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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

SAFE, ACCOUNTABLE, FLEXIBLE, EFFICIENT
TRANSPORTATION EQUITY ACT: A LEGACY
FOR USERS

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

Public Law 109–59
109th Congress
An Act
Aug. 10, 2005
[H.R. 3]
Safe,
Accountable,
Flexible, Efficient
Transportation
Equity Act: A
Legacy for Users.
Intergovernmental
relations.
23 USC 101 note.

To authorize funds for Federal-aid highways, highway safety programs, and transit
programs, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of
the United States of America in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS.

(a) SHORT TITLE.—This Act may be cited as the ‘‘Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for
Users’’ or ‘‘SAFETEA–LU’’.
(b) TABLE OF CONTENTS.—The table of contents for this Act
is as follows:
Sec. 1. Short title; table of contents.
Sec. 2. General definitions.
TITLE I—FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAYS
Subtitle A—Authorization of Programs
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Authorization of appropriations.
Obligation ceiling.
Apportionments.
Equity bonus program.
Revenue aligned budget authority.
Future Interstate System routes.
Metropolitan planning.
Transfer of highway and transit funds.
Recreational trails.
Temporary traffic control devices.
Set-asides for Interstate discretionary projects.
Emergency relief.
Surface transportation program.
Highway bridge program.
Highway use tax evasion projects.
Appalachian development highway system.
Transportation, community, and system preservation program.
Territorial highway program.
Federal lands highways.
Puerto Rico highway program.
HOV facilities.
Definitions.

Subtitle B—Congestion Relief
Sec. 1201. Real-time system management information program.
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Subtitle C—Mobility and Efficiency
Projects of national and regional significance.
National corridor infrastructure improvement program.
Coordinated border infrastructure program.
High priority corridors on the National Highway System.
Truck parking facilities.
Freight intermodal distribution pilot grant program.
Deployment of magnetic levitation transportation projects.

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Sec. 1308. Delta region transportation development program.
Sec. 1309. Extension of public transit vehicle exemption from axle weight restrictions.
Sec. 1310. Interstate oasis program.
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Subtitle D—Highway Safety
Highway safety improvement program.
Worker injury prevention and free flow of vehicular traffic.
Toll facilities workplace safety study.
Safe routes to school program.
Roadway safety improvements for older drivers and pedestrians.
Safety incentive grants for use of seat belts.
Safety incentives to prevent operation of motor vehicles by intoxicated
persons.
Improvement or replacement of highway features on National Highway
System.
Work zone safety grants.
National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse.
Roadway safety.
Idling reduction facilities in Interstate rights-of-way.

Subtitle E—Construction and Contract Efficiency
Sec. 1501. Program efficiencies.
Sec. 1502. Highways for LIFE pilot program.
Sec. 1503. Design build.
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Subtitle F—Finance
Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act amendments.
State infrastructure banks.
Use of excess funds and funds for inactive projects.
Tolling.

Subtitle G—High Priority Projects
Sec. 1701. High Priority Projects program.
Sec. 1702. Project authorizations.
Sec. 1703. Technical amendments to transportation projects.
Subtitle H—Environment
Construction of ferry boats and ferry terminal facilities.
National Scenic Byways Program.
America’s Byways Resource Center.
National historic covered bridge preservation.
Use of debris from demolished bridges and overpasses.
Additional authorization of contract authority for States with Indian reservations.
Sec. 1807. Nonmotorized transportation pilot program.
Sec. 1808. Addition to CMAQ-eligible projects.
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Subtitle I—Miscellaneous
Sec. 1901. Inclusion of requirements for signs identifying funding sources in title
23.
Sec. 1902. Donations and credits.
Sec. 1903. Inclusion of Buy America requirements in title 23.
Sec. 1904. Stewardship and oversight.
Sec. 1905. Transportation development credits.
Sec. 1906. Grant program to prohibit racial profiling.
Sec. 1907. Pavement marking systems demonstration projects.
Sec. 1908. Inclusion of certain route segments on Interstate System and NHS.
Sec. 1909. Future of surface transportation system.
Sec. 1910. Motorist information concerning full service restaurants.
Sec. 1911. Approval and funding for certain construction projects.
Sec. 1912. Lead agency designation.
Sec. 1913. Bridge construction, North Dakota.
Sec. 1914. Motorcyclist Advisory Council.
Sec. 1915. Loan forgiveness.
Sec. 1916. Treatment of off-ramp.
Sec. 1917. Opening of Interstate ramps.
Sec. 1918. Credit to State of Louisiana for State matching funds.
Sec. 1919. Road user fees.
Sec. 1920. Transportation and local workforce investment.

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Update of obsolete text.
Technical amendments to nondiscrimination section.
Transportation assets and needs of Delta region.
Alaska Way Viaduct study.
Community enhancement study.
Budget justification.
14th Amendment Highway and 3rd Infantry Division Highway.
Sense of Congress regarding Buy America.
Designation of Daniel Patrick Moynihan Interstate Highway.
Designation of Thomas P. ‘‘Tip’’ O’Neill, Jr. Tunnel.
Richard Nixon Parkway, California.
Amo Houghton Bypass.
Billy Tauzin Energy Corridor.
Transportation improvements.
Project flexibility.
Advances.
Roads in closed basins.
Technology.
BIA Indian Road Program.
Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park, Montana.
Beartooth Highway, Montana.
Great Lakes ITS implementation.
Transportation construction and remediation, Ottawa County, Oklahoma.
Infrastructure awareness program.
Gateway rural improvement pilot program.
Eligible safety improvements.
Emergency service route.
Knik Arm Bridge funding clarification.
Lincoln Parish, LA/I–20 Transportation Corridor Program.
Bonding assistance program.
Congestion relief.
Authorization of appropriations.
Bicycle transportation and pedestrian walkways.
Conveyance to the City of Ely, Nevada.
Brownfields grants.
Traffic circle construction, Clarendon, Vermont.
Limitation on project approval.
Cross harbor freight movement project.
Denali access system program.
I–95/Contee Road interchange study.
Multimodal facility improvements.
Apollo Theater leases.
Project Federal share.

TITLE II—HIGHWAY SAFETY
Authorization of appropriations.
Highway safety programs.
Highway safety research and outreach programs.
Occupant protection incentive grants.
Grants for primary safety belt use laws.
State traffic safety information system improvements.
Alcohol-impaired driving countermeasures.
NHTSA accountability.
High visibility enforcement program.
Motorcyclist safety.
Child safety and child booster seat incentive grants.
Safety data.
Drug-impaired driving enforcement.
First responder vehicle safety program.
Driver performance study.
Rural State emergency medical services optimization pilot program.
Older driver safety; law enforcement training.
Safe intersections.
National Highway Safety Advisory Committee technical correction.
Presidential Commission on Alcohol-Impaired Driving.
Sense of the Congress in support of increased public awareness of blood
alcohol concentration levels and dangers of alcohol-impaired driving.
Sec. 2022. Effective date.
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TITLE III—PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Sec. 3001. Short title.

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Amendments to title 49, United States Code; updated terminology.
Policies, findings, and purposes.
Definitions.
Metropolitan transportation planning.
Statewide transportation planning.
Planning programs.
Private enterprise participation.
Urbanized area formula grants.
Clean fuels grant program.
Capital investment grants.
Formula grants for special needs of elderly individuals and individuals
with disabilities.
Formula grants for other than urbanized areas.
Research, development, demonstration, and deployment projects.
Transit cooperative research program.
National research and technology programs.
National Transit Institute.
Job access and reverse commute formula grants.
New Freedom Program.
Bus testing facility.
Alternative transportation in parks and public lands.
Human resources programs.
General provisions on assistance.
Special provisions for capital projects.
Contract requirements.
Project management oversight and review.
Project review.
Investigations of safety hazards and security risks.
State safety oversight.
Controlled substances and alcohol misuse testing.
Employee protective arrangements.
Administrative procedures.
National transit database.
Apportionments of formula grants.
Apportionments based on fixed guideway factors.
Authorizations.
Alternatives analysis program.
Apportionments based on growing States formula factors.
Over-the-road bus accessibility program.
Obligation ceiling.
Adjustments for fiscal year 2005.
Terrorist attacks and other acts of violence against public transportation
systems.
Project authorizations for new fixed guideway capital projects.
Projects for bus and bus-related facilities and clean fuels grant program.
National fuel cell bus technology development program.
Allocations for national research and technology programs.
Forgiveness of grant agreement.
Cooperative procurement.
Transportation fringe benefits.
Commuter rail.
Paratransit service in Illinois.

TITLE IV—MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY
Sec. 4001. Short title.
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Subtitle A—Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety
Authorization of appropriations.
Increased penalties for out-of-service violations and false records.
Penalty for denial of access to records.
Revocation of operating authority.
State laws relating to vehicle towing.
Motor carrier safety grants.
High priority activities and new entrants audits.
Data quality improvement.
Performance and registration information system management.
Border enforcement grants.
Motor carrier research and technology program.
Nebraska custom harvesters length exemption.
Pattern of safety violations by motor carrier management.
Intrastate operations of interstate motor carriers.

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Transfer provision.
Medical program.
Safety performance history screening.
Roadability.
International cooperation.
Financial responsibility for private motor carriers.
Deposit of certain civil penalties into Highway Trust Fund.
CDL learner’s permit program.
Commercial driver’s license information system modernization.
Commercial driver’s license improvements.
Hobbs Act.
Commercial vehicle information systems and networks deployment.
Outreach and education.
Safety data improvement program.
Operation of commercial motor vehicles by individuals who use insulin
to treat diabetes mellitus.
Operators of vehicles transporting agricultural commodities and farm
supplies.
Maximum hours of service for operators of ground water well drilling
rigs.
Hours of service for operators of utility service vehicles.
Hours of service rules for operators providing transportation to movie
production sites.
Grant program for commercial motor vehicle operators.
CDL task force.
Interstate van operations.
Decals.
High risk carrier compliance reviews.
Foreign commercial motor vehicles.
School bus driver qualifications and endorsement knowledge test.
Driveaway saddlemount vehicles.
Registration of motor carriers and freight forwarders.
Authority to stop commercial motor vehicles.
Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee.
Technical corrections.
Exemption during harvest periods.
Emergency condition requiring immediate response.
Substance abuse professionals.
Office of intermodalism.
Subtitle B—Household Goods Transportation
Short title.
Definitions; application of provisions.
Payment of rates.
Additional registration requirements for motor carriers of household
goods.
Household goods carrier operations.
Enforcement of regulations related to transportation of household goods.
Liability of carriers under receipts and bills of lading.
Arbitration requirements.
Civil penalties relating to household goods brokers and unauthorized
transportation.
Penalties for holding household goods hostage.
Consumer handbook on DOT web site.
Release of household goods broker information.
Working group for development of practices and procedures to enhance
Federal-State relations.
Consumer complaint information.
Review of liability of carriers.
Application of State consumer protection laws to certain household goods
carriers.
Subtitle C—Unified Carrier Registration Act of 2005
Short title.
Relationship to other laws.
Inclusion of motor private and exempt carriers.
Unified Carrier Registration System.
Registration of motor carriers by States.
Identification of vehicles.
Use of UCR Agreement revenues as matching funds.
Regulations.

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Subtitle D—Miscellaneous Provisions
Technical adjustment.
Transfer.
Extension of assistance.
Designations.
Limited exception.
Airport land amendment.
Rights-of-way.
Rialto Municipal Airport.
Conforming amendments.
Ralph M. Bartholomew Veterans’ Memorial Bridge.
Don Young’s Way.
Quality bank adjustments.
Technical amendment.
Airport certification.
TITLE V—RESEARCH

Subtitle A—Funding
Sec. 5101. Authorization of appropriations.
Sec. 5102. Obligation ceiling.
Sec. 5103. Findings.
Subtitle B—Research, Technology, and Education
Sec. 5201. Research, technology, and education.
Sec. 5202. Long-term bridge performance program; innovative bridge research and
deployment program.
Sec. 5203. Technology deployment.
Sec. 5204. Training and education.
Sec. 5205. State planning and research.
Sec. 5206. International highway transportation outreach program.
Sec. 5207. Surface transportation environment and planning cooperative research
program.
Sec. 5208. Transportation research and development strategic planning.
Sec. 5209. National cooperative freight transportation research program.
Sec. 5210. Future strategic highway research program.
Sec. 5211. Multistate corridor operations and management.
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National ITS program plan.
Use of funds.
Goals and purposes.
Infrastructure development.
General authorities and requirements.
Research and development.
National architecture and standards.
Road weather research and development program.
Centers for surface transportation excellence.
Definitions.

Subtitle D—University Transportation Research; Scholarship Opportunities
Sec. 5401. National university transportation centers.
Sec. 5402. University transportation research.

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Subtitle E—Other Programs
Transportation safety information management system project.
Surface transportation congestion relief solutions research initiative.
Motor carrier efficiency study.
Center for Transportation Advancement and Regional Development.
Transportation scholarship opportunities program.
Commercial remote sensing products and spatial information technologies.
Rural interstate corridor communications study.
Transportation technology innovation and demonstration program.
Repeal.
Notice.
Motorcycle crash causation study grants.
Advanced travel forecasting procedures program.
Research grants.
Competition for specification of alternative types of culvert pipes.

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Subtitle F—Bureau of Transportation Statistics
Sec. 5601. Bureau of Transportation Statistics.
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TITLE VI—TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND PROJECT DELIVERY
6001. Transportation planning.
6002. Efficient environmental reviews for project decisionmaking.
6003. State assumption of responsibilities for certain programs and projects.
6004. State assumption of responsibility for categorical exclusions.
6005. Surface transportation project delivery pilot program.
6006. Environmental restoration and pollution abatement; control of noxious
weeds and aquatic noxious weeds and establishment of native species.
6007. Exemption of Interstate System.
6008. Integration of natural resource concerns into transportation project planning.
6009. Parks, recreation areas, wildlife and waterfowl refuges, and historic
sites.
6010. Environmental review of activities that support deployment of intelligent
transportation systems.
6011. Transportation conformity.
6012. Federal Reference Method.
6013. Air quality monitoring data influenced by exceptional events.
6014. Federal procurement of recycled coolant.
6015. Clean school bus program.
6016. Special designation.
6017. Increased use of recovered mineral component in federally funded
projects involving procurement of cement or concrete.
6018. Use of granular mine tailings.

TITLE VII—HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORTATION
Sec. 7001. Short title.
Sec. 7002. Amendment of title 49, United States Code.
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Subtitle A—General Authorities on Transportation of Hazardous Materials
7101. Findings and purpose.
7102. Definitions.
7103. General regulatory authority.
7104. Limitation on issuance of hazmat licenses.
7105. Background checks for drivers hauling hazardous materials.
7106. Representation and tampering.
7107. Technical amendments.
7108. Training of certain employees.
7109. Registration.
7110. Shipping papers and disclosure.
7111. Rail tank cars.
7112. Unsatisfactory safety ratings.
7113. Training curriculum for the public sector.
7114. Planning and training grants; Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness Fund.
7115. Special permits and exclusions.
7116. Uniform forms and procedures.
7117. International uniformity of standards and requirements.
7118. Administrative authority.
7119. Enforcement.
7120. Civil penalty.
7121. Criminal penalty.
7122. Preemption.
7123. Judicial review.
7124. Relationship to other laws.
7125. Authorization of appropriations.
7126. References to the Secretary of Transportation.
7127. Criminal matters.
7128. Additional civil and criminal penalties.
7129. Hazardous material transportation plan requirement.
7130. Determining amount of undeclared shipments of hazardous materials
entering the United States.
7131. Hazardous materials research projects.
7132. National first responder transportation incident response system.
7133. Common carrier pipeline system.

Subtitle B—Sanitary Food Transportation
Sec. 7201. Short title.

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Sec. 7202. Responsibilities of Secretary of Health and Human Services.
Sec. 7203. Department of Transportation requirements.
Sec. 7204. Effective date.
Subtitle C—Research and Innovative Technology Administration
Sec. 7301. Administrative authority.
TITLE VIII—TRANSPORTATION DISCRETIONARY SPENDING GUARANTEE
Sec. 8001. Discretionary spending limits for the highway and mass transit categories.
Sec. 8002. Adjustments to align highway spending with revenues.
Sec. 8003. Level of obligation limitations.
Sec. 8004. Enforcement of guarantee.
Sec. 8005. Transfer of Federal transit administrative expenses.
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TITLE IX—RAIL TRANSPORTATION
High-speed rail corridor development.
Capital grants for rail line relocation projects.
Rehabilitation and improvement financing.
Report regarding impact on public safety of train travel in communities
without grade separation.
Welded rail and tank car safety improvements.
Alaska Railroad.
Study of rail transportation and regulation.
Hawaii port infrastructure expansion program.
TITLE X—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

Subtitle A—Sportfishing and Recreational Boating Safety
Sec. 10101. Short title.
CHAPTER 1—DINGELL-JOHNSON SPORT FISH RESTORATION ACT AMENDMENTS
10111. Amendment of Dingell-Johnson Sport Fish Restoration Act.
10112. Authorization of appropriations.
10113. Division of annual appropriations.
10114. Maintenance of projects.
10115. Boating infrastructure.
10116. Requirements and restrictions concerning use of amounts for expenses
for Administration.
Sec. 10117. Payments of funds to and cooperation with Puerto Rico, the District of
Columbia, Guam, American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern
Mariana Islands, and the Virgin Islands.
Sec. 10118. Multistate conservation grant program.
Sec. 10119. Expenditure of remaining balance in Boat Safety Account.
Sec.
Sec.
Sec.
Sec.
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Sec. 10131. Grant program.

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AMENDMENTS

CHAPTER 3—RECREATIONAL BOATING SAFETY PROGRAM AMENDMENTS
Sec. 10141. Technical correction.
Sec. 10142. Availability of allocations.
Sec. 10143. Authorization of appropriations for State recreational boating safety
programs.
Sec.
Sec.
Sec.
Sec.
Sec.
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Subtitle B—Other Miscellaneous Provisions
Notice regarding participation of small business concerns.
Emergency medical services.
Hubzone program.
Catastrophic hurricane evacuation plans.
Intermodal transportation facility expansion.
Eligibility to participate in western Alaska community development
quota program.
10207. Rail rehabilitation and bridge repair.
10208. Rented or leased motor vehicles.
10209. Midway Island.
10210. Demonstration of digital project simulation.
10211. Environmental programs.
10212. Rescission of unobligated balances.
10213. Tribal land.
10201.
10202.
10203.
10204.
10205.
10206.

Subtitle C—Specific Vehicle Safety-related Rulings
Sec. 10301. Vehicle rollover prevention and crash mitigation.

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10303.
10304.
10305.
10306.
10307.
10308.
10309.
10310.

Side-impact crash protection rulemaking.
Tire research.
Vehicle backover avoidance technology study.
Nontraffic incident data collection.
Study of safety belt use technologies.
Amendment of Automobile Information Disclosure Act.
Power window switches.
15-Passenger van safety.
Authorization of appropriations.

TITLE XI—HIGHWAY REAUTHORIZATION AND EXCISE TAX
SIMPLIFICATION
Sec. 11100. Amendment of 1986 Code.
Subtitle A—Trust Fund Reauthorization
Sec. 11101. Extension of highway-related taxes and trust funds.
Sec. 11102. Modification of adjustments of apportionments.
Subtitle B—Excise Tax Reform and Simplification
PART 1—HIGHWAY EXCISE TAXES
Sec. 11111. Modification of gas guzzler tax.
Sec. 11112. Exclusion for tractors weighing 19,500 pounds or less from Federal excise tax on heavy trucks and trailers.
Sec. 11113. Volumetric excise tax credit for alternative fuels.
PART 2—AQUATIC EXCISE TAXES
Sec. 11115. Elimination of Aquatic Resources Trust Fund and transformation of
Sport Fish Restoration Account.
Sec. 11116. Repeal of harbor maintenance tax on exports.
Sec. 11117. Cap on excise tax on certain fishing equipment.
PART 3—AERIAL EXCISE TAXES
Sec. 11121. Clarification of excise tax exemptions for agricultural aerial applicators
and exemption for Fixed-Wing aircraft engaged in forestry operations.
Sec. 11122. Modification of rural airport definition.
Sec. 11123. Exemption from taxes on transportation provided by seaplanes.
Sec. 11124. Certain sightseeing flights exempt from taxes on air transportation.
PART 4—TAXES RELATING TO ALCOHOL
Sec. 11125. Repeal of special occupational taxes on producers and marketers of alcoholic beverages.
Sec. 11126. Income tax credit for distilled spirits wholesalers and for distilled spirits in control State bailment warehouses for costs of carrying Federal excise taxes on bottled distilled spirits.
Sec. 11127. Quarterly excise tax filing for small alcohol excise taxpayers.
PART 5—SPORT
Sec. 11131. Custom gunsmiths.

EXCISE TAXES

Subtitle C—Miscellaneous Provisions
Sec. 11141. Motor Fuel Tax Enforcement Advisory Commission.
Sec. 11142. National Surface Transportation Infrastructure Financing Commission.
Sec. 11143. Tax-exempt financing of highway projects and rail-truck transfer facilities.
Sec. 11144. Treasury study of highway fuels used by trucks for non-transportation
purposes.
Sec. 11145. Diesel fuel tax evasion report.
Sec. 11146. Tax treatment of State ownership of railroad real estate investment
trust.
Sec. 11147. Limitation on transfers to the Leaking Underground Storage Tank
Trust Fund.
Subtitle D—Highway-Related Technical Corrections
Sec. 11151. Highway-related technical corrections.
Subtitle E—Preventing Fuel Fraud
Sec. 11161. Treatment of kerosene for use in aviation.
Sec. 11162. Repeal of ultimate vendor refund claims with respect to farming.

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Refunds of excise taxes on exempt sales of fuel by credit card.
Reregistration in event of change in ownership.
Reconciliation of on-loaded cargo to entered cargo.
Treatment of deep-draft vessels.
Penalty with respect to certain adulterated fuels.

SEC. 2. GENERAL DEFINITIONS.

23 USC 101 note.

In this Act, the following definitions apply:
(1) DEPARTMENT.—The term ‘‘Department’’ means the
Department of Transportation.
(2) SECRETARY.—The term ‘‘Secretary’’ means the Secretary
of Transportation.

TITLE I—FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAYS
Subtitle A—Authorization of Programs
SEC. 1101. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

(a) IN GENERAL.—The following sums are authorized to be
appropriated out of the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass
Transit Account):
(1) INTERSTATE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM.—For the Interstate maintenance program under section 119 of title 23, United
States Code—
(A) $4,883,759,623 for fiscal year 2005;
(B) $4,960,788,917 for fiscal year 2006;
(C) $5,039,058,556 for fiscal year 2007;
(D) $5,118,588,513 for fiscal year 2008; and
(E) $5,199,399,081 for fiscal year 2009.
(2) NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM.—For the National Highway
System under section 103 of such title—
(A) $5,911,200,104 for fiscal year 2005;
(B) $6,005,256,569 for fiscal year 2006;
(C) $6,110,827,556 for fiscal year 2007;
(D) $6,207,937,450 for fiscal year 2008; and
(E) $6,306,611,031 for fiscal year 2009.
(3) BRIDGE PROGRAM.—For the bridge program under section 144 of such title—
(A) $4,187,708,821 for fiscal year 2005;
(B) $4,253,530,131 for fiscal year 2006;
(C) $4,320,411,313 for fiscal year 2007;
(D) $4,388,369,431 for fiscal year 2008; and
(E) $4,457,421,829 for fiscal year 2009.
(4) SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM.—For the surface
transportation program under section 133 of such title—
(A) $6,860,096,662 for fiscal year 2005;
(B) $6,269,833,394 for fiscal year 2006;
(C) $6,370,469,775 for fiscal year 2007;
(D) $6,472,726,628 for fiscal year 2008; and
(E) $6,576,630,046 for fiscal year 2009.
(5) CONGESTION MITIGATION AND AIR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM.—For the congestion mitigation and air quality
improvement program under section 149 of such title—
(A) $1,667,255,304 for fiscal year 2005;
(B) $1,694,101,866 for fiscal year 2006;
(C) $1,721,380,718 for fiscal year 2007;
(D) $1,749,098,821 for fiscal year 2008; and

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(E) $1,777,263,247 for fiscal year 2009.
(6) HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.—For the
highway safety improvement program under section 148 of
such title—
(A) $1,235,810,000 for fiscal year 2006;
(B) $1,255,709,322 for fiscal year 2007;
(C) $1,275,929,067 for fiscal year 2008; and
(D) $1,296,474,396 for fiscal year 2009.
(7) APPALACHIAN DEVELOPMENT HIGHWAY SYSTEM PROGRAM.—For the Appalachian development highway system program under subtitle IV of title 40, United States Code,
$470,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009.
(8) RECREATIONAL TRAILS PROGRAM.—For the recreational
trails program under section 206 of title 23, United States
Code—
(A) $60,000,000 for fiscal year 2005;
(B) $70,000,000 for fiscal year 2006;
(C) $75,000,000 for fiscal year 2007;
(D) $80,000,000 for fiscal year 2008; and
(E) $85,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
(9) FEDERAL LANDS HIGHWAYS PROGRAM.—
(A) INDIAN RESERVATION ROADS.—For Indian reservation roads under section 204 of such title—
(i) $300,000,000 for fiscal year 2005;
(ii) $330,000,000 for fiscal year 2006;
(iii) $370,000,000 for fiscal year 2007;
(iv) $410,000,000 for fiscal year 2008; and
(v) $450,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
(B) PARK ROADS AND PARKWAYS.—
(i) IN GENERAL.—For park roads and parkways
under section 204 of such title—
(I) $180,000,000 for fiscal year 2005;
(II) $195,000,000 for fiscal year 2006;
(III) $210,000,000 for fiscal year 2007;
(IV) $225,000,000 for fiscal year 2008; and
(V) $240,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
(ii) MINIMUM ALLOCATION TO CERTAIN STATES.—
A State containing more than 50 percent of the total
acreage of the National Park System shall receive not
less than 3 percent of any funds appropriated under
this subparagraph.
(C) REFUGE ROADS.—For refuge roads under section
204 of such title, $29,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2005
through 2009.
(D) PUBLIC LANDS HIGHWAYS.—For Federal lands highways under section 204 of such title—
(i) $260,000,000 for fiscal year 2005;
(ii) $280,000,000 for fiscal year 2006;
(iii) $280,000,000 for fiscal year 2007;
(iv) $290,000,000 for fiscal year 2008; and
(v) $300,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
(10) NATIONAL CORRIDOR INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM.—For the national corridor infrastructure improvement program under section 1302 of this Act—
(A) $194,800,000 for fiscal year 2005;
(B) $389,600,000 for fiscal year 2006;
(C) $487,000,000 for fiscal year 2007;

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(D) $487,000,000 for fiscal year 2008; and
(E) $389,600,000 for fiscal year 2009.
(11) COORDINATED BORDER INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM.—
For the coordinated border infrastructure program under section 1303 of this Act—
(A) $123,000,000 for fiscal year 2005;
(B) $145,000,000 for fiscal year 2006;
(C) $165,000,000 for fiscal year 2007;
(D) $190,000,000 for fiscal year 2008; and
(E) $210,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
(12) NATIONAL SCENIC BYWAYS PROGRAM.—For the national
scenic byways program under section 162 of such title—
(A) $26,500,000 for fiscal year 2005;
(B) $30,000,000 for fiscal year 2006;
(C) $35,000,000 for fiscal year 2007;
(D) $40,000,000 for fiscal year 2008; and
(E) $43,500,000 for fiscal year 2009.
(13) CONSTRUCTION OF FERRY BOATS AND FERRY TERMINAL
FACILITIES.—For construction of ferry boats and ferry terminal
facilities under section 147 of such title—
(A) $38,000,000 for fiscal year 2005;
(B) $55,000,000 for fiscal year 2006;
(C) $60,000,000 for fiscal year 2007;
(D) $65,000,000 for fiscal year 2008; and
(E) $67,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
(14) PUERTO RICO HIGHWAY PROGRAM.—For the Puerto Rico
highway program under section 165 of such title—
(A) $115,000,000 for fiscal year 2005;
(B) $120,000,000 for fiscal year 2006;
(C) $135,000,000 for fiscal year 2007;
(D) $145,000,000 for fiscal year 2008; and
(E) $150,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
(15) PROJECTS OF NATIONAL AND REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE
PROGRAM.—For the projects of national and regional significance program under section 1301 of this Act—
(A) $177,900,000 for fiscal year 2005;
(B) $355,800,000 for fiscal year 2006;
(C) $444,750,000 for fiscal year 2007;
(D) $444,750,000 for fiscal year 2008; and
(E) $355,800,000 for fiscal year 2009.
(16) HIGH PRIORITY PROJECTS PROGRAM.—For the high priority projects program under section 117 of title 23, United
States Code, $2,966,400,000 for each of fiscal years 2005
through 2009.
(17) SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROGRAM.—For the safe
routes to school program under section 1404 of this Act—
(A) $54,000,000 for fiscal year 2005;
(B) $100,000,000 for fiscal year 2006;
(C) $125,000,000 for fiscal year 2007;
(D) $150,000,000 for fiscal year 2008; and
(E) $183,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
(18) DEPLOYMENT OF MAGNETIC LEVITATION TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS.—For the deployment of magnetic levitation
projects under section 1307 of this Act—
(A) $15,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2006 and 2007;
and
(B) $30,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2008 and 2009.

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23 USC 101 note.

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national corridor planning and development and coordinated
border infrastructure programs under sections 1118 and 1119
of the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (112
Stat. 161, 163) $140,000,000 for fiscal year 2005.
(20) HIGHWAYS FOR LIFE.—For the Highways for LIFE Program under section 1502 of this Act—
(A) $15,000,000 for fiscal year 2006; and
(B) $20,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2007 through
2009.
(21) HIGHWAY USE TAX EVASION PROJECTS.—For highway
use tax evasion projects under section 1115 of this Act—
(A) $5,000,000 for fiscal year 2005;
(B) $44,800,000 for fiscal year 2006;
(C) $53,300,000 for fiscal year 2007; and
(D) $12,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2008 and 2009.
(b) DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES.—
(1) DEFINITIONS.—In this subsection, the following definitions apply:
(A) SMALL BUSINESS CONCERN.—The term ‘‘small business concern’’ has the meaning that term has under section
3 of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 632), except that
the term shall not include any concern or group of concerns
controlled by the same socially and economically disadvantaged individual or individuals which has average annual
gross receipts over the preceding 3 fiscal years in excess
of $19,570,000, as adjusted annually by the Secretary for
inflation.
(B) SOCIALLY AND ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED
INDIVIDUALS.—The term ‘‘socially and economically disadvantaged individuals’’ has the meaning that term has
under section 8(d) of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C.
637(d)) and relevant subcontracting regulations issued
pursuant to that Act, except that women shall be presumed
to be socially and economically disadvantaged individuals
for purposes of this subsection.
(2) GENERAL RULE.—Except to the extent that the Secretary
determines otherwise, not less than 10 percent of the amounts
made available for any program under titles I, III, and V
of this Act and section 403 of title 23, United States Code,
shall be expended through small business concerns owned and
controlled by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals.
(3) ANNUAL LISTING OF DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES.—Each State shall annually—
(A) survey and compile a list of the small business
concerns referred to in paragraph (1) and the location of
the concerns in the State; and
(B) notify the Secretary, in writing, of the percentage
of the concerns that are controlled by women, by socially
and economically disadvantaged individuals (other than
women), and by individuals who are women and are otherwise socially and economically disadvantaged individuals.
(4) UNIFORM CERTIFICATION.—The Secretary shall establish
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certifying whether a concern qualifies for purposes of this subsection. The minimum uniform criteria shall include, but not
be limited to, on-site visits, personal interviews, licenses, analysis of stock ownership, listing of equipment, analysis of
bonding capacity, listing of work completed, resume of principal
owners, financial capacity, and type of work preferred.
(5) COMPLIANCE WITH COURT ORDERS.—Nothing in this subsection limits the eligibility of an entity or person to receive
funds made available under titles I, III, and V of this Act
and section 403 of title 23, United States Code, if the entity
or person is prevented, in whole or in part, from complying
with paragraph (1) because a Federal court issues a final order
in which the court finds that the requirement of paragraph
(1), or the program established under paragraph (1), is unconstitutional.
SEC. 1102. OBLIGATION CEILING.

23 USC 104 note.

(a) GENERAL LIMITATION.—Subject to subsections (g) and (h),
and notwithstanding any other provision of law, the obligations
for Federal-aid highway and highway safety construction programs
shall not exceed—
(1) $34,422,400,000 for fiscal year 2005;
(2) $36,032,343,903 for fiscal year 2006;
(3) $38,244,210,516 for fiscal year 2007;
(4) $39,585,075,404 for fiscal year 2008; and
(5) $41,199,970,178 for fiscal year 2009.
(b) EXCEPTIONS.—The limitations under subsection (a) shall
not apply to obligations under or for—
(1) section 125 of title 23, United States Code;
(2) section 147 of the Surface Transportation Assistance
Act of 1978 (23 U.S.C. 144 note; 92 Stat. 2714);
(3) section 9 of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1981 (Public
Law 97–134; 95 Stat. 1701);
(4) subsections (b) and (j) of section 131 of the Surface
Transportation Assistance Act of 1982 (Public Law 97–424;
96 Stat. 2119);
(5) subsections (b) and (c) of section 149 of the Surface
Transportation and Uniform Relocation Assistance Act of 1987
(Public Law 100–17; 101 Stat. 198);
(6) sections 1103 through 1108 of the Intermodal Surface
Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (Public Law 102–240;
105 Stat. 2027);
(7) section 157 of title 23, United States Code (as in effect
on June 8, 1998);
(8) section 105 of title 23, United States Code (as in effect
for fiscal years 1998 through 2004, but only in an amount
equal to $639,000,000 for each of those fiscal years);
(9) Federal-aid highway programs for which obligation
authority was made available under the Transportation Equity
Act for the 21st Century (Public Law 105–178; 112 Stat. 107)
or subsequent public laws for multiple years or to remain
available until used, but only to the extent that the obligation
authority has not lapsed or been used;
(10) section 105 of title 23, United States Code (but, for
each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009, only in an amount
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(11) section 1603 of this Act, to the extent that funds
obligated in accordance with that section were not subject to
a limitation on obligations at the time at which the funds
were initially made available for obligation.
(c) DISTRIBUTION OF OBLIGATION AUTHORITY.—For each of fiscal
years 2005 through 2009, the Secretary—
(1) shall not distribute obligation authority provided by
subsection (a) for the fiscal year for—
(A) amounts authorized for administrative expenses
and programs by section 104(a) of title 23, United States
Code;
(B) programs funded from the administrative takedown
authorized by section 104(a)(1) of title 23, United States
Code (as in effect on the date before the date of enactment
of this Act); and
(C) amounts authorized for the highway use tax evasion program and the Bureau of Transportation Statistics;
(2) shall not distribute an amount of obligation authority
provided by subsection (a) that is equal to the unobligated
balance of amounts made available from the Highway Trust
Fund (other than the Mass Transit Account) for Federal-aid
highway and highway safety programs for previous fiscal years
the funds for which are allocated by the Secretary;
(3) shall determine the ratio that—
(A) the obligation authority provided by subsection (a)
for the fiscal year, less the aggregate of amounts not distributed under paragraphs (1) and (2); bears to
(B) the total of the sums authorized to be appropriated
for the Federal-aid highway and highway safety construction programs (other than sums authorized to be appropriated for provisions of law described in paragraphs (1)
through (9) of subsection (b) and sums authorized to be
appropriated for section 105 of title 23, United States Code,
equal to the amount referred to in subsection (b)(10) for
the fiscal year), less the aggregate of the amounts not
distributed under paragraphs (1) and (2);
(4)(A) shall distribute the obligation authority provided
by subsection (a) less the aggregate amounts not distributed
under paragraphs (1) and (2), for sections 1301, 1302, and
1934 of this Act, sections 117 but individually for each of
project numbered 1 through 3676 listed in the table contained
in section 1702 of this Act and 144(g) of title 23, United States
Code, and section 14501 of title 40, United States Code, and,
during fiscal year 2005, amounts for programs, projects, and
activities authorized by section 117 of title I of division H
of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2005 (Public Law 108–
447; 118 Stat. 3212), so that the amount of obligation authority
available for each of such sections is equal to the amount
determined by multiplying—
(i) the ratio determined under paragraph (3); by
(ii) the sums authorized to be appropriated for that
section for the fiscal year; and
(B) shall distribute $2,000,000,000 for section 105 of title
23, United States Code;
(5) shall distribute among the States the obligation
authority provided by subsection (a), less the aggregate
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of the programs that are allocated by the Secretary under
this Act and title 23, United States Code (other than to programs to which paragraph (1) applies), by multiplying—
(A) the ratio determined under paragraph (3); by
(B) the amounts authorized to be appropriated for each
such program for the fiscal year; and
(6) shall distribute the obligation authority provided by
subsection (a), less the aggregate amounts not distributed under
paragraphs (1) and (2) and the amounts distributed under
paragraphs (4) and (5), for Federal-aid highway and highway
safety construction programs (other than the amounts apportioned for the equity bonus program, but only to the extent
that the amounts apportioned for the equity bonus program
for the fiscal year are greater than $2,639,000,000, and the
Appalachian development highway system program) that are
apportioned by the Secretary under this Act and title 23, United
States Code, in the ratio that—
(A) amounts authorized to be appropriated for the programs that are apportioned to each State for the fiscal
year; bear to
(B) the total of the amounts authorized to be appropriated for the programs that are apportioned to all States
for the fiscal year.
(d) REDISTRIBUTION OF UNUSED OBLIGATION AUTHORITY.—Notwithstanding subsection (c), the Secretary shall, after August 1
of each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009—
(1) revise a distribution of the obligation authority made
available under subsection (c) if an amount distributed cannot
be obligated during that fiscal year; and
(2) redistribute sufficient amounts to those States able
to obligate amounts in addition to those previously distributed
during that fiscal year, giving priority to those States having
large unobligated balances of funds apportioned under sections
104 and 144 of title 23, United States Code.
(e) APPLICABILITY OF OBLIGATION LIMITATIONS TO TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PROGRAMS.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—Except as provided in paragraph (2),
obligation limitations imposed by subsection (a) shall apply
to contract authority for transportation research programs carried out under—
(A) chapter 5 of title 23, United States Code; and
(B) title V (research title) of this Act.
(2) EXCEPTION.—Obligation authority made available under
paragraph (1) shall—
(A) remain available for a period of 3 fiscal years;
and
(B) be in addition to the amount of any limitation
imposed on obligations for Federal-aid highway and highway safety construction programs for future fiscal years.
(f) REDISTRIBUTION OF CERTAIN AUTHORIZED FUNDS.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—Not later than 30 days after the date
of distribution of obligation authority under subsection (c) for
each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009, the Secretary shall
distribute to the States any funds that—
(A) are authorized to be appropriated for the fiscal
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(B) the Secretary determines will not be allocated to
the States, and will not be available for obligation, in
the fiscal year due to the imposition of any obligation
limitation for the fiscal year.
(2) RATIO.—Funds shall be distributed under paragraph
(1) in the same ratio as the distribution of obligation authority
under subsection (c)(6).
(3) AVAILABILITY.—Funds distributed under paragraph (1)
shall be available for any purpose described in section 133(b)
of title 23, United States Code.
(g)
SPECIAL
LIMITATION
CHARACTERISTICS.—Obligation
authority distributed for a fiscal year under subsection (c)(4) for
the provision specified in subsection (c)(4) shall—
(1) remain available until used for obligation of funds for
that provision; and
(2) be in addition to the amount of any limitation imposed
on obligations for Federal-aid highway and highway safety
construction programs for future fiscal years.
(h) ADJUSTMENT IN OBLIGATION LIMIT.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—Subject to the last sentence of section
110(a)(2) of title 23, United States Code, a limitation on obligations imposed by subsection (a) for a fiscal year shall be
adjusted by an amount equal to the amount determined in
accordance with section 251(b)(1)(B) of the Balanced Budget
and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (2 U.S.C.
901(b)(1)(B)) for the fiscal year.
(2) DISTRIBUTION.—An adjustment under paragraph (1)
shall be distributed in accordance with this section.
(i) SPECIAL RULE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2005.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—Obligation authority distributed under
subsection (c)(4) for fiscal year 2005 for sections 1301, 1302,
and 1934 of this Act and sections 117 and 144(g) of title
23, United States Code, may be used in fiscal year 2005 for
purposes of obligation authority distributed under subsection
(c)(6).
(2) RESTORATION.—Obligation authority used as described
in paragraph (1) shall be restored to the original purpose on
the date on which obligation authority is distributed under
this section for fiscal year 2006.
(j) HIGH PRIORITY PROJECT FLEXIBILITY.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—Subject to paragraph (2), obligation
authority distributed for a fiscal year under subsection (c)(4)
for each project numbered 1 through 3676 listed in the table
contained in section 1702 of this Act may be obligated for
any other project in such section in the same State.
(2) RESTORATION.—Obligation authority used as described
in paragraph (1) shall be restored to the original purpose on
the date on which obligation authority is distributed under
this section for the next fiscal year following obligation under
paragraph (1).
(k) LIMITATION ON STATUTORY CONSTRUCTION.—Nothing in this
section shall be construed to limit the distribution of obligation
authority under subsection (c)(4)(A) for each of the individual
projects numbered greater than 3676 listed in the table contained
in section 1702 of this Act.

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SEC. 1103. APPORTIONMENTS.

(a) ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—Section 104(a) of title 23, United States
Code, is amended to read as follows:
‘‘(a) ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—There are authorized to be appropriated
from the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit
Account) to be made available to the Secretary for administrative expenses of the Federal Highway Administration—
‘‘(A) $353,024,000 for fiscal year 2005;
‘‘(B) $370,613,540 for fiscal year 2006;
‘‘(C) $389,079,500 for fiscal year 2007;
‘‘(D) $408,465,500 for fiscal year 2008; and
‘‘(E) $423,717,460 for fiscal year 2009.
‘‘(2) PURPOSES.—The funds authorized by this subsection
shall be used—
‘‘(A) to administer the provisions of law to be financed
from appropriations for the Federal-aid highway program
and programs authorized under chapter 2; and
‘‘(B) to make transfers of such sums as the Secretary
determines to be appropriate to the Appalachian Regional
Commission for administrative activities associated with
the Appalachian development highway system.
‘‘(3) AVAILABILITY.—The funds made available under paragraph (1) shall remain available until expended.’’.
(2) CONFORMING AMENDMENTS.—Section 104 of such title
is amended—
(A) in the matter preceding paragraph (1) of subsection
(b), by striking ‘‘the deduction authorized by subsection
(a) and the set-aside authorized by subsection (f)’’ and
inserting ‘‘the set-asides authorized by subsections (d) and
(f) and section 130(e)’’;
(B) in the first sentence of subsection (e)(1), by striking
‘‘, and also’’ and all that follows through ‘‘this section’’;
and
(C) in subsection (i), by striking ‘‘deducted’’ and
inserting ‘‘made available’’.
(b) ALASKA HIGHWAY.—Section 104(b)(1)(A) of such title is
amended by striking ‘‘$18,800,000 for each of fiscal years 1998
through 2002’’ and inserting ‘‘$30,000,000 for each of fiscal years
2005 through 2009’’.
(c) NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM COMPONENT.—Section
104(b)(1)(A) of such title is amended by striking ‘‘$36,400,000 for
each fiscal year’’ and inserting ‘‘$40,000,000 for each of fiscal years
2005 and 2006 and $50,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2007 through
2009’’.
(d) CMAQ APPORTIONMENT.—Section 104(b)(2) of such title is
amended—
(1) in subparagraph (B)—
(A) by striking clause (i) and inserting the following:
‘‘(i) 1.0 if, at the time of apportionment, the area
is a maintenance area;’’;
(B) by striking ‘‘or’’ at the end of clause (vi);
(C) by striking the period at the end of clause (vii)
and inserting ‘‘; or’’; and
(D) by adding at the end the following:

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‘‘(viii) 1.0 if, at the time of apportionment, an
area is designated as nonattainment for ozone under
subpart 1 of part D of title I of such Act (42 U.S.C.
7512 et seq.).’’; and
(2) by striking subparagraph (C) and inserting the following:
‘‘(C) ADDITIONAL ADJUSTMENT FOR CARBON MONOXIDE
AREAS.—If, in addition to being designated as a nonattainment or maintenance area for ozone as described in section
149(b), any county within the area was also classified under
subpart 3 of part D of title I of the Clean Air Act (42
U.S.C. 7512 et seq.) as a nonattainment or maintenance
area described in section 149(b) for carbon monoxide, the
weighted nonattainment or maintenance area population
of the county, as determined under clauses (i) through
(vi) or clause (viii) of subparagraph (B), shall be further
multiplied by a factor of 1.2.’’.
(e) REPORT.—Section 104(j) of such title is amended by striking
‘‘submit to Congress a report’’ and inserting ‘‘submit to Congress
a report, and also make such report available to the public in
a user-friendly format via the Internet,’’.
(f) OPERATION LIFESAVER.—Section 104(d) of such title is
amended—
(1) by striking paragraph (1) and all that follows through
the period at the end of paragraph (2)(A) and inserting the
following:
‘‘(1) OPERATION LIFESAVER.—To carry out a public information and education program to help prevent and reduce motor
vehicle accidents, injuries, and fatalities and to improve driver
performance at railway-highway crossings—
‘‘(A) before making an apportionment under subsection
(b)(3) for fiscal year 2005, the Secretary shall set aside
$560,000 for such fiscal year; and
‘‘(B) there is authorized to be appropriated from the
Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit Account)
$560,000 for each of fiscal years 2006 through 2009.
‘‘(2) RAILWAY-HIGHWAY CROSSING HAZARD ELIMINATION IN
HIGH SPEED RAIL CORRIDORS.—
‘‘(A) FUNDING.—To carry out the elimination of hazards
at railway-highway crossings—
‘‘(i) before making an apportionment under subsection (b)(3) for fiscal year 2005, the Secretary shall
set aside $5,250,000 for such fiscal year; and
‘‘(ii) there is authorized to be appropriated from
the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit
Account) $7,250,000 for fiscal year 2006, $10,000,000
for fiscal year 2007, $12,500,000 for fiscal year 2008,
and $15,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.’’; and
(2) in paragraph (2)(E)—
(A) by striking ‘‘Not less than $250,000 of such setaside’’ and inserting ‘‘Of such set-aside, not less than
$250,000 for fiscal year 2005, $1,000,000 for fiscal year
2006, $1,750,000 for fiscal year 2007, $2,250,000 for fiscal
year 2008, and $3,000,000 for fiscal year 2009’’; and
(B) by striking ‘‘per fiscal year’’.

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SEC. 1104. EQUITY BONUS PROGRAM.

(a) IN GENERAL.—Section 105 of title 23, United States Code,
is amended to read as follows:
‘‘§ 105. Equity bonus program
‘‘(a) PROGRAM.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Subject to subsections (c) and (d), for
each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009, the Secretary shall
allocate among the States amounts sufficient to ensure that
no State receives a percentage of the total apportionments
for the fiscal year for the programs specified in paragraph
(2) that is less than the percentage calculated under subsection
(b).
‘‘(2) SPECIFIC PROGRAMS.—The programs referred to in subsection (a) are—
‘‘(A) the Interstate maintenance program under section
119;
‘‘(B) the national highway system program under section 103;
‘‘(C) the highway bridge replacement and rehabilitation
program under section 144;
‘‘(D) the surface transportation program under section
133;
‘‘(E) the highway safety improvement program under
section 148;
‘‘(F) the congestion mitigation and air quality improvement program under section 149;
‘‘(G) metropolitan planning programs under section
104(f);
‘‘(H) the high priority projects program under section
117;
‘‘(I) the equity bonus program under this section;
‘‘(J) the Appalachian development highway system program under subtitle IV of title 40;
‘‘(K) the recreational trails program under section 206;
‘‘(L) the safe routes to school program under section
1404 of the SAFETEA–LU;
‘‘(M) the rail-highway grade crossing program under
section 130; and
‘‘(N) the coordinated border infrastructure program
under section 1303 of the SAFETEA–LU.
‘‘(b) STATE PERCENTAGE.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—The percentage referred to in subsection
(a) for each State shall be—
‘‘(A) for each of fiscal years 2005 and 2006, 90.5 percent, for fiscal year 2007, 91.5 percent, and for each of
fiscal years 2008 and 2009, 92 percent, of the quotient
obtained by dividing—
‘‘(i) the estimated tax payments attributable to
highway users in the State paid into the Highway
Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit Account)
in the most recent fiscal year for which data are available; by
‘‘(ii) the estimated tax payments attributable to
highway users in all States paid into the Highway
Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit Account)
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‘‘(B) for a State with a total population density of
less than 40 persons per square mile (as reported in the
decennial census conducted by the Federal Government
in 2000) and of which at least 1.25 percent of the total
acreage is under Federal jurisdiction, based on the report
of the General Services Administration entitled ‘Federal
Real Property Profile’ and dated September 30, 2004, a
State with a total population of less than 1,000,000 (as
reported in that decennial census), a State with a median
household income of less than $35,000 (as reported in that
decennial census), a State with a fatality rate during 2002
on Interstate highways that is greater than one fatality
for each 100,000,000 vehicle miles traveled on Interstate
highways, or a State with an indexed, State motor fuels
excise tax rate higher than 150 percent of the Federal
motor fuels excise tax rate as of the date of enactment
of the SAFETEA–LU, the greater of—
‘‘(i) the applicable percentage under subparagraph
(A); or
‘‘(ii) the average percentage of the State’s share
of total apportionments for the period of fiscal years
1998 through 2003 for the programs specified in paragraph (2).
‘‘(2) SPECIFIC PROGRAMS.—The programs referred to in
paragraph (1)(B)(ii) are (as in effect on the day before the
date of enactment of the SAFETEA–LU)—
‘‘(A) the Interstate maintenance program under section
119;
‘‘(B) the national highway system program under section 103;
‘‘(C) the highway bridge replacement and rehabilitation
program under section 144;
‘‘(D) the surface transportation program under section
133;
‘‘(E) the recreational trails program under section 206;
‘‘(F) the high priority projects program under section
117;
‘‘(G) the minimum guarantee provided under this section;
‘‘(H) revenue aligned budget authority amounts provided under section 110;
‘‘(I) the congestion mitigation and air quality improvement program under section 149;
‘‘(J) the Appalachian development highway system program under subtitle IV of title 40; and
‘‘(K) metropolitan planning programs under section
104(f).
‘‘(c) SPECIAL RULES.—
‘‘(1) MINIMUM COMBINED ALLOCATION.—For each fiscal year,
before making the allocations under subsection (a)(1), the Secretary shall allocate among the States amounts sufficient to
ensure that no State receives a combined total of amounts
allocated under subsection (a)(1), apportionments for the programs specified in subsection (a)(2), and amounts allocated
under this subsection, that is less than the following percentages of the average for fiscal years 1998 through 2003 of

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the annual apportionments for the State for all programs specified in subsection (b)(2):
‘‘(A) For fiscal year 2005, 117 percent.
‘‘(B) For fiscal year 2006, 118 percent.
‘‘(C) For fiscal year 2007, 119 percent.
‘‘(D) For fiscal year 2008, 120 percent.
‘‘(E) For fiscal year 2009, 121 percent.
‘‘(2) NO NEGATIVE ADJUSTMENT.—No negative adjustment
shall be made under subsection (a)(1) to the apportionment
of any State.
‘‘(d) TREATMENT OF FUNDS.—
‘‘(1) PROGRAMMATIC DISTRIBUTION.—The Secretary shall
apportion the amounts made available under this section that
exceed $2,639,000,000 so that the amount apportioned to each
State under this paragraph for each program referred to in
subparagraphs (A) through (F) of subsection (a)(2) is equal
to the amount determined by multiplying the amount to be
apportioned under this paragraph by the ratio that—
‘‘(A) the amount of funds apportioned to each State
for each program referred to in subparagraphs (A) through
(F) of subsection (a)(2) for a fiscal year; bears to
‘‘(B) the total amount of funds apportioned to such
State for all such programs for such fiscal year.
‘‘(2) REMAINING DISTRIBUTION.—The Secretary shall administer the remainder of funds made available under this section
to the States in accordance with section 104(b)(3), except that
paragraphs (1) through (3) of section 133(d) shall not apply
to amounts administered pursuant to this paragraph.
‘‘(e) METRO PLANNING SET ASIDE.—Notwithstanding section
104(f), no set aside provided for under that section shall apply
to funds allocated under this section.
‘‘(f) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—There are authorized
to be appropriated from the Highway Trust Fund (other than the
Mass Transit Account) such sums as are necessary to carry out
this section for each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009.’’.
(b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT.—The analysis for subchapter I of
chapter 1 of such title is amended by striking the item relating
to section 105 and inserting the following:
‘‘105. Equity bonus program.’’.
SEC. 1105. REVENUE ALIGNED BUDGET AUTHORITY.

(a) ALLOCATION.—Section 110(a)(1) of title 23, United States
Code, is amended—
(1) by striking ‘‘2000’’ and inserting ‘‘2007’’;
(2) by inserting after ‘‘such fiscal year’’ the first place
it appears: ‘‘and the succeeding fiscal year’’.
(b) REDUCTION.—Section 110(a)(2) of such title is amended—
(1) by striking ‘‘2000’’ and inserting ‘‘2007’’;
(2) by striking ‘‘October 1 of the succeeding’’ and inserting
‘‘October 15 of such’’;
(3) by inserting after ‘‘Account)’’ the following: ‘‘for such
fiscal year and the succeeding fiscal year’’; and
(4) by adding at the end the following: ‘‘No reduction under
this paragraph and no reduction under section 1102(h), and
no reduction under title VIII or any amendment made by
title VIII, of the SAFETEA–LU shall be made for a fiscal
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the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit Account)
exceeds $6,000,000,000.’’.
(c) GENERAL DISTRIBUTION.—Section 110(b)(1)(A) of such title
is amended—
(1) by striking ‘‘minimum guarantee’’ and inserting ‘‘equity
bonus’’; and
(2) by striking ‘‘Transportation Equity Act for the 21st
Century’’ and inserting ‘‘SAFETEA–LU’’.
(d) ADDITION OF HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.—
Section 110(c) of such title is amended by inserting ‘‘the highway
safety improvement program,’’ after ‘‘the surface transportation program,’’.
(e) TECHNICAL AMENDMENT.—Section 110(b)(1)(A) of such title
is amended by striking ‘‘for’’ the second place it appears.
(f) SPECIAL RULE.—If the amount available pursuant to section
110 of title 23, United States Code, for fiscal year 2007 is greater
than zero, the Secretary shall—
(1) determine the total amount necessary to increase each
State’s rate of return (as determined under section 105(b)(1)(A)
of title 23, United States Code) to 92 percent, excluding
amounts provided under this paragraph;
(2) allocate to each State the lesser of—
(A) the amount computed for that State under paragraph (1); or
(B) an amount determined by multiplying the total
amount calculated under section 110 of title 23, United
States Code, for fiscal year 2007 by the ratio that—
(i) the amount determined for such State under
paragraph (1); bears to
(ii) the total amount computed for all States in
paragraph (1); and
(3) allocate amounts remaining in excess of the amounts
allocated in paragraph (2) to all States in accordance with
section 110 of title 23, United States Code.
SEC. 1106. FUTURE INTERSTATE SYSTEM ROUTES.

(a) EXTENSION OF DATE.—Section 103(c)(4)(B)(ii) of title 23,
United States Code, is amended by striking ‘‘12’’ and inserting
‘‘25’’.
(b) REMOVAL OF DESIGNATION.—Section 103(c)(4)(B)(iii) of such
title is amended—
(1) in subclause (I) by striking ‘‘in the agreement between
the Secretary and the State or States’’; and
(2) by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(III) EXISTING AGREEMENTS.—An agreement
described in clause (ii) that is entered into before
the date of enactment of this subclause shall be
deemed to include the 25-year time limitation
described in that clause, regardless of any earlier
construction completion date in the agreement.’’.
SEC. 1107. METROPOLITAN PLANNING.

Section 104(f) of title 23, United States Code, is amended—
(1) by striking paragraph (1) and inserting the following:
‘‘(1) SET-ASIDE.—On October 1 of each fiscal year, the Secretary shall set aside 1.25 percent of the funds authorized
to be appropriated for the Interstate maintenance, national
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and air quality improvement, and highway bridge replacement
and rehabilitation programs authorized under this title to carry
out the requirements of section 134.’’;
(2) in paragraph (2) by striking ‘‘per centum’’ and inserting
‘‘percent’’;
(3) in paragraph (3)—
(A) by striking ‘‘The funds’’ and inserting the following:
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—The funds’’; and
(B) by striking ‘‘These funds’’ and all that follows and
inserting the following:
‘‘(B) UNUSED FUNDS.—Any funds that are not used
to carry out section 134 may be made available by a metropolitan planning organization to the State to fund activities
under section 135.’’; and
(4) in paragraph (4)—
(A) by striking ‘‘The distribution’’ and inserting the
following:
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—The distribution’’; and
(B) by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(B) REIMBURSEMENT.—Not later than 30 days after
the date of receipt by a State of a request for reimbursement of expenditures made by a metropolitan planning
organization for carrying out section 134, the State shall
reimburse, from funds distributed under this paragraph
to the metropolitan planning organization by the State,
the metropolitan planning organization for those expenditures.’’.

Deadline.

SEC. 1108. TRANSFER OF HIGHWAY AND TRANSIT FUNDS.

Section 104(k) of title 23, United States Code, is amended
to read as follows:
‘‘(k) TRANSFER OF HIGHWAY AND TRANSIT FUNDS.—
‘‘(1) TRANSFER OF HIGHWAY FUNDS FOR TRANSIT PROJECTS.—
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—Subject to subparagraph (B), funds
made available for transit projects or transportation planning under this title may be transferred to and administered by the Secretary in accordance with chapter 53 of
title 49.
‘‘(B) NON-FEDERAL SHARE.—The provisions of this title
relating to the non-Federal share shall apply to the funds
transferred under subparagraph (A).
‘‘(2) TRANSFER OF TRANSIT FUNDS FOR HIGHWAY PROJECTS.—
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—Subject to subparagraph (B), funds
made available for highway projects or transportation planning under chapter 53 of title 49 may be transferred to
and administered by the Secretary in accordance with this
title.
‘‘(B) NON-FEDERAL SHARE.—The provisions of chapter
53 of title 49 relating to the non-Federal share shall apply
to funds transferred under subparagraph (A).
‘‘(3) TRANSFER OF FUNDS AMONG STATES OR TO FEDERAL
HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION.—
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—Subject to subparagraphs (B) and
(C), the Secretary may, at the request of a State, transfer
funds apportioned or allocated under this title to the State
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are eligible for assistance with funds so apportioned or
allocated.
‘‘(B) APPORTIONMENT.—The transfer shall have no
effect on any apportionment of funds to a State under
this section or section 105 or 144.
‘‘(C) SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM.—Funds that
are apportioned or allocated to a State under subsection
(b)(3) and attributed to an urbanized area of a State with
a population of over 200,000 individuals under section
133(d)(3) may be transferred under this paragraph only
if the metropolitan planning organization designated for
the area concurs, in writing, with the transfer request.
‘‘(4) TRANSFER OF OBLIGATION AUTHORITY.—Obligation
authority for funds transferred under this subsection shall be
transferred in the same manner and amount as the funds
for the projects that are transferred under this subsection.’’.

SEC. 1109. RECREATIONAL TRAILS.

(a) RECREATIONAL TRAILS PROGRAM FORMULA.—Section 104(h)
of title 23, United States Code, is amended—
(1) in paragraph (1) by striking the first sentence and
inserting the following: ‘‘Before apportioning sums authorized
to be appropriated to carry out the recreational trails program
under section 206, the Secretary shall deduct for administrative, research, technical assistance, and training expenses for
such program $840,000 for each of fiscal years 2005 through
2009.’’; and
(2) in paragraph (2) by striking ‘‘After’’ and all that follows
through ‘‘remainder of the sums’’ and inserting ‘‘The Secretary
shall apportion the sums’’.
(b) PERMISSIBLE USES.—Section 206(d)(2) of such title is
amended to read as follows:
‘‘(2) PERMISSIBLE USES.—Permissible uses of funds apportioned to a State for a fiscal year to carry out this section
include—
‘‘(A) maintenance and restoration of existing recreational trails;
‘‘(B) development and rehabilitation of trailside and
trailhead facilities and trail linkages for recreational trails;
‘‘(C) purchase and lease of recreational trail construction and maintenance equipment;
‘‘(D) construction of new recreational trails, except that,
in the case of new recreational trails crossing Federal lands,
construction of the trails shall be—
‘‘(i) permissible under other law;
‘‘(ii) necessary and recommended by a statewide
comprehensive outdoor recreation plan that is required
by the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of
1965 (16 U.S.C. 460l–4 et seq.) and that is in effect;
‘‘(iii) approved by the administering agency of the
State designated under subsection (c)(1); and
‘‘(iv) approved by each Federal agency having jurisdiction over the affected lands under such terms and
conditions as the head of the Federal agency determines to be appropriate, except that the approval shall
be contingent on compliance by the Federal agency
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Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et
seq.), the Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources
Planning Act of 1974 (16 U.S.C. 1600 et seq.), and
the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976
(43 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.);
‘‘(E) acquisition of easements and fee simple title to
property for recreational trails or recreational trail corridors;
‘‘(F) assessment of trail conditions for accessibility and
maintenance;
‘‘(G) development and dissemination of publications
and operation of educational programs to promote safety
and environmental protection, (as those objectives relate
to one or more of the use of recreational trails, supporting
non-law enforcement trail safety and trail use monitoring
patrol programs, and providing trail-related training), but
in an amount not to exceed 5 percent of the apportionment
made to the State for the fiscal year; and
‘‘(H) payment of costs to the State incurred in administering the program, but in an amount not to exceed
7 percent of the apportionment made to the State for the
fiscal year.’’.
(c) USE OF APPORTIONMENTS.—Section 206(d)(3) of such title
is amended—
(1) by striking subparagraph (C);
(2) by redesignating subparagraph (D) as subparagraph
(C); and
(3) in subparagraph (C) (as so redesignated) by striking
‘‘(2)(F)’’ and inserting ‘‘(2)(H)’’.
(d) FEDERAL SHARE.—Section 206(f) of such title is amended—
(1) in paragraph (1)—
(A) by inserting ‘‘and the Federal share of the administrative costs of a State’’ after ‘‘project’’; and
(B) by striking ‘‘not exceed 80 percent’’ and inserting
‘‘be determined in accordance with section 120(b)’’;
(2) in paragraph (2)(A) by striking ‘‘80 percent of’’ and
inserting ‘‘the amount determined in accordance with section
120(b) for’’;
(3) in paragraph (2)(B) by inserting ‘‘sponsoring the project’’
after ‘‘Federal agency’’;
(4) by striking paragraph (5);
(5) by redesignating paragraph (4) as paragraph (5);
(6) in paragraph (5) (as so redesignated) by striking ‘‘80
percent’’ and inserting ‘‘the Federal share as determined in
accordance with section 120(b)’’; and
(7) by inserting after paragraph (3) the following:
‘‘(4) USE OF RECREATIONAL TRAILS PROGRAM FUNDS TO
MATCH OTHER FEDERAL PROGRAM FUNDS.—Notwithstanding any
other provision of law, funds made available under this section
may be used toward the non-Federal matching share for other
Federal program funds that are—
‘‘(A) expended in accordance with the requirements
of the Federal program relating to activities funded and
populations served; and
‘‘(B) expended on a project that is eligible for assistance
under this section.’’.

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(e) PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT COSTS
INCURRED PRIOR TO PROJECT APPROVAL.—Section 206(h)(1) of such
title is amended by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(C) PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT COSTS
INCURRED PRIOR TO PROJECT APPROVAL.—The Secretary
may allow preapproval planning and environmental compliance costs to be credited toward the non-Federal share
of the cost of a project described in subsection (d)(2) (other
than subparagraph (H)) in accordance with subsection (f),
limited to costs incurred less than 18 months prior to
project approval.’’.
(f) ENCOURAGEMENT OF USE OF YOUTH CONSERVATION OR
SERVICE CORPS.—The Secretary shall encourage the States to enter
into contracts and cooperative agreements with qualified youth
conservation or service corps to perform construction and maintenance of recreational trails under section 206 of title 23, United
States Code.
SEC. 1110. TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES.

(a) STANDARDS.—Section 109(e) of title 23, United States Code,
is amended—
(1) by striking ‘‘(e) No funds’’ and inserting the following:
‘‘(e) INSTALLATION OF SAFETY DEVICES.—
‘‘(1) HIGHWAY AND RAILROAD GRADE CROSSINGS AND DRAWBRIDGES.—No funds’’; and
(2) by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(2) TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES.—No funds shall
be approved for expenditure on any Federal-aid highway, or
highway affected under chapter 2, unless proper temporary
traffic control devices to improve safety in work zones will
be installed and maintained during construction, utility, and
maintenance operations on that portion of the highway with
respect to which such expenditures are to be made. Installation
and maintenance of the devices shall be in accordance with
the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.’’.
(b) LETTING OF CONTRACTS.—Section 112 of such title is
amended—
(1) by striking subsection (f);
(2) by redesignating subsection (g) as subsection (f); and
(3) by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(g) TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES.—
‘‘(1) ISSUANCE OF REGULATIONS.—The Secretary, after consultation with appropriate Federal and State officials, shall
issue regulations establishing the conditions for the appropriate
use of, and expenditure of funds for, uniformed law enforcement
officers, positive protective measures between workers and
motorized traffic, and installation and maintenance of temporary traffic control devices during construction, utility, and
maintenance operations.
‘‘(2) EFFECTS OF REGULATIONS.—Based on regulations
issued under paragraph (1), a State shall—
‘‘(A) develop separate pay items for the use of uniformed law enforcement officers, positive protective measures between workers and motorized traffic, and installation and maintenance of temporary traffic control devices
during construction, utility, and maintenance operations;
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‘‘(B) incorporate such pay items into contract provisions
to be included in each contract entered into by the State
with respect to a highway project to ensure compliance
with section 109(e)(2).
‘‘(3) LIMITATION.—Nothing in the regulations shall prohibit
a State from implementing standards that are more stringent
than those required under the regulations.
‘‘(4) POSITIVE PROTECTIVE MEASURES DEFINED.—In this subsection, the term ‘positive protective measures’ means temporary traffic barriers, crash cushions, and other strategies
to avoid traffic accidents in work zones, including full road
closures.’’.
(c) CLARIFICATION OF DATE.—Section 109(g) of such title is
amended in the first sentence by striking ‘‘The Secretary’’ and
all that follows through ‘‘of 1970’’ and inserting ‘‘Not later than
January 30, 1971, the Secretary shall issue’’.
SEC. 1111. SET-ASIDES FOR INTERSTATE DISCRETIONARY PROJECTS.

(a) IN GENERAL.—Section 118(c)(1) of title 23, United States
Code, is amended by striking ‘‘$50,000,000’’ and all that follows
through ‘‘2003’’ and inserting ‘‘$100,000,000 for each of fiscal years
2005 through 2009’’.
(b) TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS.—
(1) SECTION 116.—Section 116(b) of such title is amended
by striking ‘‘highway department’’ and inserting ‘‘transportation
department’’.
(2) SECTION 120.—Section 120(e) of such title is amended
in the first sentence by striking ‘‘such system’’ and inserting
‘‘such highway’’.
(3) SECTION 127.—Section 127(a) of such title is amended
by striking ‘‘118(b)(1)’’ and inserting ‘‘118(b)(2)’’.
(4) BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN SAFETY GRANTS.—Section
1212(i) of the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century
(112 Stat. 196–197) is amended by redesignating subparagraphs
(D) and (E) as paragraphs (2) and (3), respectively, and moving
such paragraphs 2 ems to the left.

23 USC 402 note.

SEC. 1112. EMERGENCY RELIEF.

There are authorized to be appropriated for each fiscal year
such sums as may be necessary for allocations by the Secretary
described in subsections (a) and (b) of section 125 of title 23,
United States Code, if the total of those allocations in such fiscal
year are in excess of $100,000,000.
SEC. 1113. SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM.

(a) PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY.—Section 133(b) of title 23, United
States Code, is amended—
(1) in paragraph (6) by inserting ‘‘, including advanced
truck stop electrification systems’’ before the period at the
end; and
(2) by inserting after paragraph (11) the following:
‘‘(12) Projects relating to intersections that—
‘‘(A) have disproportionately high accident rates;
‘‘(B) have high levels of congestion, as evidenced by—
‘‘(i) interrupted traffic flow at the intersection; and

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‘‘(ii) a level of service rating that is not better
than ‘F’ during peak travel hours, calculated in accordance with the Highway Capacity Manual issued by
the Transportation Research Board; and
‘‘(C) are located on a Federal-aid highway.’’.
(b) REPEAL OF SAFETY PROGRAMS SET-ASIDE.—
(1) REPEAL.—Section 133(d)(1) of such title is repealed.
(2) TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS.—Section 133(d) of such title
is amended—
(A) in the first sentence of paragraph (3)(A)—
(i) by striking ‘‘subparagraphs (C) and (D)’’ and
inserting ‘‘subparagraph (C)’’; and
(ii) by striking ‘‘80 percent’’ and inserting ‘‘90 percent’’;
(B) in paragraph (3)(B) by striking ‘‘tobe’’ and inserting
‘‘to be’’; and
(C) in paragraph (3)—
(i) by striking subparagraph (C);
(ii) by redesignating subparagraphs (D) and (E)
as subparagraphs (C) and (D), respectively; and
(iii) in subparagraph (C) (as redesignated by clause
(ii)) by adding a period at the end.
(3) EFFECTIVE DATE.—Paragraph (1) and paragraph
(2)(A)(ii) of this subsection shall take effect October 1, 2005.
(c) TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES.—Effective
October 1, 2005, section 133(d)(2) of such title is amended by
striking ‘‘10 percent’’ and all that follows through ‘‘section 104(b)(3)
for a fiscal year’’ and inserting the following: ‘‘In a fiscal year,
the greater of 10 percent of the funds apportioned to a State
under section 104(b)(3) for such fiscal year, or the amount set
aside under this paragraph with respect to the State for fiscal
year 2005,’’.
(d) OBLIGATION AUTHORITY.—Section 133(f)(1) of such title is
amended—
(1) by striking ‘‘1998 through 2000’’ and inserting ‘‘2004
through 2006’’; and
(2) by striking ‘‘2001 through 2003’’ and inserting ‘‘2007
through 2009’’.
(e) TECHNICAL CORRECTION.—Effective June 9, 1998, section
1108(e) of the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century
(112 Stat. 140) is amended by striking ‘‘Section 133’’ and inserting
‘‘Section 133(f)’’.
SEC. 1114. HIGHWAY BRIDGE PROGRAM.

(a) FINDING AND DECLARATION.—Section 144(a) of title 23,
United States Code, is amended to read as follows:
‘‘(a) FINDING AND DECLARATION.—Congress finds and declares
that it is in the vital interest of the United States that a highway
bridge program be carried out to enable States to improve the
condition of their highway bridges over waterways, other topographical barriers, other highways, and railroads through replacement and rehabilitation of bridges that the States and the Secretary
determine are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete and
through systematic preventive maintenance of bridges.’’.
(b) PARTICIPATION.—Section 144(d) of such title is amended
to read as follows:
‘‘(d) PARTICIPATION.—

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‘‘(1) BRIDGE REPLACEMENT AND REHABILITATION.—On
application by a State or States to the Secretary for assistance
for a highway bridge that has been determined to be eligible
for replacement or rehabilitation under subsection (b) or (c),
the Secretary may approve Federal participation in—
‘‘(A) replacing the bridge with a comparable facility;
or
‘‘(B) rehabilitating the bridge.
‘‘(2) TYPES OF ASSISTANCE.—On application by a State or
States to the Secretary, the Secretary may approve Federal
assistance for any of the following activities for a highway
bridge that has been determined to be eligible for replacement
or rehabilitation under subsection (b) or (c):
‘‘(A) Painting.
‘‘(B) Seismic retrofit.
‘‘(C) Systematic preventive maintenance.
‘‘(D) Installation of scour countermeasures.
‘‘(E) Application of calcium magnesium acetate, sodium
acetate/formate, or other environmentally acceptable, minimally corrosive anti-icing and de-icing compositions.
‘‘(3) BASIS FOR DETERMINATION.—The Secretary shall determine the eligibility of highway bridges for replacement or
rehabilitation for each State based on structurally deficient
and functionally obsolete highway bridges in the State.
‘‘(4) SPECIAL RULE FOR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE.—Notwithstanding any other provision of this subsection, a State
may carry out a project under paragraph (2)(B), (2)(C), or
(2)(D) for a highway bridge without regard to whether the
bridge is eligible for replacement or rehabilitation under this
section.’’.
(c) APPORTIONMENT OF FUNDS.—Section 144(e) of such title
is amended—
(1) in the third sentence by striking ‘‘square footage’’ and
inserting ‘‘deck area’’;
(2) in the fourth sentence by striking ‘‘the total cost of
deficient bridges in a State and in all States shall be reduced
by the total cost of any highway bridges constructed under
subsection (m) in such State, relating to replacement of
destroyed bridges and ferryboat services, and,’’; and
(3) in the seventh sentence by striking ‘‘for the same period
as funds apportioned for projects on the Federal-aid primary
system under this title’’ and inserting ‘‘for the period specified
in section 118(b)(2)’’.
(d) OFF-SYSTEM BRIDGES.—Section 144(g)(3) of such title is
amended to read as follows:
‘‘(3) OFF-SYSTEM BRIDGES.—
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—Not less than 15 percent of the
amount apportioned to each State in each of fiscal years
2005 through 2009 shall be expended for projects to replace,
rehabilitate, paint, perform systematic preventive maintenance or seismic retrofit of, or apply calcium magnesium
acetate, sodium acetate/formate, or other environmentally
acceptable, minimally corrosive anti-icing and de-icing compositions to, or install scour countermeasures to, highway
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Federal-aid highway, or to complete the Warwick Intermodal Station (including the construction of a people mover
between the Station and the T.F. Green Airport).
‘‘(B) REDUCTION OF EXPENDITURES.—The Secretary,
after consultation with State and local officials, may reduce
the requirement for expenditure for bridges not on a Federal-aid highway under subparagraph (A) with respect to
the State if the Secretary determines that the State has
inadequate needs to justify the expenditure.’’.
(e) BRIDGE SET-ASIDE.—
(1) FISCAL YEAR 2005.—Section 144(g)(1)(C) of such title
is amended—
(A) in the subsection heading by striking ‘‘2003’’ and
inserting ‘‘2005’’; and
(B) in the first sentence by striking ‘‘2003’’ and
inserting ‘‘2005’’.
(2) FISCAL YEARS 2006 THROUGH 2009.—Effective October
1, 2005, section 144(g) of such title (as amended by subsection
(d) of this section) is amended—
(A) by striking the subsection designation and all that
follows through the period at the end of paragraph (2)
and inserting the following:
‘‘(g) BRIDGE SET-ASIDES.—
‘‘(1) DESIGNATED PROJECTS.—
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—Of the amounts authorized to be
appropriated to carry out the bridge program under this
section for each of the fiscal years 2006 through 2009,
all but $100,000,000 shall be apportioned as provided in
subsection (e). Such $100,000,000 shall be available as
follows:
‘‘(i) $12,500,000 per fiscal year for the Golden Gate
Bridge.
‘‘(ii) $18,750,000 per fiscal year for the construction
of a bridge joining the Island of Gravina to the community of Ketchikan in Alaska.
‘‘(iii) $12,500,000 per fiscal year to the State of
Nevada for construction of a replacement of the federally owned bridge over the Hoover Dam in the Lake
Mead National Recreation Area.
‘‘(iv) $12,500,000 per fiscal year to the State of
Missouri for construction of a structure over the Mississippi River to connect the City of St. Louis, Missouri,
to the State of Illinois.
‘‘(v) $12,500,000 per fiscal year for replacement
and reconstruction of State maintained bridges in the
State of Oklahoma.
‘‘(vi) $4,500,000 per fiscal year for replacement
of the Missisquoi Bay Bridge, Vermont.
‘‘(vii) $8,000,000 per fiscal year for replacement
and reconstruction of State-maintained bridges in the
State of Vermont.
‘‘(viii) $8,750,000 per fiscal year for design, planning, and right-of-way acquisition for the Interstate
Route 74 bridge from Bettendorf, Iowa, to Moline,
Illinois.

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‘‘(ix) $10,000,000 per fiscal year for replacement
and reconstruction of State-maintained bridges in the
State of Oregon.
‘‘(B) GRAVINA ACCESS SCORING.—The project described
in subparagraph (A)(ii) shall not be counted for purposes
of the reduction set forth in the fourth sentence of subsection (e).
‘‘(C) PERIOD OF AVAILABILITY.—Amounts made available to a State under this paragraph shall remain available
until expended.’’;
(B) by striking paragraph (2); and
(C) by redesignating paragraph (3) as paragraph (2).
(f) CONTINUATION OF REPORT; FEDERAL SHARE.—Section 144
of such title is amended by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(r) ANNUAL MATERIALS REPORT ON NEW BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION AND BRIDGE REHABILITATION.—Not later than 1 year after
the date of enactment of this subsection, and annually thereafter,
the Secretary shall publish in the Federal Register a report
describing construction materials used in new Federal-aid bridge
construction and bridge rehabilitation projects.
‘‘(s) FEDERAL SHARE.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Except as provided under paragraph
(2), the Federal share of the cost of a project payable from
funds made available to carry out this section shall be determined under section 120(b).
‘‘(2) INTERSTATE SYSTEM.—The Federal share of the cost
of a project on the Interstate System payable from funds made
available to carry out this section shall be determined under
section 120(a).’’.
(g) TECHNICAL AMENDMENT.—Section 144(i) of such title is
amended by striking ‘‘at the same time’’ and all that follows through
‘‘Congress’’.

Federal Register,
publication.

SEC. 1115. HIGHWAY USE TAX EVASION PROJECTS.

(a) ELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES.—
(1) INTERGOVERNMENTAL ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS.—Section
143(b)(2) of title 23, United States Code, is amended by
inserting before the period the following: ‘‘; except that of funds
so made available for each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009,
$2,000,000 shall be available only to carry out intergovernmental enforcement efforts, including research and training’’.
(2) CONDITIONS ON FUNDS ALLOCATED TO INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE.—Section 143(b)(3) of such title is amended by
striking ‘‘The’’ and inserting ‘‘Except as otherwise provided
in this section, the’’.
(3) LIMITATION ON USE OF FUNDS.—Section 143(b)(4) of
such title is amended—
(A) by striking ‘‘and’’ at the end of subparagraph (F);
(B) by striking the period at the end of subparagraph
(G) and inserting a semicolon; and
(C) by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(H) to support efforts between States and Indian tribes
to address issues relating to State motor fuel taxes; and
‘‘(I) to analyze and implement programs to reduce tax
evasion associated with foreign imported fuel.’’.
(4) REPORTS.—Section 143(b) of such title is amended by
adding at the end the following:

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‘‘(9) REPORTS.—The Commissioner of the Internal Revenue
Service and each State shall submit to the Secretary an annual
report that describes the projects, examinations, and criminal
investigations funded by and carried out under this section.
Such report shall specify the estimated annual yield from such
projects, examinations, and criminal investigations.’’.
(b) EXCISE FUEL REPORTING SYSTEM.—Section 143(c) of such
title is amended to read as follows:
‘‘(c) EXCISE TAX FUEL REPORTING.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Not later than 90 days after the date
of enactment of the SAFETEA–LU, the Secretary shall enter
into a memorandum of understanding with the Commissioner
of the Internal Revenue Service for the purposes of—
‘‘(A) the additional development of capabilities needed
to support new reporting requirements and databases
established under such Act and the American Jobs Creation
Act of 2004 (Public Law 108–357), and such other reporting
requirements and database development as may be determined by the Secretary, in consultation with the Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, to be useful in
the enforcement of fuel excise taxes, including provisions
recommended by the Fuel Tax Enforcement Advisory Committee,
‘‘(B) the completion of requirements needed for the
electronic reporting of fuel transactions from carriers and
terminal operators,
‘‘(C) the operation and maintenance of an excise summary terminal activity reporting system and other systems
used to provide strategic analyses of domestic and foreign
motor fuel distribution trends and patterns,
‘‘(D) the collection, analysis, and sharing of information
on fuel distribution and compliance or noncompliance with
fuel taxes, and
‘‘(E) the development, completion, operation, and
maintenance of an electronic claims filing system and database and an electronic database of heavy vehicle highway
use payments.
‘‘(2) ELEMENTS OF MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING.—The
memorandum of understanding shall provide that—
‘‘(A) the Internal Revenue Service shall develop and
maintain any system under paragraph (1) through contracts,
‘‘(B) any system under paragraph (1) shall be under
the control of the Internal Revenue Service, and
‘‘(C) any system under paragraph (1) shall be made
available for use by appropriate State and Federal revenue,
tax, and law enforcement authorities, subject to section
6103 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
‘‘(3) FUNDING.—Of the amounts made available to carry
out this section for each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009,
the Secretary shall make available to the Internal Revenue
Service such funds as may be necessary to complete, operate,
and maintain the systems under paragraph (1) in accordance
with this subsection.
‘‘(4) REPORTS.—Not later than September 30 of each year,
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reports to the Secretary on the status of the Internal Revenue
Service projects funded under this subsection.’’.
(c) ALLOCATIONS.—Of the amounts authorized to be appropriated under section 1101(a)(21) of this Act for highway use tax
evasion projects for each of the fiscal years 2005 through 2009,
the following amounts shall be allocated to the Internal Revenue
Service to carry out section 143 of title 23, United States Code:
(1) $5,000,000 for fiscal year 2005.
(2) $44,800,000 for fiscal year 2006.
(3) $53,300,000 for fiscal year 2007.
(4) $12,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2008 and 2009.
SEC. 1116. APPALACHIAN DEVELOPMENT HIGHWAY SYSTEM.

(a) APPORTIONMENT.—The Secretary shall apportion funds
made available by section 1101(a)(7) of this Act for fiscal years
2005 through 2009 among the States based on the latest available
cost to complete estimate for the Appalachian development highway
system under section 14501 of title 40, United States Code.
(b) APPLICABILITY OF TITLE 23.—Funds made available by section 1101(a)(7) of this Act for the Appalachian development highway
system shall be available for obligation in the same manner as
if such funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United
States Code; except that the Federal share of the cost of any
project under this section shall be determined in accordance with
section 14501 of title 40, United States Code, and such funds
shall be available to construct highways and access roads under
such section and shall remain available until expended.
(c) USE OF TOLL CREDITS.—Section 120(j)(1) of title 23, United
States Code, is amended by inserting ‘‘and the Appalachian development highway system program under section 14501 of title 40’’
after ‘‘section 125’’.
SEC. 1117. TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNITY, AND SYSTEM PRESERVATION PROGRAM.

(a) ESTABLISHMENT.—In cooperation with appropriate State,
tribal, regional, and local governments, the Secretary shall establish
a comprehensive program to address the relationships among
transportation, community, and system preservation plans and
practices and identify private sector-based initiatives to improve
such relationships.
(b) PURPOSE.—Through the program under this section, the
Secretary shall facilitate the planning, development, and
implementation of strategies to integrate transportation, community, and system preservation plans and practices that address
one or more of the following:
(1) Improve the efficiency of the transportation system
of the United States.
(2) Reduce the impacts of transportation on the environment.
(3) Reduce the need for costly future investments in public
infrastructure.
(4) Provide efficient access to jobs, services, and centers
of trade.
(5) Examine community development patterns and identify
strategies to encourage private sector development that
achieves the purposes identified in paragraphs (1) through (4).
(c) GENERAL AUTHORITY.—The Secretary shall allocate funds
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planning organizations, local governments, and tribal governments
to carry out eligible projects to integrate transportation, community,
and system preservation plans and practices.
(d) ELIGIBILITY.—A project described in subsection (c) is an
eligible project under this section if the project—
(1) is eligible for assistance under title 23 or chapter 53
of title 49, United States Code; or
(2) is to conduct any other activity relating to transportation, community, and system preservation that the Secretary
determines to be appropriate, including corridor preservation
activities that are necessary to implement one or more of the
following:
(A) Transit-oriented development plans.
(B) Traffic calming measures.
(C) Other coordinated transportation, community, and
system preservation practices.
(e) CRITERIA.—In allocating funds made available to carry out
this section, the Secretary shall give priority consideration to
applicants that—
(1) have instituted preservation or development plans and
programs that—
(A) are coordinated with State and local preservation
or development plans, including transit-oriented development plans;
(B) promote cost-effective and strategic investments
in transportation infrastructure that minimize adverse
impacts on the environment; or
(C) promote innovative private sector strategies;
(2) have instituted other policies to integrate transportation, community, and system preservation practices, such
as—
(A) spending policies that direct funds to high-growth
areas;
(B) urban growth boundaries to guide metropolitan
expansion;
(C) ‘‘green corridors’’ programs that provide access to
major highway corridors for areas targeted for efficient
and compact development; or
(D) other similar programs or policies as determined
by the Secretary;
(3) have preservation or development policies that include
a mechanism for reducing potential impacts of transportation
activities on the environment;
(4) demonstrate a commitment to public and private
involvement, including the involvement of nontraditional partners in the project team; and
(5) examine ways to encourage private sector investments
that address the purposes of this section.
(f) EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION.—In allocating funds to carry out
this section, the Secretary shall ensure the equitable distribution
of funds to a diversity of populations and geographic regions.
(g) FUNDING.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—There is authorized to be appropriated
from the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit
Account) to carry out this section $25,000,000 for fiscal year
2005 and $61,250,000 for each of fiscal years 2006 through
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(2) CONTRACT AUTHORITY.—Funds made available to carry
out this section shall be available for obligation in the same
manner as if the funds were apportioned under chapter 1
of title 23, United States Code; except that such funds shall
not be transferable, and the Federal share for projects and
activities carried out with such funds shall be determined in
accordance with section 120(b) of title 23, United States Code.
(h) CONFORMING AMENDMENT.—Section 1221 of the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (23 U.S.C. 101 note; 112
Stat. 221) is repealed.
SEC. 1118. TERRITORIAL HIGHWAY PROGRAM.

(a) IN GENERAL.—Chapter 2 of title 23, United States Code,
is amended by striking section 215 and inserting the following:
‘‘§ 215. Territorial highway program
‘‘(a) DEFINITIONS.—In this section, the following definitions
apply:
‘‘(1) PROGRAM.—The term ‘program’ means the territorial
highway program established under subsection (b).
‘‘(2) TERRITORY.—The term ‘territory’ means any of the
following territories of the United States:
‘‘(A) American Samoa.
‘‘(B) The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana
Islands.
‘‘(C) Guam.
‘‘(D) The United States Virgin Islands.
‘‘(b) PROGRAM.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Recognizing the mutual benefits that
will accrue to the territories and the United States from the
improvement of highways in the territories, the Secretary may
carry out a program to assist each government of a territory
in the construction and improvement of a system of arterial
and collector highways, and necessary inter-island connectors,
that is—
‘‘(A) designated by the Governor or chief executive
officer of each territory; and
‘‘(B) approved by the Secretary.
‘‘(2) FEDERAL SHARE.—The Federal share of Federal financial assistance provided to territories under this section shall
be in accordance with section 120(h).
‘‘(c) TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—To continue a long-range highway
development program, the Secretary may provide technical
assistance to the governments of the territories to enable the
territories to, on a continuing basis—
‘‘(A) engage in highway planning;
‘‘(B) conduct environmental evaluations;
‘‘(C) administer right-of-way acquisition and relocation
assistance programs; and
‘‘(D) design, construct, operate, and maintain a system
of arterial and collector highways, including necessary
inter-island connectors.
‘‘(2) FORM AND TERMS OF ASSISTANCE.—Technical assistance
provided under paragraph (1), and the terms for the sharing

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of information among territories receiving the technical assistance, shall be included in the agreement required by subsection
(e).
‘‘(d) NONAPPLICABILITY OF CERTAIN PROVISIONS.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Except to the extent that provisions
of chapter 1 are determined by the Secretary to be inconsistent
with the needs of the territories and the intent of the program,
chapter 1 (other than provisions of chapter 1 relating to the
apportionment and allocation of funds) shall apply to funds
authorized to be appropriated for the program.
‘‘(2) APPLICABLE PROVISIONS.—The agreement required by
subsection (e) for each territory shall identify the sections of
chapter 1 that are applicable to that territory and the extent
of the applicability of those sections.
‘‘(e) AGREEMENT.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Except as provided in paragraph (4),
none of the funds made available for the program shall be
available for obligation or expenditure with respect to any
territory until the chief executive officer of the territory enters
into an agreement with the Secretary (not later than 1 year
after the date of enactment of SAFETEA–LU), providing that
the government of the territory shall—
‘‘(A) implement the program in accordance with
applicable provisions of chapter 1 and subsection (d);
‘‘(B) design and construct a system of arterial and
collector highways, including necessary inter-island connectors, in accordance with standards that are—
‘‘(i) appropriate for each territory; and
‘‘(ii) approved by the Secretary;
‘‘(C) provide for the maintenance of facilities constructed or operated under this section in a condition to
adequately serve the needs of present and future traffic;
and
‘‘(D) implement standards for traffic operations and
uniform traffic control devices that are approved by the
Secretary.
‘‘(2) TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE.—The agreement required by
paragraph (1) shall—
‘‘(A) specify the kind of technical assistance to be provided under the program;
‘‘(B) include appropriate provisions regarding information sharing among the territories; and
‘‘(C) delineate the oversight role and responsibilities
of the territories and the Secretary.
‘‘(3) REVIEW AND REVISION OF AGREEMENT.—The agreement
entered into under paragraph (1) shall be reevaluated and,
as necessary, revised, at least every 2 years.
‘‘(4) EXISTING AGREEMENTS.—With respect to an agreement
under the section between the Secretary and the chief executive
officer of a territory that is in effect as of the date of enactment
of the SAFETEA–LU—
‘‘(A) the agreement shall continue in force until
replaced by an agreement entered into in accordance with
paragraph (1); and
‘‘(B) amounts made available for the program under
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or expenditure so long as the agreement, or the existing
agreement entered into under paragraph (1), is in effect.
‘‘(f) PERMISSIBLE USES OF FUNDS.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Funds made available for the program
may be used only for the following projects and activities carried
out in a territory:
‘‘(A) Eligible surface transportation program projects
described in section 133(b).
‘‘(B) Cost-effective, preventive maintenance consistent
with section 116(d).
‘‘(C) Ferry boats, terminal facilities, and approaches,
in accordance with subsections (b) and (c) of section 129.
‘‘(D) Engineering and economic surveys and investigations for the planning, and the financing, of future highway
programs.
‘‘(E) Studies of the economy, safety, and convenience
of highway use.
‘‘(F) The regulation and equitable taxation of highway
use.
‘‘(G) Such research and development as are necessary
in connection with the planning, design, and maintenance
of the highway system.
‘‘(2) PROHIBITION ON USE OF FUNDS FOR ROUTINE MAINTENANCE.—None of the funds made available for the program
shall be obligated or expended for routine maintenance.
‘‘(g) LOCATION OF PROJECTS.—Territorial highway projects
(other than those described in paragraphs (1), (3), and (4) of section
133(b)) may not be undertaken on roads functionally classified
as local.’’.
(b) CONFORMING AMENDMENTS.—
(1) ELIGIBLE PROJECTS.—Section 103(b) of such title is
amended—
(A) in the heading for paragraph (6) by striking
‘‘ELIGIBLE’’ and inserting ‘‘STATE ELIGIBLE’’;
(B) in paragraph (6) by striking subparagraph (P);
and
(C) by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(7) TERRITORY ELIGIBLE PROJECTS.—Subject to approval
by the Secretary, funds set aside for this program under section
104(b)(1) for the National Highway System may be obligated
for projects eligible for assistance under the territorial highway
program under section 215.’’.
(2) FUNDING.—Section 104(b)(1)(A) of such title is amended
by striking ‘‘to the Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa,
and the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands’’ and
inserting ‘‘for the territorial highway program under section
215’’.
(3) CLERICAL AMENDMENT.—The analysis for chapter 2 of
such title is amended by striking the item relating to section
215 and inserting the following:
‘‘215. Territorial highway program.’’.
SEC. 1119. FEDERAL LANDS HIGHWAYS.

(a) FEDERAL SHARE PAYABLE.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—Section 120(k) of title 23, United States
Code, is amended—
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(B) by striking ‘‘section 104’’ and inserting ‘‘this title
or chapter 53 of title 49’’.
(2) TECHNICAL REFERENCES.—Section 120(l) of such title
is amended by striking ‘‘section 104’’ and inserting ‘‘this title
or chapter 53 of title 49’’.
(b) PAYMENTS TO FEDERAL AGENCIES FOR FEDERAL-AID
PROJECTS.—Section 132 of such title is amended—
(1) by striking the first two sentences and inserting the
following:
‘‘(a) IN GENERAL.—In a case in which a proposed Federalaid project is to be undertaken by a Federal agency in accordance
with an agreement between a State and the Federal agency, the
State may—
‘‘(1) direct the Secretary to transfer the funds for the Federal share of the project directly to the Federal agency; or
‘‘(2) make such deposit with, or payment to, the Federal
agency as is required to meet the obligation of the State under
the agreement for the work undertaken or to be undertaken
by the Federal agency.
‘‘(b) REIMBURSEMENT.—On execution with a State of a project
agreement described in subsection (a), the Secretary may reimburse
the State, using any available funds, for the estimated Federal
share under this title of the obligation of the State deposited or
paid under subsection (a)(2).’’; and
(2) in the last sentence by striking ‘‘Any sums’’ and
inserting the following:
‘‘(c) RECOVERY AND CREDITING OF FUNDS.—Any sums’’.
(c) ALLOCATIONS.—Section 202 of such title is amended—
(1) in subsection (a) by striking ‘‘(a) On October 1’’ and
all that follows through ‘‘Such allocation’’ and inserting the
following:
‘‘(a) ALLOCATION BASED ON NEED.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—On October 1 of each fiscal year, the
Secretary shall allocate sums authorized to be appropriated
for the fiscal year for forest development roads and trails
according to the relative needs of the various national forests
and grasslands.
‘‘(2) PLANNING.—The allocation under paragraph (1)’’;
(2) in subsection (d)(2)—
(A) by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(E) TRANSFERRED FUNDS.—
‘‘(i) IN GENERAL.—Not later than 30 days after
the date on which funds are made available to the
Secretary of the Interior under this paragraph, the
funds shall be distributed to, and available for immediate use by, the eligible Indian tribes, in accordance
with the formula for distribution of funds under the
Indian reservation roads program.
‘‘(ii) USE OF FUNDS.—Notwithstanding any other
provision of this section, funds available to Indian
tribes for Indian reservation roads shall be expended
on projects identified in a transportation improvement
program approved by the Secretary.’’; and
(B) in subsection (d)(3)(A) by striking ‘‘under this title’’
and inserting ‘‘under this chapter and section 125(e)’’.

