ATLANTA - Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue on Wednesday signed into law legislation that will create the state's first Transportation Infrastructure Bank.

With the power to utilize bonds, the bank is intended to provide small loans to cities, counties, transit operators, and community improvement districts. The program comes as the state struggles to keep up with transportation needs and recently found overspending had led to $1 billion of projects that lack funding.

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