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How much does it cost the city to replace new traffic lights with working traffic lights, like at 23rd and Harper streets?

The city contributed $62,400 to the Kansas Department of Transportation's $276,248 "Geometric Improvement" project at 23rd and Harper streets, the city said. The project added a northbound left-turn lane on the south leg of the intersection, which required Harper Street to be widened and two traffic signal poles to be replaced, to accommodate longer mast-arms.


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