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Safety Enhancements for Flooding

KTA's new leadership has been working on safety enhancements and improvements to ease flooding concerns for nearly two years. We know you have concerns and we're working hard to meet your expectations. Click 'view news' to see what we've been working on and our plans for the immediate future.

July 10 Accident on I-35/Turnpike

On Friday, July 10, at approximately 5 pm, a northbound vehicle hydroplaned and lost control on the wet roadway at MM 118 on the Kansas Turnpike/I-35. The vehicle left the roadway and entered an area of rapidly moving floodwater in the northbound ditch. This was due to the flash flooding that was occurring in the area. The driver has been identified as 21-year-old Zachary Clark of Keller, Texas. This information has been provided from KHP’s preliminary investigative report. No other information is available at this time as the investigation is still ongoing.

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Read the latest issue of Turnpike Times

Turnpike Times is the monthly publication of the Kansas Turnpike Authority. To view the latest issue click below.

Sign up for KTA’s e-newsletter

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.

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Calendar of Events

02/06/2016 - 02/13/2016

2-6 : KU vs TCU Basketball
2-6 : Monster Jam
2-6 : Monster Jam
2-7 : Motorcycle Sunday
2-7 : Monster Jam

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The Fast Lane - Blog

Work Zone Awareness Digital Art Contest

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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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KTA Fact

There are historical markers at some of the Service Areas that show areas of interest. The Turnpike crosses the historic Santa Fe Trail near milepost 155 and the Oregon Trail near milepost 189.