The Kansas Department of Transportation is delaying 24 more road projects due to funding concerns.
KDOT says its future funding is uncertain, so the agency is making decisions about projects on a month-by-month basis.
KDOT spokesman Steve Swartz says 34 projects were supposed to go up for bid in December, but now only ten will move forward. The other 24 projects are postponed indefinitely. Work would have started next summer.
Swartz says postponing the work will save the state about $32 million and won’t cause any safety issues on Kansas’ roads.