American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009 Information
Pelandale/Hwy 99 Interchange – Estimated project cost: $59,000,000. The City is requesting funding for this project through multiple arenas; through Recovery Act programs and through the next SAFETEA-LU reauthorization. It is supported at the Federal level by Congressman Radanovich and Congressman Cardoza. It is listed as a Highlight Project by the California Partnership for the San Joaquin Valley (SJV Partnership).
Transit Capital Assistance – The City has
received a formula award for this area of funding
through the Recovery Act in the amount of $5,586,606.
These funds will be used, upon receiving them, to stave off cuts in MAX service and to help maintain
buses and transit facilities.
Cape and Slurry Seal projects – The City intends
to use a $3,211,414 Recovery Act formula grant to
resurface over 25 miles of road surface. This
grant was officially awarded in October 2009 and a bid
award is expected by January 2010. Work on this
project will begin Spring 2010. Federal funds
can only be used for collector and arterial streets.
Local roads (residential streets) cannot be maintained
with federal funds.
Street Overlays and ADA Curb Cuts - The
City has received a Recovery Act formula award in the
amount of $3,269,225 which will be use to overlay
streets and provide ADA compliant curb ramp cuts at
intersections where the street overlays occur.
Details on the exact streets to receive the work will be
available in the coming weeks. Work on this
project is expected to begin in Spring 2010.
- To view the proposed and alternate street listings click
This page was updated on: Wednesday, November 4, 2009 9:06:57 AM