04/17/2013 01:46 EDT | Updated 06/17/2013 05:12 EDT

Manitoba government promises more money for road and bridge work

WINNIPEG - The Manitoba government is promising $3.5 billion over the next 10 years for municipal roads, bridges and other projects.

The province says it's doubling money for streets in Winnipeg over the next three years to $42 million.

Another $21 million is available for municipalities outside Winnipeg for new road work.

The province has also released a list of planned infrastructure projects for this year.

They include intersection improvements on Highway 75 near the U.S. border and funding for an underpass on Plessis Road in east Winnipeg.

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