may spend less money on such things as highway rest stops and trails
and more on the roads themselves under a bill making its way through
the state’s Senate.
proposed by Senate Majority Leader Ben Stevens, R-Anchorage, would
force the state to spend no more than 10 percent of its federal
highway money on such amenities, according to information on the
Legislature’s Web site.
bill was approved by the Senate Transportation Committee Feb. 27,
and is headed to the Senate floor.