(Chicago, IL) — Governor Rauner says he’s instituting a new way to determine which roads and bridges will be repaired and in what order. Rauner went to Peoria to announce the state’s new four-year infrastructure plan. He said the eleven-billion-dollars will be used to keep roads and bridges from getting to the point where repairs become an emergency. He says projects will be evaluated on their potential to enhance job creation. The election-year announcement is a stark contrast to last year, when budget problems forced road repair projects to be halted.
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