Legislature sends expanded tolling bill to the governor


The Legislature on Friday sent the governor a bill that for the first time could expand tolling beyond the Kansas Turnpike.

The bill, backed by Gov. Laura Kelly’s administration, changes state law so that tolls no longer have to cover the entire cost of a highway project, meaning that tolling could be used elsewhere in the state if it made sense.

The House passed the bill on Friday with a 90-33 vote. The . . .


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