DALLAS — The final report on highway financing in Arkansas, delivered to state leaders on Wednesday, recommends asking voters to approve higher taxes to support $1.8 billion of revenue bonds for transportation projects.

The 48-page report from the Arkansas Blue Ribbon Committee on Highway Finance said the state should replace what it called a “systematically flawed and woefully inadequate” funding system for state and local roads.

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