Missouri awarded $35M in federal grants for road projects
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri is getting close to $35 million in federal grants for road projects in two cities.
Gov. Mike Parson on Tuesday announced nearly $21 million will go toward pedestrian and bicycle lanes in Springfield, Missouri.
Another $13.5 million will be spent on safety improvements and widening lanes in Milan, Missouri.
Milan is about 40 miles south of the Iowa border.