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(d) FEDERAL LANDS HIGHWAYS PROGRAM.—Section 202 of such
title is amended by striking subsection (b) and inserting the following:
‘‘(b) ALLOCATION FOR PUBLIC LANDS HIGHWAYS.—
‘‘(1) PUBLIC LANDS HIGHWAYS.—
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—On October 1 of each fiscal year,
the Secretary shall allocate 34 percent of the sums authorized to be appropriated for that fiscal year for public lands
highways among those States having unappropriated or
unreserved public lands, nontaxable Indian lands, or other
Federal reservations, on the basis of need in the States,
respectively, as determined by the Secretary, on application
of the State transportation departments of the respective
States.
‘‘(B) PREFERENCE.—In making the allocation under
subparagraph (A), the Secretary shall give preference to
those projects that are significantly impacted by Federal
land and resource management activities that are proposed
by a State that contains at least 3 percent of the total
public land in the United States.
‘‘(2) FOREST HIGHWAYS.—
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—On October 1 of each fiscal year,
the Secretary shall allocate 66 percent of the funds authorized to be appropriated for public lands highways for forest
highways in accordance with section 134 of the FederalAid Highway Act of 1987 (23 U.S.C. 202 note; 101 Stat.
173).
‘‘(B) PUBLIC ACCESS TO AND WITHIN NATIONAL FOREST
SYSTEM.—In making the allocation under subparagraph (A),
the Secretary shall give equal consideration to projects
that provide access to and within the National Forest
System, as identified by the Secretary of Agriculture
through—
‘‘(i) renewable resource and land use planning; and
‘‘(ii) assessments of the impact of that planning
on transportation facilities.’’.
(e) BIA ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES.—Section 202(d)(2) of such
title (as amended by subsection (c)(2) of this section) is amended
by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(F) ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES.—
‘‘(i) IN GENERAL.—Of the funds authorized to be
appropriated for Indian reservation roads, $20,000,000
for fiscal year 2006, $22,000,000 for fiscal year 2007,
$24,500,000 for fiscal year 2008, and $27,000,000 for
fiscal year 2009 may be used by the Secretary of the
Interior for program management and oversight and
project-related administrative expenses.
‘‘(ii) HEALTH AND SAFETY ASSURANCES.—Notwithstanding any other provision of law, an Indian tribal
government may approve plans, specifications, and
estimates and commence road and bridge construction
with funds made available for Indian reservation roads
under the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (Public Law 105–178) and SAFETEA–LU through
a contract or agreement under the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (25 U.S.C. 450b
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‘‘(I) provides assurances in the contract or
agreement that the construction will meet or
exceed applicable health and safety standards;
‘‘(II) obtains the advance review of the plans
and specifications from a State-licensed civil engineer that has certified that the plans and specifications meet or exceed the applicable health and
safety standards; and
‘‘(III) provides a copy of the certification under
subclause (I) to the Deputy Assistant Secretary
for Tribal Government Affairs or the Assistant
Secretary for Indian Affairs, as appropriate.’’.
(f) NATIONAL TRIBAL TRANSPORTATION FACILITY INVENTORY.—
Section 202(d)(2) of such title (as amended by subsection (e)) is
amended by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(G) NATIONAL TRIBAL TRANSPORTATION FACILITY
INVENTORY.—
‘‘(i) IN GENERAL.—Not later than 2 years after
the date of enactment of the SAFETEA–LU, the Secretary, in cooperation with the Secretary of the
Interior, shall complete a comprehensive national
inventory of transportation facilities that are eligible
for assistance under the Indian reservation roads program.
‘‘(ii) TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES INCLUDED IN THE
INVENTORY.—For purposes of identifying the tribal
transportation system and determining the relative
transportation needs among Indian tribes, the Secretary shall include, at a minimum, transportation
facilities that are eligible for assistance under the
Indian reservation roads program that a tribe has
requested, including facilities that—
‘‘(I) were included in the Bureau of Indian
Affairs system inventory for funding formula purposes in 1992 or any subsequent fiscal year;
‘‘(II) were constructed or reconstructed with
funds from the Highway Trust Funds (other than
the Mass Transit Account) under the Indian reservation roads program since 1983;
‘‘(III) are owned by an Indian tribal government; or
‘‘(IV) are community streets or bridges within
the exterior boundary of Indian reservations,
Alaska Native villages, and other recognized
Indian communities (including communities in
former Indian reservations in Oklahoma) in which
the majority of residents are American Indians
or Alaska Natives; or
‘‘(V) are primary access routes proposed by
tribal governments, including roads between villages, roads to landfills, roads to drinking water
sources, roads to natural resources identified for
economic development, and roads that provide
access to intermodal termini, such as airports, harbors, or boat landings.
‘‘(iii) LIMITATION ON PRIMARY ACCESS ROUTES.—
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access route is the shortest practicable route connecting
2 points of the proposed route.
‘‘(iv) ADDITIONAL FACILITIES.—Nothing in this
subparagraph shall preclude the Secretary from
including additional transportation facilities that are
eligible for funding under the Indian reservation roads
program in the inventory used for the national funding
allocation if such additional facilities are included in
the inventory in a uniform and consistent manner
nationally.
‘‘(v) REPORT TO CONGRESS.—Not later than 90 days
after the date of completion of the inventory under
this subparagraph, the Secretary shall prepare and
submit a report to Congress that includes the data
gathered and the results of the inventory.’’.
(g) INDIAN RESERVATION ROAD BRIDGES.—Section 202(d)(4) of
such title is amended—
(1) in subparagraph (B)—
(A) by striking ‘‘(B) RESERVATION.—Of the amounts’’
and all that follows through ‘‘to replace,’’ and inserting
the following:
‘‘(B) FUNDING.—
‘‘(i) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—In addition to any other funds made available for Indian reservation roads for each fiscal year, there is authorized
to be appropriated from the Highway Trust Fund (other
than the Mass Transit Account) $14,000,000 for each
of fiscal years 2005 through 2009 to carry out planning,
design, engineering, preconstruction, construction, and
inspection of projects to replace,’’; and
(B) by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(ii) AVAILABILITY.—Funds made available to carry
out this subparagraph shall be available for obligation
in the same manner as if such funds were apportioned
under chapter 1.’’;
(2) in subparagraph (C) by striking clause (iii) and inserting
the following:
‘‘(iii) be structurally deficient or functionally obsolete; and’’; and
(3) by striking subparagraph (D) and inserting the following:
‘‘(D) APPROVAL REQUIREMENT.—
‘‘(i) IN GENERAL.—Subject to clause (ii), on request
by an Indian tribe or the Secretary of the Interior,
the Secretary may make funds available under this
subsection for preliminary engineering for Indian reservation road bridge projects.
AND
CONSTRUCTION
‘‘(ii)
CONSTRUCTION
ENGINEERING.—The Secretary may make funds available under clause (i) for construction and construction
engineering after approval of applicable plans, specifications, and estimates in accordance with this title.’’.
(4) CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS WITH INDIAN TRIBES.—
Section 202(d) of such title is amended by adding at the end
the following:
‘‘(5) CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS WITH INDIAN TRIBES.—

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‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—Notwithstanding any other provision of law or any interagency agreement, program guideline, manual, or policy directive, all funds made available
to an Indian tribal government under this chapter for
a highway, road, bridge, parkway, or transit facility program or project that is located on an Indian reservation
or provides access to the reservation or a community of
the Indian tribe shall be made available, on the request
of the Indian tribal government, to the Indian tribal government for use in carrying out, in accordance with the Indian
Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (25
U.S.C. 450 et seq.), contracts and agreements for the planning, research, design, engineering, construction, and
maintenance relating to the program or project.
‘‘(B) EXCLUSION OF AGENCY PARTICIPATION.—In accordance with subparagraph (A), all funds for a program or
project to which subparagraph (A) applies shall be paid
to the Indian tribal government without regard to the
organizational level at which the Department of the
Interior has previously carried out, or the Department of
Transportation has previously carried out under the Federal lands highway programs, the programs, functions,
services, or activities involved.
‘‘(C) CONSORTIA.—Two or more Indian tribes that are
otherwise eligible to participate in a program or project
to which this chapter applies may form a consortium to
be considered as a single Indian tribe for the purpose
of participating in the project under this section.
‘‘(D) SECRETARY AS SIGNATORY.—Notwithstanding any
other provision of law, the Secretary is authorized to enter
into a funding agreement with an Indian tribal government
to carry out a highway, road, bridge, parkway, or transit
program or project under subparagraph (A) that is located
on an Indian reservation or provides access to the reservation or a community of the Indian tribe.
‘‘(E) FUNDING.—The amount an Indian tribal government receives for a program or project under subparagraph
(A) shall equal the sum of the funding that the Indian
tribal government would otherwise receive for the program
or project in accordance with the funding formula established under this subsection and such additional amounts
as the Secretary determines equal the amounts that would
have been withheld for the costs of the Bureau of Indian
Affairs for administration of the program or project.
‘‘(F) ELIGIBILITY.—
‘‘(i) IN GENERAL.—Subject to clause (ii), funds may
be made available under subparagraph (A) to an Indian
tribal government for a program or project in a fiscal
year only if the Indian tribal government requesting
such funds demonstrates to the satisfaction of the Secretary financial stability and financial management
capability during the 3 fiscal years immediately preceding the fiscal year for which the request is being
made.
‘‘(ii) CRITERIA FOR DETERMINING FINANCIAL STABILITY AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CAPABILITY.—An
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significant and material audit exceptions in the
required annual audit of the Indian tribal government
self-determination contracts or self-governance funding
agreements with any Federal agency during the 3fiscal year period referred in clause (i) shall be conclusive evidence of the financial stability and financial
management capability for purposes of clause (i).
‘‘(G) ASSUMPTION OF FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES.—An
Indian tribal government receiving funding under subparagraph (A) for a program or project shall assume all functions and duties that the Secretary of the Interior would
have performed with respect to a program or project under
this chapter, other than those functions and duties that
inherently cannot be legally transferred under the Indian
Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (25
U.S.C. 450b et seq.).
‘‘(H) POWERS.—An Indian tribal government receiving
funding under subparagraph (A) for a program or project
shall have all powers that the Secretary of the Interior
would have exercised in administering the funds transferred to the Indian tribal government for such program
or project under this section if the funds had not been
transferred, except to the extent that such powers are
powers that inherently cannot be legally transferred under
the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance
Act (25 U.S.C. 450b et seq.).
‘‘(I) DISPUTE RESOLUTION.—In the event of a disagreement between the Secretary or the Secretary of the Interior
and an Indian tribe over whether a particular function,
duty, or power may be lawfully transferred under the
Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act
(25 U.S.C. 450b et seq.), the Indian tribe shall have the
right to pursue all alternative dispute resolutions and
appeal procedures authorized by such Act, including regulations issued to carry out such Act.
‘‘(J) TERMINATION OF CONTRACT OR AGREEMENT.—On
the date of the termination of a contract or agreement
under this section by an Indian tribal government, the
Secretary shall transfer all funds that would have been
allocated to the Indian tribal government under the contract or agreement to the Secretary of the Interior to provide continued transportation services in accordance with
applicable law.’’.
(h) PLANNING AND AGENCY COORDINATION.—Section 204 of such
title is amended—
(1) in subsection (a)(1) by inserting ‘‘refuge roads,’’ after
‘‘parkways,’’; and
(2) by striking subsection (b) and inserting the following:
‘‘(b) USE OF FUNDS.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Funds made available for public lands
highways, park roads and parkways, and Indian reservation
roads shall be used by the Secretary and the Secretary of
the appropriate Federal land management agency to pay the
cost of—
‘‘(A) transportation planning, research, and engineering
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facilities located on public lands, national parks, and Indian
reservations; and
‘‘(B) operation and maintenance of transit facilities
located on public lands, national parks, and Indian reservations.
‘‘(2) CONTRACT.—In connection with an activity described
in paragraph (1), the Secretary and the Secretary of the appropriate Federal land management agency may enter into a contract or other appropriate agreement with respect to such
activity with—
‘‘(A) a State (including a political subdivision of a
State); or
‘‘(B) an Indian tribe.
‘‘(3) INDIAN RESERVATION ROADS.—In the case of an Indian
reservation road—
‘‘(A) Indian labor may be employed, in accordance with
such rules and regulations as may be promulgated by the
Secretary of the Interior, to carry out any construction
or other activity described in paragraph (1); and
‘‘(B) funds made available to carry out this section
may be used to pay bridge preconstruction costs (including
planning, design, and engineering).
‘‘(4) FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT.—No maximum limitation on
Federal employment shall be applicable to construction or
improvement of Indian reservation roads.
‘‘(5) AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS.—Funds made available under
this section for each class of Federal lands highways shall
be available for any transportation project eligible for assistance
under this title that is within or adjacent to, or that provides
access to, the areas served by the particular class of Federal
lands highways.
‘‘(6) RESERVATION OF FUNDS.—The Secretary of the Interior
may reserve funds from administrative funds of the Bureau
of Indian Affairs that are associated with the Indian reservation
roads program to finance Indian technical centers under section
504(b).’’.
(i) MAINTENANCE OF INDIAN RESERVATION ROADS.—Section
204(c) of such title is amended by striking the second and third
sentences and inserting the following: ‘‘Notwithstanding any other
provision of this title, of the amount of funds allocated for Indian
reservation roads from the Highway Trust Fund, not more than
25 percent of the funds allocated to an Indian tribe may be expended
for the purpose of maintenance, excluding road sealing which shall
not be subject to any limitation. The Bureau of Indian Affairs
shall continue to retain primary responsibility, including annual
funding request responsibility, for road maintenance programs on
Indian reservations. The Secretary shall ensure that funding made
available under this subsection for maintenance of Indian reservation roads for each fiscal year is supplementary to and not in
lieu of any obligation of funds by the Bureau of Indian Affairs
for road maintenance programs on Indian reservations.’’.
(j) REFUGE ROADS.—Section 204(k)(1) of such title is amended—
(1) in subparagraph (B)—
(A) by striking ‘‘(2), (5),’’ and inserting ‘‘(2), (3), (5),’’;
and
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(2) in subparagraph (C) by striking the period at the end
and inserting a semicolon; and
(3) by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(D) the non-Federal share of the cost of any project
funded under this title or chapter 53 of title 49 that provides access to or within a wildlife refuge; and
‘‘(E) maintenance and improvement of recreational
trails; except that expenditures on trails under this
subparagraph shall not exceed 5 percent of available funds
for each fiscal year.’’.
(k) TRIBAL-STATE ROAD MAINTENANCE AGREEMENTS.—Section
204 of such title is amended by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(l) TRIBAL-STATE ROAD MAINTENANCE AGREEMENTS.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—An Indian tribe and a State may enter
into a road maintenance agreement under which an Indian
tribe assumes the responsibilities of the State for—
‘‘(A) Indian reservation roads; and
‘‘(B) roads providing access to Indian reservation roads.
‘‘(2) TRIBAL-STATE AGREEMENTS.—Agreements entered into
under paragraph (1)—
‘‘(A) shall be negotiated between the State and the
Indian tribe; and
‘‘(B) shall not require the approval of the Secretary.
‘‘(3) ANNUAL REPORT.—Effective beginning with fiscal year
2005, the Secretary shall prepare and submit to Congress an
annual report that identifies—
‘‘(A) the Indian tribes and States that have entered
into agreements under paragraph (1);
‘‘(B) the number of miles of roads for which Indian
tribes have assumed maintenance responsibilities; and
‘‘(C) the amount of funding transferred to Indian tribes
for the fiscal year under agreements entered into under
paragraph (1).’’.
(l) DEPUTY ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION FOR
TRIBAL GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS.—Section 102 of title 49, United
States Code, is amended—
(1) by redesignating subsections (f) and (g) as subsections
(g) and (h), respectively; and
(2) by inserting after subsection (e) the following:
‘‘(f) DEPUTY ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR TRIBAL GOVERNMENT
AFFAIRS.—
‘‘(1) ESTABLISHMENT.—In accordance with Federal policies
promoting Indian self determination, the Department of
Transportation shall have, within the office of the Secretary,
a Deputy Assistant Secretary for Tribal Government Affairs
appointed by the President to plan, coordinate, and implement
the Department of Transportation policy and programs serving
Indian tribes and tribal organizations and to coordinate tribal
transportation programs and activities in all offices and
administrations of the Department and to be a participant
in any negotiated rulemaking relating to, or having an impact
on, projects, programs, or funding associated with the tribal
transportation program.
‘‘(2) RESERVATION OF TRUST OBLIGATIONS.—
‘‘(A) RESPONSIBILITY OF SECRETARY.—In carrying out
this title, the Secretary shall be responsible to exercise
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Indian tribes to ensure that the rights of a tribe or individual Indian are protected.
‘‘(B) PRESERVATION OF UNITED STATES RESPONSIBILITY.—Nothing in this title shall absolve the United
States from any responsibility to Indians and Indian tribes,
including responsibilities derived from the trust relationship and any treaty, executive order, or agreement between
the United States and an Indian tribe.’’.
(m) FOREST HIGHWAYS.—Of the amounts made available for
public lands highways under section 1101—
(1) not to exceed $20,000,000 per fiscal year may be used
for the maintenance of forest highways;
(2) not to exceed $1,000,000 per fiscal year may be used
for signage identifying public hunting and fishing access; and
(3) not to exceed $10,000,000 per fiscal year shall be used
by the Secretary of Agriculture to pay the costs of facilitating
the passage of aquatic species beneath roads in the National
Forest System, including the costs of constructing, maintaining,
replacing, or removing culverts and bridges, as appropriate.
(n) WILDLIFE VEHICLE COLLISION REDUCTION STUDY.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall conduct a study of
methods to reduce collisions between motor vehicles and wildlife
(in this subsection referred to as ‘‘wildlife vehicle collisions’’).
(2) CONTENTS.—
(A) AREAS OF STUDY.—The study shall include an
assessment of the causes and impacts of wildlife vehicle
collisions and solutions and best practices for reducing
such collisions.
(B) METHODS FOR CONDUCTING THE STUDY.—In carrying out the study, the Secretary shall—
(i) conduct a thorough literature review; and
(ii) survey current practices of the Department
of Transportation.
(3) CONSULTATION.—In carrying out the study, the Secretary shall consult with appropriate experts in the field of
wildlife vehicle collisions.
(4) REPORT.—
(A) IN GENERAL.—Not later than 2 years after the
date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit
to Congress a report on the results of the study.
(B) CONTENTS.—The report shall include a description
of each of the following:
(i) Causes of wildlife vehicle collisions.
(ii) Impacts of wildlife vehicle collisions.
(iii) Solutions to and prevention of wildlife vehicle
collisions.
(5) MANUAL.—
(A) DEVELOPMENT.—Based upon the results of the
study, the Secretary shall develop a best practices manual
to support State efforts to reduce wildlife vehicle collisions.
(B) AVAILABILITY.—The manual shall be made available to States not later than 1 year after the date of
transmission of the report under paragraph (4).
(C) CONTENTS.—The manual shall include, at a minimum, the following:
(i) A list of best practices addressing wildlife
vehicle collisions.

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(ii) A list of information, technical, and funding
resources for addressing wildlife vehicle collisions.
(iii) Recommendations for addressing wildlife
vehicle collisions.
(iv) Guidance for developing a State action plan
to address wildlife vehicle collisions.
(6) TRAINING.—Based upon the manual developed under
paragraph (5), the Secretary shall develop a training course
on addressing wildlife vehicle collisions for transportation
professionals.
(o) LIMITATION ON APPLICABILITY.—The requirements of the
January 4, 2005, Federal Highway Administration, a final rule
on the implementation of the Uniform Relocation Assistance and
Real Property Acquisition policy Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 4601 et
seq.) shall not apply to the voluntary conservation easement activities of the Department of Agriculture or the Department of the
Interior.
SEC. 1120. PUERTO RICO HIGHWAY PROGRAM.

(a) IN GENERAL.—Subchapter I of chapter 1 of title 23, United
States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:
‘‘§ 165. Puerto Rico highway program
‘‘(a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall allocate funds made
available to carry out this section for each of fiscal years 2005
through 2009 to the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico to carry out
a highway program in the Commonwealth.
‘‘(b) APPLICABILITY OF TITLE.—Amounts made available by section 1101(a)(14) of the SAFETEA–LU shall be available for obligation in the same manner as if such funds were apportioned under
this chapter.
‘‘(c) TREATMENT OF FUNDS.—Amounts made available to carry
out this section for a fiscal year shall be administered as follows:
‘‘(1) APPORTIONMENT.—For the purpose of imposing any
penalty under this title or title 49, the amounts shall be treated
as being apportioned to Puerto Rico under sections 104(b) and
144, for each program funded under those sections in an amount
determined by multiplying—
‘‘(A) the aggregate of the amounts for the fiscal year;
by
‘‘(B) the ratio that—
‘‘(i) the amount of funds apportioned to Puerto
Rico for each such program for fiscal year 1997; bears
to
‘‘(ii) the total amount of funds apportioned to
Puerto Rico for all such programs for fiscal year 1997.
‘‘(2) PENALTY.—The amounts treated as being apportioned
to Puerto Rico under each section referred to in paragraph
(1) shall be deemed to be required to be apportioned to Puerto
Rico under that section for purposes of the imposition of any
penalty under this title or title 49.
‘‘(d) EFFECT ON ALLOCATIONS AND APPORTIONMENTS.—Subject
to subsection (c)(2), nothing in this section affects any allocation
under section 105 and any apportionment under sections 104 and
144.’’.

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(b) CONFORMING AMENDMENT.—The analysis for subchapter I
of chapter 1 of such title is amended by adding at the end the
following:
‘‘165. Puerto Rico highway program.’’.
23 USC 101 note.

(c) DEFINITION OF STATE.—For the purposes of apportioning
funds under sections 104, 105, 130, 144, and 206 of title 23, United
States Code, and section 1404, relating to the safe routes to school
program, the term ‘‘State’’ means any of the 50 States and the
District of Columbia.
SEC. 1121. HOV FACILITIES.

(a) IN GENERAL.—Subchapter I of chapter 1 of title 23, United
States Code (as amended by section 1120 of this Act), is amended
by adding at the end the following:

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‘‘§ 166. HOV facilities
‘‘(a) IN GENERAL.—
‘‘(1) AUTHORITY OF STATE AGENCIES.—A State agency that
has jurisdiction over the operation of a HOV facility shall
establish the occupancy requirements of vehicles operating on
the facility.
‘‘(2) OCCUPANCY REQUIREMENT.—Except as otherwise provided by this section, no fewer than two occupants per vehicle
may be required for use of a HOV facility.
‘‘(b) EXCEPTIONS.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Notwithstanding the occupancy requirement of subsection (a)(2), the exceptions in paragraphs (2)
through (5) shall apply with respect to a State agency operating
a HOV facility.
‘‘(2) MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES.—
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—Subject to subparagraph (B), the
State agency shall allow motorcycles and bicycles to use
the HOV facility.
‘‘(B) SAFETY EXCEPTION.—
‘‘(i) IN GENERAL.—A State agency may restrict use
of the HOV facility by motorcycles or bicycles (or both)
if the agency certifies to the Secretary that such use
would create a safety hazard and the Secretary accepts
the certification.
‘‘(ii) ACCEPTANCE OF CERTIFICATION.—The Secretary may accept a certification under this subparagraph only after the Secretary publishes notice of the
certification in the Federal Register and provides an
opportunity for public comment.
‘‘(3) PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION VEHICLES.—The State agency
may allow public transportation vehicles to use the HOV facility
if the agency—
‘‘(A) establishes requirements for clearly identifying
the vehicles; and
‘‘(B) establishes procedures for enforcing the restrictions on the use of the facility by the vehicles.
‘‘(4) HIGH OCCUPANCY TOLL VEHICLES.—The State agency
may allow vehicles not otherwise exempt pursuant to this subsection to use the HOV facility if the operators of the vehicles
pay a toll charged by the agency for use of the facility and
the agency—

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‘‘(A) establishes a program that addresses how motorists can enroll and participate in the toll program;
‘‘(B) develops, manages, and maintains a system that
will automatically collect the toll; and
‘‘(C) establishes policies and procedures to—
‘‘(i) manage the demand to use the facility by
varying the toll amount that is charged; and
‘‘(ii) enforce violations of use of the facility.
‘‘(5) LOW EMISSION AND ENERGY-EFFICIENT VEHICLES.—
‘‘(A) INHERENTLY LOW EMISSION VEHICLE.—Before September 30, 2009, the State agency may allow vehicles that
are certified as inherently low-emission vehicles pursuant
to section 88.311–93 of title 40, Code of Federal Regulations
(or successor regulations), and are labeled in accordance
with section 88.312–93 of such title (or successor regulations), to use the HOV facility if the agency establishes
procedures for enforcing the restrictions on the use of the
facility by the vehicles.
‘‘(B) OTHER LOW EMISSION AND ENERGY-EFFICIENT
VEHICLES.—Before September 30, 2009, the State agency
may allow vehicles certified as low emission and energyefficient vehicles under subsection (e), and labeled in
accordance with subsection (e), to use the HOV facility
if the operators of the vehicles pay a toll charged by the
agency for use of the facility and the agency—
‘‘(i) establishes a program that addresses the selection of vehicles under this paragraph; and
‘‘(ii) establishes procedures for enforcing the
restrictions on the use of the facility by the vehicles.
‘‘(C) AMOUNT OF TOLLS.—Under subparagraph (B), a
State agency may charge no toll or may charge a toll
that is less than tolls charged under paragraph (3).
‘‘(c) REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO TOLLS.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Tolls may be charged under paragraphs
(4) and (5) of subsection (b) notwithstanding section 301 and,
except as provided in paragraphs (2) and (3), subject to the
requirements of section 129.
‘‘(2) HOV FACILITIES ON THE INTERSTATE SYSTEM.—Notwithstanding section 129, tolls may be charged under paragraphs
(4) and (5) of subsection (b) on a HOV facility on the Interstate
System.
‘‘(3) EXCESS TOLL REVENUES.—If a State agency makes
a certification under section 129(a)(3) with respect to toll revenues collected under paragraphs (4) and (5) of subsection (b),
the State, in the use of toll revenues under that sentence,
shall give priority consideration to projects for developing alternatives to single occupancy vehicle travel and projects for
improving highway safety.
‘‘(d) HOV FACILITY MANAGEMENT, OPERATION, MONITORING,
AND ENFORCEMENT.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—A State agency that allows vehicles to
use a HOV facility under paragraph (4) or (5) of subsection
(b) in a fiscal year shall certify to the Secretary that the
agency will carry out the following responsibilities with respect
to the facility in the fiscal year:
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the facility that provides for continuous monitoring, assessment, and reporting on the impacts that the vehicles may
have on the operation of the facility and adjacent highways.
‘‘(B) Establishing, managing, and supporting an
enforcement program that ensures that the facility is being
operated in accordance with the requirements of this section.
‘‘(C) Limiting or discontinuing the use of the facility
by the vehicles if the presence of the vehicles has degraded
the operation of the facility.
‘‘(2) DEGRADED FACILITY.—
‘‘(A) DEFINITION OF MINIMUM AVERAGE OPERATING
SPEED.—In this paragraph, the term ‘minimum average
operating speed’ means—
‘‘(i) 45 miles per hour, in the case of a HOV facility
with a speed limit of 50 miles per hour or greater;
and
‘‘(ii) not more than 10 miles per hour below the
speed limit, in the case of a HOV facility with a speed
limit of less than 50 miles per hour.
FOR
DETERMINING
DEGRADED
‘‘(B)
STANDARD
FACILITY.—For purposes of paragraph (1), the operation
of a HOV facility shall be considered to be degraded if
vehicles operating on the facility are failing to maintain
a minimum average operating speed 90 percent of the
time over a consecutive 180-day period during morning
or evening weekday peak hour periods (or both).
‘‘(C) MANAGEMENT OF LOW EMISSION AND ENERGY-EFFICIENT VEHICLES.—In managing the use of HOV lanes by
low emission and energy-efficient vehicles that do not meet
applicable occupancy requirements, a State agency may
increase the percentages described in subsection (f)(3)(B)(i).
‘‘(e) CERTIFICATION OF LOW EMISSION AND ENERGY-EFFICIENT
VEHICLES.—Not later than 180 days after the date of enactment
of this section, the Administrator of the Environmental Protection
Agency shall—
‘‘(1) issue a final rule establishing requirements for certification of vehicles as low emission and energy-efficient vehicles
for purposes of this section and requirements for the labeling
of the vehicles; and
‘‘(2) establish guidelines and procedures for making the
vehicle comparisons and performance calculations described in
subsection (f)(3)(B), in accordance with section 32908(b) of title
49.
‘‘(f) DEFINITIONS.—In this section, the following definitions
apply:
‘‘(1) ALTERNATIVE FUEL VEHICLE.—The term ‘alternative
fuel vehicle’ means a vehicle that is operating on—
‘‘(A) methanol, denatured ethanol, or other alcohols;
‘‘(B) a mixture containing at least 85 percent of methanol, denatured ethanol, and other alcohols by volume with
gasoline or other fuels;
‘‘(C) natural gas;
‘‘(D) liquefied petroleum gas;
‘‘(E) hydrogen;
‘‘(F) coal derived liquid fuels;

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‘‘(G) fuels (except alcohol) derived from biological materials;
‘‘(H) electricity (including electricity from solar energy);
or
‘‘(I) any other fuel that the Secretary prescribes by
regulation that is not substantially petroleum and that
would yield substantial energy security and environmental
benefits, including fuels regulated under section 490 of
title 10, Code of Federal Regulations (or successor regulations).
‘‘(2) HOV FACILITY.—The term ‘HOV facility’ means a high
occupancy vehicle facility.
‘‘(3) LOW EMISSION AND ENERGY-EFFICIENT VEHICLE.—The
term ‘low emission and energy-efficient vehicle’ means a vehicle
that—
‘‘(A) has been certified by the Administrator as meeting
the Tier II emission level established in regulations prescribed by the Administrator under section 202(i) of the
Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7521(i)) for that make and model
year vehicle; and
‘‘(B)(i) is certified by the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, in consultation with the manufacturer, to have achieved not less than a 50-percent
increase in city fuel economy or not less than a 25-percent
increase in combined city-highway fuel economy (or such
greater percentage of city or city-highway fuel economy
as may be determined by a State under subsection (d)(2)(C))
relative to a comparable vehicle that is an internal combustion gasoline fueled vehicle (other than a vehicle that has
propulsion energy from onboard hybrid sources); or
‘‘(ii) is an alternative fuel vehicle.
‘‘(4) PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION VEHICLE.—The term ‘public
transportation vehicle’ means a vehicle that—
‘‘(A) provides designated public transportation (as
defined in section 221 of the Americans with Disabilities
Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12141) or provides public school
transportation (to and from public or private primary, secondary, or tertiary schools); and
‘‘(B)(i) is owned or operated by a public entity;
‘‘(ii) is operated under a contract with a public entity;
or
‘‘(iii) is operated pursuant to a license by the Secretary
or a State agency to provide motorbus or school vehicle
transportation services to the public.
‘‘(5) STATE AGENCY.—
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—The term ‘State agency’, as used
with respect to a HOV facility, means an agency of a
State or local government having jurisdiction over the operation of the facility.
‘‘(B) INCLUSION.—The term ‘State agency’ includes a
State transportation department.’’.
(b) CONFORMING AMENDMENTS.—
(1) PROGRAM EFFICIENCIES.—Section 102 of title 23, United
States Code, is amended—
(A) by striking subsection (a); and
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(2) CHAPTER ANALYSIS.—The analysis for such subchapter
(as amended by section 1120 of this Act) is amended by adding
at the end the following:

‘‘166. HOV facilities.’’.

(c) SENSE OF CONGRESS.—It is the sense of Congress that
the Secretary and the States should provide additional incentives
(including the use of high occupancy vehicle lanes on State and
Interstate highways) for the purchase and use of hybrid and other
fuel efficient vehicles, which have been proven to minimize air
emissions and decrease consumption of fossil fuels.
SEC. 1122. DEFINITIONS.

(a)
TRANSPORTATION
ENHANCEMENT
ACTIVITY.—Section
101(a)(35) of title 23, United States Code, is amended to read
as follows:
‘‘(35) TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITY.—The term
‘transportation enhancement activity’ means, with respect to
any project or the area to be served by the project, any of
the following activities as the activities relate to surface
transportation:
‘‘(A) Provision of facilities for pedestrians and bicycles.
‘‘(B) Provision of safety and educational activities for
pedestrians and bicyclists.
‘‘(C) Acquisition of scenic easements and scenic or historic sites (including historic battlefields).
‘‘(D) Scenic or historic highway programs (including
the provision of tourist and welcome center facilities).
‘‘(E) Landscaping and other scenic beautification.
‘‘(F) Historic preservation.
‘‘(G) Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures, or facilities (including historic
railroad facilities and canals).
‘‘(H) Preservation of abandoned railway corridors
(including the conversion and use of the corridors for pedestrian or bicycle trails).
‘‘(I) Inventory, control, and removal of outdoor advertising.
‘‘(J) Archaeological planning and research.
‘‘(K) Environmental mitigation—
‘‘(i) to address water pollution due to highway runoff; or
‘‘(ii) reduce vehicle-caused wildlife mortality while
maintaining habitat connectivity.
‘‘(L) Establishment of transportation museums.’’.
(b) ADVANCED TRUCK STOP ELECTRIFICATION SYSTEM.—Such
section 101(a) is amended by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(38) ADVANCED TRUCK STOP ELECTRIFICATION SYSTEM.—
The term ‘advanced truck stop electrification system’ means
a system that delivers heat, air conditioning, electricity, or
communications to a heavy duty vehicle.’’.

Subtitle B—Congestion Relief
23 USC 303 note.

SEC. 1201. REAL-TIME SYSTEM MANAGEMENT INFORMATION PROGRAM.

(a) ESTABLISHMENT.—

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(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall establish a real-time
system management information program to provide, in all
States, the capability to monitor, in real-time, the traffic and
travel conditions of the major highways of the United States
and to share that information to improve the security of the
surface transportation system, to address congestion problems,
to support improved response to weather events and surface
transportation incidents, and to facilitate national and regional
highway traveler information.
(2) PURPOSES.—The purposes of the real-time system
management information program are to—
(A) establish, in all States, a system of basic realtime information for managing and operating the surface
transportation system;
(B) identify longer range real-time highway and transit
monitoring needs and develop plans and strategies for
meeting such needs; and
(C) provide the capability and means to share that
data with State and local governments and the traveling
public.
(b) DATA EXCHANGE FORMATS.—Not later than 2 years after
the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall establish
data exchange formats to ensure that the data provided by highway
and transit monitoring systems, including statewide incident
reporting systems, can readily be exchanged across jurisdictional
boundaries, facilitating nationwide availability of information.
(c) REGIONAL INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE.—
(1) ADDRESSING INFORMATION NEEDS.—As State and local
governments develop or update regional intelligent transportation system architectures, described in section 940.9 of title
23, Code of Federal Regulations, such governments shall explicitly address real-time highway and transit information needs
and the systems needed to meet such needs, including
addressing coverage, monitoring systems, data fusion and
archiving, and methods of exchanging or sharing highway and
transit information.
(2) DATA EXCHANGE.—States shall incorporate the data
exchange formats established by the Secretary under subsection
(b) to ensure that the data provided by highway and transit
monitoring systems may readily be exchanged with State and
local governments and may be made available to the traveling
public.
(d) ELIGIBILITY.—Subject to project approval by the Secretary,
a State may obligate funds apportioned to the State under sections
104(b)(1), 104(b)(2), and 104(b)(3) of title 23, United States Code,
for activities relating to the planning and deployment of real-time
monitoring elements that advance the goals and purposes described
in subsection (a).
(e) LIMITATION ON STATUTORY CONSTRUCTION.—Nothing in this
section shall be construed as altering or otherwise affecting the
applicability of the requirements of chapter 1 of title 23, United
States Code (including requirements relating to the eligibility of
a project for assistance under the program, the location of the
project, and the Federal-share payable on account of the project),
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104(b) that are obligated by the State for activities and projects
under this section.
(f) STATEWIDE INCIDENT REPORTING SYSTEM DEFINED.—In this
section, the term ‘‘statewide incident reporting system’’ means a
statewide system for facilitating the real-time electronic reporting
of surface transportation incidents to a central location for use
in monitoring the event, providing accurate traveler information,
and responding to the incident as appropriate.

Subtitle C—Mobility and Efficiency
23 USC 101 note.

SEC. 1301. PROJECTS OF NATIONAL AND REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE.

(a) FINDINGS.—Congress finds the following:
(1) Under current law, surface transportation programs
rely primarily on formula capital apportionments to States.
(2) Despite the significant increase for surface transportation program funding in the Transportation Equity Act of
the 21st Century, current levels of investment are insufficient
to fund critical high-cost transportation infrastructure facilities
that address critical national economic and transportation
needs.
(3) Critical high-cost transportation infrastructure facilities
often include multiple levels of government, agencies, modes
of transportation, and transportation goals and planning processes that are not easily addressed or funded within existing
surface transportation program categories.
(4) Projects of national and regional significance have
national and regional benefits, including improving economic
productivity by facilitating international trade, relieving congestion, and improving transportation safety by facilitating passenger and freight movement.
(5) The benefits of projects described in paragraph (4)
accrue to local areas, States, and the Nation as a result of
the effect such projects have on the national transportation
system.
(6) A program dedicated to constructing projects of national
and regional significance is necessary to improve the safe,
secure, and efficient movement of people and goods throughout
the United States and improve the health and welfare of the
national economy.
(b) ESTABLISHMENT OF PROGRAM.—The Secretary shall establish a program to provide grants to States for projects of national
and regional significance.
(c) DEFINITIONS.—In this section, the following definitions
apply:
(1) ELIGIBLE PROJECT COSTS.—The term ‘‘eligible project
costs’’ means the costs of—
(A) development phase activities, including planning,
feasibility analysis, revenue forecasting, environmental
review, preliminary engineering and design work, and other
preconstruction activities; and
(B) construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, and
acquisition of real property (including land related to the
project and improvements to land), environmental mitigation, construction contingencies, acquisition of equipment,
and operational improvements.

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(2) ELIGIBLE PROJECT.—The term ‘‘eligible project’’ means
any surface transportation project eligible for Federal assistance under title 23, United States Code, including freight railroad projects and activities eligible under such title.
(3) STATE.—The term ‘‘State’’ has the meaning such term
has in section 101(a) of title 23, United States Code.
(d) ELIGIBILITY.—To be eligible for assistance under this section,
a project shall have eligible project costs that are reasonably anticipated to equal or exceed the lesser of—
(1) $500,000,000; or
(2) 75 percent of the amount of Federal highway assistance
funds apportioned for the most recently completed fiscal year
to the State in which the project is located.
(e) APPLICATIONS.—Each State seeking to receive a grant under
this section for an eligible project shall submit to the Secretary
an application in such form and in accordance with such requirements as the Secretary shall establish.
(f) COMPETITIVE GRANT SELECTION AND CRITERIA FOR
GRANTS.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall—
(A) establish criteria for selecting among projects that
meet the eligibility criteria specified in subsection (d);
(B) conduct a national solicitation for applications; and
(C) award grants on a competitive basis.
(2) CRITERIA FOR GRANTS.—The Secretary may approve a
grant under this section for a project only if the Secretary
determines that the project—
(A) is based on the results of preliminary engineering;
(B) is justified based on the ability of the project—
(i) to generate national economic benefits,
including creating jobs, expanding business opportunities, and impacting the gross domestic product;
(ii) to reduce congestion, including impacts in the
State, region, and Nation;
(iii) to improve transportation safety, including
reducing transportation accidents, injuries, and fatalities;
(iv) to otherwise enhance the national transportation system; and
(v) to garner support for non-Federal financial
commitments and provide evidence of stable and
dependable financing sources to construct, maintain,
and operate the infrastructure facility; and
(C) is supported by an acceptable degree of non-Federal
financial commitments, including evidence of stable and
dependable financing sources to construct, maintain, and
operate the infrastructure facility.
(3) SELECTION CONSIDERATIONS.—In selecting a project
under this section, the Secretary shall consider the extent to
which the project—
(A) leverages Federal investment by encouraging nonFederal contributions to the project, including contributions
from public-private partnerships;
(B) uses new technologies, including intelligent
transportation systems, that enhance the efficiency of the
project; and
(C) helps maintain or protect the environment.

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(4) PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING.—In evaluating a project
under paragraph (2)(A), the Secretary shall analyze and consider the results of preliminary engineering for the project.
(5) NON-FEDERAL FINANCIAL COMMITMENT.—
(A) EVALUATION OF PROJECT.—In evaluating a project
under paragraph (2)(C), the Secretary shall require that—
(i) the proposed project plan provides for the availability of contingency amounts that the Secretary
determines to be reasonable to cover unanticipated
cost increases; and
(ii) each proposed non-Federal source of capital
and operating financing is stable, reliable, and available within the proposed project timetable.
(B) CONSIDERATIONS.—In assessing the stability, reliability, and availability of proposed sources of non-Federal
financing under subparagraph (A), the Secretary shall
consider—
(i) existing financial commitments;
(ii) the degree to which financing sources are dedicated to the purposes proposed;
(iii) any debt obligation that exists or is proposed
by the recipient for the proposed project; and
(iv) the extent to which the project has a nonFederal financial commitment that exceeds the
required non-Federal share of the cost of the project.
(6) REGULATIONS.—Not later than 180 days after the date
of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall issue regulations
on the manner in which the Secretary will evaluate and rate
the projects based on the results of preliminary engineering,
project justification, and the degree of non-Federal financial
commitment, as required under this subsection.
(7) PROJECT EVALUATION AND RATING.—
(A) IN GENERAL.—A proposed project may advance from
preliminary engineering to final design and construction
only if the Secretary finds that the project meets the
requirements of this subsection and there is a reasonable
likelihood that the project will continue to meet such
requirements.
(B) EVALUATION AND RATING.—In making such
findings, the Secretary shall evaluate and rate the project
as ‘‘highly recommended’’, ‘‘recommended’’, or ‘‘not recommended’’ based on the results of preliminary
engineering, the project justification criteria, and the
degree of non-Federal financial commitment, as required
under this subsection. In rating the projects, the Secretary
shall provide, in addition to the overall project rating,
individual ratings for each of the criteria established under
the regulations issued under paragraph (6).
(g) LETTERS OF INTENT AND FULL FUNDING GRANT AGREEMENTS.—
(1) LETTER OF INTENT.—
(A) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary may issue a letter
of intent to an applicant announcing an intention to obligate, for a project under this section, an amount from
future available budget authority specified in law that is
not more than the amount stipulated as the financial
participation of the Secretary in the project.

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(B) NOTIFICATION.—At least 60 days before issuing a
letter under subparagraph (A) or entering into a full
funding grant agreement, the Secretary shall notify in
writing the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the House of Representatives and the Committee
on Environment and Public Works of the Senate of the
proposed letter or agreement. The Secretary shall include
with the notification a copy of the proposed letter or agreement as well as the evaluations and ratings for the project.
(C) NOT AN OBLIGATION.—The issuance of a letter is
deemed not to be an obligation under sections 1108(c),
1108(d), 1501, and 1502(a) of title 31, United States Code,
or an administrative commitment.
(D) OBLIGATION OR COMMITMENT.—An obligation or
administrative commitment may be made only when contract authority is allocated to a project.
(2) FULL FUNDING GRANT AGREEMENT.—
(A) IN GENERAL.—A project financed under this subsection shall be carried out through a full funding grant
agreement. The Secretary shall enter into a full funding
grant agreement based on the evaluations and ratings
required under subsection (f)(7).
(B) TERMS.—If the Secretary makes a full funding
grant agreement with an applicant, the agreement shall—
(i) establish the terms of participation by the
United States Government in a project under this section;
(ii) establish the maximum amount of Government
financial assistance for the project;
(iii) cover the period of time for completing the
project, including a period extending beyond the period
of an authorization; and
(iv) make timely and efficient management of the
project easier according to the laws of the United
States.
(C) AGREEMENT.—An agreement under this paragraph
obligates an amount of available budget authority specified
in law and may include a commitment, contingent on
amounts to be specified in law in advance for commitments
under this paragraph, to obligate an additional amount
from future available budget authority specified in law.
The agreement shall state that the contingent commitment
is not an obligation of the Government. Interest and other
financing costs of efficiently carrying out a part of the
project within a reasonable time are a cost of carrying
out the project under a full funding grant agreement, except
that eligible costs may not be more than the cost of the
most favorable financing terms reasonably available for
the project at the time of borrowing. The applicant shall
certify, in a way satisfactory to the Secretary, that the
applicant has shown reasonable diligence in seeking the
most favorable financing terms.
(3) AMOUNTS.—The total estimated amount of future obligations of the Government and contingent commitments to incur
obligations covered by all outstanding letters of intent and
full funding grant agreements may be not more than the greater
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equivalent to the last 2 fiscal years of funding authorized
to carry out this section less an amount the Secretary reasonably estimates is necessary for grants under this section not
covered by a letter. The total amount covered by new letters
and contingent commitments included in full funding grant
agreements may be not more than a limitation specified in
law.
(h) GRANT REQUIREMENTS.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—A grant for a project under this section
shall be subject to all of the requirements of title 23, United
States Code.
(2) OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS.—The Secretary shall
require that all grants under this section be subject to all
terms, conditions, and requirements that the Secretary decides
are necessary or appropriate for purposes of this section,
including requirements for the disposition of net increases in
value of real property resulting from the project assisted under
this section.
(i) GOVERNMENT’S SHARE OF PROJECT COST.—Based on
engineering studies, studies of economic feasibility, and information
on the expected use of equipment or facilities, the Secretary shall
estimate the cost of a project receiving assistance under this section.
A grant for the project is for 80 percent of the project cost, unless
the grant recipient requests a lower grant percentage. A refund
or reduction of the remainder may be made only if a refund of
a proportional amount of the grant of the Government is made
at the same time.
(j) FISCAL CAPACITY CONSIDERATIONS.—If the Secretary gives
priority consideration to financing projects that include more than
the non-Government share required under subsection (i) the Secretary shall give equal consideration to differences in the fiscal
capacity of State and local governments.
(k) REPORTS.—
(1) ANNUAL REPORT.—Not later than the first Monday in
February of each year, the Secretary shall submit to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the House of
Representatives and the Committee on Environment and Public
Works of the Senate a report that includes a proposal on
the allocation of amounts to be made available to finance grants
under this section.
(2) RECOMMENDATIONS ON FUNDING.—The annual report
under this paragraph shall include evaluations and ratings,
as required under subsection (f). The report shall also include
recommendations of projects for funding based on the evaluations and ratings and on existing commitments and anticipated
funding levels for the next 3 fiscal years and for the next
10 fiscal years based on information currently available to
the Secretary.
(l) APPLICABILITY OF TITLE 23.—Funds made available to carry
out this section shall be available for obligation in the same manner
as if such funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23,
United States Code; except that such funds shall not be transferable
and shall remain available until expended and the Federal share
of the cost of a project under this section shall be as provided
in this section.
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years 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009, from funds made available
to carry out this section, 10 percent, 20 percent, 25 percent, 25
percent, and 20 percent respectively, of the following amounts for
grants to carry out the following projects under this section:

No.

State

Project Description

1.

CA

Bakersfield Beltway System ..................................

$140,000,000

2.

VA, WV,
OH

Heartland Corridor Project including multiple
intermodal facility improvements and improvements to facilitate the movement of
intermodal freight from VA to OH ....................

$90,000,000

Roadway
former
Inland
project

improvements in and around the
Norton Air Force Base as part of the
Empire Goods Movement Gateway
..................................................................

$55,000,000

Planning, design, and construction of a new
American border plaza at the Blue Water
Bridge in or near Port Huron, MI .....................

$20,000,000

Construction of O’Hare Bypass/Elgin O’Hare Extension .................................................................

$140,000,000

Reconstruction of the Marquette Interchange,
Milwaukee WI .....................................................

$30,000,000

3.

4.

5.
6.

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MI

IL
WI

Amount

7.

IL

CREATE ..................................................................

$100,000,000

8.

OR

I–5 Bridge repair, replacement and associated
improvements in the I–5 corridor ......................

$160,000,000

9.

CA

Alameda Corridor East ..........................................

$125,000,000

10.

IL

Mississippi River Bridge and related roads .........

$150,000,000

11.

CA

Transbay Terminal .................................................

$27,000,000

12.

NY

Cross Harbor Freight Movement Project, New
York .....................................................................

$100,000,000

13.

WA

Alaska Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement ..

$100,000,000

14.

CA

Gerald Desmond/I–710 Gateway Project ..............

$100,000,000

15.

CO

Denver’s Union Station ..........................................

$50,000,000

16.

MN

Union Depot Multimodal Transit Facility ............

$50,000,000

17.

CA

Sacramento Intermodal Station ............................

$3,000,000

18.

NJ

Liberty Corridor .....................................................

$100,000,000

19.

NM

Relocate the El Paso, TX rail yard to Santa Teresa ......................................................................

$14,000,000

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No.
20.

21.

Project Description

PA

Route 23/US 422 Interchange Modernization and
Route 363/US 422 Interchange Improvement
Project and U.S. 422 Widening, Montgomery
County, PA ..........................................................

$20,000,000

Route 28 Widening and improvements, Allegheny County, PA ...............................................

$15,000,000

PA

Amount

22.

PA

Improvements to I–80, Monroe County, PA .........

$15,000,000

23.

SC

I–73, Construction of I–73 from Myrtle Beach,
SC to I–95, ending at the North Carolina
State line .............................................................

$40,000,000

Rail Relocation to route 164/I–664 rail corridor,
Portsmouth ..........................................................

$15,000,000

Replacement of the Alaskan Way Viaduct and
Seawall in Seattle ...............................................

$120,000,000

24.
25.

23 USC 101 note.

State

VA
WA

SEC. 1302. NATIONAL CORRIDOR INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM.

(a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall establish and implement
a program to make allocations to States for highway construction
projects in corridors of national significance to promote economic
growth and international or interregional trade pursuant to the
selection factors provided in this section. A State must submit
an application to the Secretary in order to receive an allocation
under this section.
(b) SELECTION PROCESS.—
(1) PRIORITY.—In the selection process under this section,
the Secretary shall give priority to projects in corridors that
are a part of, or will be designated as part of, the Dwight
D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways after completion of the work described in the application
received by the Secretary and to any project that will be completed within 5 years of the date of the allocation of funds
for the project.
(2) SELECTION FACTORS.—In making allocations under this
section, the Secretary shall consider the following factors:
(A) The extent to which the corridor provides a link
between two existing segments of the Interstate System.
(B) The extent to which the project will facilitate major
multistate or regional mobility and economic growth and
development in areas underserved by existing highway
infrastructure.
(C) The extent to which commercial vehicle traffic in
the corridor—
(i) has increased since the date of enactment of
the North American Free Trade Agreement
Implementation Act (16 U.S.C. 4401 et seq.); and
(ii) is projected to increase in the future.
(D) The extent to which international truck-borne
commodities move through the corridor.

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(E) The extent to which the project will make improvements to an existing segment of the Interstate System
that will result in a decrease in congestion.
(F) The reduction in commercial and other travel time
through a major freight corridor expected as a result of
the project.
(G) The value of the cargo carried by commercial
vehicle traffic in the corridor and the economic costs arising
from congestion in the corridor.
(H) The extent of leveraging of Federal funds provided
to carry out this section, including—
(i) use of innovative financing;
(ii) combination with funding provided under other
sections of this Act and title 23, United States Code;
and
(iii) combination with other sources of Federal,
State, local, or private funding.
(c) APPLICABILITY OF TITLE 23.—Funds made available by section 1101(a)(10) of this Act to carry out this section shall be available for obligation in the same manner as if such funds were
apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code; except
that such funds shall remain available until expended, and the
Federal share of the cost of a project under this section shall
be determined in accordance with section 120 of such title.
(d) STATE DEFINED.—In this section, the term ‘‘State’’ has the
meaning such term has in section 101(a) of title 23, United States
Code.
(e) DESIGNATED PROJECTS.—The Secretary shall allocate for
each of fiscal years 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009, from funds
made available to carry out this section, 10 percent, 20 percent,
25 percent, 25 percent, and 20 percent respectively, of the following
amounts for grants to carry out the following projects under this
section:

No.
1.

2.

3.

Project Description

TX, AR,
MS, TN,
KY, IN

Planning, Design, and Construction of I–69 in
TX, LA, AR, MS, TN, KY, and IN .....................

$50,000,000

LA

Improvements to Louisiana Highway 1 between
the Caminada Bridge and the intersection of
LA Highway 1 and U.S. 90 ................................

$20,000,000

Planning, design, and construction of the Inter
County Connector in Montgomery and Prince
Georges County in Maryland .............................

$10,000,000

MD

Amount

4.

CA

Centennial Corridor Loop in Bakersfield .............

$330,000,000

5.

VA

Construction of dedicated truck lanes on additional capacity in I–81 in VA .............................

$100,000,000

Design, Planning and Construction of State
Route 178 in Bakersfield ....................................

$100,000,000

6.

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No.
7.

8.

9.

10.
11.

12.
13.
14.
15.

16.
17.

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Project Description

CA

Widening of Rosedale Highway between SR 43
and SR 99 in Bakersfield and widening of SR
178 between SR 99 and D street in Bakersfield ......................................................................

$60,000,000

Construction of the 36 mile segment of I–49 in
LA between the Arkansas State line and I–
220 in Shreveport ...............................................

$150,000,000

Construction of an extension of I–530 from Pine
Bluff, Arkansas to Wilmar, Arkansas to interstate specifications ..............................................

$40,000,000

Construction of the U.S. I–80 to I–88 NorthSouth Connector in Illinois ................................

$152,000,000

Construction and reconstruction of the U.S.
Highway 41 corridor between Milwaukee and
Green Bay, Wisconsin ........................................

$30,000,000

Construction of Route 34 Interchange and improvements in Illinois .........................................

$55,000,000

Increase capacity on I–80 between Sacrament/
Placer County Line and SR 65 ..........................

$50,000,000

Planning, design, and construction of Knik Arm
Bridge ..................................................................

$30,000,000

Planning, design, right-of-way acquisition and
construction of the Interstate Route 74 bridge
from Bettendorf, Iowa, to Moline, Illinois ........

$15,000,000

Planning, design, and construction of the I–49/
Bella Vista Bypass in Arkansas ........................

$20,000,000

Planning, design, and construction of the I–73
corridor of national significance in South Carolina .......................................................................

$10,000,000
$100,000,000

LA

AR

IL
WI

IL
CA
AK
IA, IL

AR
SC

Amount

18.

CA

I–405 HOV lane ......................................................

19.

AR

I–69 Corridor, including the Great River Bridge

$75,000,000

20.

MN

Falls-to-Falls Corridor ...........................................

$50,000,000

21.

DC

Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge ...................

$75,000,000

22.

CT

Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge .............................

$35,000,000

23.

IN

I–80 Improvements ................................................

$10,000,000

24.

CA

State Route 4 East Upgrade ..................................

$20,000,000

25.

LA

LA 1 Replacement ..................................................

$5,000,000

26.

AZ

State Route 85 Upgrade ........................................

$3,000,000

27.

WV

I–73/I–74 Corridor ..................................................

$50,000,000

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State

Project Description

Amount

LA

Construction of I–49 North from Shreveport,
Louisiana to Arkansas State line (I–220 to AR
Line) .....................................................................

$27,500,000

29.

LA

Transportation improvements to I–49 South .......

$27,500,000

30.

OK

Ports to Plain Corridor in Oklahoma ...................

$35,000,000

31.

TN

For design, ROW and construction of Interstate
69 .........................................................................

$100,000,000

32.

CO

U.S. 287, Ports-to-Plains Corridor ........................

$3,000,000

33.

OK

State of Oklahoma I–44 from Riverside to Yale
Avenue in Tulsa ..................................................

$110,000,000

SEC. 1303. COORDINATED BORDER INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM.

23 USC 101 note.

(a) GENERAL AUTHORITY.—The Secretary shall implement a
coordinated border infrastructure program under which the Secretary shall distribute funds to border States to improve the safe
movement of motor vehicles at or across the border between the
United States and Canada and the border between the United
States and Mexico.
(b) ELIGIBLE USES.—Subject to subsection (d), a State may
use funds apportioned under this section only for—
(1) improvements in a border region to existing transportation and supporting infrastructure that facilitate cross-border
motor vehicle and cargo movements;
(2) construction of highways and related safety and safety
enforcement facilities in a border region that facilitate motor
vehicle and cargo movements related to international trade;
(3) operational improvements in a border region, including
improvements relating to electronic data interchange and use
of telecommunications, to expedite cross border motor vehicle
and cargo movement;
(4) modifications to regulatory procedures to expedite safe
and efficient cross border motor vehicle and cargo movements;
and
(5) international coordination of transportation planning,
programming, and border operation with Canada and Mexico
relating to expediting cross border motor vehicle and cargo
movements.
(c) APPORTIONMENT OF FUNDS.—On October 1 of each fiscal
year, the Secretary shall apportion among border States sums
authorized to be appropriated to carry out this section for such
fiscal year as follows:
(1) 20 percent in the ratio that—
(A) the total number of incoming commercial trucks
that pass through the land border ports of entry within
the boundaries of a border State, as determined by the
Secretary; bears to
(B) the total number of incoming commercial trucks
that pass through such ports of entry within the boundaries
of all the border States, as determined by the Secretary.
(2) 30 percent in the ratio that—

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(A) the total number of incoming personal motor
vehicles and incoming buses that pass through land border
ports of entry within the boundaries of a border State,
as determined by the Secretary; bears to
(B) the total number of incoming personal motor
vehicles and incoming buses that pass through such ports
of entry within the boundaries of all the border States,
as determined by the Secretary.
(3) 25 percent in the ratio that—
(A) the total weight of incoming cargo by commercial
trucks that pass through land border ports of entry within
the boundaries of a border State, as determined by the
Secretary; bears to
(B) the total weight of incoming cargo by commercial
trucks that pass through such ports of entry within the
boundaries of all the border States, as determined by the
Secretary.
(4) 25 percent of the ratio that—
(A) the total number of land border ports of entry
within the boundaries of a border State, as determined
by the Secretary; bears to
(B) the total number of land border ports of entry
within the boundaries of all the border States, as determined by the Secretary.
(d) PROJECTS IN CANADA OR MEXICO.—A project in Canada
or Mexico, proposed by a border State to directly and predominantly
facilitate cross-border motor vehicle and cargo movements at an
international port of entry into the border region of the State,
may be constructed using funds apportioned to the State under
this section if, before obligation of those funds, Canada or Mexico,
or the political subdivision of Canada or Mexico that is responsible
for the operation of the facility to be constructed, provides assurances satisfactory to the Secretary that any facility constructed
under this subsection will be—
(1) constructed in accordance with standards equivalent
to applicable standards in the United States; and
(2) properly maintained and used over the useful life of
the facility for the purpose for which the Secretary is allocating
such funds to the project.
(e) TRANSFER OF FUNDS TO THE GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION.—
(1) STATE FUNDS.—At the request of a border State, funds
apportioned to the State under this section may be transferred
to the General Services Administration for the purpose of
funding one or more projects described in subsection (b) if—
(A) the Secretary determines, after consultation with
the transportation department of the border State, that
the General Services Administration should carry out the
project; and
(B) the General Services Administration agrees to
accept the transfer of, and to administer, those funds in
accordance with this section.
(2) NON-FEDERAL SHARE.—
(A) IN GENERAL.—A border State that makes a request
under paragraph (1) shall provide directly to the General
Services Administration, for each project covered by the
request, the non-Federal share of the cost of the project.

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(B) NO AUGMENTATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—Funds
provided by a border State under subparagraph (A)—
(i) shall not be considered to be an augmentation
of the appropriations made available to the General
Services Administration; and
(ii) shall be—
(I) administered, subject to paragraph (1)(B),
in accordance with the procedures of the General
Services Administration; but
(II) available for obligation in the same
manner as if the funds were apportioned under
chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code.
(3) OBLIGATION AUTHORITY.—Obligation authority shall be
transferred to the General Services Administration for a project
in the same manner and amount as the funds provided for
the project under paragraph (1).
(4) LIMITATION ON TRANSFER OF FUNDS.—No State may
transfer to the General Services Administration under this
subsection an amount that is more than the lesser of—
(A) 15 percent of the aggregate amount of funds apportioned to the State under this section for such fiscal year;
or
(B) $5,000,000.
(f) APPLICABILITY OF TITLE 23.—Funds made available to carry
out this section shall be available for obligation in the same manner
as if such funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23,
United States Code; except that, subject to subsection (e), such
funds shall not be transferable and shall remain available until
expended, and the Federal share of the cost of a project under
this section shall be determined in accordance with section 120
of such title.
(g) DEFINITIONS.—In this section, the following definitions
apply:
(1) BORDER REGION.—The term ‘‘border region’’ means any
portion of a border State within 100 miles of an international
land border with Canada or Mexico.
(2) BORDER STATE.—The term ‘‘border State’’ means any
State that has an international land border with Canada or
Mexico.
(3) COMMERCIAL TRUCK.—The term ‘‘commercial truck’’
means a commercial motor vehicle as defined in section
31301(4) (other than subparagraph (B)) of title 49, United
States Code.
(4) MOTOR VEHICLE.—The term ‘‘motor vehicle’’ has the
meaning such term has under section 101(a) of title 23, United
States Code.
(5) STATE.—The term ‘‘State’’ has the meaning such term
has in section 101(a) of such title 23.
SEC. 1304. HIGH PRIORITY CORRIDORS ON THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY
SYSTEM.

(a) EVACUATION ROUTES.—Section 1105(b) of the Intermodal
Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (Public Law 102–
240; 105 Stat. 2032) is amended in the first sentence by inserting
‘‘and evacuation routes’’ after ‘‘corridors’’ the first place it appears.
(b) CORRIDORS.—Section 1105(c) of the Intermodal Surface
Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (105 Stat. 2032) is amended—

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(1) by striking paragraph (14) and inserting the following:
‘‘(14) Heartland Expressway from Denver, Colorado,
through Scottsbluff, Nebraska, to Rapid City, South Dakota
as follows:
‘‘(A) In the State of Colorado, the Heartland Expressway Corridor shall generally follow—
‘‘(i) Interstate 76 from Denver to Brush; and
‘‘(ii) Colorado Highway 71 from Limon to the
border between the States of Colorado and Nebraska.
‘‘(B) In the State of Nebraska, the Heartland Expressway Corridor shall generally follow—
‘‘(i) Nebraska Highway 71 from the border between
the States of Colorado and Nebraska to Scottsbluff;
‘‘(ii) United States Route 26 from Scottsbluff to
the intersection with State Highway L62A;
‘‘(iii) State Highway L62A from the intersection
with United States Route 26 to United States Route
385 north of Bridgeport;
‘‘(iv) United States Route 385 to the border
between the States of Nebraska and South Dakota;
and
‘‘(v) United States Highway 26 from Scottsbluff
to the border of the States of Nebraska and Wyoming.
‘‘(C) In the State of Wyoming, the Heartland Expressway Corridor shall generally follow United States Highway
26 from the border of the States of Nebraska and Wyoming
to the termination at Interstate 25 at Interchange number
94.
‘‘(D) In the State of South Dakota, the Heartland
Expressway Corridor shall generally follow—
‘‘(i) United States Route 385 from the border
between the States of Nebraska and South Dakota
to the intersection with State Highway 79; and
‘‘(ii) State Highway 79 from the intersection with
United States Route 385 to Rapid City.’’;
(2) in paragraph (23) by inserting before the period at
the end the following: ‘‘and the connection from Wichita,
Kansas, to Sioux City, Iowa, which includes I–135 from Wichita,
Kansas to Salina, Kansas, United States Route 81 from Salina,
Kansas, to Norfolk, Nebraska, Nebraska State Route 35 from
Norfolk, Nebraska, to South Sioux City, Nebraska, and the
connection to I–29 in Sioux City, Iowa’’;
(3) in paragraph (33) by striking ‘‘I–395’’ and inserting
‘‘and including the I–395 corridor’’;
(4) by striking paragraph (34) and inserting the following:
‘‘(34) The Alameda Corridor-East and Southwest Passage,
California. The Alameda Corridor-East is generally described
as the corridor from East Los Angeles (terminus of Alameda
Corridor) through Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, and
Riverside Counties, to termini at Barstow in San Bernardino
County and Coachella in Riverside County. The Southwest
Passage shall follow I–10 from San Bernardino to the Arizona
State line.’’;
(5) by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(46) Interstate Route 710 between the terminus at Long
Beach, California, to California State Route 60.

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‘‘(47) Interstate Route 87 from the Quebec border to New
York City.
‘‘(48) The Route 50 High Plains Corridor along the United
States Route 50 corridor from Newton, Kansas, to Pueblo, Colorado.
‘‘(49) The Atlantic Commerce Corridor on Interstate Route
95 from Jacksonville, Florida, to Miami, Florida.
‘‘(50) The East-West Corridor commencing in Watertown,
New York, continuing northeast through New York, Vermont,
New Hampshire, and Maine, and terminating in Calais, Maine.
‘‘(51) The SPIRIT Corridor on United States Route 54 from
El Paso, Texas, through New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma
to Wichita, Kansas.
‘‘(52) The route in Arkansas running south of and parallel
to Arkansas State Highway 226 from the relocation of United
States Route 67 to the vicinity of United States Route 49
and United States Route 63.
‘‘(53) United States Highway Route 6 from Interstate Route
70 to Interstate Route 15, Utah.
‘‘(54) The California Farm-to-Market Corridor, California
State Route 99 from south of Bakersfield to Sacramento, California.
‘‘(55) In Texas, Interstate Route 20 from Interstate Route
35E in Dallas County, east to the intersection of Interstate
Route 635, north to the intersection of Interstate Route 30,
northeast through Texarkana to Little Rock, Arkansas, Interstate Route 40 northeast from Little Rock east to the proposed
Interstate Route 69 corridor.
‘‘(56) In the State of Texas, the La Entrada al Pacifico
Corridor consisting of the following highways and any portion
of a highway in a corridor on 2 miles of either side of the
center line of the highway:
‘‘(A) State Route 349 from Lamesa to the point on
that highway that is closest to 32 degrees, 7 minutes,
north latitude, by 102 degrees, 6 minutes, west longitude.
‘‘(B) The segment or any roadway extending from the
point described by subparagraph (A) to the point on Farmto-Market Road 1788 closest to 32 degrees, 0 minutes,
north latitude, by 102 degrees, 16 minutes, west longitude.
‘‘(C) Farm-to-Market Road 1788 from the point
described by subparagraph (B) to its intersection with
Interstate Route 20.
‘‘(D) Interstate Route 20 from its intersection with
Farm-to-Market Road 1788 to its intersection with United
States Route 385.
‘‘(E) United States Route 385 from Odessa to Fort
Stockton, including those portions that parallel United
States Route 67 and Interstate Route 10.
‘‘(F) United States Route 67 from Fort Stockton to
Presidio, including those portions that parallel Interstate
Route 10 and United States Route 90.
‘‘(57) United States Route 41 corridor between Interstate
Route 94 via Interstate Route 894 and Highway 45 near Milwaukee and Interstate Route 43 near Green Bay in the State
of Wisconsin.
‘‘(58) The Theodore Roosevelt Expressway from Rapid City,
South Dakota, north on United States Route 85 to Williston,

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North Dakota, west on United States Route 2 to Culbertson,
Montana, and north on Montana Highway 16 to the international border with Canada at the port of Raymond, Montana.
‘‘(59) The Central North American Trade Corridor from
the border between North Dakota and South Dakota, north
on United States Route 83 through Bismark and Minot, North
Dakota, to the international border with Canada.
‘‘(60) The Providence Beltline Corridor beginning at Interstate Route 95 in the vicinity of Hope Valley, Rhode Island,
traversing eastwardly intersecting and merging into Interstate
Route 295, continuing northeastwardly along Interstate Route
95, and terminating at the Massachusetts border, and including
the western bypass of Providence, Rhode Island, from Interstate
Route 295 to the Massachusetts border.
‘‘(61) In the State of Missouri, the corridors consisting
of the following highways:
‘‘(A) Interstate Route 70, from Interstate Route 29/
35 to United States Route 61/Avenue of the Saints.
‘‘(B) Interstate Route 72/United States Route 36, from
the intersection with Interstate Route 29 to United States
Route 61/Avenue of the Saints.
‘‘(C) United States Route 67, from Interstate Route
55 to the Arkansas State line.
‘‘(D) United States Route 65, from United States Route
36/Interstate Route 72 to the East-West TransAmerica corridor, at the Arkansas State line.
‘‘(E) United States Route 63, from United States Route
36 and the proposed Interstate Route 72 to the East-West
TransAmerica corridor, at the Arkansas State line.
‘‘(F) United States Route 54, from the Kansas State
line to United States Route 61/Avenue of the Saints.
‘‘(62) The Georgia Developmental Highway System Corridors identified in section 32–4–22 of the Official Code of
Georgia, Annotated.
‘‘(63) The Liberty Corridor, a corridor in an area encompassing very critical and significant transportation infrastructure providing regional, national, and international access
through the State of New Jersey, including Interstate Routes
95, 80, 287, and 78, and United States Routes 1, 3, 9, 17,
and 46, and portways and connecting infrastructure.
‘‘(64) The corridor in an area of passage in the State of
New Jersey serving significant interstate and regional traffic,
located near the cities of Camden, New Jersey, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and including Interstate Route 295, United
States Route 42, United States Route 130, and Interstate Route
676.
‘‘(65) The Interstate Route 95 Corridor beginning at the
New York State line and continuing through Connecticut to
the Rhode Island State line.
‘‘(66) The Interstate Route 91 Corridor from New Haven,
Connecticut, to the Massachusetts State line.
‘‘(67) The Fairbanks-Yukon International Corridor consisting of the portion of the Alaska Highway from the international border with Canada to the Richardson Highway, and
the Richardson Highway from its junction with the Alaska
Highway to Fairbanks, Alaska.

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‘‘(68) The Washoe County corridor, along Interstate Route
580/United States Route 95/United States Route 95A, from
Reno, Nevada, to Las Vegas, Nevada.
‘‘(69) The Cross Valley Connector connecting Interstate
Route 5 and State Route 14, Santa Clarita Valley, California.
‘‘(70) The Economic Lifeline corridor, along Interstate Route
15 and Interstate Route 40, California, Arizona, and Nevada,
including Interstate Route 215 South from near San Bernadino,
California, to Riverside, California, and State Route 91 from
Riverside, California, to the intersection with Interstate Route
15 near Corona, California.
‘‘(71) The High Desert Corridor/E–220 from Los Angeles,
California, to Las Vegas, Nevada, via Palmdale and Victorville,
California.
‘‘(72) The North-South corridor, along Interstate Route 49
North, from Kansas City, Missouri, to Shreveport, Louisiana.
‘‘(73) The Louisiana Highway corridor, along Louisiana
Highway 1, from Grand Isle, Louisiana, to the intersection
with United States Route 90.
‘‘(74) The portion of United States Route 90 from Interstate
Route 49 in Lafayette, Louisiana, to Interstate Route 10 in
New Orleans, Louisiana.
‘‘(75) The Louisiana 28 corridor from Fort Polk to Alexandria, Louisiana.
‘‘(76) The portion of Interstate Route 75 from Toledo, Ohio,
to Cincinnati, Ohio.
‘‘(77) The portion of United States Route 24 from the
Indiana/Ohio State line to Toledo, Ohio.
‘‘(78) The portion of Interstate Route 71 from Cincinnati,
Ohio, to Cleveland, Ohio.
‘‘(79) Interstate Route 376 from the Pittsburgh Interchange
(I/C No. 56) of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, westward on Interstate Route 279, United States Route 22, United States Route
30, and Pennsylvania Route 60, continuing past the Pittsburgh
International Airport on Turnpike Route 60, to the Pennsylvania Turnpike (Interstate Route 76), Interchange 10, and continuing north on Pennsylvania Turnpike Route 60 and on
United States Route 422 to Interstate Route 80.
‘‘(80) The Intercounty Connector, a new east-west
multimodal highway between Interstate Route 270 and Interstate Route 95/United States Route 1 in Montgomery and Prince
George’s Counties, Maryland.’’; and
(6) by aligning paragraph (45) with paragraph (46) (as
added by paragraph (5)).
(c) INTERSTATE ROUTES.—Section 1105(e)(5) of the Intermodal
Surface Transporation Efficiency Act of 1991 is amended—
(1) in subparagraph (A) by striking ‘‘and subsection (c)(45)’’
and inserting ‘‘subsection (c)(45), subsection (c)(54), and subsection (c)(57)’’;
(2) by redesignating subparagraphs (B) through (D) as subparagraphs (C) through (E); and
(3) by inserting after subparagraph (A) the following:
‘‘(B) INTERSTATE ROUTE 376.—
‘‘(i) DESIGNATION OF INTERSTATE ROUTE 376.—
‘‘(I) IN GENERAL.—The routes referred to in
subsection (c)(79), except the portion of Pennsylvania Turnpike Route 60 and United States Route

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422 between Pennsylvania Turnpike Interchange
10 and Interstate Route 80, shall be designated
as Interstate Route 376.
‘‘(II) SIGNS.—The State of Pennsylvania shall
have jurisdiction over the highways described in
subclause (I) (except Pennsylvania Turnpike Route
60) and erect signs in accordance with Interstate
signing criteria that identify the routes described
in subclause (I) as Interstate Route 376.
‘‘(III) ASSISTANCE FROM SECRETARY.—The Secretary shall assist the State of Pennsylvania in
carrying out, not later than December 31, 2008,
an activity under subclause (II) relating to Interstate Route 376 and in complying with sections
109 and 139 of title 23, United States Code.
‘‘(ii) OTHER SEGMENTS.—The segment of the route
referred to in subsection (c)(79) located between the
Pennsylvania Turnpike, Interchange 10, and Interstate
Route 80 may be signed as Interstate Route 376 under
clause (i)(II) if that segment meets the criteria under
sections 109 and 139 of title 23, United States Code.’’.
(d) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—There are authorized
to be appropriated to carry out, in accordance with title 23, United
States Code, projects on corridors identified in section 1105(c) of
the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (105
Stat. 2032) such sums as may be necessary.
23 USC 137 note.

SEC. 1305. TRUCK PARKING FACILITIES.

(a) ESTABLISHMENT.—In cooperation with appropriate State,
regional, and local governments, the Secretary shall establish a
pilot program to address the shortage of long-term parking for
commercial motor vehicles on the National Highway System.
(b) ALLOCATION OF FUNDS.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall allocate funds made
available to carry out this section among States, metropolitan
planning organizations, and local governments.
(2) APPLICATIONS.—To be eligible for an allocation under
this section, a State (as defined in section 101(a) of title 23,
United States Code), metropolitan planning organization, or
local government shall submit to the Secretary an application
at such time and containing such information as the Secretary
may require.
(3) ELIGIBLE PROJECTS.—Funds allocated under this subsection shall be used by the recipient for projects described
in an application approved by the Secretary. Such projects
shall serve the National Highway System and may include
the following:
(A) Constructing safety rest areas (as defined in section
120(c) of title 23, United States Code) that include parking
for commercial motor vehicles.
(B) Constructing commercial motor vehicle parking
facilities adjacent to commercial truck stops and travel
plazas.
(C) Opening existing facilities to commercial motor
vehicle parking, including inspection and weigh stations
and park-and-ride facilities.

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(D) Promoting the availability of publicly or privately
provided commercial motor vehicle parking on the National
Highway System using intelligent transportation systems
and other means.
(E) Constructing turnouts along the National Highway
System for commercial motor vehicles.
(F) Making capital improvements to public commercial
motor vehicle parking facilities currently closed on a seasonal basis to allow the facilities to remain open yearround.
(G) Improving the geometric design of interchanges
on the National Highway System to improve access to
commercial motor vehicle parking facilities.
(4) PRIORITY.—In allocating funds made available to carry
out this section, the Secretary shall give priority to applicants
that—
(A) demonstrate a severe shortage of commercial motor
vehicle parking capacity in the corridor to be addressed;
(B) have consulted with affected State and local governments, community groups, private providers of commercial
motor vehicle parking, and motorist and trucking organizations; and
(C) demonstrate that their proposed projects are likely
to have positive effects on highway safety, traffic congestion, or air quality.
(c) REPORT TO CONGRESS.—Not later than 3 years after the
date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit to Congress
a report on the results of the pilot program.
(d) FUNDING.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—There is authorized to be appropriated
from the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit
Account) to carry out this section $6,250,000 for each of fiscal
years 2006 through 2009.
(2) CONTRACT AUTHORITY.—Funds authorized under this
subsection shall be available for obligation in the same manner
as if the funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23,
United States Code; except that such funds shall not be
transferable and shall remain available until expended, and
the Federal share of the cost of a project under this section
shall be determined in accordance with sections 120(b) and
120(c) of such title.
(e) TREATMENT OF PROJECTS.—Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, projects funded under this section shall be treated
as projects on a Federal-aid system under chapter 1 of title 23,
United States Code.
SEC. 1306. FREIGHT INTERMODAL DISTRIBUTION PILOT GRANT PROGRAM.

23 USC 103 note.

(a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall establish and implement
a freight intermodal distribution pilot grant program.
(b) PURPOSES.—The purposes of the program established under
subsection (a) shall be for the Secretary to make grants to States—
(1) to facilitate and support intermodal freight transportation initiatives at the State and local levels to relieve congestion and improve safety; and

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(2) to provide capital funding to address infrastructure
and freight distribution needs at inland ports and intermodal
freight facilities.
(c) ELIGIBLE PROJECTS.—Projects for which grants may be made
under this section shall help relieve congestion, improve transportation safety, facilitate international trade, and encourage publicprivate partnership and may include projects for the development
and construction of intermodal freight distribution and transfer
facilities at inland ports.
(d) SELECTION PROCESS.—
(1) APPLICATIONS.—A State (as defined in section 101(a)
of title 23, United States Code) shall submit for approval by
the Secretary an application for a grant under this section
containing such information as the Secretary may require to
receive such a grant.
(2) PRIORITY.—In selecting projects for grants, the Secretary shall give priority to projects that will—
(A) reduce congestion into and out of international
ports located in the United States;
(B) demonstrate ways to increase the likelihood that
freight container movements involve freight containers carrying goods; and
(C) establish or expand intermodal facilities that
encourage the development of inland freight distribution
centers.
(3) DESIGNATED PROJECTS.—Subject to the provisions of
this section, the Secretary shall allocate for each of fiscal years
2005 through 2009, from funds made available to carry out
this section, 20 percent of the following amounts for grants
to carry out the following projects under this section:
(A) Short-haul intermodal projects, Oregon, $5,000,000.
(B) The Georgia Port Authority, $5,000,000.
(C) The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, California, $5,000,000.
(D) Fairbanks, Alaska, $5,000,000.
(E) Charlotte Douglas International Airport Freight
Intermodal Facility, North Carolina, $5,000,000.
(F) South Piedmont Freight Intermodal Center, North
Carolina, $5,000,000.
(e) USE OF GRANT FUNDS.—Funds made available to a recipient
of a grant under this section shall be used by the recipient for
the project described in the application of the recipient approved
by the Secretary.
(f) REPORT.—Not later than 3 years after the date of enactment
of this Act, the Secretary shall submit to Congress a report on
the results of the pilot program carried out under this section.
(g) FUNDING.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—There is authorized to be appropriated
from the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit
Account) to carry out this section $6,000,000 for each of fiscal
years 2005 through 2009.
(2) CONTRACT AUTHORITY.—Funds authorized by this subsection shall be available for obligation in the same manner
as if the funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23,
United States Code; except that such funds shall not be
transferable and shall remain available until expended, and
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shall be determined in accordance with section 120 of such
title.
(h) TREATMENT OF PROJECTS.—Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, projects for which grants are made under this
section shall be treated as projects on a Federal-aid system under
chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code.
SEC. 1307. DEPLOYMENT OF MAGNETIC LEVITATION TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS.

23 USC 322 note.

(a) DEFINITIONS.—In this section, the following definitions
apply:
(1) ELIGIBLE PROJECT COSTS.—The term ‘‘eligible project
costs’’—
(A) means the capital cost of the fixed guideway infrastructure of a MAGLEV project, including land, piers,
guideways, propulsion equipment and other components
attached to guideways, power distribution facilities
(including substations), control and communications facilities, access roads, and storage, repair, and maintenance
facilities, but not including costs incurred for a new station;
and
(B) includes the costs of preconstruction planning
activities.
(2) FULL PROJECT COSTS.—The term ‘‘full project costs’’
means the total capital costs of a MAGLEV project, including
eligible project costs and the costs of stations, vehicles, and
equipment.
(3) MAGLEV.—The term ‘‘MAGLEV’’ means transportation
systems employing magnetic levitation that would be capable
of safe use by the public at a speed in excess of 240 miles
per hour.
(4) STATE.—The term ‘‘State’’ has the meaning such term
has under section 101(a) of title 23, United States Code.
(b) IN GENERAL.—
(1) ASSISTANCE FOR ELIGIBLE PROJECTS.—The Secretary
shall make available financial assistance to pay the Federal
share of full project costs of eligible projects authorized by
this section.
(2) USE OF ASSISTANCE.—Financial assistance provided
under paragraph (1) shall be used only to pay eligible project
costs of projects authorized by this section.
(3) APPLICABILITY OF OTHER LAWS.—Financial assistance
made available under this section, and projects assisted with
such assistance, shall be subject to section 5333(a) of title
49, United States Code.
(c) PROJECT ELIGIBILITY.—To be eligible to receive financial
assistance under subsection (b), a project shall—
(1) involve a segment or segments of a high-speed ground
transportation corridor;
(2) result in an operating transportation facility that provides a revenue producing service; and
(3) be approved by the Secretary based on an application
submitted to the Secretary by a State or authority designated
by one or more States.
(d) ALLOCATION.—Of the amounts made available to carry out
this section for a fiscal year, the Secretary shall allocate 50 percent
for the MAGLEV project between Las Vegas and Primm, Nevada,

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and 50 percent for a MAGLEV project located east of the Mississippi
River.
State listing.
23 USC 101 note.

SEC. 1308. DELTA REGION TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM.

(a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall carry out a program
in the 8 States comprising the Delta Region (Alabama, Arkansas,
Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee)
to—
(1) support and encourage multistate transportation planning and corridor development;
(2) provide for transportation project development;
(3) facilitate transportation decisionmaking; and
(4) support transportation construction.
(b) ELIGIBLE RECIPIENTS.—A State transportation department
or metropolitan planning organization in a Delta Region State
may receive and administer funds provided under the program.
(c) ELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES.—The Secretary shall make allocations
under the program for multistate highway planning, development,
and construction projects.
(d) OTHER PROVISIONS REGARDING ELIGIBILITY.—All activities
funded under this program shall be consistent with the continuing,
cooperative, and comprehensive planning processes required by sections 134 and 135 of title 23, United States Code.
(e) SELECTION CRITERIA.—The Secretary shall select projects
to be carried out under the program based on—
(1) whether the project is located—
(A) in an area under the authority of the Delta Regional
Authority; and
(B) on a Federal-aid highway;
(2) endorsement of the project by the State department
of transportation; and
(3) evidence of the ability of the recipient of funds provided
under the program to complete the project.
(f) PROGRAM PRIORITIES.—In administering the program, the
Secretary shall—
(1) encourage State and local officials to work together
to develop plans for multimodal and multijurisdictional
transportation decisionmaking; and
(2) give priority to projects that emphasize multimodal
planning, including planning for operational improvements
that—
(A) increase the mobility of people and goods;
(B) improve the safety of the transportation system
with respect to catastrophic natural disasters or disasters
caused by human activity; and
(C) contribute to the economic vitality of the area in
which the project is being carried out.
(g) FEDERAL SHARE.—Amounts provided by the Delta Regional
Authority to carry out a project under this subsection may be
applied to the non-Federal share of the project required by section
120 of title 23, United States Code.
(h) FUNDING.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—There is authorized to be appropriated
from the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit
Account) to carry out this section $10,000,000 for each of fiscal
years 2006 through 2009.

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(2) CONTRACT AUTHORITY.—Funds made available to carry
out this section shall be available for obligation in the same
manner as if such funds were apportioned under chapter 1
of title 23, United States Code; except that such funds shall
not be transferable and shall remain available until expended.
SEC. 1309. EXTENSION OF PUBLIC TRANSIT VEHICLE EXEMPTION
FROM AXLE WEIGHT RESTRICTIONS.

Section 1023(h)(1) of the Intermodal Surface Transportation
Efficiency Act of 1991 (23 U.S.C. 127 note; 106 Stat. 1552) is
amended by striking ‘‘2005’’ and inserting ‘‘2009’’.
SEC. 1310. INTERSTATE OASIS PROGRAM.

23 USC 111 note.

(a) IN GENERAL.—Not later than 180 days after the date of
enactment of this section, in consultation with the States and
other interested parties, the Secretary shall—
(1) establish an interstate oasis program; and
(2) after providing an opportunity for public comment,
develop standards for designating, as an interstate oasis, a
facility that—
(A) offers—
(i) products and services to the public;
(ii) 24-hour access to restrooms; and
(iii) parking for automobiles and heavy trucks; and
(B) meets other standards established by the Secretary.
(b) STANDARDS FOR DESIGNATION.—The standards for designation under subsection (a) shall include standards relating to—
(1) the appearance of a facility; and
(2) the proximity of the facility to the Dwight D. Eisenhower
National System of Interstate and Defense Highways.
(c) ELIGIBILITY FOR DESIGNATION.—If a State (as defined in
section 101(a) of title 23, United States Code) elects to participate
in the interstate oasis program, any facility meeting the standards
established by the Secretary shall be eligible for designation under
this section.
(d) LOGO.—The Secretary shall design a logo to be displayed
by a facility designated under this section.

Deadline.

Standards.

Subtitle D—Highway Safety
SEC. 1401. HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.

(a) SAFETY IMPROVEMENT.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—Section 148 of title 23, United States
Code, is amended to read as follows:
‘‘§ 148. Highway safety improvement program
‘‘(a) DEFINITIONS.—In this section, the following definitions
apply:
‘‘(1) HIGH RISK RURAL ROAD.—The term ‘high risk rural
road’ means any roadway functionally classified as a rural
major or minor collector or a rural local road—
‘‘(A) on which the accident rate for fatalities and
incapacitating injuries exceeds the statewide average for
those functional classes of roadway; or
‘‘(B) that will likely have increases in traffic volume
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and incapacitating injuries that exceeds the statewide average for those functional classes of roadway.
‘‘(2) HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.—The term
‘highway safety improvement program’ means the program carried out under this section.
‘‘(3) HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT.—
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—The term ‘highway safety improvement project’ means a project described in the State strategic highway safety plan that—
‘‘(i) corrects or improves a hazardous road location
or feature; or
‘‘(ii) addresses a highway safety problem.
‘‘(B) INCLUSIONS.—The term ‘highway safety improvement project’ includes a project for one or more of the
following:
‘‘(i) An intersection safety improvement.
‘‘(ii) Pavement and shoulder widening (including
addition of a passing lane to remedy an unsafe condition).
‘‘(iii) Installation of rumble strips or another
warning device, if the rumble strips or other warning
devices do not adversely affect the safety or mobility
of bicyclists, pedestrians, and the disabled.
‘‘(iv) Installation of a skid-resistant surface at an
intersection or other location with a high frequency
of accidents.
‘‘(v) An improvement for pedestrian or bicyclist
safety or safety of the disabled.
‘‘(vi) Construction of any project for the elimination
of hazards at a railway-highway crossing that is
eligible for funding under section 130, including the
separation or protection of grades at railway-highway
crossings.
‘‘(vii) Construction of a railway-highway crossing
safety feature, including installation of protective
devices.
‘‘(viii) The conduct of a model traffic enforcement
activity at a railway-highway crossing.
‘‘(ix) Construction of a traffic calming feature.
‘‘(x) Elimination of a roadside obstacle.
‘‘(xi) Improvement of highway signage and pavement markings.
‘‘(xii) Installation of a priority control system for
emergency vehicles at signalized intersections.
‘‘(xiii) Installation of a traffic control or other
warning device at a location with high accident potential.
‘‘(xiv) Safety-conscious planning.
‘‘(xv) Improvement in the collection and analysis
of crash data.
‘‘(xvi) Planning integrated interoperable emergency
communications equipment, operational activities, or
traffic enforcement activities (including police assistance) relating to workzone safety.
‘‘(xvii) Installation of guardrails, barriers
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and traffic lanes for the safety of motorists and
workers), and crash attenuators.
‘‘(xviii) The addition or retrofitting of structures
or other measures to eliminate or reduce accidents
involving vehicles and wildlife.
‘‘(xix) Installation and maintenance of signs
(including fluorescent, yellow-green signs) at pedestrian-bicycle crossings and in school zones.
‘‘(xx) Construction and yellow-green signs at pedestrian-bicycle crossings and in school zones.
‘‘(xxi) Construction and operational improvements
on high risk rural roads.
‘‘(4) SAFETY PROJECT UNDER ANY OTHER SECTION.—
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—The term ‘safety project under any
other section’ means a project carried out for the purpose
of safety under any other section of this title.
‘‘(B) INCLUSION.—The term ‘safety project under any
other section’ includes a project to promote the awareness
of the public and educate the public concerning highway
safety matters (including motorcyclist safety) and a project
to enforce highway safety laws.
‘‘(5) STATE HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.—The
term ‘State highway safety improvement program’ means
projects or strategies included in the State strategic highway
safety plan carried out as part of the State transportation
improvement program under section 135(g).
‘‘(6) STATE STRATEGIC HIGHWAY SAFETY PLAN.—The term
‘State strategic highway safety plan’ means a plan developed
by the State transportation department that—
‘‘(A) is developed after consultation with—
‘‘(i) a highway safety representative of the Governor of the State;
‘‘(ii) regional transportation planning organizations
and metropolitan planning organizations, if any;
‘‘(iii) representatives of major modes of transportation;
‘‘(iv) State and local traffic enforcement officials;
‘‘(v) persons responsible for administering section
130 at the State level;
‘‘(vi) representatives conducting Operation Lifesaver;
‘‘(vii) representatives conducting a motor carrier
safety program under section 31102, 31106, or 31309
of title 49;
‘‘(viii) motor vehicle administration agencies; and
‘‘(ix) other major State and local safety stakeholders;
‘‘(B) analyzes and makes effective use of State, regional,
or local crash data;
‘‘(C) addresses engineering, management, operation,
education, enforcement, and emergency services elements
(including integrated, interoperable emergency communications) of highway safety as key factors in evaluating highway projects;
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‘‘(E) considers the results of State, regional, or local
transportation and highway safety planning processes;
‘‘(F) describes a program of projects or strategies to
reduce or eliminate safety hazards;
‘‘(G) is approved by the Governor of the State or a
responsible State agency; and
‘‘(H) is consistent with the requirements of section
135(g).
‘‘(b) PROGRAM.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall carry out a highway
safety improvement program.
‘‘(2) PURPOSE.—The purpose of the highway safety improvement program shall be to achieve a significant reduction in
traffic fatalities and serious injuries on public roads.
‘‘(c) ELIGIBILITY.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—To obligate funds apportioned under section 104(b)(5) to carry out this section, a State shall have
in effect a State highway safety improvement program under
which the State—
‘‘(A) develops and implements a State strategic highway safety plan that identifies and analyzes highway safety
problems and opportunities as provided in paragraph (2);
‘‘(B) produces a program of projects or strategies to
reduce identified safety problems;
‘‘(C) evaluates the plan on a regular basis to ensure
the accuracy of the data and priority of proposed improvements; and
‘‘(D) submits to the Secretary an annual report that—
‘‘(i) describes, in a clearly understandable fashion,
not less than 5 percent of locations determined by
the State, using criteria established in accordance with
paragraph (2)(B)(ii), as exhibiting the most severe
safety needs; and
‘‘(ii) contains an assessment of—
‘‘(I) potential remedies to hazardous locations
identified;
‘‘(II) estimated costs associated with those
remedies; and
‘‘(III) impediments to implementation other
than cost associated with those remedies.
‘‘(2) IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF HIGHWAY SAFETY
PROBLEMS AND OPPORTUNITIES.—As part of the State strategic
highway safety plan, a State shall—
‘‘(A) have in place a crash data system with the ability
to perform safety problem identification and countermeasure analysis;
‘‘(B) based on the analysis required by subparagraph
(A)—
‘‘(i) identify hazardous locations, sections, and elements (including roadside obstacles, railway-highway
crossing needs, and unmarked or poorly marked roads)
that constitute a danger to motorists (including motorcyclists), bicyclists, pedestrians, and other highway
users; and
‘‘(ii) using such criteria as the State determines
to be appropriate, establish the relative severity of

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those locations, in terms of accidents, injuries, deaths,
traffic volume levels, and other relevant data;
‘‘(C) adopt strategic and performance-based goals
that—
‘‘(i) address traffic safety, including behavioral and
infrastructure problems and opportunities on all public
roads;
‘‘(ii) focus resources on areas of greatest need; and
‘‘(iii) are coordinated with other State highway
safety programs;
‘‘(D) advance the capabilities of the State for traffic
records data collection, analysis, and integration with other
sources of safety data (such as road inventories) in a
manner that—
‘‘(i) complements the State highway safety program
under chapter 4 and the commercial vehicle safety
plan under section 31102 of title 49;
‘‘(ii) includes all public roads;
‘‘(iii) identifies hazardous locations, sections, and
elements on public roads that constitute a danger to
motorists (including motorcyclists), bicyclists, pedestrians, the disabled, and other highway users; and
‘‘(iv) includes a means of identifying the relative
severity of hazardous locations described in clause (iii)
in terms of accidents, injuries, deaths, and traffic
volume levels;
‘‘(E)(i) determine priorities for the correction of hazardous road locations, sections, and elements (including
railway-highway crossing improvements), as identified
through crash data analysis;
‘‘(ii) identify opportunities for preventing the development of such hazardous conditions; and
‘‘(iii) establish and implement a schedule of highway
safety improvement projects for hazard correction and
hazard prevention; and
‘‘(F)(i) establish an evaluation process to analyze and
assess results achieved by highway safety improvement
projects carried out in accordance with procedures and
criteria established by this section; and
‘‘(ii) use the information obtained under clause (i) in
setting priorities for highway safety improvement projects.
‘‘(d) ELIGIBLE PROJECTS.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—A State may obligate funds apportioned
to the State under section 104(b)(5) to carry out—
‘‘(A) any highway safety improvement project on any
public road or publicly owned bicycle or pedestrian pathway
or trail; or
‘‘(B) as provided in subsection (e), other safety projects.
‘‘(2) USE OF OTHER FUNDING FOR SAFETY.—
‘‘(A) EFFECT OF SECTION.—Nothing in this section prohibits the use of funds made available under other provisions of this title for highway safety improvement projects.
‘‘(B) USE OF OTHER FUNDS.—States are encouraged to
address the full scope of their safety needs and opportunities by using funds made available under other provisions
of this title (except a provision that specifically prohibits
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Certification.

Public
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‘‘(e) FLEXIBLE FUNDING FOR STATES WITH A STRATEGIC HIGHSAFETY PLAN.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—To further the implementation of a State
strategic highway safety plan, a State may use up to 10 percent
of the amount of funds apportioned to the State under section
104(b)(5) for a fiscal year to carry out safety projects under
any other section as provided in the State strategic highway
safety plan if the State certifies that—
‘‘(A) the State has met needs in the State relating
to railway-highway crossings; and
‘‘(B) the State has met the State’s infrastructure safety
needs relating to highway safety improvement projects.
‘‘(2) OTHER TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAY SAFETY PLANS.—
Nothing in this subsection requires a State to revise any State
process, plan, or program in effect on the date of enactment
of this section.
‘‘(f) HIGH RISK RURAL ROADS.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—After making an apportionment under
section 104(b)(5) for a fiscal year beginning after September
30, 2005, the Secretary shall ensure, from amounts made available to carry out this section for such fiscal year, that a total
of $90,000,000 of such apportionment is set aside by the States,
proportionally according to the share of each State of the total
amount so apportioned, for use only for construction and operational improvements on high risk rural roads.
‘‘(2) SPECIAL RULE.—A State may use funds apportioned
to the State pursuant to this subsection for any project under
this section if the State certifies to the Secretary that the
State has met all of State needs for construction and operational
improvements on high risk rural roads.
‘‘(g) REPORTS.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—A State shall submit to the Secretary
a report that—
‘‘(A) describes progress being made to implement highway safety improvement projects under this section;
‘‘(B) assesses the effectiveness of those improvements;
and
‘‘(C) describes the extent to which the improvements
funded under this section contribute to the goals of—
‘‘(i) reducing the number of fatalities on roadways;
‘‘(ii) reducing the number of roadway-related
injuries;
‘‘(iii) reducing the occurrences of roadway-related
crashes;
‘‘(iv) mitigating the consequences of roadwayrelated crashes; and
‘‘(v) reducing the occurrences of crashes at railwayhighway crossings.
‘‘(2) CONTENTS; SCHEDULE.—The Secretary shall establish
the content and schedule for a report under paragraph (1).
‘‘(3) TRANSPARENCY.—The Secretary shall make reports
submitted under subsection (c)(1)(D) available to the public
through—
‘‘(A) the Web site of the Department; and
‘‘(B) such other means as the Secretary determines
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‘‘(4) DISCOVERY AND ADMISSION INTO EVIDENCE OF CERTAIN
REPORTS, SURVEYS, AND INFORMATION.—Notwithstanding any
other provision of law, reports, surveys, schedules, lists, or
data compiled or collected for any purpose directly relating
to paragraph (1) or subsection (c)(1)(D), or published by the
Secretary in accordance with paragraph (3), shall not be subject
to discovery or admitted into evidence in a Federal or State
court proceeding or considered for other purposes in any action
for damages arising from any occurrence at a location identified
or addressed in such reports, surveys, schedules, lists, or other
data.
‘‘(h) FEDERAL SHARE OF HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENT
PROJECTS.—Except as provided in sections 120 and 130, the Federal
share of the cost of a highway safety improvement project carried
out with funds apportioned to a State under section 104(b)(5) shall
be 90 percent.’’.
(2) CLERICAL AMENDMENT.—The analysis for chapter 1 of
such title is amended by striking the item relating to section
148 and inserting the following:
‘‘148. Highway safety improvement program.’’.

(3) CONFORMING AMENDMENTS.—
(A) TRANSFERS OF APPORTIONMENTS.—Section 104(g)
of such title is amended in the first sentence by striking
‘‘sections 130, 144, and 152 of this title’’ and inserting
‘‘sections 130 and 144’’.
(B) UNIFORM TRANSFERABILITY.—Section 126(a) of such
title is amended by inserting ‘‘under’’ after ‘‘State’s apportionment’’.
(C) OTHER SECTIONS.—Sections 154, 164, and 409 of
such title are amended by striking ‘‘152’’ each place it
appears and inserting ‘‘148’’.
(b) APPORTIONMENT OF HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FUNDS.—Section 104(b) of such title (as amended by section
1103 of this Act) is amended—
(1) in the matter preceding paragraph (1), by inserting
after ‘‘Improvement program,’’ the following: ‘‘the highway
safety improvement program,’’; and
(2) by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(5) HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.—
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—For the highway safety improvement program, in accordance with the following formula:
‘‘(i) 331⁄3 percent of the apportionments in the ratio
that—
‘‘(I) the total lane miles of Federal-aid highways in each State; bears to
‘‘(II) the total lane miles of Federal-aid highways in all States.
‘‘(ii) 331⁄3 percent of the apportionments in the
ratio that—
‘‘(I) the total vehicle miles traveled on lanes
on Federal-aid highways in each State; bears to
‘‘(II) the total vehicle miles traveled on lanes
on Federal-aid highways in all States.
‘‘(iii) 331⁄3 percent of the apportionments in the
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‘‘(I) the number of fatalities on the Federalaid system in each State in the latest fiscal year
for which data are available; bears to
‘‘(II) the number of fatalities on the Federalaid system in all States in the latest fiscal year
for which data are available.
‘‘(B) MINIMUM APPORTIONMENT.—Notwithstanding
subparagraph (A), each State shall receive a minimum
of one-half of 1 percent of the funds apportioned under
this paragraph.’’.
(d) ELIMINATION OF HAZARDS RELATING TO RAILWAY-HIGHWAY
CROSSINGS.—
(1) FUNDS FOR PROTECTIVE DEVICES.—Section 130(e) of such
title is amended—
(A) by striking ‘‘At’’ and inserting the following:
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Before making an apportionment under
section 104(b)(5) for a fiscal year, the Secretary shall set aside,
from amounts made available to carry out the highway safety
improvement program under section 148 for such fiscal year,
at least $220,000,000 for the elimination of hazards and the
installation of protective devices at railway-highway crossings.
At’’; and
(B) by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(2) SPECIAL RULE.—If a State demonstrates to the satisfaction of the Secretary that the State has met all its needs
for installation of protective devices at railway-highway
crossings, the State may use funds made available by this
section for other purposes under this subsection.’’.
(2) APPORTIONMENT.—Section 130(f) of such title is
amended to read as follows:
‘‘(f) APPORTIONMENT.—
‘‘(1) FORMULA.—Fifty percent of the funds set aside to
carry out this section pursuant to subsection (e)(1) shall be
apportioned to the States in accordance with the formula set
forth in section 104(b)(3)(A), and 50 percent of such funds
shall be apportioned to the States in the ratio that total public
railway-highway crossings in each State bears to the total
of such crossings in all States.
‘‘(2) MINIMUM APPORTIONMENT.—Notwithstanding paragraph (1), each State shall receive a minimum of one-half
of 1 percent of the funds apportioned under paragraph (1).
‘‘(3) FEDERAL SHARE.—The Federal share payable on
account of any project financed with funds set aside to carry
out this section shall be 90 percent of the cost thereof.’’.
(3) BIENNIAL REPORTS TO CONGRESS.—Section 130(g) of such
title is amended in the third sentence—
(A) by inserting ‘‘and the Committee on Commerce,
Science, and Transportation,’’ after ‘‘Public Works’’; and
(B) by striking ‘‘not later than April 1 of each year’’
and inserting ‘‘, not later than April 1, 2006, and every
2 years thereafter,’’.
(4) EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS.—Section 130 of such title is
amended by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(k) EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS.—Not more than 2 percent of
funds apportioned to a State to carry out this section may be
used by the State for compilation and analysis of data in support
of activities carried out under subsection (g).’’.

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(e) TRANSITION.—
(1) IMPLEMENTATION.—Except as provided in paragraph
(2), the Secretary shall approve obligations of funds apportioned
under section 104(b)(5) of title 23, United States Code (as
added by subsection (b)), to carry out section 148 of that title,
only if, not later than October 1 of the second fiscal year
beginning after the date of enactment of this Act, a State
has developed and implemented a State strategic highway
safety plan as required pursuant to section 148(c) of that title.
(2) INTERIM PERIOD.—
(A) IN GENERAL.—Before October 1 of the second fiscal
year after the date of enactment of this Act and until
the date on which a State develops and implements a
State strategic highway safety plan, the Secretary shall
apportion funds to a State for the highway safety improvement program and the State may obligate funds apportioned to the State for the highway safety improvement
program under section 148 for projects that were eligible
for funding under sections 130 and 152 of that title, as
in effect on the day before the date of enactment of this
Act.
(B) NO STRATEGIC HIGHWAY SAFETY PLAN.—If a State
has not developed a strategic highway safety plan by
October 1, 2007, the State shall receive for the highway
safety improvement program for each subsequent fiscal
year until the date of development of such plan an amount
that equals the amount apportioned to the State for that
program for fiscal year 2007.

23 USC 148 note.
Deadline.

SEC. 1402. WORKER INJURY PREVENTION AND FREE FLOW OF VEHICULAR TRAFFIC.

Deadline.
Regulations.
23 USC 401 note.

Not later than 1 year after the date of enactment of this
Act, the Secretary shall issue regulations to decrease the likelihood
of worker injury and maintain the free flow of vehicular traffic
by requiring workers whose duties place them on or in close proximity to a Federal-aid highway (as defined in section 101 of title
23, United States Code) to wear high visibility garments. The
regulations may also require such other worker-safety measures
for workers with those duties as the Secretary determines to be
appropriate.
SEC. 1403. TOLL FACILITIES WORKPLACE SAFETY STUDY.

(a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall conduct a study on the
safety of highway toll collection facilities, including toll booths,
to determine the safety of the facilities for the toll collectors who
work in and around the facilities, including consideration of—
(1) the effect of design or construction of the facilities
on the likelihood of vehicle collisions with the facilities;
(2) the safety of crosswalks used by toll collectors in transit
to and from toll booths;
(3) the extent of the enforcement of speed limits in the
vicinity of the facilities;
(4) the use of warning devices, such as vibration and rumble
strips, to alert drivers approaching the facilities;
(5) the use of cameras to record traffic violations in the
vicinity of the facilities;
(6) the use of traffic control arms in the vicinity of the
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(7) law enforcement practices and jurisdictional issues that
affect safety in the vicinity of the facilities; and
(8) the incidence of accidents and injuries in the vicinity
of toll booths.
(b) DATA COLLECTION.—As part of the study, the Secretary
shall collect data regarding the incidence of accidents and injuries
in the vicinity of highway toll collection facilities.
(c) REPORT.—Not later than 1 year after the date of enactment
of this Act, the Secretary shall submit to the Committee on
Transportation and Infrastructure of the House of Representatives
and the Committee on Environment and Public Works of the Senate
a report on the results of the study, together with recommendations
for improving toll facilities workplace safety.
(d) FUNDING.—
(1) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—There is authorized to be appropriated to carry out this section, out of the
Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit Account),
$500,000 for fiscal year 2006.
(2) CONTRACT AUTHORITY.—Funds authorized to be appropriated by this section shall be available for obligation in the
same manner and to the same extent as if the funds were
apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code,
except that the Federal share of the cost of the project shall
be 100 percent, and the funds shall remain available until
expended and shall not be transferable.
23 USC 402 note.

SEC. 1404. SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROGRAM.

