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Jarrett Hubbard, senior planner for the Minnesota Department of Transportation District 8 office in Willmar, displays a map Thursday during an informational program about federal funding for transportation projects. New federal transportation legislation puts the focus on the national highway system and makes it a priority for funding, Hubbard said. Tribune photo by Ron Adams

Big changes to how money will be divvied up for road projects

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WILLMAR — The pot of federal money Minnesota will receive for transportation in the next few years isn’t expected to change much, but changes in how that money will be divvied up will mean more money for roads on the “national highway system” and less for other state and local projects.

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Carolyn Lange
A reporter for more than 30 years, Carolyn Lange covers county government and regional news with the West Central Tribune.
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