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Construction work on K-10 in Douglas County will continue through November 18 according to a release from the Kansas Department of Transportation.

Barring weather delays,  the construction company will be adding rumble strips and doing shoulder work on westbound K-10 Thursday and Friday from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM and during daylight hours on Saturday and Sunday. This work will require that one lane of wetbound K-10 be shut down during those work hours.

On Monday, November 7, the eastbound K-10 work will begin with traffic reduced to one lane from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM during the work week. The eastbound side will also be affected during daylight hours on Saturday and Sunday November 12 and 13.

Finally, the project will be have lane restrictions in both directions the week of November 14 through November 18 from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM as crews complete the project.

We will keep you updated on any further changes to the project as details become available.

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The overlay and mill work project on K-10 that has been ongoing for the last few weeks will impact Eudora this weekend.

According to a release form the Kansas Department of Transportation, the eastbound and westbound entrance/exit ramps at the Church Street interchange will be closed for mill and overlay work beginning at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, October 21 and will reopen to all traffic at 6:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 22.  Only one set of the Church Street interchange ramps will be closed at a time. When one pair of the interchange ramps are finished and reopened, then the other set of ramps will close.  NOTE: There will be no lane closures on K-10 during this time period.

Advance message boards will alert drivers to the ramp closures. No marked detours will be provided. Drivers should expect minor delays and must use alternate routes during the ramp closures.

This work is part of the project that includes resurfacing all lanes of K-10 in Douglas County in both directions and adding rumble strips to the shoulders of both eastbound and westbound lanes.   The project is still on track, according to KDOT to be completed in early November.

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