With the stroke of a pen, Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer launched work on a new multi-year transportation plan to replace the $8 billion plan that's about to lapse.
Colyer on Wednesday signed a bill creating a special task force that will be comprised of a mix of state legislators, representatives of cities and counties as well as officials from the transportation industry, including contractors, engineers, public transportation, railroads and aerospace among others.
The task force will evaluate the progress of the current 10-year transportation . . .
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