Federal Government's Stopgap Spending Bill Extended Transportation Funding Crucial for Oklahoma


Public Radio Tulsa By Matt Trotter

October 5, 2020


President Donald Trump signed a stopgap spending bill last week before going to Walter Reed Medical Center because of COVID-19.

Oklahoma Secretary of Transportation Tim Gatz told the state’s transportation commission on Monday that’s good news.

"That translates for the department of transportation to the point that we will have federal aid funding through Dec. 11. That will get us out of the starting blocks for federal fiscal year 21 and allow us to continue to make progress," Gatz said.


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