(Dodge City, KS) (westernkansasnews.com)
Both a proposed Dodge City project and a Garden City project have been selected by KDOT to be funded through the state transportation agency’s KLINK resurfacing program. A KDOT spokesperson says that thirty-five projects totaling $11.7 million in overall cost and $6.3 million in state funds have been selected for funding under the KDOT 2014 city connecting links, KLINK, resurfacing program.
In Dodge City the funding will be used for resurfacing along US-50 as it runs through town from the western to the eastern Dodge City limits. In Garden City the money will be used for resurfacing work on K-156 from 400 feet west of Center Street to 200 feet east of Center Street.