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FHWA
Rural
Appalachian Regional Short Line Rail Project (KY, WV and TN)
Commonwealth of Kentucky
2009-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Rail
This will rehabilitate hundreds of miles on five unconnected short–line railroads in three states, all operated by a single holding company. Investments include rail, crossties, grade crossing, bridge and tunnel work. This will improve the state of good repair on the railroads and divert bulk commodity shipments of aluminum, sand and chemicals from truck to rail, increasing safety and reducing fuel consumption and emissions. Eliminating slow orders on the lines will increase the speed of rail service allowing goods to reach their markets more quickly.
17551028
APPROXIMATE
(36.915812, -82.97729)
FHWA
Rural
Concord Downtown Complete Streets Project
City of Concord, NH
2012-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
TIGER funds will reconstruct a 12-block section of Main Street in downtown Concord. Currently, Main Street is in a state of disrepair and cannot support optimal traffic operation. The project will improve safety and livability in the community by reconstructing the roadway from four lanes to three lanes, adding wider shoulders to accommodate bicycles, and bringing sidewalks into ADA-compliance.
4710000
APPROXIMATE
(43.206749, -71.536426)
FHWA
Rural
Foothills Parkway Capstone Project
Tennessee Department of Transportation
2016-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
The project will complete an approximately 16-mile section of the Foothills Parkway to provide a continuous 33-mile transportation and recreation corridor. The project includes paving and installation of safety features to re-open the existing roadway which is currently closed to traffic.
10000000
Approximate
(35.6366, -83.7499)
FHWA
Rural
Great Plains Freight Rail (Kansas and Oklahoma)
Kansas DOT
2010-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Rail
This project will construct yard, shop, and rail line improvements and relocate the South Kansas and Oklahoma Railroad hub from an urban to rural area. Grant money will also create a permanent mechanical shop at the new Cherryvale Yard location to provide inspections, maintenance services, and light and heavy repairs to a fleet of more than 40 road and switching locomotives; reduce infrastructure-related derailments; improve at-grade safety, conduct track surfacing work; replace failing track components including spikes, anchors, and tie plates; and upgrade rail tracks to accommodate heavier cars. Track improvements will increase average speeds on the lines from 10 miles per hour to around 25 miles per hour, making service more competitive with other modes of transportation.
10230597
APPROXIMATE
(37.271867, -95.552401)
FHWA
Rural
I-15 Virgin River Gorge Bridge
Arizona DOT
2012-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
TIGER funds will rehabilitate bridge number 6 along I-15 in the Virgin River Gorge. The project is a multi-state initiative with the support of neighboring Nevada and Utah. Currently classified as structurally deficient due to fatigue cracks in steel girders, TIGER funds will replace the deteriorating sections of the bridge with improved elements, increasing its lifespan and efficiency. The bridge is an important aspect of the interstate corridor that links Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and California to Canada and Mexico. I-15 is the only north-south interstate route that allows triple truck trailers.
21600000
APPROXIMATE
(36.892813, -113.920437)
FHWA
Rural
Improvements to BIA Route 2
Oglala Sioux Tribe
2013-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
TIGER funds will upgrade 17.6 miles of loose gravel road to a paved surface that will provide a critical arterial route in the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, one of the most economically distressed populations in the United States. The project will include a designated bicycle lane, which will provide enough room for motor vehicles and bicyclists to share the road. This project is the result of a decade of planning studies and efforts to improve the transportation accessibility for this area.
8777960
APPROXIMATE
(43.243299, -102.68217)
FHWA
Rural
L?hu‘e Town Core Mobility and Revitalization
County of Kaua'i
2015-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
The Lihu’e Town Core Mobility and Revitalization Project will improve bicycling, walking and transit conditions in the town core. The project includes streetscape improvements and road diet, development of a transit service center, new sidewalks and a shared use path, and converting existing streets to a transit hub and bicycle boulevard.
13815100
APPROXIMATE
(21.9931, -159.4266)
FHWA
Rural
Live Oak Streetscape Project
City of Live Oak
2016-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
The project will transform an approximately one-mile section of SR 99 by expanding the current three-lane configuration to a four-lane roadway with a two-way left turn lane. The project also includes improvements to intersections, curbs, gutters, sidewalks and crosswalks, street lighting, parallel parking spaces, and drainage rehabilitation.
