Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker has signed an infrastructure bill providing funds for road and bridge projects in every city and town in the state.
The legislation, known as “an act financing improvements to municipal roads and bridges,” authorizes $200 million in transportation funds to support Massachusetts’ 351 cities and towns.
The funding was made possible through the Chapter 90 program, which reimburses cities and towns for approved projects. Chapter 90 funds apply to transportation purposes such as highway construction and preservation projects.