DALLAS — States have canceled or deferred almost $800 million of highway projects and have put another $1.8 billion on the chopping block as the federal transportation funding law is set to expire in 67 days.

Federal reimbursements for state road, bridge, and transit projects are being reduced and delayed as Congress fails to move toward extending the Highway Trust Fund solvency's beyond the May 31 expiration of the latest funding extension, the American Road & Transportation Builders said in a report.

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