From seeking new business relationships to being a good partner ourselves, we value business opportunities and the role they play in providing high-quality transportation services
We rely on a variety of partners to maintain and improve the Turnpike system. As a quasi-public organization, our bid process may vary from governmental entities in the state. Currently, the Kansas Turnpike has adopted electronic bidding through Bid Express for construction contracts to increase efficiency and cost effectiveness for contractors and the agency.
Instructions for electronic bidding:
Bid Express Instructions
Below you can find information on projects that are open to bids as well as those that have already been awarded to contractors but are not yet complete.
KTA Contract #7325
This work will include milling, overlaying and raising bridge 102.26.
KTA Contract #7357
Lecompton Interchange Ramp Improvements Ultra-Thin Bonded Asphalt Surface MM 197.9 to 210.7 & Drainage Improvements at MM 212.2 & MM 214.2
KTA Contract #7487
I-70/Turner Diagonal Interchange – Project Manager Consultant (PMC)
KTA Contract #5872
East Kellogg (US-54/400) - Greenwich and I-35 (KTA) Interchanges
KTA Contract #7054
Construction of NB & SB Bridges MM 0.600 and removal of existing RFB.
KTA Contract #7026
South Topeka Interchange & Ramp Improvements Bridge Re-deck & Widening Br. No. 177.337 N & 177.337 S
KTA Contract #7171
Reconstruction of the East Topeka Toll Plaza
KTA Contract #7137
The primary operations to be undertaken with this project (KTA Contract No. 7137) consist of re-decking and raising bridges 168.297 (93rd St.) and 169.627 (85th St.). The project is located in Shawnee County.
KTA Contract #7129
This work will include mill and Superpave overlay from MM 96.3 to MM 112.3, including portions of the Matfield Green service area parking lot.
KTA Contract #7167
Re-deck and widen mainline bridges at Turnpike mile marker 130.360. Remove mainline bridges at Turnpike mile marker 130.120.
KTA Contract #7081
Construction of Rigid Frame Box Bridges at MM 4.40 and 6.20 and geometric improvement at 4.0 interchange in Sumner County.
KTA Contract #7326
This work will include Milling and Superpave Overlay of driving lanes from MM 135.8 to MM 167.8, Milling and Overlay of Admire Interchange at MM 147, Shoulder Seal of the inside and outside shoulders in both directions and placement of Pavement Edge Wedge (Rock) at outside shoulders, both directions as shown in plans.
KTA Contract #7107
This project on KTA (I-35) in Sedgwick County is for improvement of the acceleration and deceleration ramps at Plaza 42 (South Wichita).
KTA Contract #7290
Southern Terminal ORT Construction Project.
KTA Contract #7170
Bridge Rehabilitation Br. Nos. 40.024 & 40.449
KTA Contract #7194
This work will include re-decking and raising bridges 99.960 NB and 99.960SB And overlaying bridges 94.00 NB and 94.00 SB.
Let us help you get your business out there. We have multiple opportunities to advertise along the Turnpike.
Blue Logo Highway Signs
Toll Plazas and Service Areas
Limited advertising is available at toll plaza and service area locations. To receive information on this opportunity, contact our advertising partner.
The Kansas Turnpike Authority provides annual reporting on financial and traffic information. See the current annual report and bond rating information below. For questions regarding investor relations information, please contact us.
Bond Rating Information
View the latest bond rating documents provided by Moody's Investor Services and Standard & Poor's Financial Services (S&P).
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)
View the latest CAFR for Fiscal Year 2018.
Learn about accomplishments and other statistics over the past five years here.
Stretching from border-to-border and running through the Flint Hills, the Kansas Turnpike plays an important role in the state’s economic development. The roadway connects Kansas’ four largest communities and serves as a conduit for moving people and goods in Kansas.
Long-Term Needs Study
We've planned over 40 improvement projects along the Turnpike through 2025 to help travelers keep moving, including Open Road Tolling and more. Learn more about the study and our progress.
We're compatible with various electronic transponders and continue to explore partnerships with other states. View our Interoperability page for more information.
We recognize the essential role we play in getting goods and services to communities along the Turnpike and beyond, and we strive to make commercial travel easy. Learn more about commercial travel here.