WASHINGTON (WTVA) - The federal government is providing a $7 million grant for a road project at Mississippi State University.
It's for work on a two-mile project on Hightower Road.
MSU can use the money for sidewalks, bike lanes, transit shelters, traffic signal improvements and street lighting on that road on the east side of campus.
The funding is from the U.S. Department of Transportation.
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