by Stephen Singer, The AP
The state is budgeting about $3 million, 80 percent of which comes from the federal government, for an 18- to 24-month marketing effort on radio, billboards, movie theater ads, and the Internet.
A lot is riding on the project. At $567 million — $112 million in state money and the remainder from the federal government — the bus-only corridor has not lacked for critics who expressed shock at the cost.
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