Pennsylvania halts road, bridge projects on budget woes

04/7/2010 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Hundreds of road and bridge projects have been temporarily sidelined in Pennsylvania after the federal government rejected the state's request to toll Interstate 80. Killing the proposal to make I-80 into a toll road would leave a $472 million hole in the state budget -- the amount needed to fix 300 miles of road and about 100 bridges -- and eliminate an estimated 12,000 construction jobs.

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