Kansas DOT Awards 22 Projects Through Cost Share Program

Officials in Kansas recently announced 24 projects have been selected as part of the state Department of Transportation’s Cost Share Program, a popular initiative designed to provide funding for transportation projects.

KDOT announced July 9 that the 24 projects represent nearly $20 million in transportation investments statewide. The Cost Share Program is meant to rely on funding from various levels of government and private sector groups.

The program provides funds to local groups for transportation projects that improve safety, support job growth, improve mobility and relieve congestion.