Hoeven Announces Nearly $12 Million Emergency Highway Funding for North Dakota
WASHINGTON – Senator John Hoeven today announced that North Dakota was awarded with nearly $12 million in federal highway funding to repair roadways that were damaged by flooding. The funds are made available through the Emergency Relief (ER) program within the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.
“North Dakota is a rapidly growing state, and it’s important that we maintain our infrastructure to keep up with the needs of our economy,” Hoeven said. “This grant will support the reconstruction of roads and highways throughout the Southern Mouse River Basin, the West James River Basin and Divide County that were damaged by flooding, and help to ensure that these areas have the infrastructure they need.”
Divide County Basin 1: $4,923,337.00
Southern Mouse River Basin: $3,954,540.00
Divide County Basin 2: $1,283,498.00
West James River Basin: $1,736,539.00
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