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Oklahoma to receive $2.5 billion from federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funds – and more to come


by: Austin Breasette November 15, 2022 OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Officials with the Biden Administration are laying out the money from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and where it is headed for the Sooner State. Out of the $2.5 billion currently announced for Oklahoma from the law, the state is set to receive $2.1 billion for transportation. That would be an investment in roads, bridges, public transit, ports and airports. Statistics show over 2,300 bridges and 1,000 miles of highway in poor condition across the state.

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