LANSING, Mich. (AP) — More than $563 million in federal dollars is heading to Michigan to fix and maintain highway bridges.
The funding is from the Bridge Replacement, Rehabilitation, Preservation, Protection, and Construction Program and will help repair about 1,240 bridges considered to be in poor condition, the Transportation department said Friday.READ MORE: Search Effort To Find Zion Foster, Missing Detroit Women
Improvements also will be made to more than 5,950 bridges deemed to be in fair condition.READ MORE: Woman Found Dead On Sidewalk In Macomb Township
It will be administered by the Federal Highway Administration.MORE NEWS: 2 Ice Fishermen Rescued After Trapped By Open Water In Michigan's Thumb Region
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