The Road Information Program says Kansas’ plan to take about $100 million out of the state highway department “could have a dire effect on the transportation system,” associate research director Carolyn Bonifas Kelly said.
The Road Information Program says Kansas’ plan to take about $100 million out of the state highway department “could have a dire effect on the transportation system,” associate research director Carolyn Bonifas Kelly said. File photo The Kansas City Star
The Road Information Program says Kansas’ plan to take about $100 million out of the state highway department “could have a dire effect on the transportation system,” associate research director Carolyn Bonifas Kelly said. File photo The Kansas City Star

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