Driving in North Topeka this week could be a little easier.
The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) has opened the East and West bound lanes of the newer Highway 24.
Traffic had been shuffled around the old Cloverleaf Interchange on Makeshift Roads called Shoo Flies.
While traffic is flowing East and West, the detours for North and South bound Topeka Boulevard are still in place.
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