$50 million flood mitigation program will help state highways
ST.PAUL - A $50 million flood mitigation program will help fund highway improvement projects over the next five years that will make state roadways more resistant to future flood damage.
According to the Minnesota Department of Transportation, the state allocation, coupled with the Federal Highway Administration Emergency Relief to repair damage caused by September flooding, will improve state infrastructure now and in the future.
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