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What is a KLINK project? My understanding is that it is some sort of city road project.

KLINK is shorthand for the Kansas Department of Transportation's City Connecting Link program. The program provides state money to cities to repave "connecting link" roads. Connecting link roads generally are city streets that also serve as state or federal highways. Examples in Lawrence include: Sixth Street, which serves as U.S. Highway 40; Iowa Street, which serves as U.S. Highway 59; and 23rd Street, which serves as Kansas Highway 10.

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