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Coronavirus is cutting local transportation funding, putting major road and bridge projects on hold

USATODAY.com Monday, 4 May 2020
States have postponed billions in road and bridge projects because of revenue losses from lower traffic volume caused by coronavirus shutdowns.
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Projects that are underway right now will get completed even during the coronavirus pandemic in Colorado. But the future of upcoming projects remains unclear.

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