U.S. 160 Shoulder Widening in Sumner County

Page last updated: December 15, 2023

Project description

This IKE Modernization project consists of approximately 9 miles of shoulder widening and pavement rehabilitation along U.S. 160 between Oxford and the I-35 interchange. Several reinforced concrete box culverts will be extended such as the Antelope Creek Bridge (071), as well as the replacement of the Arkansas River Drainage Bridge (161). It is currently in the IKE Construction Pipeline with construction planned for 2025. During construction, traffic will be carried through the work zone.

Project Materials

Materials below were shared during the Dec. 5 Landowner's meeting.

Project Map

Project Details

Project Name U.S. 160 Shoulder Widening in Sumner County
Project Number KA-5805-01
Location U.S. 160: beginning east of I-35 east to Osage Street within the City of Oxford

Description Rehabilitate, add shoulders, replacement of Culvert 555 with the Arkansas River Drainage Bridge (161) and extension of the Antelope Creek Bridge (071)
Length 9.22 miles
Construction Cost $24 million

Landowner Meeting Details

  • Time - 5:30pm to 6:30pm
  • Location - Gray Cowley College Sumner Campus (2208 Davis-White Loop)
  • Public Comment Period - December 5, 2023 to December 14, 2023

  • Agenda - KDOT, together with Sumner-Cowley Electric Cooperative (SCEC), hosted a landowner meeting to share planned improvements for U.S. 160 between Oxford and the I-35 interchange. The project will require KDOT right-of-way acquisition and SCEC utility relocations, and team members were available to discuss property specifics. The meeting was held at 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 5, at Cowley College Sumner Campus, 2208 Davis-White Loop in Wellington. A presentation began at 5:30 p.m.

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Who to Contact

Tim Potter
Public Affairs Manager

Jordan Creed

SCEC Contact

Mitch McComb
SCEC Field Staking Technician

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