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Temporary signals in place at U.S. 50/U.S. 183 in Kinsley
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Starting around Wednesday, traffic at the U.S. 50/U.S. 183 junction in Kinsley will be controlled by temporary traffic signals in all directions, the Kansas Department of Transportation announced this week.

Normally, the east-west traffic on U.S. 50 has no traffic signals, and the north-south U.S. 183 traffic is controlled by stop signs.

The temporary signals at the junction are being installed to allow nearby work to proceed on a Kansas Department of Transportation project reconstructing U.S. 183 through Kinsley. The project is proceeding from the south end of the Edwards County city.

The overall project is expected to be completed around Nov. 18, 2023.

Vogts-Parga Construction, of Newton, is the primary contractor for the $5.8 million project.

For updated information on other KDOT highway projects and road conditions across the state, go