Shutting down the stoplight at a busy intersection in W. Wichita

Ted Woodward
March 14, 2019 - 12:48 pm

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The City is getting rid of one of its stop-light intersections in the west part of Wichita.

Mayor Jeff Longwell says the City is trying to reduce accidents and increase traffic flow on W. Kellogg, and after a six-month-long study, has deteremined the best course of action would be to eliminate the stoplight at 111th Street West where it intersects with Kellogg. Work for the permanent closure of 111th will begin next month, at a cost of $1.25 million.

Wichita has 17 road projects scheduled for 2019, at a total cost of $226 million.

 

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