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(Salem, OR) -- The Oregon Department of Transportation will get over one-billion dollars from the federal infrastructure package that was passed by Congress over the weekend. The money will go toward projects around the state that will benefit drivers, transit riders, cyclists and pedestrians, help maintain roads and bridges, and address climate change. ODOT is still analyzing the legislation and plans to release more details about how the money will be spend later this week.

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