When the Kansas Legislature passed the transportation program, T-WORKS, it required that at least $8 million be invested in every Kansas county by the end of the program in 2020. As we near the mid-way point of the program, we thought it would be helpful to check in and see how we're doing in meeting that $8 million promise. To date, 69 counties out of 105 have received $8 million or more and all counties have received at least a million dollars in transportation investments. These totals include funds spent on highways, airports, public transit or short-line rail. Counties that haven't received the full $8 million should not fret as more work continues to be scheduled each year for T-WORKS.
The map below shows the counties that have received the full $8 million. To learn how much exactly each county has received, click here.