(a) ESTABLISHMENT.—Subject to the requirements of this section, the Secretary shall establish and carry out a safe routes
to school program for the benefit of children in primary and middle
schools.
(b) PURPOSES.—The purposes of the program shall be—
(1) to enable and encourage children, including those with
disabilities, to walk and bicycle to school;
(2) to make bicycling and walking to school a safer and
more appealing transportation alternative, thereby encouraging
a healthy and active lifestyle from an early age; and
(3) to facilitate the planning, development, and
implementation of projects and activities that will improve
safety and reduce traffic, fuel consumption, and air pollution
in the vicinity of schools.
(c) APPORTIONMENT OF FUNDS.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—Subject to paragraphs (2), (3), and (4),
amounts made available to carry out this section for a fiscal
year shall be apportioned among the States in the ratio that—
(A) the total student enrollment in primary and middle
schools in each State; bears to
(B) the total student enrollment in primary and middle
schools in all States.
(2) MINIMUM APPORTIONMENT.—No State shall receive an
apportionment under this section for a fiscal year of less than
$1,000,000.
(3) SET-ASIDE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES.—Before
apportioning under this subsection amounts made available
to carry out this section for a fiscal year, the Secretary shall
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administrative expenses of the Secretary in carrying out this
subsection.
(4) DETERMINATION OF STUDENT ENROLLMENTS.—Determinations under this subsection concerning student enrollments
shall be made by the Secretary.
(d) ADMINISTRATION OF AMOUNTS.—Amounts apportioned to a
State under this section shall be administered by the State’s department of transportation.
(e) ELIGIBLE RECIPIENTS.—Amounts apportioned to a State
under this section shall be used by the State to provide financial
assistance to State, local, and regional agencies, including nonprofit
organizations, that demonstrate an ability to meet the requirements
of this section.
(f) ELIGIBLE PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES.—
(1) INFRASTRUCTURE-RELATED PROJECTS.—
(A) IN GENERAL.—Amounts apportioned to a State
under this section may be used for the planning, design,
and construction of infrastructure-related projects that will
substantially improve the ability of students to walk and
bicycle to school, including sidewalk improvements, traffic
calming and speed reduction improvements, pedestrian and
bicycle crossing improvements, on-street bicycle facilities,
off-street bicycle and pedestrian facilities, secure bicycle
parking facilities, and traffic diversion improvements in
the vicinity of schools.
(B) LOCATION OF PROJECTS.—Infrastructure-related
projects under subparagraph (A) may be carried out on
any public road or any bicycle or pedestrian pathway or
trail in the vicinity of schools.
(2) NONINFRASTRUCTURE-RELATED ACTIVITIES.—
(A) IN GENERAL.—In addition to projects described in
paragraph (1), amounts apportioned to a State under this
section may be used for noninfrastructure-related activities
to encourage walking and bicycling to school, including
public awareness campaigns and outreach to press and
community leaders, traffic education and enforcement in
the vicinity of schools, student sessions on bicycle and
pedestrian safety, health, and environment, and funding
for training, volunteers, and managers of safe routes to
school programs.
(B) ALLOCATION.—Not less than 10 percent and not
more than 30 percent of the amount apportioned to a
State under this section for a fiscal year shall be used
for noninfrastructure-related activities under this subparagraph.
(3) SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL COORDINATOR.—Each State
receiving an apportionment under this section for a fiscal year
shall use a sufficient amount of the apportionment to fund
a full-time position of coordinator of the State’s safe routes
to school program.
(g) CLEARINGHOUSE.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall make grants to a
national nonprofit organization engaged in promoting safe
routes to schools to—
(A) operate a national safe routes to school clearinghouse;

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(B) develop information and educational programs on
safe routes to school; and
(C) provide technical assistance and disseminate techniques and strategies used for successful safe routes to
school programs.
(2) FUNDING.—The Secretary shall carry out this subsection
using amounts set aside for administrative expenses under
subsection (c)(3).
(h) TASK FORCE.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall establish a national
safe routes to school task force composed of leaders in health,
transportation, and education, including representatives of
appropriate Federal agencies, to study and develop a strategy
for advancing safe routes to school programs nationwide.
(2) REPORT.—Not later than March 31, 2006, the Secretary
shall submit to Congress a report containing the results of
the study conducted, and a description of the strategy developed, under paragraph (1) and information regarding the use
of funds for infrastructure-related and noninfrastructurerelated activities under paragraphs (1) and (2) of subsection
(f).
(3) FUNDING.—The Secretary shall carry out this subsection
using amounts set aside for administrative expenses under
subsection (c)(3).
(i) APPLICABILITY OF TITLE 23.—Funds made available to carry
out this section shall be available for obligation in the same manner
as if such funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23,
United States Code; except that such funds shall not be transferable
and shall remain available until expended, and the Federal share
of the cost of a project or activity under this section shall be
100 percent.
(j) TREATMENT OF PROJECTS.—Notwithstanding any other provision of law, projects assisted under this subsection shall be treated
as projects on a Federal-aid system under chapter 1 of title 23,
United States Code.
(k) DEFINITIONS.—In this section, the following definitions
apply:
(1) IN THE VICINITY OF SCHOOLS.—The term ‘‘in the vicinity
of schools’’ means, with respect to a school, the area within
bicycling and walking distance of the school (approximately
2 miles).
(2) PRIMARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOLS.—The term ‘‘primary
and middle schools’’ means schools providing education from
kindergarten through eighth grade.
23 USC 401 note.

SEC. 1405. ROADWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS FOR OLDER DRIVERS
AND PEDESTRIANS.

(a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall carry out a program
to improve traffic signs and pavement markings in all States (as
such term is defined in section 101 of title 23, United States
Code) in a manner consistent with the recommendations included
in the publication of the Federal Highway Administration entitled
‘‘Guidelines and Recommendations to Accommodate Older Drivers
and Pedestrians (FHWA–RD–01–103)’’ and dated October 2001.
(b) FEDERAL SHARE.—The Federal share of the cost of a project
carried out under this section shall be determined in accordance
with section 120 of title 23, United States Code.

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(c) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—There is authorized
to be appropriated such sums as may be necessary to carry out
this section for each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009.
SEC. 1406. SAFETY INCENTIVE GRANTS FOR USE OF SEAT BELTS.

Section 157(g)(1) of title 23, United States Code, is amended
by striking ‘‘2004, and’’ and all that follows through ‘‘2005’’ and
inserting ‘‘2004, and $112,000,000 for fiscal year 2005’’.
SEC. 1407. SAFETY INCENTIVES TO PREVENT OPERATION OF MOTOR
VEHICLES BY INTOXICATED PERSONS.

(a) CODIFICATION OF PENALTY.—Section 163 of title 23, United
States Code, is amended—
(1) by redesignating subsection (e) as subsection (f); and
(2) by inserting after subsection (d) the following:
‘‘(e) PENALTY.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—On October 1, 2003, and October 1 of
each fiscal year thereafter, if a State has not enacted or is
not enforcing a law described in subsection (a), the Secretary
shall withhold from amounts apportioned to the State on that
date under each of paragraphs (1), (3), and (4) of section 104(b)
an amount equal to the amount specified in paragraph (2).
‘‘(2) AMOUNT TO BE WITHHELD.—If a State is subject to
a penalty under paragraph (1), the Secretary shall withhold
for a fiscal year from the apportionments of the State described
in paragraph (1) an amount equal to a percentage of the funds
apportioned to the State under paragraphs (1), (3), and (4)
of section 104(b) for fiscal year 2003. The percentage shall
be as follows:
‘‘(A) For fiscal year 2004, 2 percent.
‘‘(B) For fiscal year 2005, 4 percent.
‘‘(C) For fiscal year 2006, 6 percent.
‘‘(D) For fiscal year 2007, and each fiscal year thereafter, 8 percent.
‘‘(3) FAILURE TO COMPLY.—If, within 4 years from the date
that an apportionment for a State is withheld in accordance
with this subsection, the Secretary determines that the State
has enacted and is enforcing a law described in subsection
(a), the apportionment of the State shall be increased by an
amount equal to the amount withheld. If, at the end of such
4-year period, any State has not enacted or is not enforcing
a law described in subsection (a) any amounts so withheld
from such State shall lapse.’’.
(b) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—Section 163(f)(1) of
such title (as redesignated by subsection (a)(1) of this section)
is amended by striking ‘‘2004, and’’ and inserting ‘‘2004, and
$110,000,000 for fiscal year 2005’’.
(c) REPEAL.—Section 351 of the Department of Transportation
and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2001 (23 U.S.C. 163
note; 114 Stat. 1356A–34) is repealed.

Deadline.

SEC. 1408. IMPROVEMENT OR REPLACEMENT OF HIGHWAY FEATURES
ON NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM.

(a) UPDATE OF IMPLEMENTATION GUIDANCE.—The Secretary,
in cooperation with the American Association of State Highway
and Transportation Officials, shall update as appropriate the
August 28, 1998, Federal Highway Administration Policy on
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of the National Research Council entitled ‘‘NCHRP Report 350–
Recommended Procedures for the Safety Performance Evaluation
of Highway Features’’.
(b) GUIDANCE.—The Secretary, in cooperation with the Association, shall publish updated guidance regarding the conditions under
which States, when choosing to improve or replace highway features
on the National Highway System, should improve or replace such
features with highway features that have been tested, evaluated,
and found to be acceptable under the guidelines of the report
referred to in subsection (a).
(c) MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED.—Guidance published in
accordance with subsection (a)—
(1) shall address those highway features that are covered
by the guidelines in the report referred to in subsection (b);
and
(2) shall consider types of highway features, cost-effectiveness, and practicality of replacement with highway features
that have been found to be acceptable under the report guidelines to determine conditions when such features should be
used.

Publication.

SEC. 1409. WORK ZONE SAFETY GRANTS.
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(a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall establish and implement
a work zone safety grant program under which the Secretary may
make grants to nonprofit organizations and not-for-profit organizations to provide training to prevent or reduce highway work zone
injuries and fatalities.
(b) ELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES.—Grants may be made under the program for the following purposes:
(1) Training for construction craft workers on the prevention of injuries and fatalities in highway and road construction.
(2) Development of guidelines for the prevention of highway
work zone injuries and fatalities.
(3) Training for State and local government transportation
agencies and other groups implementing guidelines for the
prevention of highway work zone injuries and fatalities.
(c) FUNDING.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—There is authorized to be appropriated
from the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit
Account) to carry out this section $5,000,000 for each of fiscal
years 2006 through 2009.
(2) CONTRACT AUTHORITY.—Funds authorized by this subsection shall be available for obligation in the same manner
as if the funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23,
United States Code; except that such funds shall not be
transferable.
(d) CONSTRUCTION WORK IN ALASKA.—Section 114 of title 23,
United States Code, is amended by adding at the end of the following:
‘‘(c) CONSTRUCTION WORK IN ALASKA.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall ensure that a worker
who is employed on a remote project for the construction of
a highway or portion of a highway located on a Federal-aid
system in the State of Alaska and who is not a domiciled
resident of the locality shall receive meals and lodging.

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‘‘(2) LODGING.—The lodging under paragraph (1) shall be
in accordance with section 1910.142 of title 29, Code of Federal
Regulations (relating to temporary labor camp requirements).
‘‘(3) PER DIEM.—
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—Contractors are encouraged to use
commercial facilities and lodges on remote projects, however, when such facilities are not available, per diem in
lieu of room and lodging may be paid on remote Federal
highway projects at a basic rate of $75.00 per day or
part of a day the worker is employed on the project. Where
the contractor provides or furnishes room and lodging or
pays a per diem, the cost of the amount shall not be
considered a part of wages and shall be excluded from
the calculation of wages.
‘‘(B) SECRETARY OF LABOR.—Such per diem rate shall
be adopted by the Secretary of Labor for all applicable
remote Federal highway projects in Alaska.
‘‘(C) EXCEPTION.—Per diem shall not be allowed on
any of the following remote projects for the construction
of a highway or portion of a highway located on a Federalaid system:
‘‘(i) West of Livengood on the Elliot Highway.
‘‘(ii) Mile 0 on the Dalton Highway to the North
Slope of Alaska; north of Mile 20 on the Taylor Highway.
‘‘(iii) East of Chicken on the Top of the World
Highway and south of Tetlin Junction to the Alaska
Canadian border.
‘‘(4) DEFINITIONS.—In this subsection, the following definitions apply:
‘‘(A) REMOTE.—The term ‘remote’, as used with respect
to a project, means that the project is 65 road miles or
more from the international airport in Fairbanks, Anchorage, or Juneau, Alaska, as the case may be, or is inaccessible by road in a 2-wheel drive vehicle.
‘‘(B) RESIDENT.—The term ‘resident’, as used with
respect to a project, means a person living within 65 road
miles of the midpoint of the project for at least 12 consecutive months prior to the award of the project.’’.
SEC. 1410. NATIONAL WORK ZONE SAFETY INFORMATION CLEARINGHOUSE.

23 USC 401 note.

(a) GRANTS.—The Secretary shall make grants for fiscal years
2006 through 2009 to a national nonprofit foundation for the operation of the National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse,
authorized by section 358(b)(2) of Public Law 104–59, created for
the purpose of assembling and disseminating, by electronic and
other means, information relating to improvement of roadway work
zone safety.
(b) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—There is authorized
to be appropriated out of the Highway Trust Fund (other than
the Mass Transit Account) to carry out this section $1,000,000
for each of fiscal years 2006 through 2009.
(c) CONTRACT AUTHORITY.—Funds authorized by this subsection
shall be available for obligation in the same manner as if the
funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States
Code, except the Federal share of the cost of activities carried

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out using such funds shall be 100 percent, and such funds shall
remain available until expended and shall not be transferable.
23 USC 402 note.

SEC. 1411. ROADWAY SAFETY.

(a) ROAD SAFETY.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall enter into an agreement to assist in the activities of a national nonprofit organization that is dedicated solely to improving public road safety—
(A) by improving the quality of data pertaining to
public road hazards and design features that affect or
increase the severity of motor vehicle crashes;
(B) by developing and carrying out a public awareness
campaign to educate State and local transportation officials,
public safety officials, and motorists regarding the extent
to which public road hazards and design features are a
factor in motor vehicle crashes; and
(C) by promoting public road safety research and technology transfer activities.
(2) FUNDING.—There is authorized to be appropriated from
the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit Account)
$500,000 for each of fiscal years 2006 through 2009 to carry
out this subsection.
(3) APPLICABILITY OF TITLE 23.—Funds made available by
this subsection shall be available for obligation in the same
manner as if such funds were apportioned under chapter 1
of title 23, United States Code, except that the funds shall
remain available until expended.
(b) BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN SAFETY GRANTS.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall make grants to a
national, not-for-profit organization engaged in promoting
bicycle and pedestrian safety—
(A) to operate a national bicycle and pedestrian
clearinghouse;
(B) to develop information and educational programs;
and
(C) to disseminate techniques and strategies for
improving bicycle and pedestrian safety.
(2) FUNDING.—There is authorized to be appropriated from
the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit Account)
$300,000 for fiscal year 2005 and $500,000 for each of fiscal
years 2006 through 2009 to carry out this subsection.
(3) APPLICABILITY OF TITLE 23.—Funds made available by
this subsection shall be available for obligation in the same
manner as if such funds were apportioned under chapter 1
of title 23, United States Code, except that the funds shall
remain available until expended.

Contracts.

SEC. 1412. IDLING REDUCTION FACILITIES IN INTERSTATE RIGHTSOF-WAY.

Section 111 of title 23, United States Code, is amended by
adding at the end the following:
‘‘(d) IDLING REDUCTION FACILITIES IN INTERSTATE RIGHTS-OFWAY.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Notwithstanding subsection (a), a State
may—
‘‘(A) permit electrification or other idling reduction
facilities and equipment, for use by motor vehicles used
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areas, and in safety rest areas, constructed or located on
rights-of-way of the Interstate System in the State, so
long as those idling reduction measures do not reduce
the existing number of designated truck parking spaces
at any given rest or recreation area; and
‘‘(B) charge a fee, or permit the charging of a fee,
for the use of those parking spaces actively providing power
to a truck to reduce idling.
‘‘(2) PURPOSE.—The exclusive purpose of the facilities
described in paragraph (1) (or similar technologies) shall be
to enable operators of motor vehicles used for commercial
purposes—
‘‘(A) to reduce idling of a truck while parked in the
rest or recreation area; and
‘‘(B) to use installed or other equipment specifically
designed to reduce idling of a truck, or provide alternative
power for supporting driver comfort, while parked.’’.

Subtitle E—Construction and Contract
Efficiency
SEC. 1501. PROGRAM EFFICIENCIES.

(a) ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION.—Section 115 of title 23, United
States Code, is amended—
(1) by redesignating subsection (c) as subsection (d); and
(2) by striking subsections (a) and (b) and inserting the
following:
‘‘(a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary may authorize a State to
proceed with a project authorized under this title—
‘‘(1) without the use of Federal funds; and
‘‘(2) in accordance with all procedures and requirements
applicable to the project other than those procedures and
requirements that limit the State to implementation of a
project—
‘‘(A) with the aid of Federal funds previously apportioned or allocated to the State; or
‘‘(B) with obligation authority previously allocated to
the State.
‘‘(b) OBLIGATION OF FEDERAL SHARE.—The Secretary, on the
request of a State and execution of a project agreement, may obligate all or a portion of the Federal share of a project authorized
to proceed under this section from any category of funds for which
the project is eligible.’’.
(b) OBLIGATION AND RELEASE OF FUNDS.—Section 118(d) of
such title is amended to read as follows:
‘‘(d) OBLIGATION AND RELEASE OF FUNDS.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Funds apportioned or allocated to a State
for a purpose for any fiscal year shall be considered to be
obligated if a sum equal to the total of the funds apportioned
or allocated to the State for that purpose for that fiscal year
and previous fiscal years is obligated.
‘‘(2) RELEASED FUNDS.—Any funds released by the final
payment for a project, or by modifying the project agreement
for a project, shall be—
‘‘(A) credited to the same class of funds previously
apportioned or allocated to the State for the project; and

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‘‘(B) immediately available for obligation.
‘‘(3) NET OBLIGATIONS.—Notwithstanding any other provision of law (including a regulation), obligations recorded against
funds made available under this subsection shall be recorded
and reported as net obligations.’’.

23 USC 114 note.

SEC. 1502. HIGHWAYS FOR LIFE PILOT PROGRAM.

(a) ESTABLISHMENT.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall establish and implement a pilot program to be known as the ‘‘Highways for LIFE
Pilot Program’’.
(2) PURPOSE.—The purpose of the pilot program shall be
to advance longer-lasting highways using innovative technologies and practices to accomplish the fast construction of
efficient and safe highways and bridges.
(3) OBJECTIVES.—Under the pilot program, the Secretary
shall provide leadership and incentives to demonstrate and
promote state-of-the-art technologies, elevated performance
standards, and new business practices in the highway construction process that result in improved safety, faster construction,
reduced congestion from construction, and improved quality
and user satisfaction.
(b) PROJECTS.—
(1) APPLICATIONS.—To be eligible to participate in the pilot
program, a State shall submit to the Secretary an application
that is in such form and contains such information as the
Secretary requires. Each application shall contain a description
of proposed projects to be carried by the State under the pilot
program.
(2) ELIGIBILITY.—A proposed project shall be eligible for
assistance under the pilot program if the project—
(A) constructs, reconstructs, or rehabilitates a route
or connection on a Federal-aid highway eligible for assistance under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code;
(B) uses innovative technologies, manufacturing processes, financing, or contracting methods that improve
safety, reduce congestion due to construction, and improve
quality; and
(C) meets additional criteria as determined by the Secretary.
(3) PROJECT PROPOSAL.—A project proposal submitted
under paragraph (1) shall contain—
(A) an identification and description of the projects
to be delivered;
(B) a description of how the projects will result in
improved safety, faster construction, reduced congestion
due to construction, user satisfaction, and improved quality;
(C) a description of the innovative technologies, manufacturing processes, financing, and contracting methods
that will be used for the proposed projects; and
(D) such other information as the Secretary may
require.
(4) SELECTION CRITERIA.—In selecting projects for approval
under this section, the Secretary shall ensure that the projects
provide an evaluation of a broad range of technologies in a
wide variety of project types and shall give priority to the
projects that—

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(A) address achieving the Highways for LIFE performance standards for quality, safety, and speed of construction;
(B) deliver and deploy innovative technologies, manufacturing processes, financing, contracting practices, and
performance measures that will demonstrate substantial
improvements in safety, congestion, quality, and costeffectiveness;
(C) include innovation that will lead to change in the
administration of the State’s transportation program to
more quickly construct long-lasting, high-quality, cost-effective projects that improve safety and reduce congestion;
(D) are or will be ready for construction within 1 year
of approval of the project proposal; and
(E) meet such other criteria as the Secretary determines appropriate.
(5) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE.—
(A) FUNDS FOR HIGHWAYS FOR LIFE PROJECTS.—Out
of amounts made available to carry out this section for
a fiscal year, the Secretary may allocate to a State up
to 20 percent, but not more than $5,000,000, of the total
cost of a project approved under this section. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds allocated to
a State under this subparagraph may be applied to the
non-Federal share of the cost of construction of a project
under title 23, United States Code.
(B) USE OF APPORTIONED FUNDS.—A State may obligate
not more than 10 percent of the amount apportioned to
the State under one or more of paragraphs (1), (2), (3),
and (4) of section 104(b) of title 23, United States Code,
for a fiscal year for projects approved under this section.
(C) INCREASED FEDERAL SHARE.—Notwithstanding sections 120 and 129 of title 23, United States Code, the
Federal share payable on account of any project constructed
with Federal funds allocated under this section, or apportioned under section 104(b) of such title, to a State under
such title and approved under this section may amount
to 100 percent of the cost of construction of such project.
(D) LIMITATION ON STATUTORY CONSTRUCTION.—Except
as provided in subparagraph (C), nothing in this subsection
shall be construed as altering or otherwise affecting the
applicability of the requirements of chapter 1 of title 23,
United States Code (including requirements relating to
the eligibility of a project for assistance under the program
and the location of the project), to amounts apportioned
to a State for a program under section 104(b) that are
obligated by the State for projects approved under this
subsection.
(6) PROJECT SELECTIONS.—In the period of fiscal years 2005
through 2009, the Secretary, to the maximum extent possible,
shall approve at least 1 project in each State for participation
in the pilot program and for financial assistance under paragraph (5) if the State submits an application and the project
meets the eligibility requirements and selection criteria under
this subsection.

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(7) MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PROJECTS.—The maximum
number of projects for which the Secretary may allocate funds
under this subsection in a fiscal year is 15.
(c) TECHNOLOGY PARTNERSHIPS.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary may make grants or enter
into cooperative agreements or other transactions to foster the
development, improvement, and creation of innovative technologies and facilities to improve safety, enhance the speed
of highway construction, and improve the quality and durability
of highways.
(2) FEDERAL SHARE.—The Federal share of the cost of an
activity carried out under this subsection shall not exceed 80
percent.
(d) TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND INFORMATION DISSEMINATION.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall conduct a highways
for life technology transfer program.
(2) AVAILABILITY OF INFORMATION.—The Secretary shall
ensure that the information and technology used, developed,
or deployed under this subsection is made available to the
transportation community and the public.
(e) STAKEHOLDER INPUT AND INVOLVEMENT.—The Secretary
shall establish a process for stakeholder input and involvement
in the development, implementation, and evaluation of the Highways for LIFE Pilot Program. The process may include participation
by representatives of State departments of transportation and other
interested persons.
(f) PROJECT MONITORING AND EVALUATION.—The Secretary
shall monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of any activity carried
out under this section.
(g) CONTRACT AUTHORITY.—Except as otherwise provided in
this section, funds authorized to be appropriated to carry out this
section shall be available for obligation in the same manner as
if the funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United
States Code.
(h) STATE DEFINED.—In this section, the term ‘‘State’’ has the
meaning such term has in section 101(a) of title 23, United States
Code.
SEC. 1503. DESIGN BUILD.

Section 112(b)(3) of title 23, United States Code, is amended—
(1) by redesignating subparagraph (D) as subparagraph
(E); and
(2) by striking subparagraph (C) and inserting the following:
‘‘(C) QUALIFIED PROJECTS.—A qualified project referred
to in subparagraph (A) is a project under this chapter
(including intermodal projects) for which the Secretary has
approved the use of design-build contracting under criteria
specified in regulations issued by the Secretary.
‘‘(D) REGULATORY PROCESS.—Not later than 90 days
after the date of enactment of the SAFETEA–LU, the Secretary shall issue revised regulations under section 1307(c)
of the Transportation Equity Act for 21st Century (23
U.S.C. 112 note; 112 Stat. 230) that—

Deadline.
Regulations.

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‘‘(i) do not preclude a State transportation department or local transportation agency, prior to compliance with section 102 of the National Environmental
Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4332), from—
‘‘(I) issuing requests for proposals;
‘‘(II) proceeding with awards of design-build
contracts; or
‘‘(III) issuing notices to proceed with preliminary design work under design-build contracts;
‘‘(ii) require that the State transportation department or local transportation agency receive concurrence from the Secretary before carrying out an activity
under clause (i); and
‘‘(iii) preclude the design-build contractor from proceeding with final design or construction of any permanent improvement prior to completion of the process
under such section 102.’’.

Subtitle F—Finance
SEC.

1601.

TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE
INNOVATION ACT AMENDMENTS.

FINANCE

AND

(a) DEFINITIONS.—Section 181 of title 23, United States Code,
is amended—
(1) in paragraph (3) by striking ‘‘category’’ and ‘‘offered
into the capital markets’’;
(2) by striking paragraph (7) and redesignating paragraphs
(8) through (15) as paragraphs (7) through (14), respectively;
(3) in paragraph (8) (as redesignated by paragraph (2)
of this subsection)—
(A) in subparagraph (B) by striking the period at the
end and inserting a semicolon; and
(B) by striking subparagraph (D) and inserting the
following:
‘‘(D) a project that—
‘‘(i) is a project—
‘‘(I) for a public freight rail facility or a private
facility providing public benefit for highway users;
‘‘(II) for an intermodal freight transfer facility;
‘‘(III) for a means of access to a facility
described in subclause (I) or (II);
‘‘(IV) for a service improvement for a facility
described in subclause (I) or (II) (including a capital investment for an intelligent transportation
system); or
‘‘(V) that comprises a series of projects
described in subclauses (I) through (IV) with the
common objective of improving the flow of goods;
‘‘(ii) may involve the combining of private and
public sector funds, including investment of public
funds in private sector facility improvements; and
‘‘(iii) if located within the boundaries of a port
terminal, includes only such surface transportation
infrastructure modifications as are necessary to facilitate direct intermodal interchange, transfer, and access
into and out of the port.’’; and

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(4) in paragraph (10) (as redesignated by paragraph (2)
of this subsection) by striking ‘‘bond’’ and inserting ‘‘credit’’.
(b) DETERMINATION OF ELIGIBILITY.—Section 182(a) of such title
is amended—
(1) by striking paragraphs (1) and (2) and inserting the
following:
‘‘(1) INCLUSION IN TRANSPORTATION PLANS AND PROGRAMS.—
The project shall satisfy the applicable planning and programming requirements of sections 134 and 135 at such time as
an agreement to make available a Federal credit instrument
is entered into under this subchapter.
‘‘(2) APPLICATION.—A State, local government, public
authority, public-private partnership, or any other legal entity
undertaking the project and authorized by the Secretary, shall
submit a project application to the Secretary.’’;
(2) in paragraph (3)(A)(i) by striking ‘‘$100,000,000’’ and
inserting ‘‘$50,000,000’’;
(3) in paragraph (3)(A)(ii) by striking ‘‘50’’ and inserting
‘‘331⁄3’’;
(4) in paragraph (3)(B) by striking ‘‘$30,000,000’’ and
inserting ‘‘$15,000,000’’; and
(5) in paragraph (4)—
(A) by striking ‘‘Project financing’’ and inserting ‘‘The
Federal credit instrument’’; and
(B) by inserting before the period at the end ‘‘that
also secure the project obligations’’.
(c) PROJECT SELECTION.—Section 182(b) of such title is
amended—
(1) in paragraph (1) by striking ‘‘criteria’’ the second place
it appears and inserting ‘‘requirements’’; and
(2) in paragraph (2)(B) by inserting ‘‘, which may be the
Federal credit instrument,’’ after ‘‘obligations’’.
(d) SECURED LOANS.—
(1) AGREEMENTS.—Section 183(a)(1) of such title is
amended—
(A) in subparagraph (A) by inserting ‘‘of any project
selected under section 602’’ after ‘‘costs’’;
(B) by striking the semicolon at the end of subparagraph (B) and all that follows through ‘‘under section 182.’’
and inserting ‘‘of any project selected under section 602;
or’’; and
(C) by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(C) to refinance long-term project obligations or Federal credit instruments if such refinancing provides additional funding capacity for the completion, enhancement,
or expansion of any project that—
‘‘(i) is selected under section 602; or
‘‘(ii) otherwise meets the requirements of section
602.’’.
(2) INVESTMENT-GRADE RATING REQUIREMENT.—Section
183(a)(4) of such title is amended—
(A) by striking ‘‘The funding’’ and inserting ‘‘The execution’’; and
(B) by striking the first comma and all that follows
through ‘‘1 rating agency’’.
(3) TERMS AND LIMITATIONS.—Section 183(b) of such title
is amended—

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(A) in paragraph (2)—
(i) by inserting ‘‘the lesser of’’ after ‘‘exceed’’; and
(ii) by inserting ‘‘or, if the secured loan does not
receive an investment grade rating, the amount of
the senior project obligations’’ after ‘‘costs’’;
(B) in paragraph (3)(A)(i) by inserting ‘‘that also secure
the senior project obligations’’ after ‘‘sources’’; and
(C) in paragraph (4) by striking ‘‘marketable’’.
(4) REPAYMENT.—Section 183(c) of such title is amended—
(A) by striking paragraph (3);
(B) by redesignating paragraphs (4) and (5) as paragraphs (3) and (4), respectively;
(C) in paragraph (3)(A) (as redesignated by subparagraph (B) of this paragraph) by striking ‘‘during the 10
years’’; and
(D) in subparagraph (3)(B)(ii) (as so redesignated) by
striking ‘‘loan’’ and all that follows and inserting ‘‘loan.’’.
(e) LINES OF CREDIT.—
(1) TERMS AND LIMITATIONS.—Section 184(b) of such title
is amended—
(A) by striking paragraph (2) and inserting the following:
‘‘(2) MAXIMUM AMOUNTS.—The total amount of the line
of credit shall not exceed 33 percent of the reasonably anticipated eligible project costs.’’;
(B) in paragraph (3) by striking ‘‘, any debt service
reserve fund, and any other available reserve’’ and inserting
‘‘but not including reasonably required financing reserves’’;
(C) in paragraph (4)—
(i) by striking ‘‘marketable’’;
(ii) by striking ‘‘on which’’ and inserting ‘‘of execution of ’’; and
(iii) by striking ‘‘is obligated’’ and inserting ‘‘agreement’’;
(D) in paragraph (5)(A)(i) by inserting ‘‘that also secure
the senior project obligations’’ after ‘‘sources’’; and
(E) in paragraph (6) by striking ‘‘line of credit’’ and
inserting ‘‘full amount of the line of credit, to the extent
not drawn upon,’’.
(2) REPAYMENT.—Section 184(c) of such title is amended—
(A) in paragraph (2)—
(i) by striking ‘‘scheduled’’;
(ii) by inserting ‘‘be scheduled to’’ after ‘‘shall’’;
and
(iii) by striking ‘‘be fully repaid, with interest,’’
and inserting ‘‘to conclude, with full repayment of principal and interest,’’; and
(B) by striking paragraph (3).
(f) PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION.—Section 185 of such title is
amended to read as follows:
‘‘§ 185. Program administration
‘‘(a) REQUIREMENT.—The Secretary shall establish a uniform
system to service the Federal credit instruments made available
under this subchapter.
‘‘(b) FEES.—

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‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary may collect and spend
fees, contingent upon authority being provided in appropriations Acts, at a level that is sufficient to cover—
‘‘(A) the costs of services of expert firms retained pursuant to subsection (d); and
‘‘(B) all or a portion of the costs to the Federal Government of servicing the Federal credit instruments.
‘‘(c) SERVICER.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary may appoint a financial
entity to assist the Secretary in servicing the Federal credit
instruments.
‘‘(2) DUTIES.—The servicer shall act as the agent for the
Secretary.
‘‘(3) FEE.—The servicer shall receive a servicing fee, subject
to approval by the Secretary.
‘‘(d) ASSISTANCE FROM EXPERT FIRMS.—The Secretary may
retain the services of expert firms, including counsel, in the field
of municipal and project finance to assist in the underwriting and
servicing of Federal credit instruments.’’.
(g) FUNDING.—Section 188 of such title is amended to read
as follows:
‘‘§ 188. Funding
‘‘(a) FUNDING.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—There is authorized to be appropriated
from the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit
Account) to carry out this subchapter $122,000,000 for each
of fiscal years 2005 through 2009.
‘‘(2) AVAILABILITY.—Amounts made available to carry out
this chapter shall remain available until expended.
‘‘(3) ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS.—From funds made available
to carry out this chapter, the Secretary may use, for the
administration of this subchapter, not more than $2,200,000
for each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009.
‘‘(b) CONTRACT AUTHORITY.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Notwithstanding any other provision of
law, approval by the Secretary of a Federal credit instrument
that uses funds made available under this subchapter shall
impose upon the United States a contractual obligation to fund
the Federal credit investment.
‘‘(2) AVAILABILITY.—Amounts authorized under this section
for a fiscal year shall be available for obligation on October
1 of the fiscal year.’’.
(h) DATES FOR SUBMISSION OF REPORTS.—Section 189 of such
title is amended—
(1) by striking the section designation and heading and
inserting the following:
‘‘§ 189. Reports to Congress’’;
(2) by striking ‘‘Not later than 4 years after the date
of enactment of this subchapter,’’ and inserting ‘‘On June 1,
2006, and every 2 years thereafter,’’; and
(3) by striking ‘‘subchapter’’ each place it appears and
inserting ‘‘chapter (other than section 610)’’.

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(i) CLERICAL AMENDMENT.—The analysis for chapter 1 of such
title is amended by striking the item relating to section 185 and
inserting the following:
‘‘185. Program administration.’’.
SEC. 1602. STATE INFRASTRUCTURE BANKS.

(a) IN GENERAL.—Subchapter II of chapter 1 of title 23, United
States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:
‘‘§ 190. State infrastructure bank program
‘‘(a) DEFINITIONS.—In this section, the following definitions
apply:
‘‘(1) CAPITAL PROJECT.—The term ‘capital project’ has the
meaning such term has under section 5302 of title 49.
‘‘(2) OTHER FORMS OF CREDIT ASSISTANCE.—The term ‘other
forms of credit assistance’ includes any use of funds in an
infrastructure bank—
‘‘(A) to provide credit enhancements;
‘‘(B) to serve as a capital reserve for bond or debt
instrument financing;
‘‘(C) to subsidize interest rates;
‘‘(D) to insure or guarantee letters of credit and credit
instruments against credit risk of loss;
‘‘(E) to finance purchase and lease agreements with
respect to transit projects;
‘‘(F) to provide bond or debt financing instrument security; and
‘‘(G) to provide other forms of debt financing and
methods of leveraging funds that are approved by the Secretary and that relate to the project with respect to which
such assistance is being provided.
‘‘(3) STATE.—The term ‘State’ has the meaning such term
has under section 401.
‘‘(4) CAPITALIZATION.—The term ‘capitalization’ means the
process used for depositing funds as initial capital into a State
infrastructure bank to establish the infrastructure bank.
‘‘(5) COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT.—The term ‘cooperative
agreement’ means written consent between a State and the
Secretary which sets forth the manner in which the infrastructure bank established by the State in accordance with this
section will be administered.
‘‘(6) LOAN.—The term ‘loan’ means any form of direct financial assistance from a State infrastructure bank that is required
to be repaid over a period of time and that is provided to
a project sponsor for all or part of the costs of the project.
‘‘(7) GUARANTEE.—The term ‘guarantee’ means a contract
entered into by a State infrastructure bank in which the bank
agrees to take responsibility for all or a portion of a project
sponsor’s financial obligations for a project under specified
conditions.
‘‘(8) INITIAL ASSISTANCE.—The term ‘initial assistance’
means the first round of funds that are loaned or used for
credit enhancement by a State infrastructure bank for projects
eligible for assistance under this section.
‘‘(9) LEVERAGE.—The term ‘leverage’ means a financial
structure used to increase funds in a State infrastructure bank
through the issuance of debt instruments.

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‘‘(10) LEVERAGED.—The term ‘leveraged’, as used with
respect to a State infrastructure bank, means that the bank
has total potential liabilities that exceed the capital of the
bank.
‘‘(b) COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS.—Subject to the provisions of
this section, the Secretary may enter into cooperative agreements
with States for the establishment of State infrastructure banks
for making loans and providing other forms of credit assistance
to public and private entities carrying out or proposing to carry
out projects eligible for assistance under this section.
‘‘(c) INTERSTATE COMPACTS.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Congress grants consent to two or more
of the States, entering into a cooperative agreement under
subsection (a) with the Secretary for the establishment by
such States of a multistate infrastructure bank in accordance
with this section, to enter into an interstate compact establishing such bank in accordance with this section.
‘‘(2) RESERVATION OF RIGHTS.—The right to alter, amend,
or repeal interstate compacts entered into under this subsection
is expressly reserved.
‘‘(d) FUNDING.—
‘‘(1) HIGHWAY ACCOUNT.—Subject to subsection (j), the Secretary may permit a State entering into a cooperative agreement under this section to establish a State infrastructure
bank to deposit into the highway account of the bank not
to exceed—
‘‘(A) 10 percent of the funds apportioned to the State
for each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009 under each
of sections 104(b)(1), 104(b)(3), 104(b)(4), and 144; and
‘‘(B) 10 percent of the funds allocated to the State
for each of such fiscal years under section 105.
‘‘(2) TRANSIT ACCOUNT.—Subject to subsection (j), the Secretary may permit a State entering into a cooperative agreement under this section to establish a State infrastructure
bank, and any other recipient of Federal assistance under section 5307, 5309, or 5311 of title 49, to deposit into the transit
account of the bank not to exceed 10 percent of the funds
made available to the State or other recipient in each of fiscal
years 2005 through 2009 for capital projects under each of
such sections.
‘‘(3) RAIL ACCOUNT.—Subject to subsection (j), the Secretary
may permit a State entering into a cooperative agreement
under this section to establish a State infrastructure bank,
and any other recipient of Federal assistance under subtitle
V of title 49, to deposit into the rail account of the bank
funds made available to the State or other recipient in each
of fiscal years 2005 through 2009 for capital projects under
such subtitle.
‘‘(4) CAPITAL GRANTS.—
‘‘(A) HIGHWAY ACCOUNT.—Federal funds deposited into
a highway account of a State infrastructure bank under
paragraph (1) shall constitute for purposes of this section
a capitalization grant for the highway account of the bank.
‘‘(B) TRANSIT ACCOUNT.—Federal funds deposited into
a transit account of a State infrastructure bank under
paragraph (2) shall constitute for purposes of this section
a capitalization grant for the transit account of the bank.

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‘‘(C) RAIL ACCOUNT.—Federal funds deposited into a
rail account of a State infrastructure bank under paragraph
3 shall constitute for purposes of this section a capitalization grant for the rail account of the bank.
‘‘(5) SPECIAL RULE FOR URBANIZED AREAS OF OVER 200,000.—
Funds in a State infrastructure bank that are attributed to
urbanized areas of a State with urbanized populations of over
200,000 under section 133(d)(3) may be used to provide assistance with respect to a project only if the metropolitan planning
organization designated for such area concurs, in writing, with
the provision of such assistance.
‘‘(6) DISCONTINUANCE OF FUNDING.—If the Secretary determines that a State is not implementing the State’s infrastructure bank in accordance with a cooperative agreement entered
into under subsection (b), the Secretary may prohibit the State
from contributing additional Federal funds to the bank.
‘‘(e) FORMS OF ASSISTANCE FROM INFRASTRUCTURE BANKS.—
An infrastructure bank established under this section may make
loans or provide other forms of credit assistance to a public or
private entity in an amount equal to all or a part of the cost
of carrying out a project eligible for assistance under this section.
The amount of any loan or other form of credit assistance provided
for the project may be subordinated to any other debt financing
for the project. Initial assistance provided with respect to a project
from Federal funds deposited into an infrastructure bank under
this section may not be made in the form of a grant.
‘‘(f) ELIGIBLE PROJECTS.—Subject to subsection (e), funds in
an infrastructure bank established under this section may be used
only to provide assistance for projects eligible for assistance under
this title and capital projects defined in section 5302 of title 49,
and any other projects relating to surface transportation that the
Secretary determines to be appropriate.
‘‘(g) INFRASTRUCTURE BANK REQUIREMENTS.—In order to establish an infrastructure bank under this section, the State establishing the bank shall—
‘‘(1) deposit in cash, at a minimum, into each account
of the bank from non-Federal sources an amount equal to
25 percent of the amount of each capitalization grant made
to the State and deposited into such account; except that,
if the deposit is into the highway account of the bank and
the State has a non-Federal share under section 120(b) that
is less than 25 percent, the percentage to be deposited from
non-Federal sources shall be the lower percentage of such grant;
‘‘(2) ensure that the bank maintains on a continuing basis
an investment grade rating on its debt, or has a sufficient
level of bond or debt financing instrument insurance, to maintain the viability of the bank;
‘‘(3) ensure that investment income derived from funds
deposited to an account of the bank are—
‘‘(A) credited to the account;
‘‘(B) available for use in providing loans and other
forms of credit assistance to projects eligible for assistance
from the account; and
‘‘(C) invested in United States Treasury securities,
bank deposits, or such other financing instruments as the
Secretary may approve to earn interest to enhance the
leveraging of projects assisted by the bank;

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Deadline.

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‘‘(4) ensure that any loan from the bank will bear interest
at or below market interest rates, as determined by the State,
to make the project that is the subject of the loan feasible;
‘‘(5) ensure that repayment of any loan from the bank
will commence not later than 5 years after the project has
been completed or, in the case of a highway project, the facility
has opened to traffic, whichever is later;
‘‘(6) ensure that the term for repaying any loan will not
exceed 30 years after the date of the first payment on the
loan; and
‘‘(7) require the bank to make an annual report to the
Secretary on its status no later than September 30 of each
year and such other reports as the Secretary may require
under guidelines issued to carry out this section.
‘‘(h) APPLICABILITY OF FEDERAL LAW.—
‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—The requirements of this title and title
49 that would otherwise apply to funds made available under
this title or such title and projects assisted with those funds
shall apply to—
‘‘(A) funds made available under this title or such
title and contributed to an infrastructure bank established
under this section, including the non-Federal contribution
required under subsection (g); and
‘‘(B) projects assisted by the bank through the use
of the funds,
except to the extent that the Secretary determines that any
requirement of such title (other than sections 113 and 114
of this title and section 5333 of title 49) is not consistent
with the objectives of this section.
‘‘(2) REPAYMENTS.—The requirements of this title and title
49 shall apply to repayments from non-Federal sources to an
infrastructure bank from projects assisted by the bank. Such
a repayment shall be considered to be Federal funds.
‘‘(i) UNITED STATES NOT OBLIGATED.—The deposit of Federal
funds into an infrastructure bank established under this section
shall not be construed as a commitment, guarantee, or obligation
on the part of the United States to any third party, nor shall
any third party have any right against the United States for payment solely by virtue of the contribution. Any security or debtfinancing instrument issued by the infrastructure bank shall
expressly state that the security or instrument does not constitute
a commitment, guarantee, or obligation of the United States.
‘‘(j) MANAGEMENT OF FEDERAL FUNDS.—Sections 3335 and 6503
of title 31 shall not apply to funds deposited into an infrastructure
bank under this section.
‘‘(k) PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION.—For each of fiscal years 2005
through 2009, a State may expend not to exceed 2 percent of
the Federal funds contributed to an infrastructure bank established
by the State under this section to pay the reasonable costs of
administering the bank.’’.
(b) PREPARATORY AMENDMENTS.—
(1) SECTION 181.—Section 181 of such title is amended—
(A) by striking the section designator and heading
and inserting the following:

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‘‘§ 181. Generally applicable provisions’’;
(B) by striking ‘‘In this subchapter’’ and inserting the
following:
‘‘(a) DEFINITIONS.—In this chapter’’;
(C) in paragraph (5) by striking ‘‘184’’ and inserting
‘‘604’’;
(D) in paragraph (11) (as redesignated by section
1601(a) of this Act) by striking ‘‘183’’ and inserting ‘‘603’’;
and
(E) by adding at the end the following:
‘‘(b) TREATMENT OF CHAPTER.—For purposes of this title, this
chapter shall be treated as being part of chapter 1.’’.
(2) SECTION 182.—Section 182(b)(2)(A)(viii) of such title
is amended by inserting ‘‘and chapter 1’’ after ‘‘this chapter’’.
(3) SECTION 183.—Section 183(a)(3) of such title is amended
by striking ‘‘182(b)(2)(B)’’ and inserting ‘‘602(b)(2)(B)’’.
(4) SECTION 184.—Section 184 of such title is amended—
(A) in subsection (a)(1) by striking ‘‘182’’ and inserting
‘‘602’’;
(B) in subsection (a)(3) by striking ‘‘182(b)(2)(B)’’ and
inserting ‘‘602(b)(2)(B)’’; and
(C) in subsection (b)(10) by striking ‘‘183’’ and inserting
‘‘603’’.
(5) REFERENCES IN SUBCHAPTER.—Subchapter II of chapter
1 of such title is amended by striking ‘‘this subchapter’’ each
place it appears and inserting ‘‘this chapter’’.
(6) SUBCHAPTER HEADINGS.—Chapter 1 of such title is further amended—
(A) by striking ‘‘SUBCHAPTER I—GENERAL PROVISIONS’’ preceding section 101; and
(B) by striking ‘‘SUBCHAPTER II—INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE’’ preceding section 181.
(c) CHAPTER 6.—Such title is further amended by adding at
the end the following:

23 USC 181–183,
185–188.

‘‘CHAPTER 6—INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE
‘‘Sec.
‘‘601.
‘‘602.
‘‘603.
‘‘604.
‘‘605.
‘‘606.
‘‘607.
‘‘608.
‘‘609.
‘‘610.

Generally applicable provisions.
Determination of eligibility and project selection.
Secured loans.
Lines of credit.
Program administration.
State and local permits.
Regulations.
Funding.
Reports to Congress.
State infrastructure bank program.’’.

(d) MOVING AND REDESIGNATING.—Such title is further
amended—
(1) by redesignating sections 181 through 189 as sections
601 through 609, respectively;
(2) by moving such sections from chapter 1 to chapter
6 (as added by subsection (c)); and
(3) by inserting such sections after the analysis for chapter
6.
(e) ANALYSIS FOR CHAPTER 1 AND TABLE OF CHAPTERS.—
(1) ANALYSIS FOR CHAPTER 1.—The analysis for chapter
1 of such title is amended—

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(A) by striking the headings for subchapters I and
II; and
(B) by striking the items relating to sections 181
through 189.
(2) TABLE OF CHAPTERS.—The table of chapters for such
title is amended by inserting after the item relating to chapter
5 the following:

‘‘6. Infrastructure Finance ..................................................................................... 601.’’.
23 USC 118 note.

SEC. 1603. USE OF EXCESS FUNDS AND FUNDS FOR INACTIVE
PROJECTS.

(a) DEFINITIONS.—In this section, the following definitions
apply:
(1) ELIGIBLE FUNDS.—
(A) IN GENERAL.—The term ‘‘eligible funds’’ means
excess funds or inactive funds for a specific transportation
project or activity that were—
(i) allocated before fiscal year 1991; and
(ii) designated in a public law, or a report accompanying a public law, for allocation for the specific
surface transportation project or activity.
(B) INCLUSION.—The term ‘‘eligible funds’’ includes
funds described in subparagraph (A) that were allocated
and designated for a demonstration project.
(2) EXCESS FUNDS.—The term ‘‘excess funds’’ means—
(A) funds obligated for a specific transportation project
or activity that remain available for the project or activity
after the project or activity has been completed or canceled;
or
(B) an unobligated balance of funds allocated for a
transportation project or activity that the State in which
the project or activity was to be carried out certifies are
no longer needed for the project or activity.
(3) INACTIVE FUNDS.—The term ‘‘inactive funds’’ means—
(A) an obligated balance of Federal funds for an eligible
transportation project or activity against which no expenditures have been charged during any 1-year period beginning after the date of obligation of the funds; and
(B) funds that are available to carry out a transportation project or activity in a State, but, as certified by
the State, are unlikely to be advanced for the project or
activity during the 1-year period beginning on the date
of certification.
(b) AVAILABILITY FOR STP PURPOSES.—Eligible funds shall be—
(1) made available in accordance with this section to the
State that originally received the funds; and
(2) available for obligation for any eligible purpose under
section 133 of title 23, United States Code.
(c) RETENTION FOR ORIGINAL PURPOSE.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary may determine that
eligible funds identified as inactive funds shall remain available
for the purpose for which the funds were initially made available if the applicable State certifies that the funds are necessary
for that initial purpose.
(2) REPORT.—A certification provided by a State under
paragraph (1) shall include a report on the status of, and

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an estimated completion date for, the project that is the subject
of the certification.
(d) AUTHORITY TO OBLIGATE.—Notwithstanding the original
source or period of availability of eligible funds, the Secretary
may, on the request by a State—
(1) obligate the funds for any eligible purpose under section
133 of title 23, United States Code; or
(2)(A) deobligate the funds; and
(B) reobligate the funds for any eligible purpose under
that section.
(e) APPLICABILITY.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—Subject to paragraph (2), this section
applies only to eligible funds.
(2) DISCRETIONARY ALLOCATIONS; SECTION 125 PROJECTS.—
This section does not apply to funds that are—
(A) allocated at the discretion of the Secretary and
for which the Secretary has the authority to withdraw
the allocation for use on other projects; or
(B) made available to carry out projects under section
125 of title 23, United States Code.
(f) PERIOD OF AVAILABILITY; TITLE 23 REQUIREMENTS.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—Notwithstanding the original source or
period of availability of eligible funds obligated, or deobligated
and reobligated, under subsection (d), the eligible funds—
(A) shall remain available for obligation for a period
of 3 fiscal years after the fiscal year in which this Act
is enacted; and
(B) except as provided in paragraph (2), shall be subject
to the requirements of title 23, United States Code, that
apply to section 133 of that title, including provisions
relating to Federal share.
(2) EXCEPTION.—With respect to eligible funds described
in paragraph (1)—
(A) section 133(d) of title 23, United States Code, shall
not apply; and
(B) the period of availability of the eligible funds shall
be determined in accordance with this section.
(g) REPORT.—Not later than 1 year after the date of enactment
of this Act, and annually thereafter, the Secretary shall submit
to the Committee on Environment and Public Works of the Senate
and the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the
House of Representatives a report describing any action taken
by the Secretary under this section.
(h) SENSE OF CONGRESS REGARDING USE OF ELIGIBLE FUNDS.—
It is the sense of Congress that eligible funds made available
under this Act or title 23, United States Code, should be available
for obligation for transportation projects and activities in the same
geographic region for which the eligible funds were initially made
available.
SEC. 1604. TOLLING.

(a) VALUE PRICING PILOT PROGRAM.—Section 1012(b)(8) of the
Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (23 U.S.C.
149 note; 105 Stat. 1938) is amended—
(1) by redesignating subparagraphs (A) and (B) as subparagraphs (C) and (D), respectively; and

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(2) by inserting before subparagraph (C) (as redesignated
by paragraph (1)) the following:
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—There are authorized to be appropriated to the Secretary from the Highway Trust Fund
(other than the Mass Transit Account) to carry out this
subsection—
‘‘(i) for fiscal year 2005, $11,000,000; and
‘‘(ii) for each of fiscal years 2006 through 2009,
$12,000,000.
‘‘(B) SET-ASIDE FOR PROJECTS NOT INVOLVING HIGHWAY
TOLLS.—Of the amounts made available to carry out this
subsection, $3,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2006 through
2009 shall be available only for congestion pricing pilot
projects that do not involve highway tolls.’’.
(b) EXPRESS LANES DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM.—
(1) DEFINITIONS.—In this subsection, the following definitions apply:
(A) ELIGIBLE TOLL FACILITY.—The term ‘‘eligible toll
facility’’ includes—
(i) a facility in existence on the date of enactment
of this Act that collects tolls;
(ii) a facility in existence on the date of enactment
of this Act that serves high occupancy vehicles;
(iii) a facility modified or constructed after the
date of enactment of this Act to create additional tolled
lane capacity (including a facility constructed by a
private entity or using private funds); and
(iv) in the case of a new lane added to a previously
non-tolled facility, only the new lane.
(B) NONATTAINMENT AREA.—The term ‘‘nonattainment
area’’ has the meaning given that term in section 171
of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7501).
(2) DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM.—Notwithstanding sections
129 and 301 of title 23, United States Code, the Secretary
shall carry out 15 demonstration projects during the period
of fiscal years 2005 through 2009 to permit States, public
authorities, or a public or private entities designated by States,
to collect a toll from motor vehicles at an eligible toll facility
for any highway, bridge, or tunnel, including facilities on the
Interstate System—
(A) to manage high levels of congestion;
(B) to reduce emissions in a nonattainment area or
maintenance area; or
(C) to finance the expansion of a highway, for the
purpose of reducing traffic congestion, by constructing one
or more additional lanes (including bridge, tunnel, support,
and other structures necessary for that construction) on
the Interstate System.
(3) LIMITATION ON USE OF REVENUES.—
(A) USE.—
(i) IN GENERAL.—Toll revenues received under
paragraph (2) shall be used by a State, public
authority, or private entity designated by a State, for—
(I) debt service;
(II) a reasonable return on investment of any
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(III) the costs necessary for proper operation
and maintenance of any facilities under paragraph
(2) (including reconstruction, resurfacing, restoration, and rehabilitation); or
(IV) if the State, public authority, or private
entity annually certifies that the tolled facility is
being adequately operated and maintained, any
other purpose relating to a highway or transit
project carried out under title 23 or 49, United
States Code.
(B) REQUIREMENTS.—
(i) VARIABLE PRICE REQUIREMENT.—A facility that
charges tolls under this subsection may establish a
toll that varies in price according to time of day or
level of traffic, as appropriate to manage congestion
or improve air quality.
(ii) HOV VARIABLE PRICING REQUIREMENT.—The
Secretary shall require, for each high occupancy vehicle
facility that charges tolls under this subsection, that
the tolls vary in price according to time of day or
level of traffic, as appropriate to manage congestion
or improve air quality.
(iii) HOV PASSENGER REQUIREMENTS.—Pursuant to
section 166 of title 23, United States Code, a State
may permit motor vehicles with fewer than two occupants to operate in high occupancy vehicle lanes as
part of a variable toll pricing program established
under this subsection.
(C) AGREEMENT.—
(i) IN GENERAL.—Before the Secretary may permit
a facility to charge tolls under this subsection, the
Secretary and the applicable State, public authority,
or private entity designated by a State shall enter
into an agreement for each facility incorporating the
conditions described in subparagraphs (A) and (B).
(ii) TERMINATION.—An agreement under clause (i)
shall terminate with respect to a facility upon the
decision of the State, public authority, or private entity
designated by a State to discontinue the variable
tolling program under this subsection for the facility.
(iii) DEBT.—If there is any debt outstanding on
a facility at the time at which the decision is made
to discontinue the program under this subsection with
respect to the facility, the facility may continue to
charge tolls in accordance with the terms of the agreement until such time as the debt is retired.
(D) LIMITATION ON FEDERAL SHARE.—The Federal share
of the cost of a project on a facility tolled under this
subsection, including a project to install the toll collection
facility shall be a percentage, not to exceed 80 percent,
determined by the applicable State.
(4) ELIGIBILITY.—To be eligible to participate in the program under this subsection, a State, public authority, or private
entity designated by a State shall provide to the Secretary—
(A) a description of the congestion or air quality problems sought to be addressed under the program;
(B) a description of—

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(i) the goals sought to be achieved under the program; and
(ii) the performance measures that would be used
to gauge the success made toward reaching those goals;
and
(C) such other information as the Secretary may
require.
(5) AUTOMATION.—Fees collected from motorists using an
express lane shall be collected only through the use of noncash
electronic technology that optimizes the free flow of traffic
on the tolled facility.
(6) INTEROPERABILITY.—
(A) IN GENERAL.—Not later than 180 days after the
date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall promulgate a final rule specifying requirements, standards, or
performance specifications for automated toll collection systems implemented under this section.
(B) DEVELOPMENT.—In developing that rule, which
shall be designed to maximize the interoperability of electronic collection systems, the Secretary shall, to the maximum extent practicable—
(i) seek to accelerate progress toward the national
goal of achieving a nationwide interoperable electronic
toll collection system;
(ii) take into account the use of noncash electronic
technology currently deployed within an appropriate
geographical area of travel and the noncash electronic
technology likely to be in use within the next 5 years;
and
(iii) seek to minimize additional costs and maximize convenience to users of toll facility and to the
toll facility owner or operator.
(7) REPORTING.—
(A) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary, in cooperation with
State and local agencies and other program participants
and with opportunity for public comment, shall—
(i) develop and publish performance goals for each
express lane project;
(ii) establish a program for regular monitoring and
reporting on the achievement of performance goals,
including—
(I) effects on travel, traffic, and air quality;
(II) distribution of benefits and burdens;
(III) use of alternative transportation modes;
and
(IV) use of revenues to meet transportation
or impact mitigation needs.
(B) REPORTS TO CONGRESS.—The Secretary shall
submit to the Committee on Environment and Public Works
of the Senate and the Committee on Transportation and
Infrastructure of the House of Representatives—
(i) not later than 1 year after the date of enactment
of this Act, and annually thereafter, a report that
describes in detail the uses of funds under this subsection in accordance with paragraph (8)(D); and
(ii) not later than 3 years after the date of enactment of this Act, and every 3 years thereafter, a report

Regulations.
Deadline.

Public
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that describes any success of the program under this
subsection in meeting congestion reduction and other
performance goals established for express lane programs.
(c) INTERSTATE SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION TOLL PILOT PROGRAM.—
(1) ESTABLISHMENT.—The Secretary shall establish and
implement an Interstate System construction toll pilot program
under which the Secretary, notwithstanding sections 129 and
301 of title 23, United States Code, may permit a State or
an interstate compact of States to collect tolls on a highway,
bridge, or tunnel on the Interstate System for the purpose
of constructing Interstate highways.
(2) LIMITATION ON NUMBER OF FACILITIES.—The Secretary
may permit the collection of tolls under this section on three
facilities on the Interstate System.
(3) ELIGIBILITY.—To be eligible to participate in the pilot
program, a State shall submit to the Secretary an application
that contains, at a minimum, the following:
(A) An identification of the facility on the Interstate
System proposed to be a toll facility.
(B) In the case of a facility that affects a metropolitan
area, an assurance that the metropolitan planning
organization designated under section 134 or 135 for the
area has been consulted concerning the placement and
amount of tolls on the facility.
(C) An analysis demonstrating that financing the
construction of the facility with the collection of tolls under
the pilot program is the most efficient and economical
way to advance the project.
(D) A facility management plan that includes—
(i) a plan for implementing the imposition of tolls
on the facility;
(ii) a schedule and finance plan for the construction
of the facility using toll revenues;
(iii) a description of the public transportation
agency that will be responsible for implementation and
administration of the pilot program;
(iv) a description of whether consideration will be
given to privatizing the maintenance and operational
aspects of the facility, while retaining legal and
administrative control of the portion of the Interstate
route; and
(v) such other information as the Secretary may
require.
(4) SELECTION CRITERIA.—The Secretary may approve the
application of a State under paragraph (3) only if the Secretary
determines that—
(A) the State’s analysis under paragraph (3)(C) is
reasonable;
(B) the State plan for implementing tolls on the facility
takes into account the interests of local, regional, and interstate travelers;
(C) the State plan for construction of the facility using
toll revenues is reasonable;
(D) the State will develop, manage, and maintain a
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(E) the State has given preference to the use of a
public toll agency with demonstrated capability to build,
operate, and maintain a toll expressway system meeting
criteria for the Interstate System.
(5) PROHIBITION ON NONCOMPETE AGREEMENTS.—Before the
Secretary may permit a State to participate in the pilot program, the State must enter into an agreement with the Secretary that provides that the State will not enter into an
agreement with a private person under which the State is
prevented from improving or expanding the capacity of public
roads adjacent to the toll facility to address conditions resulting
from traffic diverted to such roads from the toll facility,
including—
(A) excessive congestion;
(B) pavement wear; and
(C) an increased incidence of traffic accidents, injuries,
or fatalities.
(6) LIMITATIONS ON USE OF REVENUES; AUDITS.—Before the
Secretary may permit a State to participate in the pilot program, the State must enter into an agreement with the Secretary that provides that—
(A) all toll revenues received from operation of the
toll facility will be used only for—
(i) debt service;
(ii) reasonable return on investment of any private
person financing the project; and
(iii) any costs necessary for the improvement of
and the proper operation and maintenance of the toll
facility, including reconstruction, resurfacing, restoration, and rehabilitation of the toll facility; and
(B) regular audits will be conducted to ensure compliance with subparagraph (A) and the results of such audits
will be transmitted to the Secretary.
(7) LIMITATION ON USE OF INTERSTATE MAINTENANCE
FUNDS.—During the term of the pilot program, funds apportioned for Interstate maintenance under section 104(b)(4) of
title 23, United States Code, may not be used on a facility
for which tolls are being collected under the program.
(8) PROGRAM TERM.—The Secretary may approve an
application of a State for permission to collect a toll under
this section only if the application is received by the Secretary
before the last day of the 10-year period beginning on the
date of enactment of this Act.
(9) INTERSTATE SYSTEM DEFINED.—In this section, the term
‘‘Interstate System’’ has the meaning such term has under
section 101 of title 23, United States Code.

Contracts.

Contracts.

Subtitle G—High Priority Projects
SEC. 1701. HIGH PRIORITY PROJECTS PROGRAM.

(a) AUTHORIZATION OF HIGH PRIORITY PROJECTS.—Section
117(a) of title 23, United States Code, is amended to read as
follows:
‘‘(a) AUTHORIZATION OF HIGH PRIORITY PROJECTS.—

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‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary is authorized to carry
out high priority projects with funds made available to carry
out the high priority projects program under this section.
‘‘(2) AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS.—
‘‘(A) FOR TEA–21.—Of amounts made available to carry
out this section for fiscal years 1998 through 2003, the
Secretary, subject to subsection (b), shall make available
to carry out each project described in section 1602 of the
Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century the amount
listed for such project in such section.
‘‘(B) FOR SAFETEA–LU.—Of amounts made available to
carry out this section for fiscal years 2005 through 2009,
the Secretary, subject to subsection (b), shall make available to carry out each project described in section 1702
of the SAFETEA–LU the amount listed for such project
in such section.
‘‘(3) AVAILABILITY OF UNALLOCATED FUNDS.—Any amounts
made available to carry out such program that are not allocated
for projects described in such section shall be available to
the Secretary, subject to subsection (b), to carry out such other
high priority projects as the Secretary determines appropriate.’’.
(b) ALLOCATION PERCENTAGES.—Section 117(b) of such title is
amended to read as follows:
‘‘(b) FOR TEA–21.—For each project to be carried out with
funds made available to carry out the high priority projects program
under this section for fiscal years 1998 through 2003—
‘‘(1) 11 percent of such amount shall be available for obligation beginning in fiscal year 1998;
‘‘(2) 15 percent of such amount shall be available for obligation beginning in fiscal year 1999;
‘‘(3) 18 percent of such amount shall be available for obligation beginning in fiscal year 2000;
‘‘(4) 18 percent of such amount shall be available for obligation beginning in fiscal year 2001;
‘‘(5) 19 percent of such amount shall be available for obligation beginning in fiscal year 2002; and
‘‘(6) 19 percent of such amount shall be available for obligation beginning in fiscal year 2003.
‘‘(c) FOR SAFETEA–LU.—For each project to be carried out
with funds made available to carry out the high priority projects
program under this section for fiscal years 2005 through 2009—
‘‘(1) 20 percent of such amount shall be available for obligation beginning in fiscal year 2005;
‘‘(2) 20 percent of such amount shall be available for obligation beginning in fiscal year 2006;
‘‘(3) 20 percent of such amount shall be available for obligation beginning in fiscal year 2007;
‘‘(4) 20 percent of such amount shall be available for obligation beginning in fiscal year 2008; and
‘‘(5) 20 percent of such amount shall be available for obligation beginning in fiscal year 2009.’’.
(c) ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION.—Section 117(e) of such title is
amended—
(1) in paragraph (1) by inserting after ‘‘21st Century’’ the
following: ‘‘or section 1701 of the SAFETEA–LU, as the case
may be,’’; and

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(2) by striking ‘‘section 1602 of the Transportation Equity
Act for the 21st Century.’’ and inserting ‘‘such section 1602
or 1702, as the case may be.’’
(d) AVAILABILITY OF OBLIGATION LIMITATION.—Section 117(g)
of such title is amended by inserting after ‘‘21st Century’’ the
following: ‘‘or section 1102(g) of the SAFETEA–LU, as the case
may be’’.
(e) FEDERAL-STATE RELATIONSHIP.—Section 145(b) of such title
is amended—
(1) by inserting after ‘‘described in’’ the following: ‘‘section
1702 of the SAFETEA–LU,’’;
(2) by inserting after ‘‘for such projects by’’ the following:
‘‘section 1101(a)(16) of the SAFETEA–LU,’’; and
(3) by striking ‘‘117 of title 23, United States Code,’’ and
inserting ‘‘section 117 of this title,’’.
SEC. 1702. PROJECT AUTHORIZATIONS.

Subject to section 117 of title 23, United States Code, the
amount listed for each high priority project in the following table
shall be available (from amounts made available by section
1101(a)(16) of this Act) for fiscal years 2005 through 2009 to carry
out each such project:
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects

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CA

2

CA

3

TN

4

CA

5

OH

6

IL

7

NE

8

TX

9

MI

10

IL

11

TN

12

MI

13

AR

14

WA

Construct safe access to streets for bicyclists
and pedestrians including crosswalks, sidewalks and traffic calming measures, Covina
Develop and implement ITS master plan in
Anaheim ...........................................................
Improve circuitry on vehicle protection device
installed at highway/RR crossing in Athens,
TN .....................................................................
Builds a pedestrian bridge from Hiller Street
to the Bay Trail, Belmont ...............................
Renovate and expand National Packard Museum and adjacent historic Packard facilities
Land acquisition for the widening of Rt. 47 in
Yorkville, IL .....................................................
Interstate 80 Interchange at Pflug Road,
Sarpy County, Nebraska .................................
Construction of Segment #1 of Morrison Road
for the City of Brownsville .............................
I–96 at Latson Road Interchange improvements ................................................................
Preconstruction and Construction of IL 83 at
IL 132 ...............................................................
Add third lane on U.S. 27 (State Route 29) for
truck-climbing lane and realignment of
roadway at Wolf Creek Road to Old U.S. 27
north of Robbins ..............................................
Reconfiguration of U.S. 31 from the Manistee
Bascule Bridge to Lincoln Street in the City
of Manistee ......................................................
Bentonville, Arkansas—Widen and improve I–
540 and SH 102 Interchange ..........................
Interstate 5 and 41st Street/Broadway Interchange and Arterial Improvement Project,
Everett ..............................................................

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$800,000
$47,200
$1,960,000
$2,750,000
$4,000,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$4,800,000
$800,000

$4,800,000
$600,000
$1,420,000
$3,180,000

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State

Project Description

15

CA

16

OK

17

NJ

18

OH

19

TN

20

NY

21

IL

22

PA

23

NY

24

TX

25
26

IL
IL

27

MN

28

CA

29

TN

30

NY

31

IL

32

FL

33

MD

34

TN

35

CA

36

IL

37

MN

38

LA

Reconstruct and deep-lift asphalt on various
roads throughout the district in Santa Barbara County .....................................................
Improving the I–35 Interchange at Milepost 1
Near Thackerville ............................................
Laurel Avenue Bridge replacement in Holmdel
Township ..........................................................
Construct overpass over CSX Railroad on Columbia Road (State Route 252), Olmsted
Falls ..................................................................
Reconstruct and widen U.S. 72 from south of
State Route 175 to State Route 57, Shelby
County ..............................................................
Construct roundabout at Oregon Road—
Westbrook Drive—Red Mill Road in Town of
Cortlandt ..........................................................
Construct Bike, Pedestrian Paths, Orland
Hills ..................................................................
Construct I–79/Rte 3025 missing ramps at
Jackson Township, PA ....................................
John Street Extension-Lehigh Station Road to
Bailey Road in the Town of Henrietta ...........
Extension of SH 349 to U.S. 87 Relief Route in
Dawson County ...............................................
Parking facility in Peoria, IL .............................
Construct Interchange on Interstate 255/Davis
Ferry Road, Dupo ............................................
Construction and right-of-way acquisition for
interchange at TH 65 and TH 242 in Blaine,
MN ....................................................................
Huntington Beach, Remove off-ramp on I–405
at Beach Blvd. Construct fourth lane on I–
405 North, at the Beach Blvd. interchange ..
Addition of an interchange on I–40 in Roane
County at Buttermilk Road and I–40 ............
Purchase Three Ferries and Establish System
for Ferry Service from Rockaway Peninsula
to Manhattan ...................................................
Reconstruction of Mockingbird Lane and
Stratford St, Granite City ..............................
Construction a new multi-lane tunnel below
the channel to link the Port of Miami on
Dodge Island with I–395 on Watson Island
and I–95 in Downtown Miami ........................
Rehabilitation of West Baltimore Trail and
Implementation of Pedestrian Improvements
Along Associated Roadways ...........................
Removal and Reconfiguration of Interstate
Ramps/I–40 ......................................................
Replace structurally unsafe Winters Bridge for
vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians between
Yolo and Solano Counties ...............................
City of Havana, Illinois Upgrades to Broadway
Street ................................................................
Construction of Gitchi-Gami State Trail from
Cascade River to Grand Marais .....................
Develop master transportation plan for the
New Orleans Regional Medical Center .........

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$1,600,000
$800,000
$448,000
$800,000
$380,000
$320,000
$920,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$800,000
$17,500,000
$3,200,000
$400,000
$2,400,000
$15,000,000
$1,600,000

$400,000
$720,000
$2,400,000
$1,600,000
$762,058
$900,000
$400,000

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Project Description

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VA

40

MA

41

NC

42

IA

43

CA

44

TX

45

NY

46
47

CA
MA

48

NY

49

OK

50

PA

51

CA

52

MI

53
54
55

PA
IA
TN

56
57

OR
IL

58

FL

59

GA

60

LA

61

MO

62

TX

63

UT

64

PA

Final Design and Construction for improvements at I–64 and City Line Road, Virginia
Beach and Chesapeake ...................................
Replacement of Cross Street Bridge spanning
flood prone Aberjona River, Winchester ........
Construction of and improvement to I–73, I–
74, and U.S. 220 in Montgomery and Randolph Counties, NC .........................................
Access and transportation enhancements to
access Lake Belva Deer, Sigourney ...............
Roadway surface improvements, street lighting, and storm drain improvements to South
Center Street from Baughman Road to State
Route 78/86, Westmorland .............................
Construct two connectors between SH 288 and
Beltway 8 .........................................................
Implement Central NY highway grade crossing and grade separation project ...................
Douglas St. Improvements, El Segundo ............
Reconstruction of Massachusetts Avenue including safety improvements and related pedestrian, bike way in Arlington .....................
Reconstruction of Rt. 5, 8, 12 (North South Arterial) Burrstone Rd. to Oriskany Circle,
City of Utica .....................................................
Construction of Norman highway-rail Grade
Separation ........................................................
Construction of the Montour Trail, Great Allegheny Passage .................................................
Route 1 San Pedro Creek Bridge replacement
in Pacifica ........................................................
South Lyon, 2nd St. between Warren and
Haggadorn ........................................................
Street improvements, Abington Township ........
Study of a direct link to I–80, Pella ..................
Knoxville, TN Cessna Rd. Improving At-Grade
highway-railroad Crossings ............................
Construct bike/pedestrian path, Powers ...........
IL 29 from IL 6 to I–180—Phase 2 study and
land acquisition ...............................................
Construct a new bridge at Indian Street, Martin County ........................................................
Improve sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and add
landscaping in downtown Glennville .............
Continue planning and construction of the
New Orleans Regional Planning Commission
Mississippi River trail in St. John,
Plaquemines St. Bernard and St. Charles
parishes ............................................................
Road widening and curb and gutter improvements on Hwy 33 in Kearney .........................
The SH 146, Port Rd. direct connectors allows
traffic bypass several rail lines and traffic
signals at, near intersection of SH 146 and
Port Rd .............................................................
Reconstruct South Moore Cut-off Road in
Emery County ..................................................
Improvements to exits along Interstate 81 in
Franklin County, PA—Antrim Road .............

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Amount

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$800,000
$800,000
$8,800,000
$1,600,000

$640,000
$1,800,000
$1,600,000
$3,200,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$2,500,000
$100,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$76,800
$440,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$400,000

$1,520,000
$2,400,000

$10,560,000
$7,500,000
$6,560,000

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119 STAT. 1259

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

65

OH

66

TN

67

RI

68

NY

69
70

NC
NY

71

PA

72

NY

73
74

IL
MO

75
76
77
78

AZ
LA
WA

79

NY

80

PA

81

VA

82

NY

83
84
85

IL
CA
NY

86

IA

87
88

MO
PA

89

WA

90

CA

91

PA

92

NJ

93

PA

94
95

WV
FL

96

MN

Plan and construct the Southeast Arterial
Connector highway at Delaware, Ohio ..........
To construct transportation enhancements on
a multi-faceted greenway in downtown Columbia on the Duck River ..............................
New Interchange constructed from I–195 to
Taunton and Warren Avenue in East Providence .................................................................
Town of Chester reconstruction of Walton
Lake Estates subdivision and related roads
Extend M.L. King, Jr., Boulevard in Monroe ...
Town of Fishkill Old Glenham Road (aka
Washington Ave.) reconstruction ...................
U.S. Route 13 Corridor Reconstruction, Redevelopment and Beautification, Bucks County
Rochester and Southern Highway-Rail Grade
Crossing Bypass, Silver Springs, New York
Upgrade streets in the City of Rushville, IL ....
Construct 2 lanes on Chouteau Trafficway
from MO 210 to I–35 .......................................
U.S. 60 to Gonzalez Pass ....................................
Interstate lighting system (I–10 and LA 93) ....
...............................................................................
SR 704 Cross-Base Highway, Spanaway Loop
Road to SR 7 ....................................................
Village of Brewster Main Street and Route 6
related construction and improvements ........
Design and construct relocation of U.S. 11 between Ridge Hill and Hempt Roads ..............
Improve Route 42 (Main Street) in Bridgewater, Virginia .................................................
Construction of Route 59 Palisades Interstate
Parkway to Route 303 .....................................
Improve University Drive, Macomb ..................
Adams Street Rehabilitation Project, Glendale
Construct grade separation-interchange between Taconic Parkway and Pudding Street
Construction of 100th St. interchange on I–35/
I–80, Urbandale ...............................................
Lewis and Clark Expressway ............................
Mercer County, PA I–79 and PA 208 Interchange Improvement Project ..........................
Plan to relieve traffic until North-South freeway Hwy 2 .......................................................
San Diego River Multiuse Bicycle and Pedestrian Path .........................................................
Construction of the Lafayette Street extension
project in Montgomery County, PA ...............
Construct new ramps between I–295 and
Route 42 ...........................................................
Construct SR 29 Wal-mart to River Betterment, Eaton Tunkhannock, Wyoming County .......................................................................
Construct Shawnee Parkway .............................
Improve pedestrian and bicycle sidewalks,
lighting, and ADA ramps—Main Street,
Canal Street, Miramar ....................................
Reconstruct CSAH 19 from CSAH 36 to CSAH
2, Morrison County .........................................

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$6,400,000
$4,640,000
$64,000
$1,600,000
$260,400
$4,000,000
$1,464,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$3,040,000
$240,000
$0
$1,200,000
$780,000
$4,544,000
$400,000
$1,000,000
$400,000
$310,400
$1,160,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$2,400,000
$440,000
$400,000
$9,120,000
$4,000,000
$1,360,000
$880,000
$480,000
$160,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

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12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

97

TN

98
99

MN
MI

100

NY

101

NY

102
103

IL
TN

104

AL

105

MS

106

WA

107

TX

108

MI

109

PA

110

OH

111

WI

112

MN

113

NY

114

FL

115
116
117

IL
WA
FL

118
119
120

MO
WY
LA

121

NC

122

CA

123

MO

Develop trails, bike paths and recreational facilities on Bird Mountain, Morgan County
for Cumberland Trail State Park ...................
Lyndale Avenue Bridge, Richfield .....................
Provide a bypass around the Village of Almont
during M–53 reconstruction which is contiguous with Macomb County .............................
Town of Wallkill new construction road-tunnel
under Rt. 17 .....................................................
Village of Cold Spring Main Street and ancillary road and sidewalk improvements ..........
West Ridge Nature Preserve, Chicago ..............
Widen Campbell Station Road in Knoxville,
TN .....................................................................
Widen Hwy 84 to 4 lanes west of I–65 from
Evergreen to Monroeville and beyond to the
State of AL line ...............................................
Widen State Highway 57 from I–10 through
Vancleave .........................................................
Widening SR 527 from 2 lanes to 5 from
Bothell to Mill Creek ......................................
Paving of County Roads 3230 and 3240 connecting FM 1158 to FM 1159 Northeast of
Clarksville, TX .................................................
Construct improvements to Finkbeiner Road
from Patterson Road to Whitneyville Road
in Barry County, and new bridge over
Thornapple River .............................................
York Road improvements from Horsham Road
to Summit Avenue, Borough of Hatboro .......
Construct Highland Road pedestrian path and
intersection improvements at Highland and
Bishop Roads in the City of Highland
Heights, OH .....................................................
Reconstruct Wisconsin State Highway 21 at I–
94 interchange .................................................
Safety improvements and intersection enhancements of TH 95 and TH 169, Princeton
Wading River Bicycle and Pedestrian Project
in Riverhead ....................................................
Widen County Line Road (CR 578) from
Suncoast Parkway to U.S. 41 to four lanes ...
Improve Great River Road, Warsaw .................
SR 518 3rd lane construction, King County .....
Construct East Central Regional Rail Trail in
Volusia County, Florida ..................................
Y Highway U.S. 71 to MO 58, Cass County .....
WYO 59 Reconstruction .....................................
Plan and construct bike/pedestrian crossings
of Washington-Palmetto Canal in the vicinity of Xavier University, New Orleans ..........
Winston-Salem Northern Beltway, Eastern
Section and Extension, NC .............................
Willow and Herndon Traffic Flow Improvements, City of Clovis, California ....................
U.S. 71 at Y Highway North and Southbound
Ramps ...............................................................

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Amount

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$200,000
$13,000,000

$80,000
$800,000
$656,000
$2,800,000
$1,440,000

$4,800,000
$4,800,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000

$3,520,000
$1,000,000

$489,600
$2,400,000
$1,440,000
$960,000
$4,800,000
$600,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$3,200,000
$4,000,000
$240,000
$1,600,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1261

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

124

CA

125

NC

126

PA

127

KS

128

MO

129

IL

130

SC

131

NH

132

GA

133

NY

134

CA

135

TN

136

WI

137
138

AK
GA

139

NY

140

IL

141

OH

142

IL

143

CA

144

IL

145

CT

146

IA

147

MI

Will add landscaping enhancements along the
Ronald Reagan Freeway Route 118 for aesthetic purposes ................................................
Widens U.S. 29 Business Freeway Drive from
South Scales St. to NC 14 in Rockingham
County ..............................................................
Widening, rechannelization, signalization to
2nd Ave. and Bates street, replace Elisa
Furnace bridge over Bates Street ..................
Resurfacing, grading, replacing guardrails and
adding shoulders to Old Highway 77 in
Geary County, to accommodate expected
traffic increase .................................................
Widening, curb and gutter improvements on
Hwy 92 as part of Hwy 33 redevelopment
project in Kearney ...........................................
Construct streetscape along Morse avenue
from Clark street to Sheridan road, Chicago
Build extension of North Rhett Boulevard
from Liberty Hall Road to U.S. 176 in SC ....
Construct and upgrade intersection of Route 3
and Franklin Industrial Drive in Franklin ...
Construct Waycross East Bypass from U.S. 84
in Pierce County, Georgia to U.S. 1 in Ware
County, Georgia ...............................................
Design and Construction of a transportation
enhancement project at the Erie Canal Aqueduct in downtown Rochester ......................
Improvement of intersection at Balboa Blvd.
and San Fernando Rd .....................................
Impove Vehicle Efficiencies at highway AtGrade Railroad Crossing in Athens, TN .......
Develop pedestrian and bike connections that
link to Hank Aaron State Trail in Milwaukee .............................................................
Keystone Drive Road Improvements .................
Pedestrian and streetscape improvements,
Ellaville ............................................................
Construct and improve pedestrian access on
Main Street in Hempstead .............................
Preconstruction activities IL 336 from Macomb
to Peoria ...........................................................
Purchase of right-of-ways for construction of
pedestrian and bicycle improvements in the
City of Aurora, OH ..........................................
Replacement of bridge on Harlem Avenue, The
Village of River Forest ....................................
State Route 86S and Ave. 66 highway safety
grade separation ..............................................
Construct Bissel Street Roadway Connector,
Tri-City Regional Port District .......................
Improve Route 1 between East Avenue and
Belden Avenue, Norwalk, CT .........................
Central IA Trail Loop, bicycle and pedestrian,
Ankeny to Woodward section .........................
Chippewa County, Upgrade Tilson Road between M–28 South to intersection of M–48
at Rudyard .......................................................

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$8,000,000
$640,000

$627,200
$2,400,000
$1,600,000
$5,600,000
$800,000
$2,560,000
$1,200,000
$400,000
$79,200
$1,680,000
$1,000,000
$250,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$800,000
$3,600,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$800,000

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119 STAT. 1262

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

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State

Project Description

148

WA

149

PA

150

TX

151

TX

152

MN

153

NY

154

MN

155

NE

156

MN

157

ME

158

MA

159

IN

160

NY

161

AK

162

IL

163

AR

164

NM

165

GA

166

TX

167

CA

168

TX

169

AR

170

PA

171

TN

172

WI

Coal Creek Parkway Bridge Replacement,
Newcastle WA ..................................................
Complete gaps in the Pittsburgh Riverfront
Trail Network including the Hot Metal
Bridge ...............................................................
Construct passing lanes on Texas State Highway 16 in Atascosa County ............................
Construct street and drainage improvements
to road system in Encinal ...............................
Environmental assessment and right of-wayacquisition at U.S. 52 and CSAH 24 Interchange, Cannon Falls, Goodhue Cnty, MN ...
Planning and design, construction, and related
relocations for approaches to Peace Bridge
Development Project, Buffalo .........................
Construct recreational visitor center on the
Mesabi Trail, City of Virginia ........................
Engineering, right-of-way and construction of
the 23rd Street Viaduct in Fremont, Nebraska ...............................................................
Phase III of Devil Track Road Project, Cook
County ..............................................................
Relocation of southbound on-ramp to I–95 at
Exit 184, Bangor .............................................
Construct access roads to Hospital Hill project
in Northampton, MA .......................................
Construct interchange for 146th St. and I–69,
Hamilton County, Indiana ..............................
Design and construct a bicycle and pedestrian
walkway along the decommissioned Putnam
Rail Line ..........................................................
False Pass Road construction from small boat
harbor dock to airport and town ....................
Improve North Illinois St. and related roads,
Belleville ..........................................................
Construction of I–49, Highway 71: Arkansas
portion of Bella Vista Bypass .........................
Coors—I–40 Interchange Reconstruction, Albuquerque ............................................................
Extend the south Toccoa Bypass east of Toccoa
to CR 311, four lanes for approximately 5.7
miles on new location ......................................
Construct SH 183 from SH 360 to Belt Line
Road in Irving, Texas ......................................
Construct pedestrian, bicycle and ADA accessible boardwalks at the Pismo Beach Promenade in San Luis Obispo County ...................
SH 44 E of Alice near SH 359 to U.S. 281, Jim
Wells County ...................................................
Conway Western Loop—For engineering,
rights-of-way, relocations, and continued
planning and design ........................................
For design, land and ROW acquisition, and
construction of a parking facility and associated activities in the City of Wilkes-Barre ...
Hawkins County, Tennessee SR 31 reconstruction ....................................................................
Reconstruct U.S. Highway 41—STH 67 interchange (Dodge County, Wisconsin) ................

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$800,000
$600,000
$797,000
$250,000
$1,600,000
$8,000,000
$1,300,000
$400,000
$1,200,000
$1,500,000
$1,600,000
$2,400,000
$950,000
$3,000,000
$5,000,000
$17,000,000
$15,600,000
$2,320,000
$1,600,000
$240,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$800,000
$800,000
$1,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1263

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

173

MA

174

OR

175

MS

176

IL

177

AL

178

MS

179

NY

180

CA

181

OH

182

PA

183

LA

184

CA

185

NY

186

CO

187

NY

188
189
190

FL
NJ
MI

191

CA

192
193

TX
ME

194

NY

195

NY

196

TX

Reconstruct Route 24/Route 140 Interchange,
replace bridge and ramps, widen and extend
acceleration and deceleration lanes ...............
Study landslides on U.S. Highway 20 between
Cascadia and Santiam Pass to develop longterm repair strategy ........................................
Upgrade Alex Gates Road and Walnut Road in
Quitman County, and roads in Falcon,
Sledge and Lambert ........................................
Upgrades for Muller Road in the City of Washington, IL .........................................................
Construction of Valleydale Road Flyover and
widening and improvements from U.S. 31 to
I–65 (Shelby County Rd. 17) ..........................
Upgrade roads in Beauregard (U. S. Hwy 51),
Dentville-Jack Rd. near Crystal Springs,
and Hazelhurst (U.S. Highway 51 and I–55),
Copiah County .................................................
Westchester County, NY Rehabilitation of
June Road Town of North Salem ...................
Implement streetscape improvements on segments of Laurel Canyon Blvd. and Victory
Blvd. in North Hollywood ...............................
Construct loop road along U.S. 23 in City of
Fostoria, Seneca County .................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, and
construction of street improvements, parking, safety enhancements, and roadway redesign in Nanticoke .........................................
Improve Ralph Darden Memorial Parkway Between LA 182 and Martin Luther King, Jr.,
Road, St. Mary Parish ....................................
Reconstruct segments of Hollister Avenue between San Antonio Road and State Route
154 in Santa Barbara County ........................
Reconstruction of Schenck Avenue from Jamaica Avenue to Flatlands Avenue, Brooklyn .....................................................................
Construct Wadsworth Interchange over U.S.
36 in Broomfield ..............................................
Enhance Battery Park Bikeway Perimeter,
New York City .................................................
I–95 Interchange in the City of Boca Raton .....
Construct Long Valley Bypass ...........................
Alpena County, Resurface 3.51 miles of Hamilton and Wessel Roads ...................................
Construct a 2.8 mile bikeway along Lambert
Road from Mills Ave., to Valley Home Ave.,
in the City of Whittier, CA .............................
Hidalgo County Loop ..........................................
Improvements to Route 108 to enhance access
to business park, Rumford .............................
Installation of new turning lane from
Mohansic Ave. onto eastbound Route 202
and addition of new striped crosswalk ..........
Rockland County Hudson River Greenway
Trail Project construction ...............................
Construct a segment of FM 110 in San Marcos

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$1,000,000
$1,400,000
$224,000
$4,720,000

$800,000
$520,000
$960,000
$6,960,000

$1,600,000
$280,000
$2,000,000
$4,000,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$11,400,000
$800,000
$512,000
$2,000,000
$800,000
$1,500,000
$340,000
$1,600,000
$1,000,000

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119 STAT. 1264

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

197

TX

198

NY

199

PA

200

ND

201

WI

202

TX

203

NY

204
205

WI
PA

206

NY

207

PA

208

WI

209
210

IA
NY

211

AZ

212

MS

213

GA

214

MS

215

IN

216

CA

217

MA

218

MI

219

CA

220

GA

Big Spring, TX Construction of the Big Spring
Reliever Route .................................................
Improvements to Intermodal Transportation
Facility and Construction of Waterfront Esplanade at Fort Totten ....................................
Reconstruction and repair of Haverford Ave.
Between 68th St. and Lansdowne Ave ..........
Bismarck/Mandan Liberty Memorial Bridge
over the Missouri River ..................................
City of Glendale, WI. Develop and rehabilitate
exit ramps on I–43, and improvements at
West Silver Spring Drive and North Port
Washington Rd ................................................
Construction of Lake Ridge and U.S. 67
Project, Cedar Hill, TX ...................................
Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety including in the vicinity of PS K277 .................
Resurface U.S. 8 between CTH C and Monico
South Phila. Access Rd. Design and construction of port access road from South Phila
Port and intermodal facilities, Philadelphia
Implement ITS system and apparatus to enhance citywide truck route system on Broadway to Irwin Ave. between 232 to 231 in the
neighborhood of Kingsbridge, NY ..................
SR 219 Purchase of right-of-way and completion of four lane extension from the Town of
Somerset to the Maryland border ..................
Expand U.S. 41 between Oconto and Peshtigo,
Wisconsin (Oconto and Marinette Counties,
Wisconsin) ........................................................
Study for NE Beltway, Polk Co .........................
This project involves a full reconstruction of
all the streets in Long Island City surrounding 11th Street .......................................
Upgrade and Widen SR 85 to I–10 (Mileposts
120–141) ...........................................................
Upgrade Dog Pen Road, Galilee Road, and
Holmes County Bridge in Holmes County,
and roads in Cruger, Pickens, and Goodman
U.S. 19/SR 92 median work from Ellis Rd. to
West Taylor ST, Griffin ..................................
Upgrade roads at Coahoma Community College, and roads in Coahoma and Jonestown,
Coahoma County .............................................
Construction of Dixon Road from Markland
Avenue to Judson Road in Kokomo, Indiana
Construction of Cross Valley Connector between I–5 and SR 14 .......................................
State Street Corridor Redevelopment Project
includes street resurfacing, pedestrian walkway improvements and ornate lighting from
Main Street to St. Michael’s Cemetery,
Springfield ........................................................
Resurfacing of Stephenson Highway in Madison Heights ......................................................
Soundwall construction on the 210 Freeway,
Pasadena ..........................................................
Streetscape-Ashburn ...........................................

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$7,320,000
$2,240,000
$240,000
$24,000,000

$2,400,000
$2,800,000
$250,000
$880,000
$2,400,000

$100,000
$13,600,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$1,920,000
$1,200,000
$840,000
$1,200,000
$1,200,000
$400,000
$4,000,000

$4,800,000
$280,000
$1,440,000
$200,000

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119 STAT. 1265

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

221

NY

222

WI

223

TX

224
225
226

IL
GA
PA

227

MI

228

FL

229

NY

230

TN

231

NJ

232

CT

233

PA

234

CA

235

LA

236
237

NY
AR

238

WA

239

OH

240

PA

241

WA

242

IL

243

TN

244

GA

245

IA

Improve traffic flow on Rockaway Point Boulevard in the Breezy Point neighborhood of
Queens County, including work to install a
traffic signal at the intersection of Rockaway
Point Boulevard and Reid Avenue .................
Improve Superior Avenue: Interstate 43 to
State Highway 32, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin ...............................................................
Design, construction, and streetscape improvements to enhance pedestrian access, pedestrian access to bus services and facilities ......
Upgrade roads, The Village of Berkeley ...........
Upgrade sidewalks and lighting, Wrightsville
Upgrades to Bedford Route 220 at the entrance of the Bedford Business Park to
Beldon Ridge intersection ...............................
Widen Baldwin Road from Morgan to Waldon
in Orion Township ...........................................
Construct Saxon Boulevard Extension, Volusia
County, Florida ................................................
Construction and rehabilitation of East and
West Gates Avenues in the Village of
Lindenhurst, NY ..............................................
Widen Interstate 240 from Interstate 55 to
Interstate 40 West of Memphis, Shelby
County ..............................................................
Rahway River Corridor Greenway Bicycle and
Pedestrian Path, South Orange .....................
Reconstruct Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge,
New Haven ......................................................
Development of Northwest Lancaster County
River Trail ........................................................
Widen SR 89 at existing mousehole two lane
RR underpass ..................................................
Construct Mississippi River Trail and
Bikepath, New Orleans ...................................
Utica Marsh-Reestablish Water Street .............
Widen to 5 lanes, improvement, and other development to U.S. Highway 79B/University
Ave. in Pine Bluff ............................................
SR 9 and 20th St. SE Intersection Reconstruction in Snohomish County ..............................
Streetscape and related safety improvements
to U.S. 20 in Painesville Township, OH ........
Design, construct intersection and other upgrades on PA 24 and 124 in York County,
PA .....................................................................
Issaquah Historical Society, Issaquah Valley
Trolley Project .................................................
Construct new bridge on Illinois Prairie Path
over East Branch River in Milton Township,
IL ......................................................................
Plan and construct improvements, Livingston
public square ...................................................
Construction on U.S. 82 from Dawson to Alabama Line ........................................................
Construct I–74 Bridge in Bettendorf, IA ..........

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$500,000

$1,000,000

$800,000
$800,000
$320,000

$1,680,000
$3,200,000
$1,680,000

$816,000

$800,000
$1,200,000
$1,600,000
$200,000
$2,827,744
$400,000
$2,120,000

$3,200,000
$250,000
$280,000
$800,000
$200,000
$240,000
$40,000
$800,000
$1,200,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

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State

Project Description

246

CA

247

OH

248

PA

249

WA

250

UT

251

MD

252

MN

253

CA

254

CA

255

TX

256

AL

257

NY

258

NE

259

MN

260

CA

261

AR

262

WA

263
264

NY
MO

265

FL

266

CA

267

GA

268

TN

Operations and management improvements,
including ITS technologies, on U.S. Highway
101 in Santa Barbara County ........................
Plan and construct new interchange on Interstate 71 at Big Walnut Road in Delaware
County, Ohio ....................................................
Design and construct access to intermodal facility in York County .......................................
Complete preliminary engineering and environmental analysis for SR 14 through
Camas and Washougal ...................................
Construct Bingham Junction Boulevard in
Midvale City ....................................................
Construct Centreville, MD spur of Queen
Annes County Cross Island Trail, Centreville to U.S. Route 301 ....................................
Polk, Pennington, Marshall County 10-Ton
Corridor in Northwestern Minnesota ............
Quincy-Oroville Highway Rehabilitation in
Plumas County ................................................
Construct Coyote Creek Trail Project from
Story Road to Montague Expressway in San
Jose ...................................................................
Construct Depression of Belt Line Road at I–
35 E Intermodal Transportation Project in
Carrollton, TX ..................................................
Construct Anniston Eastern Bypass from
Golden Springs Road to U.S. Highway 431 ..
Construct greenway along East River waterfront between East River Park (ERP) and
Brooklyn Bridge, and reconstruct South entrance to ERP, in Manhattan .........................
Construction of I–80/Cherry Avenue Interchange and East Bypass, Kearney, Nebraska ...............................................................
Corridor study, EIS, and ROW acquisition for
a future highway and bridge over the Mississippi River, City of Brainerd ......................
Escondido, CA Construction of Bear Valley
Parkway, East Valley Parkway .....................
Junction Bridge—Rehabilitation and conversion from rail to pedestrian use .....................
Port of Tacoma Rd.—Construct a second left
turn lane for traffic from westbound Pac.
Hwy E. to Port of Tacoma Rd. and I–5 .........
Realign Union Valley Road in Town of Carmel
Roadway improvements to U.S. 67 in St. Francois County .......................................................
Homestead, FL Widening of SW 328 from SW
137 Ave. to 152 Ave ........................................
Reconstruct I–710 southern terminus off
ramps, Long Beach ..........................................
SR 4 widen from Milledgeville Road to Government Street, Richmond County ................
Develop trails, bike paths and recreational facilities on Western Slope of Black Mountain,
Cumberland County for Cumberland Trail
State Park ........................................................

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$800,000
$4,160,000
$1,600,000
$1,500,000
$5,400,000
$305,600
$4,480,000
$800,000
$2,000,000
$5,600,000
$21,600,000

$1,000,000
$6,400,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$1,280,000
$400,000
$264,000
$3,200,000
$5,600,000
$2,400,000
$4,000,000

$200,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1267

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

269

NJ

270
271

MA
NY

272

MN

273

LA

274

MI

275
276
277

IA
HI
IL

278

CA

279

WA

280

NY

281

SC

282
283
284

OR
NC
CA

285

VA

286

TX

287

CA

288

OH

289

WA

290

KY

291

NM

292

OH

293
294

MS
NJ

Routes 1 and 9 Secaucus Road to Broad Avenue in Hudson and Bergen Counties .............
Massachusetts Avenue Reconstruction, Boston
Improve Ashburton Ave. from the Saw Mill
River Parkway to the waterfront, Yonkers ...
Trail extensions to Mesabi Trail, City of Aurora ...................................................................
I–10 Ryan Street exit ramp to include relocation and realignment of Lakeshore Drive to
include portions of Front Street and or Ann
Street, and to include expansion of Contraband Bayou Bridge ..........................................
Van Buren, Belleville Road widen to 5 lanes
between Tyler and Ecorse ..............................
Widening University Blvd., Clive ......................
Construct Waimea Bypass .................................
Widening two blocks of Poplar St. from Park
Ave. to 13th Street, Williamson County ........
Widening the highway and reconstructing off
ramps on Hwy 101 between Steele Lane and
Windsor, CA to reduce traffic and promote
carpools ............................................................
Granite Falls Alternate Freight Route in
Granite Falls ....................................................
Construction and rehabilitation of North
Queens Avenue and Grand Avenue in the
Village of Lindenhurst, NY ............................
Extension and expansion of Lower Richland
Roads Phase I ..................................................
Kuebler Boulevard improvements, Salem ........
Upgrade U.S. 1 in Rockingham .........................
Implement Southwest San Fernando Valley
Road and Safety Improvements .....................
Upgrade DOT crossing #467662S to constant
warning time devices ......................................
Construct new location highway and interchanges on Inner Loop, from Global Reach
to Loop 375 including the Global Reach ext.,
El Paso .............................................................
Rehabilitation, repair, and/or reconstruction of
deficient 2-lane roads that connect to Interstate 5, SR 180, SR 41 and SR 99 countywide, Fresno County .......................................
Relocate SR 149 from 26th Street to Trough
Run in Bellaire ................................................
Auburn, Washington—M Street SE rehabilitation between 29th Street SE and 37th Street
SE .....................................................................
Replace Bridge over Stoner Creek, 2 Miles
East of U.S. 27 Junction, Bourbon County ...
Development of Paseo del Volcan corridor located in Sandoval County from Iris Road to
U.S. Highway 550 ...........................................
Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens to restore, expand, construct, and improve pedestrian
paths and bike trail system ............................
Construct bicycle path, Petal .............................
Construction of Route 206 Chester Township,
NJ .....................................................................

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$3,850,000
$1,200,000
$235,796

$4,000,000
$880,000
$800,000
$800,000
$384,000

$5,600,000
$2,834,000
$616,000
$560,000
$1,200,000
$8,000,000
$1,840,000
$161,440

$12,800,000

$2,800,000
$520,000
$400,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$144,000
$160,000
$1,600,000

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119 STAT. 1268

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

295

IL

296

IL

297

CA

298

MD

299

IL

300

CA

301

NJ

302

PA

303

OH

304
305

CO
IN

306

OH

307

MA

308

CA

309

NY

310

TX

311

NC

312

PA

313
314

OR
FL

315

MI

316

PA

317

CA

318

IL

For IDOT to conduct Phase II engineering for
reconstruction of 159th St./US 6/IL 7 in Will
and Cook Counties ..........................................
For Will County to begin Phase II engineering
and preconstruction activities for a high
level bridge linking Caton Farm Road with
Bruce Road .......................................................
Study of Thomas Bridge to meet future cargo
and passenger traffic needs of the ports of
Long Beach and Los Angeles .........................
Construct new Greenbelt Metro Station Access
Interchange at I–95/I–495 ..............................
Construct Citywide bicycle path network, City
of Evanston ......................................................
Mount Vernon Avenue grade separation and
bridge expansion in Colton .............................
Improvements for St. Georges Avenue from
Wood Avenue to Chestnut Street including
the Linden and Roselle sides of the street ....
Design, construct and upgrade interchange of
U.S. 15 and U.S. 30 in Adams County ..........
State Route 8 Improvements in Northern
Summit County ...............................................
U.S. 50 East, State Line to Pueblo ....................
Widening road (along Gordon Road, Sixth
Street, and West Shafer Drive) to 3-lane
street, with sidewalk and improvements to
existing bridge White County/Monticello, Indiana .................................................................
Widening Pleasant Valley Bagley Road (Rte
27), Parma and Middleburg Heights .............
Rehabilitation of I–95 Whittier Bridge—
Amesbury and Newburyport ..........................
Streetscape improvements at East 14th StMission Blvd. in Alameda County .................
Construct W. 79th St. Rotunda, New York
City ...................................................................
Acquire Kelly Parkway Corridor Right-of-way
through San Antonio .......................................
Construct new route from U.S. 17 to U.S. 421
in Brunswick and New Hanover Counties ....
Construct safety and capacity improvements
to Route 309 and Old Packhouse Road .........
Delta Ponds Bike/Pedestrian Path ....................
Hollywood U.S. Route 1 Young Circle Safety
Improvement ....................................................
Houghton County, Gravel and paving of remaining 3.2 miles in 5.5 mile stretch of
Jacobsville Rd ..................................................
Improve access to Airport Connector from PA
283 to the terminus of the Airport Connector
at State Route 230 and adjacent access
roads .................................................................
Construct one additional all purpose lane in
each direction on I–405 and provide additional capital improvements from SR 73
through the LA County line ...........................
Improve Roads and Bridges, Cook County .......