10000000
Approximate
(39.2505, -121.7752)
FHWA
Rural
Martin Memorial Bridge Replacement
Maine DOT
2012-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
TIGER funds will replace the structurally deficient Martin Memorial Bridge running over the Androscoggin River on route 232 in Richmond, Maine. The current bridge, built in 1955, has a capacity of 26 tons, well below the state requirement of 45 tons. This prevents large trucks from using it, requiring a detour of 10-12 miles to cross the river. The area is an important trade link for lumber and paper, and the bridge is essential for the economic vitality of the region. Additionally, TIGER funds will support the inclusion of bike lanes on the new bridge, which is on the Maine bicycle system but does not currently have them.
5202700
APPROXIMATE
(44.091658, -69.784755)
FHWA
Rural
Minnesota Rural Roads ITS
Minnesota DOT
2013-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
TIGER funds will be used to install intersection conflict warning systems at 15 rural, stop-controlled intersections. Site locations are spread throughout half of the state. The proposed warning systems will inform vehicles of intersections conflicts so drivers can better judge gaps in traffic. This program is the result of an extensive planning effort and part of Minnesota’s Zero Death Safety Program.
1457307
APPROXIMATE
(46.350664, -94.40139)
FHWA
Rural
Minot Grade Separation
North Dakota DOT
2010-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
This will construct a grade separated pass over Burlington Northern Santa Fe’s mainline and service tracks and approach roadways on 55th Street NE. The grade separation will remove significant barriers to road traffic. An average of 43 trains move through the railroad yard, blocking the rail crossing for 3.5 hours each day.
14130000
APPROXIMATE
(48.235879, -101.296402)
FHWA
Rural
Mississippi River Bridges ITS
MS DOT
2011-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
The Mississippi River Bridges project will install ITS improvements on and around four highway bridges that span the Mississippi River, across the states of Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana: the Helena Bridge (US-49, MS and AR); the Greenville Bridge (US-82, MS and AR); the Vicksburg Bridge (I-20, MS and LA); the Natchez-Vidalia Bridge (US-84, MS and LA). The improvements include dynamic messaging signs, vehicle detection devices, CCTV, highway advisory radio, and other fiber optic connections that would coordinate communication across the bridges, as well as real-time river monitoring systems that will provide information for barges traveling beneath the bridges.
9814700
APPROXIMATE
(33.002588, -91.165657)
FHWA
Rural
New Route 47 Missouri River Bridge Project
Missouri Department of Transportation
2014-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
The New Route 47 Missouri River Bridge Project will replace the decaying, 78 year-old Route 47 Deck and Warren Truss Bridge over the Missouri River in Washington, MO.
10000000
APPROXIMATE
(38.558234, -90.998125)
FHWA
Rural
Northfield Multimodal Integration
City of Northfield, Minnesota
2011-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
This project will construct new pedestrian facilities including sidewalks and a pedestrian bridge to help pedestrians cross State Highway 3, a major road bisecting the town of Northfield, as well as rail lines owned by Progressive Rail. The location currently features high pedestrian traffic and is unsafe.
1060000
APPROXIMATE
(44.449661, -93.169384)
FHWA
Rural
Pelican Point Road Project
Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe
2013-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
TIGER funds will relocate an intersection, construct secondary access roads, and build parking and day-use recreational facilities at a popular recreation site on land administered by the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe. The project will have a significant, positive impact on economic development in the area, using low impact development techniques to address stormwater runoff.
2949513
APPROXIMATE
(39.827306, -119.367973)
FHWA
Rural
Pickaway East West Connector Road
Columbus Regional Airport Authority
2012-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
TIGER funds will be used to upgrade two weight-restricted township roads that link Rickenbacker Airport and Intermodal Facility to U.S. 23. Upgrades include adding shoulders, widening the roads, adding signals at intersections, and providing grade separations over two Class I railroads. The roads are currently overused by trucks traveling to the cargo-dedicated airport, and traffic is projected to increase dramatically due to he completion of the Heartland Corridor project and the Panama Canal expansion.
