The Kansas Turnpike Authority will consider requests for contributions to non-profit organizations and activities that address community needs and priorities, including disaster relief, special projects, and endowments. The KTA reserves the right to refuse a contribution to any applicant.
Applications must be made between April 1 and April 30 of each year. Only applications received during April will be considered. Approved contribution requests will be awarded during the month of May.
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The Kansas Turnpike Authority accepts bids on a variety of projects. See our current requests.
Businesses within a certain distance of KTA Interchanges are able to place their logo on a blue highway sign in accordance with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). For information on the cost and guidelines of this program, please contact us!
The Kansas Turnpike currently offers a few advertising and sponsorship opportunities. For information on toll booth or service area advertising, contact us!
Businesses and organizations can be recognized on Adopt-a-Highway signs on the Kansas Turnpike.
If you’re interested in this program or want more information, visit www.adoptahighway.net or contact Sarah Parkes at (800) 540-8694 or e-mail email@example.com.
SPEED LIMIT CHANGES
1956 - 1957
Reasonable and Prudent
1957 - 1970
80 mph Maximum
40 mph Minimum
1970 - 1974
75 mph Maximum - Day
70 mph Maximum - Night
40 mph Minimum
1974 - 1987
55 mph Maximum
65 mph on rural interstates
55 mph through town of 50,000 or more and from Emporia to Topeka
Emporia to Topeka re-classified as I-335 and now 65 mph
65 mph around Wichita & Topeka
70 mph from Oklahoma line to I-70/435. 65 mph from I-70 to 18th St.
Entire Turnpike changed to 70 mph
Turnpike from K-7 near Bonner Springs south to Oklahoma border changed to 75 mph