 24 ~ 3 miles east of Alton

239-54 KA 4601-01: Surface Recycle and Chip seal of the entire lenght of K-239

69-54 KA 5102-01: HMA overlay on US 69 from Pleaseanton north to 3 miles north of the north junction with K-52

135-40 KA 5125-01: PCCP pavement patching form just south of the South Junction with US 50 north to the Harvey/McPherson County Line

56-80 KA 3894-01: Replacment of a Drainage culvert on US 56 with a actual bridge.

135-87 KA 5128-01: PCCP Pavement patching, grinding, and joint sealing on I-135 from the Turnpike north to Pawnee
Contract:  518122575 Call #:  257
135-87 KA 5130-01: PCCP Patching from the north end of the Canal Route north to 37th Street

135-87 KA 5129-01: Milling and HMA Overlay on I-135 from Pawnee to the south end of the Canal Route

Non Federal-Aid

24-75 KA 5104-01: Mill and overlay on US 24 from the end of the 4-lane at Wamego east to the Pottawatomie/Shawnee County Line

24-89 KA 5115-01: Mill and overlay on US 24 from Menoken Road to Topeka Boluevard

32-105 KA 5114-01: Mill and overlay on K-32 from K-7 east to Turner Diagonal

183A-26 M 0067-01: Asphalt Stockpile for the Hays sub-area site

106 M 0068-01: Asphalt Stockpile for the Phillipsburg and Stockton sub-area sites and the Hicks Park mixing strip.

106 M 0069-01: Asphalt Stockpile for the Colby sub-area site and the Atwood and Oberlin mixing strips

106 M 0070-01: Asphalt Stockpile for the Hoxie sub-area site and the Grainfield, Oakley, and Sharon Springs mixing strips

75-63 KA 5107-01: Milling and HMA overlay on US 75 from Caney to Independence
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Re: KDOT Contract Lettings - Redux
« Reply #154 on: November 21, 2018, 09:57:34 AM »

Saw this in the KC Star today (don't want to start a new thread for this) https://www.kansascity.com/news/politics-government/article221895455.html

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One of the worst traffic bottlenecks in Johnson County — and in the state of Kansas for that matter — will get some relief thanks to about $14.5 million in federal funds and $1.65 million in funds from Johnson County.

Interstate 35 under the 75th Street bridge in Johnson County will be widened by one lane in each direction, with construction starting in spring of 2020, Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer announced Tuesday.
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Re: KDOT Contract Lettings - Redux
« Reply #155 on: December 05, 2018, 11:28:15 AM »

November Bid list updated with the approved bids. Only one project from November did not have an approved bid announced, a brick street rehabilitation project in Manhattan. Presumably, the approved bid has to go to the Manhattan City Council for concurrence before the contract can actually be award.

For some reason, K-171 was noted on the release as K-171(02). This is the first time I've seen such a distinction. Ironically, it should no longer be necessary, as Rice County agreed to take back the 'other' K-171 in exchange for ARRA funds to repave the street in Bushton.
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Re: KDOT Contract Lettings - Redux
« Reply #156 on: December 06, 2018, 03:29:45 PM »

This was at the bottom of the article about the Buck O'Neil bridge grant.

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Outgoing Congressman Kevin Yoder, R-Kan., also announced the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City Kan. got a $13.8 million grant to replace the interchange at Interstate 70 and the Turner Diagonal.

Yoder said in a release the new interchange would open the door for more economic development.

“This is a massive win for KCK, and will continue to build on the already amazing economic development we have seen over the last decade,” Yoder said.

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