TOPEKA - Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 6 and 7, the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) plans to complete a milling project at eight locations on the state highway system in southeast Kansas.

The material collected will be made available to contractors to assist in preparing bids for future projects. Flaggers will direct one-lane traffic through each milling site, with brief delays expected. The road work will take place between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Aug. 6-7.

The milling locations are:

U.S. 75 in Woodson County, 3½ miles north of the Wilson county line;

U.S. 75 in Montgomery County, 15 miles north of the west junction of U.S. 75/U.S. 166;

U.S. 75 in Montgomery County, ½ mile west of the west city limits of Independence;

U.S. 169 in Montgomery County, six miles south of the east U.S. 169/U.S. 160 junction;

U.S. 169 in Montgomery County, 6½ miles north of the west U.S. 169/U.S. 160 junction;

K-26 in Cherokee County, one mile north of the K-26/U.S. 166/U.S. 400 junction;

K-171 in Cherokee County, 1½ miles east of the K-171/U.S. 69/U.S. 400 junction;

U.S. 160 in Crawford County, 0.7 miles east of the east city limits of Frontenac.

APAC-Kansas, Inc., Shears Division of Hutchinson is contractor on the $10,200 project. Drivers are reminded to watch for the signs and flaggers, slow down and ‘Give ‘Em a Brake.’ Persons with questions may contact Priscilla Petersen at (620) 902-6433.