You can keep an eye on today’s road conditions online as they continue to change. Just go to the state’s KanDrive website.
David Studebaker, highway maintence supervisor with the Kansas Department of Transportation, tells KSNT News that the current plan is to start heavy treatment between 4:30 am and 5 am in order to be ready for rush hour traffic.
Studebaker says crews will pay specific attention to intersections and ramps. He says they hope the sunrise will help push treatment along.