WICHITA, Kan. -

The Kansas Department of Transportation says it expects to spend $1.2 billion over the next two years to improve the state's roads and bridges.

One of the biggest projects on KDOT's agenda is an expansion to the I-235 and Kellogg interchange. The project is still in the design phase.

This is the current look next to an artist rendering of the potential finished product.

The clover-leaf design opened in the 50's. It will be replaced with new ramp bridges in place of many of the old radius ramps. Southbound I-235 to eastbound Kellogg, for example, will be connected by a bridge in the new plan.

KDOT says all of the projects not only benefit drivers but also add money to local economies.

Click here to see a full list of highway projects, bridge/interchange projects and improvements.