DOT recovery spending hits $3 billion but rail money still to come

|  September 28, 2009 |

Federal transportation construction programs spent $3.145 billion through Sept. 18 on highways, bridges and other repairs ranging from transit systems to airports to inland ports and railroads, according to a report in the Journal of Commerce online edition.

For more information from the official Website on stimulus money spending, go to www.Recovery.org.

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