The Kansas Department of Transportation is undertaking the development of the Statewide Coordinated Transit Plan. The Coordinated Transit Council #1, comprised of Shawnee, Douglas, Johnson, and Wyandotte counties, will be hosting a public forum on July 11th from 11:30 until 1:00. KDOT has engaged the services of SRF Consulting Group as they work towards plan development. Your participation is important as the plan development for transportation services in Kansas takes shape.

The meeting will be held at 11:30 am on July 11, 2017 at the Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vermont, Lawrence, KS.

For more information, please contact:
Rene Hart
Multimodal Planner/MPO Liaison

June 15, 2017
Baldwin City, Kansas
Becky Taylor Joins Staff as Chief Meteorologist Monday June 19th is pleased to welcome meteorologist Becky Taylor to the Baldwin City Radio team.
Becky will serve as Chief Meteorologist and will provide daily forecasts as well as severe weather coverage
Becky Taylor grew up in a small town outside of Wichita, KS, called Colwich, and she has been passionate about the weather from a young age. Her father was instrumental in this passion, and they attended storm spotter meetings and chased storms together starting when she was in elementary school. 
She spent her first two years of college at Kansas State University, then transferred to the University of Kansas. Becky graduated from KU with a degree in Atmospheric Science in May of 2015. She has two years experience as a broadcast meteorologist at 6 News in Lawrence and KSNT News in Topeka.
Becky left TV to raise her beautiful daughter, Thea, and she now lives on a farm outside of Baldwin City with her husband, Benton. In her free time, Becky loves to garden, read, cook, storm chase, play with her two dogs, and cuddle her cat.
Station operations manager Daniel Smith says “We are pleased to be able to deliver local, accurate forecasts from a trusted meteorologist who lives and works in our community. Becky is committed to keeping our community safe especially during severe weather.”
For More Information contact Becky at