DALLAS — A new report predicts a slower than expected economic recovery in Kansas unless the state can find additional revenues to finance its next 10-year transportation plan.

The study by The Road Information Program, a transportation industry advocacy group based in Washington, D.C., said the money expected to be available from existing revenue streams will not be sufficient for adequate highway construction and maintenance programs. The state’s economy depends on an extensive, well-maintained road network, the TRIP report said.

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