Turnpike Times

January 2020


DRIVING CHANGE 2025 Strategic Plan

It’s a new day at KTA. We are excited to announce our new strategic plan DRIVING CHANGE 2025. The new plan supports organizational goals with four strategic initiatives: nationwide compatibility, increased electronic tolling, modernization to cashless toll collection, and partnerships with KDOT or others. You can view the plan at https://bit.ly/2Nr0XBd.­­



K-TAG Tip of the Month: Annual Account Review

Start the year with a refresh to your K-TAG account. Here are a few things to look over:

  • Contact: name, address, phone number, email
  • Payment: current credit/debit card or bank account
  • License plate: confirm each K-TAG has a license plate associated to it
  • Whitelist email: add ktag@ksturnpike.com and estatements@ksturnpike.com to your address book to ensure you receive important account notifications, such as an expiring credit card or declined payment.

All of your account management can be done easily online through our account management portal.



A Look Back at 2019

From commercial traffic improvements, highway speed electronic lanes, crisis management during the flood and many employee awards, 2019 was filled with great accomplishments. We are eager for not only the new year, but a new decade of projects and improvements for our organization and our roadway. Take a look back at some of our big accomplishments of 2019.




With 236 miles of roadway to manage, we’re always looking to add new members in a variety of positions. To view all of our open positions and to apply, visit the employment page.

Construction Highlight

This new year will bring more projects to preserve and modernize our roadway. View current project status and upcoming projects in January’s Construction Report.



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