16082435
APPROXIMATE
(39.772307, -82.989014)
FHWA
Rural
Reconstruct Mitchell-Rapid City Railroad
South Dakota DOT
2010-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Rail
The Mitchell-Rapid City Rail (MRC) line project will rebuild a state-owned branch line from Mitchell to Chamberlain, South Dakota. The reconstructed rail line will increase the capacity and efficiency of the line principally used for transportation of agricultural commodities. The existing branch line is in poor condition, limiting the amount of freight shipped over the railway. This will take 7,200 truckloads of grain and puts them on rail, reducing emissions and road maintenance costs and lowering shipping costs for farmers and give South Dakota farmers easier access to national and international markets served by Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Union Pacific, and Canadian Pacific.
16000000
APPROXIMATE
(43.969098, -99.307137)
FHWA
Rural
Route 10 Safety Improvements
West Virginia DOT
2010-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
These funds will help convert 12.84 miles of West Virginia Route 10, a narrow, two-lane road with speeds limited between 25-45 mph, into a four-lane limited-access divided highway. This will decrease response time for medical facilities, of extreme importance because of the closing of the Man Regional Hospital, and improve road safety and substantially reduces the crash rate. Between July 1, 2004 and June 30, 2007, there were 680 crashes on the existing WV 10.
17000000
APPROXIMATE
(37.856965, -81.995787)
FHWA
Rural
Snake Road Improvement
Seminole Tribe of Florida
2011-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
The project will improve 2.25 miles of road on the Big Cypress Reservation in Hendry County, Florida. The existing road has two 10-foot lanes, with unpaved shoulders that are worn due to heavy use by all-terrain vehicles (ATVs). The road has intermittent segments of sub-standard sidewalks. The project will complete two 14-foot travel lanes (one in each direction), a paved 16-foot median, and a 5-foot sidewalk on the east side and a 12-foot multi-use path on the west side.
3700000
APPROXIMATE
(26.637771, -81.031757)
FHWA
Rural
Staples North/South Corridor
City of Staples
2010-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
This will construct a new crossing over the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railroad and U.S. Highway 10 in Staples, Minnesota, where a pair of grade crossings receive an average of 52 trains per day, meaning Staples residents sit in congestion for hours each day waiting for trains. The bridge and roadway will also incorporate a 10-foot pedestrian/bicycle trail along the entire length of project, providing access for non-motorized users traveling between the north and south parts of the city.
7650000
APPROXIMATE
(46.359368, -94.795387)
FHWA
Rural
Tamiami Trail / Everglades Restoration
Florida Department of Transportation
2014-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
The Tamiami Trail Modifications project will replace a portion of the Tamiami Trail (US-41) with an elevated 2.6-mile bridge that will help to restore natural storm water flows into the Everglades National Park (ENP) and Northeast Shark River, while preserving a critical transportation link between Southwest Florida and Miami.
20000000
APPROXIMATE
(25.888879, -80.513306)
FHWA
Rural
Tawa'ovi Community Streets and Infrastructure Project
The Hopi Tribe
2014-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
Tawa’ovi Community Streets and Infrastructure Project will develop the primary and secondary roadways into the planned Tawa’ovi community. The Tawa’ovi community is one of six new communities envisioned by the Tribe’s strategic plan that would provide housing, jobs, and services to Hopi-Tewa people.
2894190
APPROXIMATE
(35.89795, -110.494995)
FHWA
Rural
The Native Village of Point Hope Transportation Infrastructure and Transit Improvement Project
The Native Village of Point Hope Council
2015-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Transit
The Native Village of Point Hope Transportation Infrastructure and Transit Improvement Project will redesign and construct critical roads, construct sidewalks throughout the community, purchase ADA-compliant transit buses, and modify existing roads to improve safety and accessibility.
2899992
APPROXIMATE
(68.3479, -166.7895)
FHWA
Rural
Torreon Road Rehabilitation
Sandoval County
2012-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
TIGER funds will turn 11.9 miles of a vital, but deteriorating, rural road into a paved connector with shoulders, allowing 55-65 miles-per-hour speeds. This section of the road serves four chapters of the Navajo Nation as well as Sandoval County. The project demonstrates widespread support and collaboration between the New Mexico Department of Transportation, Navajo DOT, and the Mid Region Council of Governments.
