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Kansas Department of Transportation

 

Kansas Department of Transportation

Kansas Department of Transportation
Agency overview
Jurisdiction Kansas
Headquarters 700 S.W. Harrison Street, Topeka, Kansas
Employees 2,916.5 (FY12)
Annual budget $1.6 billion (FY12)
Agency executives
  • Mike King, Secretary of Transportation
  • Jerry Younger, Deputy Secretary and State Transportation Engineer
Parent agency State of Kansas
Website .org.ksdotwww
Footnotes
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The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) is a state government organization in charge of maintaining public roadways of the U.S. state of Kansas.

Organization

KDOT's previous logo
  • Secretary of Transportation
    • Deputy Secretary of Transportation and State Transportation Engineer
      • Planning and Development Division
      • Aviation Division
      • Engineering and Design Division
      • Operations Division
    • Deputy Secretary of Transportation for Finance and Administration
      • Finance Division
      • Administration Division
    • Special Assistant to the Secretary and Director of Public Affairs
    • Chief Counsel
    • Inspector General

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External links

  • Official website
  • Kansas Department of Transportation Annual Reports (KGI Online Library)
  • Kansas Department of Transportation News Releases, 1999-present (KGI Online Library)



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