U.S. DOT awards CDOT with $110 million for flood recovery

|  January 09, 2014 |

A backhoe loader works to clear a road in Boulder, Colorado, after flooding stopped in September. (Photo: Renee Golobic)

A backhoe loader works to clear a road in Boulder, Colorado, after flooding stopped in September. (Photo: Renee Golobic)

The U.S. Department of Transportation on Wednesday awarded the Colorado Department of Transportation with $110 million in recovery funds for highways damaged in September floods, according to a report from Northern Colorado Business Report.

The funds are part of the $450 million emergency road repair funds allocated for flood recovery in legislation passed in October.

Initial reports estimated about $500 million in damage to Colorado roads. U.S. DOT gave CDOT $5 million in emergency funds shortly after flooding stopped.

A report from the Colorado Springs Independent notes that many Colorado roads remain damaged months after flooding ended.

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