Gov. Laura Kelly's administration is building a new, nimble transportation plan that won't require a tax increase but counts on stanching the flow of highway dollars into other parts of the state budget.
State transportation planners have been meeting with hundreds of local community leaders across Kansas as they assemble the state's fourth multiyear transportation plan to address an estimated $18 billion in needs statewide.
The new plan will be different from previous programs as the state emerges from years of transferring billions out of transportation to fund the state budget amid deep tax cuts.
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