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STOCKTON – San Joaquin County has received more than $7.7 million to repave part of Highway 12, the California Transportation Commission announced Thursday.
The money will pay to replace pavement on Highway 12 from east of Interstate 5 to the Potato Slough Bridge with rubberized asphalt concrete.
The funds are part of $254 million allocated for 41 projects throughout the state. The allocations included $116.2 million from Proposition 1B, the transportation bond voters approved in 2006.