Turnpike Times

November 20, 2021

2021 Annual Report, Survey Results and Toll Adjustment

Earlier this month, KTA released its Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Report, Customer Satisfaction Survey results and plans for a toll adjustment effective February 1, 2022. K-TAG customers will only see an approximate two percent increase and will receive a larger discount, up to 35% off the cash rate. The toll adjustment will help maintain KTA’s strong financial position which will be needed to fund future improvements and aid in recovery from lost revenue due to COVID-19.

The full news release can be read on KTA’s website.

Construction Report

The construction season is coming to a close, but progress is still being made. Read the latest status of KTA’s ongoing roadway projects in November’s Construction Update.

K-TAG Tip of the Month: Regional Travel

As you prepare for the holiday season, don’t forget that your valid K-TAG will also work on toll roads in Oklahoma and Texas! Ensure your license plate is also on your account for the smoothest experience.

Keep Your Holiday Travels Smooth

The holiday travel season is here and KTA partnered with the Kansas Department of Transportation and the Kansas Highway Patrol to provide drivers with some important safety tips:

  • Check Kan-Drive to know road conditions before you go.
  • Pay less on tolls with the K-TAG electronic toll program and travel seamlessly in Oklahoma and Texas.
  • Always buckle up and drive sober.

And as always, an emergency kit is a great addition to your vehicle any time you travel!

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