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South Dakota will receive $225 million to fix bridges

South Dakota will receive $225 million under the new program to address highway bridge needs, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced Friday. Officials say the funding will help improve the condition of more than 1,000 bridges in poor condition and to preserve and improve nearly 2,900 bridges in fair condition in the state.

The money comes as part of President Biden’s Infrastructure Law, which was passed by Congress in November. Roughly $27 billion from the $1 trillion infrastructure package is set to go to repairing approximately 15,000 bridges around the country.

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