The City of Wichita, the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) and Kansas Turnpike Authority (KTA) are partnering to improve travel in east Wichita. The collaborative plan includes new intersection designs at Webb and Greenwich and improved access to the Turnpike. Improvements will be managed in two project: the Webb Road intersection and the Greenwich to K-96 corridor. Construction for both projects is anticipated to be complete in late 2021.
East Kellogg Improvements recently passed an annual milestone of when both projects began. Improvements at Webb have been underway for two years, while work near Greenwich just completed its first year. Watch this short video to see the progress: https://youtu.be/PQMLid7E-8g
The Kellogg & Webb Project is finishing up work on the north frontage road and the west side of Webb. Work is underway to construct the southbound Webb Road bridge which will cross over Kellogg. At the second East Kellogg improvement project, between Greenwich and K-96, the first phase of the project, utility relocation, is nearing completion. Major work on Kellogg, between Zelta and K-96, continues. Focus is on completing the frontage roads from Greenwich to Zelta. Reconstruction of the eastbound Kellogg bridge and the new south frontage road bridge, both which cross over the Turnpike, continues to progress.
Traffic impacts in the near-term include:
Long-term traffic impacts include: