BRADENTON, Fla. — After the sale of $673 million of bonds to finance most of North Carolina’s second toll road — the 19.7-mile Monroe Connector — the project has stalled.

Work has stopped following a legal decision in which an appellate judge criticized the North Carolina Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration for their handling of a federal environmental review.

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