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Minnesota Transportation Commissioner Charlie Zelle announces Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013, that the state will spend $300 million in the next three years on 10 road projects that had not been planned. FORUM NEWS SERVICE/Don Davis

Minnesota schedules 10 extra transportation projects

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ST. PAUL -- The Dayton administration plans to construct 10 highway projects around Minnesota to improve commerce transportation.

The projects are not part of the state’s 20-year transportation plan, but Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton said Thursday that the projects will show Minnesotans what can be done if transportation revenue is increased.

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