WASHINGTON — States will not receive highway payments from the federal government starting today because of the Senate’s inability to clear a temporary extension of aid to states, although payments could resume this week, according to market sources.

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials calculated that the halted payments would cost states a total of $2 billion per month. The calculations were based on the regular formula funding to states.

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