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North Dakota will receive about $6 million to rebuild flood-damaged roads



North Dakota – The offices of Senators Kevin Cramer and John Hoeven have announced that North Dakota will receive nearly $6 million in federal money to repair flood damage in the state.

According to Hoeven, a senatorial appointee on the transportation committee, the Federal Highway Administration is the source of the funding.

More than $4.7 million in funds will specifically be used to fix culverts and curb erosion on state and county roadways in Eastern North Dakota. According to officials, the damage resulted from the extreme floods that occurred in the area in April of 2022.

Furthermore, a sum of $900,000 from the funding will be utilized to restore state roads that were harmed by floods caused by snowmelt that were above average in 2023.