The Kansas Legislature on Thursday passed a new 10-year transportation program aimed at tackling $18 billion in transportation needs statewide.
The House passed the bill 112-3 and the Senate later passed the legislation 37-2. The bill now goes to the governor.
It is the state's fourth multi-year transportation program passed since 1990s.
The new $10 billion plan relies on no new funds although it depends heavily on the state ending . . .