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$800,000

$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$1,000,000
$200,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$3,200,000
$3,000,000
$6,000,000

$11,520,000
$1,200,000
$1,600,000
$600,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$800,000
$200,000
$2,880,000
$1,840,000
$344,000

$800,000

$2,568,000
$3,200,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1269

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

319

CA

320

MI

321

IL

322
323

AL
MI

324

MI

325
326

TX
CA

327

MN

328

FL

329

CO

330

KS

331

NJ

332

FL

333

FL

334

MD

335

OH

336

NJ

337

CA

338

FL

339

TN

340

CA

341
342

AL
PA

343

GA

Improve traffic safety, including streetlights,
from Queen to Barclay to Los Angeles River
to Riverside in Elysian Valley, Los Angeles
Construction and improvements to Western
Avenue and associated streets between
Third Street and Terrace Street in Muskegon ................................................................
Construct Reed Station Parkway Extension to
IL Rt. 3, Carbondale .......................................
Construction of Patton Island Bridge Corridor
Highland, Clyde Road from Hickory Ridge to
Strathcona ........................................................
Alger County, Repaving a portion of H–58
from Buck Hill towards Little Beaver Road
Improvements to U.S. 183 in Gonzales County
Construct a raised landscaped median on
Alondra Blvd. between Clark Ave. and
Woodruff Ave. in Bellflower ...........................
Right-of-way acquisition for TH 23 Paynesville
Bypass ..............................................................
Construct interchange improvements at I–75
and University Parkway .................................
For construction and architectural improvements of Wadsworth Bypass (SH 121) Burlington Northern Railroad and Grandview
Grade Separation ............................................
Construction of 4-lane improvement on K–18
in Riley County, Kansas .................................
Replace Rockaway Road Bridge, Randolph
Township, New Jersey ....................................
Construction of paved road over existing unpaved roadway on SE 144th Ave. from SR
100 to U.S. 301, distance of 1.2 miles ...........
Construct I–4 Frontage Rd., Volusia County,
Florida ..............................................................
Construction of Fringe and Corridor Parking
Facility at intersection of Clinton Street and
Keith Avenue in Baltimore .............................
Purchase of right-of-way for transportation enhancement activities in Bainbridge Township, OH ...........................................................
Rowan Boulevard Parking adjacent to Highway 322 Corridor in Glassboro Township .....
Construct interchange on U.S. 50 at Empire
Ranch Road in Folsom ....................................
Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements in the
Town of Windermere, Florida ........................
Plan and construct a bicycle and pedestrian
trail, Smyrna ...................................................
Santa Anita Avenue Corridor Improvement
project, Arcadia, California .............................
Phoenix City on/off ramps for U.S. Highway 80
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, and
construction of a connector road between
Pennsylvania Rt. 93 and Pennsylvania Rt.
309 in Hazle Township ...................................
South Tifton Bypass from U.S. 82/SR 520 west
to U.S. 319/SR 35 east, Tift County ..............

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$1,120,000

$2,320,000
$1,655,004
$8,000,000
$100,000
$1,280,720
$400,000
$320,000
$2,000,000
$400,000

$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$800,000
$2,400,000
$1,600,000
$3,200,000
$1,152,000
$800,445
$1,440,000
$240,000
$2,400,000
$2,400,000
$257,200

$480,000
$400,000

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119 STAT. 1270

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

344

NJ

345

NJ

346

CA

347

OH

348

NY

349

NJ

350

NJ

351

VA

352

LA

353

IN

354

ME

355

TN

356

TX

357

CA

358

NY

359

CA

360

OR

361

VA

362

NY

363

NJ

364

TX

365

TX

366

IN

367

GA

Streetscape and Traffic Improvement Project
to Downtown West Orange .............................
Bergen County, NJ On Route 17, address congestion, safety, drainage, maintenance, signing, access, pedestrian circulation and transit access ..........................................................
Road widening, construct bike path, lighting,
and safety improvements on road leading to
Hansen Dam Recreation Area, Los Angeles
Highway grade crossing improvement on Summit Road at Pataskala, Ohio ..........................
Reconstruct a historic bridge crossing Maxwell
Creek in the Town of Sodus, NY ....................
Safety and operation improvements on Route
73 in Berlin, Voorhees and Evesham ............
Study and preliminary engineering designs for
a boulevard on State Route 440 and U.S.
Highway Routes 1 and 9, Jersey City ...........
Construction of Route 17 Dominion Boulevard,
Chesapeake, VA ...............................................
Installation of proper lighting standards to illuminate inbound and outbound ramps of I–
10 and portions of Hwy 95 .............................
Cyntheanne Rd. Interchange and Corridor Improvements, Town of Fishers, Indiana ..........
Plan and construct North-South Aroostook
highways, to improve access to St. John Valley, including Presque Isle Bypass and other
improvements ..................................................
Plan and construct a bicycle and pedestrian
trail, LaVergne ................................................
Build Arkansas Street Grade Separation in
Laredo ..............................................................
Construct new left turn lane at State Route 19
and Telstar in El Monte .................................
Meadow Drive Extension—North Tonawanda,
New York .........................................................
Reconstruct I–880 and Coleman Avenue Interchange and implement other I–880 Corridor
operational improvements in Santa Clara
County ..............................................................
Improve Millican, West Butte Road which connects U.S. Highway 20 with U.S. Highway
126 ....................................................................
Metropolitan Washington, D.C. Regional
Transportation Coordination Program ..........
Brooks Landing Transportation Improvements
and Enhancement project, Rochester ............
Construct CR 538 Coles Mill Road Bridge over
Scotland Run, Gloucester County ..................
Convert discontinuous 2-way frontage roads to
continuous one-way frontage roads on IH 30
in Texarkana, TX ............................................
Regional bicycle routes on existing highways
in Austin, TX ...................................................
Construct Interchange at I–65 and 109th Avenue, Crown Point .............................................
Intersection improvement at Harris Drive at
SR 42 ................................................................

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$800,000

$4,400,000
$5,200,000
$54,400
$464,000
$960,000
$800,000
$6,400,000
$160,000
$800,000

$3,000,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$560,000
$1,600,000

$8,000,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$400,000
$4,000,000
$800,000
$5,963,375
$480,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1271

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

368

IL

369

NY

370

NY

371

MI

372

PA

373

AR

374

NJ

375

NY

376

PA

377

AR

378

PA

379

CA

380

MN

381

AZ

382

MI

383

TX

384

NY

385

NJ

386
387

NC
WA

388

CA

389

NH

390

NJ

Engineering and construction of the East
Branch DuPage River Greenway Trail in
central DuPage County, IL .............................
Rehabilitate a historic transportation-related
warehouse on the Erie Canal in the Town of
Lyons, NY ........................................................
Relocating Miller Highway W 59th-72 St.
Manhattan under future expansion of Riverside Park ..........................................................
Allen Road under the CN Railroad Grade Separation, Woodhaven ........................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking, and roadway redesign in Larksville Borough, Luzerne County .....................................
Northeast Arkansas Connector (relocation of
Highway 226) ...................................................
Reconstruct Route 168 from Route 41 to 6th
Avenue in Runnemede ....................................
Renovation of Metropolitan Avenue and
Unionport Road center islands .......................
Rt. 60 Millennium Park Interchange, construct
new interchange on Rt. 60 to provide access
to new Lawrence County Industrial Park .....
Bentonville, Arkansas—Widen Arkansas Highway 102 between U.S. 71B and the west city
limits ................................................................
Purchase of right-of-way, utilities and construction for Northern Access to Altoona
from Interstate 99, Blair County, PA ............
Construct Class I bike and pedestrian path
from San Luis Obispo to Avila Beach ............
Reconstruct CSAH 61 from south county line
to TH 73, Moose Lake .....................................
Improving Lone Pine Dam Road in Navajo
County ..............................................................
Construct Road Improvements to North Henry
St. from Vermont Ave. to Wilder Rd. Bay
City ...................................................................
Reconstruct I–35E Trinity River Bridge, Dallas .....................................................................
Town
of
Greenville
rehabilitation
of
Grahamtown Rd. and Burnt Corners Rd ......
Completion of Hudson River Waterfront Walkway through Stevens Institute of Technology
in Hoboken .......................................................
Construct U.S. 74 Bypass, Shelby, NC .............
Tukwila Urban Access Improvement Project—
Address
necessary
improvements
to
Southcenter Parkway in Tukwila to relieve
congestion .........................................................
Construction of a traffic signal at the intersection of Independence Avenue and Sherman
Way ...................................................................
Design and construction of intersection of Rte
101A and Rte 13 in Milford ............................
Construct Rte 30—Pomona Road Intersection
Improvements, Atlantic County .....................

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$480,000
$2,000,000
$3,560,000

$160,000
$2,400,000
$526,400
$1,700,000
$640,000
$1,500,000
$2,400,000
$320,000
$252,800
$2,000,000
$2,160,000
$12,000,000
$100,000
$800,000
$2,400,000

$800,000
$100,000
$800,000
$4,000,000

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119 STAT. 1272

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

391

CA

392

CA

393

KY

394
395

TN
TN

396
397

IA
NH

398

IL

399

NY

400

AK

401

PA

402

MD

403

MI

404

PA

405

OH

406

AK

407

MN

408

TX

409
410

MS
MI

411

MS

412
413
414

IN
HI
AZ

415

PA

416

SC

417

MD

I–10 and Indian Ave. Interchange, Palm
Springs, CA ......................................................
Complete the Bay Trail along the western
edge of the American Canyon Wetlands
Edge Bay Trail ................................................
Right-of-way for and construction of Pennyrile
Parkway Extension from 41A S. to I–24 .......
Sevier County, Tennessee SR 66 widening .......
Plan and construct interchange improvements,
I–65 at Highland Road ...................................
Reconstruction of NW Madrid Drive, Polk Co ..
Relocation and Reconstruction of intersection
at Route 103 and North Street in Claremont
To construct a new 2-lane road extending 1650
feet north from intersection with University
Park Drive, Edwardsville ...............................
Town of Highlands reconstruction of bridge on
School Street ....................................................
Unalaska, AK Construction of AMHW ferry
terminal including approach, staging, and
upland improvements .....................................
Design and construct interchange and related
improvements to I–83 Exit 4 ..........................
Great Allegheny Passage, Allegany County,
MD. Construction of 5 miles of trail from
Cumberland to Wharf Branch ........................
Northwestern Highway Extension projects in
Oakland County ..............................................
PA Route 61 safety improvements, Leesport
Borough and Ontelaunee and Muhlenburg
Townships ........................................................
Improve Rt. 62 (Main and Town Streets)
Bridges over Scioto River, Columbus .............
Planning, design, and construction of a bridge
joining the Island of Gravina to the Community of Ketchikan .............................................
U.S. Trunk Highway 14 from Waseca to
Owatonna, Minnesota .....................................
Construct Mission Trails Project Packages 4
and 5 in San Antonio ......................................
Upgrade Roads in Carthage, Leake County .....
Construct access road at intersection of Doerr
Road and Schell Street to Develop 65-Acre of
Municipal Tract of Industrial Land. Village
of Cass City, Tuscola County .........................
Upgrade roads in Humphreys County Districts
1 and 5 and Isola .............................................
126th Street Project, Town of Fishers, Indiana
Construct Puanaiko Street .................................
Burro Creek section between Wikieup and the
Santa Maria River ...........................................
Conduct Environmental Impact Statement
study for Parkway West corridor ...................
Build Railroad Avenue Extension in Berkeley
County, SC—SCDOT ......................................
Construct a visitors center and related roads
serving Fort McHenry .....................................

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Amount
$2,200,000

$800,000
$2,560,000
$1,400,000
$320,000
$800,000
$1,040,000

$400,000
$180,000
$7,500,000
$2,800,000
$1,600,000
$7,280,000
$2,400,000
$5,200,000
$100,000,000

APPS06

$3,315,200
$3,820,000
$160,000

$20,800
$680,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$800,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$3,760,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1273

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

418

OH

419

MI

420

CA

421

TN

422
423
424

TX
WV
NY

425

PA

426

VA

427

CA

428

MA

429
430

CA
CA

431
432
433

MA
LA
IN

434

FL

435

IA

436

NY

437

MN

438

IL

439

NE

440

MO

441

SC

442
443

IN
NY

444

NJ

445

GA

446

AK

Construction of Gracemont Street Exchange
Interstate 77—Bethlehem Township and
Pike Township, Ohio .......................................
Design, Right-of-Way and Construction of the
I–196 Chicago Drive (Baldwin Street) Interchange Modification, Michigan ......................
Folsom Blvd. Transportation Enhancements,
City of Rancho Cordova ..................................
improve streetscape and pavement repair,
Monroe County, TN .........................................
IH37 frontage roads in Mathis ..........................
Construct New River Parkway ..........................
Construct sidewalk and improvements on
Broadway in the Town of Cortlandt ..............
Erie, PA Powell Avenue Bridge Replacement,
Asbury Road Improvement Project ................
Liberty Street Construction in Martinsville,
Virginia ............................................................
Implement streetscape project on Central Avenue from 103rd Street to Watts/103rd Street
Station, Watts ..................................................
Realignments and reconstruction of a section
of Route 32 in Palmer to the Ware town line
Seismic retrofit of the Golden Gate Bridge ......
Upgrade and extend Commerce Avenue, City
of Concord ........................................................
Somerville Roadway Improvements ..................
Replace Almonaster Bridge, New Orleans ........
Upgrade Traffic Signals Phase III in the City
of Muncie, Indiana ..........................................
Sharpes Ferry Bridge replacement in Marion
County ..............................................................
U.S. 34 Missouri River bridge relocation and
replacement .....................................................
Village of Highland Falls repaving and sidewalk construction of Oak Avenue ..................
Interchange Reconstruction at CSAH 4 and
U.S. 169 ............................................................
Development and construction of an interchange at Brisbin Rd. and Interstate 80 .......
Design, right-of-way and construction of railgrade separations throughout Nebraska as
identified by Nebraska Dept. of Roads ..........
Redesign and Reconstruction of the I–270
Dorsett Road Interchange Complex in the
City of Maryland Heights ...............................
Build Berlin Myers Extension in Summerville,
SC .....................................................................
Improve 100 South, Porter County ...................
Improve safety measures at the railroad grade
crossings on the West Short River Line,
Rockland County .............................................
Street Improvements and Traffic Signal Replacement in Union City Central Business
District .............................................................
Streetscape project to replace sidewalks in
downtown Forsyth ...........................................
Westside development Williamsport-Pile Bay
Road ..................................................................

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$15,480,000
$5,600,000
$240,000
$1,600,000
$3,600,000
$264,000
$3,200,000
$236,800
$3,200,000
$2,560,000
$8,800,000
$1,600,000
$2,300,000
$400,000
$512,000
$2,240,000
$2,000,000
$120,000
$800,000
$4,800,000
$12,000,000
$1,600,000
$6,400,000
$800,000
$1,280,000
$640,000
$300,000
$5,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

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State

Project Description

447

NV

448

NY

449

PA

450

CA

451

MA

452

NY

453

MA

454
455

OR
MN

456

IL

457

OH

458

PA

459

MN

460

NY

461

NJ

462

VA

463

TN

464

UT

465

CA

466

NY

467

TX

468

MD

469

CT

470

TX

471

CA

472

NC

Construct Interstate 15-Las Vegas Beltway
Interchange ......................................................
Palisades Trailway Phase 2-Rockland County,
New York .........................................................
Replace a Highway Rail Grade crossing in Jeanette, PA at Wegleys Road .............................
Conduct project design and environmental
analysis of Heritage Bridge on Heritage
Road linking Chula Vista to Otay Mesa .......
Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge, MA,
Design and Construction of parking areas ....
Reconstruct Main Street in the Town of
Lewisboro .........................................................
Study and analysis of Lowell Westford St.Wood St. Rourke Bridge Corridor, Lowell .....
Highway 20, Lincoln County .............................
Construction of 8th Street North: Stearns C.R.
120 to TH 15 in St. Cloud, MN ......................
Construction of a pedestrian sidewalk along S.
Chicago Street in Geneseo, IL ........................
Construct Bike and Walking Path from West
210 St. to Metroparks Fairview Park ............
Great Allegheny Passage, Somerset County,
PA. Garrett Crossing Bridge, realign trail
and construct a new bridge to eliminate a
dangerous crossing of a State highway .........
City of East Grand Forks Construct 13th St.
SE Extension ...................................................
Improvements to Clark Pl. and Cherry Ln.—
Rt. 6 and 6 N in Putnam County ...................
Construct Garden State Parkway Grade Separation, Cape May County ...............................
High Knob Horse Trails—Construction of
horse riding trails and associated facilities
in High Knob area of Jefferson National
Forest ...............................................................
Plan and construct a bicycle and pedestrian
trail, Cookeville ...............................................
Provo, Utah Westside Connector from I–15 to
Provo Municipal Airport .................................
I–5 Santa Clarita-Los Angeles Gateway Improvement Project ...........................................
Project will revitalize staircases used as
streets due to steep grade of terrain in areas
in which they are located, the Bronx .............
Construct and rehabilitate pedestrian walkways along the Main Street Corridor to improve transit-related accessibility ..................
Reconstruct East North Avenue (US Route 1)
in Baltimore .....................................................
Reconstructoin of Lakeville Center to improve
pedestrian and vehicle safety at the intersection of Routes 41 and 44 ............................
City of Robstown Trade Processing and Inland
Center ...............................................................
San Gabriel Blvd. Rehabilitation Project—Mission Rd. to Broadway, San Gabriel ................
To plan, design, and construct the 10th Street
Connector Project in Greenville, NC .............

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$10,000,000
$150,000
$400,000
$2,800,000
$420,000
$72,000
$500,000
$5,600,000
$1,600,000
$180,000
$280,000

$800,000
$960,000
$296,000
$32,000,000

$600,000
$2,000,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$800,000
$4,000,000
$716,000
$5,000,000
$240,000
$2,131,200

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119 STAT. 1275

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

473

OH

474
475
476

NY
FL
MI

477

NY

478

NY

479

CA

480

CA

481

MD

482

GA

483

VA

484

FL

485

CA

486

TX

487

MN

488

PA

489

CA

490
491

OH
MO

492

FL

493

GA

494

AK

495
496

GA
MI

497

GA

498

CA

To widen Western Reserve Road from SR 7 to
Hitchcock Road, Mahoning Co .......................
Binghamton, Improve Front Street ...................
U.S. Highway 19 Bayside Segment ...................
Arenac County, Upgrade Maple Ridge Road
from Briggs Road east to M–65 .....................
Village of Highland Falls repaving and sidewalk construction of Mearns Ave ...................
Village of Nelsonville improvements, paving
and sidewalk installation to North Pearl St.,
Crown St., Pine St., and Wood Ave ...............
Widen Firestone Blvd. between Ryerson Blvd.
and Stewart and Gray Road in Downey ........
Construct Air Cargo Access Road to Oakland
International Airport ......................................
Peer review study of conflicts between road
system and light rail operations in Linthicum, MD ......................................................
Resurface and widen Jac-Art Road as part of
the Bleckley County Development Authority
project ...............................................................
Construction of Virginia Blue Ridge Trail in
Amherst County, VA .......................................
Implement NE 6th Street/Sistrunk Boulevard
Streetscape and Enhancement Project, City
of Fort Lauderdale ..........................................
Widen Lakewood Blvd. between Telegraph Rd.
and Fifth St. in Downey .................................
Widen Motor Street thoroughfare in Dallas to
improve accessibility to Southwestern Medical District ......................................................
Construction of Gitchi-Gami State Trail,
Lutsen Phase, CR 34 to Lockport store .........
Widen of SR 309 through the Borough of
Coopersburg to create left-turn lanes and
complete the Rt. 309 Corridor Improvement
Project ..............................................................
Pasadena Ave/Monterey Rd. Partial Grade
Separation—Preliminary Engineering—Feasibility, South Pasadena .................................
Intermodal Bikeway, Independence ..................
Widen shoulder and resurface U.S. 136 and replace 2 deficient bridges between Rock Port
and Bethany, Missouri ....................................
SR 43 (U.S.301) Improvement Project—
Ellentown to Parrish, Florida ........................
Bike and pedestrian paths and other transportation enhancements at Georgia Veterans
Memorial Park .................................................
Citywide pavement rehabilitation in City of
North Pole ........................................................
Replace and upgrade sidewalks, Glenwood ......
Reconstruction of Leeman Road from County
Road 581 west 7 miles to Lerza Road, Dickinson County ....................................................
Widen SR 133 from Spence Field to SR 35 in
Colquitt County, Georgia ................................
Mariposa County, CA Improve 16 roads,
bridge and one bike path ................................

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$4,000,000
$1,600,000
$1,316,800
$180,000
$200,000
$1,600,000
$720,000
$80,000
$200,000
$240,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$4,400,000
$500,000

$2,400,000
$240,000
$2,000,000
$2,400,000
$3,200,000
$640,000
$1,000,000
$50,000
$1,200,000
$800,000
$2,800,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

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State

Project Description

499

LA

500

PA

501

TN

502

MI

503

TX

504

WA

505

NY

506

MI

507

CT

508

OR

509

CA

510
511

IL
CA

512

OR

513

VA

514

IL

515

NJ

516
517
518

GA
CA
CA

519

NJ

520

WA

521

WA

522

FL

523

NY

524

NY

525

CA

Upgrade highway-rail crossings at Madison
Street, City of Gretna .....................................
Two-lane Extension of Bristol Road, Bucks
County ..............................................................
Widen SR 30 From Athens to Etowah, Tennessee ...............................................................
Iosco County, Reconstruct Bissonette Road
from Lorenz Road to Chambers Road ............
Development of one-story 300-vehicle parking
facility ...............................................................
Design and construct improved I–182 interchange ramps at Broadmoor Blvd. in Pasco,
WA ....................................................................
Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor in
Lockport, NY—Transportation Enhancements ................................................................
M–6 Paul Henry Freeway trail design and
construction .....................................................
Reconstruction and conversion of Union Station in North Canaan to establish a transportation museum ...........................................
Construct passing lanes on U.S. 199, Josephine County ...................................................
Scenic preservation and run-off mitigation in
the Santa Monica Mountains National
Recreation Area near PCH and U.S. 101 ......
South Shore Drive and 67th Underpass ...........
Mission Boulevard/State Route 71 Interchange—Corridor Improvements ...................
For purchase of right-of-way, planning, design,
and construction of a highway, Newberg ......
Smith River Trail—Construction of trail along
Smith River in Henry County ........................
Resurface Clifton Park Ave. and S. Louis Ave.,
Village of Evergreen ........................................
University Heights Connector for improvements to First Street in Newark from Sussex Street to West Market Street ..................
Broad Avenue Bridge: Albany ...........................
Carlsbad, CA Construction of Poinsettia Lane
Construct pedestrian enhancements on Broadway in Los Angeles .........................................
Construct Rt. 56 Maurice River Bridge Replacement, Salem and Cumberland Counties
Conduct route analysis for community pathway through Chehalis .....................................
Construct a multi-jurisdictional non-motorized
transportation project parallel to SR 99
called the Interurban Trail .............................
Construct Downtown Bypass Roadway Connector, Lake Mary, Florida .............................
To study, design, and construct the Brooklyn
Waterfront Greenway in Red Hook,
Greenpoint, and the Navy Yard in Brooklyn
Update all county and town traffic signage in
Wayne County, NY ..........................................
Construct Route 101 Auxiliary Lanes 3rd Ave.
in the City of San Mateo to Millbrae Ave. in
Millbrae ............................................................

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$160,000
$1,600,000
$4,606,400
$258,000
$1,200,000
$1,600,000
$2,600,000
$2,224,000
$1,364,000
$1,827,000
$1,200,000
$1,040,000
$3,360,000
$8,545,600
$400,000
$320,000
$509,600
$400,000
$1,600,000
$2,000,000
$1,600,000
$50,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$6,600,000
$220,000
$3,000,000

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119 STAT. 1277

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

526

CA

527

MS

528

TN

529

GA

530

OH

531
532

WI
WA

533

GA

534

WA

535
536

NY
PA

537

KY

538

TX

539

TN

540

OH

541

MI

542

FL

543

TN

544

NJ

545

ME

546

OH

547

AK

548

TN

549

FL

550

CA

Undertake Cordelia Hill Sky Valley transportation enhancement project, including upgrade of pedestrian and bicycle corridors,
Solano County ..................................................
Construct I–20 Interchange at Hawkins Crossing, Lauderdale County ..................................
Sevier, Jefferson, Cocke Counties, Tennessee
SR 35 and U.S. 411 widening ........................
Upgrade Safety of Bicycle and Pedestrian Access to Public Schools, Dekalb County ..........
Construction of Safety and related improvements on Rutlege Transfer Road in Vernon
Township, OH ..................................................
Reconstruct U.S. 45 in Antigo ...........................
SR 2/Main Street/Old Owen Road Intersection
in Monroe .........................................................
Install landscaping and upgrade lighting on
Fall Line Freeway, Reynolds ..........................
Congestion relief on I–405 with added lanes
from SR 520–SR 522 including 2 lanes each
way from NE 85th-NE 124th .........................
Conduct NYS 5 construction study ...................
Widen lanes, add left turn lanes and update
and install traffic signals at SR 309, SR
4010 interchange in North Whitehall Township ...................................................................
Reconstruct I–64–KY 180 Interchange, Boyd
County, Kentucky ............................................
Widen U.S. 271 from a 2-lane facility to a 4
lane divided facility from Paris, TX to
Pattonville, TX .................................................
Carter County, Tennessee SR 362 reconstruction ....................................................................
Construct Ohio River Trail, Anderson Township ...................................................................
Delta County, CR 515 from U.S. 2 and U.S. 41
in Rapid River to County Road 446 at Days
River Road-Bituminous overlay and joint repair ...................................................................
Fund design phase for widening U.S. 41 north
of Dunnellon to four lanes ..............................
Construction of Elizabethton Connector in
Carter County, Tennessee ..............................
Newark Waterfront Pedestrian and Bicycle Access project .......................................................
Plan and construct Lewiston/Auburn Downtown Connector ................................................
Conduct Miami St. along SR Route 53 safety
enhancement project to improve access to
railroad crossing ..............................................
Planning, design, and construction of Juneau
access roads in Juneau, Alaska ......................
Construction of an intersection/interchange in
the City of Cleveland along I–75 ...................
Construct Flagler Avenue Improvements, City
of Key West, Florida .......................................
Rehabilitate street surface of Cedros Avenue
between Burbank Blvd. and Magnolia Blvd

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$2,000,000
$1,400,000
$2,400,000
$96,000
$1,616,000
$384,000
$350,000
$800,000
$64,000

$1,200,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$220,000

$256,000
$800,000
$800,000
$1,200,000
$4,360,000
$800,000
$15,000,000
$1,920,000
$808,000
$34,400

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

551

VA

552

NY

553
554

TX
TN

555

IL

556
557

GA
SC

558

GA

559

OH

560

FL

561

ME

562

IL

563

CA

564

WI

565

MI

566

MI

567

UT

568

NC

569

NJ

570

CA

571

NY

572
573
574

CA
GA
CA

575

SC

576

NE

Engineering and Right-of-way to widen Route
221 in Forest, Virginia ....................................
Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety including in the vicinity of PS Q200 .................
SH 146 grade separation over Red Bluff Rd ....
Construction of park access road and adjacent
trails at the Athens Regional Park in Athens, TN .............................................................
State Street Road Improvements from 43rd
Street to IL Rt. 157, East St. Louis ...............
Streetscape-Dawson ............................................
Build Carolina Bays Parkway Segment from
SC 544 to U.S. 17 in Myrtle Beach, SC .........
U.S. 341 U.S. 41 SR 7 from Barnesville to SR
3, Georgia .........................................................
Reconstruct and widen State Route 82 in
North Royalton ................................................
Acquisition, engineering, and construction of
West Avenue Connector Bridge, City of
Miami Beach, FL .............................................
Safety Enhancements on Routes 11, 6, and 16
for Piscataquis County Industrial Development .................................................................
Study, design, and construction of a designated truck route through the City of
Monticello .........................................................
Improvement of intersection at Aviation Blvd.
and Rosecrans Ave. to reduce congestion,
City of Hawthorne ...........................................
Preliminary engineering for upgrading I–94
between Illinois State Line and Mitchell
Interchange in SE Wisconsin .........................
Cogshall Road Crossing Improvement and Life
Safety Access Project in Holly, MI .................
Ontonagon County, Improve Fed. Forest Hwy
16 from M–38 to Houghton County Line ......
Forest Street Improvements, Brigham City,
UT .....................................................................
I–40 Union Cross Road Interchange in Forsyth
County, NC ......................................................
Construct Sea Isle Boulevard Reconstruction
from Garden State Parkway to Ludlams
Thoroughfare, Cape May County ...................
I–5 HOV Improvements from Route 134 to
Route 170 .........................................................
Reconfiguration of intersection and redesign of
traffic signal timing at Mohegan Ave. and
Lakeland St .....................................................
Shoal Creek Pedestrian Bridge (San Diego) .....
Streetscape-Cordele ............................................
Construct I–605 Interchange Capacity Improvements in Irwindale .................................
Construction of interchange at I–385 and SC
14, Exit 19, in Laurens County, South Carolina ....................................................................
Design, right-of-way and construction of Nebraska Highway 35 between Norfolk and
South Sioux City .............................................

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$1,000,000
$250,000
$13,600,000
$240,000
$3,080,000
$160,000
$2,400,000
$3,200,000
$800,000
$800,000
$400,000
$905,600
$2,000,000
$7,200,000
$960,000
$400,000
$2,000,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$400,000
$1,200,000
$200,000
$1,600,000
$1,760,000
$7,600,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1279

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

577

MO

578

MA

579

NY

580

CA

581

FL

582

NJ

583
584

IL
IN

585

IN

586

UT

587

CA

588

NY

589

MA

590

NY

591

NY

592

CA

593

KY

594
595

CA
CA

596

PA

597
598

SC
NM

599

MI

600

VA

601

MA

602

OH

603

VA

604

CO

Complete impact study for North Oak Highway corridor redevelopment ...........................
Design and construct the 1.5 mile East Longmeadow Redstone rail Trail bike path ..........
Improve bicycle and pedestrian safety on Main
Street, Holbrook ..............................................
Tuolumne, Stanislaus and Merced Counties
Upgrade existing county highway, J59 .........
U.S. 19 Continuous right turn lanes in Pasco
County ..............................................................
Union
Boulevard
Revitalization
and
Streetscape Enhancements, Totowa ..............
Improve roads, The Village of Westchester ......
Reconstruct 45th Avenue from Colfax Street to
Grant Street, Lake County .............................
Construct Grade Separation Underpass on
Main Street in Mishawaka, Indiana ..............
Construct 2-lane divided highway from the
Atkinville Interchange to the new replacement airport access road in St. George .........
Diamond Bar On-Off Ramp at Lemon Ave. on
SR 60 ................................................................
Transportation parking facility serving the
Harlem Hospital Complex ..............................
Downtown revitalization for Pleasant Street,
Malden .............................................................
Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety in
the vicinity of Prospect Park Yeshiva ............
Emergency vehicle preemption system at traffic signals, Smithtown .....................................
Reconstruct interchange for south-bound traffic entering I–80 from Central Avenue, City
of Richmond .....................................................
Reconstruct KY 393, Oldham County, Kentucky .................................................................
Reduce Orange County Congestion Program ...
Street Closure at Chevy Chase Drive, Glendale ...................................................................
Allegheny County Urban Runoff Mitigationeliminate urban highway runoff and the discharge of culverted streams into municipal
combined sewers ..............................................
Construct Briggs-Pearson-DeLaine Connector
Construct an interchange on I–25 to provide
access to Mesa del Sol in Albuquerque .........
Reconstruction of 30th Avenue from 13th
Street to 22nd Street, Menominee .................
Rivermont Ave. (Lynchburg) Bridge improvements ................................................................
Construct new interchange on I–95 between
existing Route 1A ramp to the north and
Route 123 ramp to the south, Attleboro ........
Construct Waverly, Ohio South Connector
from U.S. 23 to SR 104 to SR 220 .................
Craig County Trail—Improvements to trail in
Craig County ...................................................
U.S. 160, State Highway 3 to East of the Florida River ...........................................................

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$1,200,000
$100,000
$2,000,000
$5,760,000
$400,000
$800,000
$2,160,000
$1,600,000
$4,000,000
$9,600,000
$8,000,000
$1,520,000
$250,000
$500,000
$3,120,000
$1,600,000
$200,000
$640,000

$800,000
$16,080,000
$5,600,000
$270,080
$1,760,000
$500,000
$2,560,000
$120,000
$4,800,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

605

TX

606

AZ

607

PA

608

OK

609

TX

610

FL

611

NY

612

LA

613

PA

614

OK

615

NY

616

RI

617

NJ

618

CA

619

IN

620

WI

621
622
623

VA
VA
IL

624

CA

625

PA

626

PA

627

TN

Bridge Access Road for FM 493 from U.S. 281
to U.S. 83 .........................................................
Pinal Avenue/Main Street right-of-way acquisition—Pinal County, Casa Grande, AZ—To
reconstruct Main St. to include a bypass for
commercial traffic ............................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking, garage, and roadway redesign in
Duryea Borough, Luzerne County .................
SH-33, Widen SH 33 from the Cimarron River
East to U.S. 177 Payne County, OK ..............
Washington Boulevard Improvements in Beaumont, Texas .....................................................
Widen Midway Road from South 25th Street
to U.S. 1 in St. Lucie County .........................
Enhance road and transportation facilities in
the vicinity of W. 65th St. and Broadway,
New York City .................................................
Construct Kansas-Garrett Connector and I–20
Interchange Improvements .............................
Construct the SR 1058 Connector between PA
309 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Northeast Extension in Montgomery County .........
Reconstruct the Interstate 44 193rd street
interchange ......................................................
Roadway improvements to Woodbury Rd. at
intersection with Syosset-Woodbury Rd ........
Construct a handicapped accessible trail and
platform at Kettle Pond Visitor Center Administrative Facility ........................................
Construct Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge Road ..........................................................
Grade Separation at 32nd Street between I–15
and Harbor Drive, San Diego .........................
Widen Old Meridian Street from 2 to 4 lanes,
City of Carmel, Indiana ..................................
Construct a bicycle/pedestrian path, City of
Portage .............................................................
Widen Route 17 in Stafford ...............................
Widen Route 820 in Bergton, Virginia ..............
Construction of 2 North/South Blvds. and 2
East/West Blvds. in the vicinity of Northern
Illinois University ...........................................
Begin construction of road from U.S. 395 west
towards SR 14 .................................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking, and roadway redesign in Old Forge Borough, Lackawanna County .............................
Improvements to Amtrak Keystone Corridor
grade crossings at Irishtown Rd., New
Comer Rd., and a new bridge at Ebychiques
Rd .....................................................................
Acquire and construct trail and bikeway along
S. Chickamauga Creek in Chattanooga, TN

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Amount

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$5,000,000

$800,000

$160,000
$6,400,000
$2,080,000
$1,600,000
$4,000,000
$4,000,000
$1,280,000
$2,400,000
$1,600,000
$160,000
$200,000
$800,000
$900,000
$1,760,000
$4,000,000
$1,240,000
$8,320,000
$800,000

$160,000

$400,000
$1,280,000

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119 STAT. 1281

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

628

TX

629

MO

630

TX

631

NJ

632

NY

633

WA

634

ID

635

SC

636

PA

637
638

TX
VA

639

NJ

640

TX

641

WI

642

CT

643

TX

644
645

TN
GA

646

KY

647

GA

648

MS

649

NY

650

NJ

651

MN

652
653

NM
NJ

654

FL

Interchange improvements IH–30 Arlington at
FM 157 (Collins Street) and Center Street ...
Highway 350 Access Management Study from
I–435 to I–470 ..................................................
Reconstruct Mile 6 W from US83 to SH 107,
Hidalgo County ................................................
Pedestrian facilities and street lighting on
Haddon Avenue from Albertson Avenue to
Glenwood Avenue, Haddon Township ...........
Rehabilitate highway bridges—Ithaca secondary line .......................................................
Buckley, WA; New Road alignments on 112th
Street Corridor ................................................
Construct Washington Street North from the
end of Project # (STP 7072(102)) to the beginning of Project # (DHP-NH-F-2390(104))
Construction of the U.S. 15/SC–341 connector
parallel to I–20, Lee County ...........................
Construct Recreational Trail from Oil City to
Rynd Farm (Venango County) .......................
FM 1637 from FM 3051 to FM 185, Waco ........
Green Cove Station—Improvements to existing Forest Service facility located at trailhead of Virginia Creeper Trail .......................
South Essex Street Bridge Pedestrian Access
Improvements, Orange ...................................
FM 3391 (East Renfro St.) from I–35W to CR
602, Burleson ...................................................
Replace Wisconsin Street Bridge (STH 44) in
Oshkosh, Wisconsin ........................................
Construct Route 11 Extension and bicycle and
pedestrian path from Salem to Waterford ....
Drainage Study and Engineering for U.S. 83
in Starr County ...............................................
Widen SR 62 in Knox County, TN ....................
Widen U.S. 17 SR 25 from Yacht Drive to
Harry Driggers Boulevard, Glynn County,
Georgia .............................................................
Widen U.S. 25 from U.S. 421 North to KY 876,
Madison County ..............................................
Widen U.S. 280/SR 30 from east of Flint River
to SR 300 Connector west of Cordele ............
Upgrade roads in Gunnison, Mound Bayou,
Beulah, Benoit, Pace and Shaw, Bolivar
County ..............................................................
Construct and enhance Fillmore Avenue and
traffic down-grade and infrastructure improvements to Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo ..
Construct Route 46 and Main Street intersection in Lodi ......................................................
Phase III construction of Trunk Highway
61010 Minnesota .............................................
NM 128 JCT NM 31 East to Texas State Line
Replacement of Prospect Avenue Culvert, City
of Summit, County of Union ..........................
U.S. 441 Traffic Improvements—Road surface,
road access, curb, gutter, and right-of-way,
Miami Gardens ................................................

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$800,000
$800,000
$346,400
$2,000,000
$1,600,000
$4,400,000
$3,600,000
$1,200,000
$1,600,000
$80,000
$462,400
$2,200,000
$10,000,000
$14,400,000
$800,000
$6,500,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$1,200,000
$1,600,000
$4,000,000
$3,200,000
$320,000
$720,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

655

MN

656

NY

657
658
659
660

NY
IN
GA
MI

661

IN

662

SC

663
664

TX
MN

665

KY

666

NY

667

OR

668

MN

669

NJ

670

TX

671

OH

672

NV

673

NY

Environmental studies and right-of-way acquisition for Trunk Highway 55 Corridor Protection Project ..................................................
Roadway improvements on Woodbine Avenue
between 5th Avenue and Beach Avenue .......
Saugerties, Improve downtown streets .............
Widen U.S. 31 Hamilton County, Indiana ........
Build a bridge across Big Indian Creek, Perry
Carpenter Road Reconstruction—700 feet
South of Textile Road to I–94, Washtenaw
County ..............................................................
Resurface and widen Shelby County Indiana
400 North Phases IV and V ...........................
Widen West Georgia Road from Neely Ferry
Road to Fork Shoals Road ..............................
Construct Phase II of City of Killeen SH 201 ..
Interchange improvements at I–94 and CSAH
19 and at CSAH 37 in the City of
Albertville, MN ................................................
Construction of bypass between KY 55 and
U.S. 68 at Lebanon in Marion County ..........
Peruville Road/Creating overpass to address
intersection safety issue .................................
Add a southbound lane to section of I–5
through Portland, OR between Delta Park
and Lombard ....................................................
10th Street Bridge Expansion in St. Cloud,
MN ....................................................................
Intermodal Access Improvements to the Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor ..................................
Nolana Loop from FM 1426 to FM 88, Hidalgo
County ..............................................................
Perry Park Road Improvements and Pedestrian Trail Expansion at Call Road in the
Village of Perry, OH ........................................
Implement Regional Transportation of Southern Nevada FAST system ...............................
Bronx River Greenway 233rd Street Connection ....................................................................
...............................................................................
Planning and design for development of future
highway connections to the Florida International Airport, Hardee County ...................
Reconstruct and rebuild St. Croix River Crossing, connecting Wisconsin State Highway 64
in Houlton, Wisconsin to Minnesota State
Highway 36 in Stillwater, Minnesota ............
Conduct study for SR 45 to SR 386 Connector
Reconstruct and widen Shelby County Indiana
500 East from 1200 N to U.S. 52 ...................
Removal and Replacement of the Grand Avenue Bridge in the City of St. Louis ................
Conduct reconstruction and managed lanes
project on Airport Freeway (SH 183–SH
121) from IH 820 to the Dallas County Line
Reconstruction of Hanford Boulevard, North
Miami Beach ....................................................
Commonwealth Ave/Kenmore Sq. roadway and
pedestrian improvements ...............................

674
675

FL

676

WI

677
678

TN
IN

679

MO

680

TX

681

FL

682

MA

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$4,000,000
$640,000
$960,000
$800,000
$1,000,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$4,800,000
$800,000
$1,200,000
$1,600,000
$4,000,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$53,600
$5,000,000
$750,000
$0
$400,000

$5,600,000
$400,000
$800,000
$2,800,000
$4,000,000
$2,200,000
$4,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1283

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

683

NY

684

PA

685

OH

686

VA

687

GA

688

CA

689

WI

690

NY

691

WI

692
693

WA
OH

694
695

WV
TX

696
697

NC
PA

698

NJ

699

FL

700

WA

701

CA

702

CA

703
704

IL
SC

705

IA

Pedestrian walkway and bikeway improvements along the NYC Greenway System in
Coney Island ....................................................
Restore Route 222 in Maxatawny and Richmond Townships, Berks County, PA .............
Study and design of modifications to I–75
interchanges at M.L. King, Jr.,/Hopple, I–74,
and Mitchell in Cincinnati .............................
Widen Route 10 to six lanes from Route 1 to
Meadowville Road, Chesterfield .....................
Rebuild sidewalks, install sidewalks, and add
speed monitoring system, Alamo ...................
Widen Wilmington Ave. from 223rd street including ramp modifications, Carson ..............
Construct SH 32 (Claude Allouez) bridge in
DePere, Wisconsin (Brown County, Wisconsin) ..............................................................
Construction of drainage improvements and
aesthetic enhancements to Oak Beach Road
in the Town of Babylon, NY ...........................
Construct an alternative connection to divert
local traffic from I–90, a major highway, and
allow movement through the Gateway commercial development project ...........................
East Marine View Drive Widening in Everett
Construction of safety improvements at intersection of U.S. 422 and SR 700 in Geauga
County, OH ......................................................
Upgrade Route 10, Logan Co .............................
Conduct Preliminary Engineering for Funnel
Project on SH 114 from BS 114L to Dallas
County Line and on SH 121 from SH 360 to
Dallas Co Line .................................................
Install ITS on U.S. 70 Clayton Bypass .............
Brighton Road Extension-Add new street to N
Shore roadway network to facilitate access
to amphitheater ...............................................
Broad Street Streetscape Project in Elizabeth
to provide physical improvements and to enhance transportation flow and efficiency ......
Construction of 4 lane highway around Jacksonville connecting U.S. 1 to Route 9A .........
510–507 Loop—Conduct engineering, design,
and ROW acquisition for alternative route to
two existing highways that bisect Yelm, WA
Develop and implement traffic calming measures for traffic exiting the I–710 into Long
Beach ................................................................
San Diego, CA Construction of the I–5 and SR
56 Connectors ..................................................
Upgrade Ridge Avenue, Evanston .....................
Widening and improvements of SC Highway 5
Bypass in York County ...................................
Widening and Reconstruction, I–235, Des
Moines ..............................................................

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$2,000,000

$2,400,000
$800,000
$250,000
$4,000,000

$400,000

$408,000

$3,200,000
$3,500,000

$240,000
$4,000,000

$3,200,000
$800,000

$800,000

$560,000
$2,400,000

$2,000,000

$1,600,000
$6,400,000
$2,400,000
$1,600,000
$8,720,000

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119 STAT. 1284

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

706

CA

707

NC

708

NY

709

CA

710

TX

711

NJ

712

CA

713

NV

714

NY

715

IL

716

CA

717

PA

718

MN

719

CA

720

WA

721

WA

722

FL

723

NE

724

TN

725

GA

726

CA

Bay Road improvements between University
Avenue to Fordham, and from Clarke Avenue to Cooley Landing. Northern access improvements between University and Illinois
Avenues, East Palo Alto .................................
Project to widen U.S. 501 from NC 49 in
Roxboro to the VA State line with part on
new location .....................................................
Congestion reduction, traffic flow improvement
and intermodal transfer study at Roosevelt
Avenue/74th Street in Queens .......................
Construct bicycle and pedestrian bridge between Oyster Bay Regional Park in San
Leandro and Metropolitan Golf Course in
Oakland ............................................................
For right-of-way acquisition and construction
of Seg 5 and 6 of SH 130 from 183 to
Seguin, TX .......................................................
Construct the Airport Circle Elimination at
Tilton and Delilah Roads, Atlantic County ...
The Alameda Corridor SR 47 Port Access Expressway design funding ................................
Construct U.S. Highway 95—Las Vegas Beltway Interchange ..............................................
Repair and repave the north side of the Mineola train station .............................................
Repair of CH 29 and reconstruction of CH 8 at
interchanges with Interstate 55 at Towanda
and Lexington, Illinois ....................................
Conduct a Project Study Report for new Highway 99 interchange between SR 165 and
Bradbury Road, serving Turlock/Hilmar region ...................................................................
Construction of U.S. 22 to I–79 Section of
Southern Beltway, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Construction of new highway between the
bridge over Partridge River on CR 565 in
Hoyt Lakes to the intersection of CSAH 21
and 70, Babbitt ................................................
State Route 1 improvements between Soquel
and Morrissey Blvd. including merge lanes
and the La Fonda overpass, Santa Cruz .......
The West Corridor Coalition in Washington
State .................................................................
North Sound Connecting Communities Transportation Project Planning .............................
West Relief Bridge Rehabilitation, Bay Harbor
Islands ..............................................................
Western Douglas County Trails Project, Nebraska ...............................................................
Bristol, Tennessee highway—RR grade Crossing improvement—Hazelwood Street ............
Extend East Greene Street, install street
lights,
utilities,
and
landscaping,
Milledgeville .....................................................
Grade Separation at Vanowen and Cliveborne,
Burbank ...........................................................

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$4,800,000

$3,200,000

$640,000

$600,000

$4,800,000
$800,000
$8,000,000
$10,000,000
$120,000

$800,000

$400,000
$1,200,000

$2,400,000

$2,936,000
$250,000
$960,000
$1,200,000
$5,600,000
$80,000

$400,000
$800,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1285

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

727

MA

728

NY

729

MN

730

WI

731

NH

732
733

CA
CA

734

TX

735

PA

736

AZ

737

SC

738

FL

Improve traffic signal operations, pavement
markings and regulatory signage, MiltonBoston City Line ..............................................
Port Jervis, NY downtown pedestrian mall
and promenade ................................................
Construct Soo Line Trail from north of Bowlus
to the east side of Mississippi River ..............
Construct traffic mitigation signals, signs, and
other upgrades for Howard Ave, St. Francis
Reconstruction of NH 11 and NH 28 Intersection in Alton .....................................................
Riverside Drive Improvements, Los Angeles ....
Upgrade CA SR 4 East from the vicinity of
Loveridge Road to G Street, Contra Costa
County ..............................................................
Widen SH 24 from a 2-lane facility to 4-lane
divided facility from SH 19 to Cooper, TX ....
Rail crossing signalization upgrade, Willow
Street, Fleetwood, Berks .................................
Navajo Route 20/Navajo Nation, Coconino
County, AZ/To Conduct a 2-lane road design
for 28 miles of dirt road between the communities of Le Chee, Coppermine, and Gap
Construct Hub City Connector Passage (12.5
miles of bicycle-pedestrian improvements,
176–SC 56), part of state-wide Palmetto
Trail Project .....................................................
Construct U.S. 1/SR 100 Connector, Bunnell,
Florida ..............................................................
...............................................................................
Design and environmental analysis for State
Route 11 connecting State Route 905 to the
new East Otay Mesa Port of Entry, San
Diego .................................................................
Improve North Fork Trail, Southold .................
Interstate Route H1 Deck Repair, Airport Viaduct ...................................................................
Replace Grade Separation at Eastland and
Sheldon Road, Berea .......................................
Widen I–5 through Lewis County .....................
Engineering, design, and construction of I–73
from the North Carolina State Line to I–95
Planning and construction of a bicycle trail adjacent to the I–90 and SR 615 Interchange
in Lake County, OH ........................................
Widening of Boiling Springs 9 from Rainbow
Lake Rd. to SC 292 .........................................
Construct Streetscape Project, Orland Hills .....
...............................................................................
Widening of Oregon Hwy 217 between
Tualatin Valley Hwy and the U.S. 26 interchange, Beaverton ...........................................
SR 10 widening, New Morgan Borough and
Caernarvon Township, PA ..............................
Widen M–72 from U.S. 31 easterly 7.2 miles to
Old M–72 .........................................................
Widening of Rt. 22 and SR 26 in Huntingdon.
Upgrades to the interchange at U.S. Rt. 22
and SR 26 .........................................................

739
740

CA

741
742

NY
HI

743

OH

744
745

WA
SC

746

OH

747

SC

748
749
750

IL
OR

751

PA

752

MI

753

PA

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$560,000
$396,000
$320,000
$560,000
$320,000
$16,000,000
$1,600,000
$260,320

$800,000

$800,000
$2,000,000
$0

$800,000
$200,000
$3,816,000
$600,000
$3,750,000
$8,000,000
$2,000,000
$4,800,000
$320,000
$0
$7,745,600
$1,600,000
$2,000,000
$2,700,000

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119 STAT. 1286

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

754

MN

755

KS

756
757
758

MA
NH
FL

759

NY

760

WI

761

LA

762

GA

763

MD

764

FL

765

OH

766
767

MA
NJ

768

PA

769
770

TX
OH

771

TN

772

NY

773

TN

774
775

NY
IN

776

TN

777

AK

778

PA

779

NY

780
781

OR
FL

782

WI

783

FL

Widening of U.S. Highway 61 at Frontenac
Station, MN .....................................................
Construction and reconstruction of four interchanges on I–435, I–35 and U.S. 69 in Johnson Co ...............................................................
Melnea Cass Blvd. Reconstruction ....................
Improve Meredith Village Traffic Rotary .........
Implement Blue Heron Boulevard Streetscape
Improvements, City of Riviera Beach ............
Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety including in the vicinity of PS Q114 .................
Reconstruct SH 181 between Florist Ave. and
North Milwaukee County Line ......................
Replace the Prospect Street Bridge (LA 3087),
Houma ..............................................................
Streetscape improvements along LaVista Road
in the Northlake business district of DeKalb
County, Georgia ...............................................
Study Greater Towson Area traffic flow and
future needs .....................................................
Construct U.S. 1 Improvements, Cities of
Holly Hill and Ormond Beach, Florida .........
Transportation Enhancements to the downtown area of the Village of Chagrin Falls,
OH ....................................................................
Pedestrian Walkway for the Town of Norwood
Restoration of Route 35 in Ocean County, New
Jersey ...............................................................
Extension of Third Street from Interstate 83
to Chestnut Street, Harrisburg ......................
Carlton road grade separation, Laredo, TX ......
Construct connector roadway between SR 13
and Horns Hill Road in north Newark ..........
Construct new lighting on Veterans Memorial
Bridge, Loudon County, Tennessee ...............
Roadway improvements on CR 3 between
Ruland Rd. and I–495 .....................................
Construct State Route 385 (North and East)
around the City of Memphis ..........................
Waterloo, NY by-pass project .............................
Extend Everbrook Drive from SR 332 to Bethel Avenue in the City of Muncie, Indiana .....
Construct Proposed SR 397 extension from SR
96 West to U.S. 431 North to Franklin
Williamson County ..........................................
Construct linking road from airport to port in
Akutan ..............................................................
Uniontown to Brownsville section of Pennsylvania Mon/Fayette Expressway .....................
Ashburton Avenue Reconstruction, Yonkers,
New York .........................................................
Highway 22, Polk County ..................................
I–75 Widening and Improvements in Collier
and Lee County, Florida .................................
Pioneer Road Rail Grade Separation (Fond du
Lac, Wisconsin) ................................................
Design and construction of double-deck roadway system exiting FLL airport connecting
Y.S. 1 and I–595 ..............................................

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$640,000
$3,200,000
$2,160,000
$800,000
$2,000,000
$250,000
$3,600,000
$2,400,000
$160,000
$160,000
$320,000
$560,000
$780,000
$1,600,000
$4,320,000
$4,000,000
$1,000,000
$200,000
$1,776,000
$2,520,000
$5,600,000
$512,000
$1,780,000
$1,500,000
$4,000,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$36,000,000
$5,000,000
$3,200,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1287

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

784

MI

785

GA

786

IL

787

OR

788

VA

789

WI

790

IL

791
792

DC
MA

793

NM

794

FL

795

FL

796

GA

797
798

IL
PA

799

PA

800

NJ

801

PA

802

IL

803

IL

804

NY

805

PA

806

CA

807

PA

808

GA

809

IL

810

NH

Wayne, Reconstruct one quarter of a mile
stretch of Laurenwood ....................................
Construct the West Cleveland Bypass from
U.S. 129 SR 11 near Hope Road extending
west of Cleveland, on new and existing locations to SR 75 ..................................................
Reconstruct Highway-Railway crossing over
U.S. 14 and realignment of U.S. 14, Des
Plaines ..............................................................
Highway 22-Cascade Highway interchange improvements, Marion County ...........................
Widen Route 29 between Eaton Place and
Route 123 in Fairfax City, VA .......................
Reroute State Hwy 11 near Burlington, WI
(Walworth and Racine Counties, WI) ............
East Peoria, Illinois Technology Blvd. upgrades ...............................................................
Metro Branch Trail Construction ......................
Study and design I–93/Mystic Ave. Interchange at Assembly Sq ...................................
Widening of U.S. 491 from Navajo 9 to Colorado State border ............................................
Construct access road to link Jacksonville
International Airport to I–95 .........................
Widening of SR 60 from 66th Avenue to I–95
in Indian River County, FL ............................
Widening of SR 133: Colquitt Co./Daughtery
Co ......................................................................
Upgrade streets, Stickney Township .................
Widening of SR 1001 Section 601 in Clinton
County ..............................................................
Widening of Route 40 in Wharton Township,
Fayette County, Pa .........................................
Widening of Route 1 and intersection improvements in South Brunswick .............................
Construct PA 706 Wyalusing Bypass Bradford
County, Pennsylvania .....................................
Construct four lane extension of IL RT29 from
Rochester to Taylorville ..................................
Widening of Old Madison Road, St. Clair
County ..............................................................
Construction of Bicycle Path and Pedestrian
Trail in City of Dunkirk .................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking, and roadway redesign in Plains Township, Luzerne County ......................................
Replace I–880 overpass at Davis St. in San
Leandro ............................................................
DuBois-Jefferson County Airport Access Road
Construction ....................................................
Streetscape project to improve accessibility
and safety for pedestrians, Mount Vernon ....
Replacement of Fullerton Avenue Bridge and
Pedestrian Walkway .......................................
Construct intersection at U.S. 3 and Pembroke
Hill Road in Pembroke ....................................

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$2,320,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$2,400,000
$3,200,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$1,600,000
$4,000,000
$800,000
$800,000
$2,206,400
$800,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$800,000
$480,000
$1,600,000
$400,000

$160,000
$600,000
$1,200,000
$400,000
$3,840,000
$560,000

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119 STAT. 1288

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

811

FL

812

CT

813

MN

814

NM

815

VA

816

MI

817

IN

818

TN

819

SD

820

GA

821

NY

822

GA

823

CA

824

IL

825

TX

826

PA

827
828

AL
TN

829

MA

830

IA

831

NJ

832
833
834
835

NJ
OH
IA
VA

A new interchange with the Pineda Causeway
Extension and I–95 .........................................
Make Improvements to Groton Bicycle and Pedestrian Trails and Facilities .........................
TH 36—Stillwater Bridge; cut-and-cover approach to river crossing ..................................
U.S. 54 Reconstruction, Tularosa to Santa
Rosa ..................................................................
Daniel Boone Wilderness Trail Corridor—Acquire site; design and construction of interpretative center, enhancement of trail corridor ..................................................................
Widening of M–24 from two lanes to four lanes
with a boulevard from I–69 to the county
line ....................................................................
Construct U.S. 231 in Spencer and Dubois
Counties in Indiana ........................................
Construct overpass at Highway 321 and Highway 11 Loudon County, Tennessee ................
Improve the SD Advanced Traveler Information System ......................................................
Streetscape, lighting, and traffic enhancements from Lancaster to Church Street on
Bellevue, Dublin ..............................................
Implement ITS system and apparatus to enhance citywide truck route system on Avenue P between Coney Island Avenue and
Ocean Avenue in the 9th District of New
York ..................................................................
Install sidewalks, trails, lighting, and amenities in Balls Ferry Park, Wilkinson County
Construct Inland Empire Transportation Management Center in Fontana to better regulate traffic and dispatch personnel to incidents .................................................................
Reconstruct Milwaukee Avenue, including Six
Corners .............................................................
Implementation and quantification of benefits
of large-scale landscaping along freeways
and interchanges in the Houston region .......
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, and
construction of a connector road between PA
115 and Interstate 81 in Luzerne County .....
Pedestrian Improvements for Homewood, AL ..
Plan and construct a bicycle and pedestrian
trail, Gallatin ...................................................
Conduct design, feasibility and environmental
impact studies of proposal to relocate New
Bedford/Fairhaven bridge ...............................
Iowa City, IA Construction of arterial extension project connecting Coralville to west
and south Iowa City ........................................
Rehabilitate Route 139 in Jersey City—
Portway ............................................................
Route 605 extension to U.S. 206 ........................
Widen SR 170 Calcutta ......................................
Widening of Hwy 44, Grimes .............................
Widening of Highway 15 in Farmville, Virginia ..................................................................

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$10,400,000
$160,000
$400,000
$2,400,000

$2,560,000
$800,000
$4,800,000
$5,200,000
$800,000
$500,000

$100,000
$1,000,000

$1,200,000
$13,600,000
$22,796,800
$200,000
$320,000
$532,000
$1,400,000
$2,000,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$2,000,000
$800,000
$1,349,760

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119 STAT. 1289

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

836

MA

837

SC

838

NY

839
840

NC
NY

841

NY

842

FL

843

MA

844

FL

845
846

NJ
PA

847

MA

848
849
850

IA
NY
VA

851

PA

852

FL

853

NY

854

CO

855

CA

856
857
858

MA
MN
IA

859

NY

860

TX

861

KY

862

TN

Design and construct intersection improvements at Memorial Park II on Roosevelt
Ave. from Bay St. to Page Boulevard,
Springfield ........................................................
Widening of Frontage Road from U.S. 72 to
U.S. 56, Laurens, SC .......................................
Mill Road: NY Rte 261 to North Avenue in the
Town of Greece ................................................
Widening of Beckford Drive, City of Henderson
Realignment of Clove Road and Rt. 208, access
management improvements in Orange
County ..............................................................
City of Peeskill, NY Street Resurfacing Program, Brown Street .........................................
Fund advanced Right-of-Way Acquisition along
SR 52 in Pasco County, Florida .....................
Design, engineer, permit, and construct ‘‘Border to Boston Bikeway’’ rails-trails project,
from Salisbury to Danvers ..............................
Soutel Drive Road Enhancements, Jacksonville ...................................................................
Bicycle facilities in West Deptford Township ...
Create a direct connection between State Road
29 and State Route 113 ..................................
Design and construction of the north and
southbound ramps on Interstate 91 at Exit
19 ......................................................................
NW 70th Ave. reconstruction, Johnston ...........
Town of Minisink South Plank Road ................
Town of St. Paul—Restoration of historic
Hillman House to serve as trail system information center and construction of stations
on trails ............................................................
Conduct environmental review and acquire
right-of-way for preferred alternative to improve PA 41 .....................................................
Acquire Right-of-Way for Ludlam Trail,
Miami, Florida .................................................
Construct Safe Routes to Schools projects in
New York City .................................................
Construction of U.S. 24—Tennessee Pass, Colorado .................................................................
Implement Riverside Avenue Railroad Bridge
improvements, south of Interstate 10 in Rialto ....................................................................
Longwood Ave/Urban Ring Tunnel Study ........
Ely Area Joint Public Works Complex ..............
U.S. 63 improvement near New Hampton,
Iowa ..................................................................
Village of Unionville reconstruction of Main
Street ................................................................
Widening from two lanes to four of SH 36 from
Bellville, TX to Sealy, TX ...............................
Comprehensive Traffic Study for intersection
of Main Street and Berea College Campus,
Berea ................................................................
Improve State Route 62 in Morgan County
near U.S. 27 in Wartburg to Petit Lane from
existing two lane highway to four lanes ........

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$800,000
$2,240,000
$400,000
$768,000
$960,000
$41,600
$2,960,000
$800,000
$1,200,000
$92,000
$2,400,000
$1,200,000
$4,000,000
$220,000

$120,000
$3,360,000
$400,000
$2,800,000
$4,800,000
$400,000
$450,000
$1,500,000
$6,960,000
$64,000
$7,200,000
$480,000
$3,600,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

863

IL

864
865

OR
FL

866

CA

867

CA

868

PA

869

NY

870

LA

871

MA

872

PA

873
874

MI
OH

875

PA

876

NY

877

NY

878

PA

879

NY

880
881

TX
CA

882

CA

883

PA

884

CA

885

MI

886
887

WA
IL

Construct West Corbin Overpass over Illinois
255, Bethalto ....................................................
I–5/99W connector ..............................................
Improvements to I–75 in the City of Pembroke
Pines, Florida ...................................................
Planning, design, engineering, and construction of Naval Air Station, North Island access tunnel on SR 75–282 corridor, San
Diego .................................................................
Construct road from Mace Blvd. in Yolo County to federally supported Pacific Flyway
wildlife area .....................................................
Construction of ramps on I–95 and U.S. 322,
widening of streets and intersections ............
Construct and restore pedestrian and residential roadways in downtown business district
in Rockville Centre ..........................................
Plan, design, and construct Pointe Clair Expressway in Iberville Parish ...........................
Construction of East Milton Parking Deck over
Interstate/Rt. 93 ..............................................
Reconstruction of I–176 in Cumru and Robeson Townships, Berks County ........................
Resurfacing of Masonic Boulevard in Fraser ...
Construct Ohio River Trail from Downtown
Cincinnati, Ohio to Salem Road .....................
Realignment and reconstruction of SR 60
interchange with U.S. 22–30 and reconstruct
adjacent Tonidale-Bayer intersection ............
Construction and rehabilitation of East and
West John Streets in the Village of
Lindenhurst, NY ..............................................
Construct Northern State Parkway and Long
Island Expressway access at Marcus Avenue
and Lakeville Road and associated Park and
Ride ..................................................................
Deployment of an Intelligent Transportation
System along I–476 PA Turnpike NE Ext/
PA 309 and I–76 Schuylkill Exprway in
Montgomery County ........................................
Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety including in the vicinity of PS Q153 .................
Build 36th Street Extension in San Antonio ....
North Atlantic Pedestrian Bridge, Monterey
Park ..................................................................
Reconstruct Eastern Ave. from Muller St. to
Watcher St. in Bell Gardens ..........................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking, and roadway redesign in West Pittston,
Luzerne County ...............................................
Design Traffic Flow Improvements Azusa and
Amar, City of West Covina .............................
Reconstruction of Nine Mile Road in
Eastpointe ........................................................
Redmond, WA City-wide ITS .............................
Reconstruction and realignment of Baseline
Rd., Montgomery, IL .......................................

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$4,000,000
$248,000
$6,000,000

$4,000,000
$800,000
$2,400,000
$800,000
$2,400,000
$1,000,000
$2,400,000
$928,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$836,000

$4,800,000

$3,200,000
$250,000
$1,680,000
$480,000
$800,000

$160,000
$1,000,000
$896,000
$800,000
$1,664,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1291

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

888

NY

889
890

CO
MA

891

CA

892

PA

893
894

TX
HI

895
896

MI
CA

897

OH

898

MO

899

WA

900

KY

901

NY

902

FL

903

MI

904

NV

905

NY

906

NY

907

TX

908
909

FL
NE

910

KY

911

OH

912

IL

913
914

IL
ID

Transportation Enhancements to support development of Erie Canal in Orleans County,
NY .....................................................................
U.S. 160, East of Wolf Creek Pass ....................
Design, engineering, and construction at I–93
The
Junction
Interchange,
Andover,
Tewksbury and Wilmington ...........................
Rosemead Boulevard/Highway 19 Renovation
Project, Pico Rivera .........................................
Intersection improvements at PA Route 209
and Water Company Road, construction of a
bridge and access enhancements to Nature
and Arts Center, Upper Paxton Township ....
Improvements to FM 1979 in Caldwell County
Interstate Route H 1 guard rail and shoulder
improvements, Waikele Bridge to Airport
Interchange, Honolulu ....................................
M–168 Reconstruction in the village of Elberta
Colima Road at Fullerton Road Intersection
Improvements ..................................................
Design and construct Youngstown State University Roadway and Pedestrian Safety Improvements, Youngstown ................................
Reconstruct Interstate 44 and Highway 39
Interchange ......................................................
Complete final Columbia River crossing Environmental Impact Statement for SR 35 in
Klickitat County ..............................................
Reconstruct U.S. 127 at Bellows Road, Mercer
County ..............................................................
Roadway and Pedestrian Improvements for
Times and Duffy Squares in New York City
Six lane expansion of State Road 200 (A1A)
from Interstate 95 east to Amelia Island ......
Widen and reconstruct Tienken Road in Rochester Hills from Livernois to Sheldon ............
Design and Construct I–580 Meadowood Complex Improvements, Washoe County .............
Town of Chester reconstruction of 13 independent town roads .........................................
Implement ITS system and apparatus to enhance citywide truck route system at 9th
Street and 3rd Avenue intersection in Kings
County ..............................................................
Construction of highway infrastructure to provide flood protection for Nueces County ........
Widen State Road 80, Hendry County ..............
Construction of the Columbus, Nebraska
North Arterial Road ........................................
Extension of Newtown Pike from West Main
Street to South Limestone Street, Lexington
Road construction and related improvements
in the Village of Gates Mills, OH ..................
Widening and Reconstruction of 55th Street
from Holmes Avenue to Williams Street in
Westmont and Clarendon Hills ......................
Road upgrades for the Village of Oreana, IL ....
Widen Amity Road from Chestnut Street to
Robinson Road in Nampa, Idaho ...................

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$240,000
$12,000,000
$2,200,000
$80,000

$600,000
$240,000
$3,040,000
$1,760,000
$800,000
$2,100,000
$4,000,000
$640,000
$480,000
$3,200,000
$3,200,000
$10,800,000
$1,600,000
$160,000

$100,000
$800,000
$2,800,000
$3,600,000
$16,000,000
$400,000
$1,200,000
$707,200
$1,600,000

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119 STAT. 1292

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

915

TX

916

GA

917
918

CA
MA

919

TX

920

MN

921

AL

922

GA

923

IL

924
925

NY
PA

926

CA

927

GA

928

MD

929

AZ

930
931

ME
FL

932
933

TX
WI

934

IN

935

MN

936

FL

937
938

CA
CA

939

NJ

940

AL

941

TN

Widening FM 60 (University Drive) from SH 6
to FM 158, College Station .............................
Widening Cedarcrest Road from Paulding
County line to Governors Towne ....................
Widening Avenue 416 in Dinuba California .....
Infrastructure Improvements in the GardnerKilby-Hammond Area, Worcester ..................
Extend Munn Street from Demaree Ln. to
Gellhorn Drive .................................................
City of Moorhead SE Main GSI, 34th St. and
I–94 Interchange and Moorhead Comprehensive Rail Safety Program ................................
Widening and safety improvements to SR 216
between SR 215 and I–59, I–20 .....................
The Carrollton Greenbelt Project, City of
Carrollton, Georgia ..........................................
Improve safety of culvert replacement on
250th Rd. between 460th St. and County
Hwy 20 in Grandview Township, Edgar
County, IL ........................................................
Kingston, Improve uptown streets ....................
Replace Blair Creek Bridge over the Little Lehigh Creek, just west of the Maple Grove
Bridge, in Longswamp Township, Berks
County ..............................................................
Construct highway connecting State Route 78/
86 and State Route 111, Brawley ..................
Widening and improvements on Colerain Road
in St. Marys, Georgia ......................................
Implement Pedestrian and Roadway Improvements Contained in the Druid Hill Park
Neighborhood Access Program in Baltimore
Kabba Wash project between I–40 and
Wikieup ............................................................
Route 2 Improvements from Bethel to Gilead ..
Widening and Improvements for I–75 in Collier and Lee County ........................................
Widening 349 Dawson and Martin County ......
Widen Wisconsin State Highway 64 between
Houlton and New Richmond ..........................
Widen Wheeling Avenue from Centennial to
McGalliard Road in the City of Muncie, Indiana .................................................................
Construct a bike trail along the north side of
TH 11 to the Voyageurs National Park Visitor Center on Black Bay of Rainy Lake .......
Construct pedestrian underpass and safety improvements at SR A1A and Castillo Drive,
City of St. Augustine .......................................
Rehabilitate street surfaces in Sherman Oaks
Repair and realignment of Brahma Drive and
Winnetka Ave ..................................................
Riverwalk in Millburn along the West Branch
of the Rahway River .......................................
I–20 widening and safety improvements in St.
Clair County ....................................................
Plan and construct Rutherford County visitor’s
center/Transportation information hub .........

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$2,400,000
$2,520,000
$1,200,000
$600,000
$800,000
$2,400,000
$1,813,333
$280,000

$256,000
$1,040,000

$1,280,000
$7,600,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$1,000,000
$21,600,000
$1,600,000
$3,200,000
$768,000
$540,000
$1,280,000
$99,200
$240,000
$600,000
$4,000,000
$400,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1293

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

942

UT

943
944

CA
IL

945

LA

946

CO

947

FL

948

ID

949

IL

950

CA

951

CA

952

ID

953

MI

954

CA

955

OH

956
957

TX
NC

958
959

NC
GA

960

NY

961

CA

962

NY

963

IL

964

PA

965

FL

Streetscape a 2-lane road and add turning
lanes at key intersections on Santa Clara
Drive in Santa Clara .......................................
U.S. 101 Operational Improvements, San Jose
Upgrade traffic signal system on 87th Street,
Chicago .............................................................
Water Well Road Gateway Corridor (LA
478)—Design, right-of-way, and Construction of 3.6 miles from I–49 to LA 1 ................
East 104th and U.S. 85 Intersection: Study,
design, and construction of needed improvements to intersection ......................................
Widen West Virginia Drive from Floresta
Drive to U.S. 1 in St. Lucie ............................
Widen U.S. 95 in Idaho from Jct. SH 1 to Canadian Border ..................................................
Engineering of the Willow Creek Trail Extension from Rock Cut State Park to the Long
Prairie Trail .....................................................
Widen Interstate 8 overpass at Dogwood Road,
Imperial County ..............................................
Improve bridge 58–7 on SR 115 that crosses
the Alamo River in Holtville and also project
design and environmental analysis of a new
bridge over the same river .............................
Widen U.S. 95 from Worley to Mica Creek,
Idaho .................................................................
Complete the 2 segments of U.S. 127 from
Ithaca to St. Johns to a limited access freeway ...................................................................
Construct a new interchange where I–15
meets Cajalco Road in Corona, CA ................
Construct interchange at CR 80 on IR 77 near
Dover ................................................................
Colonial Drive Project, Cleburne .......................
Widen and improve I–85 through Cabarrus
County from U.S. 29/49 to 29/601 ..................
U.S. 401 from Raleigh to Fayetteville ...............
Construct and Improve Westside Parkway,
Northern Section, in Fulton County ..............
City of Peeskill, NY Street Resurfacing Program, Hudson Avenue ....................................
Construction of CA 101 Auxiliary Lanes,
Marsh Rd. to Santa Clara County Line ........
For the acquisition of ferry boats and ferry terminal facilities and operation of ferry service
from Rockland County-Yonkers-Manhattan
For engineering, right-of-way acquisition and
reconstruction of two existing lanes on Arsenal Road from Baseline Rd. to Rt. 53 ............
For the Scranton City Redevelopment Authority to design, engineer, acquire ROW and
construct streetscaping enhancements, paving, lighting and safety improvements, parking, and roadway redesign ..............................
Construct landscaped sidewalks, bus lanes, pedestrian/bicycle paths, vehicular lanes, City
of Plantation ....................................................

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$1,050,000
$4,000,000
$400,000
$4,520,000
$664,000
$2,400,000
$2,400,000
$160,000
$1,698,000

$800,000
$2,400,000
$4,000,000
$8,000,000
$5,000,000
$1,200,000
$6,400,000
$3,200,000
$3,200,000
$104,000
$1,800,000
$1,200,000
$1,700,000

$2,000,000
$1,228,833

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119 STAT. 1294

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

966

NY

967

PA

968
969
970

ID
OR
SD

971

CA

972
973

MO
IL

974

RI

975
976

TX
MA

977

FL

978

CT

979
980

PA
CT

981

VA

982
983

MI
MD

984

CA

985

IL

986

OH

987

IL

988

FL

989

PA

990

MI

991

ID

Improve Route 17—Access Control, Elmira to
Chemung ..........................................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking, and roadway redesign in Plymouth Borough, Luzerne County .....................................
Improve SH 75 from Timmerman to Ketchum
Improve U.S. 97 from Modoc Point to Algoma
Construct an interchange on I–90 at Marion
Road west of Sioux Falls ................................
Realign First St. between Mission Rd. and
Clarence St. in Los Angeles ............................
Relocation of Route 13 Branson West Bypass ..
Resurfacing Congress Parkway The Illinois
Department of Transportation .......................
Establish interchange between Route 4 and
Interstate 95 ....................................................
Improvements to FM 676 in Alton ....................
Reconstruction of Goddard Memorial Drive
from State Route 9 to Airport Drive, Worcester .....................................................................
Homestead, FL Widening of SW 320 Street
(Mowry Drive) from Flagler Avenue to SW
187 Avenue ......................................................
Broad Street Reconstruction Project in New
Britain ..............................................................
Construct Johnsonburg Bypass .........................
Construct Valley Service Road Extension,
North Haven ....................................................
Construction of transportation related enhancements and infrastructure of the VMFA
project ...............................................................
Reconstruct and Widen I–94 in Kalamazoo, MI
Land Acquisition for Highway Mitigation in
Cecil and Worcester Counties, MD ................
Construct overpass on Central Ave. at the railroad crossing in Newark .................................
City of Bartonville, Street widening and improvements and sidewalk improvements ......
Construct Williamsburg, Ohio to Batavia, Ohio
Hike, and Bike Trail .......................................
The continuation of U.S. Route 12 from the
Wisconsin State line to the intersection of
Tryon Grove Road, Route 12 and Illinois
State Route 31 .................................................
U.S. 17–92 and French Ave. Roundabout, Sanford ...................................................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking, and roadway redesign in Hanover
Township, Luzerne County .............................
Reduction from 3.5 miles of travel to 1.0 mile
of travel crossing over the Tittabawassee
River on Meridian Road ..................................
Widen U.S. 95 from Top of Lewiston Hill to
Moscow, Idaho .................................................

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$2,000,000

$160,000
$4,800,000
$1,600,000
$5,600,000
$1,000,000
$4,160,000
$400,000
$4,800,000
$400,000
$900,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,520,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$12,800,000
$15,600,000
$600,000
$762,058
$240,000

$2,400,000
$400,000

$160,000
$2,400,000
$1,600,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1295

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

992

TX

993

TX

Construct a pedestrian/bicycle trail in the Sunnyside area of Houston ...................................
Construct remaining 800-foot 4-lane divided
thoroughfare for Preston Rd. segment between Beltway 8 and Genoa Red Bluff Rd ....
...............................................................................
Medical University of South Carolina Roadway
Enhancement ...................................................
Acquisition of adjacent property to planned
Park-n-Ride at Kressler and Hamilton Boulevards in Wescosville, PA ..............................
Livonia, reconstruct Stark Rd. between Plymouth Rd. and I–96 ...........................................
PA Route 309 roadway construction and signalization improvements in Tamaqua Borough ..................................................................
Union Square Roadway and Streetscape Improvements .......................................................
Improvements to South McColl Road in Hidalgo County ....................................................
Widen U.S. Highway 61 and improve major
intersections, Natchez .....................................
Widen U.S. 82 from 2-lane facility to 4-lane facility from FM 1417 in Sherman, TX to U.S.
69 in Bells, TX .................................................
Widen U.S. 79, from FM 1512 near Jewett to
IH–45 to a 4-lane divided highway ................
Construct shoulder and turn lane on SR 35 in
Seymour, Tennessee ........................................
Construction of Heartland Expressway between Alliance and Minatare, NE .................
Pedestrian Sidewalk Construction in Snohomish ..................................................................
North Second Street Corridor Upgrade, Memphis ...................................................................
Purchase High Speed Ferries for Black River
Excursion Boat Service, Lorain ......................
MD4 at Suitland Parkway .................................
Widen U.S. 60 from approximately 2 miles
east of the U.S. 60/US 75 interchange east
approximately 5.5 miles ..................................
Widen U.S. 401 from Wake County to
Louisburg .........................................................
CUPSS, Pennsylvania, Urban Maglev Demonstration Test Project ....................................
Widen U.S. 287 Bypass at Ennis from two to
four lanes .........................................................
Widen U.S. 27 from KY 34 to U.S. 150 Bypass,
Garrard County and Lincoln County .............
Right-of-way acquisition for Mississippi River
Bridge connecting I–94 and U.S. 10 between
U.S. 169 and TH 101 ......................................
Rehabilitate Highway 53 between Chippewa
Falls and New Auburn ....................................
Widen U.S. Route 67 from Macomb to Illinois
101 ....................................................................
Widen U.S. Route 51 from Pana to Vandalia ...
Widen U.S. Route 34 from U.S. 67 to Carmen
Road ..................................................................

994
995

SC

996

PA

997

MI

998

PA

999

MA

1000

TX

1001

MS

1002

TX

1003

TX

1004

TN

1005

NE

1006

WA

1007

TN

1008

OH

1009
1010

MD
OK

1011

NC

1012

PA

1013

TX

1014

KY

1015

MN

1016

WI

1017

IL

1018
1019

IL
IL

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$928,000
$0
$3,200,000
$2,000,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$1,920,000
$3,040,000
$3,600,000
$1,600,000
$1,200,000
$6,000,000
$140,000
$1,600,000
$600,000
$3,200,000
$1,600,000
$2,400,000
$4,000,000
$6,400,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$3,200,000
$1,600,000
$2,400,000
$3,200,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

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State

Project Description

1020
1021

WA
NJ

1022

FL

1023

CA

1024

FL

1025

NY

1026

IL

1027

IL

1028

TN

1029

IL

1030

IL

1031

WI

1032

ME

1033

AR

1034

PA

1035
1036

HI
IL

1037

MN

1038

TN

1039

CA

1040

CA

1041

GA

1042

TX

1043

CA

1044

TN

1045

MI

1046

NY

Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall ...................
East Coast Greenway bicycle and pedestrian
path from New Brunswick to Hudson River
Construct bicycle and pedestrian underpass
and park under I–95, Miami ..........................
Implement Van Nuys Road and Safety Improvements .......................................................
New systems interchange ramps at SR 417
and Boggy Creek Road in Orange County,
FL .....................................................................
Reconstruction of Tappan Street Bridge in
Town of Newark Valley ..................................
Widen Rakow Road from Ackman Road to IL
Rt. 31 in McHenry County, Illinois ...............
Widen U.S. Route 30 from Rock Falls to
Round Grove, Whiteside County ....................
Bristol, Tennessee highway-RR grade crossing
improvement—Cedar Street ...........................
Perform Broadway and Sheridan Road signal
interconnect project, Chicago .........................
Widen U.S. Highway 30 in Whiteside County,
Illinois ..............................................................
Rehabilitate existing bridge and construct new
bridge on Michigan Street in Sturgeon Bay,
Wisconsin .........................................................
Replacement of the Route 201–A ‘‘covered’’
bridge, Norridgewock ......................................
Widen to four lanes, improvement, and other
development to U.S. Highway 167 from LA
State line north to I–530 ................................
Widen the Route 412 corridor from I–78 into
the City of Bethlehem .....................................
Construct access road for Kahului Airport .......
Improve Highway-Railroad Crossings, Galesburg ..................................................................
Sauk Rapids Bridge and Roadway Replacement in Sauk Rapids, MN ..............................
Construct Transportation and Heritage Museum in Townsend, Tennessee .......................
Widen State Route 98, including storm drain
developments, from Kloke Road to State
Route 111, Calexico .........................................
Widen State Route 98 from Route 111 to State
Route 7, Calexico .............................................
Construction of bypass around town of Hiram,
from SR 92 to U.S. 278, Paulding County,
Georgia .............................................................
Construction of the interchanges at BI20 and
IH20 for JBS Parkway ....................................
Widen State Route 46 between Airport Road
and the Shandon Rest Stop in San Luis
Obispo County .................................................
Widen State Route 4 (U.S. 78) from Mississippi State Line to Getwell Road (SR 176)
in Memphis, Shelby County ...........................
Baraga County, Reconstruction of county primary road on Bayshore Drive from Haanpaa
Road northerly 1.7 miles to Whirligig Road
Town of Warwick, NY walking and biking trail

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$11,200,000
$800,000
$1,200,000
$400,000
$6,400,000
$800,000
$5,720,000
$400,000
$40,000
$1,200,000
$800,000
$5,600,000
$3,000,000
$5,000,000
$8,000,000
$800,000
$600,000
$4,800,000
$800,000
$2,400,000
$4,000,000
$1,600,000
$2,000,000
$33,461,000
$800,000
$600,000
$400,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1297

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1047

AK

1048

GA

1049

NY

1050

NY

1051

CA

1052

TN

1053
1054

FL
AZ

1055

GA

1056

CT

1057

MI

1058
1059

TX
NY

1060

PA

1061

NC

1062

MO

1063

NY

1064

AZ

1065

TN

1066

NJ

1067

OK

1068

FL

1069

FL

1070

WI

Bridge over Fish Creek in Matanuska-Susitna
Borough ............................................................
GA 400 and McGinnis Ferry Road Interchange, Forsyth County, GA ..........................
Implement Improvements for Pedestrian Safety in Kings County ..........................................
Reconfigure road through FDR VA Hospital to
provide access to Battery Place in Town of
Cortlandt ..........................................................
Widen State Route 262, replace two railroad
overpass structures, and rebuild on and off
ramps between SR 262 and Kato Rd. in Fremont .................................................................
Widen State Route 101 in Cumberland County
from two lane highway to five lanes between
State Routes 282 (Dunbar Road) and 392 in
Crossville ..........................................................
Widen State Road 50 in Lake County, Florida
Construct a passing lane between the north
end of Lake Havasu City to I–40 ...................
Widen SR 85 from SR 74 to County Route 126
Bernhard Road, Fayette County, Georgia .....
Construct New arterial roadway from Barnum
Avenue north to proposed Lake Success
Business Park in Bridgeport, CT ...................
M–13 Washington Avenue Streetscape Project.
Phase II of High Priority Project 192 in Public Law 105–550, City of Saginaw ..................
Improvements to FM 716 in Duval County ......
Town of Chester Surrey Meadow subdivision
road improvements ..........................................
Cresheim Valley Drive Revitalization project
involving scenic enhancements and pedestrian safety improvements from Lincoln
Drive to Navajo Street ....................................
Transportation Improvements at Piedmont
Triad Research Park, Winston-Salem, NC ....
Upgrade and partially relocate MO Rt. 141
from I–64 to Rt. 340 ........................................
Construct Millennium Parkway in the Towns
of Dunkirk and Sheridan ................................
Construct the Rio Salado Parkway to connect
I–10 and Loop 202 freeways to 7th Street in
downtown Phoenix ..........................................
Improving Vehicle Efficiencies at At-Grade
highway-Railroad Crossing in Lenoir City,
TN .....................................................................
Replacement of Monmouth County bridges W–
7, W–8, and W–9 .............................................
U.S. 54, Widen U.S. 54 from North of Optima
Northeast to Kansas State Line, Texas
County, OK ......................................................
Widen Palm Coast Parkway and I–95 interchange and overpass, Flagler County, Florida .....................................................................
Delray Beach Federal Highway pedestrian improvements SE 4th Street to NE 4th Street
Expand Highway 10 between Marshfield and
Stevens Point ...................................................

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$2,400,000
$600,000
$316,000

$3,200,000

$6,400,000
$5,600,000
$1,600,000
$2,400,000
$8,000,000
$1,200,000
$800,000
$240,000

$880,000
$2,400,000
$2,880,000
$8,400,000
$6,400,000
$83,200
$2,400,000
$800,000
$2,320,000
$1,600,000
$16,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

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State

Project Description

1071

NY

1072

TN

1073

AK

1074

MI

1075

IL

1076

PA

1077

KS

1078

IN

1079

FL

1080

GA

1081

CA

1082

GA

1083

IN

1084

FL

1085

CA

1086

VA

1087
1088

TX
IA

1089

FL

1090

TX

1091

TX

1092

CA

1093

CA

Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety including in the vicinity of IS R72/PS R69 .......
Upgrade roads for Slack Water Port facility
and industrial park Lake County ..................
Emergency evacuation road at Point Hope in
North Slope Borough .......................................
Construct railroad grade separation on M–85
(Fort Street) North of Van Horn Road, Trenton .....................................................................
Land acquisition, engineering, and construction for the initial 2-lane segments of the
Corridor between IL 31 to IL 25 and other
segments of the Corridor as appropriate .......
Modernize traffic signals, complete minor
roadway realignment, and improve channelization at U.S. 322 and PA 10 intersection ...
Construction of a 4-lane access controlled improvement for 4 miles on US 54/400 in Pratt
County ..............................................................
Upgrade rail crossing at 93rd Avenue, St.
John ..................................................................
Widen SR 710 by 2 lanes from Congress Avenue to U.S. 1 ....................................................
Widen SR 234/Gillionville Road from Eight
Mile Road to Lockett Station, Dougherty
County ..............................................................
Widen SR 12 to four lanes through Jamieson
Canyon (between I–80 and SR 29) for safety
concerns and economic growth .......................
Widen SR 104 from SR 383/Belaire Road to
CR
515/Cumberland
Drive
(including
bridges) in Columbia County ..........................
Study Traffic on Muncie By-Pass from Centennial Avenue to McGalliard Road in the City
of Muncie and Delaware County, Indiana ....
Construct
U.S.
17–92
improvements,
Maitland, Florida ............................................
Widen South Main St.-Soda Bay Rd. between
CR 400A (mile marker 0.0-mile marker 0.7)
and CR 502 (mile marker 0.0 and 0.9) ..........
Replacement of the 635 Bridge in Orange
County, VA .......................................................
Construct Loop 20 in Laredo .............................
Construct SE Connector/Martin Luther King,
Jr., Pkwy, Des Moines ....................................
Construction and Design of Miami River
Greenway Road Improvements and 5th
Street Improvements ......................................
Widen SH 317 from two lanes to four lane divided facility ....................................................
Widen SH 205 from two lanes to a six lane
urban divided highway from North of SH 66
to proposed SH 276 .........................................
Widen Santa Maria River Bridge on U.S.
Highway 101 between Santa Barbara County and San Luis Obispo County .....................
Widen San Fernando Road North, including
streetscape projects, Sylmar ...........................

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$250,000
$1,500,000
$3,000,000
$1,600,000

$4,000,000
$384,000
$8,548,800
$160,000
$2,400,000
$800,000
$6,400,000
$3,200,000
$96,000
$1,200,000
$3,200,000
$400,000
$1,600,000
$7,200,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$2,720,000
$848,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1299

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1094

PA

1095

NJ

1096

ME

1097

MI

1098

IA

1099

IL

1100
1101

NY
GA

1102

MN

1103

WA

1104

GA

1105

DC

1106

MO

1107
1108

VA
NY

1109

MI

1110

UT

1111
1112

FL
VA

1113

VA

1114

NY

1115
1116

AZ
PA

1117

TX

1118

NY

1119

NJ

Central Susquehanna Valley Transportation
Project U.S. 15: $5 million for the final design ...................................................................
Construct Rt. 49 Cohansey River Bridge Replacement, Cumberland County .....................
Construction and snowmobile safety accommodations for Route 116 Bridge, Medway ....
Construct pedestrian trail and bridge in
Kearsley Park in Flint ....................................
Coralville, IA Implementation of final phase of
Safety Improvements Project from 12th Ave.
to 22nd Ave ......................................................
Expand and improve Illinois Route 47 Roadway from Reed Road to Kreutzer Road in
Huntley, Illinois ...............................................
Build Route 15, Pennsylvania to Presho ...........
I–285 Riverside interchange reconstruction,
Fulton County, Georgia ..................................
Construct 3 segments of Cuyuna Lakes Trails,
Crow Wing County ..........................................
Improve I–5 interchange at 134th Street in
Clark County ...................................................
Construct Pedestrian Safety Improvements on
Buford Hwy (SR 13), Dekalb County .............
11th St. Bridges, Rehabilitation of structures
as well as new ramps to provide for traffic
at Navy Yard, Southeast Federal Ctr., and
Gateway Government Ctr ...............................
Improve U.S. 36 to divided four lane expressway from Macon to Route 24 ..........................
Mill Road Slip Ramp ..........................................
Construct sidewalks and curbing on Tate Avenue in Village of Buchanan ............................
Delta County, Widen, pulverize, improve
drainage at County Rd. 497 from U.S. 2 at
Nahma Junction southerly 4.75 miles to the
village of Nahma .............................................
Construction of 200 North Street highway-rail
graded crossing separation, Kaysville, Utah
Kennedy Blvd. Reconstruction, Eatonville .......
Improvements to public roadways within the
campus boundaries of the Virginia Biotechnology Park, Richmond, VA .....................
Install Transpiration Critical Incident Mobile
Data Collection Device in Charlottesville .....
Ithaca, Design and construct pedestrian and
bicycle path ......................................................
Navajo Mountain Road on the Navajo Nation
Expansion of existing PA Turnpike ITS System ....................................................................
Construction of ferryboat for City of Port
Aransas ............................................................
Project will rehabilitate and reopen historic
High Bridge, which crosses the Harlem
River between Manhattan and the Bronx .....
Route 17 Congestion Improvements and Widening, from Williams Avenue to the Garden
State Parkway and Route 4 in Bergen County .......................................................................

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$2,400,000
$4,000,000
$80,000
$1,600,000
$5,720,000
$20,000,000
$1,600,000
$1,200,000
$10,772,000
$2,400,000

$17,600,000
$8,000,000
$400,000
$300,000

$589,920
$3,200,000
$1,600,000
$2,400,000
$94,720
$435,200
$1,000,000
$3,280,000
$320,000
$4,000,000

$9,600,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

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State

Project Description

1120

IN

1121

NC

1122

OH

1123

GA

1124

ME

1125

IL

1126

GA

1127

MN

1128

MO

1129

AL

1130

MN

1131

CT

1132

TX

1133

TN

1134

CA

1135

TN

1136
1137

TX
NY

1138

CA

1139

NJ

1140
1141

NY
FL

1142

CA

1143

WI

Design and construct Tanner Creek Bridge on
U.S. 50, Dearborn County Indiana ................
Environmental studies and construction of
U.S. 74 Monroe Bypass Extension .................
Construct Pedestrian Bridge from east of Dock
32 to Voinovich Park southwest corner,
Cleveland .........................................................
Extension of Sugarloaf Parkway, Gwinnett
County ..............................................................
Construct bicycle and pedestrian bridge over
Stillwater River, Orono ...................................
For widening from two to four lanes, the
Brookmont Boulevard Viaduct in Kankakee,
IL and adjusting approach grades .................
I–285 SR 400 interchange reconstruction and
HOV interchange, Fulton County, Georgia ...
Construct a road between Highway 332 and
TH 11 including a signalized rail road crossing, Koochiching County .................................
Hanley Road from I–64 to south of State
Route 100, St. Louis County ..........................
Expand SR 167 from Troy, AL to Enterprise,
AL .....................................................................
Construction of primary and secondary access
roadways to the Duluth Air National Guard
Base, City of Duluth .......................................
Construct high-speed rail crossing to bike and
pedestrian trails-Enfield, CT ..........................
Expansion of Port Rd. at Northbound Frontage
Rd. of SH 146 east to intersection with
Cruise Terminal Rd. to 6-lane section with
raised median ..................................................
Constuct Western Bypass from Zinc Plant
Road to Dotsonville Road, Montgomery
County ..............................................................
Improvements to State Route 67/State Route
52 interchange .................................................
Plan and construct a bicycle and pedestrian
trail, Springfield ..............................................
Expansion of Daniel McCall Dr., Lufkin, TX ...
Rehabilitate the Pines Bridge Road and Lake
Avenue and Ryder Road, in Ossining, Yorktown, and New Castle .....................................
Construct Valley Boulevard Drainage Improvements, El Monte .....................................
Route 82 Union County Streetscape and Intersection Improvements .....................................
Short Clove Road Rail Overpass, Haverstraw ..
Construct Atlantic Boulevard Improvements,
Key West, Florida ............................................
Implement intelligent management and logistics measures to improve freight movement,
Gateway Cities ................................................
Expand U.S. 45 between CTH G and Winchester, Winnebago County, WI .....................

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$992,000
$4,800,000

$1,712,000
$2,400,000
$1,000,000

$800,000
$800,000

$240,000
$8,000,000
$2,400,000

$3,400,000
$3,440,000

$9,552,000

$2,720,000
$4,000,000
$200,000
$2,200,000

$2,212,000
$600,000
$800,000
$800,000
$800,000

$2,400,000
$4,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1301

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1144

NY

1145

IA

1146

HI

1147

NY

1148

CA

1149

IL

1150

GA

1151

GA

1152

MO

1153

PA

1154

GA

1155

IL

1156

AZ

1157

PA

1158

VA

1159

PA

1160

WI

1161

IL

1162

PA

1163
1164

GA
NJ

Implement ITS system and apparatus to enhance citywide truck route system on LIE
Eastbound Service Road at 74th Street to
Caldwell Ave, Grand Ave. from 69th Street
to Flushing Ave, and Eliot Ave. from 69th
Street to Woodhaven Blvd ..............................
Construct IA–32 Arterial from U.S. 20 in Dubuque Co, IA to U.S. 61 and U.S. 151 ...........
Kapolei Transportation Improvements, Island
of Oahu .............................................................
125th Street Corridor Improvements from Old
Broadway to Marginal Street/Waterfront,
New York City .................................................
Los Angeles Regional Diesel Emissions Reduction Program For Engine Retrofit, Gateway
Cities ................................................................
Reconstruct intersection of Wood Dale and Irving Park roads in DuPage County, IL .........
Social Circle bypass completion, from Stanford
Road to SR 11, Social Circle ...........................
Streetscape Project to install sidewalks and bicycle trails, Gray .............................................
Reconstruction of the Tucker Street Bridge in
the City of St. Louis ........................................
Bethlehem Pike improvements from Valley
Green Road to South of Gordon Lane,
Springfield Township ......................................
Construct I–75 I–575 HOV interchange, Cobb
County, Georgia ...............................................
Construct multi-use pedestrian path between
Oakton St. and Dempster St., Skokie ............
Construct link from Twin Peaks Road to I–10
and Linda Vista Blvd. including bridge over
Santa Cruz River and overpass of Union Pacific Rail Road ..................................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking and roadway redesign in Newport Township, Luzerne County ......................................
Fries Train Station and Trail—Restoration of
former train station for use as visitors center and construction of trail along New
River .................................................................
Construction SR 3024, Middle Creek Bridge II,
South Canaan, Wayne County .......................
Expand U.S. 141 between SH 22 and SH 64
(Oconto and Marinette Counties, Wisconsin)
Development of a coordinated trail system,
parking and trial systems in Dixon, IL .........
Installation of comprehensive signage system
across 1700 acres of urban parks in Pittsburgh ................................................................
Interstate 75/Windy Hill Road Interchange .....
Bridge replacement and SR 31 widening over
the Raritan Valley Line in Glen Gardner,
Hampton, Hunterdon County .........................

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$15,200,000
$800,000

$11,200,000

$400,000
$11,440,000
$2,400,000
$500,000
$5,600,000

$800,000
$480,000
$200,000

$4,800,000

$160,000

$800,000
$560,000
$1,600,000
$2,560,000

$720,000
$1,600,000

$800,000

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119 STAT. 1302

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

1165

VA

1166

CO

1167

TN

1168

IL

1169

OH

1170

NY

1171

NH

1172

PA

1173

WA

1174
1175

MD
NY

1176

CA

1177

CA

1178

MO

1179

FL

1180

PA

1181

CA

1182

TX

1183

WA

1184

WA

1185
1186

NJ
FL

1187
1188

MO
TX

Bristol Train Station—Historic preservation
and rehabilitation of former Bristol, VA
train station .....................................................
I–25
Improvements—Douglas—Arapahoe
County Line to El Paso County Line .............
Reconstruct connection with Hermitage Avenue to Cumberland River Bluff in Nashville
For Village of Lemont to construct a bridge
over Chicago Ship and Sanitary Canal linking Centennial Trail to I&M Canal Trail ......
Construct roadway improvement along State
Route 62 in Berlin ...........................................
Reconstruction and improvements of University Avenue and the extension of the
ARTWalk project, Rochester ..........................
Reconstruction and Improvements to NH
Route 110 in Berlin .........................................
Route 6 Resurfacing from Mansfield Borough
in Richmond Township to the Village of
Mainesburg in Sullivan Township .................
SR 167—Right-of-way acquisition for a new
freeway connecting SR 509 to SR 161 ...........
I–70: Frederick ....................................................
Planning, Design, ROW and Construction of
Fort Drum Connector Road ............................
Study and construct highway alternatives between Orange and Riverside Counties, directed by the Riverside Orange Corridor Authority working with local government agencies, local transp. authorities, and guided by
the current MIS ...............................................
Fresno County, CA Widen Friant Road to four
lanes with class II bicycle lanes .....................
Study for Highway 160 and Kansas Expressway Corridor ....................................................
Construct Route 9B from U.S. 1 to Route 9A
(I–295) to the Duval County line ...................
Design, const. widening of PA 94 from YorkAdams County line to Elm Street in Hanover, PA ............................................................
Improvement of intersection at Burbank Blvd.
and Woodley Ave .............................................
Port of Beaumont Southside Intermodal
Project ..............................................................
Perform final interchange design and property
acquisition at Fleshman Way where it
crosses SR 129, that enhances safety and
passenger and freight mobility and reduces
congestion .........................................................
Roosevelt Extension at Urban Avenue to Cameron Way in Mount Vernon ............................
Hazel Street reconstruction, Passaic County ...
Improvements to Eller Drive including rightof-way acquisition and construction of return
loop connector ..................................................
Study Highway 37–60 Entire Corridor .............
The District-Tyler Outer Loop 49 Construction

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$400,000
$4,800,000
$400,000

$80,000
$100,000

$1,600,000
$1,600,000

$1,200,000
$2,000,000
$1,600,000
$5,200,000

$3,200,000
$1,200,000
$1,600,000
$4,000,000

$2,400,000
$128,000
$5,190,400

$840,000
$3,200,000
$3,200,000

$800,000
$2,000,000
$5,184,000

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119 STAT. 1303

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1189

PA

1190
1191

NY
IL

1192
1193
1194

UT
NJ
NY

1195

TX

1196

MO

1197

CT

1198

NJ

1199

OH

1200

MO

1201

MS

1202

PA

1203

FL

1204

OH

1205

NY

1206

NY

1207

IL

1208
1209
1210

MD
GA
NY

Tidal Schuylkill Riverfront project consists of
an eight mile bike and pedestrian recreation
trail from Locust Street to Historic Bartram’s Gardens ................................................
Town of Fishkill reconstruct Maple Ave ...........
For IDOT to expedite pre-construction and
construction to widen I–55 from Naperville
Road south to I–80 ..........................................
200 East Minor Arterial, Logan City, Utah ......
Construct I–287, I–80, Route 202 Interchange
Design and construction of Fulton Street from
Clinton Avenue to Bedford Avenue in Brooklyn, New York ..................................................
Port of Corpus Christi Joe Fulton International Trade Corridor for congestion and
safety enhancements .......................................
Renovations and Enhancements on the Bicycle
Pedestrian Facility on the Old Chain of
Rocks Bridge spanning the Mississippi River
Construct Shoreline Greenway Trail, Guilford,
Branford, East Haven .....................................
Transportation Improvements in Liberty Corridor ..................................................................
Construct SR 104 into a 4 lane facility with a
turning lane in Ross County ..........................
Construct 2 lanes on Hwy 45 from Hwy 9 to
Graden Road in Platte County .......................
Plan and Construct Highway 45 Bypass in Columbus ..............................................................
Reconstruct Hwy and replace of bridge on U.S.
422 between the Berks County Line and the
Schuylkill River in Montgomery and Chester
Counties ...........................................................
Construct SR 20 connection to SR 100 via CR
309–C, Putnam County, Florida ....................
Road and related pedestrian improvements at
SR 283 in the Village of Grand River, OH ....
Road infrastructure projects to improve commercial access in the Towns of Malta and
Stillwater and the Village of Round Lake,
Saratoga County, New York ...........................
Replace structurally deficient bridge over the
Pocantico River, the Village of Pleasantville
Complete Heavy Truck Loop for DuQuoin Industrial Park ....................................................
Construction and dualization of U.S. 113 .........
Streetscape-Quitman ..........................................
Town of New Windsor Toleman and Station
Roads Reconstruction and area Improvements ................................................................
...............................................................................
Design and construct pedestrian land bridge
spanning SR 14 ...............................................
Construction of Greenways in Pittsfield Charter Township—2.5 miles to existing Ann
Arbor Greenways, Pittsfield Charter Township ...................................................................