5000000
APPROXIMATE
(35.703622, -106.852989)
FHWA
Rural
US-95 Worley North Stage 2
Idaho Transportation Department
2014-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
The US-95 Worley North State 2 project will realign and reconstruct a 2.75 mile segment of US-95, including widening and straightening the road and adding turn lanes and shoulders.
7400000
APPROXIMATE
(47.400767, -116.916912)
FHWA
Rural
Yellowstone International Airport Interchange Development
Gallatin County
2012-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
TIGER funds will be used to create a new interchange on I-90 near Alaska Road and the entrance to the Yellowstone International Airport in Belgrade, Montana. The new interchange will reduce congestion and delays, improve safety by removing at-grade rail crossings, and maintain the local roads by rerouting traffic to the interstate.
8976224
APPROXIMATE
(45.767944, -111.185354)
FHWA
Urban
Aloha-Reedville Study and Livable Community Plan
Washington County
2010-01-01 00:00:00
Planning
Planning
The Livable Community Plan will allow for strategic corridor and town center economic development; land use and streetscape improvements; a bicycle and pedestrian plan; and a housing equity and opportunity strategy in the unincorporated urban area of Washington County between Hillsboro and Beaverton. The plan will investigate causes and develop strategies to stop economic and physical decline in the under-invested area between the fifth and sixth largest cities in Oregon.
1500000
APPROXIMATE
(45.496706, -122.903183)
FHWA
Urban
Anacostia Bicycle and Pedestrian Project
District of Columbia DOT
2012-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Bicycle and Pedestrian
TIGER funds will complete four missing miles of bicycle and pedestrian paths on the Kenilworth Gardens Trail, connecting hundreds of miles of existing trail networks in Maryland and DC. This path will create new options for bicycle commuters and bring economic and health benefits to communities along the trail. The overall project includes the construction of five bridges, raised pathways, and multi-use paths. It will connect 16 waterfront neighborhoods to the Anacostia River, as well as the Southwest Waterfront, the Nationals baseball stadium, the Navy Yard, RFK Stadium, the National Arboretum, and other popular destinations.
10000000
APPROXIMATE
(38.908408, -76.94858)
FHWA
Urban
Bella Vista Bypass (AR and MO)
Arkansas DOT
2009-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
The project will create a 19-mile, access-controlled, 4-lane, partially tolled road around the City of Bella Vista in Northwest Arkansas and Southwest Missouri. The bypass will complete a link for I-49, connecting the Port of New Orleans with a number of interstates and improving the flow of goods to the Great Lakes and Canada. Major corporations and universities are located along this fast growing corridor. (TIFIA Loan Grant)
10000000
APPROXIMATE
(36.434491, -93.723292)
FHWA
Urban
Burlington Waterfront North Project
City of Burlington
2009-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
The project involves the rehabilitation, reconstruction and upgrading of a 1,355 foot section of Lake Street– the principal north-south access roadway servicing the downtown waterfront–and the realignment and improvement of a section of the Waterfront Bike path that traverses the project area, leveraging more than $21 million in additional funding, including more than $13 million in new private investments. Reconfiguration of the road and bike path will improve safety by reducing conflicts among vehicular, pedestrian, and bicycle traffic, while also maximizing land available for economic redevelopment. This project is located in a HUD-designated Renewal Community, where 77 percent of residents are low/moderate income and the poverty rate is 31.4 percent--almost 2.5 times the national rate.
3150000
APPROXIMATE
(44.472002, -73.204986)
FHWA
Urban
Canal Crossing
Jersey City Redevelopment Agency
2010-01-01 00:00:00
Planning
Planning
Planning and design efforts will address modifications to infrastructure, subdivision of properties, zoning changes, and connections to the light rail stop and bike paths at Canal Crossing, a 111-acre redevelopment site in Jersey City surrounded by predominately minority households with high unemployment and poverty rates. Revitalization of this area has been hampered by outdated infrastructure, large tracts of contaminated former industrial lands, and a road system that fails to sufficiently link up with the local regional rail network. The project focus will be to create a residential, mixed-use, transit-oriented development with access to open space amenities in a community with a significant low-income population. The process will also develop a formal legal framework to ensure that redevelopment is equitable.
