OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma is getting $465 million in economic stimulus money for state roads and bridges.
Among the priorities for spending the money are spine-cracking portions of Interstate 40 and rehabilitation of more than three dozen bridges in the Tulsa area.
State transportation officials say they plan to spend the money to fix a total of 337 miles of highways and to repair 88 bridges.
About 100 miles of Oklahoma's interstate highway system are included in the plan, as are many of the bridges.
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