The Kansas Department of Transportation is initiating a study of the K-4 Corridor in Saline County from I-135, east to the east side of Gypsum.
According to KDOT, the goal of the study is to identify areas where improvements could be made to improve safety and ease of travel along this corridor. Over the next several weeks KDOT and their consultant, Alfred Benesch & Company, will seek to determine the public’s opinions and priorities for K-4.
Involving the public in the process will allow citizens to provide feedback. The end result will be a long-term vision for the K-4 corridor that will provide KDOT and local agencies with clear direction related to future improvements.
A Public Open House will be held on Tuesday, October 29th. The open house format will provide an opportunity for citizens to provide input and speak one-on-one with project staff.
Time: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Location: Southeast of Saline Schools Administration Building
5056 East K-4 Highway Gypsum, KS 67448
To accommodate all those who may be interested, KDOT has also provided an online survey, available at:
The brief survey will take approximately five minutes to complete. It will remain available through November 15th. A paper copy of the survey can be requested from Stephanie Rittershaus at 402-479-2200, or [email protected]