Why doesn't the city or county do something to decrease the risk of accidents at Kansas Highway 10 and the East Hills Business Park entrance? It's very dangerous.
The Kansas Department of Transportation maintains all state highways. At several meetings, KDOT's engineers have repeated their claim that studies don't show a need for a traffic signal or speed-limit reductions near the intersection. In March, business park officials met with KDOT who promised to continue examining the situation.
Last April, more than 300 of the park's 2,000 employees petitioned KDOT, after several colleagues were injured in a two-vehicle accident as they tried to enter the park from K-10. KDOT studied the situation and recommended no changes.