1211
1212

WA

1213

MI

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$19,600

$2,800,000
$720,000
$800,000

$4,480,000

$400,000

$640,000
$1,600,000
$4,000,000
$6,000,000
$2,400,000
$2,400,000

$1,200,000
$3,440,000
$80,000

$6,520,000
$800,000
$500,000
$12,000,000
$160,000
$592,000
$0
$2,000,000

$239,200

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

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Project Description

1214

CA

1215

NY

Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy—
Plan and Implement Trails and Bikeways
Plan for the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and Presidio ..................................
State of NY Village of Kiryas Joel sidewalk
project ...............................................................
...............................................................................
Transportation Enhancement and road improvements necessary for Downtown Plaza
improvements in Jacksonville, IL ..................
Upgrade and reconstruct I–580/Vasco Road
Interchange, City of Livermore ......................
Build Bike Trail at Chacon Creek in Laredo ....
3200 South Project, Nibley, Utah ......................
Expand Route 440—State Street Interchange
in Perth Amboy ...............................................
Improvement and construction of SR 40 from
east of St. Marys cutoff at mile post 5.0,
Charlton County to County Route 61, Camden County, Georgia .......................................
Erie, PA Regional upgrades to urban-rural corridors ................................................................
Georgia Construct Three Greenway Trail
Project, Dekalb County ...................................
Cross Creek Boulevard Widening ......................
Implement Intelligent Transportation System
in Baltimore .....................................................
Construct an access road into the industrial
park near SR 209 and CR 345 in Guernsey
County ..............................................................
Improve the Rosecrans Ave. and Alondra Blvd.
bridges over the San Gabriel River in Bellflower ................................................................
Independence National Historic Park scenic
enhancement and pedestrian walkways improvement project in conjunction with the
park’s Executive Mansion Exhibit .................
Modesto, Riverbank and Oakdale, CA Improve
SR 219 to 4-lanes ............................................
Modifications to Exit 7/I–295 and to Franklin
Arterial, Portland ............................................
Replace Bridge and Approaches on Searcy
School Road over Beaver Creek, Anderson
County ..............................................................
Route 22 Sustainable Corridor Plan .................
Conduct studies, if necessary, and construct
the High Line Trail Project, New York City
Install dual left turn lanes and intersection
signal modifications at SR 432 and Columbia Blvd ............................................................
Transportaion enhancements for Highway 19
from Ada to Stratford .....................................
I–15/Base Line Road Interchange Project, Rancho Cucamonga, California .............................
Build Interchange at U.S. 17 and Bowman
Road in Mount Pleasant, SC ..........................
Complete Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic
Trail between Monterey and Santa Cruz
counties ............................................................

1216
1217

IL

1218

CA

1219
1220
1221

TX
UT
NJ

1222

GA

1223

PA

1224

GA

1225
1226

FL
MD

1227

OH

1228

CA

1229

PA

1230

CA

1231

ME

1232

KY

1233
1234

NJ
NY

1235

WA

1236

OK

1237

CA

1238

SC

1239

CA

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Amount

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$5,000,000
$600,000
$0
$762,058
$2,000,000
$3,300,000
$800,000
$4,000,000

$800,000
$1,280,000
$1,600,000
$1,440,000
$1,120,000
$800,000
$40,000

$3,600,000
$1,600,000
$180,000
$700,000
$2,400,000
$4,000,000
$1,750,000
$2,400,000
$4,000,000
$4,800,000
$5,800,000

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119 STAT. 1305

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1240

NY

1241

NV

1242

MI

1243

IA

1244

GA

1245

TX

1246

NY

1247

TN

1248

TX

1249

CT

1250

OH

1251

NJ

1252
1253

AL
NY

1254

NJ

1255

KS

Improve Hospital Road Bridge between CR 99
and CR 101, Patchogue ...................................
Construct Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd.—Industrial Rd. Connector ....................................
I–96 Beck, Wixom Road Interchange, design,
ROW, and construction ...................................
Muscatine, IA Construction of 4.2 mile multipurpose trail from Musser Park to Weggens
Road ..................................................................
Historic preservation of a city bus station in
downtown Eastman .........................................
Construction of internal roads at Port of
Brownsville to make roads safer with less
wear and tear ..................................................
NYSDOT Route 55 turning lane at Gardner
Hollow Road .....................................................
Plan and construct a bicycle and pedestrian
trail, Lewisburg ...............................................
Reconstruct Danieldale Rd. from I–35E to
Houston School Rd. in Lancaster ...................
Relocation of Edmond Road in Newtown and
construction of additional turning lanes at
Rte 6 and Commerce and Edmond Rds .........
Construction of Interchange at State Route 8
and Seasons Road, Stow, OH .........................
North Avenue-Route 1 Elizabeth Pedestrian
and Bicycle Project ..........................................
Pedestrian Improvements for Morris, AL .........
Preliminary design and environmental impact
study for a collector-distributor road along
I–95 from Westchester Ave. to Bartow Ave ..
Replacement of Signals at the Intersections of
Centennial Ave. at Lincoln Ave. and Walnut
Ave. at Lincoln Ave., Cranford, NJ ................
Replacement or rehabilitation of the Amelia
Earhart U.S. 59 Bridge in Atchison County,
Kansas ..............................................................
...............................................................................
Central Galt and State Route 99 Interchange
and Access Improvements ..............................
Construction of Roadways and transportation
improvements for downtown Springfield,
Ohio ..................................................................
Reconstruct KY 89 from Irvine Bypass to 2000
Feet North of Estill County High School, Estill County ........................................................
Town of East Fishkill new construction Bypass
road ...................................................................
Establish new grade separation at Sunset Ave.
in Banning .......................................................
Construct and Widen Stamford Rail Underpass and Road Realignment Project ..............
Hamblen County, Tennessee U.S. 11E (SR 34)
interchange improvements .............................
Implement ITS and congestion Mitigation
Project on I–294 and I–90 ..............................
Design and construction of roadway improvements on U.S. 60 from 67th Avenue to
McDowell ..........................................................

1256
1257

CA

1258

OH

1259

KY

1260

NY

1261

CA

1262

CT

1263

TN

1264

IL

1265

AZ

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$4,800,000
$8,000,000
$2,400,000
$400,000
$160,000
$2,000,000
$400,000
$80,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$1,200,000
$60,000
$106,666
$7,360,000
$392,000
$2,000,000
$0
$2,400,000
$3,560,000
$600,000
$640,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$800,000
$3,200,000
$1,600,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

1266

TX

1267

OH

1268

SC

1269

MN

1270

WI

1271

MA

1272

IL

1273

TN

1274

CA

1275
1276
1277

NJ
NC
MD

1278

NY

1279

IL

1280

NJ

1281

MS

1282

TX

1283

MS

1284

IA

1285

CA

1286

CA

1287

MS

1288

FL

1289
1290
1291
1292
1293

MD
WA

1294

HI

1295

FL

Hike and bike trail will tie into the Gellhorn
Drive project providing an improved
multimodal transportation facility .................
Jackson Township, Ohio—Hill and Dales Road
widening ...........................................................
Build 701 Connector (Southern Conway Bypass) in SC .......................................................
Reconstruct I–694 White Bear Avenue (CSAH
65) Interchange in White Bear Lake .............
Replace 17th Street Lift Bridge, Two Rivers,
Wisconsin .........................................................
Route 116 and Bay Road Intersection Improvements-Amherst ................................................
Streetscape improvements on Blue Island from
19th-21st St, Chicago ......................................
Construct and improve intersections in Niota,
Tennessee .........................................................
Upgrade Bellflower intersections at Alondra
Blvd. and at Rosecrans Ave. in Bellflower ....
Construct Riverbank Park Bike Trail, Kearny
Install ITS on U.S. 52 in Forsyth County .........
Construction and dualization of MD 404 in
Queen Anne, Talbot and Caroline Counties
Land acquisition and improvements on Louisa
Street, Peekskill, NY .......................................
Upgrade connector road from IL Rt. I–255 to
IL Rt. 3, Sauget ...............................................
Reconstruction of Route 46/Route 3/Valley Rd/
Notch Rd. Interchange ....................................
Upgrade roads in Attala County District 4
(Roads 4211 and 4204), Kosciusko, Ward 3
(U.S. Highway 16), and Ethel (U.S. Highway
12), Attala County ...........................................
Construction of streets in the White Heather
area of Houston ...............................................
Upgrade roads in Canton (U.S. Highway 51,
22, 16, and I–55), Madison County ................
Reconstruction of the Neal Smith Trail, bicycle
and pedestrian, Polk Co ..................................
Rehabilitate pavement on Azusa Avenue and
San Gabriel Avenue in Azusa ........................
South Bay Cities COG Coastal Corridor Transportation Initiative, Phase 3, El Segundo .....
Upgrade roads in Terry, Edwards, Utica and
Bolton, Hinds County ......................................
U.S. 1 six laning from St. Lucie County line to
south of 4th St. in Indian River County, FL
Expand Route 29 in Howard County ................
Issaquah SE Bypass ...........................................
...............................................................................
U.S. 220 MD 53 North South Corridor .............
Improvements to Clove Road and Long Hill
Road in Little Falls and Upper Mountain
Ave. in Montclair .............................................
Study of East Hawaii Alternative Road, Island
of Hawaii ..........................................................
Town of Southwest Ranches Urban Interchange ..............................................................

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$800,000
$1,600,000
$4,000,000
$400,000
$6,000,000
$3,200,000
$800,000
$80,000
$280,000
$2,000,000
$320,000
$5,600,000
$740,000
$1,920,000
$9,600,000

$800,000
$9,250,000
$320,000
$2,880,000
$400,000
$1,600,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$5,440,000
$4,000,000
$0
$800,000
$2,800,000
$160,000
$1,600,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1307

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1296

CA

1297

CA

1298

AR

1299
1300

CO
TX

1301

NY

1302
1303

NY
SC

Long Beach Intelligent Transportation System: Integrate functioning traffic management center that includes the port, transit,
airport as well as the city’s police and fire
departments, Long Beach ...............................
Almaden Expressway Improvements between
Branham Lane and Blossom Road, San Jose
Construct and rehabilitate University of Arkansas Technology Corridor Enhancement
Project ..............................................................
U.S. 550, New Mexico State Line to Durango ..
Construct bicycle and pedestrian trails in
Houston’s historic Third Ward .......................
Village of Cold Spring Main St. sidewalk and
lighting improvements ....................................
Village of Goshen Hatfield Lane reconstruction
Plan and build Interstate 73 from NC line to
Myrtle Beach, SC ............................................
...............................................................................
Construct College Road Improvements, Key
West, Florida ...................................................
West Harlem Waterfront-ferry, intermodal and
street improvements .......................................
Construct sound barriers at the I–805/SR 54
Interchange, National City .............................
Road projects that develop Access to Port
Byron and Erie Canal .....................................
West Palm Beach, Florida, Flagler Drive Reconfiguration ....................................................
Construct extension of I–565 westward from
existing interchange to existing Tennessee
River bridges at Decatur, AL .........................
Construct Farmington Canal Greenway, City
of New Haven and Hamden ...........................
Replace sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and install landscaping, Helena ...............................
Upgrade U.S. 30 Liberty Square in City of
Clinton, Iowa ...................................................
Study of Waianae Coast Emergency Access
Road ..................................................................
Westchester County, NY Rehabilitation of Lexington Ave, Mount Kisco ................................
Widen and Improve County Line Road in
Calimesa ...........................................................
Construct turn lane, install traffic light, and
reorient traffic on SR 146 near Bussemer
Lane in Muskingum County ...........................
Restore and Expand Maritime Heritage site in
Bristol ...............................................................
City of Green, Ohio. Lauby Road exit improvements ................................................................
Construct Bicycle Path in Town of Bedford ......
Compton Arterial Reconstruction and Improvement Program, Compton .......................
Construction of S. 323 from Alzada to Ekalaka
in Carter County .............................................
Improve Great River Road, Mercer County ......
Normandy Blvd. and Cassat Ave. Transportation Enhancements, Jacksonville ...............

1304
1305

FL

1306

NY

1307

CA

1308

NY

1309

FL

1310

AL

1311

CT

1312

GA

1313

IA

1314

HI

1315

NY

1316

CA

1317

OH

1318

RI

1319

OH

1320
1321

NY
CA

1322

MT

1323
1324

IL
FL

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$2,800,000
$1,200,000
$4,800,000
$600,000
$200,000
$200,000
$8,000,000
$0
$400,000
$11,200,000
$680,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$320,000
$7,600,000
$400,000
$400,000
$1,600,000
$600,000
$800,000
$1,200,000
$520,000
$3,200,000
$9,600,000
$400,000
$400,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

1325

OH

1326

MA

1327

TN

1328
1329

NJ
MO

1330

MN

1331

KY

1332

LA

1333

AL

1334

MD

1335

CA

1336

PA

1337

MN

1338

VA

1339

IL

1340
1341

AR
FL

1342

CA

1343

OH

1344

CT

1345

MI

1346

IN

1347

OR

North Canton, OH Applegrove St. road widening .................................................................
Design and Build Cape Cod Bike Trail, with
Shining Sea Bikeway, to link core with outer
Cape communities and heavily visited national sites ........................................................
Plan and construct N. Tennessee Boulevard
enhancements ..................................................
Quinn Road realignment, Clifton ......................
Reconstruct Interstate 44 and Highway 65
Interchange ......................................................
Reconstruct TH 61 from Split Rock River to
Silver Bay including construction of the
Gitchi Gami Spur Trail between the main
trail and Silver Bay Marina along the TH 61
roadway segment .............................................
Reconstruction of KY 259 in Edmonson County from Green River Bridge at Brownsville
to Kyrock Elementary School .........................
Construction of a turn lane expansion along
with signalization at the north bound off
ramp on I–49, at the intersection of U.S. 190
Expand SR 210 (Ross Clark Circle) from U.S.
231 North to U.S. 231 South in Dothan, AL
Construct interchange at MD Route 355 at
Montrose and Randolph Roads in Montgomery County ................................................
Construct new interchange and related road
improvements on U.S. 101 near Airport
Blvd., Salinas ...................................................
Construct the French Creek Parkway in
Phoenixville, PA ..............................................
Capacity and safety improvements to TH 8,
west of 306th St. to eastern city limits,
Lindstrom .........................................................
Eastern Seaboard Intermodal Transportation
Applications Center (ESITAC) in Hampton
Roads ................................................................
Construct underpass at intersection of Damen/
Fullerton/Elston Avenues, Chicago ................
Highway 165: Railroad Overpass ......................
Implement Snake Road (BIA Route 1281) Widening and Improvements ................................
Construction of new freeway between I–15 and
U.S. 395, including new interchange at I–15
Lake Township, Ohio. Market Avenue-Lake
Center intersections improvement .................
Construct Quinnipiac Linear Trail, Wallingford ...................................................................
Construction of a hike and bike path from
Riverbends Park, 22 Mile Road, to Stony
Creek Park, 25 Mile Road in Shelby Township ...................................................................
Reconstruct Boston Street, from State Road 2
to Bach St., Larson-Whirlpool St. in
LaPorte, Indiana .............................................
Improvements to Bandon-Charleston State
Scenic Tour on Randolph Road and North
Bank Lane ........................................................

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$2,400,000

$3,200,000
$400,000
$2,400,000
$13,040,000

$9,664,000
$1,200,000
$400,000
$3,200,000
$1,600,000
$1,936,000
$4,000,000
$5,760,000
$1,200,000
$4,400,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$4,000,000
$1,760,000
$800,000

$400,000
$600,000
$4,200,000

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119 STAT. 1309

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1348
1349

VA
NJ

1350

KY

1351

OH

1352

CO

1353
1354

OH
PA

1355

CA

1356

PA

Conduct study of Route 460 Corridor, Virginia
Construct Sparta Stanhope Road Bridge (AKA
Bridge K–07) ....................................................
Reconstruct Turkeyfoot Road, Kenton County,
Kentucky ..........................................................
Construct additional lane to alleviate traffic
congestion on U.S. 40 in and adjacent to St.
Clairsville .........................................................
CO 56th Avenue and Quebec Street Improvements Phase I, Denver ....................................
Construct Truck Bypass-Orville, Ohio ..............
Conversion of Penn and Park Bridges located
over Spring Run in Altoona, PA into pedestrian bridges ....................................................
Coyote Creek Trail Project—Story Road to
Montague Expressway ....................................
Construct Cameron Street Bridge Northumberland County, Pennsylvania ..................
...............................................................................
Medina, Ohio. Guilford Avenue urban road collector pavement reconstruction ......................
Improvements to I–40 interchange at I–240
East of Memphis (Phase II) ............................
Casper Bypass: Reconstruct Old Yellowstone
Hwy and 2nd St ...............................................
Construct sidewalks and roadway improvements on Oscawana Lake Road in the Town
of Putnam Valley .............................................
Engineering and right-of-way acquisition for
I–49 Corridor through Lafayette, LA ............
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking and roadway redesign in Edwardsville
Borough, Luzerne County ...............................
Foster Avenue at Kedzie Avenue Streetscape ..
Construct I–73/74 High Priority Corridor, Mercer Co ...............................................................
Improve Long and Short Beach Road, Southampton .............................................................
Modify I–880 and Stevens Creek Boulevard
Interchange to ease traffic congestion in San
Jose ...................................................................
Improve road and streetscape along Prospect
Avenue in North Hempstead ..........................
Palm Drive and Interstate 10 interchange
project ...............................................................
Reconstruct TH 36 from expressway to freeway in North St. Paul .....................................
Construct I–580 Interchange Improvements in
Castro Valley ...................................................
Expand U.S. 331 from Luverne, AL to Montgomery, AL .......................................................
Construction of highway medians, pedestrian
walkways for City of South Padre Island ......
Construct Rt. 12 intersection between Pamela
Drive-River Road-Located in the Town of
Chenango .........................................................

1357
1358

OH

1359

TN

1360

WY

1361

NY

1362

LA

1363

PA

1364
1365

IL
WV

1366

NY

1367

CA

1368

NY

1369

CA

1370

MN

1371

CA

1372

AL

1373

TX

1374

NY

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$800,000
$2,400,000
$800,000
$5,200,000
$4,803,520
$40,000
$2,000,000
$800,000
$0
$480,000
$2,400,000
$4,000,000
$480,000
$8,000,000

$160,000
$1,600,000
$8,960,000
$2,100,000
$9,600,000
$800,000
$2,200,000
$4,800,000
$960,000
$2,400,000
$400,000
$1,920,000

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119 STAT. 1310

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

1375

IL

1376

GA

1377

MD

1378

IL

1379

PA

1380

LA

1381
1382

IN
NY

1383

VT

1384

OH

1385

GA

1386

NJ

1387

CA

1388

CA

1389

SC

1390

CA

1391

IL

1392

WA

1393

NY

1394

MI

Construct Streetscape Project, Village of Robbins ...................................................................
Effingham Parkway to Connect SR 119 to SR
30 ......................................................................
Construct Phase 2 of the Jones Falls Trail
from Baltimore Penn Station to the Maryland Science Center on the Inner Harbor .....
For Will County for engineering and right-ofway acquisition to extend 95th Street from
Plainfield-Naperville Road east to Boughton
Road ..................................................................
Construct Valley Business Park Access Road
C, Bradford County .........................................
Improve by widening, realigning, and resurfacing 3.2 miles of LA Hwy 820 btwn LA
Hwy 145 and LA Hwy 821 .............................
45th Street Improvements, Munster .................
Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety including in the vicinity of PS K124 .................
Construction and engineering for the Vermont
Smugglers Notch Scenic Highway Corridor
Southern Gateway and Notch Proper Facilities ....................................................................
Planning and construction of a network of recreational trails in Perry Township ................
Construction of the Truman Linear Park
Trail-Phase II ..................................................
Pedestrian and bicycle facilities, and street
lighting in Haddon Heights/Barrington ........
Reconstruct interchange at I–10 and Riverside
Avenue to improve traffic in Rialto ...............
Reconstruct Bloomfield Ave. with medians
from Carson St. to north city limits in Hawaiian Gardens ...............................................
Extension of Wells Highway, Oconee County,
South Carolina .................................................
Reconstruct Paramount Blvd. with medians
and improve drainage from Artesia Blvd. to
Candlewood St. in Long Beach ......................
Reconstruction of 5th Street Road (FAS 569)
in Logan County, IL ........................................
Reconstruction of SR 99 (Aurora Ave. N) between N 145th St. and N 205th St ................
Page Green—Phase III—Reconstruction of 2.6
miles. Town of Virgil, Cortland County .........
Gogebic County, Reconstruct Lake Road in
Ironwood from Margaret Street to Airport
Road ..................................................................
...............................................................................
Redevelop and Complete the Cardinal Greenway and Starr-Gennett Area in the City of
Richmond, Indiana ..........................................
Rehabilitate and redesign Erie Canal Museum
in Syracuse, NY through the Erie Canalway
National Heritage Corridor Commission .......
Construction of 6.25 mile bicycle project in
Mahoning County ............................................
I–40/Munoz Reconstruction in the City of Gallup .....................................................................

1395
1396

IN

1397

NY

1398

OH

1399

NM

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Amount

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$640,000
$3,200,000
$3,200,000

$400,000
$2,160,000
$2,400,000
$400,000
$250,000

$868,411
$760,000
$1,008,000
$600,000
$1,600,000
$320,000
$1,600,000
$480,000
$762,056
$1,600,000
$2,880,000
$644,000
$0
$2,400,000
$400,000
$400,000
$1,200,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1311

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1400

TX

1401

CA

1402

CA

1403

FL

1404

MD

1405

MO

1406

MN

1407

CA

1408

CA

1409

KS

1410

OH

1411

GA

1412
1413

TX
MD

1414

CA

1415

CO

1416

NY

1417

NY

1418

GA

1419

IL

1420

WA

1421

CA

1422

MN

1423

WA

1424

NC

Rehabilitate Yale Street between IH 10 to IH
610 ....................................................................
Reconstruct Long Beach Blvd. with medians
and improve drainage from Palm Ave. to
Tweedy Blvd. in Lynwood ...............................
Expand carsharing pilot program to serve lowand moderate-income neighborhoods in the
City and County of San Francisco .................
Implement Kennedy Boulevard corridor improvements to improve safety in Tampa .......
Construct Broadneck Peninsula Trail, Anne
Arundel County, Maryland .............................
Relocation and reconstruction of Rt. MM from
Rt. 21 to Rt. 30 ................................................
Replace three at-grade highway-railroad crossings with grade-separated crossings adjacent
to Winona State University ............................
Construct Traffic flow improvements Vincent
and Lakes Drive, West Covina .......................
Construction of a Lincoln Bypass on SR 65 in
Placer County, CA ...........................................
Construct highway-rail grade separation from
Douglas Avenue to 17th Street North in
Wichita, KS ......................................................
Conduct Phase II of U.S. Route 68 bypass
project in Urbana ............................................
Construct sidewalks and install landscaping,
Vienna ..............................................................
Extension of FM 1427 in Penitas ......................
MD 124, Woodfield Road, from Midcounty
Highway to Warfield Road .............................
Rio Vista Bridge Realignment Study and
Street Sign Safety Program ............................
SH 121/Bowles Ave. Intersection and Roadway
Improvements, Jefferson County Colorado ...
Implement Improvements for Pedestrian Safety in Queens County .......................................
Repair and improve Jericho Turnpike (NYS
Hwy 25) and construct streetscapes along
the Turnpike in New Hyde Park ...................
SR 316/SR 20 interchange construction
Gwinnett County .............................................
Construct
pedestrian
walkways
and
streetscaping projects in the Village of Western Springs ......................................................
SR 518 corridor—Improvements to SR 518–
509 interchange and addition of eastbound
travel lane on a portion of the corridor .........
Development and construction of improvements to State Route 79 in the San Jacinto
Valley ...............................................................
Construct roadway improvements on the
Great River Road on CSAH 10 and CSAH
21, Aitkin County ............................................
Conduct preliminary engineering and EIS for
Columbia River Crossing in WA and OR ......
Greensboro Signal System Replacement ITS
Enhancement Project ......................................

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$2,400,000
$1,600,000
$2,000,000
$1,200,000
$13,744,000
$473,600
$600,000
$2,400,000
$11,200,000
$1,840,000
$500,000
$560,000
$1,600,000
$560,000
$1,600,000
$600,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$3,553,600
$800,000
$2,400,000
$5,568,000
$7,000,000
$10,000,000

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119 STAT. 1312

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

1425

MN

1426

OH

1427

LA

1428
1429

PA
OH

1430

NY

1431

OH

1432

NC

1433
1434

TX
NY

1435

OH

1436

CA

1437

WA

1438

NC

1439

NJ

1440

CA

1441

NY

1442

TX

1443

AZ

1444
1445

TX
PA

1446

TX

1447
1448

NV
AL

1449

NY

1450

OH

Reconstruction of 1 mile of CR 107 from CSAH
2 to Highway 11 and 71, Koochiching County .......................................................................
Plain Township, Ohio. Market Avenue widening .................................................................
Construct right-of-way improvements from
Third St. at James St. to LA. Hwy. One at
Broadway St. Acquire property at Third St.
and Winn St .....................................................
State Street Bridge Rehabilitation, Hamburg ..
Construct Flats East Bulkhead and Riverwalk:
construct bulkhead and riverwalk connecting Front and Maine Ave ........................
Construct/reconstruct Lincoln Road: Commercial Street to Route 31F in the Town-Village
of East Rochester .............................................
Acquire land and construct Portage Bike and
Hike Trail, Portage Co ....................................
Continued development of Cary, NC pedestrian bike paths ...............................................
Cottonflat Road overpass at Interstate 20 ........
Improve Rt. 17M access, safety and traffic
management ....................................................
Safety improvements to Paris Avenue intersections and Meese Rd. and Easton St.Nimishillen Township, Ohio ...........................
Alameda Corridor-East Construction Authority, San Gabriel Valley ...................................
Construct a tunnel as part of the Bremerton
Pedestrian-Bremerton Transportation Center Access Improvement project .....................
Eliminate highway-railway crossings in the
City of Fayetteville, NC ..................................
Hoboken Observer Highway Operational and
Safety Improvements ......................................
Reconfigure San Fernando Road from Fletcher
Drive to I–5 Fwy, Los Angeles .......................
Construction of an access road, drainage improvements, and aesthetic enhancements
adjacent to Ocean Parkway in the Town of
Babylon, NY .....................................................
Construct highway improvements on E. Tidwell, Ley Rd., and E. Little York Rd .............
Construct pedestrian and bicycle overpass at
McDowell Road and 35th Avenue in Phoenix
Reconstruct I–30 Trinity River Bridge, Dallas
Armstrong and Indiana County, Pennsylvania,
U.S. 422 Improvements ..................................
Bicycle and Pedestrian Trail Network in East
Austin ...............................................................
Construct I–15 Cactus Avenue ..........................
I–65 Widening from U.S. 31 in Alabaster (Exit
238) to AL 25 in Calera (Exit 228) ................
Improve Route 4 Streetscape and replace
waterlines, Town and Village of Fort Edward, Washington County ..............................
Planning and construction on bike paths and
trails as part of Phases III–VI in Ashtabula
Metroparks Western Reserve Greenway .......

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Amount

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$400,000
$4,000,000

$2,400,000
$1,200,000
$3,720,000
$720,000
$800,000
$1,200,000
$1,200,000
$600,000
$1,200,000
$240,000
$16,800,000
$800,000
$2,000,000
$5,160,000

$2,156,000
$2,000,000
$2,400,000
$20,000,000
$1,600,000
$7,680,000
$8,000,000
$6,400,000
$3,480,000
$800,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1313

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1451

CO

1452

MN

1453

MD

1454

MD

1455
1456

NC
PA

1457

IL

1458
1459

MS
IL

1460
1461

AL
MA

1462

OH

1463

AL

1464

ME

1465
1466

TX
WA

1467

GA

1468

IL

1469

IL

1470
1471

MS
TX

1472

MO

1473
1474

GA
MS

1475

IN

1476

CO

1477

MA

1478

TX

1479

NH

Construction of Powers Boulevard and
Woodman Road interchange, Colorado
Springs .............................................................
Environmental review for TH 8 upgrade, Forest Lake to Chisago City ................................
Construct Pedestrian Bridge and Garage at
Coppin State University in Baltimore ...........
Historic Preservation and Traffic Improvements along Liberty Heights Ave. and in
Druid Hill Park in Baltimore .........................
I–85 in Vance County .........................................
Design and construct interchange and related
improvements at I–83 Exit 19 ........................
Preconstruction and Construction at IL 31
from Bull Valley Road to IL 176 ....................
Replace Popps Ferry Road Bridge, Biloxi .........
Reconstruct Lakeshore Drive Overpass over
Wilson Avenue, Chicago .................................
Pedestrian Improvements for Moody, AL .........
Design and construct Canal and Union Street
Corridor improvements, Lawrence .................
Construct new two lane road to Sycamore
Street in Gallia County ...................................
Construct interchange on Interstate 85 at Beehive Road in Auburn, AL ................................
Improvements to the Interconnecting Trail
System for bike/pedestrian trails near Baxter State Park ..................................................
ROW acquisition for 87 Relief Route ................
Restore and construct historic Naches Depot
and Trail project ..............................................
SR 20 widening from I–575 to SR 369, Cherokee County .....................................................
Road Construction and reconstruction in the
Village of Hampshire: Keyes Ave., Industrial
Drive Overlay, and Mill Avenue ....................
Conduct study and design of Chicago North
lakefront path expansion project ...................
I–59 interchange at U.S. 84 and SR 15, Laurel
Improvements to IH–35E from U.S. 77 North
of Waxahachie to U.S. 77 South of
Waxahachie ......................................................
Scudder Road and I–170 Interchange Improvements, St. Louis County .................................
Construct and improve Cobb County Trails .....
Extend SR 590 from U.S. 11 to SR 29 near
Ellisville ...........................................................
Improve Intersection at Jackson Street and
Morrison Road in the City of Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana .....................................
Construction of McCaslin Boulevard U.S. 36
Interchange in Superior ..................................
Route 128 Improvements—Route 114 in Peabody to Route 62 in Danvers ..........................
Lubbock, Texas Construction for Marsha
Sharp Freeway main lanes between Chicago
and Salem Avenues .........................................
South Road Mitigation in Londonderry ............

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$480,000
$2,640,000
$1,520,000
$800,000
$4,800,000
$1,936,000
$4,000,000
$1,200,000
$106,666
$800,000
$1,000,000
$400,000
$500,000
$1,200,000
$400,000
$800,000
$1,840,000
$800,000
$4,000,000
$3,200,000
$1,600,000
$900,000
$3,200,000
$448,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$12,440,000
$1,200,000

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119 STAT. 1314

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

1480

NY

1481

CA

1482

MS

1483

LA

1484

GA

1485

AL

1486

PA

1487
1488

FL
SD

1489

IL

1490

OK

1491
1492

GA
CT

1493

NM

1494
1495

NJ
OR

Paul Road—Fisher Road Improvements, Town
of Chili, Monroe County ..................................
Construct truck lane on Keystone Road from
State Route 111 to Austin Road, Imperial
County ..............................................................
Construct East Metropolitan Corridor linking
I–20 at Brandon to Hwy 25 at Flowood ........
Leeville Bridge, Port Fourchon to Golden
Meadow ............................................................
National Infantry Museum Transportation
Network ............................................................
Interchange at I–65 and Limestone County
Road 24 Constuction .......................................
Project to realign intersection of King of Prussia Road and Upper Gulph Road to provide
turning lanes and signalization .....................
Widen State Road 80, Hendry County ..............
Construction of 4-lane highway on U.S. 79 between Maverick Junction, and the Nebraska
border ...............................................................
130th and Torrance Avenue Intersection Improvement, Chicago .........................................
Improvements to Hereford Lane and US69
Interchange, McAlester ...................................
Athens-Clarke County Bike Trail Project .........
Construct UCONN Storrs Campus-Hillside
Road ..................................................................
I–25, Tramway North to Bernalillo, Reconstruction ...........................................................
Planning for Liberty Corridor ............................
Sellwood Bridge Replacement–Multnomah
County ..............................................................
...............................................................................
Englewood Interstate Connector in Sarasota
County, Florida ................................................
Elevate and construct drainage improvements
to Beach Road, Canal Road, and Sea Breeze
Road in Massapequa, New York ....................
Design and construction streetscape improvements in Midtown, enhance pedestrian access ...................................................................
Replace sidewalk along Route 9A in Hamlet of
Montrose, Town of Cortlandt .........................
Construction and widening of TH 241 in the
City of St. Michael, MN ..................................
I–75 lanes from Aviation Boulevard to SR 54,
Clayton County ................................................
Construction and rehabilitation of the Cross
Vermont Trail for the Cross Vermont Trail
Association .......................................................
Construction of a new ramp from 9A Southbound to Taconic State Parkway Southbound, Westchester County ............................
Restore vehicular traffic to Main Street in
Downtown Buffalo ...........................................
Construction of 5 lane concrete pavement with
curb, gutter and sewer on Romeo Plank
Road from M–59 to 23 Mile Road in Macomb
Township ..........................................................

1496
1497

FL

1498

NY

1499

TX

1500

NY

1501

MN

1502

GA

1503

VT

1504

NY

1505

NY

1506

MI

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Amount

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$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$4,960,000
$4,000,000
$2,400,000
$800,000
$1,319,200
$800,000
$6,400,000
$7,200,000
$800,000
$1,120,000
$1,600,000
$2,800,000
$400,000
$2,000,000
$0
$2,400,000
$2,400,000
$800,000
$264,000
$1,600,000
$1,200,000
$1,108,800
$1,420,000
$4,000,000

$8,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1315

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1507

NY

1508

IL

1509

CA

1510

MO

1511
1512

CA
NY

1513

OK

1514

IL

1515

IL

1516

WA

1517

TN

1518

GA

1519

PA

1520

PA

1521

WI

1522
1523

VA
WV

1524
1525

OR
FL

1526
1527

OR
IL

1528
1529

TX
GA

1530

NJ

Enhance road and transportation facilities in
the vicinity of the Brooklyn Children’s Museum .................................................................
Construct and expand Northwest Illinois U.S.
Rte 20 from Freeport to Galena, IL ...............
Construction of new roadway lighting on
major transportation corridors in the Southwest San Fernando Valley ..............................
Construct Interstate flyover at Hughes Road
and Liberty Drive to 76th Street. Part of
Liberty Parkway Project .................................
Freeway 180 Improvements Fresno ..................
Construct sidewalks and curbs on Valley Road
in Town of Bedford ..........................................
Construction of rail crossing in Claremore at
Blue Star Drive and SH 66 ............................
Improve U.S. Route 34 from Kewanee to
Kentville Road .................................................
For Naperville Township to fund improvements to North Aurora Road ..........................
Kent—Construct a single point urban interchange (SPUI) under I–5 at South 272nd St
Construct Interpretive Visitor Center for the
Cherokee Removal Memorial Park Trail of
Tears site in Meigs County, TN .....................
Create a greenway trail along the Oconee
River connecting parks, preserving historic
sites, and promoting economic development
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking and roadway redesign in Dunmore Borough, Lackawanna County .............................
Add turn lane, modify signals and install
pavement markings at intersection of PA
422 and PA 662 in Amity Township ..............
Construct bicycle/pedestrian path and facilities
in the Central park area of Madison .............
Expand Route 15 29 in Culpeper, Virginia .......
Fairmont Gateway Connector System to provide an improved highway link between
downtown Fairmont and I–79 in the vicinity
of Fairmont ......................................................
Construct Barber Street extension, Wilsonville
Four-laning SR 281 (Avalon Boulevard) in
Santa Rosa County from Interstate 10 to
north of CSX RR Bridge .................................
Interstate 5 Interchange at City of Coburg ......
Construction of a bridge at Stearns Road in
Kane County, Illinois ......................................
East 7th Street Improvements in Austin ..........
Rebuild SR 10 Memorial Drive for bicycle and
pedestrian safety, from Mountain Drive to
Goldsmith Road, Dekalb County ....................
Provide an alternative route for traffic passing
though congested SR 31 corridor in
Flemington, NJ ................................................

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$550,000
$3,200,000

$800,000

$15,200,000
$7,600,000
$360,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$160,000
$800,000

$800,000

$2,000,000

$320,000

$1,944,000
$2,800,000
$1,600,000

$17,600,000
$2,400,000

$11,600,000
$8,000,000
$70,400,000
$420,000

$1,600,000

$2,000,000

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119 STAT. 1316

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

1531

CA

1532

WI

1533

PA

1534

LA

1535

TX

1536

GA

1537

IL

1538

MI

1539

TN

1540
1541

IA
IL

1542

CT

1543

TN

1544

FL

1545

VT

1546

MO

1547

DC

1548

MI

1549

MO

1550
1551

UT
ME

1552

FL

1553
1554

MD
NY

Construction of a smart crosswalk system at
the intersection of Arminta St. and Mason
Ave ....................................................................
Reconstruct U.S. Highway 41 north of Lake
Butte des Morts Bridge, Wisconsin ...............
Improvements to 8th and 9th Street bridges
between Pleasant Valley Blvd. and Valley
View Blvd., Altoona, PA .................................
Construction of a direct intermodal truck access road from Interstate 210 to the City
Docks of the Port of Lake Charles .................
Construct Links Hike and Bike Trail Project.
2.2 mile trail project connecting Gaylord
Texan to Grapevine Mills Mall. Grapvine,
TX .....................................................................
Construct sidewalks between Marion Middle
School, City Park, and Community Center,
Buena Vista .....................................................
Construct a four lane connection between Rt.
13 and Rt. 45 and upgrades to Netty Green
Road in Saline Co., Illinois .............................
Plymouth, Haggerty Road from Plymouth Rd.
to Schoolcraft Rd .............................................
Provide streetscape improvements and pavement repair, Greenback, Tennessee ..............
Reconstruction of NE 56th St, eastern Polk Co
Relocate Pocket Road/Lakewood Place for Access to the Racehorse Business Park,
Alorton ..............................................................
Construct roadway on East Commerce Drive,
Oxford, CT .......................................................
Niota, TN Improve vehicle efficiencies at highway At-Grade Railroad Crossing ...................
Plan and Construct 17th Street connector in
the City of Sarasota, FL .................................
Reconstruction and widening of U.S. Route 5
for the Town of Hartford ................................
Relocate the entrance to the Shaw Nature Reserve that is being altered due to a redesign
of the Gray Summit I–44 interchange
project ...............................................................
Replace and reconstruct South Capitol Street/
Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge ............
Complete 13.8 miles of nonmotorized pedestrian Fred Meijer Heartland Trail of 30.1
miles .................................................................
Roadway improvements on U.S. 60 from Willow Springs to the Van Buren Area ...............
Construct Parley’s Creek Trail ..........................
Construction of Calais/St. Stephen Border
Crossing Project ...............................................
Alleviate congestion at Atlantic Corridor
Green-way Network, City of Miami Beach,
FL .....................................................................
Construction of MD 331 Dover Bridge ..............
Improve Traffic Flow on Noel Road between
Church and Crossbay Boulevard including
work necessary to demolish and reconstruct
the firehouse facility .......................................

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Amount

APPS06

$40,000
$13,000,000
$392,000
$10,400,000

$400,000
$300,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$800,000
$900,000
$400,000
$45,600
$1,600,000
$1,200,000

$400,000
$48,000,000
$2,160,000
$8,000,000
$5,000,000
$7,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,454,400

$1,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1317

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.
1555

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

PA

Construct 9th and 10th Street bridges over
Norfolk Southern Tracks, Lebanon ................
...............................................................................
Improve I–8 off ramp at Ocotillo to the Imperial Valley College Desert Museum/Regional
Traveler Visitor Center, Imperial County .....
Install new grade separation at Ranchero
Road in Hesperia .............................................
Bartow Ave. Ramp and Reconstruction at the
Hutchinson Parkway .......................................
Airport Access Rd., Gainesville ..........................
Intersection project at South Access/522 beginning and ending at the UWB-CCC campus
to improve access and alleviate congestion ...
Reconstruction of CR 530 from Rt. 206 to CR
644. Construct shoulders, travel lanes, center turn lane, drainage improvements and
traffic signal .....................................................
Improve SCCC roads, Fallsburg ........................
Add turn lane and adaptive traffic control system at intersection of San Tomas Expressway and Hamilton Avenue in Campbell .......
Interchange improvements at Rice Avenue and
U.S. Highway 101 in the City of Oxnard ......
Northside Drive Multimodal Corridor ...............
Replace sidewalks, meet ADA guidelines, and
install a crosswalk, McRae .............................
Ritchie Road from FM 1695 to U.S. 84, Waco ..
Maumelle Interchange—Third entrance into
Maumelle .........................................................
Construct Housatonic Riverwalk, Shelton ........
Rehabilitate Roadways Around East Baltimore
Life Science Park in Baltimore ......................
City of Vestavia Hills Pedestrian Walkway to
Cross U.S. 31 ...................................................
Replace Samuelson Road Underpass, Portage
Construct Commuter Parking Structure in the
Central Business District in the vicinity of
La Grange Road ..............................................
Design and construct inner loop roadway
around Shippensburg Boro .............................
Construct I–73/74 High Priority Corridor,
Mingo Co ..........................................................
Roadway improvements to Jackson Avenue between Jericho Turnpike and Teibrook Avenue ....................................................................
Rogue River Bikeway/Pedestrian Path, Curry
County ..............................................................
San Gabriel Blvd. Intersection Improvements
at Broadway and at Las Tunas, San Gabriel
Improvements to Erie Station Road, Town of
Henrietta, Monroe County ..............................
Sioux City, Iowa Hoeven Corridor—Outer
Drive Project ....................................................
Study and rehabilitate the I–471 corridor,
Campbell County, Kentucky ...........................
SCSU Transportation Center, Orangeburg ......

1556
1557

CA

1558

CA

1559

NY

1560
1561

FL
WA

1562

NJ

1563
1564

NY
CA

1565

CA

1566
1567

GA
GA

1568
1569

TX
AR

1570
1571

CT
MD

1572

AL

1573
1574

IN
IL

1575

PA

1576

WV

1577

NY

1578

OR

1579

CA

1580

NY

1581

IA

1582

KY

1583

SC

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$0
$800,000
$4,000,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$2,400,000

$8,000,000
$1,100,000
$1,280,000
$2,640,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$2,400,000
$800,000
$800,000
$6,800,000
$560,000
$2,530,312
$3,232,000
$400,000
$9,600,000
$1,800,000
$600,000
$160,000
$1,000,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$5,200,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

1584

NY

1585
1586

NY
AL

1587

NJ

1588

PA

Construction and rehabilitation of North and
South Delaware Avenues in the Village of
Lindenhurst, NY ..............................................
Study on extending Rt. 5 to Auburn .................
Expand U.S. 84 from Andalusia, AL to Enterprise, AL ...........................................................
Susse County, NJ, Safety and Operational Improvements on Route 23 in Hardyston Township and Franklin Borough ............................
State Street and Mulberry Street Bridge
Lighting project, Harrisburg ..........................
...............................................................................
Interstate 15 and State Route 79 South Freeway Interchange and Ramp Improvement
Project ..............................................................
Road Improvements, streetscapes, and pedestrian safety additions in Ashtabula Harbor ..
Town of East Fishkill improvements to Robinson Lane and Lake Walton Road at NYS
Route 376 .........................................................
Construct a bicycle/pedestrian path, Wisconsin
Dells ..................................................................
Construct improvements in Sight Distance at
Road Grade and Trail Crossings in Oneida
and Herkimer Counties ..................................
Repair Silver Mine Bridge in the Town of
Lewisboro .........................................................
River walk Reconstruction, City of Chicago .....
Rogers, Arkansas—Construct new interchange
on I–540 near the existing Perry Road overpass ...................................................................
Design and construct Indiana Ohio River
Bridges Project on I–65 and 265 ....................
Transportation Enhancements at Blackstone
Valley Heritage Corridor ................................
Reconstruction of U.S. 79 from FM 1460 to
Williamson County Road195 ..........................
Transportation enhancements to Children’s
Museum of Los Angeles ..................................
Construct Shelby County Indiana Shelbyville
Parkway ...........................................................
Reconstruct the Niagara Street culvert/bridge
which crosses over Two Mile Creek, City of
Tonawanda .......................................................
Reconstruction of Main Street and Lebanon
Street in Melrose .............................................
Construct the existing IR 70 interchange at
U.S. 40, SR 331 west of St. Clairsville ..........
Install traffic lights and pedestrian walkways
on Highway 441 at Martin Luther King, Jr.,
Boulevard, Dublin ...........................................
Pike County, OH Fog Road Upgrade ................
Project design, environmental assessment, and
roadway construction of Lonestar Road from
Alta Road to Enrico Fermi Drive San Diego
County ..............................................................
Project Study Reports for I–105 and I–405
Interchanges at Los Angeles International
Airport ..............................................................

1589
1590

CA

1591

OH

1592

NY

1593

WI

1594

NY

1595

NY

1596
1597

IL
AR

1598

IN

1599

RI

1600

TX

1601

CA

1602

IN

1603

NY

1604

MA

1605

OH

1606

GA

1607
1608

OH
CA

1609

CA

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$696,000
$120,000
$2,400,000
$3,440,000
$4,000,000
$0
$1,600,000
$800,000
$400,000
$1,600,000
$160,000
$120,000
$480,000
$5,000,000
$16,000,000
$400,000
$1,600,000
$960,000
$400,000
$320,000
$560,000
$9,700,000
$500,000
$960,000

$400,000
$320,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1319

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1610

CA

1611

NY

1612

TX

1613

MN

1614

TN

1615

PA

1616

NJ

1617

TX

1618

NJ

1619

MN

1620

SC

1621

IA

1622

PA

1623

NM

1624
1625

TX
IL

1626

KS

1627

VA

1628
1629

SC
LA

1630

GA

1631

IA

1632

OR

Reconstruct Whittier Blvd. and improve parkway drainage from Philadelphia Ave. to Five
Points in Whittier ............................................
Rockland County Railroad Grade Crossings
Safety Study ....................................................
San Angelo Ports-to-Plains Route Loop 306 at
F.M. 388 ...........................................................
City of Hutchinson School Road Underpass of
TH 7 and TH 22 improvements .....................
construct and widen SR 33 in Monroe County,
TN .....................................................................
Construct the realignment of Cool Creek Road
in York County, PA .........................................
Construct Waterfront Walkway from North Sinatra Drive and 12th St. south to Sinatra
Drive in Hoboken ............................................
Add shoulders to FM 156 from Ponder, Texas
to Krum, Texas ................................................
Bridge replacement on Section 6V of Route 1
from Ryders Lane to Milltown Road, North
Brunswick ........................................................
Construct Two Harbors High School Trail connecting Two Harbors High School to Two
Harbors City ....................................................
Construct I–85 Brockman-McClimon Interchange between Greenville Spartanburg Airport and SC Highway 101 interchanges ........
Fort Madison, IA Construction of U.S. 61 bypass around Fort Madison to create a safer
and faster route ...............................................
Germantown Avenue Revitalization with
Mount Airy USA for landscaping, scenic enhancements and pedestrian safety improvements along the heavily traveled thoroughfare ...................................................................
I–10 Reconstruction, Las Cruces to Texas
State Line ........................................................
IH 820 Widening Project ....................................
For Naperville Township to fund improvements to Diehl Road between Eola Road and
Route 59 ...........................................................
Remove and Replace Topeka Blvd. Bridge over
the Kansas River .............................................
Clifton, VA Main Street parking and sidewalk
improvements ..................................................
Replace Milford Road Bridge, Anderson, SC ....
Improvements to Essen Lane at I–12; and to
Perkins Rd.; and to Central Thruway; and to
O’Neal Lane; and to Burbank Dr.; and to
Essen Park Extension; and for LA 408 study
Streetscape project for lighting and landscaping on Main Street along Georgia Highway 231, Davisboro .........................................
City of Council Bluffs and Pottawattamie
county East Beltway Roadway and Connectors Project .......................................................
U.S. 199/Laurel Road Intersection ....................

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$1,360,000
$1,000,000
$1,200,000
$800,000
$5,000,000
$800,000

$1,600,000
$1,600,000

$1,600,000

$891,600

$800,000

$2,720,000

$1,856,000
$2,400,000
$1,600,000

$640,000
$5,600,000
$200,000
$400,000

$24,000,000

$240,000

$1,200,000
$2,880,000

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119 STAT. 1320

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

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State

Project Description

1633

CA

1634

FL

1635

NY

1636
1637

NC
IL

1638

SC

1639

CA

1640

CT

1641

AZ

1642

NJ

1643

MS

1644

OH

1645

NY

1646

NY

1647

NC

1648

TX

1649

IL

1650

GA

1651

KY

1652

NC

1653

CA

1654

IL

1655

CA

1656

MA

1657

VA

Conduct project report study on Old River
School Rd—Firestone Blvd. intersection reconfiguration ....................................................
Conduct study for Port of Miami Tunnel,
Miami, FL ........................................................
Ithaca, Design and construct pedestrian and
bicycle path (Cayuga Waterfront Trail) .........
Greenway Trails Project, Elizabeth City ..........
Reconstruct Lakeshore Drive overpass over
Lawrence Avenue ............................................
Replace Murphy Road West Bridge, Anderson,
SC .....................................................................
Resurface and construct truck lane at CA Hwy
94 and I–8 interchange, Boulevard ................
Undertake road improvements associated with
Coltsville Area Redevelopment, Hartford ......
Upgrade and Re-opening of Main Street in
Yuma ................................................................
Pedestrian facilities, street lighting and
streetscaping improvements in downtown
Laurel Springs .................................................
Upgrade Blue Cane Road in Tallahatchie
County, and roads in Webb and Tutwiler .....
Upgrade circuitry on vehicle protection device
at Sheldon Road rail crossing in Berea .........
Design and construct Upper Delaware Scenic
Byway Visitor Center, Cochecton ...................
Construct sidewalks and curbing on Westchester Avenue in Village of Buchanan ........
Downtown Redevelopment Project, City of
Rocky Mount ....................................................
Construction of divided four lane concrete arterial with drainage improvements—Sandy
Lake Road: Denton Tap Rd. to North
Coppell Road ....................................................
Preconstruction and Construction at IL 120 at
Bacon Road and Cedar Lake Road ................
Revitalization project will extend and resurface the Roberta Walking Trail, Roberta ......
Construct Westbound Access to Mountain
Parkway from Exit 18 (KY 1057), Powell
County ..............................................................
Development of 2 miles of road parallel to I–95
located approximately between the I–95/NC
125 interchange and I–95/U.S. 158 interchange ..............................................................
Engineering, right-of-way and construction of
HOV lanes on I–580 in the Livermore Valley, California ..................................................
Construct Streetscape Project, City of Markham ...................................................................
Landscape south side of the 91 Fwy at Bellflower Blvd. in Bellflower ...............................
Southwick and Westfield Rail Trail, Design
and Construction .............................................
Upgrade DOT crossing #467665M to constant
warning time devices ......................................

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Amount

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$400,000
$1,600,000
$960,000
$512,000
$1,200,000
$188,000
$2,400,000
$1,600,000
$960,000

$477,059
$600,000
$112,000
$600,000
$220,000
$5,068,800

$800,000
$1,092,000
$400,000

$2,320,000

$1,200,000
$9,600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$4,000,000
$155,680

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1321

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1658

TX

1659
1660
1661

WY
MN
AK

1662

CA

1663

MN

1664

NJ

1665

CA

1666

CA

1667

MD

1668

NJ

1669

IN

1670

MI

1671

TX

1672

CT

1673

TN

1674

TX

1675

NY

1676

GA

1677

SC

1678

MO

1679

OH

1680

CA

1681

MA

1682

OK

Reconstruct and add two lanes to U.S. 287
from the Oklahoma State line to U.S. 54 in
Stratford ...........................................................
Casper West Belt Loop .......................................
Munger Trail extension, City of Duluth ...........
Bogard/Sheldon Extension in MatanuskaSusitna Borough ..............................................
City of Redondo Beach Esplanade Improvement Project .....................................................
Kandiyohi and Meeker Counties Hwy 7 between TH 71 and TH 22 .................................
Construction of Rowan Boulevard from U.S.
Route 322 to Main Street, Glassboro .............
Conduct Study of SR 130 Realignment Project,
San Joaquin County and Santa Clara County, CA ...............................................................
Passons Grade Separation in the City of Pico
Rivera ...............................................................
Construct South Shore Trail, Anne Arundel
County, MD ......................................................
Realignment of the Routes 35/36 intersection
in Eatontown ...................................................
Construct Hoosier Heartland Highway in Cass
and Carroll County, Indiana ..........................
Oscoda County, Reconstruction and surfacing
of Valley Road from M–33 west to Mapes
Road ..................................................................
Reconstruct Precinct Line Road 2-lane bridge
as 4-lane bridge and widen Precinct Line
Road to 4-lane roadway from SH 10 to
Trammel Davis Rd ..........................................
Reconstruct Waterfront Street Corridor, City
of New Haven ..................................................
Improving Vehicle Efficiencies at At-Grade
highway-Railroad Crossing in Philadelphia,
TN .....................................................................
Reconstruct Mile 2 W from Mile 12 N to U.S.
83, Hidalgo County .........................................
Reconstruction of West Neck Road from Huntington-Lloyd Harbor boundary to the end of
the Village-maintained road ...........................
Rehabilitate sidewalks and replace street
lights, Swainsboro ...........................................
Replace Murphy Road East Bridge, Anderson,
SC .....................................................................
Access improvements and safety and mobility
upgrades along U.S. 7 as part of the Highway 7 Corridor Development Plan in Blue
Springs .............................................................
Construct Stearns Road Grade Separation,
Olmsted Township ...........................................
Implement Grove Avenue Corridor I–10 interchange improvements in Ontario ...................
Construct and Replace West Corner Bridge
and Culvert, Rt. 228, spanning Weir River
Estuary and Straits Pond Inlet ......................
Complete Reconstruction of the I–35/SH 9
West Interchange ............................................

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$1,600,000
$2,500,000
$4,000,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$480,000
$1,600,000
$2,960,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$2,400,000
$768,000

$800,000
$1,200,000
$79,200
$800,000
$2,400,000
$400,000
$212,000

$4,000,000
$3,600,000
$2,400,000
$800,000
$3,200,000

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119 STAT. 1322

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

State

Project Description

1683

NJ

1684

NY

1685

MN

1686

NY

1687

MI

1688

OH

1689

FL

1690

MD

1691

MI

1692

FL

1693

NY

1694

MI

1695

WI

1696

CA

1697

CA

1698

MD

1699

NY

1700

CA

1701
1702
1703

GA
GA
CA

1704

NY

1705

TX

Construct Rte 50 Tuckahoe River Bridge Replacement, Cape May and Atlantic Counties
Rt. 12 reconstruction-Town and Village of
Greene ..............................................................
Becker County CR 143 and CR 124 Improvements ................................................................
Construct and extend existing pedestrian
streetscape areas in Valley Stream ...............
Construct Interchange at I–675 and M–13
(Washington Avenue). Northbound Exit.
Phase I of Construction. City of Saginaw .....
Construct Cleveland Towpath Trail, 6-mile extension towards downtown, Cleveland ..........
Construct widening of U.S. 17 to 4 lanes from
San Mateo to Volusia County line, Putnam
County, Florida ................................................
Construct Phase 1 of the South Shore Trail in
Anne Arundel County from Maryland Route
3 at Millersville Road to I–97 at Waterbury
Road ..................................................................
Construction of 5 lane concrete pavement with
curb, gutter and storm sewer on Van Dyke
Ave. from 23 Mile Road to 26 Mile Road,
Macomb Co ......................................................
Design and construct replacement for A. Max
Brewer Bridge, Titusville ...............................
Implement ITS system and apparatus to enhance citywide truck route system on Victory Blvd. Between Travis Ave. and West
Shore Expressway Travis Section of SI .........
Purchase and implementation of various Intelligent Transportation System technologies in
the Grand Rapids metro region .....................
Recondition U.S. 45 between New London and
Clintonville, Wisconsin (Waupaca County,
Wisconsin) ........................................................
Reconstruction of The Strand in the City of
Manhattan Beach to improve beach access
and accommodate increased pedestrian traffic ......................................................................
Construction of new roadway lighting on
major transportation corridors in the Northeast San Fernando Valley ..............................
Rehabilitate Hanover Street Bridge in Baltimore ..................................................................
Rehabilitation of Hornbeck Road in the Town
of Poughkeepsie ...............................................
Rehabilitation of Tulare County Farm to Market road system ...............................................
Riverside Drive Streetscape Project, Macon .....
South Lumpkin Road Trail-Columbus ..............
Implement Northeast San Fernando Valley
Road and Safety Improvements .....................
Big Ridge Road: Spencerport Village Line to
Gillet Road in the Town of Ogden .................
Build south bound ramp from east bound I–20
to Clark Road at the southern terminus of
Spur 408. Duncanville, TX .............................
...............................................................................

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Amount

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$3,200,000
$3,288,000
$768,000
$1,080,000
$2,000,000
$4,640,000
$16,300,000

$800,000

$1,663,600
$8,000,000

$100,000
$9,944,000
$1,600,000

$1,600,000
$400,000
$1,200,000
$340,800
$3,200,000
$400,000
$400,000
$160,000
$1,000,000
$4,400,000
$0

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1323

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1707

TN

1708

PA

1709

GA

1710

OK

1711

OH

1712

IL

1713

NC

1714
1715

CT
CO

1716

MS

1717

MS

1718

NJ

1719
1720
1721
1722

IL
PA
GA
CA

1723
1724

WA
NY

1725

NJ

1726
1727

AR
WA

1728

MI

1729

VA

1730

NY

1731

LA

1732

IL

1733

NY

1734

OH

Reconstruct U.S. 64 from west of Bolivar to
the Lawrence County Line in Hardemant,
McNairy, Hardin, Wayne Counties ................
Improve safety of Route 145 in Whitehall
Township ..........................................................
Construct Stone Mountain-Lithonia Road Bike
Lane and Sidewalks, Dekalb County .............
Texanna Road improvements around Lake
Eufaula .............................................................
North Huntington Street Improvements, Medina, OH ...........................................................
To construct a new intersection of a public
road and U.S. Route 50 and a new street .....
To plan, design, and construct the Northwest
Corridor-Western Blvd. Project in Jacksonville, NC ...........................................................
Upgrade Mark Twain Drive, Hartford ..............
CO I–70 East Multimodal Corridor (Highway
Expansion), Denver .........................................
Upgrade roads in Indianola, Ruleville,
Moorehead, Doddsville, Sunflower and
Drew, Sunflower County .................................
Upgrade Marshall Road in North Carrollton
(U.S. Highway 35 and 82) McCain Street,
South Street, Love Street, and Colver
Street, Carroll County ....................................
Passaic-Bergen intermodal transportation deployment initiative ..........................................
Upgrade roads, The Village of Maywood ..........
Upgrade Route 30 Corridor and Airport Access
Upgrade sidewalks and lighting, Lyons ............
State Route 88—Pine Grove Corridor Improvement Project .....................................................
Tacoma—Lincoln Avenue Grade Separation ....
Improve NY 112 from Old Town Road to NY
347 ....................................................................
Construct I–195 Noise Barrier, Hamilton
Township, Mercer County ...............................
Highway 77 Rail Grade Separation ..................
Kent, WA Willis Street BNSF Railroad Grade
Separation Project ...........................................
Menominee, Ogden Street Bridge rehabilitation project-replacement of deck, expansion
joints, sidewalks, railing and all other joints
Pochantas Trail—Development and construction of trail from Bluestone Junction to
Pochantas adjacent to abandoned rail line ...
Suffolk County ITS arterial monitoring and
performance measures ....................................
Conduct study for Highway 25 in Washington
Parish ...............................................................
Construction of the 43rd Street Bicycle Pedestrian Bridge over Lake Shore Drive, City of
Chicago .............................................................
To design and reconstruct Nassau Avenue, improve sidewalks and include pedestrian
amenities in Greenpoint, Brooklyn ................
Upgrade the I–480 and Tiedman Road interchange, Brooklyn .............................................

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$4,180,000
$1,780,000
$800,000
$800,000
$1,088,000
$440,000
$473,600
$1,600,000
$2,000,000
$1,600,000

$320,000
$12,000,000
$800,000
$800,000
$400,000
$400,000
$800,000
$8,000,000
$2,000,000
$800,000
$400,000
$160,000
$400,000
$500,000
$400,000
$480,000
$1,920,000
$1,600,000

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119 STAT. 1324

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.
1735

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

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NJ

Interchange improvements and bridge replacement, Route 46, Passaic County ....................
...............................................................................
Construction of a Four Lane U.S. Highway 20
between Moville in Woodbury County,
through Ida County and Sac County to U.S.
71 at Early, IA .................................................
Paving of Navajo Route 9010-off of I–40 at
Houck, AZ (Exit 348) to Pine Springs Day
School ...............................................................
Red Bank Road Improvements from I–71 to
Fair Lane in Eastern Hamilton County,
Ohio ..................................................................
Construct earthen berm along Esperanza Road
from Yorba Linda Blvd. to the west city limits to mitigate noise ........................................
U.S. 90—Construct 6 mainlines from east of
Mercury to east of Wallisville ........................
Town of Chester Trout Brook road improvements and reconstruction ...............................
Upgrade the I–5 Fern Valley Interchange
(Exit 24) ...........................................................
Construct I–80 Gilman Street interchange improvements in Berkeley ..................................
Construct Vineland Boulevard and Sherman
Avenue Intersection Improvements, Vineland, Cumberland County ..............................
Terry’s Corner Park and Ride on Camano Island ...................................................................
Upgrade U.S. 101 and Utility Relocation, Gold
Beach ................................................................
Upgrade U.S. 41 from DePere to Suamico,
Wisconsin (Brown County, Wisconsin) ..........
Upgrade Veterans Drive in Pekin, Illinois .......
Saugerties, Improve Tissle Road-Old Kings
Highway intersection ......................................
Design and Construct the Cottonwood Trail
pedestrian-bicycle connection .........................
Rehabilitation of the Ashford Ave. bridge over
I–87 in the Villages of Dobbs Ferry and
Ardsley .............................................................
Streetscape completion along U.S. 40 in
Bridgeport ........................................................
Design and construct new Meridian Bridge
across the Missouri River at Yankton ...........
Upgrade MD 210 from MD 228 to I–495 ..........
For DuPage County to construct certain segments of Southern DuPage County Regional
Trail ..................................................................
U.S. 20 relocated, Webster, Sac and Calhoun
Counties, Iowa .................................................
Construction of new access roads along Route
42/Blackhorse Pike in Washington Township
Highways 152–156 Intersection improvements,
CA .....................................................................
Coffman Cove IFA ferry terminal or IFA vessel debt repayment for MV Prince of Wales
Ferry .................................................................

1736
1737

IA

1738

AZ

1739

OH

1740

CA

1741

TX

1742

NY

1743

OR

1744

CA

1745

NJ

1746

WA

1747

OR

1748

WI

1749
1750

IL
NY

1751

TX

1752

NY

1753

OH

1754

SD

1755
1756

MD
IL

1757

IA

1758

NJ

1759

CA

1760

AK

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$0

$8,000,000
$3,440,000
$3,120,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$56,000
$2,400,000
$1,200,000
$1,400,000
$1,120,000
$200,000
$2,000,000
$800,000
$500,000
$800,000
$2,080,000
$80,000
$7,108,844
$3,000,000
$80,000
$2,400,000
$800,000
$800,000
$3,200,000

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119 STAT. 1325

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1761

MA

1762

MI

1763

TX

1764

TN

1765

PA

1766

TX

1767

CA

1768

TX

1769

OH

1770

CA

1771

AR

1772

NY

1773

MA

1774
1775

NV
CA

1776

CA

1777

OH

1778

CA

1779

IL

1780

CA

1781

MI

1782

OR

1783

FL

Acquisition, engineering, design, and construction of the Assabet River Rail Trail, Acton,
Hudson, Maynard, and Stow ..........................
Conduct Feasibility Study to Extend I–475 to
U.S. 23 in Genesee County .............................
Construct a reliever route on U.S. 287 South
of Dumas to U.S. 287 North of Dumas ..........
construct new exit on I–75 and connect U.S.
11, U.S. 411, and SR 30 ..................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition and
construction of street improvements, parking, safety enhancements and roadway redesign in Pittston ................................................
Dowlen Road Improvements for Beaumont,
Texas ................................................................
Construct Hwy 101 bicycle-pedestrian project
in Marin and Sonoma Counties from north
of Atherton Ave. to south of Petaluma River
bridge ................................................................
Construct raised median from Loop 224 to
Sradley St. in Nacogdoches, TX .....................
Construction of bicycle trail extension in
Geauga Park District in Chardon, OH ..........
Extension of a regional Class I bikeway from
the West City limits to the East City limits
along leased railroad right-of-way .................
For rail grade separations identified by the
MPO for the Little Rock/North Little Rock
metropolitan area, (which may include: Edison Ave.; Springer Blvd.; Hwy 89 Extension;
McCain/Fairfax; Salem Road; J.P. Wright
Loop; South Loop; Geyer Springs Rd) ...........
Court Street and Smith Street Shopping District Enhancements .........................................
Hampshire County Bike Paths, Design and
Construction ....................................................
Construct I–15 Starr Interchange .....................
Construct full-access interchange at SR 120—
McKinley Avenue, with the necessary SR
120 auxiliary lanes, Manteca, CA ..................
Install emergency vehicle preemption equipment along major arterials in the I–880 corridor, Alameda County ....................................
Construct a proposed relocation of U.S. 22 and
SR 93 from the current IR 70, U.S. 40 west
of Zanesville .....................................................
Conduct Study and Construct I–205 Chrisman
Road Interchange Project, Tracy, CA ............
Construction of part of a 230 mile corridor
U.S. 67 near Jerseyville and Carrolton, Illinois ...................................................................
Construction of Campus Parkway from State
Route 99 to Yosemite Ave., Merced County ..
Construction of Superior Road Roundabout,
Superior Township ..........................................
Construction and preliminary engineering of a
railroad crossing at the intersection of
Havlik Road and Hwy 30, Scappoose ............
Clark Road Clover Leaf at I–95, Jacksonville ..

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$480,000
$2,400,000
$3,600,000

$1,400,000
$2,764,800

$400,000
$2,680,000
$400,000
$320,000

$8,000,000
$640,000
$4,400,000
$8,000,000
$3,200,000
$400,000
$4,800,000
$800,000
$1,360,000
$400,000
$600,000
$198,400
$4,400,000

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119 STAT. 1326

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

1784

PA

1785

IL

1786

IN

1787
1788

AL
WI

1789

MA

1790

TX

1791
1792

IA
MN

1793

CA

1794

KY

1795
1796

AZ
NY

Construct and widen PA 94 from the Adams
and York County line north to Appler Road
For the reconstruction and realignment of 2
miles of Evergreen Ave. located west of the
City of Effingham ............................................
Improve State Road 332 and Nebo Road Intersection in Delaware County, Indiana ............
Birmingham Northern Beltline .........................
Construct Lake Butte des Morts Bridge, U.S.
Highway 41, Winnebago County, Wisconsin
North Worcester County Bike Paths, Design
and Construction .............................................
Old Reliance Road Overpass at SH 6 (Earl
Rudder Freeway)—Widening project in
Brazos Co .........................................................
Phase III of Main St. project, Amana ...............
Realign Vadnais Boulevard at interchange of
I–694/Highway 49, Ramsey County ...............
Reconfigure intersection at Highways 152 and
156 in Santa Clara County .............................
Construct Georgetown Northwest Bypass from
U.S. 460 West to I–75 North, Scott County ..
Grand Canyon Greenway Trails ........................
Remediate road runoff in vicinity of Peconic
Estuary watershed ..........................................
...............................................................................
Construction of road improvements from Richmond Road to new Cuyahoga Community
College in Warrensville Heights, OH ............
Construction of the I–696 and Northwestern
Highway Interchange Freeway Ramps at
Franklin Road in Southfield ...........................
Construct access improvements to I–680 and
internal roadways for Corridor of Opportunity, Mahoning Co .......................................
Mount Vernon Railroad Cut ..............................
Reconstruct and add two lanes to IH 27 from
Western Street in Amarillo to Loop 335 .......
SH 83–SH 88 Interchange Reconstruction—
Arapahoe County, CO .....................................
Town of Pawling Old Rt. 55 ...............................
Upgrade Curtis Road in conjunction with
State plan for I–57 interchange; from Duncan Rd. to 1st Street in Champaign ..............
Upgrade Rt. 249 [Range Line] from Rt. 171 to
I–44 ...................................................................
Bland County Trails and Visitor Center—Establishment of multi-use trail network, associated facilities and begin work on visitors
center ................................................................
Upgrade Sewalls Falls Road bridge over
Merrimack River in Concord ..........................
Perform Old Orchard Road Expansion and improvement project between Harms Road and
U.S. 41, Cook County ......................................
Design, engineering, and ROW acquisition to
reconstruct TH 95 bridge, North Branch ......
Tappan Zee Bridge to I287 Transportation
Corridor ............................................................

1797
1798

OH

1799

MI

1800

OH

1801
1802

NY
TX

1803

CO

1804
1805

NY
IL

1806

MO

1807

VA

1808

NH

1809

IL

1810

MN

1811

NY

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$1,200,000
$1,600,000
$2,400,000
$8,000,000
$28,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$800,000
$800,000
$11,120,000
$2,400,000
$2,560,000
$1,000,000
$0
$120,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$2,000,000
$4,800,000
$3,200,000
$400,000
$5,600,000
$8,000,000

$800,000
$800,000
$800,000
$7,120,745
$1,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1327

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1812

CA

1813
1814

MD
NC

1815

IL

1816

CA

1817

OH

1818
1819
1820

MN
WI
OR

1821

CA

1822

AZ

1823

FL

1824

MN

1825

NY

1826

OH

1827

WA

1828

PA

1829
1830

TX
CA

1831

AL

1832

VA

1833

MI

1834

TN

1835

AZ

1836

TX

Upgrade and reconstruct the I–80/I–680/SR 12
Interchange, Solano County ...........................
U.S. 219 Oakland Bypass ...................................
U.S. 221 widening from U.S. 421 to Jefferson,
NC .....................................................................
Complete 80,000 lb truck route between CH 2
(Burma Rd) and IL Rt. 130 in Cumberland
County ..............................................................
Improvement of intersection at Burbank Blvd.
and Hayvenhurst Ave .....................................
Construct pedestrian bridge over I–77; tunnel
underneath
railroad;
bridge
over
Tuscarawas River along OH and Erie Canal
in Tuscarawas County ....................................
Lake Street Access to I–35W, Minneapolis ......
Upgrade U.S. 2 in Ashland County ...................
Construct an urban arterial street between
NE Weidler and NE Washington on NE
102nd, Portland ...............................................
Construct an Interchange on Highway 70 at
Georgia Pacific Road in Oroville ....................
Construct or Modify Railroad Grade Separations on 6th St. and 22nd St. and Reconstruct Speedway Blvd. Underpass in Tucson
Construct North Ormond Beach Business Park
Interchange at I–95 between U.S. 1 and SR
40, Volusia County ..........................................
Environmental review for improvement along
the entire U.S. 10 corridor ..............................
Construct visitor center, access road, and
parking at Sam’s Point Preserve, Ellenville
Installation of road improvements on Old
State Road-SR 608 in Middlefield, OH ..........
To replace BNSF trestle, Sammamish River
bridge and reconstruct SR 202/127th Pl. NE
and SR 202/180th Ave. NE intersections ......
Completion of beltway interchanges along
Business Route 60 in Moon Township, Allegheny County ...................................................
U.S. 290 Improvements in Austin, TX ..............
City of Madera, CA Improve SR 99—SR 145
Interchange ......................................................
Construct a new interchange on I–65 at
Cullman, AL County Road 222 ......................
National Park Service transportation improvements to Historic Jamestowne, Virginia .......
Design and construction of West Michigan Regional Trail Network connector to link two
trail systems together and to Grand Rapids
Plan and construct a bicycle and pedestrian
trail including enhancements, Murfreesboro
Replacement of Safford Bridge which crosses
the Gila River directly north of Safford, AZ
on North 8th Avenue ......................................
Design and construct streetscape improvements to Old Spanish Trail—SH 288 to
Griggs, Griggs to Mykawa ..............................

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$800,000
$1,600,000

$2,400,000
$320,000

$2,000,000
$1,600,000
$3,200,000

$4,200,000
$2,028,000

$10,640,000

$880,000
$1,040,000
$400,000
$80,000

$1,600,000

$800,000
$2,400,000
$2,400,000
$800,000
$3,400,000
$2,400,000
$7,200,000
$3,520,000
$800,000

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119 STAT. 1328

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

1837

TN

1838
1839

OH
OH

1840

MN

1841

CA

1842
1843

MN
VA

1844

FL

1845

FL

1846

PA

1847
1848

AK
AZ

1849

PA

1850

WA

1851

TX

1852

ID

1853

VA

1854

NY

1855

NC

1856

CO

1857

FL

1858

TN

1859

OR

1860

AL

For each rail-highway crossing: Improve circuitry on vehicle protection device installed
at crossing in Knoxville, TN ...........................
Reconstruct Broadway Ave. in Lorain ..............
Road Widening and related improvements to
SR 82 in Macedonia, OH ................................
Reconstruct CSAH 4 and CSAH 5 (Forest
Highway 11) between CSAH 15 and TH 61,
Silver Bay ........................................................
Ramona Avenue Grade Separation, Montclair,
California .........................................................
Roadway improvements, City of Federal Dam
Rocky Knob Heritage Center—Planning, design, site acquisition, and construction for
trail system and visitors center on Blue
Ridge Parkway ................................................
Design and construct capacity and safety improvements for State Road 426-County Road
419 in Oviedo from Pine St. to west of
Lockwood Blvd .................................................
Coordinated Regional Transportation Study of
U.S. 98 from Pensacola Bay Bridge,
Escambia County to Hathaway Bridge, Bay
County, Florida ................................................
Paving and reconstruction in the townships:
North and South Eldorado, North Altoona,
Fairview, Juniata, East End, Pleasant Valley, South Tracks, Lyswen-Altoona, PA ........
Ferry infrastructure at Seward Marine Center
Realign Davis Road from State Route 80 to
State Route 191 ...............................................
Reesdale Street roadway reconfiguration to
allow HOV access to new parking facility .....
SR 538 (College Way) and North 26th St. Signal in Mount Vernon .......................................
Acquisition of right-of-way and environmental
preservation from I–45 to U.S. 59 for Grand
Parkway ...........................................................
Reconstruct Grangemont Road (Idaho Forest
Highway 67) from Orofino to Milepost 9.3 ....
Expansion of South Airport Connector Road
(Clarkson Road to Charles City) ....................
Design and Construction of bicycle and pedestrian facilities in the area of the Roosevelt
Avenue Bridge .................................................
Construct Endor Iron Furnace Greenway enhancements from Deep River to Sanford ......
Improve and widen State Highway 44 from
Colorado Boulevard to State Highway 2 .......
Fund improvement of U.S. 301 corridor in
Sumter and Marion Counties .........................
Complete construction and landscaping of visitor center on Cherohala Skyway in Monroe
County, TN ......................................................
Construction of the East Burnside Street improvements, Portland ......................................
Expand to 4 lanes U.S. Highway 278 from
Sulligent to Guin .............................................

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Amount

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$45,600
$600,000
$2,728,000
$1,392,000
$1,600,000
$800,000

$1,200,000

$1,600,000

$1,200,000

$1,600,000
$3,000,000
$2,640,000
$800,000
$140,000
$11,200,000
$1,600,000
$6,240,000
$384,000
$800,000
$3,200,000
$1,600,000
$80,000
$5,200,000
$800,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1329

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1861

IL

1862

NY

1863

PA

1864

NY

1865

PA

1866
1867

MD
CA

1868

WI

1869

PA

1870

NY

1871

NY

1872

IN

1873
1874

MN
IL

1875

TN

1876

NJ

1877

AR

1878

MD

1879

NY

1880
1881

FL
CO

1882
1883

CO
CA

1884
1885

NJ
CT

1886

VA

Francis Cabrini/W. Green Homes CHA Street
Construction, City of Chicago .........................
Plan and construct greenway, bicycle path, esplanades and ferry landing along New York
Bay in Sunset Park, Brooklyn ........................
Construct Dubois Regional Medical Center Access Road ..........................................................
To design and construct safe route to school
projects in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan, NY .............................................................
U.S. 30 corridor improvements from PA 896 to
PA 897. Connects PA 41 .................................
U.S. 40 Alternate, Middletown Bypass .............
Construction of a smart crosswalk system at
the intersection of Topanga Canyon Blvd.
and Gault St ....................................................
Expand U.S. 51 and SH 29 in Marathon County .......................................................................
Construct 2 flyover ramps and S Linden St.
ext for access to industrial sites in the cities
of McKeesport and Duquesne .........................
Improvements and upgrades on Main Street,
Beekman, NY ...................................................
Construct pedestrian walkway along Route 9A
in Hudson River Park, New York City ..........
Design engineering, right-of-way acquisition,
and construction for the Grant County Economic Corridor .................................................
City of Marshall TH 23 4-Lane Extension ........
Henry Horner Homes CHA Street Construction, City of Chicago ........................................
Improve circuitry on vehicle protection device
installed at highway-RR crossing in Knoxville, TN ...........................................................
Construct Intersection at Route 46 and Little
Ferry Circle in Little Ferry ............................
Improve State Highway 88 (Higdon Ferry
Road) in Hot Springs ......................................
Improve U.S. 1, Washington Boulevard Corridor in Howard County ..................................
Downtown Flushing Traffic and Pedestrian
Improvements ..................................................
Arlington Expressway Access Rd., Jacksonville
Construct arterial on W side of Montrose to
ease traffic congestion on SH 550 between
Grand Avenue, N/S of city ..............................
North I–25: Denver to Fort Collins, Colorado ..
Planning for Orange Line Mag Lev from downtown Los Angeles to central Orange County
Rahway Streetscape Replacement Project ........
Reconstruct I–95/I–91 interchange and construct pedestrian walkway, New Haven .......
Blue Ridge Music Center—Install lighting/
steps, upgrade existing trail system and
equip interpretative center with visitor information ..........................................................

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$480,000

$8,000,000
$480,000

$1,680,000
$2,600,000
$4,000,000

$40,000
$6,400,000

$5,600,000
$160,000
$5,600,000

$1,600,000
$2,630,400
$800,000

$126,400
$1,200,000
$3,560,000
$800,000
$800,000
$1,200,000

$6,000,000
$7,733,333
$280,000
$400,000
$1,600,000

$1,200,000

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119 STAT. 1330

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

1887

VA

1888

ME

1889

GA

1890

GA

1891

FL

1892

NY

1893

WI

1894

OH

1895

TX

1896

MS

1897

NY

1898
1899

OK
FL

1900

WA

1901

WA

1902

ME

1903

CA

1904

CA

1905

KS

1906
1907

AL
MN

1908

NY

1909

MA

1910

MI

1911

WA

Ceres Recreation Trail and Center—Design
and construct pedestrian/bicycle trail in
community of Ceres and establish trail center .....................................................................
Construction of trails within the Eastern Trail
Management District ......................................
I–75 interchanges from north of Tifton to
Turner County line .........................................
City of Savannah, Construct bike and pedestrian paths along Heritage Rail .....................
Implementation of the Advanced Traffic Management System, Boca Raton, FL ..................
Lyell Avenue: NY Rt. 259 (Union Street) to
Village Line, Village of Spenscerport, Town
of Ogden ...........................................................
Construct U.S. 151 between CTH D and SH
175, Fond du Lac County, WI ........................
Construct
transportation
enhancement
projects, Toledo ................................................
Contruct grade separation at U.S. 59 and SH
99. Replace the proposed interim cloverleaf
ramps at the intersection ...............................
Gateways
Transportation
Enhancement
Project, Hancock County .................................
Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety including in the vicinity of IS X194 ..................
Improvements to SH 412P at 412 Interchange
Acquire right-of-way and construct East-West
Connector from SR 37 to SR 563 in Lakeland, FL ............................................................
Design Valley Mall Blvd. for Main St. to I–82
and two I–82 interchanges at Mileposts 36
and 38 in Union Gap, WA ..............................
Extension of Waaga Way west to Old Frontier
Rd .....................................................................
Plan and construct highway access between
U.S. Route 161 and U.S. Route 1 in
Madawaska ......................................................
Randolph St. improvements between Wilmington Ave. and Fishburn Ave. in Huntington Park .....................................................
Reconstruct Azusa Ave. and San Gabriel Ave.
for 2-way traffic in Azusa ...............................
Construction of a 1.5 mile alternate truck
route in Downs, Kansas ..................................
Pedestrian Improvements for Columbiana, AL
Reconstruct CSAH 91 from the D.M. and I.R.
Railroad crossing at 8th Street in Duluth to
CSAH 56, St. Louis County ............................
Construct Wayne County, NY rails to trails
initiative ...........................................................
Design and construct signal crossing and other
safety improvements to Emerald Necklace
Greenway Bicycle Trail, Town of Brookline ..
Construction of Nonmotorized Pathway, City
of Rockwood .....................................................
Purchase of scenic easement or site at I–90
and Highway 18 ..............................................

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$120,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$160,000
$1,600,000
$1,280,000
$3,000,000
$8,400,000
$4,000,000
$200,000
$250,000
$3,600,000
$4,000,000
$5,120,000
$400,000
$1,000,000
$960,000
$2,000,000
$400,000
$106,667
$4,000,000
$276,000
$600,000
$240,000
$480,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1331

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1912

PA

1913

NY

1914

IL

1915

CA

1916
1917
1918

CT
NV
PA

1919

NY

1920

CA

1921

MN

1922
1923

NY
PA

1924

TN

1925

IL

1926

OH

1927
1928

MA
MN

1929
1930

RI
CA

1931

MA

1932

WA

1933

CA

1934
1935

WA
AL

1936

MD

1937

IL

1938

AK

Reconstruct the SR 33, 512 interchange in the
Borough of Wind Gap ......................................
Access improvements for terminal located on
12th Ave. between W. 44th and W. 54th St.
in Manhattan ...................................................
Completion of the Grand Illinois Trail, Cook
County ..............................................................
Construct and improve medians and drainage
on Imperial Highway from west border to
east border of city in La Mirada ....................
Construct Pomfret Pedestrian Bridge ...............
Construct Laughlin Bullhead City Bridge ........
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, and
construction of the widening of Pennsylvania Rt. 443 Corridor in Carbon County .....
Palisades Interstate Parkway Mitigation
Measures for New Square ..............................
Reconstruct and widen Del Amo Blvd. to four
lanes between Normandie Ave. and New
Hampshire Ave., Los Angeles County ...........
Reconstruct Unorganized Township Road 488
from CSAH 138, Koochiching County ............
Reconstruction of Empire Boulevard .................
Reconstruction of PA 309 from Greenwood Avenue to Welsh Road ........................................
Construction of I–69 in Obion, Dyer, Lauderdale and Tipton Counties ...............................
Design, land acquisition, and construction of
South Main St. (IL 2) Corridor from Beltline
Rd. to Cedar Street in Rockford, IL ...............
Grading, paving, roads for the transfer of rail
to truck for the intermodal facility at Rickenbacker Airport ..............................................
Reconstruction of Pleasant Street, Watertown
Lake Wobegon Trail corridor from Sauk Centre to the Stearns County line .......................
Replace Sakonnet Bridge ...................................
Conduct study and construct CA State Route
239 from State Route 4 in Brentwood area
to I–205 in Tracy area ....................................
Geometric improvements, safety enhancements and signal upgrades at Rt. 28 and Rt.
106, intersection West Bridgewater ...............
Fife—Widen 70th Ave. East and Valley Ave.
East ..................................................................
Construct two right hand turn for Byzantine
Latino Quarter transit plazas at Normandie
and Pico, and Hoover and Pico, Los Angeles
I–90 Two-Way Transit-HOV Project .................
Construct Talladega Mountains Natural Resource Center—An educational center and
hub for hikers, bicyclists, and automobiles ...
Gaithersburg, MD Extension of Teachers WayOlde Towne Gaithersburg Revitalization ......
Millburn By-Pass (US Route 45 at Gross Lake
Road/Millburn Road), Lake County ...............
Planning, design, and EIS of Bradfield Canal
Road ..................................................................

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$2,000,000
$3,200,000
$1,034,000
$1,360,000
$80,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$600,000
$2,400,000
$820,000
$5,120,000
$2,000,000
$11,300,000
$1,600,000
$12,000,000
$1,600,000
$281,600
$1,600,000
$4,000,000
$1,200,000
$800,000
$400,000
$3,200,000
$800,000
$1,120,000
$2,080,000
$2,000,000

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119 STAT. 1332

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

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Project Description

1939

TX

1940

GA

1941

NY

1942

CA

1943

CA

1944
1945

TN
IL

1946

KY

1947

PA

1948

NJ

1949

FL

1950

TX

1951

IN

1952
1953

OH
MN

1954

OR

1955

CA

1956

IN

1957

CA

1958

MO

1959

TN

1960

MA

1961

MI

1962

WI

1963

FL

1964

IL

Reconstruct Clinton Drive from Federal Rd. to
N. Wayside Drive ............................................
Pave portions of CR 345, CR 44, and CR 45,
Hancock County ..............................................
Deer Avoidance System, to deter deer from
milepost marker 494.5, Ripley, PA, to 304.2.,
Weedsport, NY along I–90 ..............................
El Camino Real Grand Blvd. Initiative in San
Mateo County ..................................................
Construct Guadalupe River Trail from I–880
to Highway 237 in Santa Clara County ........
Cocke County, Tennessee SR 32 reconstruction
Construct I–80, Ridgeland Ave. Improvements,
Tinley Park ......................................................
Construct Pedestrian Mall and Streetscape
Improvements on Lexington, College, Walnut and Gilespie Sts, Wilmore .......................
PA 23 corridor improvements from U.S. 30 to
U.S. 322 ............................................................
Replacement and realignment of Amwell Road
Bridge over Neshanic River ............................
City of Wilton Manors Powerline Road
Streetscape Enhancement Project .................
Construct SH 199 (Henderson St.) through the
Trinity Uptown Project between the West
Fork and Clear Fork of the Trinity River in
Fort Worth .......................................................
Construction of multi-use paths, Town of Fishers, Indiana ......................................................
Construct White Pond Drive project in Akron
Design and right-of-way acquisition for I–35 E
CSAH 14 Main Street Interchange, City of
Lino Lakes, Minnesota ....................................
Expand storage facilities in Eugene to support
transportation
enhancement
activities
throughout the State .......................................
Improvements to U.S. 101 ramps between
Winnetka Ave. and Van Nuys Blvd ...............
Acquire right-of-way for and construct University Parkway from Upper Mount Vernon
Road to SR 66 ..................................................
Pine Avenue extension from Route 71 to Euclid Avenue in the City of Chino, California
Confluence Greenway Land Acquisition for
Riverfront Trail development in St. Louis ....
Retrofit noise abatement walls in Davidson
County ..............................................................
Streestcape and pedestrian access improvements between Museum Road and Forsyth
Way ...................................................................
Commerce, Haggerty Road from 14 Mile to
Richardson .......................................................
Expand SH 23, County Highway OJ to U.S.
Highway 41, WI ...............................................
Construct interchange at I–95 and Matanzas
Woods Parkway, Flagler County ....................
Miller Road Widening and Improvement,
McHenry ...........................................................

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Amount

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$11,200,000
$400,000
$200,000
$3,000,000
$6,400,000
$800,000
$800,000
$3,124,000
$2,400,000
$844,000
$300,000

$6,400,000
$200,000
$800,000
$800,000
$2,500,000
$320,000
$2,400,000
$6,800,000
$560,000
$2,000,000
$3,200,000
$1,200,000
$24,000,000
$800,000
$6,364,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1333

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

1965

NC

1966

TX

1967

NY

1968

LA

1969
1970

MS
NY

1971

MN

1972

NH

1973

PA

1974

PA

1975

AK

1976

TX

1977

IL

1978

OR

1979

PA

1980

FL

1981

MI

1982

MI

1983

PA

1984

IL

1985

IL

1986

IN

1987

IL

Construct Neuse River Trail in Johnston
County ..............................................................
Construct landscaping and other pedestrian
amenities in segments of the Old Spanish
Trail and Griggs Road rights-of-way .............
Construction of and improvements to Union
Road and Walden Avenue in Cheektowaga ..
Construction of West Covington Bypass-LA 21
Widening ..........................................................
Construct Byrd Parkway Extension, Petal .......
Intermodal transportation improvements in
Coney Island ....................................................
Construct one mile of new roadway and a
bridge crossing the DM&IR railroad tracks,
and construct connector between CSAH 14
and CSAH 284, Proctor ...................................
Construct Park and Ride, Exit 5 on I–93—
Londonderry, NH ............................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking and roadway redesign in Exeter Borough, Luzerne County .....................................
Extension of River Road in Reading, PA to
provide access to major industrial and
brownfields sites ..............................................
Point MacKenzie in Matanuska-Susitna Borough plan and design road access ..................
Repair 4.35 miles of Lake Ridge Parkway.
Widen roadway along with 2 bridges from 4
lanes to 6 across Joe Poole Lake in Grand
Prairie, TX .......................................................
Robert Taylor Homes CHA Street Construction, City of Chicago ........................................
Rockwood Town Center for Stark Street from
190th to 197th for pedestrian, bicycle and
transit facilities and safety mitigation ..........
Route 89 Curve Realignment one mile north of
Titusville on Route 89 .....................................
Sand Lake Road Improvements between Presidents Drive and I–4 ........................................
Sault Ste. Marie, Reconstruct East Spruce
Street with drainage, curb, gutter, pavement, traffic control devices ...........................
Study and construct I–96/U.S. 31/Sternberg
Road area improvements ................................
Provide access to HOV ramp from Reedsdale
Street with traffic signals, pavement markings, lane control and fast acting gates .........
The extension of MacArthur Blvd. from Wabash to Iron Bridge Road. Springfield ...........
Construct Cedar Creek Linear Park Trail,
Quincy ..............................................................
Conduct study for U.S. 50 Corridor Improvements, Dearborn County, Indiana .................
Design, land acquisition, and construct West
State St. (US Business 20) from Meridan
Rd. to Rockton Ave. in Rockford, IL ..............

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$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$3,200,000
$1,200,000
$3,200,000

$2,624,000
$1,600,000

$160,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000

$4,800,000
$440,000
$2,000,000
$240,000
$4,800,000
$760,000
$2,000,000
$1,600,000
$1,200,000
$400,000
$240,000
$1,600,000

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119 STAT. 1334

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

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State

Project Description

1988

CA

1989

MI

1990
1991

CA
KY

1992

NY

1993

TN

1994

NY

1995

FL

1996

PA

1997

MI

1998
1999

OH
NY

2000

OH

2001

CT

2002
2003

AK
TX

2004

NC

2005

TN

2006

CT

2007

IL

2008

GA

2009

TX

2010

MO

2011

MS

2012

MA

2013

IN

2014

OH

The Foothill South Project, construct 16 miles
of a six-lane limited access highway system
Construct Road Improvements to Miller Rd.
from I–75 to Linden Rd. Flint Township ......
State Route 99 improvements at Sheldon Road
The Kentucky Multi-Highway Preservation
Project ..............................................................
Town of Warwick, NY. Bridge replacement on
Buttermilk Falls Rd ........................................
Improve existing two lane highway to a four
lane facility along the U.S. 412 Corridor
west of Natchez Trace to U.S. 43 at Mount
Pleasant ...........................................................
Town of Warwick, NY East Shore Road reconstruction ...........................................................
Traffic Reconfiguration of SR 934 and U.S. 1
Route, Miami ...................................................
For design, engineering, ROW acquisition, and
construction of the third phase of the Marshalls Creek Bypass Project in Monroe
County, Pennsylvania .....................................
Construct North Central Muskegon County
Corridor Improvements at U.S. 31 and Russell Road ...........................................................
Reconstruct I–75/I–475 Interchange, Toledo ....
College Point 20th Avenue Streetscapes Improvements Project in Queens ........................
Construct a 4 lane limited access road to link
Newcomerstown and Cadiz ............................
Construct trail to extend the Pequonnock Valley rail-trail through Trumbull and into
Bridgeport, CT .................................................
Providence Hospital Public Access Road ...........
I Road Between Nolana Loop and FM 495 in
Hidalgo County ................................................
North Carolina. Add passing lanes and safety
improvements to U.S. Highway 64 in Transylvania County ...............................................
Improve streetscape and pavement repair,
Blount County, TN ..........................................
Reconstruction of State Route 111 from Purdy
Hill Road to Fan Hill Road, Monroe, CT .......
Resurface Trumbull Ave. and Homan Ave., Evergreen Park ....................................................
Hwy 78 Corridor Improvement Gwinnett
County ..............................................................
Construct Southwest Bypass in Georgetown,
Texas, between SH 29 and Ranch Road 2243
To improve U.S. 54 to a four lane highway
from the Osage River to MO Route KK ........
Upgrade roads in Mayersville (U.S. Highway
14 and 1), Issaquena County ..........................
Gainsborough St. and St. Botolph St. Improvements ................................................................
Construct U.S. 31 Kokomo Corridor Project for
Kokomo Howard County, Indiana .................
Construction of Tri-State Outer Belt in Lawrence County ....................................................

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$8,000,000
$2,400,000
$3,200,000
$1,280,000
$140,000

$8,000,000
$640,000
$800,000

$240,000
$1,840,000
$2,400,000
$700,000
$550,000
$400,000
$3,000,000
$1,520,000
$4,800,000
$240,000
$1,200,000
$320,000
$400,000
$3,200,000
$800,000
$160,000
$900,000
$800,000
$1,600,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1335

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2015

PA

2016

OH

2017

CA

2018

CA

2019

NY

2020

WI

2021
2022

NC
MS

2023
2024

IN
CA

2025

IL

2026

TN

2027

GA

2028

MS

2029

VA

2030

NY

2031

GA

2032
2033
2034
2035
2036
2037

MA
NY
VA
FL
FL
NY

2038

SC

2039

NM

2040

IL

2041

OH

2042

TX

2043

NC

Completion of I–79-Kirwin Heights Interchange and construction of retaining walls,
bridge and new ramps ....................................
Construction of the Carroll Area Interchange
in Fairfield County ..........................................
Construct the Silicon Valley Transportation
Incident Management Center in San Jose ....
Design and Construction Camino Tassajara
Crown Canyon to East Town Project,
Danville, CA .....................................................
Traffic mitigation on Bridge Street and Maple
Avenue, Florida, NY ........................................
North 28th Street Phase 2 roadway safety improvements from Weeks Avenue to Hill Avenue in Superior ................................................
Upgrade U.S. 74 in Columbus County ..............
Upgrade U.S. 78 to Interstate Standards from
the MS/TN State line to the MS/AL State
line ....................................................................
Improve Bailie Street, Kentland ........................
Realignment of La Brea Avenue to reduce congestion, City of Inglewood ..............................
Resurface Elston Avenue from Milwaukee to
Pulaski, Chicago ..............................................
Sullivan, Washington Counties, Tennessee SR
75 widening ......................................................
U.S. 17/SR 404 Spur, Back River bridge replacement, Savannah ......................................
U.S. 98 access improvements and new I–59
interchange, Lamar County ...........................
Construct South Airport Connector, Richmond
International Airport ......................................
City of Peeskill, NY Street Resurfacing Program. Riverview Avenue .................................
SR 400 at SR 120 Old Milton Parkway intersection improvement Fulton County, Georgia .....................................................................
East Boston Haul Road Construction ...............
Town of Goshen Orzeck Road reconstruction ...
Revitalize Main Street in Dumfries ..................
Replace Platt Street Bridge ...............................
Access Rd. Streetscaping, Sanford Airport .......
Rockland County and City of Yonkers to
Lower-Manhattan Ferry Boat project ............
Complete construction of Palmetto Parkway
(I520) Extension (Phase II) to I–20 ...............
U.S. 62–180 Reconstruction, Texas State Line
to Carlsbad .......................................................
For U.S. Rt. 30 intersection signals, turn and
deceleration lanes btwn Williams St. and IL
Rt. 43 incl. 80th Ave, Wolf Rd., Lincoln Way
HS and Locust St ............................................
Construct Orchard Lane to Factory Road Connector, Greene County ....................................
Construct a bridge impact protection system
for TxDOT ........................................................
Design and construction of the Airport Area
Roadway Network, High Point, North Carolina ....................................................................

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$1,600,000
$3,600,000
$6,400,000
$800,000
$120,000
$1,024,000
$5,600,000
$8,000,000
$256,000
$2,640,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$4,000,000
$4,000,000
$400,000
$104,000
$800,000
$5,000,000
$320,000
$580,000
$2,400,000
$400,000
$800,000
$5,600,000
$4,000,000

$5,600,000
$400,000
$400,000
$4,000,000

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119 STAT. 1336

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

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Project Description

2044

VA

2045

CA

2046

PA

2047

MN

Repair Colorado Street bridge in Salem, Virginia ..................................................................
Project to evaluate air quality and congestion
mitigation benefits of a Hybrid Utility Vehicle in Santa Barbara County ..........................
Mill Street improvements, Borough of
Lansdale ...........................................................
Construction of County State Aid Highway 21,
Scott County, MN ............................................
...............................................................................
Two direct connectors in Houston, Texas between IH 10 and SH 99, The Grand Parkway ...................................................................
Upgrade of Rt. 71 from Pineville to Arkansas
State Line ........................................................
Improve interstates and roads part of the Inland Empire Goods Movement Gateway
project in and around the former Norton Air
Force Base ........................................................
Preconstruction activities for Sangamon Valley
Bicycle Trail (IL) .............................................
St. Clair County Parks is working with 13
local units to develop the 54-mile Bridge-toBay trail ...........................................................
New Jersey Underground Railroad for preservation, enhancement and promotion of sites
in New Jersey ..................................................
Construction of an interchange at Lammers
Road and I–205, Tracy, CA ............................
Corridor Preservation Studies and Right-ofWay acquisition, St. Cloud Metro Area .........
Improve CR 39 from NY 27 to NY 27A, Suffolk
County ..............................................................
Street improvements, Borough of Ambler ........
Reconstruction of KY 61 from Greensburg in
Green County to Columbia in Adair County
Construct Loop 12–IH 35E and SH 183 west
extension to MacArthur, Irving, Texas ..........
To plan, design, and construct the segment of
Berkeley Blvd. from Royal Avenue to Hew
Hope Rd. (SR 1003) in Goldsboro, NC ...........
Upgrade Manchester Rd. in Akron ....................
St. Charles Road, The Village of Bellwood .......
Engineer, design and construction of connector
road from I–75 interchange across Enterprise South Industrial Park to Hwy 58 in
Hamilton County .............................................
Construct 4 lane divided roadway along SH 71
from the Perdernales River to Bee Creek .....
I–84 Danbury Exits I–11 Upgrade Interchanges .............................................................
Complete the engineering design and acquire
the right-of-way needed for the Arch-Sperry
project in San Joaquin County .......................
Increase lane capacity on bridge over Virgin
River on Washington Fields Road in Washington ...............................................................
Installation of Utica Traffic Signal System ......

2048
2049

TX

2050

MO

2051

CA

2052

IL

2053

MI

2054

NJ

2055

CA

2056

MN

2057

NY

2058
2059

PA
KY

2060

TX

2061

NC

2062
2063
2064

OH
IL
TN

2065

TX

2066

CT

2067

CA

2068

UT

2069

NY

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$1,400,000
$80,000
$720,000
$2,560,000
$0
$4,000,000
$12,000,000

$20,000,000
$400,000
$400,000
$256,000
$800,000
$2,400,000
$3,000,000
$520,000
$800,000
$800,000
$236,800
$3,200,000
$800,000

$7,200,000
$1,600,000
$2,720,000
$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,400,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1337

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2070

NC

2071

WA

To construct an interchange at an existing
grade separation at SR 1602 (Old
Stantonsburg Rd.) and U.S. 264 Bypass in
Wilson County, NC ..........................................
U.S. 12 Burbank to Walla Walla: Construct
new four lane highway for portion of U.S. 12
...............................................................................
Structural improvements to two bridges over
the Zimber Ditch between 38th St. and
Whipple Ave. in Canton, Ohio ........................
U.S. 281, Widen U.S. 281 from the new U.S.
281 Spur North to Geary Canadian County,
OK ....................................................................
City of Negaunee, Croix Street reconstructionStreetscape and resurfacing from U.S. 41 to
Maas Street ......................................................
Construct I–35 and Lone Elm Road interchange and widen I–35 from 151st St. to
159th St., Olathe .............................................
Integrated highway realignment and grade
separations at Port Huron, MI to eliminate
road blockages from NAFTA rail traffic ........
U.S. 60, Widen U.S. 60 between Bartlesville
and Pawhuska, Osage County, OK ................
Construct an off-ramp from I–5 to the intersection of Alderwood Mall Blvd. and
Alderwood Mall Pkwy .....................................
Reduce congestion and boost economies
through safer access to the coast by realigning Hwy 299 between Trinity and Shasta
Counties ...........................................................
Pre-construction and construction activities on
U.S. 45/LaGrange Road from 131st Street to
179th Street .....................................................
Van Buren, Arkansas—Widen and reconstruct
Rena Road ........................................................
Construction of infrastructure for inter-parcel
access, median upgrades, lighting, and beautification along Highway 78 corridor .............
Construct Alviso Bay Trail from Gold Street in
historic Alviso to San Tomas Aquino Creek
in San Jose .......................................................
Construct bicycle and trolley path, Hattiesburg ..................................................................
Construct a bike and pedestrian bridge across
SH 100 at the 1800 block of S. 108th Street,
West Allis .........................................................
Increasing the height on the IL Rt. 82 Railroad Underpass in Geneseo, IL ......................
U.S. 70 Goldsboro Bypass ..................................
Vasco Road Safety Improvements, Contra
Costa Transportation Authority and the
County of Alameda Public Works, California
Downtown Flushing Multimodal Connection
Project, Queens ................................................
Construct Safety and Operations Improvements at Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd. and
W. Baltimore Street in Baltimore ..................
Rehabilitate Riis Park Boardwalk .....................

