CO gets funding for roads struck by natural disaster

Colorado News

COLORADO– Colorado is getting some much needed funds to fix roads damaged by natural disasters.

Senator Cory Gardner announced Wednesday that the centennial state will receive nearly 1.5 million dollars in emergency relief funding through the department of transportation.

This funding will go to fix federal roads in the state that were damaged during natural disasters, specifically Highway 145, which was damaged by rockfall in May, and other roads damaged by flooding in 2017.

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