Thirty-five projects totaling $11.7 million in overall cost and $6.3 million in state funds have been selected for funding under the Kansas Department of Transportation’s 2014 city connecting links (KLINK) resurfacing program.
“KLINK projects are important to communities statewide providing funding to address roadway surfacing needs on city connecting links of the State Highway System,” said Secretary of Transportation Mike King. “Projects range in scope from surface replacement and overlay to minor patching and joint repair.”
Through the Local Partnership Program, the state’s participation in the cost of the project is 75 percent for cities with a population of less than 10,000 or 50 percent for cities with a population of 10,000 or greater, up to a maximum of $200,000.
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