TRUMP RESTORES $7.6 BILLION FOR STATE HIGHWAY PROJECTS

President Donald Trump has signed off on legislation blocking a planned cut of $7.6 billion worth of Highway Trust Fund (HTF) money set aside for state highway projects. The Further Continuing Appropriations Act, signed on Nov. 21, keeps money flowing to federal agencies through Dec. 20, thus avoiding a pre-Thanksgiving government shutdown. 0 read more

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Highway: A highway is any public road or other public way on land the term exists in distinction to waterway. In North American and Australian English, the term frequently implies a major road such as a controlled-access highway or an arterial, generally under the control of a state or provincial agency inst