K-51 reopened in Morton County

KSCB News - November 22, 2013 7:44 pm

The Kansas Department of Transportation has re-opened Kansas Highway 51 in Morton County with the completion of a project that replaced two culverts east of Richfield with reinforced concrete boxes. K-51 had been closed between Richfield and Rolla since July 16.

The work was performed by J & J Contractors, Inc., of Iola at a cost of 366-thousand dollars. Some work along the shoulders, including seeding remains, but that should have little impact on traffic.

 

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