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KDOT Adds Flood Information Page to Website

A new regional Missouri River flood information page has been added to the KDOT website. The site can be accessed directly at www.ksdot.org/flood.asp or from KDOT’s home page, www.ksdot.org, KanDrive, www.kandrive.org, or directly from the 511 Map at http://511.ksdot.org. With roads closed due to flooding in Kansas as well as Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa, the site provides information for all ... Read More »

Highway 36 Travel is NOT Recommended

The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) is recommending an alternate route for travelers wishing to travel on US Highway 36 through northeast Kansas until July 1st. US-36 is not recommended as an alternate route through northeast Kansas due to existing construction projects and lane closures. The recommended route through northeast Kansas for this weekend is as follows: • For southbound ... Read More »

Kandrive.org and 511 Available to Travelers

Kansas Department of Transportation’s would like to remind travelers of the website, kandrive.org.  The site provides travel information and trip planning in Kansas. The site provides road condition and work zone information and links to other information, such as Closed Roads Reports, Driving Conditions Reports, weather and travel information for other states and more. You can also call 511 from ... Read More »

KanDrive and 511 provide easy access to travel information

KanDrive and 511 provide easy access to travel information             Fans traveling to football games this fall can help themselves arrive at stadiums safely and on time for kickoff by using KanDrive, KDOT’s new travel information portal, and the Kansas 511 travel information phone system.             Before you head out, by visiting KanDrive, www.kandrive.org, a one-stop gateway for travel information ... Read More »

KDOT Launches KanDrive, a One-Stop Shop For Roadway Information

How are road conditions east of Topeka on I-70? Is there a traffic accident slowing my evening commute? Where are work zones on Kansas highways? These are some of the questions that drivers can find answers to, thanks to KanDrive (http://www.KanDrive.org). KanDrive, operated by the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT), connects travelers to helpful, relevant information to plan safe, enjoyable ... Read More »