KDOT: All roads now open after heavy rains

Flooded Highway in Marshall County (Courtesy: KDOT)

TOPEKA (KSNT) – Updates from 8:00a.m. Thursday have been added to this article below.


K-68 in Osage County north of Quenemo (from reference point 10.5-11) is NOW OPEN to all traffic as flood waters have now receded from the roadway.

K-87 in Marshall County from the K-9 junction south to the Village of Vilets is NOW OPEN to all traffic as flood waters have now receded from the roadway. Crews are currently cleaning mucky mud off the roadway that was deposited by the flood waters, but the roadway is opened to traffic.

K-30 in Wabaunsee County from I-70 north to Maple Hill is NOW OPEN to all traffic as flood waters have now receded from the roadway.

K-192 in Leavenworth County over Stranger Creek in the city of Easton is NOW OPEN to all traffic as flood waters have now receded from the roadway.

K-116 in Jackson/Atchison Counties over the Delaware and Elk Creeks between cities of Larkinburg and Arrington is NOW OPEN to all traffic as flood waters have now receded from the roadway.

K-99 in Lyon County over Stillman Creek from the I-35 interchange in Emporia to Road 220 south of the Kansas Turnpike is NOW OPEN to all traffic as flood waters have now receded from the roadway.

K-18 in Wabaunsee County from K-99 junction west to city of Zeandale is NOW OPEN to all traffic as flood waters have receded from the roadway.

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