Work Zone Safety

  • April 2023

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Kansas Department of Transportation construction and maintenance workers face danger on a daily basis in their jobs. National Work Zone Awareness Week highlights the importance of slowing down while in work zones and reminds the public that they need to be aware in work zones.


Go Orange during the week of April 17-21

Everyone is encouraged to wear orange to show support for Kansas highway workers, especially April 19, the official Go Orange Day in Kansas.

Kansas Highway Workers Memorial

A memorial recognizing workers for their service was dedicated at the Paxico Safety Rest Area along I-70 in Wabaunsee County on April 8, 1996. For more information please go here.

Work Zone Safety Tips:

Follow traffic control
Stay alert
Watch for workers
Expect delays
Allow ample space between you and the car in front of you
Change lanes when directed to do so