New Hampshire taking part in $200M loan for roads, bridges
CONCORD (AP) — New Hampshire is taking part in a loan financing agreement that will make $200 million available for state to complete the expansion of Interstate 93, pave about 1,100 additional miles of states roads and fix 23 Red List bridges.
Gov. Maggie Hassan and transportation officials are formally accepting the funds Wednesday at a news conference near I-93 south in Derry.
The funds are coming from the federal Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act.