KDOT posts 2013 Annual Report

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KDOT posts 2013 Annual Report

The Kansas Department of Transportation’s 2013 annual report, which details the agency’s progress, accomplishments and challenges of the past year, has been posted on the KDOT website. In 2012, KDOT continued transportation progress across the state through the T-WORKS program, strengthened the commitment to reducing traffic fatalities, worked to improve efficiencies throughout the agency, increased economic development opportunities and strived to take care of state resources. In the process, the agency received awards and reached milestones. The report also includes an appendix that has details of project selection, a description of all projects scheduled for the T-WORKS program, financial information and more. The report and appendix can be viewed at www.ksdot.org/publications.asp. In keeping with S.B. 357, which requires state agencies to reduce spending on the printing of annual reports, a limited number of paper copies of the report are available by calling KDOT’s Office of Public Affairs at 785-296-3585, or sending an e-mail to publicinfo@ksdot.org.


This information can be made available in alternative accessible formats upon request. For information about obtaining an alternative format, contact the Office of Public Affairs, 700 SW Harrison St., 2nd Fl West, Topeka, KS 66603-3754 or phone 785-296-3585 (Voice)/Hearing Impaired – 711.

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