Among the items included in the proposal are four major infrastructure projects in Central California.
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Congressman Jim Costa (D-Fresno) announced Tuesday that the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure selected his projects for inclusion in the $547 billion bill.
If it passes, about $10 million will go toward widening and improving Highway 99 in Madera.
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Another $3.5 million would be used for the Elm Avenue Complete Streets Project in Fresno.
The Yosemite Area Regional Transportation System in Merced, YARTS, would get $4 million.
Also, in the North Valley, $2 million would go toward completing the Atwater-Merced Expressway.
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