$67m for Roads in Baghdad

A total of 80 billion Iraqi dinars (ID), about US $67m, has been allocated to improve the roads in the capital Baghdad, the local municipality said on Tuesday.

The money will be used to pave the main streets and highways in the capital, change traffic lights in central Baghdad and to continue construction work on several bridges, according to a statement released by the municipality and received by Aswat al-Iraq news agency.

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