2072
2073

OH

2074

OK

2075

MI

2076

KS

2077

MI

2078

OK

2079

WA

2080

CA

2081

IL

2082

AR

2083

GA

2084

CA

2085

MS

2086

WI

2087

IL

2088
2089

NC
CA

2090

NY

2091

MD

2092

NY

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$947,200
$3,440,000
$0
$400,000
$800,000
$900,000
$4,000,000
$400,000
$2,400,000
$400,000

$5,600,000
$800,000
$3,000,000
$4,800,000
$800,000
$680,000
$240,000
$2,400,000
$800,000
$800,000
$880,000
$2,000,000
$300,000

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119 STAT. 1338

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

State

Project Description

2093

TX

2094

UT

2095

WA

2096

PA

2097

VA

2098
2099

NC
OK

Construct 25 mile stretch of the 177-mile loop,
between IH–45 south and SH 288 .................
Construction of Midvalley Highway, Tooele
County, Utah ...................................................
Improve Willapa Hills bicycle and pedestrian
trail between Chehalis and Pacific County ...
Design and construct interchange and related
improvements at I–83 Exit 18 ........................
Northern Virginia Potomac Heritage National
Scenic Trail ......................................................
Wilmington Area Port Access Improvements ...
Construction of Midwest City Pedestrian
Walkway ...........................................................
...............................................................................
Construct access roads on Airport Loop road in
Hapeville ..........................................................
Construct 2nd Creek Greenway, Knoxville,
Tennessee .........................................................
Design, right-of-way and construction for the
Louisville Bypass, Nebraska ..........................
Construct Honoapiilani Highway Realignment
Hamblen County, Tennessee U.S. 25E interchange improvements .....................................
Construction of a new bicycle-pedestrian
bridge in Wayne, IL ........................................
David Lawrence Convention Center Phase IVreconstruction of roadways assoc. with HQ
hotel project .....................................................
I–70 and SH 58 Interchange: Reconstruction of
existing ramps, building of missing ramps
and ROW acquisition ......................................
Reconstruct U.S. Route 6 (Lake Road). Rocky
River .................................................................
Construct 6 mile span over I–5 in Thurston
County to connect Chehalis Western Trail ...
Extend Frank Scott Parkway East Road to
Scott AFB, St. Clair County ...........................
Reconfigure I–480 and Transportation Blvd.
Interchange, Garfield Heights ........................
Rehabilitation of Route 100 from Virginia
Road to Westchester Community College .....
Restoration of historic L&N Depot, McMinn
County, Tennessee ..........................................
Resurface 10 miles of U.S. 18 from Okreek to
Carter on the Rosebud Indian Reservation ...
Route 198 Expansion, from SR 99 to SR 43 .....
SR 543 Interstate 5 to International Boundary
Enhancement in Blaine ..................................
Rockville, MD Construction of Maryland Avenue and Market Street Intermodal Access
Project ..............................................................
U.S. Highway 212 expansion from Carver
Cnty Rd. 147 to Cologne and from Cologne
to Norwood Young America ............................
Vienna, VA Maple Avenue improvement
project ...............................................................
Village of South Jacksonville—West Vandalia
Road upgrades .................................................
...............................................................................

2100
2101

GA

2102

TN

2103

NE

2104
2105

HI
TN

2106

IL

2107

PA

2108

CO

2109

OH

2110

WA

2111

IL

2112

OH

2113

NY

2114

TN

2115

SD

2116
2117

CA
WA

2118

MD

2119

MN

2120

VA

2121

IL

2122

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$9,200,000
$800,000
$700,000
$4,800,000
$800,000
$2,400,000
$800,000
$0
$1,600,000
$548,560
$2,000,000
$2,400,000
$800,000
$960,000
$960,000
$5,976,000
$2,640,000
$4,108,000
$2,240,000
$800,000
$880,000
$16,000
$1,840,000
$2,400,000
$3,000,000
$3,200,000
$800,000
$1,320,000
$762,058
$0

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1339

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

2123
2124
2125

FL
KY

2126

NY

2127

VA

2128

CA

2129
2130

MA
FL

2131

CA

2132

WA

2133

NY

2134

OR

2135

OH

2136

GA

2137

IL

2138
2139

MS
PA

2140

OH

2141

NC

2142

NY

2143

VA

2144

PA

2145

WA

2146
2147

TN
CA

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Project Description

Amount

...............................................................................
Destiny Rd. Reconstruction, Eatonville ............
Construct New Technology Triangle Access
Road, Campbell County, Kentucky ................
Town of Wawayanda reconstruction of
McVeigh Road ..................................................
Virginia Creeper Trail—Trail needs, including
construction of restroom facilities at
Watauga and Alvarado and parking expansion at Watauga ..............................................
Construct grade separation on State College
Blvd. at the Burlington Northern Santa Fe
railroad, Fullerton ...........................................
Warren Street—Blue Hill Avenue .....................
Design and construct Dunn Avenue Extension,
Volusia County ................................................
Construct operational and safety improvements to I–880 N at 29th Ave. in Oakland ...
U.S. 395, North Spokane Corridor Improvements ................................................................
Route 531 Expansion Spencerport-Brockport,
4-lane Highway is a project to extend Rt.
531 ....................................................................
Columbia Intermodal Corridor for rail congestion relief, improved intersections and access
to Interstate-5 for trucks, and grade-separate road from rail, Portland ..........................
Interchange and related road improvements to
SR 44 in Painesville, OH ................................
Greene County, Georgia conversion of I–20
and Carey Station Road overpass to full
interchange ......................................................
Pioneer Parkway upgrade in Peoria—Extension from Allen Road to Route 91 ..................
Construct historic bicycle path, Pascagoula .....
Crows Run Relocation from SR 65 to Freedom
Crider Road ......................................................
Replace the Edward N. Waldvogel Viaduct in
Cincinnati ........................................................
Construct I–540 from NC 55 South to NC 55
North ................................................................
Roadway, streetscape, pedestrian, and parking
improvements to the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, Buffalo .......................................
Upgrade DOT crossing #470515H to constant
warning devices in Halifax .............................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking and roadway redesign in Avoca Borough,
Luzerne County ...............................................
Bridge Modification and Interstate Highway
Protection Project, Skagit River, in Skagit
County ..............................................................
Construct welcome center, Macon County ........
Construction of new roadway lighting on
major transportation corridors in the Northwest San Fernando Valley ..............................

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$400,000

$680,000
$12,800,000
$2,400,000
$1,600,000
$2,000,000
$4,640,000
$5,920,000

$11,000,000
$2,000,000
$960,000
$1,600,000
$120,000
$3,080,000
$8,000,000
$8,800,000
$3,200,000
$35,520

$160,000
$3,000,000
$160,000
$800,000

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119 STAT. 1340

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

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State

Project Description

2148

MO

2149

CA

2150

IL

2151

RI

2152

WA

2153

CA

2154

TN

2155

WV

2156

OH

2157

CA

2158

CA

2159
2160

MN
KY

2161

KS

2162

CA

2163

AZ

2164
2165

CT
OH

2166

MN

2167

PA

2168

PA

2169

TX

2170

GA

2171

NV

Interchange design and construction for the
Main Street Extension at I–55, Cape
Girardeau County ............................................
Replace SR 22 interchanges, construct HOV
lanes, and lengthen bridges in Garden Grove
Construction of CAP I–290 Village of Oak
Park ..................................................................
Rehabilitation of Bridge Number 550 in Pawtucket ................................................................
Complete analysis, permitting and right-ofway procurement for I–5/SR 501 Interchange replacement in Ridgefield ..................
Design and construct new interchange at
Potrero Blvd. and State Route 60 in Beaumont .................................................................
Construction of a pedestrian bridge in Alcoa,
TN .....................................................................
Construct 4 lane improvements on U.S. Route
35 in Mason County ........................................
Construct Grade Separation at Front Street,
Berea ................................................................
Crenshaw Blvd. Rehabilitation, 182nd St.
190th St.; and Crenshaw Blvd. at 182nd St.
Fwy on-off Ramp Capacity Enhancement,
City of Torrance ...............................................
Construct Interchange at Intersection of SR 44
and Stillwater Road ........................................
CSAH 61 improvements, City of Coleraine ......
Expansion to four lanes of Hwy 55 and Hwy
555 Heartland Parkway in Taylor County ....
Interchange improvement at K–7 and 55th St.
in Johnson Co ..................................................
Construct truck lane on Baughman Road from
State Route 78/86 to Forrester Road,
Westmorland ....................................................
Construct bridges at Aspen St., at Birch St., at
Cherry St., at Bonito St., at Thorpe St .........
Construct Putnam curb cuts ..............................
Canton, OH Cleveland Ave. bridge replacement over the Nimishilen Creek ....................
Design and right-of-way acquisition for I–35
and CSAH 2 interchange in Forest Lake,
MN ....................................................................
Complete the connection of the American
Parkway between the east and west sides of
the Lehigh River with bridge and interchanges .............................................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition and
construction of street improvements, parking and safety enhancements Main and Parsonage Streets in Pittston ..............................
Grade separation bridges at Wintergreen Rd.
and Millers Ferry Rd. in Hutchins and
Pleasant Run Rd. and Millers Ferry Rd. in
Wilmer ..............................................................
I–20 HOV lanes from Evans Mill Road to
Salem Road, Dekalb and Rockdale Counties
Improve Las Vegas Beltway-Airport Connector
Interchange ......................................................

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Amount

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$800,000
$5,200,000
$800,000
$4,400,000
$600,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$35,400,000
$400,000

$640,000
$4,000,000
$392,000
$8,000,000
$4,000,000
$440,000
$3,000,000
$80,000
$320,000
$2,400,000

$8,000,000

$200,000

$6,560,000
$1,200,000
$3,200,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1341

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2172

CA

2173

MA

2174

CA

2175

MN

2176

CA

2177
2178

TX
CA

2179
2180

GA
IL

2181

NY

2182

IA

2183

TX

2184

LA

2185

KS

2186

MN

2187

NY

2188

NY

2189

IN

2190

AL

2191

PA

2192

CA

2193

CA

Oregon-Page Mill expressway Improvements
between U.S. 101 and SR 82, Palo Alto ........
Design and construct the Quinebaug River
Rail Trail Bikeway ..........................................
Park Boulevard-Harbor Drive Rail Grade Separation, San Diego ...........................................
Paul Bunyan Trail, Walker to Bemidji segment .................................................................
Construct road surface improvements, and improve road safety from Brawley Water plant
to Hwy 86 to 9th Street to 18th Street,
Brawley ............................................................
Improvements to FM 1017 in Hebbronville ......
Alameda Corridor East Gateway to America
Trade Corridor Project, Highway-Railgrade
separation along 35 mile corridor from Alameda Corridor (Hobart Junction) to Los Angeles/San Bernardino County Line ................
Phase III Streetscape-Columbus .......................
Pre-construction and construction IL 15 over
Wabash River at Mount Carmel ....................
Queens, Bronx, and Kings, and Richmond
County Graffiti Elimination Program including Kings Highway from Ocean Parkway to
McDonald Avenue ...........................................
Improvements at the IA 146 and I–80 interchange, Grinnell ..............................................
Construct Grade separation at U.S. 277 in
Eagle Pass ........................................................
Plan, design, and construct the internal roadway at Port of South Louisiana, Saint John
the Baptist Parish and LA 22 in Ascension
Parish ...............................................................
Construction of a 2-lane on a 4-lane right-ofway bypass with controlled access on U,S,
400 at Dodge City ............................................
Reconstruct CR 203 between U.S. 10 and
CSAH 1, Morrison County ..............................
Reconstruction of York Street Industrial Corridor Project, Auburn, NY ..............................
Construction of and improvements to Route 62
in the Village of Hamburg ..............................
Convention Center Area Redevelopment
Project includes street resurfacing, pedestrian walkway and streetscape improvements, signalization, safety enhancements,
plaza and pedestrian area upgrades, and pedestrian bridges on South Street, Capitol
Street, West Street, Missouri Street, and
McCarty Street, Indianapolis .........................
Construct pedestrian urban-edge riverwalk in
Montgomery, AL ..............................................
Johnstown, Pennsylvania, West End bypass
safety improvements .......................................
Construction of traffic and pedestrian safety
improvements in Yucca Valley .......................
710 Freeway Study to Evaluate Technical Feasibility and Impacts of a Tunnel Alternative
to Close 710 Freeway Gap ..............................

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$3,200,000
$800,000
$800,000
$560,000

$1,120,000
$400,000

$12,400,000
$800,000
$5,568,000

$4,750,000
$800,000
$4,000,000

$2,200,000
$10,240,000
$268,800
$2,800,000
$800,000

$12,280,000
$1,200,000
$4,000,000
$1,600,000
$2,400,000

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119 STAT. 1342

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

2194

CA

2195

KY

2196

OH

2197

NY

2198

CA

2199

IL

2200

NC

2201

PA

2202

NY

2203
2204

LA
NY

2205

PA

2206

NJ

2207

MN

2208

IL

2209

CA

2210

PA

2211

OH

2212

TN

2213

TX

2214

PA

2215

NJ

2216

OH

2217

GA

Greenleaf right-of-way Community Enhancement Project-design and construct bikeways,
pedestrian walkways and upgrade signalization, Compton ..................................................
Improve Prospect Street Pedestrian Access,
Berea ................................................................
Construct Crocker Stearns Connection, North
Olmsted and Westlake ....................................
Construction of and improvements to Seneca
Street in Buffalo ..............................................
Avalon Boulevard/I–405 Interchange modification project, Carson .........................................
Construct Illinois Route 336 from Macomb to
Peoria ...............................................................
North Carolina. Pack Square Pedestrian and
Roadway Improvements, Asheville ................
Provide pedestrian and water access to Convention Center from surrounding neighborhoods .................................................................
Reconstruction of Times and Duffy Squares in
New York City .................................................
Construction of I–10 Access Road (Crowley) ....
Repaving of I–86 in towns of Coldspring, Randolph, Allegany, and Olean; City of Olean;
Village of Randolph in Cattaraugus County
Replace Bridge, SR 106, Tunkhannock Creek
Bridge 2, Clifford Township, Susquehanna
County ..............................................................
Replace Route 7-Wittpen Bridge, Hudson
County ..............................................................
Right-of-Way acquisition for 8th Street North
and Pinecone Road ..........................................
For Village of Lemont to modernize and improve the intersection of McCarthy Road,
Derby Road, and Archer Avenue ....................
Construct I–80 HOV lanes and interchange in
Vallejo ...............................................................
Rail Crossing signalization upgrade, East
Wesner Road, Maidencreek Twp, Berks
County ..............................................................
Construct road projects and transportation enhancements as part of RiverScape Phase III,
Montgomery County, Ohio ..............................
Riverside Drive Cobblestone Restoration and
Walkway, Memphis .........................................
Reconstruction of West Airport between U.S.
59 and Kirkwood in the City of Meadows
Place, Texas .....................................................
Construct additional northbound lane on Rt.
28 between Harmar and Creighton Interchange ..............................................................
Roadway and intersection modifications on
New Jersey Route 82 ......................................
Jackson Township, Ohio. Intersection improvements at Fulton Drive and Wales ..................
Rockdale County Veteran’s Park—Create park
trails .................................................................

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$3,200,000
$2,200,000
$880,000
$480,000
$4,800,000
$1,600,000
$3,840,000

$880,000
$1,200,000
$880,000

$6,000,000

$640,000
$800,000
$3,200,000

$280,000
$800,000

$165,040

$5,184,000
$800,000

$320,000

$1,320,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$400,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1343

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2218

MA

2219

OH

2220

TX

2221
2222

NY
HI

2223

TX

2224

IN

2225

LA

2226
2227

LA
CA

2228

NY

2229

NY

2230

CO

2231

NY

2232
2233

FL
CA

2234

PA

2235

NJ

2236

FL

2237
2238
2239

GA
GA
MO

2240

IL

2241

NY

2242

MS

2243

TX

2244

OH

2245

CA

2246

CA

Construct the Blackstone River Bikeway and
Worcester Bikeway Pavilion between Providence, RI and Worcester, MA .........................
Improvements to SR 91 in City of Twinsburg,
OH ....................................................................
Completion of U.S. 77 relief route around City
of Robstown ......................................................
Improve Maple Avenue, Smithtown ..................
Replace and Rehabilitate Kamehameha Highway Bridges, Island of Oahu ..........................
SH 71 from W of FM 20 to Loop 150, Bastrop
County ..............................................................
Construct U.S. 31 Plymouth to South Bend
Freeway Project in Marshall and St. Joseph
Counties, Indiana ............................................
Plan and develop a 4-lane roadway, Jeanerette
to U.S. 90 connection ......................................
Construct I–12 and LA 1088 Interchange ........
4 lane widening/safety improvements on State
Route 25 from Hollister to Gilroy ..................
Comprehensive traffic congestion mitigation
study of Hauppauge Industrial Park and
surrounding area .............................................
Develop an identity and signage program for
the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor ..................................................................
Dillon Drive Overpass at Interstate 25 in
Pueblo ...............................................................
Improvements at highway-rail crossings along
the Southern Tier Extension Railroad in Allegany, Cattaraugus, and Steuben Counties
Depot Ave. Enhancements, Gainesville ............
Interstate 15 and Winchester Road Interchange Project .................................................
Construct the Eastern Inner Loop in Centre
County around State College, PA ..................
Streetscape Improvements along Berlin Road
between Gibbsboro Road and White Horse
Road in Lindenwold Borough .........................
SR 70 improvements in Highland, DeSoto and
Okeechobee Counties ......................................
Streetscape-Albany .............................................
Streetscape-Richland ..........................................
Construct four lanes for Route 5 in Camden
County ..............................................................
Improve Cottage Grove intersection, South
Chicago Avenue and 71st Street ....................
Study, design, and reconstruction of pedestrian walkways, the Bronx .............................
Upgrade roads in Anguilla and Rolling Fork,
Sharkey County ...............................................
For center to center communication link between highway traffic transportation management centers ..............................................
Upgrade the interchange of Interstates 270
and 71 in Franklin County, Ohio ...................
U.S. 101 Corridor Improvements—Route 280
to the Capitol-Yerba Buena Interchange ......
Rancho Vista Blvd. Widening Project ...............

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$1,560,000
$2,400,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$8,800,000
$160,000
$2,400,000
$2,928,000
$600,000
$800,000
$3,200,000
$900,000
$4,800,000
$1,600,000
$4,000,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$160,000
$8,000,000
$800,000
$750,000
$600,000
$800,000
$2,105,600
$4,000,000
$2,800,000

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119 STAT. 1344

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

2247

NJ

2248
2249
2250

IA
IA
GA

2251

MI

2252
2253

WI
PA

2254

CA

2255

NY

2256

NY

2257

NY

2258

LA

2259

MI

2260

AK

2261

MN

2262
2263

TX
AK

2264

MS

2265
2266

AL
MO

2267

IL

2268

VA

2269

IL

2270
2271

NY
AR

2272

WI

2273

TN

2274

MI

2275

MI

2276

GA

Newark Access Variable Message Signage System ....................................................................
Construct SW Connector, West Des Moines .....
U.S. 30 reconstruction, near Tama ...................
Construction of interchange on I–985 north of
SR 13, Hall County, Georgia ..........................
Marquette County, Realignment of 3200 feet
of County Road 492 from U.S. 41 north to
County Road HD .............................................
Realign U.S. 8 near Cameron, Barron County
Restoration of PA422, in Berks County, including slab repair and diamond grinding ...........
Monte Vista Avenue Grade Separation,
Montclair, California .......................................
Deploy intermodal chassis ITS project in New
York ..................................................................
Reconstruction of Route 590 in the Town of
Irondequoit, NY ...............................................
Design and Construction of Downtown Jamestown Connector Trail ......................................
Further construction to improve draining at
Clearview Parkway (LA 3152) and Earhart
Expressway (LA 3139) ....................................
Houghton County, Rehabilitate 2 piers and remove old bridge caissons for Sturgeon River
Bridge ...............................................................
Make necessary improvements to Indian River
Road in City and Borough of Sitka ................
Reconstruct CSAH 61 from Barnum to TH 210
at Carlton, and improve Munger Trail ..........
Build I–30 Trinity River Bridge, Dallas, Texas
Realign rail track to eliminate highway-rail
crossings and improve highway safety and
transit times ....................................................
Relocate SR 44 from SR 198 to Pierce Road,
Columbia ..........................................................
Interstate 565 west extension towards Decatur
Roadway Improvements on Rt. 21 from Hayden Road to Lake Lorraine .............................
Halsted Bridge over North Branch Canal Reconstruction, City of Chicago ..........................
Town of Pound Riverwalk—Construction of pedestrian riverwalk in Town of Pound ............
U.S. 67 west of Jacksonville, IL Bypass to east
of IL 100 ...........................................................
Village of Wappingers Falls North Mesier Ave
War Eagle Bridge Rehabilitation—Benton
County, Arkansas ............................................
Build additional staircases, landscape, and
other improvements to the marsupial bridge
at the Holton St. Viaduct in Milwaukee .......
Washington County, Tennessee SR 36 widening .................................................................
Westland, Ann Arbor Trail between Farmington and Merriman ......................................
White Lake and Commerce, pave Cooley Lake
Road Between Ripple Way and Havenwood
Bridge replacement on County Road 183–FAS
Route 1509, Peach County ..............................

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$400,000
$1,600,000
$3,200,000
$3,200,000
$400,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$6,000,000
$1,600,000
$2,640,000
$216,000
$2,000,000
$1,680,000
$800,000
$5,000,000
$3,200,000
$1,600,000
$4,000,000
$480,000
$80,000
$1,600,000
$600,000
$640,000
$640,000
$800,000
$2,520,000
$400,000
$450,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1345

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2277
2278

NC
CA

2279

CA

2280

VA

2281

CT

2282
2283

IL
AK

2284

NY

2285

NY

2286

NY

2287

TN

2288

CA

2289

NY

2290

OH

2291

LA

2292
2293

NY
CA

2294

VA

2295

IL

2296

CA

2297

NC

2298

TX

2299

CA

2300

TX

I40 I–77 Interchange in Iredell County, NC ....
Construct safe routes to school in Cherryland
and Ashland .....................................................
Install Central Ave. Historic Corridor comprehensive streetscape improvements thus
improving traffic, ped safety, and economic
development, Los Angeles ..............................
Whitetop Station—Completion of renovation of
Whitetop Station (which serves as trailhead
facility) including construction of trail ..........
Make Improvements to Montville-Preston Mohegan Bridge ....................................................
Widen and improve Pulaski Road, Alsip ..........
For completion of the Shotgun Cove Road,
from Whittier, Alaska to the area of Decision Point, Alaska ...........................................
Study and Implement Intelligent Transportation System Sensor Technology to Improve
Safety at Bridges and Tunnels in Metropolitan New York City ..........................................
Warburton Avenue Bridge over Factory Lane,
Hastings-on-Hudson, New York .....................
Improve intersection of Old Dock and Church
Street, Kings Park ...........................................
Widen and improve State Route 33, Knox
County, Tennessee ..........................................
Reconstruct Paramount Blvd. with medians
and improve drainage from north border to
south border of city in Lakewood ...................
Upgrade Metro North stations in the Bronx
and construct station at Yankee Stadium .....
Construct the existing industrial park road
from local to State standards near Cadiz ......
Upgrade LA 28 to four lanes from LA 121 to
LA 465 ..............................................................
Reconstruction of Historic Eastern Parkway ...
Widen and make ITS improvements on Paramount Blvd. between Telegraph Rd. and
Gardendale St. in Downey ..............................
Conduct planning and engineering for Hampton Roads Third Crossing and Interconnected Roadways ........................................
Widen Annie Glidden Road to five lanes with
intersection improvements. DeKalb, IL .........
Widen California State Route 132 from California State Route 99 west to Dakota Avenue ....................................................................
Widen Derita Road from Poplar Tent Road in
Concord to the Cabarrus Mecklenburg County line ...............................................................
Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Interstate 35 East
from Lake Lewisville to Loop 288 ..................
Widen Haskell Avenue between Chase St. and
Roscoe Blvd ......................................................
Widen Hempstead Highway from 12th Street
to Washington Avenue from four lanes to six
lanes .................................................................

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$800,000

$1,656,000

$80,000
$1,600,000
$560,000

$4,000,000

$1,000,000
$500,000
$400,000
$6,500,000

$1,080,000
$2,400,000
$4,100,000
$1,600,000
$1,920,000

$800,000

$2,400,000
$6,400,000

$14,400,000

$1,600,000
$5,600,000
$160,000

$800,000

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119 STAT. 1346

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

2301

NH

2302

OH

2303

WA

2304

NY

2305

NY

2306

GA

2307

GA

2308

PA

2309

IL

2310

OR

2311

TX

2312

IL

2313

IN

2314

TX

2315

NY

2316

FL

2317

WI

Reconstruction and relocation of the intersection of Maple Avenue and Charleston Road
in Claremont ....................................................
Construct highway-rail crossing safety upgrades at 3 grade crossings in Madison Village, OH ...........................................................
Cultural and Interpretive Center (Hanford
Reach National Monument) facility, Richland, WA ..........................................................
Implement Improvements for Pedestrian Safety in New York County ...................................
Construction of and improvements to Main
Street in the Town of Eden ............................
SR 85 widening from Adams DR to I–75 and
reconstruct the Forest Parkway interchange,
Clayton County ................................................
Jogging and Bicycle Trails around CSU, Columbus ..............................................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking and roadway redesign in Throop Borough, Lackawanna County .............................
Reconstruct Winter Ave, existing 1 lane RR
subway, and 1 lane bridge to provide access
to Winter Park in Danville .............................
Construct highway and pedestrian access to
Macadam Ave. and street improvements as
part of the South Waterfront development,
Portland ...........................................................
Relocation of 10th Street near McAllen-Miller
International Airport ......................................
Construct pedestrian tunnel at railroad crossing in Winfield, IL ...........................................
Construct Margaret Avenue Safety and Capacity Enhancement Project ................................
Construct Loop 574 from BU 77 to I–35 in
McLennan Co ...................................................
Construction of a bicycle/pedestrian off road
scenic pathway from the Niagara Falls City
Line to the southerly Lewiston Town/Village
Line along the Niagara Gorge, Town of
Lewiston, Village of Lewiston, Niagara
County ..............................................................
Construct new bridge from West-Florida Turnpike to CR 714 to 36th Street—Cross S.
Fork of St. Lucie River—Indian Street to
U.S. 1 on east side ...........................................
Recondition SH 16 from Columbus to SH 26
(Dodge County, Wisconsin) .............................
...............................................................................
Riverwalk in Irvington development .................
Road resurfacing and improvements in the Village of Bentleyville, OH ..................................
Improvements to Stella Street rail-highway
crossing in Wormleysburg, PA .......................
Construct Entrance Ramp at Route 8 Exit 11,
Shelton, CT ......................................................
Pedestrian Improvements for Leeds, AL ..........

2318
2319
2320

NY
OH

2321

PA

2322

CT

2323

AL

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Amount

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$400,000
$240,000
$1,280,000
$600,000
$320,000
$1,200,000
$400,000

$160,000
$4,320,000

$7,200,000
$600,000
$800,000
$2,400,000
$1,600,000

$1,840,000

$4,000,000
$4,000,000
$0
$200,000
$560,000
$600,000
$800,000
$160,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1347

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2324

WA

2325

MI

2326

OR

2327
2328
2329

NY
MN
IL

2330
2331

GA
AZ

2332

PA

2333

CA

2334

GA

2335

TX

2336

GA

2337

NY

2338

PA

2339

MN

2340

CA

2341

GA

2342

OH

2343

IN

2344

TN

2345

CA

2346

IN

2347

MS

2348
2349

MS
NY

Federal Way Triangle—Conduct final engineering work for the reconstruction of the I–
5—SR 18 interchange .....................................
Garden City, Reconstruct Maplewood between
Inkster and Merriman ....................................
Lake Road Reconstruction and Safety Improvements, Milwaukie ...................................
Resurface Grade Crossing at Old State Road ..
Construction of Cedar Avenue Busway, MN ....
Upgrade streets and implement traffic and pedestrian safety signalization improvements,
Oak Lawn .........................................................
Streetscape-Thomasville .....................................
State Route 77/Project funds for the Ore Trail
in the Copper Corridor on SR 77 ...................
To enhance existing directional markers and
increase wayfinding signage infrastructure
in Monroe County ............................................
Construct and repair lining in four tunnels on
Kanan, Kanan Dume, and Malibu Canyon
Roads between U.S. 1 and U.S. 101 ..............
Sidewalk revitalization project in downtown
Eastman ...........................................................
Port of Corpus Christi Up River Road for upgrade of roadway to and from docks and IH
37 ......................................................................
Construct U.S. 411 Connector from U.S. 41 to
I–75, Bartow County, Georgia ........................
Construction of U.S. Route 219 Expressway:
Sections V and VI ............................................
Engineering, design and construction of an extension of Park Avenue north to Lakemont
Park in Altoona ...............................................
Reconstruct I–35E from I–94 to Maryland Avenue in St. Paul .................................................
Construct truck ramp linking Interstate 5 to
the National City Marine Cargo Terminal,
National City ...................................................
Reconstruct the interchange at Interstate 185
and Victory Drive (SR 520), Columbus, GA
Victory Drive (SR 520), Columbus, GA .........
Streetscaping, bicycle trails, and related improvements to the I–90—SR 615 Interchange in Mentor, OH ....................................
Preliminary engineering, right-of-way, and
construction for Perimeter Parkway-West
Lafayette/Purdue University, Indiana ...........
Reconstruct Interchange 55 at Mallory Avenue, Memphis, Shelby County .......................
Upgrade first responders signal pre-emption
hardware, Culver City ....................................
Construction of Maplecrest Rd. Extension—
Allen County, Indiana .....................................
Upgrade roads in Arcola, Leland, Greenville,
and Hollandale (U.S. Highway 61 and 18),
Washington County .........................................
Canal Road Intermodal Connector, Gulfport ....
Long Pong Road: Larkins Creek to Lake Ontario State Parkway, Town of Greece ............

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$1,600,000
$980,000
$4,000,000
$200,000
$4,800,000
$3,920,000
$240,000
$240,000
$400,000
$2,400,000
$400,000
$400,000
$16,000,000
$4,800,000
$1,600,000
$2,800,000
$2,400,000
$1,444,800
$2,800,000
$4,480,000
$800,000
$25,600
$8,800,000
$1,400,000
$6,400,000
$1,152,000

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119 STAT. 1348

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

2350

NY

2351

MA

2352

CA

2353

KS

2354

HI

2355
2356
2357
2358

TX
IL
MD
MI

2359

NY

2360

MO

2361

LA

2362
2363

NY
MO

2364

MA

2365
2366

IN
PA

2367

GA

2368

IN

2369

CA

2370

TN

2371

IN

2372

NY

2373

OH

2374

MD

2375

NY

Construct the Auburn Connector Road Corridor, Auburn, NY ...........................................
Engineering and construction of Blackstone
Valley Visitors Center at intersection of
State Route 146 and Millbury Street,
Worcester .........................................................
Improve I–8 off ramp to the Desert Farming
Institute, Imperial County .............................
Construct bike and pedestrian path along K–
10 between Douglas and Johnson Counties ..
Construct Bike Lanes on Kalanianaole Highway, vicinity of Makapuu to Keolu Drive ......
Donna/Rio Bravo International Bridge .............
Improve Sheridan Road, Evanston ....................
Intercounty Connector ........................................
Resurfacing of Ten Mile Road in St. Clair
Shores ...............................................................
Conduct studies to consider transportation
planning and community involvement for infrastructure projects that address congestion
relief in New York City ...................................
Construct an extension of MO 740 from U.S.
63 to the I–70 Lake of the Woods Interchange ..............................................................
Construct improvements to Enterprise Blvd. in
Iberville Parish; and LA 1/I–10 Connector
Study; and improvements to LA 10/Zachary
Taylor Parkway ...............................................
Monroe County ITS project ................................
Roadway improvement on I–44 in Phelps
County, Missouri .............................................
Rt. 128/95 ramp Northbound to Kendrick
Street, Needham ..............................................
Realign State Road 312, Hammond ..................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition and
construction of surface improvements to the
area adjacent to Exit 168 of Interstate 81 at
the Wachovia Arena in Wilkes-Barre Township ...................................................................
SR 92 relocation from Durelee Road to SR 92
at Malone, including grade separation,
Douglas County, Georgia ................................
Construct I–69 Evansville to Indianapolis, Indiana .................................................................
Construct fourth bore of Caldecott Tunnel on
SR 24, California .............................................
Construct interchange on I–40 in Wilson
County ..............................................................
Construct service road parallel to I–69 in the
City of Anderson, Indiana ..............................
Croton-on-Hudson, NY Restoration of Van
Cortlandt Manor entrance road .....................
Construction and repair of pedestrian walkways along Lake Shore Blvd. in Lakeline
Village, OH ......................................................
Reconstruct MD 32 from MD 108 to I–70 in
Howard County ...............................................
Repair and Improve Streets in Astoria damaged by water main breaks ............................

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$800,000

$6,400,000
$800,000
$400,000
$240,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$3,200,000
$716,800

$1,200,000
$2,000,000

$3,200,000
$720,000
$800,000
$1,400,000
$3,330,313

$200,000
$6,400,000
$11,200,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$3,200,000
$2,000,000
$231,200
$3,040,000
$1,400,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1349

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2376

MI

2377

FL

2378

CA

2379

MN

2380

LA

2381

MO

2382

CO

2383
2384

CO
VA

2385

TN

2386

GA

2387

OH

2388
2389

LA
CA

2390

OH

2391

NH

2392

PA

2393

FL

2394

IL

2395
2396

AL
PA

2397

NE

2398

TN

2399

CA

2400

LA

2401

IL

Reconstruct two bridges over Black Creek
Drain in Sanilac County .................................
Construction of Little Venice Road, Marathon,
FL .....................................................................
Make traffic and safety improvements to Atlantic Blvd. in Maywood .................................
Stearns County Bridge No. 73501 Improvements ................................................................
Construct LA 16 Interchange at I–12 and improvements, and Cook Road improvements ..
Reconstruct Highway 60 and Highway 65
Interchange ......................................................
I–70, Havana, Yosemite Street Interchange
Reconstruction Project, Denver ......................
Reconstruct C 470–US 85 Interchange .............
Reconstruction of the entranceway to Montpelier on Orange County, Virginia ....................
Construct and widen underpass at intersection
of Boydstation, Harvey, and McFee Roads,
Knox County, TN ............................................
Extend sidewalks, upgrade landscaping in
downtown Hawkinsville ..................................
Conduct Sarah St. along SR 18 and 101 enhancement project to calm traffic in the City
of Tiffin .............................................................
Improvements to Zachary Taylor Parkway ......
Las Tunas Drive Pedestrian Enhancement,
San Gabriel ......................................................
Reconstruction, widening, and bicycle improvements to Pettibone Road in the City of
Solon, OH .........................................................
Replacement of Ash Street and Pillsbury Road
Bridge ...............................................................
Swamp Road Corridor Safety and Roadway
Improvements, Bucks County ........................
Construct St. Augustine to Palatka Rail Trail,
Florida ..............................................................
Construction of a traffic circle to reduce traffic
congestion, Museum Campus Chicago ...........
Pedestrian Improvements for Gardendale, AL
Extension of Second Street from Race to the
intersection of Lehigh and Poplar Street in
the Borough of Catasauqua ............................
Cuming Street Transportation Improvement
Project, Omaha, Nebraska ..............................
Construct State Route 1 (U.S. 70) to a four
lane divided highway on new alignment
from Centertown to McMinnville in Warren
County ..............................................................
Improve access to I–80 at Eureka Road Interchange ..............................................................
Expand existing South Central Planning and
Development Commission Intelligent Transportation System program in HoumaThibodaux area by installing signals, sensors and systems .............................................
Install traffic control devices on traffic signals
in Village of Oak Lawn ...................................

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$570,000
$800,000
$400,000
$320,000
$10,400,000
$1,600,000
$1,200,000
$3,200,000
$800,000
$395,440
$400,000
$2,080,000
$1,600,000
$120,000
$2,400,000
$1,520,000
$2,400,000
$2,320,000
$1,600,000
$533,334
$880,000
$3,600,000

$9,200,000
$1,600,000

$1,440,000
$192,000

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119 STAT. 1350

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

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State

Project Description

2402

CA

2403

TX

2404

OH

2405

CA

2406

TX

2407

KS

2408

OH

2409
2410

NH
FL

2411

TN

2412

NY

2413

WI

2414

NY

2415

PA

2416

IN

2417

GA

2418

LA

2419

NY

2420

IL

2421
2422

IL
MS

2423
2424

CO
AZ

2425

VA

2426

KS

2427
2428

CA
IL

Interstate 15, California Oaks Road Interchange Project .................................................
Choate Road overpass to eliminate at-grade
intersection between Choate Rd. and SH 146
Construction of I–75 Austin Road Interchange,
Montgomery County, Ohio ..............................
Acquire lands for mitigation adjacent to U.S.
101 as part of Southern Santa Clara County
Wildlife Corridor Protection and Scenic Enhancement Project ...........................................
Construct U.S. Business 287 through the Trinity Uptown Project from 7th St. NE to 11th
St. NE in Fort Worth ......................................
Construct K–10 and Lone Elm Road interchange, Lenexa ................................................
Construct connector road between SR 79 and
Thornwood Drive in Licking County .............
Construct Pedestrian, Bicycle bridge in Keene
Coral Way, SR 972 Highway Beautification,
Phase One, Miami, Florida .............................
Develop historic preservation transportation
enhancement project, Sumner Co. and surrounding counties ............................................
Develop terminal facilities for water taxi
projects in New York City ..............................
Expand U.S. 151 between Dickeyville and Belmont .................................................................
Improve bicycle and pedestrian safety, NY 25,
Jamesport .........................................................
PA Route 183 widening and ramp enhancement, Bern Township ......................................
Reconstruct Hoosier Heartland Highway, Wabash, Huntington and Miami County Indiana segments ...................................................
Replace sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and install landscaping, Soperton ............................
Lafayette, LA Implementation of Intelligent
Transportation System ...................................
Conduct improvements to I–87—Exit 18 Interchange ..............................................................
To construct an extension of U.S. 51 from 9
miles south of Moweaqua to 4.6 miles south
of Moweaqua ....................................................
Upgrade roads, The Village of Hillside .............
Upgrade safety devices at Front Street rail
crossing, Ellisville ...........................................
U.S. 287—Ports-to-Plains Corridor in Colorado
Many Farms, Apache County—For the Construction of N8086 and N8084 on the Navajo
Nation ...............................................................
Construct I–95 Interchange at Temple Ave,
Colonial Heights ..............................................
Route designation, environmental clearance,
final design and right-of-way acquisition for
Crawford County, KS corridor of U.S. Highway 69 ..............................................................
U.S. 395 Realignment and Widening Project ...
To connect about a 2-mile segment through
Collinsville at two or three lanes ...................

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$1,600,000
$7,840,000
$6,000,000

$400,000
$6,400,000
$4,000,000
$5,000,000
$640,000
$1,200,000
$108,000
$4,400,000
$1,600,000
$240,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$400,000
$8,800,000
$2,000,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$40,000
$6,133,333
$480,000
$1,600,000

$3,200,000
$400,000
$1,600,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1351

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2429

IL

2430

UT

2431

MA

2432

VA

2433

CA

2434

MA

2435
2436

IL
PA

2437

MI

2438

OR

2439

MA

2440

TN

2441

NY

2442

MD

2443

PA

2444

CA

2445

NY

2446
2447

UT
AZ

2448

CA

2449

VA

2450

NC

2451

MD

Construct Parking Facility and pedestrian
walkways at 94th and S. Oak Park Ave,
Oak Lawn .........................................................
I–15 Freeway Reconstruction—Springville 200
South Interchange ...........................................
Washington St. from High St. to Water St.,
Walpole .............................................................
White’s Mill Trail and Renovation—Design
and construction of recreational trail and
preservation of watermill for use as visitors
center ................................................................
Implement San Francisco Street Improvements Program ................................................
Design, engineering, and construction of
Methuen Rotary alternative at I–93 and
Routes 110 and 113, Methuen ........................
Improve Mill Street, Rock Island ......................
For the Nanticoke City Redevelopment Authority to design, acquire land, and construct a parking garage, streetscaping enhancements, paving, lighting and safety improvements, and roadway redesign in Nanticoke ................................................................
Widen and reconstruct Walton Boulevard
Bridge in Auburn Hills between Opdyke and
Squirrel Road ...................................................
Widen Delaura Beach Lane and add a bike
lane both directions, Warrenton ....................
Design and construct the 3-mile long Grand
Trunk Trail bikeway from Sturbridge to
Southbridge ......................................................
Develop trails, bike paths and recreational facilities on the Crest of Black Mountain,
Cumberland County for Cumberland Trail
State Park ........................................................
Study and Improve Traffic Flow Improvement
at Atlantic Yard Arena Development ............
Upgrade and widen MD 237 from Pegg Road
to MD 235 ........................................................
Main Street improvements from Broad Street
to Richardson Avenue and Main Street to
Madison Avenue, Borough of Lansdale .........
Widen Highway 101 in Marin and Sonoma
Counties from Hwy 37 in Novato to Old
Redwood Highway in Petaluma .....................
Road and pedestrian safety improvements
Main Street, Village of Patchogue .................
Widen Highway 92 from Lehi to Highland .......
Widen I–10 to 3 lanes in each direction north
of Tucson from Marana Interchange to
Cortato Interchange ........................................
Widen I–238 between I–580 and I–880 in Alameda County ....................................................
Widen I–66 westbound inside the Capital Beltway from the Rosslyn Tunnel to the Dulles
Connector Road ...............................................
Construction of I–74 between I–40 and U.S.
220, High Point, North Carolina ....................
Widen I–695, Baltimore Beltway, Southwest ...

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$192,000
$3,600,000
$1,400,000

$400,000
$6,400,000
$600,000
$400,000

$5,600,000
$4,000,000
$148,800
$560,000

$200,000
$2,000,000
$12,000,000
$640,000
$12,000,000
$1,500,000
$2,500,000
$1,360,000
$800,000
$5,600,000
$4,000,000
$3,440,000

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119 STAT. 1352

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

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State

Project Description

2452

GA

2453

MN

2454
2455
2456

HI
FL
TN

2457

IL

2458

OR

2459

GA

2460

KY

2461

NC

2462

NJ

2463

IL

2464
2465

MA
AK

2466

IN

2467
2468

OR
TN

2469

AZ

2470

LA

2471

MN

2472

MN

2473

GA

2474

AK

2475

OK

2476

CA

2477

NY

2478

NJ

Replace sidewalks, upgrade lighting in downtown Vidalia .....................................................
Construct bicycle and pedestrian trails in
Cuyuna Recreation Area .................................
Construct Kapaa Bypass ....................................
Temple Terrace Highway Modification .............
Widen Interstate 240 from Poplar Avenue (SR
57) to near Walnut Grove Road (SR 23) East
of Memphis, Shelby County ............................
For the Village of Woodridge to resurface
Internationale Parkway ..................................
I–5 Trade Corridor, Portland, Oregon to Vancouver, Washington segment ..........................
Streetscape, Pedestrian Improvements in City
Center, City of Clarkston ...............................
Widen KY 1991 from Maysville Road to Midland Trail Industrial Park, Montgomery
County ..............................................................
Construct new Route from Beach Drive (SR
1104) to NC 211 in Brunswick County ..........
International Trade and Logistics Center
Roadway Improvements at Exit 12 of the
New Jersey Turnpike, Carteret .....................
Interstate 41 and Route 176 Interchange replacement .........................................................
Northern Avenue Bridge rehabilitation, Boston
Planning, design, and construction of Knik
Arm Bridge ......................................................
North
Calumet
Avenue
Improvements,
Valparaiso ........................................................
I–205/Highway 213 interchange improvements
Improving Vehicle Efficiencies at highway AtGrade Railroad Crossing in Loudon, TN .......
Design, right-of-way acquisition, and construction I–10 Collector Distributor Roadway
from 40th Street to Baseline Maricopa
County, Arizona ...............................................
Improvements to LA 42 in Ascension Parish;
and LA 73 improvements in Ascension Parish .....................................................................
Construct Paul Bunyan trail from Mississippi
River Bridge Trail to Crow Wing State Park
Construct Mesabi Trail from Grand Rapids to
City of Ely ........................................................
Install sidewalks on Highway 23 from Dykes
Street to Sarah Street, Cochran .....................
Kodiak, AK Construction of AMHW ferry terminal and approach ........................................
Reconstruction of SH 66 from Craig and Rogers Counties to SH 66 and U.S. 60 intersection ....................................................................
Enhance pedestrian environment and increase
safety along Olympic Blvd. between
Vermont and Western Avenues, Los Angeles
Enhancement of the Michigan Avenue Corridor, Buffalo ....................................................
Kapkowski Road Area Improvements in Elizabeth ...................................................................

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Amount
$400,000
$700,000
$2,400,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$86,400
$4,220,000
$4,000,000
$1,000,000
$3,200,000
$1,200,000
$600,000
$2,400,000
$151,000,000

APPS06

$960,000
$800,000
$45,600

$3,200,000
$8,000,000
$775,000
$2,700,000
$300,000
$7,500,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$4,560,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1353

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2479

CA

2480

NY

2481

MO

2482
2483

WA
NM

2484

CA

2485

MA

2486

IL

2487

NY

2488

PA

2489

CA

2490

KY

2491
2492

NV
CT

2493

FL

2494

IA

2495

NJ

2496

TX

2497

NM

2498

VA

2499
2500
2501

CA
WA
NY

2502

TX

2503

TX

2504

NY

2505

MI

Construct landscape medians along Skyline
Drive from Sears Avenue to 58th Street, San
Diego .................................................................
Jamaica Air Train Station Area Infrastructure
Improvements ..................................................
Construct Highway 465 to Highway 376 south
from Hwy 76 to Hwy 376 ................................
New Country Road on Whidbey Island .............
Chaco Wash Bridge and Road Improvements
on Navajo Route 46 .........................................
Reconstruct Interstate 880-Route 92 interchange in Hayward .........................................
Relocate Rt. 79 in Fall River to create 4-lane
urban boulevard with landscaped median
and developable waterfront ............................
Road extension for Highway 22 in Macon
County, IL ........................................................
Portageville Bridge—Purchase existing bridge
to convert to pedestrian bridge ......................
Rt. 422 complete preliminary engineering and
four lane expansion from Ebensburg to
Kittanning ........................................................
Upgrade essential road arterials, connectors,
bridges and other road infrastructure improvements in the Town of Desert Hot
Springs, CA ......................................................
Construct the Heartland Parkway in Adair
County ..............................................................
Horse-US-95 Interchange Project ......................
Make Improvements to Plainfield Moosup
Pond Road ........................................................
Construction design ROW U.S. 27 from SR
540 to SR 544 and from I–4 to U.S. 192 in
Polk County, FL ..............................................
Construction of approaches and viaduct on
Edgewood Rd. SW over the UP Railroad,
Prairie Creek, and the CRANDIC railroad ...
Construct Hackensack River Walkway in Bergen County .......................................................
Hwy 80/123 Overpass at Hwy 181 in Karnes
County ..............................................................
Improvements to U.S. Highway 87 from Clayton, NM to Raton, NM ....................................
Route 11 Interchange improvements in Lexington, Virginia ...............................................
Improvements to Ben Maddox Way Bridge ......
SR 18 Widening, Maple Valley to I–90 .............
City of Beacon construction of pedestrian and
Bicycle trail ......................................................
FM 544, widen 2-lane roadway to 6-lane roadway from SH 121 to Dozier-Parker Road ......
Construct an alternate truck route to Interstate 35 in Buda ..............................................
Improvements on the Cross Island Bridge
Overpass/212th Street and vicinity, Queens
Novi, Reconstruct Grand River between Novi
and Haggerty ...................................................

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$4,000,000
$4,800,000
$960,000
$1,600,000
$1,400,000

$1,800,000
$534,400
$1,464,000
$2,400,000

$1,600,000
$960,000
$4,800,000
$200,000
$8,000,000
$1,280,000
$1,600,000
$240,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$6,000,000
$252,000
$1,600,000
$500,000
$3,376,000
$800,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

2506

SD

2507
2508
2509

TX
WY
MA

2510

NY

2511
2512
2513

FL
MI

2514

CA

2515

CA

2516

AL

2517
2518

CA
NM

2519

MS

2520

NY

2521
2522

IL
NJ

2523

ME

2524

IL

2525
2526

NC
NY

2527

VT

2528
2529

IL
MI

2530

SC

2531
2532

OR
NY

Resurface U.S. Highway 18 from Lake Andes
to U.S. Highway 50 on Yankton Sioux Reservation ............................................................
Lajitas Relief Route ............................................
U.S. 85 Passing Lanes ........................................
Design and Construct Blackstone River Bikeway and Worcester Bikeway Pavilion between Providence, RI and Worcester .............
Little Falls Access: Repair and reconstruct
High School and Lower School Road .............
Replace Columbus Drive Bridge ........................
...............................................................................
Construction of two railroad-highway grade
separations on Farm Lane north of Mount
Hope Road ........................................................
Widen Atlantic Bl bridge over the Los Angeles
River in Vernon ...............................................
Widen Bundy Drive between Wilshire and
Santa Monica Boulevards in the City of Los
Angeles .............................................................
To provide four lanes on U.S. 80, Perry County, Marengo County, and Sumter County .....
Widen Maine Avenue in Baldwin Park .............
Ease traffic congestion and improve intersection safety by identifying alternative alignment to U.S. 84/285 and NM 68 through
Espanola ...........................................................
Widen MS Hwy 19 between Philadelphia and
Collinsville, MS ...............................................
Construct the Fire Island ferry terminal facility, Patchogue ..................................................
IL 8 from East Peoria to Washington, IL .........
Preliminary engineering for missing connections of NJ 23 and I–80 ..................................
Penobscot Riverfront Development for bicycle
trails, amenities, and traffic circulation improvements, Bangor and Brewer ...................
Restoration and reconstruction of the central
business district street. Cambridge, IL .........
Widen NC 150 from Cherryville to Lincolnton
Second phase of the Grand Concourse improvements from East 166th St. to East
171st St ............................................................
U.S. Route 7 and U.S. Route 4 road improvements for the City of Rutland ........................
Improve 63rd Street, Chicago ............................
Alcona County, Reconstruction of Ritchie Road
from Village of Lincoln to Hubbard Lake
road ...................................................................
Construct roadway btwn I–26 and U/S/ 1 in
Lexington County. Intermodal connector
from U.S. 1 to I–26 and I–77. SC 302 and
SC 602 improvements .....................................
Agness Road, Curry County ...............................
Rehabilitation of Sharon Drive in the Town of
Poughkeepsie ...................................................

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Amount

APPS06

$960,000
$1,200,000
$1,600,000

$2,000,000
$192,000
$3,200,000
$0

$1,840,000
$800,000

$3,400,000
$11,200,000
$300,000

$1,600,000
$10,000,000
$1,600,000
$762,056
$1,200,000

$2,800,000
$960,000
$800,000

$8,000,000
$2,848,000
$1,600,000

$650,400

$1,600,000
$2,000,000
$260,000

PsN: PUBL059

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1355

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2533

TX

2534
2535

MD
GA

2536

VA

2537

NY

2538

CA

2539

WA

2540

PA

2541
2542

AL
CA

2543

CA

2544

TX

2545

PA

2546

AR

2547

NJ

2548

PA

2549

IL

2550

WA

2551

VA

2552

AR

2553

NY

2554
2555

GA
VA

2556
2557

PA
VT

2558
2559

CO
VA

2560

GA

Conduct study of I–10 and U.S. 190 with a
focus on congestion relief and the need for a
military and emergency relief transportation
corridor .............................................................
MD 85 at I270 .....................................................
SR 36 passing lanes north of Jackson to Newton County line, Butts County, Georgia ........
I–66 and Route 29 Gainesville Interchange
Project ..............................................................
Construct and extend existing pedestrian
streetscape areas in Lynbrook .......................
Construct traffic intersection island improvements on North side of Olympic Blvd. where
Irolo St. and Normandie Ave. split in
Koreatown, Los Angeles .................................
Improvements in the SR 9 corridor in Snohomish County .....................................................
Replace a highway railcrossing in Osborne
Borough, PA .....................................................
Pedestrian Improvements for Centerpoint, AL
Replace twin 2 lane bridge with single 4 lane
bridge on SR 138 over Big Rock Wash ..........
State Route 86S and Ave. 50 highway safety
grade separation ..............................................
Construct Fredericksburg Road-Medical Drive
grade separation in San Antonio ...................
For design, engineering, ROW acquisition, and
construction of a connector road between the
Valmont Industrial Park and Pennsylvania
Rt. 924 at Cranberry Creek ............................
Interstates 30/440/530 Interchanges/For interchange improvements, Little Rock .................
Rehabilitation of Benigno Boulevard from I295
to Route 168 in Bellmawr ...............................
Preconstruction studies for improvement to
U.S. 22 from Irving Street to Mickley Road
Establish transportation museum on Navy
Pier, Chicago ....................................................
Continuing construction of I–90, Spokane to
Idaho State Line ..............................................
Improve transportation infrastructure for visitors to Jamestown 2007 ..................................
Highway 67: Kiehl Avenue—Vandenberg Boulevard: rehabilitating and widening Highway 67 from four to six lanes from Kiehl
Ave. to Vandenberg Blvd ................................
Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety including in the vicinity of PS X81 ...................
Memorial Drive Corridor ....................................
Route 11 improvements in Maurertown, Virginia ..................................................................
Street improvements, Whitemarsh Township ..
Construction of the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail
for the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers ..................................................................
I–76: Colorados Northeast Gateway ..................
Construct Maersk Terminal interchange in
Portsmouth ......................................................
I–75 Welcom Project ...........................................

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$160,000
$4,000,000
$2,440,000
$8,000,000
$800,000

$200,000
$1,200,000
$1,720,000
$533,334
$400,000
$800,000
$3,040,000

$400,000
$1,200,000
$320,000
$800,000
$432,000
$2,640,000
$425,520

$2,960,000
$250,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$1,200,000
$5,814,789
$6,133,334
$1,600,000
$200,000

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119 STAT. 1356

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

2561

PA

2562

NY

2563

MI

2564

IN

2565

NY

2566

PA

2567

TN

2568

NY

2569

GA

2570

MI

2571

GA

2572
2573

AR
NY

2574

IA

2575

NY

2576

NY

2577

CA

2578

IL

2579

NY

2580

NY

2581

AL

2582

OH

2583
2584

NV
NY

2585

CT

Improve handicapped accessibility and provide
pedestrian overpass in Villanova ...................
Install Two Permanent Variable Message
Signs (VMS) on Belt Parkway ........................
Re-surfacing Sebewaing Road in Huron County .......................................................................
Complete construction of paths at Hamilton
County Riverwalk, Noblesville, Indiana ........
Study and Implement Traffic and Pedestrian
Safety Enhancements to Gerritsen Beach,
Brooklyn ...........................................................
Upgrade circuit for gates and lights at Sixth
Street in Emmaus, PA USDOT crossing
number 592402P to constant warning time
devices ..............................................................
Plan and construct a bicycle and pedestrian
trail, Eagleville ................................................
Improvements for pedestrian and vehicular access to Baychester Avenue and Bartow Avenue ....................................................................
SR 400 reconstruction from I–285 to McFarland Road, Fulton and Forsyth Counties ......
Construct pedestrian and bicycle pathway at
Chippewa Landing River Park in the Village
of Caro ..............................................................
Upgrade sidewalks, replace street lights, and
landscaping, Metter ........................................
Highway 412: Baxter Co. to Ash Flat ...............
Town of North Salem improvements and repaving to Hawley Road ...................................
U.S. 20 Mississippi River Bridge and approaches, Dubuque Co, IA ..............................
Construct access road and exit lanes for Center for Advanced Medicine: North Shore LIJ
Health System .................................................
Improve key intersections and highway segments along Rt. 32 between Route 17–6–
NYS Thruway interchange in Harriman and
Highland Mills .................................................
Widen I–5 to 10 Lanes and Improve Corridor
Arterials, SR 91 to I–710 ................................
For the construction of the Grand Avenue Underpass, Village of Franklin Park ..................
Rehabilitation of North and South Ridge
Street and Wappanocca Avenue in the Village of Rye Brook and City of Rye .................
NYSDOT Route 55 construction over Fishkill
Creek and left turn lane construction ...........
Alabama Hwy 36 Extension and WideningPhase II ............................................................
Construct Eagle Avenue Viaduct-Demolition
bridge, realignment of roadway to replace
bridge and reconstruction of two other
bridges, Cleveland ...........................................
Construct U.S. 93 Corridor—Boulder City .......
Reconstruction of NYS 5, 8, 12. Viaduct and
Rt. 5A and 5S: City of Utica ...........................
Street and streetscape improvements along
Campbell Ave., West Haven ...........................

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Amount

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$2,400,000
$500,000
$332,800
$300,000
$250,000

$220,000
$160,000
$600,000
$800,000
$64,000
$400,000
$1,600,000
$160,000
$20,000,000
$2,000,000

$600,000
$4,160,000
$928,000
$1,728,000
$1,200,000
$800,000

$400,000
$8,000,000
$800,000
$1,200,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1357

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2586

MA

2587

MS

2588

MN

2589

NY

2590
2591

OR
CA

2592
2593
2594

MA
AL
NV

2595

WA

2596

FL

2597

WA

2598

NY

2599

MI

2600

PA

2601

NV

2602

IN

2603

PA

2604

PA

2605

GA

2606

CA

2607

IL

2608

AL

2609

IL

2610

NY

Reconstruct North Washington Street Bridge
to connect Boston and Charlestown ...............
Upgrade roads in Fayette (U.S. Highway 61
and 33), Jefferson County ...............................
Heritage Center at the Grand Portage National Monument .............................................
Redesign and reconstruction of the Putnam
Rail-Trail, Bronx .............................................
Highway 34/Corvallis Bypass Intersection .......
Install traffic signal on Balboa Blvd. at
Knollwood Shopping Center ...........................
Chelsea Street Bridge Reconstruction ...............
Pedestrian Improvements for Northport, AL ...
Construct widening of U.S. 50A from Fernley
to Leeteville Junction ......................................
Rebuild and widen Cemetery Road bridge over
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation canal near
Othello, WA .....................................................
Roadway construction of SW 62—SW 24 Avenue in Gainesville ...........................................
SR 2/Kelsey Street Intersection Improvements
in Monroe .........................................................
Town of Southeast construction and repaving
of town roads ...................................................
Reconstruct Third Ave. from Saginaw St. to
Flint River, City of Flint .................................
Upgrade circuit for gates and lights at 31st
Street in Allentown, PA USDOT crossing
number 592410G to constant warning time
devices ..............................................................
Construct U.S. 95 Widening from Rainbow
Blvd. to Kyle Canyon ......................................
Improve campus streets to increase pedestrian
safety and ease vehicular congestion in the
City of Anderson, Indiana ..............................
Schaefferstown Bypass, PA Route 501, Lebanon ..................................................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking and roadway redesign in Dupont Borough, Luzerne County .....................................
Intersection improvement at Lake Dow Road
and SR 81 Harris Drive at SR 42 ..................
Replace South Access to the Golden Gate
Bridge—Doyle Drive .......................................
Resurface Yellow Banks Road, Franklin County .......................................................................
CR 52 from U.S. 31 (Pelham) and continuation
of CR 52 in Jefferson County, known as
Morgan Road, to I–459, including proposed
Highway 261 bypass around old town Helena ....................................................................
Intersection Reconstruction at U.S. 12–IL 31
Tryon Grove Road ...........................................
Streetscape of Herald and Greeley Squares in
New York City .................................................

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$4,000,000
$320,000
$1,400,000
$500,000
$2,100,000
$96,000
$9,000,000
$213,334
$4,000,000

$160,000
$1,600,000
$832,000
$240,000
$2,400,000

$220,000
$6,400,000

$1,600,000
$1,600,000

$160,000
$480,000
$8,000,000
$320,000

$8,000,000
$720,000
$400,000

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119 STAT. 1358

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

2611

NJ

2612
2613

TX
NC

2614

NY

2615
2616

AL
NH

2617

CA

2618

CA

2619
2620
2621
2622

MO
PA
MO
PA

2623

DE

2624

OH

2625
2626

OR
CA

2627

TX

2628
2629

WA
PA

2630

GA

2631

CA

2632

TX

2633
2634

PA
CA

2635

NY

Construct Cape May and Supawna Meadows
National Wildlife Refuges Roadway and
Parking Improvements ...................................
Del Rio-Laughlin Air Force Base Relief Route
Study feasibility of widening U.S. 221/NC 226
from Woodlawn to Spruce Pine, start planning and design, and make upgrades to improve safety ......................................................
Transportation improvements to the Far Rockaway Business District, Queens, New York ..
Construction of Patton Island Bridge Corridor
Hampton Bridge Rehabilitation—Hampton,
NH ....................................................................
Gale Avenue widening between Fullerton Road
and Nogales Street, and Nogales Street widening at Gale Avenue ......................................
Grade Separation at Cesar Chavez Parkway
and Harbor Drive, San Diego .........................
Improve access to I–55 at River Des Peres ......
PA Route 61 enhancements, Schuylkill Haven
Kansas City SmartPort ITS for highways ........
City of Philadelphia in conjunction with American Cities Foundation for neighborhood
transportation enhancement and pedestrian
safety projects ..................................................
Reconstructing I–95/SR 1 interchange, adding
a fifth lane, and replacing toll plaza on
Delaware’s portion of I–95 corridor ...............
Study possible road upgrades in Tuscarawas
County due to flood issues based on dams in
Muskingum Watershed District .....................
Sunrise Corridor, Clackamas County ................
Construct Cabot-Camino Capistrano Bridge
Project and related roadway improvements
in Cities of Mission Viejo and Laguna
Niguel, California ............................................
Construction of mainlanes and interchanges
on SH 121 from Hillcrest to U.S. 75 ..............
Enumclaw, WA Welcome Center .......................
Upgrade narrow existing roads, Plank, Otts,
Meyers, Seitz Roads, along 1 mile corridor to
2 lane road with shoulders, improve intersections .............................................................
Widen Old Petersburg Road-Old Evans Road
from Baston Road to Washington Road, Columbia County, Georgia ..................................
Widen Peyton Drive from Grand Ave. to Chino
Hills Pky., construct Eucalyptus Ave. from
Peyton Drive to Galloping Hills, improve
English Channel ..............................................
New construction for the SH 349 Reliever
Route beginning at the SH 191 intersection
in Midland ........................................................
Widen Route 22 between Export and Delmont
Construction of a traffic signal at the intersection of Hamlin St. and Corbin Ave ................
Design/Environmental work on the Inner Loop
from Clinton Avenue to East Main Street,
Rochester ..........................................................

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Amount

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$600,000
$11,600,000

$2,800,000
$1,920,000
$4,000,000
$1,200,000
$80,000
$400,000
$8,000,000
$8,000,000
$4,000,000

$3,200,000
$4,400,000
$100,000
$3,000,000

$670,952
$12,800,000
$1,200,000

$800,000
$3,200,000

$5,628,888
$2,000,000
$1,160,000
$100,000
$1,920,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1359

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2636

MO

2637

OH

2638

MN

2639

CA

2640

CA

2641

GA

2642

MS

2643
2644

VA
CA

2645

NV

2646

IL

2647

WA

2648

PA

2649

PA

2650

OH

2651

CA

2652

NC

2653

MA

2654

KY

2655

CA

2656

PA

I–35 access modification planning, City of
Kearney ............................................................
Construction and road improvements to Hubbard Road in Burton Township, OH ..............
North-South Corridor with Railroad Overpass,
City of Staples .................................................
Port of Hueneme Intermodal Access Improvement Project, including grade separation at
Rice Avenue and State Route 34; widen
Hueneme Road ................................................
Reconstruct and deep-lift asphalt on various
roads throughout the district in Ventura
County ..............................................................
Upgrade sidewalks, parking, street lighting,
and landscaping, Claxton ...............................
Upgrade roads in Itta Bena (U.S. Highway 82
and 7) and in vicinity of Viking Range Corp.
(U.S. Highway 7 and 49), Leflore County .....
Widen Route 262 in Augusta County ................
Forest Highway 171 Upper Skyway Improvement .................................................................
Construct overpass and exit lane improvements on Lake Mead Parkway to Lake Las
Vegas entrance ................................................
Construct Bridge Overpass, DuSable MuseumChicago .............................................................
Expand size and improve safety Lewis and
Clark Discovery Trailhead and Scenic Overlook ...................................................................
Construction of access improvement at the I–
79 SR 228 interchange in vicinity of Cranberry Town Center ..........................................
Development of bicycle and pedestrian trails
and access links along North Delaware
Riverfront .........................................................
Highway—RR grade separation over the Norfolk Southern Rail Line for the Hines Hill
Road—Milford Connector project in Hudson,
Ohio ..................................................................
Construct crosswalk bump-outs and related
streetscape improvements on Temple St. between Hoover St. and Glendale Blvd., Los
Angeles .............................................................
Improve SR 1923 from U.S. 70 Business to
U.S. 301 Smithfield .........................................
Improvements to Mass. Ave, Andover Street,
Osgood Street, Salem Street, and Johnson
Street in the Old Town Center of North Andover .................................................................
Reconstruct U.S. 127 at U.S. 127 South, Mercer County ........................................................
Construct truck lane from Britannia Blvd. to
the Otay Mesa Port of Entry, San Diego
County ..............................................................
Beford, PA Relocation of Old Route 220 and
Sweet Road. Complete preliminary engineering, purchase right-of-way, construction .......

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$1,200,000
$400,000
$1,200,000

$3,760,000

$4,800,000
$400,000

$1,200,000
$800,000
$5,800,000

$2,400,000
$800,000

$146,000

$520,000

$8,000,000

$240,000

$400,000
$4,000,000

$800,000
$480,000

$1,200,000

$12,228,000

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119 STAT. 1360

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

2657

GA

2658

IL

2659

NY

2660

MN

2661

KS

2662

PA

2663

CA

2664

NJ

2665

MI

2666

OK

2667

UT

2668

VA

2669

WA

2670

FL

2671

UT

2672

OH

2673
2674

MD
OR

2675

LA

2676

TX

2677

MO

2678

IN

2679

OH

2680

TN

2681

WI

Design and construction of 2.2 miles of
multiuse trail in the City of Douglas, Georgia .....................................................................
Entry Road to Southern Illinois University Research Park, Carbondale ................................
Kingston, Construct pedestrian waterfront
walkway ...........................................................
Reconstruction of Airport Road from TH 53 to
CR 296, Cirrus Drive from Airport Road to
TH 53 and TH 53 from Airport Road to
Stebner Road ...................................................
Replacement of U.S. 169 bridge in Kansas
City ...................................................................
Route 313 Turning Lanes and Truck Climbing
Lanes, Bucks County ......................................
Purchase of Rosemead Blvd. ROW, Temple
City ...................................................................
Reconfiguration of Bay Avenue and Polaris
Street in Newark, NJ ......................................
Reconstruct highway under a railroad bridge,
Wyoming Ave. from Eagle Pass to Michigan
Avenue, Wayne County ...................................
Construct vehicular bridge over the Burlington
Northern RR at War Bonnet Crossing,
Mannford, OK ..................................................
Construction and Rehabilitation of 13th East
in Sandy City ...................................................
Construct 3.6 miles of Interstate 73 near
Martinsville ......................................................
Maple Valley SR 169 and SR 516 improvements ................................................................
Construct access road to entrances to OpaLocka Airport at Opa-Locka Airport at N.W.
135th Street and N.W. 47th Avenue, including improvements to N.W. 47th Avenue with
median strip, City of Opa-Locka ....................
Expand Redhills Parkway from 2 to 5 lanes
and improve alignment within rights-of-way
in St. George ....................................................
Bethlehem Township, Ohio. Riverland Avenue
Bridge Replacement ........................................
MD 295, BWI Access Improvements .................
Connect Boeckman Road to Tooze Road,
Wilsonville .......................................................
Lincoln Parish, LA/I–20 Transportation Corridor Program ..................................................
FM 937 from SH 164 to FM 3371, Limestone
Co ......................................................................
Construct additional exit ramp access lane
from I–44 to Kings highway and enhance
Shaw Ave. corridor ..........................................
Construction of I–64 Interchange, Harrison
County, Indiana ...............................................
Bridge Replacement at SR 84 and I–90 on
Bishop Road in Willougby Hills, OH .............
Continue Shelby Avenue—Demonbreun Street
project in Nashville .........................................
Construct a bicycle/pedestrian path from
Waunakee to Westport ....................................

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Amount

APPS06

$160,000
$1,000,000
$1,040,000

$1,700,000
$6,800,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$6,400,000
$800,000
$800,000
$7,000,000
$615,680
$800,000

$1,600,000
$4,000,000
$1,040,000
$3,792,000
$800,000
$4,000,000
$1,600,000
$3,856,000
$4,248,000
$400,000
$5,200,000
$1,600,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1361

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2682

CT

2683

TX

2684

CA

2685

MD

2686

GA

2687

PA

2688

FL

2689

NJ

2690

CA

2691

NY

2692

MI

2693
2694

FL
TN

2695

MI

2696

TX

2697

NY

2698

FL

2699

CA

2700

TX

2701

CA

Construct bike and pedestrian paths along
Salem Greenway-Salem, CT ...........................
Construct I–635/35E Interchange in Dallas,
TX .....................................................................
Hwy 199 Narrow Enhancement to reduce active slides that cause significant road closures on primary connecting route from U.S.
101 to I–5 .........................................................
Construction of New Interchange at MD5,
MD373, and Brandywine Road ......................
I–20 West from SR 5 Bill Arp to SR 6—HOV
Lanes ................................................................
Install and construct signals, calming devices
and signs in Mechanicsburg and surrounding municipalities ..................................
44th St. Extension to Golfair Blvd., Jacksonville ...................................................................
Passaic River-Newark Bay Restoration and
Pollution Abatement Project, Route 21,
River Road, CR 510 .........................................
San Gabriel Blvd. and Mission Road Intersection Improvements, San Gabriel ....................
Rehabilitate 125th Street Corridor from Old
Broadway to Marginal Street/Waterfront .....
Repair M–10 corridor from I–696 to downtown
Detroit ..............................................................
Capital Circle Northwest, Tallahassee .............
Installation of Intelligent Transportation System on various major routes in Memphis .....
Planning and Engineering for The American
Road, The Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn ...
Reconstruct Ella/Wheatley from Little York to
West Gulf Bank ...............................................
Implement Improvements for Pedestrian Safety in Richmond County ...................................
Palm Bay Parkway from Emerson Drive to
U.S. 192, Palm Bay, FL ..................................
Construct the Los Angeles River bicycle and
pedestrian path in the San Fernando Valley
Construct Santa Fe Trail DART LR overpass
from Hill St. to Commerce St. along abandoned Santa Fe Rail right-of-way in Dallas ..
Construct Route 101 bicycle/pedestrian overpass at Millbrae Ave. for the San Francisco
Bay Trail ..........................................................
...............................................................................
New Iberia Rail Grade Separation ....................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking and roadway redesign in Ashley Borough, Luzerne County .....................................
Reconstruct Grand Avenue (from Central Ave.
to 59 Ave. W), Central Ave. (from Grand
Ave. to I–35) and Bristol Street (from Central Ave. to Grand Ave), Duluth ....................
Plan and construct a bicycle and pedestrian
trail, Cannon County ......................................

2702
2703
2704

LA
PA

2705

MN

2706

TN

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$3,600,000

$1,800,000
$12,000,000
$5,800,000
$360,000
$1,200,000
$800,000
$160,000
$2,000,000
$800,000
$8,000,000
$1,600,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$600,000
$800,000
$460,000
$800,000
$1,000,000
$0
$1,600,000

$160,000

$600,000
$80,000

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119 STAT. 1362

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

2707

TX

2708

TN

2709

MD

2710

PA

2711
2712

FL
LA

2713

CA

2714
2715

FL
GA

2716

WA

2717

NY

2718

WA

2719

CA

2720

NJ

2721

FL

2722

GA

2723

AL

2724

AZ

2725

MN

2726

IN

2727

NV

2728

NJ

2729
2730

WA
WA

Develop, deploy and integrate municipal ITS
in San Antonio .................................................
Jefferson, Hamblen Counties, Tennessee SR
66 relocation ....................................................
Rehabilitate Pennington Avenue Drawbridge
in Baltimore .....................................................
Construction of I–79 to Mon-Fayette Section of
Southern Beltway, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Springfield Rd. Improvements, Jacksonville ....
Elimination of highway-rail grade crossings
along Louisiana and Delta railroad ...............
Conduct necessary planning and engineering
and implement comprehensive Corridor
Management Plan for Arroyo Seco Historic
Parkway, Los Angeles .....................................
Plant City Traffic Management System ...........
SR 347 widen-new construction from I–985 to
SR 211, Hall County, Georgia ........................
SR 28 and SR 285 Sellar Bridge Improvements: ramp and roadway network improvements at the west end and a new lane on
the Sellar Bridge .............................................
Stabilize Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge and
construct a pedestrian walkway linking the
two sides of the Hudson River, Poughkeepsie
International Mobility and Trade Corridor
Project for Whatcom County ..........................
State Route 76 Road Widening, Melrose Drive
to Interstate 15 ................................................
Streetscape Improvements to Clements Bridge
Road from Newton Avenue to New Jersey
Turnpike, Barrington ......................................
Construct Eastern Connector from SR 417 to
I–95, Volusia and Seminole Counties Florida
Construction of the McIntosh Path on SR 99,
7.15 miles between Darien, Georgia and the
Sapelo Island Visitor Center ..........................
Construction of Sulphur Springs Road Bypass
in City of Hoover, Alabama ............................
Pliocene Cliffs reconstruction between Wikieup
and the Santa Maria River .............................
Construct roadway improvements to CSAH 76,
Little Falls .......................................................
Study alternatives along 2 miles of railroad to
eliminate in-town highway-rail crossings to
improve safety and reduce congestion in
Delaware County .............................................
Design and construct separation of rail-highway crossings in downtown Reno ...................
Maple Shade Township Streetscape Improvements of Mill Road, Rudderow Ave., North
and South Coles Ave. and Schoolhouse Lane
Conduct study for I–5 and SR 503 interchange
Implement Red Mountain Area Vision transportation plan, includes Webber Canyon
Road realignment at existing I–82 KionaBenton interchange and new Red Mountain
I–82 interchange at SR 224 ............................

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Amount

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$2,560,000
$1,600,000
$1,200,000
$1,200,000
$1,200,000
$800,000

$1,120,000
$2,400,000
$8,000,000

$4,000,000
$874,000
$1,040,000
$4,000,000
$400,000
$800,000
$160,000
$4,000,000
$800,000
$851,200

$120,000
$800,000
$800,000
$300,000

$2,800,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1363

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2731

TX

2732

NY

2733

FL

Downtown Streetscape Improvements in Beaumont, Texas .....................................................
Improve Traffic Flow on Lefferts Boulevard by
Rehabilitating Facilities Surrounding LIRR/
Kew Gardens Eastbound Station ...................
Construct reliever road to SR A–1–A in the
City of Deerfield Beach beginning at A–1–A/
Hillsboro Blvd. and ending at A–1–A/NE
2nd Street ........................................................
...............................................................................
SR 52 East Improvements (San Diego) .............
Study to evaluate alternatives in support of an
eventual Astoria bypass, Astoria ...................
Commission a study and report regarding the
construction and designation of a new Interstate linking Savannah, Augusta, and Knoxville ...................................................................
Construction of the St. Albans, Vermont intermodal connector roadway with I–89 for the
City of St. Albans ............................................
I–5/Highway 214 interchange improvements,
Woodburn .........................................................
Construction of transportation facilities at the
Tualatin River Wildlife Refuge ......................
I–80 Rock Springs Marginal ..............................
...............................................................................
Improve safety of a horizontal curve on
Clarksville St. .25 mile north of 275th Road
in Grandview Township, Edgar County, Illinois ...................................................................
Provo Reservoir Canal Trail, Utah ....................
South County Riverfront Access and Trails
Project, Lemay .................................................
Road improvements in the City of Fairbanks ..
Construct Ferry Terminal, Somerset County,
Maryland ..........................................................
Plan and Construct two lanes to SR 6 from SR
342 to Alabama State line ..............................
Construct bypass along Hwy 101 around
Willits, CA to reduce congestion, improve air
quality and enhance economic lifeline of No.
Coast .................................................................
Engineering support to I–5 Joint Powers Authority to widen I–5 freeway and improve
corridor arterials from I–710 to Orange
County line ......................................................
Kerner Ferry Bridge, Jefferson Parish Bayou
Barataria ..........................................................
Renton, WA SR 167 HOV, Strander Boulevard
Connection .......................................................
Sussex County, NJ, Vernon Township, Mountain Creek Rt. 94 Traffic Calming, Ped.
Safety and Traffic Congestion, Circulation
Improvement ....................................................
Linglestown Square, roadway and intersection
improvements, Lower Paxton Township .......
Rehabilitate road including bridges over CSX
tracks in Baltimore .........................................

2734
2735
2736

CA
OR

2737

GA

2738

VT

2739

OR

2740

OR

2741
2742
2743

WY

2744
2745

UT
MO

2746
2747

AK
MD

2748

MS

2749

CA

2750

CA

2751

LA

2752

WA

2753

NJ

2754

PA

2755

MD

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$512,000
$500,000

$800,000
$0
$6,000,000
$248,000

$80,000
$960,000
$800,000
$793,600
$1,520,000
$0

$70,400
$6,750,000
$3,200,000
$5,000,000
$800,000
$2,400,000

$5,600,000

$120,000
$1,680,000
$800,000

$2,800,000
$2,400,000
$2,320,000

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119 STAT. 1364

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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Project Description

2756

WA

2757

TX

2758

CA

2759

MI

2760

OH

2761

MI

Extend 18th Street between 87th Avenue and
NE 192nd Avenue in Vancouver ....................
Implement repairs on Old Pleasanton Road
Bridge in Atascosa County .............................
Hazel Avenue Improvements, U.S. Highway
50 to Madison Avenue ....................................
Menominee County, County Road 557 Bridge
Replacement over the Big Cedar River .........
Massillon, Ohio. Tremont Avenue Bridge Rehabilitation .......................................................
Montmorency County, Reconstruction of County Road 612 from W. County Line to County
Road 491 ..........................................................
...............................................................................
Planning, design and construction of bikeways
and walkway at the City of Santa Fe’s
downtown railyard redevelopment project ....
Streetscape-Bainbridge .......................................
Construct SR 706 Corridor, Susquehanna
County, Pennsylvania .....................................
Town of North Salem reconstruction and repaving of Keeler Lane .....................................
Conduct planning and engineering for U.S. 17
widening and improvements in Hardee
County, Florida ................................................
Traffic Signalization, Matteson .........................
Upgrade Poe Road in Kilmichael, Montgomery
County ..............................................................
Upgrade U.S. 220 to I–73/74 interstate standards in Montgomery County ...........................
U.S. 2/Sultan Basin Road Improvements in
Sultan ...............................................................
...............................................................................
A–1–A Transportation Enhancements, Daytona Beach .......................................................
City of Menominee, Resurface Hattie Street
Bridge deck 250 feet from 9th avenue in Menominee to Riverside Avenue in Marinette,
WI .....................................................................
Construct streetscape improvements near TN
Theater in Knoxville, TN ................................
Emmet County, Ultra thin demonstration
project resurfacing of Mitchell Road from
the City of Petoskey limits east to Division ..
Gowanus Expressway Project ............................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking and roadway redesign in Moosic Borough, Lackawanna County .............................
Expand to 4 lanes on U.S. 278 from I–65 to
U.S. 231 ............................................................
Preconstruction and construction McCarthy
Road, Bell Road to U.S. 45 and 123rd Street
U.S. 45 to 86th Avenue in Palos Park ...........
Riverton: Reconstruct Hwy 26—Main St ..........
Somerville Bicycle Path Improvements—Cedar
Street to Central Street ..................................

2762
2763

NM

2764
2765

GA
PA

2766

NY

2767

FL

2768
2769

IL
MS

2770

NC

2771

WA

2772
2773

FL

2774

MI

2775

TN

2776

MI

2777
2778

NY
PA

2779

AL

2780

IL

2781
2782

WY
MA

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Amount

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$3,200,000
$403,000
$2,400,000
$224,000
$1,216,000
$640,000
$0
$1,600,000
$200,000
$1,600,000
$120,000
$3,200,000
$726,000
$160,000
$1,600,000
$480,000
$0
$800,000

$180,000
$1,600,000
$48,000
$400,000

$160,000
$2,800,000
$713,600
$880,000
$900,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1365

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2783

MI

2784

PA

2785

NY

2786

KY

U.S. 31 improvements and relocation between
Holland and Grand Haven .............................
Replace Messinger Street Bridge in the Borough of Bangor ................................................
Owego, Construct pedestrian waterfront walkway ...................................................................
Reconstruct U.S. 127 from Hustonville Road to
the Mercer County Line, Boyle County .........
...............................................................................
Design and construct access improvements in
North Central Business District, Sacramento ............................................................
Construction of the southbound lane of U.S.
321 bridge replacement over the Catawba
River .................................................................
Grand Lagoon Bridge Replacement Project.
The replacement of a two lane bridge with a
four lane bridge ...............................................
Construct SR 9B Extension, St. Johns County,
Florida ..............................................................
Design and construct a 4-lane highway from
Muscle Shoals, AL to I–10 ..............................
Improve SR 9 Greenfield Corridor, Indiana .....
Interstate 280 Interchange Improvements,
Harrison ...........................................................
Construct Northern Bypass of Somerset, KY
and I–66 from the Cumberland Parkway
west of Somerset, Kentucky to I–75 south of
London, Kentucky ...........................................
Preliminary Engineer, Design, and Construct
improvements to Virginia Beach Blvd. in
Virginia Beach and Norfolk ............................
Fayette County, Pennsylvania, State Road 21
Improvements ..................................................
Replacement of Waldo-Hancock Bridge ............
Reconstruct and widen Homer St. and Chase
Ave. in Waterbury from Waterville Ave. to
Nottingham Terrace ........................................
Construct new east-west road from the intersection of Beeline Highway and PGA Boulevard west to Seminole Pratt Whitney Road ..
Enhance West Silver Spring Ave. with lighting
enhancement,
crosswalk
improvements,
sign-age, landscaping, Milwaukee .................
Completion of 1.6 mile trail network in the
Utica Marsh, NY .............................................
Construct I–635/I–30 Interchange, Dallas,
Texas ................................................................
Establish transportation museum on Navy
Pier, Chicago ....................................................
Establish I–15 Interchange at Nisqualli and
Mojave River crossing in San Bernardino
County ..............................................................
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
Secure Station, Boston ....................................
Construct bridges on SR 710 in Palm Beach
County ..............................................................
Reconstruct intersection of SR 51 and Franklin Ave, Beaver County ...................................

2787
2788

CA

2789

NC

2790

FL

2791

FL

2792

AL

2793
2794

IN
NJ

2795

KY

2796

VA

2797

PA

2798
2799

ME
CT

2800

FL

2801

WI

2802

NY

2803

TX

2804

IL

2805

CA

2806

MA

2807

FL

2808

PA

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$800,000
$1,000,000
$1,200,000
$0
$6,400,000
$5,440,000
$5,200,000
$3,520,000
$800,000
$400,000
$8,000,000

$28,000,000
$1,200,000
$1,600,000
$11,000,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$320,000
$99,200
$12,000,000
$400,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,720,000

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119 STAT. 1366

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

2809

NJ

2810

OR

2811

CA

2812

CA

2813

CA

2814
2815

MA
WI

2816

AR

2817

PA

2818

IL

2819

CA

2820

MA

2821

CA

2822

WI

2823

GA

2824
2825

TN
GA

2826

CA

2827

WA

2828

CA

2829

MD

2830

TN

2831

MO

2832

PA

Rehabilitation existing structure at the Bridge
Street bridge over the CSX Railroad Trenton
Line in Manville, NJ .......................................
Repair and recoat logging bridge over Highway 99 E, Canby .............................................
San Gabriel Blvd. Rehabilitation Project—
Broadway to Las Tunas, San Gabriel ............
Signal upgrades on Avenida de las Flores,
Melinda Road, Avenida de las Banderas,
and Alma Aldea, Rancho Santa Margarita,
California .........................................................
Construct State Route 905 to connect the Otay
Mesa Port of Entry to Interstate 805, San
Diego .................................................................
Crosby Drive Improvement Project ...................
Construct North Shore Extension of Friendship State Trail, Calumet and Winnebago
Counties, Wisconsin ........................................
Construct and rehabilitate Fayetteville Expressway Economic Development Corridor ...
Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, construction
of the Freeport Bridge ....................................
Road extension for Redco Drive to Skyline
Drive, Williamson County ..............................
Rosecrans Avenue and Bridge Arterial Reconstruction Project, Compton .............................
Canalside Rail Trail Construction of the
Canalside Rail Trail, Deerfield and Montague .................................................................
Conduct study and construct Daggett Road,
Port of Stockton, CA, Access Project ..............
Construct a bicycle/pedestrian path, and two
bridges across Starkweather Creek, Madison
Construct City of Fayetteville, Ga. School Access Bike Ped Project ......................................
Sevier County, Tennessee SR 449 extension ....
SR 133 south bound lane bridge replacement
over the Georgia Florida Railnet line,
Dougherty County ...........................................
Construct grade separation on State Street
and Cajon Boulevard along BNSF tracks in
San Bernardino ...............................................
Construct SR 9 Pedestrian Overpass in Arlington .....................................................................
Implement streetscape improvements along
Wilbur Avenue to enhance traffic and pedestrian safety .......................................................
I–95, I–495, MD5 Branch Avenue Metro Access ...................................................................
Improving Vehicle Efficiencies at At-Grade
highway-Railroad Crossing in Loudon, TN ...
I–470, I–435 and Rt. 71 Completion of Interstate realignment ............................................
Ridge Avenue Revitalization project in conjunction with Roxborough Dev. Corp. for scenic enhancements and pedestrian safety improvements along a heavily traveled thoroughfare ...........................................................

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$800,000
$120,000
$160,000

$100,160
$12,000,000
$800,000
$350,000
$5,000,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$3,200,000
$800,000
$7,200,000
$1,600,000
$500,000
$800,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$880,000
$80,000
$3,200,000
$45,600
$2,400,000

$800,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1367

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2833

PA

2834

AR

2835

CA

2836

NY

2837
2838

IA
PA

2839

NJ

2840
2841

IL
FL

2842
2843

TX
CA

2844

VA

2845

GA

2846

GA

2847

OH

2848
2849

WV
CA

2850

MA

2851

MI

2852
2853

VA
PA

2854

NJ

2855

OH

2856
2857

CA
IL

2858

MN

2859
2860

FL
UT

2861

CA

Corridor improvements for PA 72 from PA 283
to PA Turnpike ................................................
Construction of I–49, Highway 71: Highway 22
to Highway 71 near Jenny Lind ....................
Provide landscape enhancement of an existing
open culvert on Atherton Street, Long Beach
Rehabilitate Guy Lombardo Avenue and construct drainage improvements and new sidewalks and curb cuts in Freeport, NY ............
I–35 interchange improvements, Ankeny .........
Improve Freemansburg Avenue and its intersections at Route 33 ........................................
Pedestrian facilities and street lighting on
Route 551 from Route 130 to Chestnut
Street, Brooklawn ............................................
I–57 and I–294 Interchange ...............................
New Kings Rd. Pedestrian Overpass and Enhancements, Jacksonville ...............................
Grimes Co., TX Bridge Improvement Project ...
Crenshaw Blvd. Rehabilitation, Maricopa St.
to Sepulveda Blvd., City of Torrance .............
Engineering and Right-of-Way for Interstate
73 in Roanoke County .....................................
Johnson Ferry Road Glenridge Drive Widening, Abernathy Road to Hammond Drive ..
Install walkways, bridges, lighting, landscaping in Water Works Park and south
along river through Ocmulgee Monument
and Central City Park ....................................
Intersection improvements and related road
improvements in the City of Chardon, OH ...
Construct Coalfields Expressway ......................
Improve pedestrian and biking trails within
East Bay Regional Park District, Contra
Costa County ...................................................
Berkshire County Bike Paths, Design and
Construction ....................................................
Ogemaw County, Overlay of Fairview Road to
improve network of all-season truck routes ..
Old Mill Road Extension ....................................
Construct Campbelltown Connector, Lebanon
County ..............................................................
Construct Rt. 40 Reconstruction from Rt. 77 to
Elmer Lake, Elmer, Salem County ................
Design and Construct Riverwalk and adjacent
facilities, Warren, Trumbull Co .....................
Realign SR 4 within the City of Oakley ............
Construct recreational trail from Spring Creek
Forest Preserve to Greene Valley Forest
Preserve in DuPage County, IL .....................
Construct trail link between Bruce Vento Regional Trail and Mississippi River Corridor
in St. Paul ........................................................
Construct Interstate-4/Crosstown Connector ...
Add lights to road from Halchita to Mexican
Hat on the Navajo Nation ..............................
Construct off ramp at Interstate 8/Imperial
Avenue Interchange, El Centro ......................

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$6,000,000
$1,200,000
$956,000
$4,000,000
$1,600,000
$320,000
$2,400,000
$1,600,000
$400,000
$800,000
$1,200,000
$2,000,000

$6,160,000
$489,600
$5,760,000
$800,000
$4,000,000
$295,680
$800,000
$2,000,000
$2,400,000
$1,200,000
$1,600,000
$320,000
$1,200,000
$800,000
$200,000
$2,400,000

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119 STAT. 1368

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

2862

VA

2863

NC

2864
2865

TX
PA

2866

MN

2867

NY

2868
2869

NY
NJ

2870

IL

2871
2872

NJ
AL

2873

OH

2874

NC

2875

NY

2876

NC

2877

WA

2878
2879

OR
IL

2880
2881
2882

NY
ME
CA

2883

CA

2884

KS

2885

CA

2886

MA

2887
2888

AL
WI

2889

OH

2890
2891

MD
MA

Cranesnest Trail—Construction of hiking,
biking, horse trail from Route 83 to
Cranesnest Campground ................................
Durham and Chatham Counties, NC Completion of American Tobacco Trail ......................
Austin to Manor Rail Trail, Texas ....................
Eliminate existing rail line in Indian, PA to
eliminate 37 at grade crossings and reconstruct the line outside the town from Glenn
Lock to Middletown .........................................
Extend Cuyuna Range and Great River Road
Trails, Aitkin ...................................................
Conduct planning, engineering, and eventual
construction of Rt. 5 in City of Oneida, from
Seneca St. to county line ................................
Great Neck Road Traffic Calming Project ........
Design and construct new streetscape through
Irvington Center ..............................................
Construct connector road between Collinsville
Rd. to IL 3/North 1st St, St. Clair County ....
Carteret, NJ Ferry Service Terminal ................
Construct I–10/U.S. 231 Connector from
Dothan, AL to Florida .....................................
Bicycle Paths for the Magic Mile in Willougby,
OH ....................................................................
Construct I–73/I–74 in Montgomery County
and Richmond County, North Carolina .........
Construct Phase II I–90 Connector ITS Laboratory in Rensselaer County .........................
Design and Construction of the Airport Area
Roadway Network, High Point .......................
Engineering and Construction of the Centennial Trail in Snohomish ..................................
I–5 Beltline Interchange ....................................
Extension North from Rt. 30 to Wheeler Road
and Galena Boulevard extension west of Rt.
47 in Sugar Grove, IL .....................................
Newburgh, Improve East End Roads ................
Construction of the Kennebec River Rail Trail
Construct Bristol Street multimodal corridor
in Santa Ana ....................................................
Construct pedestrian sidewalk enhancements
in Bellflower .....................................................
Improvement and expansion for 2.7 miles of
K18 in Geary County ......................................
I–110/SR 47/Harbor Blvd. Interchange Improvements, San Pedro ...................................
Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge, Design and
construction of a Visitor Contact Station ......
Pedestrian Improvements for Pell City, AL .....
Rehabilitate Highway 51 between CTH S and
U.S. 8 in Lincoln County ................................
Rehabilitate tunnel and bridge on National
Road Bikeway in St. Clairsville .....................
Pennington Ave. Drawbridge, Baltimore ..........
Rehabilitation and paving of Parker River
Road ..................................................................

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$520,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000

$3,200,000
$320,000
$400,000
$320,000
$800,000
$4,800,000
$1,680,000
$2,400,000
$640,000
$14,400,000
$4,800,000
$2,240,000
$800,000
$20,000,000
$3,808,000
$1,490,800
$400,000
$2,800,000
$400,000
$11,600,000
$4,000,000
$1,500,000
$266,666
$1,600,000
$700,000
$800,000
$200,000

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119 STAT. 1369

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2892

MN

2893

OH

2894
2895
2896

PA
TX
TN

2897
2898
2899

OR
AL
CO

2900

WA

2901

OH

2902
2903

IL
NY

2904

TN

2905

TN

2906

CA

2907

HI

2908

ID

2909

NJ

2910
2911

WA
KY

2912

UT

2913

IL

2914

VA

2915

NJ

2916

IL

2917
2918

AR
OH

2919
2920
2921

PA
MD
MD

Reconstruct CSAH 7 between Itasca CR 341
and the Scenic State Park entrance to improve safety and structural integrity .............
Grading, paving, roads for the transfer of rail
to truck for the intermodal facility at Rickenbacker Airport ..............................................
Relocation of PA 52 at Longwood Gardens .......
Construct Interstate 35 improvements in Buda
Improve streetscape and signage, McMinn
County, TN ......................................................
Culvert Replacement, Sweet Home ...................
AL 5 Widening in Bibb County ..........................
Design and build a multimodal corridor on
U.S. 36 ..............................................................
Development of highway-rail crossings in Spokane County, WA and Kootenai County, ID
Acquire right-of-way land along U.S. 24, Lucas
County ..............................................................
Improve Streets, Westchester ............................
Enhance road and transportation facilities in
the vicinity of W. 65th St. and Broadway,
New York City .................................................
Construction of Knob Creek Road in Washington County, Tennessee ...............................
Improve streetscape and pavement repair,
Loudon County, TN .........................................
Improvement of intersection at Inglewood Ave.
and Marine Ave. to reduce congestion, City
of Lawndale .....................................................
Interstate
Route
H1
rehabilitation,
Kaahumanu Street to Kaimakani Street ......
Construct Interchange on I–84 at Ten Mile
Rd., Meridian, Idaho .......................................
Pedestrian facilities and street lighting on
Haddon Avenue from Voorhees Township
Line to Bate Avenue, Berlin Township .........
267th Street NW Pedestrian Path in Stanwood
Replace U.S. 68 and U.S. 150 Bridge over
Chaplin River, Perryville ................................
Geveva Rd-Provo Center Street, Orem 1600
North to I–15 FWY, Provo-widen from 2 to 4
lanes .................................................................
Construction of a new roadway and grade separation of the UP West Line east of Elburn
Haymarket, VA. Washington Street improvements ................................................................
Improvements to implement the Readington
Tewksbury Transportation Improvement
District .............................................................
Allow IDOT to proceed with engineering and
construction of Airport-Lockport Rd. and Illinois Route 126 interchanges on I–55 .............
Caraway Bridge Overpass ..................................
Construction of an Intermodal Facility at University Circle in the City of Cleveland ..........
Jeannette Truck Route .......................................
MD45, Cavan to Ridgley Roads .........................
MD 30 Hampstead Bypass .................................

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$2,560,000
$5,200,000
$960,000
$1,000,000
$240,000
$130,000
$2,400,000
$4,000,000
$800,000
$800,000
$224,000
$2,000,000
$400,000
$240,000
$2,600,000
$5,944,000
$1,600,000
$277,696
$480,000
$600,000
$6,000,000
$7,600,000
$400,000
$400,000
$1,600,000
$7,200,000
$400,000
$400,000
$4,416,000
$800,000

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119 STAT. 1370

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

2922

MI

2923

OH

2924

CT

2925

NY

2926
2927

NY
CT

2928

SC

2929

NJ

Monroe Area Highway-Railway Crossing Improvements, City of Monroe ...........................
Conduct study of new interchange at Routes
161/37 and Cherry Valley Road in Licking
County, Ohio ....................................................
Enfield, Connecticut make improvements to
South Maple Street Bridge .............................
Conduct studies, if necessary, and construct
infrastructure projects for Governor’s Island
Harlem River Park and Bikeway ......................
Make Improvements to Plainfield Cemetery
Road ..................................................................
Construct grade separation and interchange
improvements at U.S. 521, Lancaster County .......................................................................
Replacement of the Magnolia Avenue Bridge
over Routes 1 and 9 ........................................
...............................................................................
Resurfacing of Frazho Road in Roseville ..........
Construct 213th Street pedestrian bridge to
provide safe passage for pedestrians and
wheelchairs, Carson ........................................
Conduct impact studies for Missouri River
Bridge siting in Kansas City, MO ..................
Construction of Lenwood Road Grade Separation in Barstow, CA .........................................
Improvements to Frankford Avenue from
Cottman Avenue to Harbison Avenue ...........
Revelop Hazeldell Road, Hamilton County, Indiana .................................................................
Road Improvements and upgrades to service
road areas and miscellaneous projects within Northstar Borough ......................................
Rehabilitation or replacement of highway-rail
grade separations along the West Central
Ohio Port Authority route in Champaign
and Clark Counties .........................................
Otsego County, Resurfacing and widening of
Parmater Rd ....................................................
Realign West Main Street through Kelso .........
Reconstruct State Route 109 from I–40 in Wilson County to Portland in Sumner County ...
Redesigning the intersection of U.S. 322/High
Street and Rosedale Ave .................................
Replacement of the Indian River Inlet Bridge,
Sussex County, Delaware ...............................
Construct link from I–95 to I–10 through Clay
County with terminus points SR 23 to CAR
739B .................................................................
Construct ramps and new bridge over Interstate 35 at CSAH 17, and reconstruct CSAH
17 from west County Line to CSAH 30,
Chisago County ...............................................
Conduct multimodal study of Route 8 corridor
between Beacon Falls-Seymour town line
and Exit 40 ......................................................

2930
2931
2932

MI
CA

2933

MO

2934

CA

2935

PA

2936

IN

2937

AK

2938

OH

2939

MI

2940
2941

WA
TN

2942

PA

2943

DE

2944

FL

2945

MN

2946

CT

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Amount

APPS06

$5,120,000

$2,000,000
$2,328,000
$3,200,000
$800,000
$160,000

$800,000
$800,000
$0
$1,024,000

$800,000
$4,000,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$800,000

$5,000,000

$288,000
$294,400
$2,000,000
$800,000
$1,200,000
$4,800,000

$4,000,000

$5,616,595

$800,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1371

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2947

AR

2948

AZ

2949

NY

2950

NY

2951

NY

2952

AL

2953

PA

2954

IL

2955

VA

2956

PA

2957

PA

2958
2959

IN
MI

2960
2961

MA
IL

2962

AZ

2963

MI

2964
2965

PA
CA

2966

OH

2967

OR

2968

GA

2969
2970
2971

WA
IL
MI

Hwy 65 improvements in Van Buren County,
including construction of passing lanes,
bridge improvements, intersection improvements and other roadway improvements ......
Scott Ranch Road. Navajo County—Connect
White Mountain Road (SR 260) and Penrod
Road (SR 77) ....................................................
Construction of Pedestrian and Bike Trail
campus access and improvements, St.
Bonaventure, NY .............................................
Eastern
Laurelton
Area
Improvements,
Queens, New York ...........................................
Bicycle and pedestrian safety improvements,
Main Street, Riverhead ...................................
Construct County Road 83 corridor from Foley
Beach Express to I–10 ....................................
Design and construct improvements to PA 465
from Walnut Bottom Rd. to PA 641 and at
I–81 Exit 44 .....................................................
Reconstruct and Widen Route 60 Bridge over
I–94 in Lake Forest .........................................
Improve
Downtown
Staunton,
Virginia,
Streetscape .......................................................
Route 322 Halls Run Upgrades from the intersection of Horsecreek Road to Mapleshade
Road—Venango County ..................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking and roadway redesign in Wilkes-Barre ...
SR 56 Reconstruction, Aurora, Indiana ............
Study and implement transportation system
alternatives in the vicinity of U.S. 31/M 46 ..
Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation ......................
For Village of Bolingbrook to construct Remington Blvd. extension ....................................
Design and Construction of Rio Salado Pedestrian Bridge in Tempe, AZ .............................
Study to determine replacement options for
obsolete and structurally deteriorating
bridge (Trenton-Grosse Isle Bridge) including approach roadways, Charter County of
Wayne ...............................................................
Mount Joy Bridge Replacement on Route 230
Modifies 9 traffic signals between Willow Road
and Middlefield Road and Hamilton Avenue,
Menlo Park ......................................................
Summit County Engineer Reconstruct Access
Roads to Cuyahoga Valley National Park .....
To study the feasibility of widening Hwy 26
from the Hwy 217 interchange to the
Cornelius Pass exit ..........................................
Athens-Clarke County Greenway Enhancement Project .....................................................
Improve Wahkiakum County Ferry landing ....
Irving Park Bridge over the Chicago River ......
Design, right-of-way and construction of passing relief lanes and improvements necessary
on M–55, between M–37 and M–115 .............

