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Field survey is set for Blood Creek bridge replacement
Map shows the project location, circled.

A field survey will begin soon for a proposed bridge replacement over Blood Creek drainage on U.S. 281 in Barton County.

The proposed replacement would be about a third of a mile east of the west K-4/U.S. 281 junction. The approximate length of the survey is 3,000 feet, and the survey will be based on the existing alignment.

This field survey effort will begin around May 11 and is estimated to be completed by June 16.

The survey is to gather information for the detailed design of the proposed improvement.

A member of the survey crew first will contact property owners and/or tenants for permission to enter private property if needed. Survey activities will include the use of survey instruments on the ground to determine locations of existing features within the survey corridor.

Michael Selley, P.S., Survey Manager, KDOT, Bureau of Right of Way, will be in charge of this survey.