Two ways to a highway: New Mexico's futuristic funding

Preston, Darrell
September 1997
Bond Buyer;09/30/97, Vol. 321 Issue 30241, p48
Trade Publication
Reports on the highway development program in New Mexico. Issuance of a proposal request for the state's `Corridor 44' project; Encouragement for private companies to finance the project; Option to accept financing proposals by secretary of state Highway and Transportation Department, John Fenner.


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