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$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$500,000
$6,880,000
$1,200,000
$8,000,000
$3,096,400
$9,000,000
$1,200,000
$1,360,000

$2,000,000
$4,096,000
$2,800,000
$3,000,000
$400,000
$2,400,000

$3,200,000
$360,000
$240,000
$400,000
$992,000
$1,856,000
$250,000
$3,200,000
$1,760,000

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119 STAT. 1372

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

2972

NE

2973

TX

2974

NY

2975

MN

2976
2977

IN
TX

2978

CA

2979

PA

2980

VA

2981

UT

2982

VA

2983

MI

2984

TX

Design, right-of-way and construction of South
and West Beltway in Lincoln, Nebraska .......
Tower 55 CMAQ Congestion and Preliminary
Engineering Study ..........................................
Town of Chester, Lake Hill Farms subdivision
road improvements ..........................................
Improvements on TH 169 east and west of
East Two Rivers Crossing and TH 135 from
Enterprise Drive to TH 169 ............................
Reconstruct Standard Avenue, Whiting ............
Barron Rd. Interchange at SH 6 (Earl Rudder
Freeway) College Station ................................
Develop conceptual master plan to improve
the efficiency of transportation facilities, Covina ...................................................................
Transportation enhancements along the Delaware Canal between Yardley, PA and Bristol, PA ...............................................................
Upgrade DOT crossing #467661K to constant
warning time devices ......................................
Add lighting on Highway 262 on the Navajo
Nation in Aneth ...............................................
Chestnut Mountain Road—Feasibility study,
design, and construction start for road improvement on National Forest lands .............
Construction of roads and trails Humbug
Marsh Unit Linked Greenways System, Detroit International Wildlife Refuge ................
Construct access road connecting Port of Beaumont property on east bank of Neches River
to I–10 access road east of the Neches River
...............................................................................
Lexington County, widen U.S. 1 and SC 6, and
improve U.S. 1, SC 6, and U.S. 378 ...............
Midlothian Road Signalization, Lake Zurich ....
Glen Alton—Design and construction of recreation trails, access and visitor information
center ................................................................
Expansion of Cass Avenue in Clinton Township ...................................................................
Bromley Lane and U.S. 85 interchange feasibility study and construction of needed improvements .......................................................
Constructing Chestertown Trail, Chestertown,
MD ....................................................................
Eastern Peoria Bypass and (Ring Road) study
and land acquisition ........................................
Conduct planning and engineering for Mayo
Bridge in Richmond ........................................
Elevation of road and construction of drainage
improvements on Sequams Lane Center and
Sequams Lane West in the Town of Islip,
NY .....................................................................
Improvements to San Juan County Road 7950
116th St/Interstate 5 Interchange Reconstruction in Marysville ............................................

2985
2986

SC

2987
2988

IL
VA

2989

MI

2990

CO

2991

MD

2992

IL

2993

VA

2994

NY

2995
2996

NM
WA

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Amount

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$3,200,000
$1,600,000
$120,000

$1,772,800
$1,040,000
$2,400,000

$172,000

$2,400,000
$137,360
$175,000

$400,000

$880,000

$1,440,000
$0
$1,600,000
$480,000

$800,000
$7,355,200

$664,000
$240,000
$2,400,000
$1,600,000

$556,000
$800,000
$1,400,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1373

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

2997

SC

2998

PA

2999

PA

3000

CA

3001

NY

3002

WA

3003

CO

3004

PA

3005

MN

3006
3007
3008

HI
KY
NM

3009

OH

3010

TX

3011

FL

3012

NY

3013
3014

IL
NY

3015

NY

3016

PA

3017

UT

3018

CA

3019

IL

3020

AK

3021

SC

Construction of public roads at the International Center for Automotive Research
and reconstruction of Fairforest Way in
Greenville, South Carolina .............................
Provide 4 through-lanes on PA 100 by constructing two thru lanes to the east of Ludwigs Corner ......................................................
Completion of construction of final 2 ramps of
I–79 interchange with Parkway West; widening of 1 mile of Parkway West leading to
ramps ................................................................
Diamond Bar, CA Grand Avenue Rehabilitation ....................................................................
Reconfigure intersection of Ridge Street and
Hallocks Mill Road and install new traffic
signal ................................................................
Guard Street Reconstruction Project in Friday
Harbor ..............................................................
Roadway widening and interchange rebuilding
on I–225 from I–70 to Parker Road ...............
Roosevelt Boulevard improvements by the
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
Construct Paul Bunyan Trail Walker to
Bemidji Segment .............................................
Upgrades to Farrington Highway ......................
U.S. 41A Phase II Design and Right-of-Way ....
U.S. 54 Corona, Tularosa, and Vaughn Bridges
Replacement and Rehabilitation ....................
Construction of access road along east side of
SR 8 in Summit County, OH ..........................
U.S. 281 from Brooks County Line to FM
3066, Brooks County .......................................
Construction of an interchange at Florida’s
Turnpike and Stirling Rd. in Broward County .......................................................................
Construction of the City of Watertown
Streetscape Enhancement Project .................
Improve Streets, Merrionette Park ...................
Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety in
the vicinity of St. Roberts Bellarmine ...........
Rebuild Queens Plaza, a 250-foot wide roadway
on
the
eastern
end
of
the
Queensborough Bridge ....................................
Upgrade circuit for gates and lights at Seventh Street in Emmaus, PA USDOT crossing number 592401H to constant warning
time devices .....................................................
SR 158 Improvements, Pine View Dam, Weber
County, Utah ...................................................
Valley Boulevard Capacity Improvement between 710 Freeway and Marguerita Avenue,
Alhambra .........................................................
Offramp and overpass from I–57 outside of
Marion and necessary connector roads ..........
Construction of and improvements to roads at
Alaska Pacific University ...............................
Upgrade of the I–95/SC 327 Interchange near
Florence ............................................................

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$4,000,000

$1,600,000
$1,280,000
$600,000
$640,000
$5,976,000
$3,200,000
$560,000
$800,000
$3,200,000
$800,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$4,431,167
$2,400,000
$480,000
$250,000
$6,400,000

$220,000
$1,680,000
$1,600,000
$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$6,000,000

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119 STAT. 1374

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

3022

CA

3023
3024

OR
MI

3025

NY

3026

SD

3027
3028

FL
MI

3029

AR

3030

AR

3031

TX

3032

PA

3033

IL

3034

TX

3035
3036
3037
3038

MS
IL
LA
FL

3039

MI

3040

NC

3041
3042

NC
OR

3043

MI

3044
3045
3046
3047

NY
IL
MI
UT

3048
3049

MD
OH

3050
3051

RI
UT

3052

MA

3053

MI

Valley View/Stage Grade Separation Project,
La Mirada and Santa Fe Springs, California
Renewal of Wooden Bridge West of Albany ......
Northville, Taft Road from 8 Mile North to
city limits .........................................................
Village of Pawling Rehabilitation of Grandview Ave. from Lakeside to end .....................
Pave and curb Cheyenne River Tribe Route
900, ‘‘Chinatown’’ in Eagle Butte ...................
Church Street Improvements, Orlando .............
Walled Lake, Widen Maple Road, west of
Decker to Welch ..............................................
Washington County, Arkansas—Replace and
rebuild Tilly Willy Bridge ...............................
Russellville Intermodal Facility construct access roads from AR Hwy 247, purchase
Right-of-Way ....................................................
Construct IH 30 Monty Stratton Parkway
Interchange in Greenville, TX ........................
Design and Construction of Portzer Road Connector, Bucks County ......................................
For Plainfield Township Park District to construct DuPage River Bike and Pedestrian
Trail linking Grand Illinois, Midewin, and
I&M Canal Trails ............................................
Pedestrian Path and Sidewalk Improvements
along U.S. 83 in Rio Grande City ..................
Upgrade roads at Tougaloo College ...................
Washington Street Widening, Gurnee ..............
Replacement Bridge for Tunnel, Belle Chasse
Implement Busch Boulevard corridor improvements to improve safety in Tampa ................
Construction of Pittsfield Greenways Bridge—
Non-motorized bridge enhancement onto existing Bemis Road Bridge, Pittsfield Charter
Township ..........................................................
North Carolina. Repair and improve safety
features on U.S. Highway 19 from Maggie
Valley to Cherokee ..........................................
Northern Loop Project, City of Wilson ..............
Weaver Road Extension and Bridge Project,
Douglas County ...............................................
Complete 58 miles of White Pine Trail from
Grand Rapids to Cadillac ...............................
Elmira Congestion Mitigation ............................
Improve Roads and Bridges, Cicero ..................
Carlysle Road Reconstruction, Inkster ..............
Construct pedestrian safety project on the
Navajo Nation in Montezuma Creek .............
Construct MD5, Hughesville Bypass .................
Repair and Construct Rock Spring Bridge,
Portage County ................................................
Replace I–195 Washington Bridge Eastbound
Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge Access Road
Improvements, Box Elder County, UT ..........
Reconstruction of Union St. and Rt. 138W,
Holbrook ...........................................................
Replacement of the interchange at 44th Street
and U.S. 131 in Grand Rapids .......................

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$720,000
$7,500,000
$400,000
$80,000
$1,200,000
$11,200,000
$100,000
$800,000
$2,000,000
$1,200,000
$1,600,000

$80,000
$400,000
$400,000
$2,688,000
$400,000
$2,000,000

$160,800
$11,360,000
$800,000
$17,000,000
$2,240,000
$1,800,000
$1,200,000
$2,000,000
$325,000
$8,000,000
$500,000
$1,600,000
$3,600,000
$1,220,000
$7,200,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1375

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3054

OH

3055

GA

3056

IL

3057

MI

3058

VA

3059

OH

3060

DC

3061

MI

3062

CA

3063

NY

3064

WI

3065

NJ

3066

CA

3067

CA

3068

IL

3069

CA

3070

OH

3071

AZ

3072

OK

3073

SC

3074

CA

3075

GA

3076

NY

Construct interchange improvements at SR 46
and 82 in Howland Township, Trumbull Co
Widen and construct U.S. 84 Connector Bypass from west of U.S. 84 SR 119 west of
Hinesville to U.S. 84 SR 196 south of
Flemington, Liberty County, Georgia ............
Project is a stand-alone roadway improvement
consisting of the complete reconstruction of
the roadway, The Village of Forest Park ......
Jackson Freeway Modernization Project. I–94
Modernization Project from Michigan State
Route 60 [M60] easterly to Sargent Road .....
Smart Travel and Traffic Management Systems in Salem and Staunton District, Virginia ..................................................................
Construct Great Miami River Multi-Use Trail,
Miami County, Ohio ........................................
Rock Creek Recreational Trail study to assess
feasibility of constructing recreation trail .....
Study road runoff in Little Black Creek between U.S. 31 and Seaway Drive ...................
Conducts environmental review of proposed
improvements related to the connection of
Dumbarton Bridge to Highway 101 ...............
Construction of and improvements to Union
Road in West Seneca .......................................
Upgrade I–43 between State Highway 140 and
East County Line in Rock County, Wisconsin ...............................................................
Separation of the intersection of 13th Street
and the Lehigh Rail Line through bridge or
tunnel in Manville, NJ ....................................
Construct parking facility and improve access
to Imperial Valley Expo ..................................
Develop bicycle paths and pedestrian access to
Third Avenue, Chula Vista .............................
Upgrade County Highways 18 and 22 in conjunction with State I–57 interchange plan
north of Mattoon .............................................
Widen and Reconfigure Sepulveda and Culver
Boulevards, Culver City ..................................
Construct interchange or other appropriate access on IR 70 west of existing mall road exit
in Belmont County ..........................................
Widen and expand the existing roadway and
railroad overpass in the Houghton Road
Corridor ............................................................
Construction of Duncan Bypass Grade Separation ....................................................................
Pine Needles Widening and Bridge Replacement .................................................................
Olsen Road widening and roadway improvements in Simi Valley, California ....................
Streetscape project to upgrade sidewalks,
lighting and streets, Jeffersonville ................
Implement Diamond Grinding Measures on I–
95, I–278, Mosholu Parkway, I–495, Grand
Central Parkway, and Richmond Parkway ...

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$450,000

$2,400,000
$800,000
$12,800,000
$400,000
$1,016,000
$800,000
$320,000
$400,000
$800,000
$2,400,000
$844,000
$302,000
$240,000
$1,600,000
$2,192,000
$6,935,000
$4,000,000
$2,400,000
$1,600,000
$1,680,000
$500,000
$700,000

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119 STAT. 1376

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

3077

MD

3078

WA

3079

WI

3080

LA

3081
3082
3083

NY
NY
OH

3084

MS

3085

CA

3086

CA

3087

OR

3088

LA

3089
3090

GA
KY

3091

OH

3092

CA

3093

TN

3094

PA

3095

GA

3096

OH

3097
3098

OR
CA

3099

CA

3100

OH

3101

NM

3102

NJ

3103

LA

3104

PA

Upgrade Conduit System for Traffic Signal
Systems, Street Lighting, and Traffic-related
Video Cameras for Baltimore .........................
5th Street/US 2 Signalization Improvements
in Sultan ..........................................................
Implementation of recommendations contained
in 2005 Safe Routes to School in Superior
plan ...................................................................
Widen and improve LaPalco Boulevard from
Westwood Drive to U.S. 90, Jefferson Parish
Realign Kirk Lake Drive in Carmel ..................
Town of Somers road reconstruction .................
Upgrade grade crossing safety devices in Elyria and North Ridgeville ..................................
Widen and improve Martin Bluff Road,
Gautier .............................................................
Widen and reconstruct Washington Blvd. from
westerly city boundary at Vernon to I–5 Fwy
at Telegraph Rd. in Commerce ......................
San Diego, CA Interstate 5, Sorrento Valley
Road and Genesee Avenue Interchange
Project ..............................................................
Widen I–5 between Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington .........................................
North-South Corridor from Houma/Thibodaux
to I–10 ..............................................................
Warren County I–20 Frontage Road .................
Widen KY 11 from U.S. 460 to the Mount
Sterling Bypass, Montgomery County ...........
Traffic and safety improvements to county
roadways in Geauga County, OH ..................
Develop bicycle paths and public park space
adjacent to the New River, Calexico ..............
Construction of the Foothills Parkway in the
Great Smoky Mountains National Park ........
Improvements to Torresdale Avenue from
Harbison Avenue to Cottman Avenue ...........
Butner Road and Stonewall Tell Road, Fulton
County ..............................................................
Construction of highway-rail grade separations
at intersections in Lima to improve motorist
and pedestrian safety ......................................
Siuslaw River Bridge, Florence .........................
Construct Cypress Avenue over-pass to separate Interstate 10 and Union Pacific Railroad tracks in Fontana ...................................
Modify and reconfigure Kanan Road interchange along U.S. 101 in Agoura Hills .........
Upgrade and widen intersection for SR 14 in
Washingtonville ...............................................
Upgrade NM 434 from Mora north to Black
Lake ..................................................................
Upgrade of Turnpike/Route 440 Interchange in
Bayonne ............................................................
Widen LA 18 from Northrup Grumman/
Avondale Shipyards to U.S. 90, Jefferson
Parish ...............................................................
Widen PA 896 between Strasburg Borough
and U.S. 30 ......................................................

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Amount

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$960,000
$80,000
$480,000
$3,200,000
$88,000
$400,000
$761,600
$2,400,000
$2,400,000
$1,600,000
$3,200,000
$4,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$456,000
$4,000,000
$7,500,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$2,600,000
$4,250,000
$2,400,000
$4,000,000
$800,000
$1,200,000
$3,200,000
$2,000,000
$960,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1377

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3105

MI

3106

PA

3107

KY

Eliminate major roadway on Cleary University
campus and establish a new roadway ...........
Reconstruction of 11 mile segment of the
Lower Trail between Williamsport and Mt
Edna, Blair County, Pa ...................................
Construction
of
interchange
connecting
US31W to I–65 at mile marker 32 in Warren County .......................................................
...............................................................................
Install Sugar Creek Road Grade Separation,
Charlotte ..........................................................
Improvements to LA 46 in St. Bernard Parish
Construct Hoham Drive Extension in Plymouth, Indiana ...................................................
Construct turn lane on Gateway Boulevard,
Cottage Grove ..................................................
Replace Unitia Bridge in Loudon County, TN
Replacement of Robertson Bridge in Danville ..
Public Improvements to Springfield Symphony
Hall ...................................................................
Realign Union Valley Road in Town of Carmel
Village of Pawling Improvements to Reservoir
Road from State Rt. 22 to Prospect St ..........
Build connector between SR 609 and State
Highway 15 near I–10, Jackson and Harrison Counties ..................................................
I–70 West Mountain Corridor, Denver to Garfield County .....................................................
Completion of Interstate 5 and Interstate 8
Connectors, San Diego ....................................
Construct U.S. 1 interchange at CR 210, St.
Johns County, Florida .....................................
Construct roadway improvement project along
State Routes 37 and 78 through Fairfield,
Perry, Morgan, Noble, Monroe Counties .......
Construct I–57 Bridge Overpass, City of Markham ...................................................................
Design, plan and build a permanent pedestrian/bicycle path along the banks of the
Elizabeth River ................................................
Improve the U.S. Interstate 78 Interchange at
Exit 15 in Franklin Township, Union Township, and Town of Clinton ..............................
Reconstruct Rosecrans Ave. and construct bus
pads from Garfield Ave. to Century Blvd. in
Paramount .......................................................
Bristol, Tennessee highway-RR crossing grade
improvement—USDOT#731120J ...................
Glenwood Springs South Bridge (new, off-system bridge) .......................................................
Improvements of Newark and First Streets in
Hoboken ...........................................................
Feasibility Study to construct a bridge over
the Muskingum River in the vicinity of
McConnelsville .................................................
Construction of Gitchi-Gami State Trail from
Silver Bay to Tettegouche State Park ...........
Improvements/Widening of SR 99 from Goshen
to Kingsburg in Tulare County, California ...

3108
3109

NC

3110
3111

LA
IN

3112

OR

3113
3114
3115

TN
VA
MA

3116
3117

NY
NY

3118

MS

3119

CO

3120

CA

3121

FL

3122

OH

3123

IL

3124

NJ

3125

NJ

3126

CA

3127

TN

3128

CO

3129

NJ

3130

OH

3131

MN

3132

CA

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$400,000
$400,000
$1,600,000
$0
$2,400,000
$320,000
$400,000
$90,000
$720,000
$1,456,320
$240,000
$440,000
$100,000
$2,400,000
$3,200,000
$4,800,000
$5,280,000
$250,000
$480,000
$400,000
$800,000
$320,000
$80,000
$5,200,000
$240,000
$200,000
$1,500,000
$6,560,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

3133

CA

3134

WI

3135

PA

3136

PA

3137

PA

3138

KS

3139

CA

3140

CA

3141

NE

3142

AL

3143

MO

3144

NY

3145

CA

3146

OH

Design and implement Harbor Boulevard ITS
in Garden Grove ..............................................
Complete the Glacial Drumlin Trail, from
Madison to Waukesha .....................................
Design and construct turn lanes, signal upgrades and improvements at PA 34 and 174
intersection ......................................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition and
construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking and roadway redesign in Wright Township, Luzerne County ......................................
I–70/I–79 South Interchange Redesign and
Upgrade ............................................................
Elimination of highway-railway crossings at
the City of Pittsburg Port Authority to increase safety and reduce congestion ..............
Improve Access Road to Beale Air Force Base
(Smartville Road) ............................................
Interstate 215, Los Alamos Road Interchange
Project ..............................................................
Missouri River Bridges between U.S. 34, I–29
in Iowa and U.S. 75 in Nebraska ...................
Huntsville Southern Bypass planning and engineering ..........................................................
Redesign and reconstruct I–170 interchange at
Ladue Rd ..........................................................
Construct Interstate 87 Exit 3 Airport Connector in Albany ..............................................
Citywide traffic signal upgrades requiring the
installation of hardware and software at 9
major intersections, Palo Alto ........................
Construct replacement of Morgan Township
Road 209 between SR 60 and SR 78 in Morgan County .......................................................
...............................................................................
Construct the Setauket/Port Jefferson Greenway Trail Project .............................................
Develop a railroad overpass connecting U.S.
Highway 67 and U.S. Highway 371 in Prescott ....................................................................
Construct SR 312 Extension Bypass, St. Johns
County, Florida ................................................
Construct Welcome Center, and pedestrian
trail, Abbeville .................................................
Improve Erickson Avenue and Stone Spring
Road connection ...............................................
Reconstruct Loop 12 IH 35E and SH 183 west
extension to MacArthur, Irving, Texas ..........
Completion of the first of three phases of trails
in the Regional Trails Program .....................
Construct bridge for Paul Bunyan Trail over
Excelsior Road, Baxter ....................................
Reconstruct U.S. 127 at the U.S. 127 and U.S.
127 North Bypass, Mercer County ................
Rehabilitate street surface of Addison St. between Kester Ave. and Lemona Ave ..............
City of Springfield, IL for improvements to
Cockrell Lane ...................................................

3147
3148

NY

3149

AR

3150

FL

3151

GA

3152

VA

3153

TX

3154

OR

3155

MN

3156

KY

3157

CA

3158

IL

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Amount

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$800,000
$240,000
$464,000

$160,000
$1,600,000
$4,584,000
$3,000,000
$1,600,000
$2,800,000
$2,400,000
$320,000
$2,400,000
$400,000
$3,300,000
$0
$5,000,000
$2,640,000
$5,300,000
$300,000
$600,000
$4,000,000
$5,000,000
$1,500,000
$480,000
$37,600
$762,058

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1379

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3159
3160
3161

OH
MI
PA

3162

IL

3163

IL

3164

PA

3165

NY

3166

NV

3167

CA

3168
3169
3170

MD
MA
MN

3171

MS

3172

PA

3173

NY

3174

NY

3175

CA

3176

GA

3177

MO

3178

MN

3179

GA

3180

MO

3181

NC

3182

IL

3183

IL

3184

CA

3185

PA

Repair/Construct Mill Street Bridge, Akron .....
Resurface Caseville Road in Huron County .....
River Trail and Esplanade Development at the
Southside Riverfront Park ..............................
Construct access roads to National Great Rivers Research Center ........................................
Construct Roadway from Mississippi River
Barge Dock to IL Rt. 3–IL Rt. 157, Cahokia
Context Sensitive Design Elements for the
Market Street Bridge, Lycoming County, PA
Implement Pedestrian Safety Improvements
on Queens Boulevard ......................................
Design and construct interchange on I–15 in
Mesquite ...........................................................
Construct grade separations at Washington
Ave. and UPRR crossing east and Washington Ave. and La Cadena Drive in Colton
Intercounty Connector ........................................
Charlemont Bridge, Route 2, Charlemont ........
CSAH 47 rehabilitation from 165th Ave. to TH
25, Morrison County .......................................
Improve Old Augusta Road and construct Kaiser Road, Perry County ..................................
Reconstruction of U.S. 30 from PA 10 to Business U.S. 30 including travel lanes, shoulders, etc ............................................................
Route 78 (Transit Road), Genesee Street to
Main
Street,
Towns
of
Amherst,
Cheektowaga and Clarence in Erie County ..
Planning and design, construction, and relocations for Southtowns Connector—NY Route
5 from Coast Guard Base to Ohio Street, including Fuhrmann Boulevard ........................
SR 91 I–605 Needs Assessment Study, Whittier, CA .............................................................
SR 70/Fulton Industrial Boulevard widening
from Camp Creek Parkway to the SCL RR,
Fulton County ..................................................
Ste. Genevieve Co., Missouri Rt. 61 bridge replacement over Establishment Creek ............
Construction of intersection at County Road 5
and TH 13 in City of Burnsville ....................
SR 307 overpass over Georgia Port Authority
rail line, Savannah ..........................................
Study railroad reconfiguration to eliminate
highway crossings in and around Springfield, MO ..........................................................
Construct relocated NC 16 in Lincoln and Catawba Counties, NC ........................................
Construction of highway approaches to the
Sullivan Road bridge in Aurora, IL ...............
Engineering and construction of 15.1 mile Alliance trail between Lock 14 in LaSalle and
Lock 2 in Bureau Junction .............................
Construct parking facility and improve museum pedestrian access from trolley station,
San Diego .........................................................
Relocation and upgrade of Beaner Hallow Rd.,
Beaver County, PA ..........................................

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$1,240,000
$153,600
$600,000
$1,000,000
$1,600,000
$1,200,000
$500,000
$800,000
$400,000
$4,800,000
$3,840,000
$352,000
$2,800,000
$4,000,000
$2,400,000

$8,560,000
$12,800
$1,200,000
$1,200,000
$2,400,000
$4,000,000
$800,000
$1,360,000
$1,280,000
$800,000
$800,000
$1,320,000

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119 STAT. 1380

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

3186

MN

3187

IL

3188

MN

3189

AL

3190

FL

3191

AK

3192

NY

3193

MS

3194

GA

3195

MO

3196

OH

3197

NY

3198

PA

3199

NJ

3200

IL

3201

CA

3202

OR

3203

CA

3204

AR

3205
3206

OH
CA

3207

OK

3208

KY

3209

CA

TH 36-Stillwater Bridge, ROW acquisition and
Utility Relocation ............................................
To construct Veterans Memorial Drive Extension. Will link Mount Vernon on the east
side of I–57 with incorporated area lying
west ..................................................................
I–494 U.S. 169 Interchange Reconstruction,
Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, Minnesota ...
Jackson County Industrial Park Access Road,
Hollywood .........................................................
North-South Corridor between Archer Road
and Newberry Road ........................................
Construct access road and a bridge crossing
the Naknek River terminus points in South
Naknek-King Salmon Highway ......................
Route 303 Orangeburg Road and Route 340
and Erie Street intersection ...........................
Upgrade roads in Port Gibson (U.S. Highway
61), Claiborne County .....................................
Construct Horsestamp Road Interchange on I–
95 in Camden County, Georgia ......................
Upgrade Route 94 in St. Charles County from
East of Harvester road to West of Mid-Rivers Drive ...........................................................
Upgrade the I–71 interchange with SR 665
and widen SR 665 from Hoover Road on the
east to a relocated Haughn Road on the
west, in Grove City, OH .................................
Village of Highland Falls repaving and sidewalk construction of Berry Hill Road ............
Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, four
lane limited access facility connecting State
Road 119 to the Pennsylvania Turnpike
(Sony Connector) .............................................
Edison National Historic Site Traffic Improvement Project to improve traffic flow and promote safety .......................................................
Construction of Eldamain Road over the Fox
River .................................................................
Construction of a traffic signal at the intersection of Oso Ave. and Vanowen St ..................
Reroute U.S. 97 at Redmond, OR and improve
the intersection of U.S. 97 and Oregon 126 ..
Widen and realign Cherry Avenue from 19th
Street to one block south of Pacific Coast
Highway, Signal Hill .......................................
Fort Smith, Arkansas: Improvements to Jenny
Lind Rd. and Ingersoll Rd ..............................
Widen Pearl Road in Strongsville .....................
Interstate 5 and State Route 78 Interchange
Improvements ..................................................
Improvements to SH 3 from Antlers to Broken
Bow ...................................................................
Construct the Albany Bypass in Clinton County .......................................................................
Highway 74 and Interstate 215 Interchange
Project ..............................................................

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Amount

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$4,000,000

$800,000
$4,000,000
$800,000
$2,400,000

$3,000,000
$800,000
$320,000
$800,000

$9,600,000

$11,200,000
$60,000

$3,200,000

$192,000
$4,000,000
$100,000
$5,600,000

$3,200,000
$6,000,000
$800,000
$4,000,000
$5,000,000
$4,800,000
$800,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1381

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3210

SC

3211

WA

3212

OH

3213

OH

3214

MN

3215

NJ

3216
3217
3218
3219
3220

HI
CT
IN
PA
CA

3221
3222
3223
3224

CT

3225
3226

OR
OK

3227

MO

3228

TX

3229

CA

3230

KY

3231

LA

3232

NY

3233

NV

3234

OH

3235

PA

3236

GA

Improve intersection and corridor on U.S. 278
to improve safety. Poss build frontage roads
widen road and change traffic controls .........
Port of Bellingham Transportation Enhancement Projects ...................................................
Rehabilitation of SR 53 from Miami St. to
North city limits including approaches to the
CSX railroad bridge, City of Tiffin ................
Upgrade U.S. Route 30 between State Route
235 and Upper Sandusky in Hancock and
Wyandot Counties ...........................................
Main Street streetscape reconstruction, 2nd
Street from Ash Ave. to State Hwy 2, and
Grand Utley Ave. from 2nd Street to 6th
Street N. across State Hwy 2, Cass Lake .....
Warren County, NJ Route 57 and County
Route 519 Intersection Improvements ...........
Widen Queen Kaahumanu Highway .................
Widen Route 34, Derby ......................................
Construction of County Road 17—Elkhart, IN
Widen Route 666 in Forest County ...................
Upgrade Jepson Parkway at North and South
Gates of Travis Air Force Base and widen
Vanden Road segment, Solano County ..........
Widen Route 67, Seymour ..................................
...............................................................................
Widen Canal Street, Shelton, CT ......................
Construct CR 521/Ocean Drive and Middle
Thoroughfare Bridge Replacement, Cape
May County .....................................................
I–205 widening, Clackamas County ..................
Construct interchange south of I–40 along Indian Nation Turnpike near Henryetta ..........
Complete upgrade of U.S. 40–61 to interstate
status on two section, from I–70 to Lake St.
Louis exit and Highway K to Highway DD ..
Abilene, TX, Dyess Air Force Base North
Entry Access Project with related improvements ................................................................
Construction and enhancements of trails in
the Santa Monica Mountains National
Recreation Area ...............................................
Construct South Airfield Road, Boone County,
Kentucky ..........................................................
Construction of pedestrian and bike path adjacent to Tammany Trace Rails-to-Trails Corridor ..................................................................
Construction of pedestrian walkways in Village of Northport .............................................
Design and Construction of I–80 interchange
in Fernley .........................................................
Eastgate Area Improvements, I–275 and SR
32, Clermont County .......................................
Pennsylvania Turnpike-Interstate 95 Interchange Project, Bucks County, PA .................
Commission a study and report regarding construction and designation of a new Interstate linking Augusta, Macon, Columbus,
Montgomery, and Natchez ..............................

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$9,600,000
$7,280,000
$800,000
$8,072,000

$1,520,000
$2,160,000
$2,400,000
$2,400,000
$4,000,000
$1,200,000
$3,200,000
$800,000
$0
$400,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$200,000
$1,600,000
$11,120,000
$800,000
$2,400,000
$160,000
$80,000
$1,600,000
$3,360,000
$8,000,000

$80,000

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119 STAT. 1382

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

3237
3238

CT
NE

3239

CA

3240

SD

3241
3242

AR
WA

3243
3244

IL
CA

3245

NC

3246

IL

3247
3248

OH
MI

3249

TN

3250

NY

3251

MN

3252

TN

3253

WA

3254

PA

3255

PA

3256

NY

3257

OH

3258

IA

3259

NY

3260

IL

3261

IL

3262

MI

Construct Shoreline Greenway Trail, Madison
New roads and overpasses to relieve congestion and improve traffic flow Antelope Valley—Lincoln, NE .............................................
Reconstruct Atlantic Ave. and improve drainage from Ardmore St. to Imperial Hwy in
South Gate .......................................................
Construct Railroad Underpass on Hwy 34 in
Pierre ................................................................
I40-Highway 89 Interchange .............................
Kent, WA Willis Street UP Railroad Grade
Separation Project ...........................................
Replace Interstate 74 Bridge, Moline ................
Implement SFgo Van Ness Corridor Improvements ................................................................
Battleground Avenue Rail to Trail Project,
Guilford County, NC .......................................
Construction of an Extension of Atkinson Road
to Intersect with IL 120 and IL 137 ..............
I–70, I–71 Split reconfiguration, Columbus ......
Delta County, CR 186 from M–35 at Brampton
to U.S. 2 and U.S. 41—Bituminous overlay
with super elevation, correction, curb, and
gutter ................................................................
Niota, TN Improving Vehicle Effiecies at AtGrade highway-Railroad Crossings ...............
Construct access to the NYS Thruway—Montezuma National Wildlife Reserve .................
Corridor design work, I–94 and Radio Drive,
Woodbury, MN .................................................
Develop trails, bike paths and recreational facilities on Brady Mountain, Cumberland
County for Cumberland Trail State Park .....
Access Downtown Phase II: I–405 Downtown
Bellevue Circulation Improvements ..............
Reconstruct PA Route 274, at PA Route 11/15,
Duncannon .......................................................
Road and pedestrian improvements and realignment, through construction, in York
City NW Triangle ............................................
Rockland County highway railroad grade
crossing safety improvements ........................
Calm traffic on Greenfield St. in City of Tiffin
and improve intersection of Greenfield St.
with Routes 18 and 101 ..................................
Construction of NW 26th St. interchange on I–
35, Polk Co .......................................................
To conduct design and environmental studies
along proposed Northern Tier Expressway ...
Undertake Traffic Mitigation and Circulation
Enhancements on 57th and Lake Shore
Drive, Chicago .................................................
For the construction of a highway on new
alignment to create a cross town route
across Godfrey .................................................
Construct Industrial Park Service Road and
Caine Road Bridge Replacement. Village of
Millington, Tuscola County ............................

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$800,000
$7,200,000
$2,600,000
$880,000
$2,400,000
$400,000
$3,200,000
$5,600,000
$800,000
$4,800,000
$6,400,000

$192,000
$79,200
$1,200,000
$400,000
$200,000
$9,200,000
$800,000
$1,200,000
$1,400,000
$1,360,000
$800,000
$4,800,000
$1,600,000
$1,400,000
$395,200

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1383

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3263

TX

3264

TX

3265
3266

MN
IN

3267

TN

3268

TX

3269

CA

3270

KY

3271

ME

3272

OK

3273
3274
3275

MD
SC
MD

3276

OK

3277

OR

3278

CT

3279

VA

3280

CA

3281

CT

3282

NY

3283

NY

3284

CA

3285

CA

3286

PA

3287

AL

3288

FL

Loop 281 Mobility and Safety Improvements,
Longview, TX ...................................................
Upgrade Fulghum Road Bridge on I–45 in
Dallas County (TX) to provide safety and access for expanded intermodal traffic ..............
Edge of Wilderness Discovery Center, Marcell
Construction of Star Hill Road, Clark County,
Indiana .............................................................
Plan and construct a bicycle and pedestrian
trail, Shelbyville ..............................................
Construct Park Row bypass from Texas State
Highway 6 to the Eldridge Parkway in
Houston, TX .....................................................
Implement Northwest San Fernando Valley
Road and Safety Improvements .....................
Construct two bridges across the Ohio River
from Louisville to southern Indiana ..............
Construction of the Gorham Village Bypass,
Gorham ............................................................
Reconstruction of the I–40 Crosstown Expressway from I–44 to I–35 in downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma .....................................
I–695, MD147 to I–695 .......................................
Upgrade Hwy 21 Bypass Grade Crossings .......
Upgrade MD 175 in Anne Arundel County between MD 170 and the Baltimore Washington Parkway ...............................................
Construct and widen six lanes on Interstate 44
from the Arkansas River extending east approximately 3.7 miles to Yale Avenue in
Tulsa, OK .........................................................
North Bend Waterfront District Boardwalk
Construction ....................................................
Make Improvements to North Stonington, CT
Westerly, R.I. Pawcatuck River Bridge .........
Construct improvements at I–264 interchange
in Virginia Beach ............................................
Construct Western Placerville Interchanges on
State Route 50 .................................................
Construction of Housatonic River Walk,
Shelton, CT ......................................................
NYS Route 5, 8, 12 Interchange reconstruction: Town of New Hartford ...........................
Implement Improvements for Pedestrian Safety in Bronx County ..........................................
Improve West Adams Blvd. Streetscape in
West Adams Historic District, Los Angeles ..
Improve access from I–8 and construct parking
lot for the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation
Area Visitor’s Center, Imperial Valley ..........
Construction of low-impact, spine roadway
serving the North Delaware Riverfront corridor, City of Philadelphia ..............................
Construct interchange on I–59 between I–59
and 49th Street in Fort Payne, AL ................
Coordinated Regional Transportation Study of
U.S. 98 from Pensacola Bay Bridge,
Escambia County, to Hathaway Bridge, Bay
County, Florida ................................................

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$2,480,000
$471,000
$1,772,000
$320,000
$1,600,000
$2,444,800
$28,000,000
$11,220,000
$16,000,000
$3,792,000
$560,000
$800,000

$8,800,000
$992,000
$240,000
$9,400,000
$2,400,000
$800,000
$800,000
$600,000
$200,000
$800,000
$8,000,000
$2,400,000

$1,200,000

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119 STAT. 1384

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

3289

GA

3290

LA

3291

GA

Leesburg North Bypass from U.S. 19 to SR
195, Lee County ...............................................
Peters Road improvements in Plaquemines
Parish ...............................................................
Upgrade sidewalks, lighting, landscaping from
Cherry Street to Hampton Street, Industrial
Park to Dooly Street, Montezuma ..................
...............................................................................
U.S. 27 Reconstruction from Colquit to CR 279
Loop 180 (Project code 1190–01–035) in Whitney, TX from FM 933/FM 1713 to FM 933S
of Whitney ........................................................
U.S. 30 widening, reconstruction in Story and
Marshall Counties, Iowa .................................
U.S. 377 from SH 144 to the eastern intersection of BUS 377H, Hood Co ............................
Construct and improve pedestrian streetscapes
along Sunrise Highway in Freeport ...............
Construct Principal Riverwalk, Des Moines .....
Construct access ramps to Rt. 32–6/17–CR 105
in Orange County ............................................
Resurface Shawnee College Road, Pulaski
County ..............................................................
Canton, Pave Cherry Hill Rd. between Canton
Ctr., and Haggerty ..........................................
Springdale, AR—Improvements to Johnson
Road from Hwy 412 to I–540 through
Springdale and Johnson .................................
Environmental studies and construction of
Garden Parkway ..............................................
U.S. 60 and U.S. 93 connection on the eastern
edge of central Wickenburg ............................
Construction of I–575 HOV Lanes from Sixes
Road to SR 20, Cherokee County, Georgia ...
I–405–SR 167 interchange—Rebuild the interchange and add additional lanes to relieve
congestion .........................................................
U.S. 10 corridor improvement between Blaine
and St. Cloud: design and ROW acquisition
Walnut Grove at Broadway Intersection Capacity Enhancements, San Gabriel ................
Widen and Reconstruct KY 698 at Mason Gap
Road, Lincoln County ......................................
Medford, OR to construct sidewalks and improve storm drainage and gutters for the
Citys Safe Walk Plan ......................................
Construct a pedestrian and bicycle bridge
across TH 169, Onamia ..................................
Improve Montauk Highway from CR 46 to
Barnes Road, Suffolk County .........................
...............................................................................
Study and construction of 8th Street, in
Bentonville, AR from Interstate 540, (including direct access to I–540) to SW Elm Tree
Road ..................................................................
Cedar Lake Regional Trail, Minneapolis ..........
Reconstruct Union Pacific Railroad bridge over
widened Business U.S. 287 ............................
Anchorage Traffic Congestion Relief .................

3292
3293
3294

GA
TX

3295

IA

3296

TX

3297

NY

3298
3299

IA
NY

3300

IL

3301

MI

3302

AR

3303

NC

3304

AZ

3305

GA

3306

WA

3307

MN

3308

CA

3309

KY

3310

OR

3311

MN

3312

NY

3313
3314

AR

3315
3316

MN
TX

3317

AK

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$400,000
$800,000
$400,000
$0
$800,000
$800,000
$1,840,000
$3,000,000
$400,000
$4,000,000
$6,400,000
$1,261,000
$1,600,000
$9,000,000
$4,800,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$2,000,000
$200,000
$960,000
$800,000
$878,080
$6,400,000
$0

$35,000,000
$3,000,000
$800,000
$5,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1385

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3318

VA

3319

OR

3320

IN

3321

CA

3322

SD

3323

AK

3324

GA

3325
3326

NJ
OR

3327

GA

Expansion of Battlefield Parkway from East
Market Street at Route 7 to Sycolin Road,
SE .....................................................................
Construction of the I–84, U.S. 395 Stanfield
Interchange Improvement Project .................
Design and reconstruct residential streets in
the City of Muncie, Indiana ...........................
Improvement of Main Street—Shenandoah
Road/SR 49 Intersection, Plymouth ...............
Design and construct new Meridian Bridge
across the Missouri River south of Yankton,
South Dakota ...................................................
Earthwork and roadway construction Gravina
Access Project ..................................................
Improvement and construction of SR 40 from
east of St. Marys cutoff at mile post 5.0,
Charlton County to County Route 61, Camden County, Georgia .......................................
Route 22 Sustainable Corridor Plan .................
Hood River, OR, Frontage Road Crossing
Project ..............................................................
Construct and Improve Westside Parkway,
Northern Section, in Fulton County ..............
...............................................................................
Widen SR 133 from Spence Field to SR 35 in
Colquitt County, Georgia ................................
West Palm Beach, Florida, Flagler Drive Reconfiguration ....................................................
Implement Snake Road (BIA Route 1281) Widening and Improvements ................................
Reconstruction of Portland Ave. from Rochester City line to Titus Ave. in Irondequoit,
NY .....................................................................
Alleviate congestion at Atlantic Corridor
Greenway Network, City of Miami Beach,
FL .....................................................................
...............................................................................
SR 704 Cross-Base Highway, Spanaway Loop
Road to SR 7 ....................................................
Restoration of Victoria Avenue in the City of
Riverside, CA ...................................................
I–494 Lane Addition ...........................................
Uptown Jogging, Bicycle, Trolley Trail, Columbus, Georgia .....................................................
Study and construct highway alternatives between Orange and Riverside Counties, directed by the Riverside Orange Corridor Authority working with local government agencies, local transp. authorities, and guided by
the current MIS ...............................................
Rehabilitation or replacement of highway-rail
grade separations along the West Central
Ohio Port Authority route in Champaign
and Clark Counties .........................................
Improvements to I–75 in the City of Pembroke
Pines, Florida ...................................................
Construction of new interchange Causeway at
Earhart-LA 3139 .............................................

3328
3329

GA

3330

FL

3331

FL

3332

NY

3333

FL

3334
3335

WA

3336

CA

3337
3338

MN
GA

3339

CA

3340

OH

3341

FL

3342

LA

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$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$744,000
$800,000
$3,200,000
$48,000,000

$800,000
$3,000,000
$400,000
$1,600,000
$0
$800,000
$800,000
$800,000
$2,400,000
$400,000
$0
$4,000,000
$400,000
$1,600,000
$400,000

$12,600,000

$240,000
$1,800,000
$1,440,000

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119 STAT. 1386

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

3343

GA

3344

MI

3345

VA

3346

FL

3347

OK

3348
3349

NV
TN

3350

WV

3351

NY

3352

AL

3353

TX

3354

AL

3355

WA

3356

IN

3357

MI

3358

GA

Construction of infrastructure for inter-parcel
access, median upgrades, lighting, and beautification along Highway 78 corridor .............
Design, Right-of-Way and Construction of the
I–196 Chicago Drive (Baldwin Street) Interchange Modification, Michigan ......................
I–66 and Route 29 Gainesville Interchange
Project ..............................................................
SR 688 Ulmerton Road Widening (Lake Seminole Bypass Canal to El Centro Ranchero) ...
Navajoe Gateway Improvements Project, U.S.
62 in Altus, OK ................................................
Construction of Carson City Freeway ...............
Upgrade lights and gates and motion sensor
controlling circuitry at the highway rail
grade crossing located on Wenasoga Road/
FAS 8224, Middleton, TN ...............................
Construct connector road from north end of
RHL Boulevard to State Route 601 (Jefferson Road) ..........................................................
Construct Siena College campus perimeter
road, Loudonville, NY .....................................
Construct additional lanes on SR 77 from
Southside, Alabama to Green Valley Road ...
Environmental mitigation related to the SH
195 project and related improvements in
Williamson County that had adverse effects
on the Karst cave system ...............................
The City of Calera, Alabama—Northern Bypass Segment (U.S. Highway 31 to Alabama
State Highway 25) ...........................................
Construct a single point urban interchange
(SPUI) under I–5 at South 272nd St .............
Reconstruct bridges at County Roads 200E
and 300E in LaPorte County, Indiana ..........
Widen and Reconstruct Walton Blvd. in Auburn Hills from Opdyke to Squirrel Rd .........
Commission a study and report regarding the
construction and designation of a new Interstate linking Savannah, Augusta, and Knoxville ...................................................................
...............................................................................
Pedestrian Beach Trail in San Clemente, CA ..
U.S. 90—Construct 6 mainlanes from east of
Mercury to east of Wallisville ........................
Construct highway safety and capacity improvements to improve the access to the
KidsPeace Broadway Campus ........................
GA 400 and McGinnis Ferry Road Interchange, Forsyth County, GA ..........................
Construction of bypass around town of Hiram,
from SR 92 to U.S. 278, Paulding County,
Georgia .............................................................
Construct U.S. 411 Connector from U.S. 41 to
I–75, Bartow County, Georgia ........................
Construct access road connecting Port of Beaumont property on east bank of Neches River
to I–10 access road east of the Neches River
U.S. 220/MD 53 North-South Corridor .............

3359
3360
3361

CA
TX

3362

PA

3363

GA

3364

GA

3365

GA

3366

TX

3367

MD

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$400,000
$2,400,000
$5,600,000
$8,000,000
$800,000
$800,000

$160,000
$600,000
$800,000
$1,360,000

$1,600,000
$5,440,000
$1,080,000
$400,000
$5,920,000

$240,000
$0
$800,000
$1,600,000
$720,000
$720,000
$400,000
$800,000
$1,056,000
$800,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1387

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3368

FL

3369

NY

3370

PA

3371

NY

3372

AL

3373

PA

3374

OH

3375

TX

3376

TX

3377

GA

Acquire Right-of-Way for Ludlam Trail,
Miami, Florida .................................................
Construct Northern State Parkway and LIE
access at Marcus Ave. and Lakeville Rd. and
associated Park and Ride ...............................
Construct interim U.S. 422 improvements at
Valley Forge river crossing .............................
Design and construction of Renaissance
Square in Rochester, NY ................................
Alabama Hwy 36 Extension and Widening—
Phase II ............................................................
Northfield site roadway extension from Rt. 60
to Industrial Park near the Pittsburgh
International Airport ......................................
Plan and construct pedestrian trail along the
Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail in
downtown Akron, OH .....................................
Reconstruct I–30 Trinity River Bridge—Dallas,
TX .....................................................................
Reconstruct I–30 Trinity River Bridge—Dallas,
TX .....................................................................
Construction of interchange on I–985 north of
SR 13, Hall County, Georgia ..........................
...............................................................................
Temple Terrace Highway Modification .............
Burma Rd: Extension from I–90 to Lakeway
Rd .....................................................................
Construct Western Blvd. extension from
Northern Blvd. to S.H. Rt. 9, Ocean County,
NJ .....................................................................
Powerline Rearvision motor carrier backover
motor carrier safety research .........................
Environmental mitigation at Sybiak Farm in
Londonderry to offset effects of I–93 improvements .......................................................
East Grand River Improvements, Brighton
Township, Michigan ........................................
Replace Brent Spence Bridge, Kenton County,
Kentucky ..........................................................
Construction of projects that relieve congestion
in and around the Texas Medical Center
complex .............................................................
Hazel Avenue ITS Improvements, Folsom
Blvd. to Placer County ....................................
SR 688 Ulmerton Road widening (west of 38th
street to west of I275) .....................................
Environmental mitigation at Crystal Lake in
Manchester to offset effects of I–93 improvements ................................................................
Widening I–95 between Rt. 123 and Fairfax
County Parkway ..............................................
Armstrong County, PA Slatelick Interchange
for PA 28 at SR 3017 ......................................
Reconstruct the I–44—Fort Still Key Gate
Interchange ......................................................
Greene County, Georgia conversion of I–20
and Carey Station Road overpass to full
interchange ......................................................

3378
3379
3380

FL
WY

3381

NJ

3382

FL

3383

NH

3384

MI

3385

KY

3386

TX

3387

CA

3388

FL

3389

NH

3390

VA

3391

PA

3392

OK

3393

GA

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$200,000
$1,360,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$240,000
$400,000
$760,000
$27,200,000
$800,000
$800,000
$0
$800,000
$1,600,000
$3,200,000
$800,000
$1,200,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$9,600,000
$400,000
$8,000,000
$1,520,000
$800,000
$1,920,000
$800,000
$1,600,000

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119 STAT. 1388

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

3394

OH

3395

NE

3396

FL

3397

VA

3398

IN

3399

OH

3400

GA

3401

AK

3402

MD

3403

TX

3404
3405

VA
GA

3406

CO

3407

AZ

3408

NE

3409

NY

3410

TN

3411

ID

3412

FL

3413

OK

3414

FL

3415

TX

3416

TX

3417

FL

3418

OR

3419

NY

Upgrade overpass and interchange at U.S. 24
and SR 66 in the City of Defiance .................
I–80 Interchange at Pflug Road, Sarpy County, Nebraska ....................................................
SR 70 improvements in Highland, DeSoto and
Okeechobee Counties ......................................
Cathodic Bridge Protection for Veterans Memorial Bridge and the Berkely Bridge in the
Commonwealth of Virginia .............................
Reconstruct McClung Road from State Road
39 to Park Street in LaPorte, Indiana ...........
Riversouth Street Network Improvements in
Columbus .........................................................
National Infantry Museum Transportation
Network, Georgia ............................................
Wideband multimedia mobile emergency communications pilot project Wasilla, Alaska .....
Widen road and improve interchanges of I–81
from south of I–70 to north of Halfway Boulevard ................................................................
Expansion of U.S. 385 4-lane divide south of
Crane to McCarney .........................................
Old Mill Road Extension ....................................
Commission a study and report regarding construction and designation of a new Interstate linking Augusta, Macon, Columbus,
Montgomery, and Natchez ..............................
Improvements on U.S. 36 corridor from I–25 to
Boulder. Improvements include interchange
and overpass reconstruction ...........................
Design and construct bridge and roadway approaches across Tonto Creek at Sheeps
Crossing south of Payson, AZ .........................
Missouri River Bridges between U.S. 34, I–29
in Iowa and U.S. 75 in Nebraska ...................
Reconstruct—Orangeport Road from NYS Rt.
31 to Slayton Settlement Road—Niagara
County, NY ......................................................
Construct sound-walls between I–65 and Harding Place in Davidson County ......................
Reconstruct and Realign SH 55 in Idaho between Mileposts 94 and 102 ...........................
Pinellas Countywide Intelligent Transportation System—Phase 2 ..................................
Realignment of U.S. 287 around Boise City,
OK ....................................................................
Replace Heckscher Drive (SR 105) Bridge
across Broward River ......................................
FM 156 Road Relocation at Alliance Airport,
Texas ................................................................
Upgrade Caesar Chavez Boulevard from San
Antonio Street to Brazos Street .....................
Coral Way, SR 972 Highway Beautification,
Phase One, Miami, Florida .............................
Cascade Locks Marine Park Underpass to address necessary improvements .......................
Reconstruction of East Genesee Street connective corridor to Syracuse University in Syracuse, NY ...........................................................

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$800,000
$800,000
$400,000
$560,000
$600,000
$2,400,000
$3,000,000
$5,000,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$1,280,000

$240,000
$1,120,000
$2,960,000
$2,000,000
$680,000
$664,000
$1,600,000
$8,000,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$6,500,000
$2,400,000
$400,000
$400,000
$3,360,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1389

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3420

IL

3421

TN

3422

CA

3423
3424

LA
LA

3425

FL

3426

GA

3427

VA

3428

MI

3429

TN

3430

UT

3431

OH

3432

OH

3433

TX

3434

OR

3435

NY

3436

NY

3437

NY

3438

NY

3439

CA

3440

TX

3441

CA

3442

NJ

3443

NJ

For Cook County to reconstruct and widen
127th Street between Smith Road and State
Street in Lemont .............................................
Widen I–65 from SR 840 to SR 96, including
interchange modification at Goose Creek Bypass, Williamson County ................................
Auburn Boulevard Improvements, City of Citrus Heights ......................................................
Bossier Parish Congestion Relief .......................
Fund the 8.28 miles of the El Camino EastWest Corridor along LA 6 from LA 485 near
Robeline, LA to I–49 .......................................
Bryan Dairy Road improvements from Starkey
Road to 72nd Street ........................................
Buckhead Community Improvements to rehabilitate State Road 141, including lane
straightening, addition of median, installation of left turn bays at two intersections,
addition of bicycle lanes, sidewalks, clear
zones and landscape buffers ...........................
Purchase specialized tunnel fire safety equipment, Hampton Roads ....................................
Holmes Road Reconstruction—From Prospect
Road to Michigan Avenue, Charter Township of Ypsilanti ..............................................
Construct a system of greenways in Nashville—Davidson County ..................................
Improve pedestrian and traffic safety in Holladay ....................................................................
Construction of road improvements from Richmond Road to Cuyahoga Community College, Warrensville Heights .............................
Construct road with access to memorial
Shoreway, Cleveland .......................................
North Cameron County East-West Railroad
Relocation Project ............................................
Construct Pathway From Multimodal Transit
Station to Swanson Park, Albany ..................
Transportation Initiative to provide for a parking facility, in the vicinity of the Manhattan
College Community .........................................
Phase II Corning Preserve Transportation Enhancement Project ...........................................
Study of goods movement through I–278 in
New York City and New Jersey .....................
Study and Implement Traffic Improvements to
the area surrounding the Stillwell Avenue
train station .....................................................
Expand Diesel Emission Reduction Program of
Gateway Cities COG .......................................
Construct pedestrian walkway on Houston
Texas’ Main Street Corridor ...........................
Sacramento County, California—Watt Avenue
Multimodal Mobility Improvements, Kiefer
Boulevard to Fair Oaks Boulevard ................
Passaic River—Newark Bay Restoration and
Pollution Abatement Project, Route 21 .........
Downtown West Orange streetscape and traffic improvement program ...............................

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$776,000
$400,000
$2,400,000
$1,600,000
$3,200,000

$800,000
$640,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$2,000,000
$1,080,000
$800,000
$80,000
$520,000
$500,000
$4,800,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$2,480,000
$1,000,000
$3,200,000
$400,000
$1,440,000

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119 STAT. 1390

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

3444

NY

3445

TX

3446

AR

3447

MN

3448
3449

TX
MN

3450

MS

High-Speed EZ pass at the New Rochelle Toll
Plaza, New Rochelle ........................................
Access to Regional Multimodal Center—FM
1016 and SH 115 .............................................
For acquisition and construction of an alternate transportation (pedestrian/bicycle) trail
from East Little Rock to Pinnacle Mountain
State Park ........................................................
Construct 4th Street overpass grade separation crossing a BNSF Rail Road, City of
Carlton .............................................................
North Rail Relocation Project, Harlingen .........
Construct Pfeifer Road, remove 10 foot raised
crossing, Twin Lakes Township .....................
Safety improvements and to widen Hardy
Street at the intersection of U.S. 49 in Hattiesburg ............................................................
...............................................................................
Safety improvements to TH 169 between Virginia and Winton .............................................
U.S. 190 (LA 22 to Little Bayou Castine) Widening .................................................................
Construct bicycle and pedestrian trails, Durham and Durham County ...............................
TH 61 Reconstruction from 2.7 miles to 6.2
miles north of Tofte .........................................
Phase II/part II—CSAH 15 to East of Scenic
Highway 7 (1.2 miles) .....................................
Reconstruction with some rehabilitation of
roadway with storm water sewer system
construction from eastern boundary of the
Bois Forte Indian Reservation and ending at
‘‘T’’ intersection of roadway (3.5 miles) ..........
Widen 4th Street in Hattiesburg .......................
Study of safe and efficient commercial
multimodal transportation systems serving
the East Coast Port Complex .........................
Construct bike/pedestrian paths, Chicago ........
Construct Leon Pass overpass, Hodgkins .........
Undertake Streetscaping project on Harlem
Avenue initiating from 71st Street to I–80,
Cook County ....................................................
Construct bike path, parking facility, and related transportation enhancement projects,
North Riverside ...............................................
Upgrade Roads, Summit ....................................
Undertake streetscaping on Ridgeland Avenue, Oak Park Avenue, and 26th Street,
Berwyn .............................................................
Construct bike/pedestrian paths, facilities and
infrastructure improvements in Spring Rock
Park, Western Springs Park District ............
Extend the Sioux Falls Bike Trail to the Great
Bear Recreation Area ......................................
Redesign T corner on BIA #2 5 miles SW of
Kyle on the Pine Ridge Reservation ..............
Extend bike trail in Pine Ridge to the SuAnne
Big Crow Boys and Girls Center ....................
Extend bicycle trail system in Aberdeen ..........

3451
3452

MN

3453

LA

3454

NC

3455

MN

3456

MN

3457

MN

3458
3459

MS
NJ

3460
3461
3462

IL
IL
IL

3463

IL

3464
3465

IL
IL

3466

IL

3467

SD

3468

SD

3469

SD

3470

SD

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Amount

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$800,000
$1,600,000

$160,000
$159,835
$1,600,000
$201,374
$640,000
$0
$20,464,331
$800,000
$1,600,000
$8,053,600
$2,272,000

$800,000
$2,560,000
$400,000
$2,480,000
$768,000
$3,280,000
$1,920,000
$768,000
$768,000
$576,000
$960,000
$600,000
$200,000
$640,000

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119 STAT. 1391

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3471

GA

3472

GA

3473

GA

3474

GA

3475

GA

3476

GA

3477

GA

3478

GA

3479

GA

3480

CA

3481

CA

3482

CA

3483

FL

3484
3485
3486

FL
FL
FL

3487

FL

3488

KY

3489

WV

3490

WV

3491

KY

3492

NY

3493

CA

3494

NY

3495

NY

3496

NY

City of Moultrie Streetscape Improvements,
Phase III ..........................................................
Restore and renovate for historic preservation
and museum the 1906 AB&A Railroad
Building, Fitzgerald ........................................
Improve sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and add
landscaping, Ocilla ..........................................
Improve sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and add
landscaping, Newton County ..........................
Improve sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and add
landscaping, Monticello ..................................
City of Sylvester Bicycle and Pedestrian
Project ..............................................................
Improve sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and add
landscaping, Tifton ..........................................
Improve sidewalks and curbs on Wheeler Avenue and Carlos Avenues, Ashburn ................
Improve sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and add
landscaping, Jackson ......................................
Construct traffic circle in San Ysidro at the
intersection of Via de San Ysidro and West
San Ysidro Boulevard, San Diego ..................
Construct and resurface unimproved roads in
the Children’s Village Ranch and improve
access from Children’s Village Ranch to
Lake Morena Drive, San Diego County .........
Project design and environmental assessment
of widening and improving the interchange
at ‘‘H’’ Street and I–5, Chula Vista, Chula
Vista .................................................................
Jacksonville International Airport Access Rd.
to I–95, Jacksonville .......................................
Mathews Bridge Replacement, Jacksonville .....
Hecksher Bridge Replacement, Jacksonville ....
NE 3 Ave. to NE 8th Ave. Rd. Reconstruction,
Gainesville .......................................................
University Ave. to NE 8 Avenue Rd. Reconstruction, Gainesville ......................................
Central Kentucky Multi-Highway Preservation
Project ..............................................................
Construct East Beckley Bypass, including
$500,000 for preliminary engineering and
design of the Shady Spring connector (Route
3/Airport Road) ................................................
Construct I–73/I–74 High Priority Corridor,
Wayne County .................................................
Construct Kidville Road (KY 974) Interchange
at the Mountain Parkway, Clark County ......
Construction and improvements to Ridge
Road, Lackawanna ..........................................
Construction at I–580 and California SR 84
(Isabel Avenue) Interchange ..........................
Construction of and improvements to Amherst
Street, Buffalo .................................................
Construction of and improvements to Grant
Street, Buffalo .................................................
Construction of and improvements to Hertel
Avenue, Buffalo ...............................................

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$750,000
$500,000
$500,000
$750,000
$500,000
$400,000
$750,000
$500,000
$500,000
$240,000

$800,000

$2,160,000
$1,600,000
$800,000
$800,000
$800,000
$1,600,000
$1,840,000

$4,000,000
$4,000,000
$1,360,000
$400,000
$2,000,000
$160,000
$160,000
$160,000

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119 STAT. 1392

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

3497

NY

3498

NY

3499

NY

3500

NY

3501

NY

3502

NY

3503

NY

3504

NY

3505

TN

3506

ME

3507

ME

3508

NY

3509

NJ

3510

TX

3511

NJ

3512
3513
3514

MD
NJ
PA

3515

PA

3516

PA

3517

PA

3518
3519

PA
PA

3520

VA

3521

WA

3522
3523

MS
MS

3524

WA

Construction of and improvements to Hopkins
Street, Buffalo .................................................
Construction of and improvements to Main
Street in the Town of Aurora .........................
Construction of and improvements to McKinley Parkway, Buffalo .......................................
Construction of and improvements to Route 5
in the Town of Hamburg ................................
Construction of and improvements to South
Park Avenue and Lake Avenue in the Village of Blasdell ................................................
Construction of and improvements to South
Park Avenue, Buffalo ......................................
Construction of Bicycle Path and Pedestrian
Trail in City of Buffalo ...................................
Construction, redesign, and improvements to
Fargo Street in Buffalo ...................................
Improve existing two lane highway to a five
lane facility on State Route 53 from South of
I–24 to Near Parks Creek Road, Coffee
County ..............................................................
Improve portions of Route 116 between Lincoln and Medway to bring road up to modern standard ....................................................
Improve portions of Route 26 between Bethel
and Oxford .......................................................
Road improvements and signage in City of
Lackawanna .....................................................
Belmont Ave. Gateway Community Enhancement Project, Haledon ....................................
Conduct feasibility study for an off ramp on I–
30 on to Hall Street for direct access to
Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas
Livingston Pedestrian Streetscape Project
along Mount Pleasant and Livingston Avenues ..................................................................
MD4 at Suitland Parkway .................................
Pompton Lakes Downtown Streetscape ............
Street improvements along North Broad
Street, Hatfield Borough .................................
Street improvements to Old York Road,
Jenkintown Borough .......................................
Street improvements to Ridge Pike and Joshua Road, Whitemarsh Township ....................
Street improvements to Skippack Pike (Rt.
73), Whitpain Township ..................................
Street Improvements, Upper Dublin Township
Street Improvements, Upper Gwynedd Township ...................................................................
Construct access road and roadway improvements to Chessie development site, Clifton
Forge .................................................................
Fruitdale and McGarigle Arterial Improvements Project in Sedro Woolley, Washington
Improve Ridge Road, Pearl River County .........
Port Bienville Intermodal Connector, Hancock
County ..............................................................
Realign Airport Road/Springhetti Ave./Marsh
Road in Snohomish County, Washington ......

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Amount

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$160,000
$400,000
$400,000
$400,000
$400,000
$160,000
$640,000
$1,600,000

$4,400,000
$3,500,000
$1,000,000
$400,000
$400,000
$800,000
$720,000
$4,000,000
$800,000
$100,000
$800,000
$640,000
$480,000
$1,200,000
$300,000
$1,040,000
$760,000
$800,000
$2,400,000
$250,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1393

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3525

LA

3526

UT

3527

VA

3528

MI

3529

NJ

3530
3531
3532

WA
IN
TX

3533
3534

IL
CA

3535

NY

3536
3537

MA
CA

3538
3539

MA
NY

3540

NJ

3541

CA

3542

NY

3543

NJ

3544

OR

U.S. 61 (Airline Highway) Improvements, Orleans and Jefferson Parishes ..........................
Widen Redwood Road from Bangerter Highway in Salt Lake County through Saratoga
Springs in Utah County ..................................
Widen Rolfe Highway from near the intersection of Rolfe Highway and Point Pleasant
Road to the Surry ferry landing approach
bridge ................................................................
Bristol Road improvement project from Interstate 69 to North Torrey road ........................
Construct parking facility at the Robert Wood
Johnson University Hospital and UMDNJ
with access to the intermodal train station,
New Brunswick ...............................................
Olympia Infrastructure Enhancement Project
Downtown Road Improvements, Indianapolis ..
Continuation of item number 92 of the table
contained in section 1602 of the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (Public Law 105–178) .............................................
Upgrade roads, Plainfield ...................................
Acquisition of land along CA 86 at the Desert
Cahuilla Prehistoric Site, Imperial County
for environmental mitigation related to reducing wildlife mortality while maintaining
habitat connectivity .........................................
Queens and Bronx Counties Graffiti Elimination Program ................................................
Cambridge Bicycle Path Improvements ............
Conduct preliminary engineering and design
analysis for a dedicated intermodal right-ofway link between San Diego and the proposed Regional International Airport in Imperial Valley including a feasibility study
and cost benefit analysis evaluating the
comparative options of dedicated highway or
highway lanes, Maglev and conventional
high speed rail or any combination thereof ..
Chelsea Roadway Improvements .......................
Congestion reduction measures in Richmond
County ..............................................................
Construct Hudson River Waterfront Walkway
over Long Slip Canal—Hoboken and Jersey
City ...................................................................
Construct Illinois Street Bridge/Amador Street
Connection and Improvements, San Francisco ..................................................................
Construct multi-modal facility in the vicinity
of Brooklyn Childrens Museum .....................
Construct Parking Facility at McGinley
Square in Jersey City .....................................
Construction of access road including sidewalks, bike lanes and railroad crossing from
Highway 99W to industrial zoned property,
Corvallis ...........................................................

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$2,240,000

$1,000,000

$400,000
$1,600,000

$1,600,000
$684,000
$5,720,000

$1,120,000
$240,000

$800,000
$200,000
$1,000,000

$800,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000

$800,000

$3,200,000
$240,000
$840,000

$814,000

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119 STAT. 1394

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

State

Project Description

3545

NY

3546

OR

3547

NJ

3548

CA

3549

NY

3550

NY

Continuation of the public awareness program
to the subcontracting entity which was funded under Section 1212(b) of Public Law 105–
178 about infrastructure in Lower Manhattan ....................................................................
Continue bridge repair project authorized
under Public Law 105–178, Coos Bay ...........
Expand TRANSCOM Regional ITS System in
NJ, NY, and CT ...............................................
Construct new sidewalks in the City of Heber,
CA .....................................................................
Graffiti Elimination Program in Riverdale
neighborhood of Bronx County .......................
Graffiti Elimination Program on Smith Street
in Kings County ..............................................
...............................................................................
Hudson County Fire and Rescue Department,
North Bergen: Transportation Critical Incident Mobile Data Collection Device ...............
Hudson County Pedestrian Safety Improvements ................................................................
Hwy 199 Safety Improvements, Josephine
County ..............................................................
Hwy 99E/Geary Street Safety Improvements,
Albany ..............................................................
Implement Improvements for Pedestrian Safety in Riverdale neighborhood of Bronx County .......................................................................
Improve Mill Plain Blvd. between SE 172nd
and SE 192nd in Vancouver ...........................
Improve signage along scenic highways in
Clark, Skamania and Pacific counties ...........
...............................................................................
Jersey City 6th Street Viaduct Pedestrian and
Bicycle Pathway Project .................................
Middle Fork Willamette River Path, Springfield ...................................................................
...............................................................................
Pedestrian improvements including boardwalk
extension and sidewalk construction, Port of
Brookings Harbor ............................................
Port Reading—Improvements to air quality
through reduction of engine idling behind
Rosewood Lane ................................................
Purchase communications equipment related
to traffic incident management in Linn, Benton, Lane, Douglas, Coos, Curry, and Josephine Counties .................................................
Reconstruction of the I–95/Rt. 20 Interchange
in Waltham ......................................................
Route 440 Rehabilitation and Boulevard Creation Project in Jersey City ............................
Rutherford Avenue Improvements, Boston .......
SR 10/Peters Street/Olympic Drive interchange, Athens ................................................
...............................................................................
To construct and enhance bikeway between
Hood River and McCord Creek ......................

3551
3552

NJ

3553

NJ

3554

OR

3555

OR

3556

NY

3557

WA

3558

WA

3559
3560

NJ

3561

OR

3562
3563

OR

3564

NJ

3565

OR

3566

MA

3567

NJ

3568
3569

MA
GA

3570
3571

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Amount

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$400,000
$8,000,000
$800,000
$400,000
$500,000
$500,000
$0
$960,000
$800,000
$2,000,000
$1,002,000
$500,000
$1,250,000
$60,000
$0
$1,600,000
$3,000,000
$0
$600,000
$640,000

$9,000,000
$1,040,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,600,000
$0
$500,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1395

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

State

Project Description

3572

NY

3573

OR

3574
3575

OR
OR

3576

IL

3577
3578
3579
3580
3581

NJ
WA

3582

NY

To construct greenway along East River waterfront between East River Park (ERP) and
Brooklyn Bridge, and reconstruct South entrance to ERP, in Manhattan .........................
Transportation enhancements at Eugene
Depot, Eugene .................................................
U.S. 101 Slide Repair, Curry County ................
U.S. Highway 20 and Airport Road Intersection Improvements, Lebanon ..........................
Upgrade 31st Street and Golfview Rd. intersection and construct parking facilities,
Brookfield .........................................................
Weehawken Baldwin Avenue Improvements ...
Widen SR 503 through Woodland .....................
...............................................................................
Expand Derita Road ...........................................
Construct Rt. 3 Loop Hog Hollow Road to
Monsanto Road, St. Clair County ..................
Planning and design, construction, and relocations for Southtowns Connector—NY Route
5 from Coast Guard Base to Ohio Street, including Fuhrmann Boulevard ........................
...............................................................................
Implement a roadway evacuation study for the
South Shore of Long Island, Mastic ...............
Improve Brooksite Drive from NY 25/25A to
Rt. 347, Smithtown .........................................
Improve Clover Ln. from Bay Ave. to Bay Rd.,
Hamlet of Brookhaven ....................................
...............................................................................
Improve Dare Rd. from Old Town Rd. to Rt.
25, Selden .........................................................
...............................................................................
Improve intersection of Old Dock and Church
Street, Kings Park ...........................................
...............................................................................
Improve Old Town Rd. from Rt. 347 to Slattery Rd., Setauket ...........................................
Improve Old Willets Path from NY 454 to
Rabro Dr., Smithtown .....................................
Improve Pipe Stave Hollow Rd. to Harbor
Beach Rd., Miller Place ..................................
Reconstruction and Improvement of North
Lincoln Ave, O’Fallon ......................................
Reconstruction of 20th Street, Granite City .....
Road Alignment from Caseyville Road to Sullivan Drive, Swansea ......................................
Road Improvements Hamlet of Medford, Town
of Brookhaven ..................................................
Road improvements, Hamlet of Gordon
Heights, Town of Brookhaven ........................
Road improvements, Village of Patchogue ........
Roadway improvements, Hamlet of Mastic
Beach ................................................................
...............................................................................
WLIU Public Radio Emergency and Evacuation Transportation Information Initiative,
Southampton ....................................................

3583
3584

NY

3585

NY

3586

NY

3587
3588
3589
3590

NY
NY

3591
3592

NY

3593

NY

3594

NY

3595

IL

3596
3597

IL
IL

3598

NY

3599

NY

3600
3601

NY
NY

3602
3603

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NC
IL

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$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$2,895,200
$837,000
$1,200,000
$1,600,000
$1,000,000
$0
$1,600,000
$600,000

$800,000
$0
$800,000
$720,000
$216,000
$0
$352,000
$0
$100,000
$0
$336,000
$812,000
$200,000
$1,339,996
$1,200,000
$900,000
$400,000
$344,000
$1,200,000
$320,000
$0
$900,000

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119 STAT. 1396

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

3604

UT

3605

PA

3606

PA

3607

PA

3608

PA

3609

PA

3610

PA

3611

PA

3612

PA

3613

PA

3614

PA

3615

MN

3616
3617

MN
AR

3618

NY

3619

NY

3620
3621

NY
NY

3622
3623

NY
CT

3624

DC

3625

GA

3626

OH

3627

OH

3628

OH

3629

LA

Reconstruct 500 West, including pedestrian
and bicycle access, in Moab ............................
Construct improvements to Chambers Hill
Road and Lindle Road (SR 441) at its intersections with Interstate 283 and Eisenhower
Boulevard .........................................................
Construct Regional Trail, Muhlenberg Township ...................................................................
Rail Crossing signalization upgrade, Main
Street, Lyons Station, Berks County .............
Rail Crossing signalization upgrade at Hill
Road, Township of Blandon, County of Berks
Safety improvements at Liberty Street intersection with PA Route 61 in W. Brunswick
and N. Manheim Twp., Schuylkill County ....
Replace Stossertown Bridge (Main Street) over
West Creek in Branch Township, Schuylkill
County ..............................................................
Replace bridge over Little Mahantongo Creek
at intersection of Hepler and Valley Roads
in Upper Mahantongo Twp., Schuylkill
County ..............................................................
Replace Union Street Bridge over Middle
Creek in the borough of Tremont, Schuylkill
County ..............................................................
Replace Burd St. Bridge over Amtrak and
Norfolk Southern railroad tracks in the Borough of Royalton, Dauphin County ................
Hummelstown Borough, PA for intersection
and pedestrian realignment and drainage ....
City of Moorhead Southeast Main GSI 34th
Street and I–94 interchange ...........................
Paynesville Highway 23 Bypass ........................
Construction of I–530 between Pine Bluff and
Wilmer ..............................................................
Conduct study to develop regional transit
strategy in Herkimer and Oneida counties ...
Improve town weatherization capabilities on
Tucker Drive, Poughkeepsie, NY ...................
Bedell Road improvements, Poughkeepsie, NY
Land acquisition and improvements on Main
Street, Beacon, NY ..........................................
Construction of sidewalks in Sugar Loaf ..........
I–84 Expressway Reconstruction from Waterbury to Southbury ...........................................
Road and trail reconstruction and drainage
improvements (APHCC) .................................
Central Hall Recreation and Multi-Use Trail,
Hall County, GA ..............................................
Land acquisition for construction of pedestrian
and bicycle trails at Mentor Marsh in Ohio ..
Design and construct road enhancements Andrews Road and Lakeshore Blvd. in Mentoron-the-Lake, OH ..............................................
Design and construct road enhancements
Cleveland Port Authority in Cleveland, Ohio
Red River National Wildlife Refuge Visitor
Center ...............................................................

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$250,000

$800,000
$600,000
$165,040
$165,040
$1,524,560
$400,000

$200,000
$400,000
$400,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$1,600,000
$32,000,000
$80,000
$200,000
$104,000
$400,000
$80,000
$1,200,000
$480,000
$1,600,000
$560,000
$240,000
$2,500,000
$2,400,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1397

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

State

Project Description

3630

TN

3631

CA

For the advancement of project development
activities for SR 33 from Knox County Line
to SR 61 at Maynardville, TN ........................
To convert a railroad bridge into a highway
bridge spanning over the Feather River between Yuba City and Marysville ...................
...............................................................................
Construction of interchange on I–985 north of
SR 13, Hall County, Georgia ..........................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
Planning design and construction to widen SR
in Kern, CA between San Luis Obispo County Line and I–5 ................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
Design and Construct Railroad Grade Crossing
Gates in Acworth, GA .....................................
...............................................................................
Northwest Bypass between K96 and 119th
Street West ......................................................
...............................................................................
State Rt. 78 to Lathrop Street to 2900 E
(Township Road)—A 1.5 mile village street
extension, bridges, and upgrading of existing
street ................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
Increase Capacity on I–80 between Sacramento/Placer County Line and SR 65 ........
Bloomington-Normal East Side Highway Corridor ..................................................................
...............................................................................
Morse Road Corridor Improvements, Phase II,
Columbus .........................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
Holland, Michigan, Construct River Avenue
Corridor Improvements ...................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
...............................................................................
Central Kentucky Multi-Highway Preservation
Project (plus-up) ..............................................

3632
3633
3634
3635
3636
3637
3638
3639
3640
3641
3642
3643
3644

CA

GA
KS
IL

3645
3646
3647
3648
3649

CA

3650

IL

3651
3652
3653
3654
3655
3656
3657
3658
3659
3660
3661
3662
3663
3664
3665
3666
3667
3668
3669
3670

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MI

KY

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$1,600,000
$4,000,000
$0
$800,000
$0
$0
$0
$92,000,000
$0
$0
$300,000
$0
$1,600,000
$0

$1,840,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$21,600,000
$800,000
$0
$800,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$2,320,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$460,000

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119 STAT. 1398

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

3671

KY

3672

AZ

3673

AK

3674

DC

3675

KY

3676

OR

3677

AK

3678

AK

3679

AK

3680
3681
3682

AK
AK
AK

3683

AK

3684
3685
3686
3687

AK
AK
AK
AK

3688

AK

3689

AK

3690

AK

3691
3692
3693

AK
AK
AK

3694

AK

3695

AK

3696
3697
3698

AK
AK
AK

3699

AK

3700

AK

The Kentucky Multi-Highway Preservation
Project (plus-up) ..............................................
Pave remaining stretch of the Turquoise Trail,
BIA Route 4, which is a north-south road
that joins AZ HW 160 in the north to AZ
HW 264 in the south portion of BIA Route 4
Improve marine intermodal facilities in Ketchikan ...................................................................
Highway improvements to improve access to
the Kennedy Center ........................................
Construct two bridges across the Ohio River
from Louisville to southern Indiana (plusup) .....................................................................
TransPacific Parkway Realignment Project,
Coos County .....................................................
Planning, Design, and Construction of Knik
Arm Bridge ......................................................
Intermodel facility improvements at the Port
of Anchorage ....................................................
Upgrade city roads and construct a road and
acquire a hovercraft to transit the bay between King Cove and Cold Bay in King Cove
Municipal Road Paving—Kotzebue ...................
Various Road Improvements in Petersburg ......
Construction and Improvements at Alaska Pacific University ................................................
Various road improvements in the City of
Kenai ................................................................
Float Plane Road in Aleknagik ..........................
Olympic Circle road paving in Gridwood ..........
Coffman Cove road paving in Coffman Cove ....
Port Saint Nicholas road improvements in
Craig .................................................................
Construction of a road between Lake Lucille
and Big Lake in Matanuska-Sustina Borough ..................................................................
Hatcher Pass Ski Development Road in
Matanuska-Sustina Borough ..........................
Access roads for the Barrow Arctic Research
Center in Barrow .............................................
Intermodal ferry dock in Hoonah ......................
Construction of relocation road in Shishmaref
Improvements to Lake Camp Road in Bristol
Bay Borough ....................................................
Study on the feasibility of constructing a natural gas pipeline from the North Star Borough to South Central Alaska along the existing transportation corridors .......................
Soldotna: Keystone Drive Road improvements
in Soldotna .......................................................
Metlakatla: Walden Point Road .........................
Anchorage: Traffic Congestion Relief ................
Bristol Bay: Transportation improvements to
the access road and a bridge crossing at the
Naknek River ...................................................
Statewide: Road culvert replacement and repair to improve fish habitat ...........................
Construction of a ferry between Anchorage
and Port MacKenzie ........................................

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Amount

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$320,000

$1,600,000
$14,000,000
$4,000,000
$10,000,000
$350,000
$28,425,000
$25,000,000
$3,700,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$500,000
$375,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$5,000,000
$3,000,000

$2,000,000
$3,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$3,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1399

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3701

AK

3702

AK

3703

AK

3704

AK

3705

AK

3706

AK

3707

AK

3708

AK

3709
3710

AK
AK

3711
3712
3713

AK
AK
AK

3714

AK

3715

AK

3716

AK

3717

AK

3718

AK

3719

AK

3720

AK

3721

AK

3722

AK

3723

AK

3724

AK

3725

AK

3726

AK

Aleknagik: Wood River Bridge, or design, engineering, permitting, and construction ...........
Chignik: Inter-Village Road, for design, engineering, permitting, and construction ...........
Kotzebue: Cape Blossom Road, for design, engineering, permitting, and construction ........
Fairbanks: Tanana River Bridge replacement,
for design, engineering, permitting, and construction ...........................................................
Transportation Improvements in Cook Inlet
for the Westside development/WilliamsportPile Bay Road ..................................................
Fairbanks/North Star Borough: Road improvements to service roads and other misc ..........
Upgrades for road access to McCarthy, AK, for
design, engineering, permitting, and construction ...........................................................
Upgrades on the Dalton Highway, for design,
engineering, permitting, and construction ....
Kotzebue: Municipal Road Paving Project ........
Crooked Creek: Road to Donlin Mine, for design, engineering, permitting, and construction ....................................................................
Kenai: Borough road improvements ..................
Wrangell: Road improvements ...........................
Petersburg: Road improvements, including but
not limited to design, engineering, permitting, and construction .....................................
Ketchikan: Improve marine dry-dock and facilities ...............................................................
Southeast: Planning, design, and EIS of
Bradfield Canal Road ......................................
Gustavus: Dock replacement for the Alaska
Marine Highway ..............................................
Upgrades on the Richardson Highway, including but not limited to design, engineering,
permitting, and construction ..........................
Bethel: Dust Control Mitigation for Rural
Roads ................................................................
Nome: Dust Control Mitigation for Rural
Roads ................................................................
Sitka: Improvements to Indian River Road, including but not limited to design, engineering, permitting, and construction ...................
Anchorage: handicapped and pedestrian access
construction, surfacing and other improvements for 2006 National Veterans’ Wheelchair Games .....................................................
Statewide: Mobility coalition—Job access
transportation ..................................................
AK-North Pole: Homestead Road/North Pole
High School Boulevard Extension Project .....
Fairbanks: O’Connor Road Bridge Replacement .................................................................
Anchorage: Transportation Improvements to
the Creekside development ............................
Anchorage: Dimond Center Intermodal Facility, including but not limited to design, engineering, permitting, and construction ...........

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$3,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$2,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$4,500,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,500,000
$4,000,000
$1,500,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,000,000
$4,500,000
$1,500,000
$1,500,000
$500,000

$2,000,000
$250,000
$500,000
$250,000
$3,000,000
$2,500,000

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119 STAT. 1400

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

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State

Project Description

3727

AK

3728

AL

3729

AL

3730

AL

3731

AL

3732

AL

3733

AL

3734

AL

3735

AR

3736
3737

AR
AR

3738
3739

AR
AR

3740

AR

3741

AR

3742

AR

3743

AR

3744
3745

AR
AR

3746

AR

3747

AR

3748
3749
3750

AR
AR
AR

3751

AR

3752

AR

3753

AR

Anchorage: Transportation needs for Glacier/
Winner Creek Development ...........................
Preliminary Engineering, Design, ROW Acquisition and Construction of the Tuscaloosa
Bypass ..............................................................
Preliminary Engineering, Design, ROW Acquisition and Construction of the I–10 Connector ................................................................
Preliminary Engineering, Design, ROW Acquisition and Construction of the I–85 Extension ...................................................................
To construct approximately 13 mile four lane
thoroughfare to connect the Foley Beach Express to I–10/Highway 83 Baldwin County ...
To construct a new interchange on I–85 at
Beehive Road in Auburn, AL .........................
To widen Highway 84 to 4 lanes west of I–65
from Evergreen to Monroeville and beyond
to the Alabama State line ...............................
I–65 Widening from U.S. 31 in Alabaster (Exit
238) to AL 25 in Calera (Exit 228) ................
Northeast Arkansas Connector (relocation of
Highway 226) ...................................................
Interchange Modification to I–430/I–630 ..........
Hot Springs Extension, East-West Arterial:
Highway 70 to Highways 5/7 .........................
Caraway Bridge Overpass ..................................
Highway 67: Kiehl Avenue—Vandenberg Boulevard: rehabilitating and widening Highway 67 from four to six lanes from Kiehl
Ave. to Vandenberg Blvd ................................
Improve State Hwy 88 (Higdon Ferry Road) in
Hot Springs ......................................................
I–40/Highway 89 Interchange Planning and
Construction ....................................................
Conway, AR Western Loop—For engineering,
rights-of-way, relocations, and continued
planning and design ........................................
Develop a railroad overpass connecting U.S.
Highway 67 and U.S. Highway 371 in Prescott ....................................................................
Highway 77 Rail Grade Separation in Marion
Maumelle Interchange—For third entrance
into Maumelle ..................................................
Rogers—Construct new interchange on I–540
near the existing Perry Road overpass ..........
Construction of I–49, Highway 71: Highway 22
to Highway 71 near Jenny Lind ....................
Highway 165: Railroad Overpass Construction
Improve Highway 412: Baxter Co. to Ash Flat
Highway 412 Relocation: Paragould South Bypass ...................................................................
Widening of Highway 65/82: Pine Bluff-Greenville Bridge .......................................................
Highway 167 Widening: Fordyce to Sheridan
Bypass ..............................................................
Fort Smith: Improvements to Jenny Lind Rd.
and Ingersoll ....................................................

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$1,000,000
$25,000,000
$15,000,000
$50,000,000
$18,000,000
$18,000,000
$4,000,000
$5,000,000
$10,600,000
$15,000,000
$10,000,000
$1,800,000

$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$528,000
$3,000,000
$1,500,000
$3,372,000
$1,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,200,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1401

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3754

AR

3755

AR

3756

AR

3757

AR

3758

AR

3759

AR

3760

AZ

3761

AZ

3762

CA

3763

CA

3764
3765

CA
CA

3766

CA

3767

CA

3768

CA

3769

CA

3770
3771

CA
CA

3772

CA

3773

CA

3774
3775

CA
CA

3776

CA

3777

CA

Van Buren—Widen and reconstruct Rena
Road ..................................................................
Russellville Intermodal Facility: construct access roads from AR Hwy 247, purchase
Right-of-Way ....................................................
Springdale—Improvements to Johnson Road
from Hwy 412 to I–540 through Springdale
and Johnson .....................................................
Construct and rehabilitate Fayetteville Expressway Economic Development Corridor ...
Construct and rehabilitate University of Arkansas Technology Corridor Enhancement
Project ..............................................................
Develop U.S. Highway 71 (I–49) to Interstate
standards on new location between Mena,
AR and LA State line ......................................
Arizona Department of Transportation; for
those projects it has identified as its highest
priorities ...........................................................
Replacement of Safford Bridge which crosses
the Gila River directly north of Safford, AZ
on North 8th Avenue ......................................
Widen Highway 101 in Marin and Sonoma
Counties from Hwy 37 in Novato to Old
Redwood Highway in Petaluma .....................
Construct Hwy 101 bicycle-pedestrian project
in Marin and Sonoma Counties from north
of Atherton Ave. to south of Petaluma River
bridge ................................................................
ITS and Intersection Improvements, LAX ........
Complete Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic
Trail between Monterey and Santa Cruz
counties ............................................................
Airport Boulevard Interchange Improvements,
Salinas and Vicinity, Monterey County ........
Improvements to Bay Road and Northern Access (City of East Palo Alto) ...........................
Compton Arterial Reconstruction and Improvement Program, Compton .......................
University Avenue Overpass: Construction of
bicycle and pedestrian lanes—East Palo Alto
Sealing unpaved roads in Calaveras County ....
Mission Boulevard/State Route 71 Interchange—Corridor Improvements in Pomona
Construct Bristol Street multimodal corridor
in Santa Ana ....................................................
Reconstruct I–710 Interchanges at I–405, at
SR 91, and at I–105 ........................................
Riverside Highway Grade Separation ...............
Hunts Lane Rail Grade Separation, San
Bernardino .......................................................
Construct truck lane from Britannia Blvd. to
the Otay Mesa Port of Entry, San Diego
County ..............................................................
Park Boulevard-Harbor Drive Rail Grade Separation, San Diego ...........................................

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$600,000

$400,000

$7,000,000
$4,000,000

$2,000,000

$3,000,000

$41,335,473

$3,664,527

$15,000,000

$500,000
$1,000,000

$1,000,000
$4,000,000
$6,000,000
$2,500,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$3,000,000
$1,000,000
$5,500,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000

$3,000,000
$2,000,000

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119 STAT. 1402

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

3778

CA

3779

CA

3780

CA

3781

CA

3782

CA

3783

CA

3784

CA

3785

CA

3786

CA

3787

CA

3788

CA

3789

CA

3790
3791

CA
CA

3792

CA

3793

CA

3794

CA

3795

CA

3796

CA

3797

CA

3798

CA

Virginia Corridor Rails to Trails: Reconstruct
Union Pacific Right-of-Way to bicycle and
pedestrian trail, City of Modesto, Stanislaus
County ..............................................................
Construct bicycle and pedestrian trail between
Port Costa and Martinez as part of the San
Francisco Bay Trail, Contra Costa County ...
Improve air quality in the Sacramento region,
Sacramento Area Council of Governments ...
Builds a pedestrian bridge from Hiller Street
to the Bay Trail, Belmont ...............................
Plan and improve Orange County’s transportation system to reduce congestion, Orange
County Council of Governments ....................
Construct 20 mile managed lanes on Interstate 15 between State Route 163 and State
Route 78 (San Diego) ......................................
Design and construct access improvements in
North Central Business District, Sacramento ............................................................
Modify I–880 and Stevens Creek Boulevard
Interchange to ease traffic congestion in San
Jose ...................................................................
Construction of Cross Valley Connector between I–5 and SR 14 .......................................
I–680: Construct High Occupancy Toll Lanes
in Alameda County .........................................
Interchange Improvements: Laval and I–5,
City of Lebec ....................................................
Planning, design, engineering, and construction of Naval Air Station, North Island access tunnel on SR 75–282 corridor, San
Diego .................................................................
ITS Improvements—City of Pasadena ..............
Construct Interchange at Harbor Blvd. and I–
80 in West Sacramento ...................................
Road and signage improvements, Southeast
corner of Tahquitz Canyon Way and
Hermosa Drive, Agua Caliente Museum,
Palm Springs ...................................................
To improve California Avenue between Willow
and Spring Streets, Long Beach ....................
For Environmental Review Process at I–5
Interchanges, Stockton, North Grove, Eight
Mile Road, Otto Drive, and Hammer Lane ...
Folsom Boulevard Corridor Transportation Enhancements, between Rod Beaudry Drive
and Sunrise Boulevard, City of Rancho Cordova ..................................................................
Construct I–80 HOV lanes and interchange in
Vallejo ...............................................................
Alameda Corridor SR 47 Port Access Expressway design .......................................................
Rehabilitation, repair and/or reconstruction of
deficient 2-lane roads that connect to Interstate 5, SR 180, SR 41 and SR 99 countywide, Fresno County .......................................

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$3,000,000

$1,000,000
$5,000,000
$1,000,000

$1,000,000

$5,000,000

$2,000,000

$3,000,000
$5,000,000
$2,000,000
$4,000,000

$5,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000

$500,000
$1,000,000

$500,000

$1,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000

$1,500,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1403

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3799

CA

3800

CA

3801

CA

3802

CA

3803

CA

3804

CA

3805

CA

3806

CA

3807

CA

3808

CA

3809

CO

3810

CO

3811

CO

3812

CO

3813

CO

3814

CO

3815

CO

3816

CO

3817

CO

3818

CO

3819

CO

3820

CO

3821

CO

3822

CO

3823

CO

3824

CO

3825

CO

3826

CO

Improvement of intersection at Aviation Blvd.
and Rosecrans Ave. to reduce congestion (El
Segundo) ...........................................................
Improvements/Widening of SR 99 from Goshen
to Kingsbury in Tulare County, California ...
Modesto, Riverbank and Oakdale, CA Improve
SR 219 to 4 lanes ............................................
Improvements of State Route 4 in Calaveras
County between Stockton and Angels Camp
Expansion of Kelseyville/Lower Lake Expressway in Lake County ........................................
Widening of State Route 156 in Monterey between Castroville and U.S. 101 ......................
Planning, design, and preliminary engineering
of on/off ramp system at intersection of I–10
and Robertson/National Boulevards in Culver City ............................................................
Construct eastern loop of Campus Parkway in
Merced ..............................................................
Diesel Emission Reduction Program of South
Coast Air Quality Management District .......
Replace South Access to the Golden Gate
Bridge—Doyle Drive .......................................
Transportation Improvements to I–70/Havana/
Yosemite Interchange .....................................
Transportation Improvements to Wadsworth
and U.S. 36 Interchange in Broomfield .........
Transportation Improvements to Wadworth
Bypass (Grandview Grade Separation) .........
Transportation Improvements to U.S. 287,
Ports-to-Plains Corridor ..................................
Transportation Improvements to I–70 and SH
58 Interchange .................................................
Transportation Improvements to Powers Blvd.
and Woodman Road Interchange ...................
Transportation Improvements to I–25 South,
Douglas/Arapahoe Co. line to El Paso Co .....
Transportation Improvements to U.S. 36 Corridor ..................................................................
Transportation Improvements to U.S. 24—
Tennessee Pass ................................................
Transportation Improvements to Bromley
Lane and U.S. 85 Interchange .......................
Transportation Improvements to 104th and
U.S. 85 Intersection ........................................
Transportation Improvements to I–25 North,
Denver to Fort Collins ....................................
Transportation Improvements to I–70 East
Multimodal Corridor (Highway Portion) .......
Transportation Improvements to Parker and
Arapahoe Road Interchange ...........................
Transportation Improvements to I–225, Parker
Road to I–70 .....................................................
Transportation Improvements to I–70 West
Mountain Corridor, Denver to Garfield Co ...
Transportation Improvements to I–76—Northeast Gateway ...................................................
Transportation Improvements to C 470 and
U.S. 85 Interchange ........................................

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$8,000,000
$4,000,000
$1,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000

$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$6,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$5,000,000
$8,000,000
$5,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$6,000,000
$3,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000

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119 STAT. 1404

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

3827

CO

3828

CO

3829

CO

3830

CO

3831

CO

3832

CO

3833

CO

3834

CO

3835

CO

3836
3837

CO
CO

3838

CO

3839
3840

CO
CO

3841

CT

3842
3843

CT
CT

3844

CT

3845

CT

3846

CT

3847

CT

3848

CT

3849

CT

3850

CT

Transportation Improvements to Wadsworth
and Bowles Intersection ..................................
Transportation Improvements to U.S. 160—
SH 3 to the Florida River ...............................
Transportation Improvements to U.S. 160,
Wolf Creek Pass ..............................................
Transportation Improvements to 56th Avenue
and Quebec Street ...........................................
U.S. 287/Ports to Plains/Reconstruction of Existing Roadways/Expansion to Four Lanes/
Concrete ...........................................................
U.S. 160/Wolf Creek Pass: widen lanes and
shoulders ..........................................................
U.S. 36/Widen lanes and construct new interchanges .............................................................
Fort Carson: I–25 and Highway 12/Improvements and upgrades of interchange and renovation to handle increased capacity .............
U.S. 50 East/Pueblo to Kansas Border/Road
widening and improvements ..........................
Heartland Expressway improvements ..............
I–25 North Denver to Fort Collins/Improved
interchanges and road construction ...............
Pueblo Dillon Drive at I–25 overpass and
ramp—Construction of a Dillon Drive overpass and ramp connections to I–25 ................
Denver Union Station/Renovations ...................
Improvements to 56th Avenue from Quebec St.
to Havana St. and to Quebec St. from I–70
to 56th Ave. in Denver ....................................
Undertake road improvements associated with
Coltsville Area Redevelopment, Hartford ......
Upgrade Mark Twain Drive, Hartford ..............
Realign, widen, and reconstruct Arch Street
and connect pedestrian walkways to Constitution Plaza in Hartford .............................
Construct Farmington Canal Greenway enhancements in New Haven, Connecticut and
connect
Greenway
to
waterfront
at
Longwharf Pier ................................................
Land acquisition, remediation, improvements
and construction for ferry-highway-rail terminal at junction of Interstates 91 and 95
adjacent to East Street and Forbes Avenue
in New Haven ..................................................
Planning, design, engineering, and improvements converting Route 34 highway between
I–95 and Park Street with corresponding
site recovery in New Haven ...........................
Construct terminal facilities in Bridgeport for
high-speed ferry ...............................................
Restructure and widen Seaview Avenue in
Bridgeport, to accommodate future developments ................................................................
Construction of Intermodal Transportation facility in Bridgeport ..........................................
Design and widen Route 34 in Derby ...............

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$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$4,000,000
$4,000,000

$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000

$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000

$2,000,000
$3,000,000

$5,000,000
$7,000,000
$1,750,000

$2,000,000

$3,500,000

$5,000,000

$5,000,000
$3,000,000

$2,000,000
$5,000,000
$2,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1405

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3851

CT

3852

CT

3853

CT

3854
3855

CT
CT

3856

CT

3857

CT

3858

CT

3859

CT

3860

CT

3861

CT

3862

CT

3863

CT

3864

CT

3865

CT

3866

CT

3867

CT

3868
3869

CT
CT

3870

CT

3871

CT

3872

CT

3873

CT

3874
3875

CT
CT

Streetscape and pedestrian-oriented improvements to and around Campbell Avenue in
West Haven ......................................................
Construct high-speed ferry terminal in Stamford, Connecticut to facilitate transportation
between Connecticut and New York ..............
Construct walking bridge and trail connecting
Mill River Revitalization Project with west
side of river in Stamford .................................
Relocate Route 72 in Bristol ..............................
Reconfigure four rail underpasses in Stamford,
Connecticut to accommodate commuter and
commercial traffic ............................................
Upgrade Storrs Road in Mansfield, Connecticut and accompanying streetscape to
improve safety and mitigate congestion ........
Improve roads for Norwalk-Center—West Avenue Corridor Municipal Development Plan
area and the Academy Street Extension
Project in Norwalk ..........................................
Construct improvements and upgrades to
riverwalk in Ansonia .......................................
Replace existing parking garage in Middletown, with 4-story, handicapped accessible
parking garage .................................................
Acquire and develop Rails-to-Trails project in
park next to Willimantic River in Windham
Construct access drive to Reidsville Industrial
Park in Waterbury ..........................................
Design and construct Quinnipiac River Linear
Trail in Meriden ..............................................
Fund University of Connecticut for improving
air quality and reducing emissions ................
Construct Farmington Canal Greenway, City
of New Haven and City of Hamden ...............
Refurbish and upgrade Powder Hollow Bridge
connecting State Route 190 and Interstate
91 in Enfield ....................................................
Construct and expand roads to relieve congestion on Route 6 between Commerce Road
and I–84 in Newtown ......................................
Construct pedestrian and vehicular access
road to Riverfront Park in Glastonbury ........
Widen Route 82 in Norwich ...............................
Extend Rails-to-Trails project from Southington to Chesire .............................................
Reconstruct Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge,
New Haven ......................................................
Widen Interstate 95 between Branford and
North Stonington .............................................
Widen Interstate 84 between Danbury and
Waterbury ........................................................
Make improvements to South Maple Street
Bridge in Enfield .............................................
Widen Route 34, Derby ......................................
Construct and Widen Stamford Rail Underpass and Road Realignment Project ..............

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$2,000,000

$2,000,000

$1,500,000
$3,800,000

$7,000,000

$2,500,000

$2,000,000
$2,000,000

$8,000,000
$2,000,000
$4,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$3,750,000

$200,000

$2,000,000
$250,000
$1,000,000
$250,000
$10,000,000
$7,500,000
$7,500,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000

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119 STAT. 1406

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

3876

CT

3877

CT

3878

CT

3879

CT

3880

CT

3881

CT

3882

CT

3883

DE

3884

DE

3885

DE

3886

DE

3887
3888

DE
DE

3889
3890

DE
DE

3891

DE

3892

DE

3893

DE

3894

DE

3895

DE

3896
3897

DE
DE

3898

FL

3899

FL

3900

FL

3901

FL

3902

FL

3903

FL

Reconstruct and widen Homer St. and Chase
Ave. in Waterbury from Waterville Avenue
to Nottingham Terrace ...................................
Make improvements to Groton Bicycle and Pedestrian Trails and Facilities .........................
Street and streetscape improvements along
Campbell Ave., West Haven ...........................
Construct New Arterial Roadway from Boston
Avenue North to proposed Lake Success
Business Park in Bridgeport ..........................
Make improvements to Plainfield Moosup
Pond Road ........................................................
Construct UCONN Storrs Campus-Hillside
Road ..................................................................
Construct Shoreline Greenway Trail, Guilford,
Banford, East Haven .......................................
Improve Access to the Wilmington Riverfront
from I–95 including design and construction
of an interchange and street grid redesign ...
Replacement of the Indian River Inlet Bridge,
Sussex County .................................................
Reconstructing I–95/SR 1 interchange, adding
a fifth lane, and replacing toll plaza on
Delaware’s portion of I–95 corridor ...............
City of Dover Transportation and Community
and System Preservation ................................
Wilmington Train Station Restoration .............
Replacement of the Lake Gerar Bridge in Rehoboth Beach ...................................................
Wyoming Mill Road Realignment, Dover ..........
Replacement of the Woodland Ferry on the
Naticoke River between Seaford and Laurel
Hydrogen Storage Research at Delaware State
University in Dover .........................................
Northeast Corridor Commuter Rail Project
from Wilmington to Newark ...........................
Replacement of Railroad Crossings in Wilmington and Marshallton ...............................
Rehabilitate Auto Tour Route at the Bombay
Hook National Wildlife Refuge ......................
Improve pedestrian and bicycle access at the
University of Delaware in Newark ................
Replacement of Fixed Route Transit Buses ......
Enhance and expand the DelTrac Integrated
Transportation Management System ............
I–75 Widening and improvements in Collier
and Lee County, Florida .................................
Sand Lake Road improvements between President’s Drive and I–4 ........................................
Construction of Gulf Coast Parkway, Gulf
County/Port St. Joe with Bay County/Panama City ...........................................................
Improvements to Jacksonville International
Airport Access Road to I–95, Jacksonville ....
New systems interchange ramps at SR 417
and Boggy Creek Road in Orange County,
Florida ..............................................................
Widening (four lanes) of SR 87 North from
Whiting Field to the Alabama border ............

