Deb Miller, secretary of the Kansas Department of Transportation, last week said the federal stimulus program has created more than 3,300 transportation-related jobs in the state along with a total monthly payroll of some $4.4 ­million.

KDOT said the stimulus package had created 3,375 jobs in Kansas as of May, a 13% increase from April and a 47% jump since March.

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