Lawmakers are asked to increase funds for roads, transit
FARGO -- North Dakota's roads are deteriorating, but so is the amount of money in the state's budget dedicated to helping improve them.
Projections show an estimated $70 million funding shortfall for transportation needs.
North Dakota needs to dedicate more money to improving roads and increasing transit options, officials said Thursday at an interim legislative Transportation Committee's meeting in Fargo.
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