Some major roads in Northeast Pennsylvania are several thousand dollars closer to being repaired. Transportation deputy secretary Kirk Van Tine toured route 115 in Monroe county and route 502 in Lackawanna county today. He announced the federal government is immediately supplying more than 1-million dollars in emergency funding to fix the roads. Both were washed out after Hurricane Ivan. Route 115 will receive 800-thousand dollars and route 502 will receive 250-thousand dollars for repairs and Penndot officials say route 115 will re-open in November.