New Hampshire Thursday will enter the market with its ­first-ever Garvee sale, a $77.1 million deal that includes $60 ­million of taxable recovery zone economic development bonds.

The state tends to finance highway projects through pay-as-you-go financing, but to move forward with its ongoing road-widening project on Interstate 93, officials decided it was time to securitize New Hampshire’s federal highway reimbursement funds into grant anticipation revenue vehicle debt.

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