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Publications iconKansas Register

Volume 43 - Issue 13 - March 28, 2024

State of Kansas

Department of Transportation

Notice to Contractors

Electronic copies of the letting proposals and plans are available on the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) website at The website will allow the contractor to request approval from KDOT to bid as a prime contractor and be included on the “Bid Holders List,” or to be included on the “Non-Bid Holders List” as a subcontractor/supplier. KDOT’s approval is required to bid as a prime contractor. To bid as a prime contractor, KDOT needs to be notified of the intent to bid no later than the close of business on the Monday preceding the scheduled letting date. Failure to obtain prior approval to bid as a prime contractor on any projects listed below will be reason to reject your bid. The Secretary reserves the right to reject bids that do not comply with all requirements for preparing a bidding proposal as specified in the 2015 edition of the Kansas Department of Transportation Standard Specifications for State Road and Bridge Construction.

KDOT will only accept electronic Internet proposals using the Bid Express website at until 1:00 p.m. (Central Time) on letting day. The KDOT bid letting will be conducted remotely by audio broadcast only at 3:00 p.m. (Central Time) on letting day. For the conference call information see KDOT has tested the process, but in the event of an unforeseen issue, KDOT will provide updates.

Each bidder shall certify that such person, firm, association, or corporation has not, either directly or indirectly, entered into any agreement, participated in any collusion, or otherwise taken any action in restraint of free competitive bidding in connection with the submitted bid. This certification shall be in the form of a required contract provision provided by the state to each prospective bidder. Failure to complete the required contract provision and certify the completeness of the preceding statement when electronically signing the proposal will make the bid nonresponsive and not eligible for award consideration.

Projects for the April 17, 2024 Letting.

District One – Northeast

Douglas: 23 TE-0517-01 – Church Street, from 20th to 15th Street, pedestrian and bicycle paths, 0.5 miles. (Federal Funds)

Nemaha: 66 C-5195-01 – Major collectors north of US-36, signing, 105.6 miles. (Federal Funds)

Riley: 81 TE-0525-01 – Juliette Avenue, from Pierre Street to Poyntz Avenue, surfacing, 0.1 miles. (Federal Funds)

District Two – North Central

Ellsworth: 232-27 KA-5724-01 – K-232, bridge #055 over Wilson Creek located 1.25 miles south of I-70, bridge replacement. (Federal Funds)

Mitchell: 24-62 KA-6437-01 – US-24, geometric improvements on US-24/K-9 from Oak Street to Elm Street and on Oak Street from 9th Street to US-24/K-9, grading and surfacing, 0.4 miles. (Federal Funds)

Morris: 56-64 U-2402-02 – Routes in Council Grove: Chautauqua Street, from Hall Street to Hays Street; Hall Street, from Chautauqua Street to Neosho Street; 3rd Street, from Oak Street to US-56; US-56, from 3rd Street to 10th Street; 8th Street, from US-56 to Stevens Avenue; and 9th Street, from Welch Street to US-56, pedestrian and bicycle paths, 0.5 miles. (Federal Funds)

District Three – Northwest

Sherman: 24-91 KA-7106-01 – US-24B, from the end of Portland cement concrete pavement (PCCP) east of the K-27/US-24 junction east to the I-70/US-24B junction, milling and overlay, 2.4 miles. (Federal Funds)

Sherman: 70-91 KA-7200-01 – I-70, from 0.5 miles east of Caruso to 0.1 miles east of K-253, milling and overlay, 14.6 miles. (Federal Funds)

District Four – Southeast

Cherokee: 69-11 KA-7308-01 – US-69A, beginning at the US-69A/US-400/K-66 junction north 0.33 miles, pavement marking, 0.3 miles. (Federal Funds)

Franklin: 35-30 KA-6536-01 – I-35, beginning at the Osage/Franklin County line north and east for 20.6 miles to the I-35/US-59 north junction, special, 20.6 miles. (State Funds)

Greenwood: 37 C-5197-01 – Major collectors east of K-99, signing, 114.0 miles. (Federal Funds)

Labette: 59-50 KA-7307-01 – US-59, beginning at the US-59/US-160 junction north 0.41 miles, pavement marking, 0.4 miles. (Federal Funds)

Linn: 54 C-5081-01 – Linn County, 1.0 miles north and 1.2 miles west of LaCygne over BNSF Railroad, bridge replacement, 0.1 miles. (Federal Funds)

Miami: 68-61 KA-7306-01 – K-68, beginning 0.86 miles west of the K-68/US-169/K-7 junction east 0.4 miles, pavement marking, 0.4 miles. (Federal Funds)

Wilson: 400-103 KA-7309-01 – US-400, beginning 3.02 miles northwest of the US-400/K-47 junction northwest 0.6 miles, pavement marking, 0.6 miles. (Federal Funds)

Wilson: 39-103 KA-6728-01 – K-39, bridge #021 over Snake Creek located 7.12 miles east of the US-400/K-39 junction; and bridge #022 over the Verdigris River located 8.48 miles east of the US-400/K-39 junction, bridge repair. (State Funds)

District Five – South Central

Butler: 8 KA-6765-01 – K-900, bridge #170 located at El Dorado State Park, state park road. (State Funds)

Kiowa: 183-49 KA-6945-01 – US-183, bridge #018 over South Branch Rattlesnake Creek located 3.74 miles north of US-54; and bridge #019 over Rattlesnake Creek located 6.01 miles north of US-54, bridge repair. (Federal Funds)

Sedgwick: 135-87 KA-6769-01 – I-135; bridge #036 located 0.42 miles north of I-235, bridge repair. (State Funds)

Sedgwick: 235-87 KA-6771-01 – I-235, bridge #320 located 0.81 miles east of West Street, bridge repair. (State Funds)

Statewide: 106 KA-6262-01 – K-254, US-54 and I-135, in Sedgwick and Butler counties, signing. (Federal Funds)

District Six – Southwest

Lane: 96-51 KA-6607-02 – K-96, beginning at the Scott/Lane County line east to the west city limits of Dighton, guard fence, 11.4 miles. (State Funds)

Ness: 96-68 KA-7107-01 – K-96, from the Ness/Lane County line east to the west city limits of Ness City, milling and overlay, 18.3 miles. (Federal Funds)

Calvin Reed
Department of Transportation

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