1964400
APPROXIMATE
(40.718961, -74.045889)
FHWA
Urban
Carlisle Connectivity Project
Borough of Carlisle
2016-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Bicycle-Pedestrian
The project will construct complete streets along interconnected, existing corridors and reconstruct failing intersections. Complete streets improvements include pedestrian and bicycle facilities, transit facility upgrades, green infrastructure, streetscaping and wayfinding.
5000000
Approximate
(40.2396, -77.1914)
FHWA
Urban
Charter Oak Ranch Road Plan
El Paso County
2014-01-01 00:00:00
Planning
Road
The project will develop conceptual design and preliminary engineering for rehabilitation of access roads leading to Gate 19, which is planned for reopening to provide alternate access to Ft. Carson's military training infrastructure.
1200000
APPROXIMATE
(38.671606, -104.714985)
FHWA
Urban
Closing the Gaps
City of Philadelphia
2015-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
The Closing the Gaps Project will create a pedestrian and traffic friendly streetscape on American Street in Philadelphia; restore continuous access to Westmoreland Street by removing a hazardous elevated pedestrian footbridge and constructing a new multi-purpose road and bridge; and repurpose an abandoned railroad bridge into a bicycle and pedestrian swing bridge over the Schuylkill River to connect to the regional trail network.
10265000
APPROXIMATE
(39.9777, -75.1459)
FHWA
Urban
Connect Historic Boston
The City of Boston
2013-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
TIGER funds will be used to increase the capacity of city streets, alleviate congestion on the roadways and transit system, support safe non-motorized travel and enhance the competitiveness and attractiveness of the region. This project reconstructs seven city streets as shared or complete streets, meaning that they are designed to be used for driving, bicycling, walking or public transportation and constructs a protected two-way bicycle track connecting to transit, regional shared-use trails, and major employment and tourist destinations.
15523700
APPROXIMATE
(42.364815, -71.055672)
FHWA
Urban
Crescent Corridor Intermodal Freight Rail Project
Alabama and Tennessee DOT
2009-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Rail
The Crescent Corridor is a major intermodal freight program centered on the continued development of Norfolk Southern’s rail intermodal route from the Gulf Coast to the Mid-Atlantic. Construction of these new facilities in Memphis and Birmingham includes pad and support tracks, trailer and container parking areas, lead tracks, and related ancillary buildings and features, providing significant new freight capacity from the Southeast through the Mid-Atlantic region, an area currently underserved by intermodal rail. Once fully-developed, the Crescent Corridor will improve domestic rail intermodal service between the Northeast and Southeast and connecting this 2,500-mile network of existing rail lines with regional intermodal freight distribution centers will strengthen domestic and international freight distribution in the Southeast, Gulf Coast and Mid-Atlantic markets.
105000000
APPROXIMATE
(34.258891, -88.737991)
FHWA
Urban
Duke Belt Line Trail Master Plan
City of Durham, North Carolina
2014-01-01 00:00:00
Planning
Bicycle-Pedestrian
The Duke Belt Line Trail will tie directly into the Durham Station Transportation Center and the Triangle’s bus and rail system, paralleling the NC 147 and NC 540 freeways connecting three counties via freeway crossings and neighborhoods north of downtown seamlessly to the regional mobility network.
222700
APPROXIMATE
(36.008562, -78.896942)
FHWA
Urban
East Bay Pedestrian and Bicycle Network
East Bay Regional Park District
2010-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Bicycle and Pedestrian
The East Bay Pedestrian and Bicycle Network will close several critical gaps in the nearly 200-mile bicycle and pedestrian trail system serving the 2.5 million residents of Contra Costa and Alameda counties in California. The project will separate bicycle and pedestrian traffic from automobile traffic, and connect to transit facilities. This project serves an economically diverse population with segments in Albany, Berkeley, Dublin, Dumbarton, Oakland, Pleasanton and Union City, improves safety by separating bicyclists and pedestrians from heavily used motorized corridors and completes portions of a wider network of existing bicycle and pedestrian trails.
