Motorists head west along Interstate 70 near Golden, Colo., in July 2021. The Carbon Reduction Program will fund states’ strategies for “transportation alternatives”: Small-scale infrastructure designed to take cars off the road, which will help reduce emissions. David Zalubowski/The Associated Press
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A 60-mile pedestrian and cycling trail in Arkansas, an electric street sweeper in Oregon and truck parking facilities in Florida don’t appear to have much in common — let alone any similarity with a conversion of California highways to toll roads or a roundabout in Michigan.
But all of the projects will be paid for by the Carbon Reduction Program, a five-year, $6.4 billion
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