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The project to resurface K-10 and add rumble strips to the medians along K-10 in Douglas County has once again been delayed.
Kansas Department of Transportation Public Affairs Manager Kimberly Qualls stated that the project is now delayed until further notice.
“The contractor (Hamm Contsruction) wants to complete the majority of the I-70/KTA work before they begin the K-10 project, so that they have all resources dedicated to one project at a time,” Qualls said.
The project will include resurfacing the lanes in both directions of K-1o in Douglas County plus widening the shoulders and including rumble strips on all shoulders.
Qualls also stated that the contractor can finish the project by the original scheduled completion date (early November 2011, weather permitting).
Qualls added that KDOT will notify the public a minimum of two days prior to the project starting.