Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly described one of the ramps that will close.
Two busy ramps in west Wichita have reopened, but two more are temporarily closed.
One westbound exit ramp from Kellogg to southbound I-235 closed at 7 p.m. Sunday until Saturday, March 4, according to the Kansas Department of Transportation. A second ramp from northbound I-235 to westbound Kellogg also closed Sunday, KDOT said.
A week ago, the ramps on the south side of the interchange were closed. Both ramps reopened this weekend.
The closures are part of ongoing work to redo the I-235/Kellogg interchange, which began in November 2015.
The ramp closures come on the heels of demolition work this weekend just a few miles to the north. The 25th Street Bridge over I-235 was torn down this weekend.
That work is part of a Kansas Department of Transportation project rebuilding five bridges on I-235.
Motorists are no longer able to exit from I-235 to 25th Street or get on I-235 from 25th Street. A new bridge and new ramps will be built; work is scheduled to be done in November, according to KDOT.
More information about the bridge project and other KDOT projects in the Wichita area can be found here: www.wichitakdot.org.