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Sound Off: Is the work being done on the Kansas River bridge right now redundant because they just worked on it?

Megan Gilliland, the city’s communications manager, provided this information: This project is a Kansas Department of Transportation project that started last August. KDOT’s contract crews finished the two southbound lanes and the outside northbound lane in 2011. The project was suspended for winter in mid-November. The overlay work on the northbound bridge is scheduled to be complete in early June, weather permitting

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justanotherface 2 years ago

So it's going to take several months just to do the ONE lane?! The bridge construction is a pain the @$$ and so is having Mass Street all tore up by the Dillons construction.

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somedude20 2 years ago

Alter Bridge is Creed....don't be fooled! When the bridge is all done, can we invite Limp Bizkit over so we can throw them off of it (much in the same way that a bottle of champagne is broken to christen a boat)?

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BrianR 2 years ago

This shouldn't be a secret to anyone but Kansas has two seasons, winter and construction.

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RoeDapple 2 years ago

It does seem like the bridges are getting heavily patched or a major resurfacing almost every year.

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LadyJ 2 years ago

Open mouth , insert foot.

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