View videos showing progress of East Kellogg Improvements here.
*Aerial footage shot from helicopter to comply with FAA regulations.
With more lanes, new intersection designs and improved access to the Kansas Turnpike, improvements along East Kellogg will add up to improved travel in east Wichita. The collaborative plan is a partnership between the City of Wichita, the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) and Kansas Turnpike Authority (KTA). Improvements are being managed in two projects: the Webb Road intersection and the Greenwich to K-96 corridor. Construction for both projects is anticipated to be complete in late 2021.
Construction on the first East Kellogg improvement project started in August 2015, including a redesigned Kellogg and Webb intersection and widening of Kellogg to six lanes from Webb to Greenwich. When construction is complete, mainline traffic will go under Webb Road.Aerial View Kellogg & Webb Project (PDF)
A second project, started in 2016, continues widening Kellogg to a six-lane freeway between Greenwich and K-96. In addition, Kellogg will go over Greenwich and Zelta, new bridges will span KTA/I-35 and new ramps will be constructed for southbound KTA/I-35 to westbound Kellogg and eastbound Kellogg to both northbound and southbound KTA/I-35.Aerial View Greenwich to K-96 Project (PDF)
Drivers are encouraged to plan ahead and stay informed to improve their travel during these changes and throughout the project. Updated information is available via Twitter at @E54ict.