BRADENTON, Fla. — The Federal Highway Administration put the brakes on North Carolina’s second toll road this week and rescinded its so-called Record of Decision approving the Monroe Connector/Bypass project.

The federal action came after the state lost a legal battle with environmentalists in its quest to build the $725 million project for which three tranches of bonds have been sold since 2010.

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