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Marysville adwarded KDOT grant
02/11/2019

(KMZA)--The city of Marysville has been awarded a nearly $92,000 state grant to install a new raised crosswalk at the Seventh Street corridor intersection with Broadway in an effort to slow traffic.

According to a press release from the Kansas Department of Transportation, the grant is through the Department’s Transportation Alternatives Program for federal fiscal year 2020.

The city will provide a 20 percent local match plus pay for design engineering costs, which should total about $35,000.

Marysville City Administrator Austin St. John said the raised crossing will be made of concrete and will replace the “ hump” that is currently at the intersection.

Twenty-three projects were selected by KDOT for funding, totaling nearly $8.5 million.

 

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