- Put the Brakes on Fatalities DayPut the Brakes on Fatalities Day is around the corner. Learn more about the day and how you can help by clicking here
- DRIVE TO ZERODeaths on Kansas roadways are up this year. What can YOU do to stop it? Tweet to us at @KDOTHQ and look here for more details.
- Bicycle and Pedestrian CountsHelp with the bicycle and pedestrian counts in your town. Conducting these county is important to understanding the bicycle and pedestrian needs of Kansas. Learn more here.
- Zipper mergeThe late merge, or zipper merge, is being used for the first time in Kansas. Learn more about the project in the Kansas City Area.
Kansas roads are ranked third best in the nation in overall highway performance and efficiency in a report released today by the Reason Foundation.
The Kansas Department of Transportation will host public transit workshops in Dodge City, Hays, Salina and Topeka from Sept. 27 to 29th.
William Parcells Jr., Pavement Surface Research Engineer for the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT), is retiring on Oct. 1 after 46 years of service to the state of Kansas.
The Kansas Department of Transportation expresses its appreciation for employees celebrating state years-of-service anniversaries in October.
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