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Where does your K-TAG take you?

Share your travel adventures by participating in the 'K-TAG Takes Me' contest. You could be one of four lucky winners. Find out how to enter.

K-TAG ‘swap’ started

Did you get an email or postcard asking you to swap your older hard-case K-TAG with a new one? Learn more about this 2014 summer project.

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This newsletter, Turnpike News, will soon transition into Turnpike E-News. Keep reading to learn how to sign up to receive the e-mailed newsletter for information on the Turnpike, transportation and travel throughout the state of Kansas.

K-TAG Satisfaction Survey results are in

In early fall, the Kansas Turnpike Authority conducted a customer survey to determine the level of satisfaction with the K-TAG program. Keep reading for the link to the survey results.

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Calendar of Events

09/21/2014 - 09/28/2014

9-23 : Demi Lovato, KCMO
9-23 : Sporting KC vs Real Esteli, KCKS
9-25 : Brian McKnight, Newkirk, OK
9-26 : Sporting KC vs New England, KCKS
9-26 : 2014 Don Gay Bull Riding Tour Finals, Mulvane

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K-TAG Re-designed to Simplify Travel

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KTA Projects & Events

Here's a sample of our most recent photos. To see more, please visit us on Flickr.

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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

May 1987
65 mph on rural interstates
55 mph through town of 50,000 or more and from Emporia to Topeka

October 1987
Emporia to Topeka re-classified as I-335 and now 65 mph

1993
65 mph around Wichita & Topeka

1996
70 mph from Oklahoma line to I-70/435. 65 mph from I-70 to 18th St.

1997
Entire Turnpike changed to 70 mph

2011
Turnpike from K-7 near Bonner Springs south to Oklahoma border changed to 75 mph

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