Kansas Car Shipping

Kansas is an American midwestern state. His capital is Topeka and his greatest city is Wichita. Kansas is bounded by Nebraska on the north, Missouri on the east, Oklahoma on the south and Colorado on the west. Kansas owes its name to the Kansas River, which in turn owes its name to the Kansa Indians who lived alongside its shores. The name of the tribe (native kką:ze) is often said to mean “wind people (south)”, though it is probably not the original meaning of the term. For thousands of years, what is today Kansas has been home to many diverse Native American tribes.

In 2015, Kansas was one of the most productive farming states, producing high yields of wheat, maize, sorghum and soy. Kansas, which has an area of 82,278 square miles (213,100 square kilometers) is the 15th-largest state by area and is the 34th most-populous of the 50 states with a population of 2,940,865 according to the 2020 census. Residents of Kansas are called Kansans. Sunflower Mountain is the highest peak of Kansas at 4,039 feet (1,231 meters).

Kansas is served by two Interstate highways with one beltway, two spur routes, and three bypasses, with over 874 miles (1,407 km) in all. The first section of Interstate in the nation was opened on Interstate 70 (I-70) just west of Topeka on November 14, 1956.

I-70 is a major east–west route connecting to Denver, Colorado and Kansas City, Missouri. Cities along this route (from west to east) include Colby, Hays, Salina, Junction City, Topeka, Lawrence, Bonner Springs, and Kansas City.

I-35 is a major north–south route connecting to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Des Moines, Iowa. Cities along this route (from south to north) include Wichita, El Dorado, Emporia, Ottawa, and Kansas City (and suburbs).

Spur routes serve as connections between the two major routes. I-135, a north–south route, connects I-35 at Wichita to I-70 at Salina. I-335, a southwest–northeast route, connects I-35 at Emporia to I-70 at Topeka. I-335 and portions of I-35 and I-70 make up the Kansas Turnpike. Bypasses include I-470 around Topeka, I-235 around Wichita, and I-670 in downtown Kansas City. I-435 is a beltway around the Kansas City metropolitan area while I-635 bypasses through Kansas City.

US Highway 69 (US-69) travels from south to north, from Oklahoma to Missouri. The road crosses the eastern part of Kansas via Baxter Springs, Pittsburg, Frontenac, Fort Scott, Louisburg and the Kansas City region.

Kansas also has the third most important state road network after Texas and California. It is due to the high number of counties and seats in the counties (105) and their interdependence.

In January 2004, the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) announced the new Kansas 511 traveler information service. By dialing 511, callers will get access to information about road conditions, construction, closures, detours and weather conditions for the state highway system. Weather and road condition information is updated every 15 minutes.

Interstate Highways

I-35, I-135 (formerly known as I-35W), I-235, I-335, I-435, I-635, I-70, I-470, I-670.

U.S. Routes 

US-24, US-36, US-40, US-50, US-54, US-56, US-59, US-159, US-160, US-166, US-69, US-169, US-270, US-73, US-75, US-77, US-177, US-81, US-281, US-83, US-183, US-283, US-400.

There are many interstate highways in Kansas that make it a transit state. Tempus Logix is a leading shipping company set up in California. We ship cars all over the U.S. .We work with a huge network of certified and insured carriers to secure the timely and safe transportation of any kind of vehicle. 

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