Updated Road Closures Caused By Flooding

By: Release (Posted by Josh Mabry)
By: Release (Posted by Josh Mabry)

KDOT RELEASE at 10:42 a.m. Thursday :

K-7 in Doniphan County from north of the city of White Cloud to the Kansas/Nebraska state line is NOW CLOSED to all traffic due to flood waters over the roadway as of 1:30 p.m. TODAY, Thursday, May 30.

NOW OPEN! K-9 in Marshall County over the Black Vermillion River (between mile markers 248-250) is NOW OPEN to all traffic. K-9 was closed due to flood waters over the roadway at 9:30 a.m. TODAY, Thursday, May 30.

K-87 in Marshall County from the K-9 junction south to the Village of Vilets is STILL CLOSED to all traffic due to flood waters over the roadway as of 9:30 a.m. TODAY, Thursday, May 30.

NOW OPEN! K-116 in Jackson and Atchison Counties from the K-16 junction (east of Holton) to U.S. 59 junction over Elk Creek and Delaware River is NOW OPEN to all traffic! K-116 was closed due to flood waters over the roadway at 6:45 a.m. on Wednesday, May 29.

Drivers must use alternate routes. No marked detours provided. Drivers: Do not attempt to drive through flooded or high water on roadways. TURN AROUND. DON’T DROWN!

The roadway is not expected to reopen until later today. We will let you know when this roadway reopens to all traffic.

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For Kansas Road Information related to flooding: KanDrive is the online travel info portal, www.KanDrive.org, that displays information from KDOT’s traveler information technology, including highway cameras, dynamic message signs, traffic management centers and 511 phone, online and mobile (http://511mm.ksdot.org). Travelers can obtain updated road conditions simply by calling 511 from any phone (landline or cellular), or by clicking on the following link: http//511.ksdot.org, drivers can obtain updated all of Kansas road conditions at anytime, day or night.

K-116 in Jackson and Atchison Counties from the K-16 junction (east of Holton) to U.S. 59 junction over Elk Creek and Delaware River STILL CLOSED due to flood waters over the roadway as of 6:45 a.m. on Wednesday, May 29.

Drivers must use alternate routes. No marked detours provided. Drivers: Do not attempt to drive through flooded or high water on roadways. TURN AROUND. DON’T DROWN!

The roadway is not expected to reopen until later today. We will let you know when this roadway reopens to all traffic.

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For Kansas Road Information related to flooding: KanDrive is the online travel info portal, www.KanDrive.org, that displays information from KDOT’s traveler information technology, including highway cameras, dynamic message signs, traffic management centers and 511 phone, online and mobile (http://511mm.ksdot.org). Travelers can obtain updated road conditions simply by calling 511 from any phone (landline or cellular), or by clicking on the following link: http//511.ksdot.org, drivers can obtain updated all of Kansas road conditions at anytime, day or night.


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