Traffic flows on Interstate 135 between Wichita and Newton, where the speed limit is 75 mph. Bills in committee would allow the Kansas Department of Transportation to raise the state’s highest speed limit on separated, multiple-lane highways from 75 to 80 mph.
Traffic flows on Interstate 135 between Wichita and Newton, where the speed limit is 75 mph. Bills in committee would allow the Kansas Department of Transportation to raise the state’s highest speed limit on separated, multiple-lane highways from 75 to 80 mph. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle
Traffic flows on Interstate 135 between Wichita and Newton, where the speed limit is 75 mph. Bills in committee would allow the Kansas Department of Transportation to raise the state’s highest speed limit on separated, multiple-lane highways from 75 to 80 mph. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle

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