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October 31, 2012

U.S. DOT releases $17M in Hurricane Sandy emergency relief

Represents 100% of the state-requested funds — $10 million from New York, $3 million from Rhode Island and $4 million from North Carolina. Requests from these states are the first to arrive at the U.S. DOT and represent the first installment of federal-aid highway funds to help repair roads, bridges and tunnels in these two states.


July 12, 2010

N.C. receives first $20.3M for high-speed rail

Will serve as the first installment of the $545 million ARRA grant awarded to the state in January to continue its development of high-speed intercity rail.


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