Winners Will Receive $4.5 Billion for Roads

Risley, Michelle
March 2007
ENR: Engineering News-Record;3/12/2007, Vol. 258 Issue 10, p12
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The article reports on the announcement by the California Transportation Commission (CTC) of the recipients of the $4.5 million transportation funds under the Corridor Mobility Improvement Account, which aims to reduce highway congestion. Some of the public roads to be improved under the program include Interstate 405 in Los Angeles and 91 Freeway in Riverside County. CTC approved more than 33% of the proposed projects.


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