New York State To Get Additional $20 Million For Post-Sandy Road Repairs
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New York State is getting an additional $20 million for road repairs after Hurricane Sandy.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said the state is getting the funds to fix roads, bridges and tunnels.
The money comes in addition to $10 million approved earlier.
It will be used to fix signs, traffic signals and pavement.