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Represented By:
Michael Moriarty
Chief of Transportation Planning

700 S.W. Harrison Street
Topeka, KS 66603



Kansas Department of Transportation

Whether by highway, rail or air, Kansas offers excellent transportation and marketing advantages for your business. Because we are centrally located, and because we have focused on building and maintaining an outstanding multimodal infrastructure, it is easier and cheaper to ship to and from Kansas. We are home to numerous production facilities, warehouses and distribution centers that have found shipping raw materials and finished goods is more profitable when you are located in the nation’s heartland.

KDOT’s current transportation funding Program, the Eisenhower Legacy Transportation Program or IKE, is the fourth consecutive major transportation program and was passed by the Kansas Legislature with strong bipartisan support in March 2020. Like its predecessors, IKE is a 10-year program that addresses highways, bridges, public transit, aviation, short-line rail and bike/pedestrian needs across Kansas. The program and associated projects are focused on making roads safer, supporting economic growth and creating more options and resources for Kansans and their communities.

You can rest assured the State of Kansas is committed to infrastructure investment, which pays dividends for your business both today and down the road.


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