10200000
APPROXIMATE
(37.890299, -122.298115)
FHWA
Urban
First/Last Mile Connections: Improving Community Access to Regional Opportunities
Utah Transit Authority
2016-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Bicycle-Pedestrian
The project will implement Utah Transit Authority’s (UTA) Phase I First/Last Mile Strategy Implementation plan to improve connectivity and access to UTA’s transit system. The project includes building network connections, including cross-walks, trail connections, sidewalks, and bike lanes; and spot treatments such as bus shelters, ADA accessible pads, sidewalk condition improvements, curb extensions and cuts, raised crosswalks, HAWK beacons, detectable bicycle and pedestrian warnings, painted or protected bike lanes, improved wayfinding, additional bike share stations, street and station lighting, bike parking, and bike maintenance kiosks.
20000000
Approximate
(40.7563, -111.9001)
FHWA
Urban
Hudson Links I-287 BRT/ITS Project
New York State Department of Transportation
2015-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Transit
The Hudson Links I-287 BRT/ITS Project will improve east-west travel options along the I-287 corridor, including I-287 and State Routes 59 and 119, in Rockland and Westchester counties, NY by upgrading transit stations; improving intersections and pedestrian facilities; implementing Integrated Corridor Management including advanced traffic management system expansion, transit signal priority, ramp monitoring and other ITS efforts; implementing signal upgrades for transit signal priority; and establishing ramp metering and queue jump lanes.
10000000
APPROXIMATE
(41.0836, -73.8475)
FHWA
Urban
Hull Street Corridor Revitalization
City of Richmond, Virginia
2010-01-01 00:00:00
Planning
Planning
Richmond and Chesterfield will develop an inter-jurisdictional comprehensive corridor revitalization plan for 4.1 miles of Hull Street Road. The proposed revitalization plan will begin with a series of studies on regarding different aspects of the corridor, including zoning and land-use, traffic circulation and connectivity, streetscaping, housing, infrastructure, demographics, public open space and community services. It will incorporate a community outreach strategy; a sustainability approach including green building principles; a market analysis; a housing strategy; a list of proposed incentives for businesses, property owners, developers, and residences; an open space and recreation plan; adaptive reuse of vacant property; and the identification of funding sources.
100000
APPROXIMATE
(37.539474, -77.432445)
FHWA
Urban
I-244 Multimodal Bridge Replacement
Oklahoma DOT
2009-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
This replaces an existing bridge, currently ranked as one of the five worst bridges on Oklahoma’s State- Owned Interstate Bridge System Inventory with poor sufficiency ratings, high maintenance costs and excessive lane closures due to maintenance activities. The reconstructed bridge —Tulsa’s first multimodal crossing—will accommodate highway, high-speed intercity and commuter rail, and pedestrian and bicycle traffic. This will improve the condition of the existing bridge facilities and minimize operations and maintenance expenditures. The region's economic competitiveness will be enhanced by significant improvements for both truck and rail freight movement over the Arkansas River.
49480000
APPROXIMATE
(36.146696, -95.988536)
FHWA
Urban
I-85 Corridor Improvement and Yadkin River Crossing
North Carolina DOT
2009-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
The project is located midway between Greensboro and Charlotte, NC. on I-85. It is the most direct interstate route between Atlanta, GA and Richmond, VA and carries a heavy volume of truck traffic. This portion of I-85 is one of the last remaining substandard segments between the South Carolina border and Durham, NC and a significant interstate bottleneck. This project will reconstruct seven miles of I-85, including highway, bridge and rail infrastructure, with replacement of three major, deteriorating structures over the Yadkin River, includes multi-modal improvements that enable an immediate 45 percent increase in freight and passenger rail speeds in the area.
10000000
APPROXIMATE
(35.739579, -80.352142)
FHWA
Urban
Lee County Complete Streets Initiative
Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization
2013-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
TIGER funds will be used to support bicycle and pedestrian transportation connections throughout Lee County. This project will complete three sections of the regional trail network: the Tour de Parks Loop, the University Loop, and the Bi-County Connector.
