FRAMINGHAM – The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has awarded the City of Framingham $2.261 million in Chapter 90 funds. The money is used for maintenance and moderization of local roads.
The increase in chapter 90 funding was part of the state’s supplemental budget signed by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker.
The state added $40 million the $200 million for Chapter 90 funds for the Commonwealth’s 351 communities.
“We are pleased to provide this additional transportation funding for local projects in cities and towns across the Commonwealth,” said Baker in a media release. “This funding represents our continued commitment to supporting communities as they address the maintenance and modernization of local roads, which are a critical part of the Commonwealth’s transportation network.”