87.9 F
Saturday, September 30, 2023
HomeNewsState receives $2.9M in grants for highway projects

State receives $2.9M in grants for highway projects

Related stories

Bulldogs end regular season with dominant win over Santa Teresa

The Bulldog football team wound down its 2023 regular...

Artesia to host local high school rodeo, free to public

The Artesia High School rodeo team wowed the attendees...

‘Dogs to close out regular season on the road vs. Santa Teresa

The end of the first season always has a...

WASHINGTON — U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today announced nearly $2.9 million in grants to fund an array of highway-related efforts in New Mexico. One area project, replacing the NM 249 bridge over the Pecos River at milepost 3.4 in Hageman, was awarded $160,000.

“Transportation investments like these will create jobs and improve the quality of life for New Mexico residents as well as strengthen the state’s economy,” said Secretary LaHood. “The demand from the states for these funds shows just how critical the need is for infrastructure investment.” … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.

Latest stories