Drivers who pay tolls with cash on the Kansas Turnpike will have to pay more, beginning in May.
The Kansas Turnpike Authority announced Wednesday that cash tolls will increase 10 percent while costs for those who use the electronic K-Tag will get discounts.
The revenue from the tolls will help pay for a more than 40 projects on the turnpike in the next decade. The projects include spending $14 million annually on pavement, up to $20 million to improve service areas and $25 million on an interchange in Wichita.
The Turnpike Authority receives no tax funding and supports its operations through user fees.