The Kansas Department of Transportation today launched a statewide survey to learn what Kansans think about how highways and bridges are funded. The survey is available on the project webpage at ksdotike.org/RUC-study and will be open through Nov. 24. It takes roughly five minutes to complete. The survey is the first step in a Midwest Road Usage Charge (RUC) Study being led by KDOT. Kansas is the first DOT to engage drivers to help design a local RUC pilot. The study will focus on identifying how a RUC system that reflects unique Midwestern values and needs could fund transportation investments.