A $50 million cut in highway maintenance work will mean higher costs down the road for motorists, Kansas Transportation Secretary Deb Miller said last week.

The cut in funds, which was part of Gov. Mark Parkinson’s reaction to plummeting state tax revenue, brings the total reduction in transportation funding since January to $229 million, Miller said.

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