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North Dakota Receives Increased Allotment of $335 Million from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law for Transportation

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer (R-ND), Ranking Member of the Environment and Public Works Subcommittee on Transportation and Infrastructure, announced the following Federal-Aid Highway Program funding totaling $335,482,642 for North Dakota from the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act:

  • $184,776,387 from the National Highway Performance Program;
  • $89,891,215 from the Surface Transportation Block Grant Program;
  • $16,994,648 from the Highway Safety Improvement Program;
  • $11,692,027 from the Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality Improvement;
  • $9,113,971 from the PROTECT Formula Program;
  • $8,782,209 from the National Highway Freight Program;
  • $8,015,300 from the Carbon Reduction Program;
  • $3,957,675 from the Railway- Highway Crossings Program; and
  • $2,259,210 from Metropolitan Planning.

“The bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act continues to deliver wins for North Dakota,” said Senator Cramer. “This funding has already had a substantial impact on our communities. These funds ensure goods are getting to market and every North Dakotan is driving on safe roads and highways.”

The funding comes from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and is an increase from last year’s total of $328,904,113.



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