LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) _ A Kansas Department of Transportation survey finds residents in five large northeast Kansas counties believe maintenance of current roads in the cities and traffic flow on major roads should be the state's top focus.
The survey found people were most satisfied with traffic flow on major roads and the maintenance of current roads. Those surveyed were least satisfied with transit between cities and the availability of bike lanes and facilities.
More than 50 percent of residents in five counties said they'd use a regional transit system.
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