TOPEKA – The Senate is scheduled to debate a transportation plan that will encompass the next 10 years.
The plan will deal with roads, air and rail travel, expanding transportation capacity and road maintenance throughout the state.
Senate substitute for Senate substitute for House Bill 2650 (yes that really is the official name) that up for debate will replace the state’s second 10-year Comprehensive Transportation Plan which just expired.
The Kansas Department of Transportation will, obviously, be watching the debate closely and tweeting the process. Those interested can follow the debate via @KDOTHQ.
The proceedings are also being broadcast over the internet at this link.
The Eagle will also be blogging about the debate.