TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ The Kansas Department of Transportation has scheduled eight meetings around the state to discuss road and bridge projects and gather public comments on how highway dollars are being spent.
The meetings are part of the department's ongoing review of a 10-year, $8 billion transportation program that began in 2010.
The first meeting is set for Sept. 24 in Salina. Other events are Sept. 25 in Hays, Sept. 26 in Dodge City, Sept. 27 in Hutchinson, Oct. 1 in Olathe, Oct. 2 in Topeka and Oct. 3 in Chanute.
The last scheduled meeting is Oct. 11 in Wichita.
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