After exhausting its borrowing capacity and faced with uncertain federal funding levels, Missouri’s proposed five-year transportation improvement program now calls for about $500 million in annual spending on construction grants, down sharply from the $1.25 billion spent annually under the previous program.

Flat growth in the state’s transportation-related revenues also contributed to the limited size of the new program that finances road and bridge projects and related work.

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