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Georgia Highways Benefit From $75M in Stimulus Cash

Tue February 02, 2010 - Southeast Edition
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ATLANTA (AP) Some $75 million in federal stimulus dollars have been awarded to road widening and resurfacing projects throughout Georgia.

State Transportation Commissioner Vance Smith said 72 projects have received the cash.

Smith said with the new projects awarded in December, the Georgia Department of Transportation has now funded more than 200 stimulus projects valued at nearly $600 million.




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