Over the next five years, the state is eligible to receive $37 million in federal funding, the feds announced on Friday. Heavy rainfall is one of the most significant dangers to roads and other transportation infrastructure across the state.
The state will get almost $9.8 million for the bridge project from the U.S. Department of Transportation.
News Release -- U.S. Department of Transportation Sept. 25, 2018 Contact: Sarah Clements Tel.: (202) 366-3062 U.S. Department of Transportation Announces $2 Million in Grants to Modernize and Improve Vermont's Bus Infrastructure WASHINGTON – U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao announced today that the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) will award $366.2 million in grants to […]
The Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery grant will be used to rebuild 20 miles of state-owned Vermont Railway track between Rutland and Leicester.
The funding is part of $1.1 billion in new emergency relief funding approved by Congress.
$5 Million Emergency Aid Approved for Storm-Damaged Vermont Roads and Bridges BURLINGTON, Vt., Aug. 31 – The U.S. Department of Transportation released $5 million in emergency funds to rebuild and repair roads and bridges destroyed or damaged in Vermont by Tropical Storm Irene, Vermont’s congressional delegation announced today. U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood on Tuesday […]