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Posted on: August 7, 2023

K-177 Resurfacing to Start Soon in Butler County


Aug. 7, 2023

For more information: Tim Potter

620-860-7389; mobile: 620-727-2278;

K-177 resurfacing to start soon in Butler County

Work will begin soon on a $3.3 million resurfacing of a 22-mile section of K-177 in Butler County.


The Kansas Department of Transportation project will be on K-177 from the U.S. 54 junction to the Chase County line.


The project – a milling and hot-mix-asphalt overlay – is expected to start around Aug. 15 and be completed around early October.


During the work, traffic will be limited to one lane during day-time hours and controlled by flaggers and a pilot car. Motorists should expect delays of up to 15 minutes.


The map below shows the approximate project location, marked in red.


APAC-Kansas Inc. Shears Division, of Hutchinson, is the primary contractor for the $3,331,367 project.


For updated information on this and other KDOT highway projects and road conditions across the state, go to


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For information about obtaining an alternative format, contact the KDOT Communications Division,

700 SW Harrison St., 2nd Fl West, Topeka, KS 66603-3745 or phone 785-296-3585 (Voice)/Hearing Impaired – 711.

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