The Kansas Department of Transportation updated its policy on deer crossing signs in 2012. Their placement is determined by the number of reported deer crashes, and the new policy sets a higher threshold for placement of the signs. KDOT recently removed deer signs along the Douglas County stretch of K-10 to conform with the policy.
The Kansas Department of Transportation updated its policy on deer crossing signs in 2012. Their placement is determined by the number of reported deer crashes, and the new policy sets a higher threshold for placement of the signs. KDOT recently removed deer signs along the Douglas County stretch of K-10 to conform with the policy.
The Kansas Department of Transportation updated its policy on deer crossing signs in 2012. Their placement is determined by the number of reported deer crashes, and the new policy sets a higher threshold for placement of the signs. KDOT recently removed deer signs along the Douglas County stretch of K-10 to conform with the policy.

Deer signs on Kansas 10 have been taken down

February 21, 2015 4:39 PM