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April 10, 2018
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico's governor plans to invest $652 million to repair and maintain the U.S. territory's crumbling roads over the next three years.
Ricardo Rossello said Monday that an initial $80 million in local funds will target areas in critical condition, which represent up to 8 percent of all roads across the island. He said results will be noticeable in six months and repairs will involve more than 780 miles (1,260 kilometers) of roads.
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