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K-14 pavement marking to start in Reno, Rice counties

Pavement marking will begin around Sept. 22 on 12 miles of K-14 in Reno and Rice counties.

The project consists of two connected sections on K-14: in Reno County from just east of Hodge Road north to the Rice County line and in Rice County north to the south city limits of Lyons. The work excludes Sterling.

During the work, traffic will be restricted to one lane and controlled by flaggers and a pilot car. Motorists should be prepared to stop and face delays of up to 15 minutes.

The project is expected to be completed around Oct. 23, depending on the weather.

The Kansas Department of Transportation is overseeing the project.

Cillessen & Sons Inc., of Kechi is the primary contractor for the project’s two contracts, totaling $149,872.