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KDOT Selects 24 Transportation Projects for Cost-Share Awards

Projects could benefit movement of ag products, such as wheat to elevators or millers

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On July 9, Kansas State Department of Transportation (KDOT) announced the award of almost $20 million statewide for 24 projects as part of KDOT’s Cost Share Program.

The program provides funding to local groups for transportation projects to improve safety, support job growth, enhance mobility, and relieve congestion.

The selected projects include road improvements in Logan County and three bridge replacements in Kingman County.

Given Kansas’s status as a major source of agricultural products, the KDOT projects could benefit the movement of agricultural products, such as wheat to elevators or millers.

Information provided by USDA Grain Transportation Report.

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