10473900
APPROXIMATE
(26.330512, -81.805777)
FHWA
Urban
Meadowlands Adaptive Signal System
New Jersey Meadowlands Commission (NJMC)
2010-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
This will improve traffic flow in one of the most heavily used corridors in the Nation by modernizing and coordinating signals along the corridor, improving transit times for nearly 120,000 annual rides on NJ transit, local, and private buses which travel through the area. Traffic signals at 128 intersections will use algorithmic intelligence to achieve the maximum roadway capacity, improve operating efficiency, and avoid unnecessary roadway widening.
10008056
APPROXIMATE
(40.820045, -74.062813)
FHWA
Urban
Memorial Bridge Replacement (Portsmouth, NH to Kittery, ME)
New Hampshire DOT
2010-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
This joint Maine-New Hampshire project will replace a crucial, but deteriorating, highway bridge that currently has a bridge sufficiency rating of 6 out of 100. Safety concerns resulted in both states’ restricting bridge traffic to no more than three tons, thereby causing all truck traffic to detour. This project replaces a structurally deficient bridge that is New Hampshire DOT’s number one bridge priority, restores the bridge to a state of good repair capable of supporting truck traffic to Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and increases the connectivity of truck and auto traffic and over 1,000 bicyclist and pedestrians every day.
20000000
APPROXIMATE
(43.082681, -70.753697)
FHWA
Urban
Millwork District Complete Streets Improvements
City of Dubuque
2009-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
The project is a Complete Streets project to help create a vibrant environment for the people that live and work in the Historic Millwork District in downtown Dubuque. The objective is to design streets that are attractive, convenient and safe for a broad range of users, including drivers, public transit, pedestrians, bicyclists, people without access to automobiles, children and people with disabilities. It will improve connectivity and provide greater access for people that are transit-dependent. As many as 60 percent of the new residents within the Historic Millwork District are estimated to be traveling to work downtown and the project will allow them to more conveniently and safely walk, bike or take transit to work, improving livability in the Millwork District by reducing commute times and providing new and improved travel options for walkers, bicyclists and transit riders.
5600000
APPROXIMATE
(42.494395, -90.665565)
FHWA
Urban
National Gateway Freight Rail Corridor (OH, PA, WV, MD)
Ohio Development Commission
2009-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Rail
This package of rail infrastructure and intermodal terminal projects will enhance freight transportation service options along three major freight rail corridors owned and operated by CSX through the Midwest and along the Atlantic coast, allowing trains to carry double- stacked containers, increasing freight capacity and making the corridor more marketable to major East Coast ports and shippers. It doubles rail capacity on a major freight rail corridor with no increase in noise, emissions or train length, with a significant amount of the investments in this corridor coming in economically distressed areas. Allowing for double-stack trains will provide relief to congested rail and highway corridors by enabling trains to carry more freight. The increased capacity and improved economies of scale will provide a cost-effective alternative to long-haul trucking, directly reducing highway congestion and expensive highway maintenance.
98000000
APPROXIMATE
(39.619393, -79.144435)
FHWA
Urban
New Haven Downtown Crossing and Urban Boulevard
City of New Haven
2010-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
This project will convert Connecticut State Route 34 from a limited access highway to urban boulevards from Union Avenue to College Street. Currently, Route 34 acts as a barrier that cuts the Yale-New Haven Hospital complex and the city’s Union Station off from the rest of downtown New Haven. The Downtown Crossing project will convert North and South Frontage Roads to urban boulevards with road, streetscape, bicycle and pedestrian enhancements; reconfigure local street connections; and reconstruct the College Street Bridge at grade level. It will reduce the number of accidents by improving traffic patterns and reconfiguring difficult intersections and merges and encourage non-motorized transportation by reconnecting the street grid and providing better bicycle/pedestrian options.
16000000
APPROXIMATE
(41.315723, -72.929016)
FHWA
Urban
North Interstate 25 Phase 1
Colorado Department of Transportation
2016-01-01 00:00:00
Capital
Road
The project will improve an approximately 14-mile, four-lane section of Interstate 25 between the cities of Loveland and Fort Collins in Colorado by adding tolled express lanes, replacing two bridges, widening two other bridges, correcting roadway geometry to address safety concerns, adding bus-only slip ramps, creating a new bicycle-pedestrian underpass, and installing ITS technology in conjunction with the managed lanes.
15000000
Approximate
(40.4983, -104.9932)

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