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KDOT: Public Transportation

Speakers from Transit Day at the Capitol 2019

(clockwise from top) Chris Herrick, Division Director, KDOT; Anne Smith, Executive Director, Flint Hills Area Transportation Agency and Chair of the Kansas Public Transit Association; Sen. Mike Petersen, Chair of Senate Transportation Committee; and Rep. Richard Proehl, Chair of House Transportation Committee were all speakers at this year’s Transit Day at the Capitol.  Please see the link, below, to hear their remarks on how transit and paratransit services support Kansas’ economy, job market, access to education, and increased health outcomes.


KDOT administers public transportation programs funded by the Federal Transit Administration and the State of Kansas. Both the federal and state programs are designed to meet the transportation needs of elderly persons, persons with disabilities, and the general public. KDOT currently supports approximately 145 transit programs covering most of the state’s 105 counties.

8-30-19: Public Transit Call for Projects

The Kansas Department of Transportation issued a call for projects on

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KDOT: Bicycle Safety

 

                

           
        
                   

In Kansas, bicyclists are required to follow the same    rules of the road as motorists.  Please ride safely, be courteous to other    roadway users, and abide by all Kansas traffic laws.  Always ride a well-maintained    bicycle and know your riding limitations.  You should be able to ride comfortably    with minimal strain at least half of the total distance planned to be covered    each day of your tour.

   

     

Helmets:  Bicyclists are strongly encouraged to wear American National Standards Institute   (ANSI), or the American Society for Testing and Materials  (ASTM), or Snell Memorial Foundation  (Snell) approved helmets at all times.

Paved Shoulders:  Bicyclists are strongly encouraged to ride on paved shoulders which are equal to or greater than three feet in width whenever they are available.

Ride to the Right, With Traffic:  Ride with normal traffic flow and ride to the right side of the roadway.  If lane width allows, stay within

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