U.S. 56 Resurfacing to Begin in Morton, Haskell, and Gray Counties

Joe Denoyer - April 21, 2021 8:01 am

U.S. 56 resurfacing to begin in Morton County

Crews are expected to begin a resurfacing project on U.S. 56 in Morton County on Monday, April 26, according to the Kansas Department of Transportation. The project is expected to begin at the Oklahoma State Line in Morton County and continue east to the west Rolla city limits.

Traffic will be reduced to one lane guided by a pilot car during the project.

APAC Shears of Hutchinson is the contractor on this $3.1 million project, which is expected to be completed in June, weather permitting.

Also resurfacing to begin in Haskell and Gray counties.

Crews are expected to begin a resurfacing project on K-144 in Haskell and Gray counties on Monday, May 3, according to the Kansas Department of Transportation. The project is expected to begin at the U.S. 83/K-144 junction in Haskell County and continue east approximately 17 miles to the U.S. 56/K-144 junction in Gray County.

Traffic will be reduced to one lane guided by a pilot car during the project.

Dustrol Inc. of Towanda is the contractor on this $1.3 million project, which is expected to be completed in June, weather permitting.

 

For more information on this project, contact Larry Meyer, Area Construction Manager, at (620) 384-7821, or Lisa Knoll, KDOT District 6 Public Affairs Manager, at (620) 260-6397.

 

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