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$1,000,000
$750,000
$750,000
$750,000
$500,000
$500,000
$250,000
$20,000,000
$41,400,000
$20,000,000
$1,000,000
$6,500,000
$1,600,000
$1,500,000
$2,500,000
$2,000,000
$5,000,000
$1,500,000
$5,000,000
$1,000,000
$3,000,000
$3,000,000
$15,000,000
$9,000,000
$10,000,000
$1,000,000
$2,000,000
$4,000,000

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119 STAT. 1407

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3904

FL

3905

FL

3906

FL

3907

FL

3908
3909

FL
FL

3910
3911

FL
FL

3912

FL

3913

FL

3914

FL

3915

FL

3916

FL

3917

FL

3918

FL

3919

FL

3920

FL

3921

FL

3922

FL

3923

FL

3924

FL

Widen SR 710 by two lanes from Congress Avenue to U.S. 1 ..................................................
Widen Palm Coast Parkway and I–95 Interchange and overpass, Flagler County, Florida .....................................................................
Construction of new multi-lane tunnel below
the channel to link the Port of Miami on
Dodge Island with I–395 on Watson Island
and I–95 in Downtown Miami ........................
Construct Flagler Avenue improvements, City
of Key West, Florida .......................................
Improvements to SR 52 in Pasco County, FL ..
Four-Laning SR 281 (Avalon Boulevard) in
Santa Rosa County from I–10 to north of
CSX RR Bridge ................................................
Widen SR 80, Hendry County ............................
Construct new bridge from West Florida Turnpike to CR 714 to 36th Street—Cross S.
Fork of St. Lucie River—Indian Street to
U.S. 1 on east side ...........................................
Construction of four lane highway around
Jacksonville connecting U.S. 1 to Route 9A ..
Expansion of Capital Circle, NW/SW (SR 263)
from Tallahassee Regional Airport to Interstate 10 .............................................................
Construct
I–4
crosstown
connector
in
Hillsborough from I–4 to Port of Tampa .......
Gulf Coast Parkway—Design, engineering,
and construction of a 2-lane Gulf Coast/US
98 bypass ..........................................................
City of Hollywood, U.S. Rt. 1 Young Circle
Safety improvements ......................................
City of Miami Greenway Roadway, construction and design of Miami Greenway Road
improvements and 5th St. improvements .....
Orlando, Lake County, widen to four lanes
State Road 50 from U.S. 27 to Orange County Line, with interchange U.S. 27 ..................
Gainesville, Alachua County, Improve NorthSouth corridor between Archer Rd. and
Newberry Rd. to provide congestion relief to
I–75 corridor, SR 21, SR 24, SR 26 ...............
I–75 improvements, widen to six lanes I–75
from Golden Gate Parkway in Collier County to Daniels Parkway in Lee County ...........
Orlando, Church Street, design and re-construction of the segment of Church Street
from Terry Avenue to Westmoreland in
Parramore Neighborhood ................................
West Palm Beach, Construction of U.S. 1,
Flagler Drive Waterfront Redevelopment
and Traffic Calming Project ...........................
Leon County FL: Capital Circle, NW/SW,
widen Capital Circle, NW/SW to 4 lanes
from I–10 to West U.S. 90 ..............................
Snake Road, improvements, widen and improve Snake Road (BIA 1281) in Hendry and
Broward Counties ............................................

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$1,000,000

$1,000,000
$500,000
$800,000
$3,000,000
$3,000,000

$1,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,100,000
$8,200,000
$8,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$5,000,000

$1,500,000
$8,500,000

$5,800,000
$2,000,000
$7,000,000
$2,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

3925

GA

3926

GA

3927

GA

3928

GA

3929

GA

3930

GA

3931

GA

3932

GA

3933

GA

3934

GA

3935

GA

3936

GA

3937

GA

3938

GA

3939
3940

GA
GA

3941

GA

3942

GA

3943

GA

3944

GA

3945

GA

3946

GA

3947

GA

3948

GA

3949
3950

GA
GA

Hwy 78 Corridor Improvement Gwinnett
County ..............................................................
Transportation improvements to I–285 interchange at Atlanta Rd. Cobb Co ......................
Queens Road widening and reconstruction
Cobb Co ............................................................
Widening Cedarcrest Rd. from Paulding Co. to
Governor’s Towne ............................................
City of Duluth sidewalk and streetscape improvements .......................................................
East Hiram Parkway, from SR 92 to U.S. 278,
Paulding County new location .......................
Transportation improvements to U.S. 84 Connector/Bypass from west of U.S. 84/SR 119
west of Hinesville to U.S. 84/SR 196 south of
Flemington, Liberty County ...........................
Transportation improvements to SR 746/SE
Rome Bypass from SR 101 U.S. 411 Floyd
Co ......................................................................
Transportation improvements to I–575 from I–
75/Cobb north to Sixes Rd/Cherokee for
HOV ..................................................................
Upgrade SR 316 from I–85 to SR 10 Loop,
Gwinnett, Barrow, Oconee Counties new
interchanges and HOV lanes ..........................
SR 204/Abercorn Street from King George
Boulevard to Rio Road widening ....................
SR 96 from I–75 to old Hawkinsville Road
widening and reconstruction ..........................
SR 40 from west of CR 61 to SR 25/US 17 widening .................................................................
SR 247 Connector Improvements from SR 11/
US 41 to SR 247, Warner Robbins widening
and intersection ...............................................
I–285/I–20 West—Reconstruct interchange ......
Johnson Ferry Road/Glenridge Drive widening
from Abernathy Road to Hammond Drive,
Fulton County ..................................................
SR 15 From Clayton City limits to North
Carolina lane widening ...................................
SR 105 from Cannon Bridge Road to Walnut
Street widening ...............................................
SR 369 from Cherokee Circle to CR 267/Hightower Circle Truck Lanes, Forsyth County
passing lanes ...................................................
SR 369 widening from SR 9 to SR 306 and
interchange at SR 400, Forsyth County ........
Widen SR 20 from CR 293 to CS 5231, Forsyth
County ..............................................................
Transportation improvements to SR 306 at CR
65/Waldrip Road, Forsyth County .................
Transportation improvements to U.S. 411 Connector from U.S. 41 to I–75, Bartow County
Construct access roads on Airport Loop road in
Hapeville ..........................................................
Warren County I–20 Frontage Road .................
Kennesaw National Battlefield Park for land
acquisition in carrying out viewshed protection and wildlife abatement ...........................

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$4,000,000
$18,000,000
$1,500,000
$500,000
$300,000
$1,000,000

$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,500,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,500,000
$1,900,000
$1,600,000
$2,200,000
$2,000,000
$3,000,000
$5,000,000
$3,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1409

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

3951

GA

3952

GA

3953

GA

3954

GA

3955

GA

3956

GA

3957

GA

3958
3959

GA
GA

3960

GA

3961

GA

3962

GA

3963

GA

3964

GA

3965

GA

3966

GA

3967

GA

3968

GA

3969

GA

3970

GA

3971

GA

3972

GA

3973

GA

3974

GA

3975

GA

State of Georgia road infrastructure improvements associated with capacity increases at
statewide military installations .....................
State Road 133, widening and improvements
from Moultrie to Valdosta ..............................
Highway 78, improvements to 7 mile corridor,
Snellville, GA, Gwinnett County ....................
Greene County, Conversion of I–20 and Carey
Station Road to a full interchange .................
Southeastern Economic Alliance, Next Generation High Speed Rail Development ................
Commission a study and report regarding the
construction and designation of a new route
linking Savannah, Augusta, and Knoxville ...
Commission a study and report regarding construction and designation of a new Interstate linking Augusta, Macon, Columbus,
Montgomery, and Natchez ..............................
Dekalb County, Northlake Streetscape .............
Dekalb County Schools bicycle and pedestrian
upgrades ...........................................................
Dekalb County, Buford Highway pedestrian
safety improvements .......................................
Transportation improvements to Dekalb County, Stone Mountain Side/Bike Lanes .............
Dekalb County, Rockbridge Road Corridor improvements .......................................................
Transportation improvements to Dekalb County, Southeast DeKalb Arterial Analysis ........
City of Macon, Second Street Bridge Replacement, Reconstruction of ROW ........................
Middle Georgia Clean Air Coalition for congestion mitigation transportation projects .........
Transportation improvements to Chattahoochee Hill Country Regional Greenway Trail
Master Plan .....................................................
City of East Point, Semmes Street Construction ....................................................................
Transportation Improvements to Broad Avenue Bridge, Albany, GA ..................................
Fulton County, Atlanta, Georgia, right-of-way
acquisition to complete a multimodal corridor on SR 1019 by closing property ownership gap ............................................................
Tift County Bypass U.S. 82/SR 520 W to U.S.
319/SR 35 E Truck Route U.S. Highway 82
Cherokee County, SR 20 Widening from I–575
to SR 369 ..........................................................
Transportation improvements to Paulding
County, East Hiram Parkway from SR 92 to
U.S. 278 ............................................................
Columbia County, SR 104, improvements from
SR 383 to CR 515 ............................................
Columbia County, Old Petersburg Road/Old
Evans Road improvements from Baston Way
to Washington Road ........................................
Transportation improvements to White County, West Cleveland Bypass from U.S. 129 to
SR 75 ................................................................

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$10,000,000
$2,000,000
$500,000
$800,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000

$1,000,000
$800,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$2,000,000
$500,000
$3,000,000
$4,500,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$500,000

$2,000,000
$4,500,000
$2,000,000
$2,500,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$2,000,000

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119 STAT. 1410

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

3976

GA

3977

GA

3978

GA

3979

GA

3980
3981

GA
GA

3982
3983

GA
GA

3984

GA

3985
3986

GA
GA

3987

GA

3988

GA

3989

GA

3990

GA

3991

GA

3992

GA

3993

HI

3994
3995
3996

HI
HI
HI

3997

IA

3998

IA

3999

IA

4000

IA

4001

IA

4002

IA

4003

IA

4004

IA

Transportation improvements to Stephens
County, Toccoa Bypass Extension from SR
17 to SR 365 ....................................................
Hall County, Widen SR 53 from Duckett Mill
Rd. to Lake Ranch Court and Old Sardis
Road from SR 53 to Chestatee Road .............
Bartow County, U.S. 411 Connector from U.S.
41 to I–75 .........................................................
Coffee County, Broxton Rocks Restoration
Project, Coffee, and Jeff Davis Counties .......
City of Smyrna, Railroad Quiet Zone ................
City of Smyrna, Brawner Park development
and construction ..............................................
City of Smyrna, Railroad Pedestrian Bridge ....
City of Duluth, intersection realignment and
road extension of Davenport Rd. at Buford
Hwy ..................................................................
City of Duluth, sidewalks along Davenport
Road ..................................................................
Pickens County, Repair of Steve Tate Road .....
Gwinnett County, Extension of Sugarloaf
Parkway, Hwy 120 ..........................................
City of Macon, Bloomfield Road, purchase of
right-of-way and engineering .........................
City of Macon, Wimbish Road, widening and
striping for bike lanes .....................................
Pierce Avenue, widening/striping to create
bike lanes from Ingelside Ave. to Riverside
Drive .................................................................
City of Macon, Rivoli Drive, widening, striping
to create bike lanes .........................................
Rockdale County, Georgia Veterans Memorial
Park pedestrian walkway ...............................
City of Macon, Riverside Drive Streetscapes
and Bike Pedestrian Amenities ......................
Kapolei transportation improvements, Island
of Oahu .............................................................
Widen Queen Kaahumanu Highway .................
Construct Honoapiilani Highway Realignment
Improvements to Saddle Road on the Island of
Hawaii ..............................................................
Transportation improvements to U.S. 20, 4lane in Webster, Sac, Calhoun, and Webster
Counties ...........................................................
Transportation improvements to U.S. 30, 4lane in Marshall, Story, and Boone Counties
Transportation improvements to U.S. 34 Missouri River Bridges, Mills County .................
Transportation improvements to I–74, including Mississippi River preliminary work, in
Scott County, Iowa ..........................................
U.S. 63 improvements, Chickasaw, Bremer,
and Black Hawk Counties, .............................
Transportation improvements to Hoven Corridor/Outer Drive Project, Sioux City ............
Transportation improvements to East Beltway,
Pottawattamie County ....................................
Transportation improvements to U.S. 30 ‘‘Liberty Square’’, Clinton ......................................

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$2,000,000
$5,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,200,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$500,000
$500,000
$5,000,000
$1,500,000
$500,000
$500,000
$900,000
$500,000
$500,000
$35,000,000
$15,000,000
$10,000,000
$40,000,000
$11,000,000
$12,000,000
$12,000,000
$6,000,000
$5,000,000
$8,000,000
$6,000,000
$6,000,000

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119 STAT. 1411

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4005

IA

4006

IA

4007

IA

4008

IA

4009

IA

4010

IA

4011

IA

4012

IA

4013

IA

4014

IA

4015

IA

4016

IA

4017

IA

4018
4019

IA
IA

4020
4021
4022

IA
IA
IA

4023

IA

4024

IA

4025
4026
4027

IA
IA
IA

4028
4029

IA
IA

4030

IA

4031
4032

IA
IA

4033

IA

4034
4035

IA
IA

Transportation improvements to Edgewood
Road Viaduct, Cedar Rapids ..........................
Transportation improvements to I–80 Interchange at Alice’s Road/105th Street, Waukee
Transportation improvements to U.S. 61 Bypass, Fort Madison ..........................................
Transportation improvements to U.S. 61 and
Hershey Avenue Interchange, Muscatine .....
Transportation improvements to U.S. 63, Waterloo .................................................................
Transportation improvements to Grand Avenue, Ames ........................................................
Transportation improvements to SE Connector/Martin Luther King, Jr., Parkway,
Des Moines .......................................................
Transportation improvements to Highland
Acres Road, Marshalltown ..............................
Transportation improvements to 65th/67th
Street, Davenport ............................................
Transportation improvements to Highway 4
underpass in Jefferson ....................................
Transportation improvements to I–235 reconstruction, Des Moines .....................................
Transportation improvements to Lake Belva
Deer Transportation Project, Sigourney ........
Construct SE Connector/Martin Luther King,
Jr., Pkwy, Des Moines ....................................
I–35 interchange improvements, Ankeny .........
City of Council Bluffs and Pottawattamie
County East Beltway Roadway and Connectors Project .......................................................
Trail Planning in the Des Moines MPO area ...
Highway 63 in Waterloo, Iowa improvements
Cedar Falls recreational trails including Highway 58 intersection .........................................
Rail extension to the Eastern Iowa Industrial
Center, Davenport, IA .....................................
Design and construct trails, Carlisle to Des
Moines ..............................................................
Improve Great Western Trail, Warren County
Highway 61 improvements, Muscatine .............
Improve, construct, and land acquisition, Central Iowa Loop Trail, Ankeny to Woodward
including the Des Moines River High Bridge
Collins Road Improvements, Cedar Rapids ......
I–74 improvements in Scott County Iowa including Mississippi River bridge design ........
Access and transportation enhancements to
access Lake Belva Deer, Sigourney ...............
Widening of Hwy 44, Grimes .............................
Highway 92 improvements including Design in
Warren County ................................................
Construction of approaches and viaduct on
Edgewood Rd. SW over the UP Railroad,
Prairie Creek, and the CRANDIC railroad ...
NW 70th Ave. reconstruction, Johnston ...........
Construction of Sioux City, Iowa Hoeven Corridor—Outer Drive Project .............................

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$5,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,000,000
$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$2,000,000
$5,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,000,000
$100,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,000,000
$650,000
$25,000
$1,500,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$400,000
$200,000
$200,000
$1,500,000
$1,000,000
$3,000,000

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119 STAT. 1412

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

4036

IA

4037

ID

4038

ID

4039

ID

4040

ID

4041

ID

4042

ID

4043

ID

4044

ID

4045

ID

4046

ID

4047

ID

4048

ID

4049

ID

4050

IL

4051

IL

4052

IL

4053

IL

4054

IL

4055

IL

4056

IL

4057

IL

4058

IL

4059
4060

IL
IL

4061
4062
4063

IL
IL
IL

4064

IL

U.S. 34 Missouri River bridge relocation and
replacement .....................................................
Transportation improvements to Widen U.S.
95, Worley to Mica Creek ...............................
Transportation improvements to Improve SH
75, Timmerman to Ketchum ..........................
Transportation improvements to U.S. 20,
Menan-Lorenzo Interchange ...........................
Construct interchange on I–84 at Ten-Mile
Road, Meridian, Idaho ....................................
Transportation improvements to U.S. 93, Twin
Falls Alternate Route, Stages II and III .......
Transportation improvements to U.S. 30,
McCammon to Lava East ...............................
Reconstruct Grangemont Road (ID Forest Hwy
67) from Orofino to MP 9.3, Segment I, II,
and III ..............................................................
Widen Amity Road from Chestnut St. to Robinson Road, Nampa, Idaho .............................
Construct Washington St. North From
Addison Ave. to Pole Line Road, Twin Falls,
Idaho .................................................................
Transportation improvements to Bridging the
Valley, Kootenai County .................................
Transportation improvements to Three Cities
River Crossing, Eagle ......................................
Transportation improvements to SH 55, Between Miles Posts 94 and 102 ........................
Transportation improvements to Amity Road
Widening to Kings Overpass, Nampa ............
Construct extension of U.S. 51 from .9 miles
south of Moweaqua to 4.6 miles south of
Moweaqua ........................................................
Construction of Galena and Freeport bypasses,
U.S. 20 ..............................................................
Widen U.S. 30, Fulton-Rock Falls (Morrison),
Whiteside County ............................................
Construction of 11th Street Extension, Springfield ...................................................................
Construction of Capital Avenue Project, 7th—
11th Streets, Springfield .................................
Design, land acquisition, and construction of
West State St. (US Business 20) from Meridian Rd. to Rockton Ave. in Rockford ..............
To conduct study of U.S. 67 bridge over Illinois
River, Beardstown ...........................................
Construction to improve access of Interstate
57/64, Mount Vernon ......................................
Expand U.S. 67, Brighton to Bunker Hill
Road, Macoupin County ..................................
Improvements to Harrison Street, Quincy .......
Construction of Joliet Arsenal Road improvements, Will County .........................................
Continue expansion of IL 336, Macomb-Peoria
Construct I–290, The Village of Oak Park .......
Improve U.S. Route 34 from Kewanee to
Kentville Road .................................................
Construction of IL Route 31—Algonquin Bypass to Rakow Road ........................................

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Amount

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$1,425,000
$20,000,000
$16,000,000
$12,000,000
$16,000,000
$13,000,000
$11,000,000
$7,000,000
$3,000,000
$1,000,000
$5,000,000
$3,000,000
$4,000,000
$4,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$2,250,000
$6,000,000
$4,000,000
$5,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,500,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$500,000
$3,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1413

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4065

IL

4066
4067
4068

IL
IL
IL

4069
4070

IL
IL

4071

IL

4072

IL

4073

IL

4074

IL

4075
4076
4077

IL
IL
IL

4078

IL

4079

IL

4080
4081
4082

IL
IL
IL

4083

IL

4084
4085

IL
IL

4086

IL

4087
4088
4089

IL
IL
IL

4090

IL

4091

IL

4092

IL

4093

IL

4094

IL

4095
4096

IL
IL

Road improvements in Elmwood Park, Franklin Park, Northlake, Oak Park, River Forest,
River Grove, and Stone Park .........................
Bourbonnais road improvements, Bourbonnais
Bayview Bridge improvements, Adams County
Improvements to Maple/Manteno Lake Road,
Manteno ...........................................................
Replace Interstate 74 Bridge, Moline ................
Constitution Trail Extension—Grove Street
south to Lafayette Street, Bloomington ........
Improve transportation accessibility at Chicago Botanic Garden, Glencoe ........................
Loyola University-Chicago vehicular-pedestrian right-of-way, Chicago .............................
Construct extension of Route 3 from Loop Hog
Hollow Road to Monsanto Road, Cahokia/
Sauget ..............................................................
Engineering, Preconstruction and Construction
of North-South Wacker Drive, Chicago .........
Upgrade Roads, Summit ....................................
Widen U.S. Highway 30 in Whiteside County
For the construction of the Grand Avenue Underpass, Village of Franklin Park ..................
Illinois 31 Roadway improvements, Algonquin
Bypass—Rakow Road ......................................
Road
improvements
associated
with
Diversatech Campus, Manteno ......................
Upgrade Veterans Drive in Pekin Illinois ........
Street Resurfacing, City of Centreville .............
Design, land acquisition, and construction of
South Main Street (IL 2) Corridor from Beltline Road to Cedar Street in Rockford ...........
Preconstruction and construction activities for
U.S. 51 ..............................................................
Construct I–290, The Village of Oak Park .......
Mitchell Road to Farnsworth Avenue improvements, Aurora ..................................................
Preconstruction and construction, East New
York Street, Aurora .........................................
Improve Great River Road, Mercer County ......
Improve Great River Road, Warsaw .................
Undertake traffic mitigation and circulation
enhancements on 57th and Lakeshore Drive,
Chicago .............................................................
Upgrade 31st Street and Golfview Road intersection and construct parking facilities,
Brookfield .........................................................
Phase II Road Construction, Outer Belt West,
Effingham ........................................................
Construct four lane extension of IL Rt. 29
from Rochester to Taylorville .........................
Preconstruction and construction activities on
U.S. 67 from Macomb to Alton .......................
Preconstruction and construction activities on
U.S. 34 from Monmouth to Plano ..................
Improve Lightfoot Road, City of Farmington ...
Pioneer Parkway improvements, Peoria ...........

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$1,000,000
$1,500,000
$250,000
$1,000,000
$1,500,000
$750,000
$1,500,000
$750,000
$1,500,000
$10,000,000
$750,000
$2,200,000
$1,000,000
$7,000,000
$700,000
$4,000,000
$500,000
$5,000,000
$7,500,000
$2,000,000
$2,500,000
$3,000,000
$500,000
$250,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$1,500,000
$1,000,000
$7,000,000
$5,000,000
$500,000
$1,000,000

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119 STAT. 1414

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

4097

IL

4098

IL

4099

IL

4100

IL

4101

IL

4102

IL

4103

IL

4104

IL

4105

IL

4106
4107

IL
IL

4108

IL

4109

IL

4110

IL

4111

IL

4112

IL

4113

IL

4114

IL

4115

IL

4116

IL

4117

IL

4118

IL

4119

IL

4120

IN

4121

IN

4122

IN

Transportation enhancements and road improvements necessary for Downtown Plaza
improvements in Jacksonville ........................
City of Havana, Illinois upgrades to Broadway
Street ................................................................
Improvements to County Highway One, Calhoun County ....................................................
Resurfacing of East Main Street in Staunton,
Macoupin County ............................................
Bike trail extension for the Kankakee River
Trail Project, Kankakee ..................................
Improve Highway-Railroad Crossings, Galesburg ..................................................................
Improvements to township roads in Shawnee
National Forest, Pope County ........................
Associated improvements for the Intersection
of IL 13 and 37, Marion ..................................
Construction of 11th Street Extension in
Springfield ........................................................
Widen U.S. 30 in Whiteside County ..................
Upgrade 31st Street and Golfview Road and
construct parking facilities in Brookfield ......
Bayview Bridge improvements in Adams
County ..............................................................
Preconstruction and construction of IL 13 connector in Harrisburg .......................................
Expansion of U.S. 67 from Brighton to Bunker
Hill Road in Macoupin County .......................
Loyola University-Chicago vehicular-pedestrian right-of-way in Chicago .........................
Constitution Trail Extension (Grove Street
south to Lafayette Street) in Bloomington ....
Improvements to 11th Avenue streetscape,
campus trails and bridges at Augustana College in Rock Island ..........................................
Improvements to Oakland, Main Street,
Elderado and Fairview, streetscape in the
vicinity of Millikin University, Decatur ........
The extension of MacArthur Boulevard from
Wabash to Iron Bridge Road in Springfield ..
Restoration of the historic railroad depot and
intermodal in Mattoon ....................................
Construct overpass, U.S. 40 to Southwest Andrews Drive in Greenville ...............................
Improvements to Cockrell Lane in the City of
Springfield ........................................................
Construct extension of Route 3 from Loop Hog
Hollow Road to Monsanto Road in Cahokia/
Sauget ..............................................................
Construct interchange for 146th and I–69,
Hamilton County, Indiana ..............................
Construction of Dixon Road from Markland
Avenue to Judson Road in Kokomo, Indiana
Widening road (along Gordon Road, 6th
Street, and West Shafer Drive) to three-lane
street, with sidewalk and improvements to
existing bridge, White County/Monticello,
Indiana .............................................................

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$1,000,000
$500,000
$1,000,000
$500,000
$400,000
$500,000
$500,000
$500,000
$800,000
$550,000
$1,000,000
$250,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$250,000
$250,000
$1,500,000
$1,500,000
$2,000,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$1,200,000
$500,000
$600,000
$100,000

$2,880,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1415

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4123

IN

4124

IN

4125

IN

4126

IN

4127

IN

4128

IN

4129

IN

4130

IN

4131
4132

IN
IN

4133

IN

4134

IN

4135

IN

4136

IN

4137

IN

4138

IN

4139

IN

4140

IN

4141
4142

IN
IN

4143

IN

4144
4145

IN
IN

4146

IN

4147

IN

4148

IN

4149

IN

4150

IN

Cyntheanne Road Interchange and corridor
improvements, Town of Fishers .....................
Construct interchange at I–65 and 109th Avenue, Crown Point, Indiana .............................
Transportation improvements to 126th Street
Project, Town of Fishers .................................
Reconstruct 45th Avenue from Colfax Street to
Grant Street, Lake County .............................
Construct grade separation underpass on
Main Street in Mishawaka .............................
Widen Old Meridian Street from two to four
lanes, City of Carmel ......................................
Upgrade traffic signals Phase III in the City of
Muncie, Indiana ..............................................
Transportation improvements to 100 South,
Porter County ..................................................
Widen U.S. 31 Hamilton County .......................
Resurface and widen Shelby County, Indiana
400 North Phases IV–V ..................................
Reconstruct and widen Shelby County, Indiana 500 East from 1200 North to U.S. 52 ....
Extend Everbrooke Drive from SR 332 to
Bethel Avenue in the City of Muncie ............
Construct U.S. 231 in Spencer and Dubois
Counties ...........................................................
Widening Wheeling Avenue from Centennial
to McGailliard Road in the City of Muncie ...
Upgrade rail crossing at 93rd Avenue, St.
John ..................................................................
Study traffic on Muncie bypass from Centennial Avenue to McGailliard Road in the City
of Muncie and Delaware County ....................
Design and construct Tanner Creek Bridge on
U.S. 50, Dearborn County ..............................
Reconstruct Boston Street, from State Road 2
to Bach Street, Larson-Whirlpool Street in
LaPorte, Indiana .............................................
45th Street improvements, Munster, Indiana ..
Redevelop and complete the Cardinal Greenway and Starr-Genett Area in the City of
Richmond .........................................................
Improve Intersection at Jackson Street and
Morrison Road in the City of Muncie, Delaware County .....................................................
Replace Samuelson Road Underpass, Portage
Design and construct Indiana Ohio River
Bridges Project on I–65 and 265 ....................
Construct Shelby County, Indiana Shelbyville
Parkway ...........................................................
Construct Hoosier Heartland Highway in Cass
and Carroll County .........................................
Improve State Road 332 and Nebo Road Intersection in Delaware County ...........................
Design, engineering, right-of-way acquisition,
and construction for the Grant County Economic Corridor .................................................
Construction of multi-use paths, Town of Fishers .....................................................................

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Amount
$200,000
$1,490,844
$250,000
$540,000
$400,000
$225,000
$128,000
$200,000
$200,000
$200,000
$200,000
$128,000
$1,200,000
$192,000
$40,000
$24,000
$248,000
$150,000
$100,000
$600,000
$112,000
$632,578
$4,000,000
$100,000
$600,000
$600,000
$400,000
$50,000

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119 STAT. 1416

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

4151

IN

4152

IN

4153

IN

4154
4155
4156

IN
IN
IN

4157

IN

4158

IN

4159

IN

4160
4161
4162

IN
IN
IN

4163

IN

4164

IN

4165

IN

4166

IN

4167

IN

4168

IN

4169
4170
4171
4172
4173

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

4174
4175
4176

IN
IN
IN

4177

IN

4178

IN

4179

IN

4180

IN

Acquire right-of-way for and construct University Parkway from Upper Mount Vernon
Road to SR 66 ..................................................
Conduct study for U.S. 50 Corridor improvements, Dearborn County ................................
Construct U.S. 31 Kokomo Corridor Project for
Kokomo and Howard County .........................
Improve Bailie Street, Kentland ........................
Downtown road improvements, Indianapolis ...
Construct U.S. 31 Plymouth to South Bend
Freeway Project in Marshall and St. Joseph
Counties ...........................................................
Construct Margaret Avenue Safety and Capacity Enhancement Project ................................
Preliminary engineering, right-of-way and construction for Perimeter Parkway—West Lafayette/Purdue University ..............................
Construction of Maplecrest Road Extension,
Allen County ....................................................
Realign State Road 312, Hammond ..................
Construct I–69 Evansville to Indianapolis .......
Construct service road parallel in the City of
Anderson ..........................................................
Reconstruct Hoosier Heartland Highway, Wabash, Huntington and Miami County Indiana segments ...................................................
North
Calumet
Avenue
improvements,
Valparaiso ........................................................
Complete construction of paths at Hamilton
County Riverwalk, Noblesville .......................
Improve campus streets to increase pedestrian
safety and ease vehicular congestion in the
City of Anderson ..............................................
Construction of I–64 interchange, Harrison
County, Indiana ...............................................
Study alternatives along 2 miles of railroad to
eliminate in-town highway-rail crossings to
improve safety and reduce congestion in
Delaware County .............................................
Improve SR 9 Greenfield Corridor ....................
Redevelop Hazeldell Road, Hamilton County ...
SR 56 Reconstruction, Aurora ...........................
Reconstruct Standard Avenue, Whiting ............
Construct Hoham Drive Extension in Plymouth ..................................................................
Construction of County Road 17-Elkhart .........
Construction of Star Hill Road, Clark County
Design and reconstruct residential streets in
the City of Muncie ...........................................
Reconstruct bridges at County Roads 200 East
and 300 East in LaPorte County ...................
Reconstruct McClung Road from State Road
39 to Park Street in LaPorte ..........................
Highway-rail crossing safety related improvements on Route 37 between U.S. 35 and
U.S. 50 ..............................................................
Maintain full funding of TEA–LU HPPs as
necessary, with balance for other eligible
INDOT projects ...............................................

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Amount

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$600,000
$60,000
$200,000
$64,000
$4,500,000
$2,200,000
$600,000
$1,120,000
$2,200,000
$832,578
$2,800,000
$800,000
$200,000
$240,000
$75,000
$400,000
$1,062,000

$30,000
$100,000
$200,000
$1,024,000
$260,000
$100,000
$1,000,000
$443,000
$186,000
$100,000
$150,000
$1,400,000
$20,263,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1417

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4181

IN

4182

IN

4183

IN

4184

IN

4185

IN

4186

IN

4187

IN

4188

IN

4189

KS

4190

KS

4191

KS

4192

KS

4193

KS

4194

KS

4195

KS

4196

KS

4197

KS

4198
4199

KS
KS

4200

KS

4201

KS

4202

KS

4203
4204

KS
KS

Removal of I–65/I–70 Market Street Ramp and
Streetscaping, Indianapolis ............................
Downtown Indianapolis road improvements,
transportation enhancements, streetscaping,
bicycle paths and pedestrian walkways ........
Relocation of railroad lines at Gary/Chicago
Airport in Gary ................................................
Design, engineering, right-of-way acquisition,
and construction for the Grant County Economic Corridor .................................................
Improve Clinton Street Corridor and Replace
Clinton Street Bridge spanning St. Mary’s
River in downtown Fort Wayne .....................
Widen unsafe U.S. 24 between Fort Wayne
and Defiance, OH ............................................
Construct and Improve ISR 62 (Lloyd Expressway) in Evansville ...........................................
Margaret Avenue Safety and Capacity Enhancement—Construct a 4-lane roadway extending from SR 63 on Terre Haute’s west
side to SR 46 ....................................................
Construction of 4-lane improvement on K–18
in Riley County ................................................
Reconstruction of I–235/U.S.-54 and I–235/
Central interchanges and expansion of I–235
to a 6-lane facility between the interchanges
in Wichita .........................................................
Replacement or rehabilitation of the Amelia
Earhart U.S.–59 Bridge in Atchison County
Debt retirement for Dodge City Depot project,
Dodge City .......................................................
Reconstruction and rehabilitation of the intersection of K–18 and 12th Street interchange
in Riley County, KS ........................................
Reconstruction of an interchange at U.S. 73
and 20th Street in the City of Leavenworth
Replacement of the Spring Creek Bridge on
U.S. 160 in Cowley County .............................
Construction,
improvements,
and
streetscaping for Wyatt Earp Boulevard/U.S.
Business 50 in Dodge City ..............................
Construction of an interchange at K–7 and
55th Street/Johnson Drive, an overpass
structure for Clear Creek Parkway, and
other access improvements to K–7 in the
City of Shawnee ...............................................
Reconstruction of K–27 in Sherman County ....
Street and sidewalk replacement in downtown
Fort Scott .........................................................
Reconstruction or widening of 135th Street
from Metcalf to Nall in Overland Park .........
Reconstruction of Desoto Road in the City of
Lansing .............................................................
Construct I–35 and Lone Elm Road interchange and widen I–35 from 51st St. to 59th
St. in the City of Olathe .................................
Reconstruction of I–70 in Saline County ..........
Construction of the Prairie State Parkway (KS
Hwy 7 to Mize Blvd.) in the City of Lenexa

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$5,000,000
$6,000,000
$7,000,000
$2,000,000
$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$4,000,000

$4,000,000
$20,000,000

$10,000,000
$5,000,000
$2,000,000
$10,000,000
$2,500,000
$1,200,000
$3,500,000

$3,000,000
$5,000,000
$1,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,000,000

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119 STAT. 1418

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

4205

KS

4206
4207

KS
KS

4208

KS

4209

KS

4210

KS

4211

KS

4212

KY

4213

KY

4214

KY

4215

KY

4216

KY

4217

KY

4218

KY

4219
4220

KY
KY

4221

KY

4222

KY

4223

KY

4224

KY

4225

KY

4226
4227
4228

LA
LA
LA

4229

LA

4230

LA

Rehabilitation and reconstruction of U.S. 169
and interchange with U.S. 166 in Montgomery County ................................................
Rehabilitation of U.S. 54 in Kingman County
Replacement of K–39 bridge over SKO Railroad in the City of Chanute ...........................
Reconstruction and relocation of interchanges
on U.S. 156 near RS 255 and the Horse
Thief Canyon Reservoir entrance in
Hodgeman County ...........................................
U.S. Highway 50 Shoulder widening between
Dodge City and Garden City ..........................
Research and development of advanced vehicle
technology concepts at the University of
Kansas Transportation Research Institute,
Lawrence ..........................................................
Research and development of rural transportation infrastructure at Kansas State University, Manhattan ..........................................
Owensboro Riverfront Development Project in
Owensboro ........................................................
Construction of new I–65 Interchange in Warren County .......................................................
Oregon Road Bridge Replacement Project in
Mercer County .................................................
Ashland Riverfront Development Project in
Ashland ............................................................
Henderson Riverfront Development Project in
Henderson ........................................................
Transportation improvements to Brent Spence
Bridge ...............................................................
Transportation improvements to AA—I–275
Connector, Campbell County ..........................
Abraham Lincoln Project, LaRue County .........
Breathitt-Pennyrile
Extension,
Christian
County ..............................................................
Transportation improvements to U.S. 60
Owensboro, Daviess County ...........................
Transportation improvements to Hwy 163
from Hwy 90 to Tompkinsville, Monroe
County ..............................................................
Feasibility study of construction on U.S. 27 to
I–75 connector road, Jessamine County ........
Reconstruction of KY 61 from U.S. 68 in
Greensburg to Columbia (the national highway system truck route) 16.1 miles, Green
County ..............................................................
Southern Connector from KY 139 to KY 9,
Caldwell County ..............................................
Transportation improvements to I–49 North ...
Transportation improvements to I–49 South ...
Improvements to Louisiana Highway 1 between the Caminada Bridge and the intersection of Louisiana Highway 1 and U.S. 90
Upgrade LA 28 to four lanes from LA 121 to
LA 465 ..............................................................
Construct Kansas-Garrett Connector and I–20
interchange improvements .............................

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Amount

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$4,000,000
$2,550,000
$1,189,000

$561,000
$4,500,000

$4,500,000
$1,500,000
$30,000,000
$23,000,000
$1,000,000
$10,220,000
$10,000,000
$34,000,000
$6,000,000
$3,500,000
$2,500,000
$5,500,000
$4,000,000
$500,000

$3,000,000
$1,000,000
$22,500,000
$16,000,000
$20,000,000
$17,400,000
$8,350,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1419

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4231

LA

4232
4233

LA
LA

4234

LA

4235

LA

4236

LA

4237

LA

4238

LA

4239

LA

4240

LA

4241
4242

LA
LA

4243

LA

4244

LA

4245
4246

LA
LA

4247
4248

LA
LA

4249
4250

LA
LA

4251

LA

4252

LA

4253

LA

4254

LA

4255

LA

4256

LA

4257

LA

Further construction to improve draining at
Clearview Parkway (LA 3152) and Earhart
Expressway (LA3139) .....................................
Study of Baton Rouge Loop Project ...................
Water Well Road Gateway Corridor (LA
478)—design, right-of-way, and construction
of 3.6 miles from I–49 to LA 1 .......................
Widen LA 18 from Northrup Grumman/
Avondale Shipyards to U.S. 90, Jefferson
Parish ...............................................................
Red River National Wildlife Refuge Visitor
Center ...............................................................
Construct ROW improvements from Third St.
at James St. to LA Hwy One at Broadway
St. Acquire property at Third St. and Winn
St ......................................................................
West Lake Overpass—To make grade separation interchange improvements at Sampson
Street ................................................................
Improve by widening, realigning, and resurface 3.2 miles of LA Hwy 820 between LA
Hwy 145 and LA Hwy 821 .............................
Connection between Highway 51 By-Pass and
Old Baton Rouge Highway 1040—Hammond
LA 3224—Hemlock Street at U.S. 61 improvements—St. John the Baptist Parish ..............
Louisiana Interstate 49 South Corridor ............
Design and acquire right-of-way, Louisiana I–
69, Louisiana Segment, SIU 15 .....................
Construction to improve drainage at Clearview
Parkway (LA 3152) and Earhart Expressway (LA 3139) ..................................................
Shreveport Intelligent Transportation System
in Northwest, LA .............................................
Widen I–10 in New Orleans ...............................
St. Tammany U.S. 11 bicycle path and sidewalk improvements .........................................
Bossier Parish Congestion Relief Program .......
I–10 Ryan Street exit ramp and relocation/realignments .......................................................
Improve Zachary Taylor Parkway .....................
LA-1 drainage and sidewalk improvements in
Grande Isle ......................................................
Construct I–20 interchanges at U.S. 167 at
Tarbutton Rd. Construct East West Frontage Roads along I–20 ......................................
Louisiana University Consortium for Smart
Growth Study and Educational Outreach .....
Upgrade El Camino East-West Corridor along
LA 6 ..................................................................
Develop and construct St. Martinville Bypass,
LA 31 North to LA 96 .....................................
Construct Leeville Bridge from Port Fouchon
to Golden Meadow ...........................................
Improve Natchitoches Johnson Chute and
Posey Road connection to I–49 to LA 1 .........
LA 50 (Almedia) widening and I–310/U.S. 90
interchange improvements, St. Charles Parish .....................................................................

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$3,585,000
$500,000
$831,000
$1,325,000
$850,000

$400,000
$2,200,000
$400,000
$100,000
$519,000
$7,500,000
$2,500,000
$900,000
$1,500,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,500,000
$1,500,000
$2,000,000
$1,500,000
$1,500,000
$2,000,000
$1,500,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$500,000
$500,000

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119 STAT. 1420

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

4258

LA

4259

LA

4260
4261

LA
LA

4262

LA

4263
4264

LA
LA

4265
4266

MA
MA

4267

MA

4268

MA

4269

MA

4270

MA

4271

MA

4272

MA

4273

MA

4274

MA

4275

MA

4276

MA

4277

MA

4278

MA

4279

MA

4280

MA

4281

MA

4282

MA

4283

MA

4284

MA

Upgrade LA 28 to four lanes from LA 121 to
LA 465 ..............................................................
Rehabilitation of Street Routes Project in Bogalusa ...............................................................
Construction of I–10 Access Rd., Crowley, LA
Replace Kerner Ferry Bridge Jefferson Parish
Bayou Barataria ..............................................
Peters Road improvements in Plaquemines
Parish ...............................................................
Improvements to LA 46 in St. Bernard Parish
Baton Rouge Intelligent Transportation System ....................................................................
Reconstruct Chelsea Street Bridge in Boston ..
Design and construct downtown roadway and
streetscape enhancements in Worcester ........
Design and construct Rt. 24 Interchange in
Fall River and Freetown .................................
Design and construct multimodal improvements and facilities in New Bedford .............
Construct access improvements to the Lawrence Gateway Project, Lawrence ..................
Construct pedestrian and vehicular access improvements on the existing Brightman
Street Bridge in Fall River .............................
Northern Avenue Bridge rehabilitation in Boston .....................................................................
Construct Phase II of the Quincy Center Concourse Extension in Quincy ............................
Design and construct downtown roadway and
streetscape improvements in North Adams ..
Construct Holyoke Canalwalk and streetscape
improvements in Holyoke ...............................
Road improvements between Museum Road
and Forsyth Way in Boston ............................
Design and construct access improvements
and intermodal facilities at the former
South Weymouth Naval Air Station in
South Weymouth .............................................
Design and construct Boston National Park
traveler information system and visitor center in Boston ....................................................
Construct Haverhill intermodal center access
and vehicle capacity improvements in Haverhill ...............................................................
Design and construct roadway and streetscape
improvements in Franklin ..............................
Construct Lechmere Station area roadway and
access improvements in Cambridge ...............
Design and construct Assembly Square
multimodal access improvements in Somerville ...................................................................
Construct downtown roadway and corridor improvements in Gloucester ...............................
Construct the Blackstone River Bikeway and
Worcester Bikeway Pavilion between Providence, RI and Worcester .................................
Construct Melnea Cass Corridor improvements in Boston ...............................................

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Amount

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$1,000,000
$500,000
$500,000
$500,000
$500,000
$100,000
$1,000,000
$6,000,000
$4,500,000
$5,500,000
$5,500,000
$2,500,000
$500,000
$6,000,000
$6,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,500,000
$3,000,000

$8,000,000
$7,000,000
$3,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$4,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1421

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4285

MA

4286

MA

4287

MA

4288

MA

4289
4290

MD
MD

4291

MD

4292

MD

4293

MD

4294

MD

4295

MD

4296

MD

4297
4298
4299

MD
MD
MD

4300
4301
4302

MD
MD
MD

4303
4304
4305

MD
MD
MD

4306

MD

4307

MD

4308

MD

4309

MD

4310

MD

4311

MD

4312
4313

MD
MD

Construct Southeastern Massachusetts freight
rail corridor improvements in Bristol County
Reconstruct Rt. 24/Rt. 140 Interchange, replace bridge and ramps, widen and extend
acceleration and deceleration lanes ...............
Design and construct Rt. 20 access road in
Westfield ..........................................................
Reconfigure Kilby-Gardner-Hammond area
road network in Worcester .............................
I–70 Improvement Project: Frederick, MD .......
Construction and dualization of MD 404 in
Queen Anne’s, Talbot and Caroline Counties
Construct U.S. 220 MD 53 North/South Corridor ..................................................................
Upgrade MD 175 in Anne Arundel county between MD 170 and BW Parkway ...................
Construct a visitor center and related roads,
and parking serving Fort McHenry ...............
Construct Assateague Island National Seashore visitors center and related road improvements .......................................................
Construction of new interchange at MD 5, MD
373 and Brandywine Rd .................................
Rehabilitate Pennington Avenue Drawbridge,
Baltimore .........................................................
Construction and dualization of U.S. 113 .........
Construct MD 5 Hughesville Bypass ................
Construct U.S. 40, MD 715 interchange at Aberdeen Proving Ground ...................................
Construct MD 4 at Suitland Parkway ..............
Baltimore Rail Tunnel improvement study ......
Construct Allegheny Highlands pedestrian/bicycle trail ..........................................................
Upgrade MD 210 from MD 228 to I–495 ..........
Patuxent Research Refuge Road improvements
Rehabilitate roadways around East Baltimore
Life Science Park .............................................
Construction of new Baltimore water taxi terminals ...............................................................
Upgrade I–95, I–495, MD 5/Branch Avenue
Metro Access ....................................................
Construct Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge visitors center, trails and road improvements ................................................................
Edgewood, MD train station streetscaping and
parking improvements ....................................
Roadway improvements from intersection of
U.S. 29 in Montgomery Co. along Industrial
Parkway thru to FDA access/Cherry Hill
Road ..................................................................
Roadway access improvements, boardwalks,
and pier construction at Hanover Street and
West Cromwell, Baltimore ..............................
MD 295 BWI access improvements ...................
Construction of Maryland Ave. and Market St.
intermodal access project, including pedestrian safety improvements and Baltimore
Rd. corridor, Rockville .....................................

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Amount
$5,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$13,400,000
$11,000,000
$9,200,000
$6,700,000
$5,300,000
$6,300,000
$4,000,000
$5,500,000
$3,200,000
$3,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,800,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,200,000
$2,000,000
$1,800,000
$1,500,000
$1,500,000

$2,000,000
$1,500,000
$1,200,000

$800,000

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119 STAT. 1422

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

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State

Project Description

4314

MD

4315

MD

4316
4317

ME
ME

4318

ME

4319

ME

4320

ME

4321

ME

4322

ME

4323

ME

4324

ME

4325

ME

4326

ME

4327

ME

4328

ME

4329

ME

4330

ME

4331

ME

4332

ME

4333

MI

4334
4335

MI
MI

4336

MI

4337

MI

4338

MI

Construct Woodrow Wilson Bridge Anacostia
River wetlands mitigation project ..................
Construct Potomac River Gorge stormwater
mitigation project ............................................
I–295 improvements in Portland .......................
Construction of Calais/St. Stephan Border
Crossing Project, Calais ..................................
Improvements and construction of the Lewiston-Auburn Highway, Lewiston .....................
Replacement of Waldo-Hancock bridge and
construction of related pedestrian walkways
Transportation improvements for Maine EastWest Corridor Project .....................................
Augusta Memorial Bridge improvements, Augusta .................................................................
Plan and construct North-South Aroostook
highways, to improve access to St. John Valley, including Presque Isle Bypass and other
improvements ..................................................
Construction of an Intermodal Center in Acadia Park, Bar Harbor ......................................
Replacement of the Route 201–A ‘‘covered’’
bridge, Norridgewock ......................................
Repair and improvements of Richmond-Dresden Bridge, Richmond-Dresden ......................
Access and traffic improvements to Route 15
in Brewer .........................................................
State of Maine Pedestrian and Bicycle Trail
Project ..............................................................
Plan and construct North-South Aroostook
highways, to improve access to St. John Valley, including Presque Isle Bypass and other
improvements ..................................................
Construction of the Gorham Village Bypass,
Gorham ............................................................
Improvements for statewide bike and pedestrian projects ....................................................
Repair and improvement of Harpswell
Cribstone Bridge, Harpswell ..........................
Repair and improvement of Deer Isle-Sedgwick Bridge, Deer Isle-Sedgwick ....................
Plan and construct, land acquisition, Detroit
West Riverfront Greenway .............................
Reconstruct and widen I–94 in Kalamazoo ......
Construct Interchange at I–675 and M–13
(Washington Avenue), Northbound exit, in
Saginaw ............................................................
Rehabilitate bridge lift over Black River on
7th Street Bridge in Port Huron ....................
Reconstruct I–75 from North of U.S.–2 to
Sault Ste. Marie and reconstruct the existing roadway, Sault Ste. Marie .......................
Construct at-grade crossing and I–75 interchange to reconnect Milbocker and McCoy
Roads and construct overpass to reconnect
Van Tyle to South Wisconsin Road in Gaylord ...................................................................

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Amount

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$1,600,000
$500,000
$15,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$18,000,000
$18,000,000
$6,000,000

$5,000,000
$4,000,000
$6,000,000
$3,750,000
$1,250,000
$1,000,000

$20,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$3,000,000
$10,000,000
$9,000,000
$8,000,000
$8,000,000
$5,000,000
$6,000,000

$5,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1423

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4339

MI

4340

MI

4341

MI

4342

MI

4343

MI

4344

MI

4345

MI

4346

MI

4347

MI

4348

MI

4349

MN

4350

MN

4351

MN

4352

MN

4353

MN

4354

MN

4355

MN

4356

MN

4357

MN

4358

MN

4359

MN

4360

MN

4361

MN

4362

MN

Improvements to Trowbridge Road Extension
to Farm Lane, Ingham County, Farm Lane
between Mount Hope Road and Trowbridge
Road with underpasses for CN and CSX
railroad crossings ............................................
Allen Road under the CN Railroad Grade Separation, Woodhaven ........................................
Blue Water Bridge Plaza improvements and
relocation of segments of I–94 and I–69 ........
West Portage Avenue realignment, Sault Ste.
Marie ................................................................
Construct road improvements to Van Dyke
Road, from I–696 to Red Run Drain, City of
Warren .............................................................
Construction of the I–696 and Northwestern
Highway Interchange Freeway ramps at
Franklin Road in Southfield ...........................
Construct road improvements to Miller Road
from I–75 to Linden Road, Flint Township ...
University of Michigan Health Systems auto
crash notification system ................................
Alger County, repaving a portion of H–58 between Sullivan Creek towards Little Beaver
Road ..................................................................
Jackson Road Boulevard Extension, utilizing
fly ash and recycled concrete in road surface
Transportation improvements for City of
Moorhead SE Main GSI, 34th St. and I–94
Interchange and Moorhead Comprehensive
Rail Safety Program in Moorhead .................
Reconstruct I–35E from University Avenue to
Maryland Avenue in St. Paul .........................
Construct last segment of the Victory Drive
project to link Victory Drive with Highway
14 in Blue Earth County ................................
Phase III construction of Trunk Highway 610–
10 ......................................................................
U.S. Trunk Highway 14 from One Mile West
of Waseca to Owatonna ..................................
Construction of 8th Street North: Stearns CR
120 to TH 15 in St. Cloud ..............................
Design, engineering, and ROW acquisition to
reconstruct Trunk Highway 95 bridge in
North Branch ...................................................
Construction and right-of-way acquisition for
interchange at TH 65 and TH 242 in Blaine
Design, construct, and expand TH 241 in the
City of St. Michael ..........................................
Design, construct, and acquire right-of-way for
St. Croix River Crossing in Stillwater ...........
Design and construction of Cedar Avenue
Busway in Dakota County ..............................
Planning and Pre-Design for Twin Cities Bioscience Corridor in St. Paul ............................
TH 23—Construction of 4-Lane Bypass in
Paynesville .......................................................
I–494 U.S. 169 interchange reconstruction,
Twin Cities Metropolitan Area ......................

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$9,000,000
$6,000,000
$5,000,000
$2,000,000
$8,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,500,000
$1,500,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000

$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$2,000,000
$9,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$750,000
$2,000,000
$2,500,000
$9,000,000
$5,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,500,000
$2,000,000

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119 STAT. 1424

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

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State

Project Description

4363

MN

4364

MN

4365

MN

4366

MN

4367

MN

4368

MN

4369

MN

4370

MN

4371

MN

4372

MN

4373

MN

4374

MN

4375

MN

4376

MO

4377

MO

4378

MO

4379
4380
4381

MO
MO
MO

4382

MO

4383

MO

4384

MO

4385

MO

4386

MO

4387

MO

4388

MO

4389

MO

4390

MO

Replace three at-grade highway-railroad crossings with grade-separated crossings adjacent
to Winona State University ............................
Reconstruct County Highway 42 Interchange
at U.S. Highway 52 in Dakota County ..........
34th Street realignment and interchange at
34th Street and I–94 in Moorhead ................
Construct last segment of the Victory Drive
project to link Victory Drive with Highway
14 in Blue Earth County ................................
Phase III Construction of Trunk Highway
610–10 ..............................................................
Construction of U.S. Highway 14 from Waseca
to Owatonna ....................................................
Reimbursement of 8th Street North in St.
Cloud ................................................................
Construction and right-of-way acquisition for
interchange at TH 65 and TH 242 in Blaine
Construction and widening of TH 241 in the
City of St. Michael ..........................................
Program for replacement and upgrade of deficient township signs, statewide .....................
Improvement of State Highway 11 to 10 tonstatus ................................................................
Reconstruct I–35E from I–94 to Maryland Avenue in St. Paul .................................................
Right-of-way acquisition for TH 23 Paynesville
Bypass ..............................................................
Construct four lanes for Hwy 60 from Willow
Springs to Van Buren, Missouri ....................
Construct four lanes for Hwy 65 North of I–44
from I–44 N to Route EE ................................
Construct fours lanes on Hwy 50 west of Jefferson City to west of California, Missouri
(From St. Martens to California, Missouri) ..
Construct Hwy 13 Bypass in Warrensburg ......
Improvements to Hwy 60/65 Interchange .........
Improve Highway 13 from Springfield, MO to
Bolivar ..............................................................
I–470/Strother Road Interchange in Lee’s
Summit .............................................................
Improve U.S. 36 to divided four lane expressway from Macon to Route 24 ..........................
Improve Highway 291 from Harrisonville to
Lee’s Summit in Cass County ........................
Route 364, Phase II Page Avenue Extension,
St. Charles County ..........................................
Transportation Improvements for U.S. 63
Interchange at Gans Road, Boone County ....
Improve Highway 67 from Fredericktown, MO
to Poplar Bluff .................................................
Upgrade to 4 lanes MO 66 from Duquesne
Road to Rt. 249 in Jasper County ..................
Interchange design and construction for the
Main Street Extension at I–55, Cape
Girardeau County ............................................
Relocation and reconstruction of Rt. MM from
Rt. 21 to Rt. 30 ................................................

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Amount

APPS06

$3,000,000
$3,250,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$8,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,500,000
$3,000,000
$3,500,000
$3,000,000
$1,000,000
$25,000,000
$20,000,000
$20,000,000
$5,000,000
$10,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$30,000,000
$4,000,000
$5,000,000
$4,000,000
$5,000,000
$2,000,000
$5,000,000
$2,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1425

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4391

MO

4392

MO

4393

MO

4394

MO

4395
4396

MO
MS

4397

MS

4398

MS

4399

MS

4400

MS

4401

MS

4402

MS

4403

MS

4404

MS

4405

MS

4406

MS

4407

MS

4408

MS

4409

MS

4410

MS

4411
4412

MS
MT

4413

MT

4414

MT

Upgrade Route 59 at rail crossing in St. Joseph, MO ..........................................................
Realignment and bridge replacement over
First Creek from east of 2nd Street to Route
169 on MO 92, Clay County ...........................
Roadway improvements on Rt. 21 from Hayden Road to Lake Lorraine .............................
Construct Interstate flyover at Hughes Road
and Liberty Drive to 76th Street. Part of
Liberty Parkway Project, Liberty ..................
I–55 Redesign, Cape Girardeau County ...........
Widening of I–55 from Highway 304 in DeSoto
County to TN State line .................................
Upgrade U.S. 78 to Interstate standards from
the MS/TN State line to the MS/AL State
line ....................................................................
For construction and ROW acquisition U.S. 49
from South of Florence to I–20 ......................
To upgrade Old Fannin Road connecting Highway 25 to Spillway Road in Rankin County
Plan and construct an intermodal connector
linking I–20 to Hwy 49, Pearl-Richland ........
Airport Parkway/Pearl River Bridge for ROW
acquisition and construction of west segment
between I–55 and Highway 475 at Jackson
International Airport, with connector to
Highway 25 ......................................................
Byram-Clinton/Norrell Corridor—Connects the
Norrell Road Interchange on I–20 to the
Byram-Clinton Multimodal Corridor on I–55
Lake Harbour Drive Extension, Ridgeland—
Connects U.S. Highway 51 to Highland Colony Parkway ....................................................
Transportation Improvements for Greenville
Bypass—Highway 82—U.S. Highway 82 bypass between Greenville and Leland .............
Transportation Improvements for Port Connector Road, Claiborne County ......................
Transportation Improvements for South Entrance Loop—Mississippi State University ...
Lynch Street Extension to Metro Parkway,
Jackson—An extension of the Metro Parkway that connects intermodal traffic between the Metro Center Area and Jackson
State University ..............................................
Transportation improvements for Highway 7
and Highway 49 Connector, Greenwood .......
Transportation improvements for Pearl-Pirates
Cove Interchange, Pearl .................................
Transportation improvements for Washington
Street/Old U.S. Highway 61, Vicksburg ........
Star Landing Corridor, Southaven ....................
Transportation improvements for MT 78 Corridor Development ...........................................
Transportation improvements for Bench Boulevard Connection and Corridor Project, Billings ..................................................................
Transportation improvements for Babcock to
Kagy Project, Bozeman ...................................

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$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$20,240,000
$8,000,000
$26,400,000
$6,400,000
$10,000,000

$8,960,000
$15,000,000
$10,000,000
$10,000,000
$10,000,000
$10,000,000

$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$10,000,000
$17,000,000
$5,000,000

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119 STAT. 1426

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

4415

MT

4416

MT

4417

MT

4418

MT

4419

MT

4420

MT

4421

MT

4422

MT

4423

MT

4424

MT

4425

NC

4426

NC

4427

NC

4428
4429

NC
NC

4430

NC

4431

NC

4432

NC

4433

NC

4434

NC

4435

NC

4436

NC

4437

NC

4438

NC

4439

NC

4440

NC

4441

NC

4442

NC

Transportation improvements for Townsend—
South Project, U.S. 287 ...................................
Transportation improvements for Cutbank
Railroad Overpass, Cutbank ..........................
Transportation improvements for Havre—East
Project, including Glasgow to Poplar, U.S. 2
Transportation improvements for Lonepine
North and East Project, MT 28 ......................
U.S. 93 transportation improvement projects
between Lolo and Hamilton ...........................
U.S. 2 transportation improvement projects
between North Dakota State Line and
Browning ..........................................................
MT 3 transportation improvement projects between Billings and Great Falls ......................
MT 16, reconstruction of roadway and structures northeast of Glendive ............................
Develop and reconstruct Two Medicine Bridge,
U.S. 2, East of Glacier National Park ...........
U.S. 93 Ninepipe to Ronan transportation improvement projects ..........................................
Construction of the southbound lane of U.S.
321 bridge replacement over the Catawba
River in Caldwell and Catawba Counties .....
Construction and expansion of Little Sugar
Creek Greenway Charlotte .............................
Falls of Neuse Road Widening and Improvement, Raleigh ..................................................
Interstate 20 Extension study ...........................
Transportation improvements at Piedmont
Triad Research Park, Winston Salem ...........
Plan, design, and construct the 10th street
Connector Project in Greenville .....................
Randall Parkway Widening and Improvement,
Wilmington ......................................................
Widen Derita Road from Poplar Tent Road in
Concord to the Cabarrus Mecklenburg County line, Concord ...............................................
Construction improvements to Highway 10 in
Newton .............................................................
U.S. 64 upgrade and improvement between
Raleigh, NC and Rocky Mount .......................
Construction and improvement of I–73, I–74,
U.S. 220, in Montgomery and Randolph
Counties ...........................................................
U.S. 1 Bypass and improvements around
Rockingham .....................................................
Norfolk Southern Intermodal System, Charlotte ...................................................................
Design and construction of the Airport Area
Roadway Network, High Point .......................
Independence Boulevard Extension, Wilmington ............................................................
Design, engineering, and construction of I–77/
Catawba Avenue Interchange Cornelius .......
Eliminate highway-railway crossings in City of
Fayetteville ......................................................
Construction of I–74 between I–40 and U.S.
220, High Point ...............................................

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Amount

APPS06

$10,000,000
$6,000,000
$10,000,000
$7,000,000
$15,000,000
$20,000,000
$15,000,000
$7,000,000
$25,000,000
$8,000,000
$2,160,000
$3,155,000
$3,000,000
$5,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,500,000
$3,000,000
$3,400,000
$1,020,000
$5,000,000
$2,200,000
$1,000,000
$4,000,000
$1,000,000
$3,000,000
$5,000,000
$4,000,000
$6,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1427

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4443

NC

4444

NC

4445
4446
4447

NC
NC
NC

4448

NC

4449

NC

4450

NC

4451
4452

NC
NC

4453

NC

4454

NC

4455

NC

4456

NC

4457
4458

NC
NC

4459

NC

4460

NC

4461

NC

4462

NC

4463

NC

4464

NC

4465
4466

NC
NC

4467

ND

4468

ND

4469

ND

4470

ND

Environmental studies and construction of
U.S. 74 Bypass Extension, Monroe ................
Greenways Expansion and Improvement
Project, Greenville ...........................................
Northern Loop Project, Wilson ..........................
Rail Track Replacement, Spencer ......................
Construction of Interstate 73 and Interstate
74 ......................................................................
Construction of Charlotte Douglas International Airport Freight Intermodal Distribution Center ...............................................
Rehabilitate existing roadway, make safety
improvements and add lanes to Interstate
95 in North Carolina .......................................
Construction of the southbound lane of U.S.
321 bridge replacement over the Catawba
River in North Carolina ..................................
Widening of Beckford Drive, City of Henderson
Transportation improvements for Peters Creek
Pkwy, 1st St., 2nd St., and Brookstown Ave.
in Winston-Salem ............................................
Environmental studies and construction of
U.S. 74 Monroe Bypass Extension .................
To plan, design and construct the 10th Street
connector project in Greenville .......................
Transportation
improvementsat
Piedmont
Triad Research Park, Winston-Salem ...........
Acquisition of rail corridors for use as bicycle
and pedestrian trails, Durham .......................
Northern Loop Project, City of Wilson ..............
Widen Derita Road from Poplar Tent Road in
Concord to the Cabarrus Mecklenburg County line ...............................................................
Winston-Salem Northern Beltway, Eastern
Section and Extension ....................................
To perform a study to be performed by East
Carolina University to find the feasibility of
constructing a mid-Currituck Sound bridge
Transportation improvements at the Marion
Diehl Center, Charlotte ..................................
Pack Square pedestrian and roadway improvements, Asheville ..............................................
Study feasibility of widening U.S. 221/NC 226
from Woodlawn to Spruce Pine, start planning and design, and make upgrades to improve safety ......................................................
Continued development of Cary, NC pedestrian bike paths ...............................................
Extend M. L. King, Jr., Boulevard in Monroe ..
Design and Construction of the Airport Area
Roadway Network, High Point .......................
I–29 Reconstruction from Main Avenue N. to
County Road 20 in Fargo ................................
Reconstruct U.S. 281 in Jamestown—South
Corporate limits to 17th St., SW ...................
Reconstruction of U.S. 2 from Towner to
Rugby—WB ......................................................
Reconstruct ND 1804 from University of Mary
to 48th St. South of Bismarck ........................

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$4,200,000
$1,600,000
$3,000,000
$565,000
$10,000,000
$7,500,000
$2,500,000
$2,000,000
$192,000
$2,000,000
$5,000,000
$2,500,000
$2,500,000
$2,000,000
$2,933,000
$3,350,000
$1,300,000
$2,000,000
$725,000
$700,000

$700,000
$400,000
$1,000,000
$900,000
$10,000,000
$6,000,000
$7,000,000
$5,900,000

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119 STAT. 1428

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

4471

ND

4472

ND

4473

ND

4474

ND

4475

ND

4476

ND

4477

ND

4478

ND

4479

ND

4480
4481

ND
ND

4482
4483

ND
ND

4484

NE

4485

NE

4486

NE

4487

NE

4488

NE

4489

NE

4490

NE

4491

NE

4492

NE

4493

NE

4494

NE

4495

NE

4496

NE

4497

NE

4498

NE

Reconstruction of U.S. 85 north of Grassy
Butte to Long-X Bridge near Teddy Roosevelt National Park North Unit ...................
ND 22 Reconstruction from 15th St. to North
Corporate Limits in Dickinson .......................
ND 200 Reconstruction from Jct. ND 49 at
Beulah to Hazen ..............................................
North Bound I–29 Reconstruction from south
of ND 15 to Near Grand Forks ......................
East Bound I–94 Reconstruction from Near
South Heart to Dickinson ...............................
ND 294/12th Avenue N Reconstruction and
Bridge Widening in Fargo ..............................
Replace Red River Valley Bridge at Drayton,
ND ....................................................................
U.S. 12 improvements between Bowman and
Hettinger ..........................................................
U.S. 83/North Broadway Reconstruction in
Minot ................................................................
Mandan Avenue Reconstruction in Mandan ....
ND 127 Reconstruction from ND 11 N. to
Wahpeton .........................................................
U.S. 83 Reconstruction from Max to ND 23 SB
U.S. 281 Reconstruction from Carrington to
Jct. ND 15 ........................................................
Construction of the Columbus, Nebraska
North Arterial Road ........................................
U.S. 34 Missouri River Bridge relocation and
replacement .....................................................
Missouri River Bridges between U.S. 34, I–29
in Iowa and U.S. 75 in Nebraska ...................
Design, right-of-way and construction of Nebraska Highway 35 between Norfolk to
South Sioux City .............................................
Transportation improvements for U.S. 81 Meridian Bridge, Yankton ...................................
Railroad Grade Separation Structures, Statewide ..................................................................
Engineering, right-of-way and construction of
the 23rd Street Viaduct in Fremont, Nebraska ...............................................................
Design, right-of-way and construction of the
Louisville bypass, Nebraska ...........................
Construction of I–80/Cherry Avenue Interchange and East bypass, Kearney, Nebraska
Interstate 80 Interchange at Pflug Road,
Sarpy County, Nebraska .................................
Construction of Heartland Expressway between Alliance and Minatare, NE .................
New roads and overpass to relieve congestion
and improve traffic flow for Antelope Valley—Lincoln, NE .............................................
Design of right-of-way and construction of
South and West beltway in Lincoln, NE .......
Cuming Street Transportation improvement
project in Omaha, NE .....................................
Nebraska Intelligent Transportation Systems
Statewide .........................................................

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Amount

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$6,500,000
$2,000,000
$3,500,000
$8,000,000
$7,000,000
$11,000,000
$3,100,000
$10,000,000
$10,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,000,000
$6,000,000
$4,000,000
$1,400,000
$500,000
$1,200,000
$4,000,000
$1,800,000
$6,000,000
$700,000
$400,000
$1,000,000
$600,000
$8,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$900,000
$1,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1429

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4499

NE

4500

NE

4501

NE

4502
4503
4504

NE
NE
NE

4505

NE

4506

NE

4507

NE

4508

NE

4509

NE

4510

NE

4511

NE

4512

NE

4513

NE

4514

NH

4515
4516

NH
NH

4517

NH

4518

NH

4519

NH

4520

NH

4521
4522

NH
NH

4523

NH

4524
4525

NH
NH

4526

NH

4527

NH

4528

NH

Midwest Roadside Safety Facility, UNL—Lincoln, NE ............................................................
U.S. Highway 75 expressway, Plattsmouth to
Bellevue, Nebraska .........................................
U.S. 275 So. Omaha Veterans Memorial
Bridge ...............................................................
Lincoln East Beltway, NE ..................................
I–80 six lane (I–80 to 56th Street) Lincoln, NE
Antelope Valley Transportation Improvement
Project in Lincoln ............................................
Design and construction of the South and
West Beltway in Lincoln .................................
Cuming Street Transportation Improvement
Project in Omaha ............................................
Design and construction of Highway 35 between Norfolk and South Sioux City .............
I–80/Cherry Avenue Interchange and East Bypass in Kearney ...............................................
Construction of the Heartland Expressway between Alliance and Minatare .........................
Plan and design I–80 Interchange at Pflug
Road ..................................................................
Design and construction of Missouri River
Bridges between U.S. 34, I–29 in Iowa and
U.S. 75 in Nebraska ........................................
Construction of the North Arterial Road in Columbus ..............................................................
Design and construction of Meridian Bridge
between Nebraska and Yankton, South Dakota ...................................................................
Construction, including widening and structural improvements, of Little Bay Bridge to
eliminate congestion—Portsmouth, NH ........
I–93 water quality study project .......................
Reconfiguration of Pelham Intersection to Improve Safety .....................................................
Reconstruction of NH 11 and NH 28 Intersection in Alton .....................................................
Construct and upgrade intersection of Route 3
and Franklin Industrial Drive in Franklin ...
Design and construction of intersection of Rt.
101A and Rt. 13 in Milford .............................
Relocation and reconstruction of intersection
at Route 103 and North Street in Claremont
Improve Meredith Village Traffic Rotary .........
Construct intersection at U.S. 3 and Pembroke
Hill Road in Pembroke ....................................
Reconstruction and improvements to NH
Route 110 in Berlin .........................................
South Road Mitigation in Londonderry ............
Construct Park and Ride, Exit 5 on I–93—
Londonderry, NH ............................................
Reconstruction and relocation of the intersection of Maple Avenue and Charleston Road
in Claremont ....................................................
Replacement of Ash Street and Pillsbury Road
Bridge ...............................................................
Hampton Bridge Rehabilitation—Hampton .....

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$1,000,000
$5,000,000
$3,000,000
$500,000
$3,000,000
$10,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,500,000
$9,500,000
$8,000,000
$5,000,000
$1,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$20,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,400,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,600,000
$1,600,000
$1,400,000
$3,600,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,400,000
$3,000,000

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119 STAT. 1430

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

4529

NJ

4530

NJ

4531
4532

NJ
NJ

4533

NJ

4534

NJ

4535

NJ

4536

NJ

4537
4538

NJ
NJ

4539

NJ

4540

NJ

4541

NJ

4542

NJ

4543

NJ

4544

NJ

4545

NM

4546

NM

4547
4548

NM
NM

4549
4550
4551

NM
NM
NM

4552
4553

NM
NM

4554

NM

4555

NM

4556

NM

4557
4558

NM
NM

4559

NM

PATCO Rolling Stock acquisition and/or renovation for use on line between Lindenwold
and Locust Street in Philadelphia .................
Construct new ramps between I–295 and
Route 42 ...........................................................
Route 46 Corridor upgrades ...............................
Route 18 Reconstruction in downtown New
Brunswick ........................................................
Interstate 280 Interchange improvements,
Harrison ...........................................................
Construct Waterfront Walkway from North Sinatra Drive and 12th St. south to Sinatra
Drive in Hoboken ............................................
Widening of Route 1 and intersection improvements in South Brunswick .............................
Route 29 conversion project to a full access
freeway .............................................................
Improvements to River Road in Camden ..........
Design and Construct Newark Waterfront Pedestrian and Bicycle Access ............................
Route 9W operational and safety improvements, including I–95 Southbound entrance
alterations ........................................................
New Jersey Underground Railroad for preservation, enhancement and promotion of sites
in New Jersey ..................................................
International Trade and Logistics Center roadway improvements at Exit 12 of the New
Jersey Turnpike, Carteret ..............................
Kapkowski road area improvements in Elizabeth ...................................................................
Expand TRANSCOM Regional ITS System in
NJ, NY, and CT ...............................................
Construct Rt. 49 Cohansey River Bridge Replacement, Cumberland County .....................
Double Eagle II aviation facility for road construction ...........................................................
Double Eagle II aviation facility for interchange construction .........................................
Extension of University Blvd. in Albuquerque
For construction work on NM–176 in Lea
County ..............................................................
Rio Rancho, Iris Rd. to U.S. Highway 550 .......
For U.S. 62/180 in Carlsbad ..............................
Transportation improvements for I–10 reconstruction in Las Cruces ...................................
I–10/I–25 bridge reconstruction in Las Cruces
Transportation improvements to FS 235 and
access to Magdalena Ridge Observatory .......
Reconstruction of I–25/Paseo del Norte and
Jefferson Interchange, Albuquerque ..............
Reconstruction of NM 524 South Truck Bypass
in Carlsbad ......................................................
Reconstruction of I–10 and I–25 Interchange,
Las Cruces .......................................................
Extend College Blvd., Roswell ...........................
Widen U.S. 64 between Farmington and
Bloomfield ........................................................
Rehabilitate Espanola Main Street, Espanola

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Amount

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$40,000,000
$15,000,000
$9,500,000
$7,500,000
$2,000,000
$8,000,000
$3,500,000
$4,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$4,000,000
$100,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,900,000
$1,500,000
$8,000,000
$12,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$14,600,000
$5,000,000
$2,000,000
$7,000,000
$1,400,000
$20,000,000
$5,000,000
$7,000,000
$2,000,000
$7,000,000
$4,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1431

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4560
4561

NV
NV

4562

NV

4563

NV

4564
4565

NV
NV

4566

NV

4567

NV

4568

NV

4569

NV

4570

NV

4571

NV

4572

NV

4573

NV

4574
4575

NV
NY

4576

NY

4577

NY

4578
4579

NY
NY

4580
4581

NY
NY

4582

NY

4583

NY

4584

NY

4585

NY

4586

NY

4587

NY

4588

NY

4589

NY

4590

NY

Blue Diamond Hwy/SR 160 Widening ..............
I–15 Widening and Interchanges, Las Vegas
Valley ...............................................................
Transportation improvements to I–80 at
Fernley Interchange ........................................
Transportation improvements to Pyramid
Highway Corridor, Sparks ..............................
U.S. 95 Widening and interchanges, Las Vegas
Railroad Reconstruction, Ely and White Pine
County ..............................................................
I–15 Widening northbound from Primm to
Sloan Interchange, Clark County ..................
I–580/U.S.
395
Capacity
improvements,
Washoe County ................................................
Construct I–15/Las Vegas Beltway Interchange ..............................................................
Construct U.S. 95/Las Vegas Beltway Interchange ..............................................................
Construct Las Vegas Beltway/Airport Connector Interchange ..........................................
Transportation improvements on Henderson
Lake Mead Parkway, Henderson, Nevada ....
Transportation improvements on LaughlinBullhead City Colorado Bridge ......................
Transportation improvements for Mesquite
Airport Access ..................................................
U.S. 395 Design ...................................................
I–86/Route 17 Upgrade for Broome, Delaware,
Chemung,
Orange,
Sullivan,
and
Cattaraugus Counties .....................................
Roadway and intermodal improvements to the
Nassau County Hub ........................................
For Studies, Design, and Construction of the
High Line Trail Project, New York City ........
Improvements to the Harlem River Bridges ....
Road improvements for the Village of Kyrias
Joel ...................................................................
I–86/Route 17 Upgrade for Tioga County .........
Reconstruction of Ashburton Avenue in Yonkers ...................................................................
To Conduct Scoping and Planning Studies for
the Northern Tier Expressway .......................
Improvements to Route 12 in Broome and
Oneida Counties ..............................................
Improvements for West 125th Street in West
Harlem .............................................................
Enhance Road and Transportation Facilities
Near W. 65th Street and Broadway, New
York City ..........................................................
Design and Construction of the Short Clove
Crossing in Haverstraw ..................................
Planning and Construction of Fort Drum Connector Road ......................................................
Design and Construction for a Syracuse University Transportation Facility in Syracuse
Road and transportation improvements near
the Brooklyn Children’s Museum ..................
Construction and improvements to U.S. Route
219 Expressway ...............................................

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$20,000,000
$8,000,000
$6,000,000
$12,000,000
$7,000,000
$2,000,000
$25,000,000
$25,000,000
$3,000,000
$3,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,000,000
$8,000,000
$3,000,000
$9,000,000
$5,000,000
$9,000,000
$7,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$4,000,000
$1,500,000
$9,000,000
$2,500,000
$5,000,000
$6,000,000
$1,000,000
$4,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000

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119 STAT. 1432

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

4591

NY

4592
4593

NY
NY

4594

NY

4595

NY

4596
4597

NY
NY

4598

NY

4599
4600

NY
NY

4601

NY

4602

NY

4603

NY

4604

NY

4605

NY

4606

NY

4607

NY

4608

NY

4609

NY

4610

NY

4611

NY

4612

NY

4613

NY

4614

NY

4615
4616

NY
NY

4617

NY

For research at the Rochester Institute of
Technology Alternative Fuels and Life-Cycle
Engineering ......................................................
Improve Bronx Zoo Intermodal Facility ............
Conversion of NY Route 15 to I–99 Road improvements .......................................................
University of Buffalo Multidisciplinary Center
for Earthquake Engineering Research
(MCEER) ..........................................................
Tappan Zee Bridge to I–287 Transportation
Corridor Study, Assessments, and Design ....
Corning Preserve improvements Phase II ........
Siena College Perimeter Road improvements
and construction ..............................................
Southtown connector improvements on NY
Route 5 from the Coast Guard Base to Ohio
Street, Buffalo, NY/Buffalo Outer Harbor
Road improvements .........................................
Miller Highway improvements ..........................
Roadway, pedestrian, and streetscape Improvements for the New Cassel Revitalization Project in North Hempstead ...................
Farm to Fork Transportation Distribution Network Study and Support in Upstate ..............
Reconstruction of East Avenue from Main
Street to Henry Street in Hornell ..................
Improvements to Widmer Road in the Town of
Wappinger ........................................................
Improvements to Erie Boulevard in Schenectady ...................................................................
Construction of highway noise suppression
barriers bordering I–84 in Newburgh ...........
Improve Traffic Flow on Noel Road between
Church and Crossbay Boulevard Including
Work Necessary to Demolish and Reconstruct the Firehouse Facility in Broad Channel .....................................................................
Design, Planning, and Construction of a Community Transportation Center from Broadway to Manhattan College Parkway .............
Construction of Pedestrian and Bike Trail
Campus Improvements at St. Bonaventure ..
For the CargoWatch Transportation Management Project for Study and Implementation
Design and Construction of an Access Road to
Plattsburgh International Airport .................
Improvements and Enhancements for Oak
Beach Road in the Town of Babylon ..............
Design and Construction of Downtown Jamestown Connector Trail ......................................
Restoration of the Van Cortlandt Manor Entrance near Croton ..........................................
Sound Shore Medical Center of Westchester
Intermodal Facility Improvements ................
Route 17 Widening Study and Design ..............
Erie Community College Transportation Improvements .......................................................
Roadway and Traffic Improvements for Suffolk
County ..............................................................

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$4,000,000
$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$3,000,000
$1,500,000
$2,000,000
$500,000

$8,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$200,000
$2,000,000
$500,000
$2,000,000
$1,500,000

$1,000,000
$5,000,000
$1,500,000
$3,500,000
$500,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,500,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1433

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4618

NY

4619

OH

4620

OH

4621

OH

4622

OH

4623

OH

4624

OH

4625

OH

4626

OH

4627

OH

4628

OH

4629

OH

4630

OH

4631

OH

4632

OH

4633

OH

4634

OH

4635

OH

4636

OH

4637

OH

4638

OH

4639

OH

Construction and Improvements to Soundview
Connection Greenway from Bruckner Boulevard to Soundview Park .................................
Reconstruction of Cleveland Inner Belt and rehabilitation of the Central Viaduct Bridge,
Cleveland, OH .................................................
Grading, paving, roads, and the transfer of
rail-to-truck for the intermodal facility at
Rickenbacker Airport Columbus, OH ............
Ramp and Roadway approaches on I–75 toward Brent Spence Bridge. Cincinnati, OH ..
Rehabilitation of the Martin Luther King, Jr.,
Bridge. Toledo, OH ..........................................
Reconstruction, widening, and interchange upgrades to I–75 between Cincinnati and Dayton. Dayton, OH ..............................................
Replace the Edward N. Waldvogel Viaduct.
Cincinnati, OH ................................................
SR 8 safety improvement and road expansion
project in Northern Summit County. OH ......
Reconstruction of the 70/71 split in downtown
Columbus, OH .................................................
Widen U.S. 35 to three contiguous lanes from
I–75 to I–675 in Montgomery County, OH ...
Construct pedestrian bridge from east of Dock
32 to park. Cleveland, OH ..............................
South Connector in Waverly from U.S. 23 to
SR 104 to SR 220 for new development
areas in a depressed Appalachian region.
Waverly, OH ....................................................
Construct full movement interchange on I–75
at Austin/Miamisburg-Springboro Rd. and
widen Miamisburg-Springboro Rd. from
Wood Rd. to SR 741, Dayton, OH ..................
Reconstruct I–75/I–475 Interchange. Toledo,
OH ....................................................................
Construct 1,100 foot bulkhead/riverwalk connecting Front and Maine Ave. public rightsof-way. Cleveland, OH ....................................
Construction of new bridges that will replace
two unsafe spans that carry U.S. Route 62
across the Scioto River. Columbus, OH .........
Construction of a full 4-way interchange at SR
44 and Shamrock Boulevard to replace current 2-way interchange of SR 44 and Jackson St. Painesville, OH ...................................
Construction of interchange at SR 8 and Season Road, Cuyahoga Falls, OH ......................
Eliminate at-grade signalized intersections between North Fairfield Road and the Xenia
Bypass on U.S. 35 in Greene County, OH ....
Design and construct a Towpath Trail from
southern Cuyahoga County through downtown Cleveland to Lake Erie. Cleveland, OH
Reconstruct and widen SR 82, North Royalton,
OH ....................................................................
Construct connector between Crocker and
Stearns County Highways. Westlake and
North Olmsted, OH .........................................

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$800,000
$21,970,000
$8,200,000
$10,000,000
$2,000,000
$5,000,000
$6,000,000
$2,600,000
$8,000,000
$4,000,000
$3,300,000

$4,100,000

$750,000
$5,000,000
$1,280,000
$3,300,000

$400,000
$2,800,000
$3,000,000
$1,800,000
$1,000,000
$500,000

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119 STAT. 1434

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

4640

OH

4641

OH

4642

OH

4643

OH

4644

OH

4645

OH

4646

OH

4647

OH

4648

OH

4649

OH

4650

OH

4651

OH

4652

OH

4653

OH

4654

OH

4655

OH

4656

OH

4657

OH

4658

OH

4659

OH

4660

OH

4661

OH

4662

OH

4663

OH

Construct I–75/SR 122 interchange and related improvements. Middletown, OH ...........
NW Butler County TID U.S. 27 widening, bypass, intersection improvements, and safety
projects .............................................................
Allen County SR 309 road reconstruction and
safety improvements .......................................
Licking County SR 79 service road construction, safety improvements, and congestion
relief .................................................................
Clermont County SR 125 turn lane additions
and related safety improvements ...................
Portage County SR 14 turn lane addition, signalization, and related safety improvements
Mahoning County U.S. 224 turn lane addition,
widening, signage, and safety improvements
I–75 at Austin/Miamisburg-Springboro interchange construction, Miamisburg-Springboro
Rd. from Wood Rd. to SR 741 widening ........
Delaware County U.S. 23 turn lane addition,
realignment, and related safety improvements ................................................................
Fairfield County U.S. 33 safety improvements
and signalization, including section 13.2 to
15.01 .................................................................
City of Springfield North Street relocation,
land acquisition, utility replacement, and repaving ...............................................................
Grading, paving, roads for the transfer of rail
to truck for the intermodal facility at Rickenbacker Airport ..............................................
Knox County SR 13 rail-grade crossing improvements, realignment, and related safety
measures ..........................................................
Jackson County SR 93 widening, turn-lane addition, and related safety improvements .......
Stark County SR 172 safety construction and
related improvements .....................................
City of Cincinnati Waldvogel Viaduct reconstruction project ...............................................
Delaware County SR 750 realignment and
safety improvements (PID 79367) ..................
Highway rail crossing safety upgrades at three
locations in Madison Village, OH ..................
Highway rail grade separation over NS rail
line for Hines Hill Road/Milford Connector ..
Mill Street Bridge reconstruction and related
improvements, Akron OH ...............................
Columbiana County Port Authority construct
intermodal facility, transportation safety improvements .......................................................
Transportation Improvements to downtown
Columb RiverSouth Bridge .............................
Transportation Improvements for Ohio River
Trail from Salem to Downtown ......................
Transportation Improvements for Montgomery
County I–75 at South Dixie Drive/Central
Avenue Interchange, W. Carrolton ................

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Amount

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$2,000,000
$14,000,000
$5,000,000
$4,090,000
$2,400,000
$500,000
$4,000,000
$750,000
$935,000
$2,000,000
$3,715,000
$5,000,000
$480,000
$730,000
$2,500,000
$2,500,000
$1,300,000
$110,000
$60,000
$3,500,000
$1,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$2,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1435

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4664

OH

4665

OH

4666

OH

4667

OK

4668

OK

4669

OK

4670

OK

4671

OK

4672

OK

4673

OK

4674

OK

4675

OK

4676

OK

4677

OK

4678
4679

OK
OK

4680

OK

4681

OK

4682

OK

4683

OK

4684

OK

4685

OK

4686

OK

4687

OK

4688

OK

Medina County U.S. 224 turn lane addition,
resurfacing, signage, and other improvements ................................................................
Washington County SR 7 safety improvements, widening, and signage ........................
Establish a Trans-Erie Ferry line from Cleveland, Ohio to Port Stanley, Ontario ...............
To the University of OK to conduct research
on global tracking methods for intermodal
containerized freight .......................................
Improving the I–35 Interchange at Milepost 1
Near Thackerville ............................................
Construction of Norman highway-rail Grade
Separation ........................................................
Transportation Improvements for SH 33
Widen SH 33 from the Cimarron River East
to U.S. 177 Payne County ..............................
Reconstruct the Interstate 44 193rd Street
Interchange ......................................................
Widen U.S. 60 from approximately 2 miles
east of U.S. 60/U.S. 75 interchange east approximately 5.5 miles ......................................
Widen U.S. 54 from North of Optima Northeast to Kansas State Line, Texas County,
OK ....................................................................
Improvement to Hereford Lane and U.S. 69
Interchange, McAlester ...................................
Construction of rail crossing in Claremore at
Blue State Drive and SH 66 ...........................
Complete Reconstruction of the I–35-SH 9
West Interchange ............................................
Texanna Road improvements around Lake
Eufaula .............................................................
Improvements to SH 412P at 412 Interchange
Widen U.S. 281 from the new U.S. 281 Spur
North to Geary Canadian County ..................
Widen U.S. 60 between, Bartlesville and
Pawhuska, Osage County ...............................
Construction of Midwest City Pedestrian
Walkway ...........................................................
Reconstruction SH 66 from Craig and Rogers
Counties to SH 66 and U.S. 60 intersection
Construct vehicular bridge over the Burlington
Northern RR at War Bonnet Crossing,
Mannford ..........................................................
Construction of Duncan Bypass Grade Separation ....................................................................
Improvements to SH 3 from Antlers to Broken
Bow ...................................................................
Reconstruction of the I–40 Cross-town Expressway from I–44 to I–35 in downtown
Oklahoma City .................................................
Construct and widen six-lanes on Interstate 44
from the Arkansas River extending east approximately 3.7 miles to Yale Avenue in
Tulsa, OK .........................................................
Navajoe Gateway Improvements Projects, U.S.
62 in Altus, OK ................................................

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$2,200,000
$3,230,000
$1,000,000
$5,000,000
$400,000
$8,400,000
$1,600,000
$600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$200,000
$400,000
$800,000
$200,000
$10,900,000
$200,000
$600,000
$200,000
$200,000
$200,000
$600,000
$1,250,000
$4,000,000

$2,200,000
$200,000

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119 STAT. 1436

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

4689

OK

4690
4691

OK
OK

4692

OK

4693
4694

OK
OK

4695

OK

4696

OR

4697

OR

4698

OR

4699

OR

4700
4701

OR
OR

4702

OR

4703
4704
4705

OR
OR
OR

4706

OR

4707

OR

4708

OR

4709

OR

4710

OR

4711

OR

4712

OR

4713
4714
4715

OR
OR
OR

4716

OR

4717

OR

Reconstruct the I–44—Fort Sill Key Gate
Interchange ......................................................
Realignment of U.S. 287 around Boise City .....
To study the feasibility of creating a by-pass
around the City of Durant to accommodate
the traffic needs of the International Trade
Assistance Center ............................................
To construct a viaduct on U.S. Highway 70
over the railroad tracks in Durant ................
Enhancement projects for Woodward ................
Improvements to highways and bridges in the
State of Oklahoma, divided equally among
the eight field divisions ...................................
For improvements to the State maintained
interstate system in the State of Oklahoma
Highway 20 Improvements from Pioneer
Mountain to Eddyville, Lincoln County ........
For purchase of right-of-way, planning, design
and construction of a highway, Newberg ......
Upgrade, to add a southbound lane to a section of I–5 through Portland, between Delta
Park and Lombard, Portland .........................
Widening of Oregon Highway 217 between
Tualatin Valley Highway and the U.S. 26
Interchange, Beaverton ...................................
Improve Highway 22, Polk County ...................
Improve I–5/99W Connecter, Washington
County ..............................................................
Improvements to U.S 97 from Modoc Point to
Algoma .............................................................
Construct Barber Street Extension, Wilsonville
For Interstate 5 interchange, City of Coburg ...
Upgrade the I–5 Fern Valley Interchange at
Exit 24, Medford ..............................................
Construction of highway and pedestrian access
to Macadam Ave. and street improvements
as part of South Waterfront Development,
Portland ...........................................................
Plan, design, and acquire, Sunrise Corridor,
Clackamas County ..........................................
Relocate
and
improve
Cascade
Locks
Southbank Enhancements, Cascade Locks ...
Reroute U.S. 97 at Redmond, and improve
intersection of U.S. 97 and Oregon 126 .........
Construction of I–84, U.S. 395 Stanfield Interchange Improvement Project ..........................
Plan, design, and construct Frontage Road
Crossing Project, Hood River ..........................
Improve Marine Park Underpass to address
necessary transportation improvements,
Cascade Locks ..................................................
Improve Barnhart Road, Umatilla County .......
P&W Rehabilitation Project, Yamhill County ..
Transportation Improvements Around the Eugene, Oregon Federal Courthouse ..................
Plan, design, and construct the Dalles, Oregon
Riverfront Access .............................................
Troutdale Interchange enhancements at I–84
and 257th St, Troutdale ..................................

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Amount

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$200,000
$200,000

$300,000
$6,400,000
$1,000,000
$53,150,000
$45,000,000
$5,000,000
$15,000,000
$7,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,700,000
$10,000,000
$3,500,000
$700,000
$1,000,000
$5,000,000

$2,000,000
$15,000,000
$1,000,000
$7,000,000
$3,400,000
$500,000
$400,000
$3,900,000
$700,000
$1,000,000
$1,800,000
$1,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1437

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4718

OR

4719

OR

4720

OR

4721
4722

OR
PA

4723

PA

4724

PA

4725

PA

4726

PA

4727
4728

PA
PA

4729

PA

4730

PA

4731

PA

4732

PA

4733

PA

4734

PA

4735

PA

4736
4737

PA
PA

4738

PA

4739

PA

4740

PA

4741

PA

4742

PA

4743

PA

4744
4745

PA
PA

Interchange Improvements to I–205 at Airport
Way ...................................................................
Beaverton Hillsdale/Scholls Ferry/Oleson Rd.
Intersection Reconfiguration, Washington
County ..............................................................
Rehabilitate Sellwood Bridge, Multnomah
County, Oregon ................................................
I–5 Franklin-Glenwood Interchange Study ......
Road improvements for North Shore Transportation Connection, HOV modification, Pittsburgh ................................................................
Planning, environment and preliminary engineering for East-West Corridor Rapid Transit, Pittsburgh ..................................................
Warrendale-Bayne Road improvements from
I–79 to SR 19, in Allegheny County ..............
New interchange off Route 60 into proposed
industrial park in Neshannock Township .....
Upgrade of Route 60 Interchange with Route
22/30, Allegheny County .................................
Streetscape improvements, Geneva College .....
Construct the Alle-Kiski Bridge and Connector, Pennsylvania .......................................
Relocation of existing two lane road, Rose
Street, Indiana County ...................................
I–70/I–79 South Interchange Redesign and
Upgrade ............................................................
Construct 2 flyover ramps and S Linden St.
extension for access to industrial sites in the
cities of McKeesport and Duquesne ...............
Crows Run Relocation from SR 65 to Freedom
Crider Road, Beaver County ..........................
Transportation Improvements to Jeannette
Truck Route, Westmoreland County .............
Construction of Central Susquehanna Valley
Thruway ...........................................................
Construction of ramps on I–95 and U.S. 322
widening of streets and intersections ............
Construct parking facility in Upper Darby .......
Improve Freemansburg Avenue and its intersections at Route 33 ........................................
For design, engineering, ROW acquisition, and
construction of the third phase of the Marshalls Creek Bypass Project in Monroe
County, Pennsylvania .....................................
Construct Campbelltown Connector, Lebanon
County ..............................................................
Widen the Route 412 corridor from I–78 into
the City of Bethlehem .....................................
Asbury Road and associated intersection improvement projects, Erie .................................
ROW acquisition and construction for the
South Valley Parkway, Luzerne County .......
Widening of SR 68 S. of I–80 interchange,
Clarion County ................................................
State Street Bridge Replacement, Sharon ........
Intersection improvements and upgrades of SR
62/257 in Cranberry Township .......................

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$1,000,000
$3,000,000
$3,000,000
$400,000
$1,500,000
$1,000,000
$2,000,000
$200,000
$1,000,000
$1,345,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,000,000
$400,000
$100,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000

$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$5,000,000
$3,700,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000

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119 STAT. 1438

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

4746

PA

4747

PA

4748

PA

4749

PA

4750

PA

4751

PA

4752

PA

4753
4754

PA
PA

4755

PA

4756

PA

4757

PA

4758

PA

4759
4760

PA
PA

4761

PA

4762

PA

4763

PA

4764

PA

4765

PA

4766

PA

4767

PA

4768

PA

4769

PA

4770

PA

4771

PA

Design-build in-house, bridge rehabilitation of
six bridges in Warren County ........................
Engineering, design and construction of an extension of Park Avenue north to Lakemont
Park in Altoona ...............................................
Widening of Rt. 22 and SR 26 in Huntingdon,
upgrades to the interchange at U.S. Rt. 22
and SR 26 .........................................................
Road impact study along Potomac River tributaries, Pennsylvania ........................................
Construct Dubois Regional Medical Center Access Road, Clearfield County ..........................
Road Improvements and upgrades related to
the Pennsylvania State Baseball Stadium ....
Construction of turn lanes, increase curve radius at the intersection of SR 3041 and Industrial Park Road, Somerset ........................
Construct Johnsonburg Bypass, Elk County ....
DuBois-Jefferson County Airport Access Road
Construction ....................................................
Replacement of existing bypass on U.S. 219,
McKean County ...............................................
Complete heritage tourism work plans for
communities along SR 6, Pennsylvania ........
Improvements and resurfacing on U.S. 6
through the Borough of Mansfield .................
Construction of a road to join Route 247 and
Salem Road, Lackawanna County .................
PA Route 61 enhancements, Schuylkill Haven
PA Route 309 roadway construction and signalization improvements in Tamaqua Borough ..................................................................
Design, engineering, ROW acquisition construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking and roadway redesign in Wilkes-Barre ...
Construct Valley Business Park Access Road
C, Bradford County .........................................
Construct PA 706 Wyalusing Bypass Bradford
County, Pennsylvania .....................................
Construct SR 29 to River Betterment, Eaton
Tunkhannock, Wyoming County ....................
Modernize traffic signals, complete minor
roadway realignment, and improve channelization at U.S. 322 and PA 10 intersection ...
Replace Bridge, SR 106, Tunkhannock Creek
Bridge 2, Clifford Township, Susquehanna
County ..............................................................
Construction SR 3024, Middle Creek Bridge II,
South Canaan, Wayne County .......................
Restore Route 222 in Maxatawny and Richmond Townships, Berks County ....................
Widening and improvements to SR 10, New
Morgan Borough, Berks County .....................
Construct parking facility in Norristown,
Montgomery County ........................................
Design and construct French Creek Parkway
and connector roads in Phoenixville ..............

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$1,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$250,000
$600,000
$750,000
$425,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$300,000
$1,000,000
$3,000,000
$1,600,000
$400,000

$1,000,000
$400,000
$200,000
$340,000
$100,000
$160,000
$140,000
$280,000
$1,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1439

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4772

PA

4773

PA

4774

PA

4775

PA

4776

PA

4777

PA

4778

PA

4779

PA

4780

PA

4781

PA

4782

PA

4783

PA

4784

PA

4785

PA

4786

PA

4787

PA

4788

PA

4789

PA

4790

PA

4791

PA

4792
4793

PA
PA

4794

PA

4795

PA

4796

PA

4797

PA

4798
4799

PA
PA

Design and Construction of Portzer Road Connector, Bucks County ......................................
Construction of pedestrian tunnel under Cherry Street in Philadelphia ................................
U.S. Route 13 Corridor Reconstruction, Redevelopment and Beautification, Bucks County
Two-lane Extension of Bristol Road, Bucks
County ..............................................................
Relocation of PA 52 at Longwood Gardens,
Chester County ................................................
Improvements to SR 39/I–81, West Hanover
Township ..........................................................
Construction of alternate truck route for SR
441, Columbia Borough ..................................
Concord Road Extension, Springettsbury
Township ..........................................................
Widen PA 896 between Strasburg Borough
and U.S. 30 ......................................................
Design and construct relocation of U.S. 11 between Ridge Hill and Hempt Roads ..............
Construct and widen PA 94 from the Adams
and York County line north to Appler Road
Construct a turning lane off Route 16 in
McConnellsburg, Fulton County ....................
Improvements from U.S. 11 to southbound
ramp to I–81 in Antrim Township .................
Construction of the Montour Trail, Great Allegheny Passage .................................................
Transportation Improvements for Armstrong
County, PA Slatelick Interchange for PA 28
at SR 3017 .......................................................
Widening of Route 40 in Wharton Township,
Fayette County ................................................
Completion of I–79-Kirwin Heights Interchange and construction of retaining walls,
bridge and new ramps ....................................
Construction of U.S. 22 to I–79 Section of
Southern Beltway, Pittsburgh ........................
Reconstruct intersection of SR 51 and Franklin Ave, Beaver County ...................................
South Phila. Access Rd. Design and construction of port access road from South Phila
Port and intermodal facilities, Philadelphia
Widen Route 22 between Export and Delmont
Construct a new highway interchange between
the PA Turnpike and I–95 and widen both
routes to six lanes ...........................................
Construct a highway connecting U.S. 119 near
Uniontown with SR 88 near Brownsville ......
Construct a road along the North Delaware
Riverfront Corridor from Buckius Street to
Poquessing Creek ............................................
Construct an intermodal center at the Philadelphia Zoo .......................................................
Widen Route 412 corridor from I–78 into the
City of Bethlehem ...........................................
Improvements to the Erie Airport corridor ......
Widen I–81 from four to six lanes in the
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton corridor .....................

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$1,600,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$400,000
$200,000
$500,000
$1,000,000
$500,000
$500,000
$750,000
$300,000
$500,000
$250,000
$200,000
$500,000
$750,000
$400,000
$300,000
$400,000
$500,000
$260,000
$4,000,000
$4,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$2,000,000

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119 STAT. 1440

PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

12:11 Sep 09, 2005

Jkt 039139

State

Project Description

4800

PA

4801

PA

4802

PA

4803

PA

4804

PA

4805

PA

4806

PA

4807

PA

4808

PA

4809

PA

4810

PA

4811

PA

4812

PA

4813

PA

4814

PA

4815

PA

4816

PA

4817

PA

4818

PA

4819

PA

4820

PA

4821

PA

4822

PA

Construct the South Valley Parkway, Pennsylvania .................................................................
Complete the connection of the American
Parkway between the east and west sides of
the Lehigh River with bridges and interchanges .............................................................
Construct safety and capacity improvements
to Route 309 and Old Packhouse Road .........
Flyover ramps and improvements to I–79 and
SR 228, Cranberry Township .........................
Construct the Valley View Business Park Access Road ..........................................................
Construct the North Delaware River East
Coast Greenway Trail .....................................
Improvements to the Pleasant Valley and
Sandy Hill Roads intersection with SR 130
in Penn Township ...........................................
Construct an intermodal facility servicing
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh ..................
Widening and construction of grade-separated
interchanges along SR 28 from Pittsburgh to
Millvale, Pennsylvania ....................................
Lafayette Street extension and interchange
improvements ..................................................
Construct the Church Street Transportation
Center in Williamsport ...................................
For the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Partners for Child Passenger Safety program .................................................................
Construct improvements to SR 29 and SR 113
in Upper Providence Township, Pennsylvania .................................................................
Construct ramps off of I–95 and U.S. 322 and
access improvements to Chester, Pennsylvania .................................................................
Improvements to access roads at the Please
Touch Museum, Philadelphia .........................
Construction of the Schuylkill Gateway Project
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania .......................
Security improvements to the Commodore
Barry Bridge, Pennsylvania ...........................
Improve Freemansburg Avenue and its intersections at Route 33, Pennsylvania ...............
Study and construct improvements to the
intersection of the Bucknell University main
campus entrance road and SR 15, Pennsylvania .................................................................
Improvements to rural corridors in Erie, Pennsylvania ............................................................
Widen the ramp at the intersection of Peach
Street and I–90, Pennsylvania .......................
Implement the Clearfield Cluster Pennsylvania highway grade crossing project,
Clearfield and Clinton Counties ....................
Rail traffic safety improvements, Homer City,
Pennsylvania ...................................................

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$1,500,000

$2,000,000
$2,500,000
$2,500,000
$1,500,000
$3,000,000

$2,000,000
$1,000,000

$1,000,000
$500,000
$2,000,000

$1,000,000

$2,400,000

$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000

$1,000,000
$450,000
$500,000

$1,000,000
$500,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005

119 STAT. 1441

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4823

PA

4824
4825

PA
PA

4826

PA

4827
4828

PA
PA

4829

PA

4830

PA

4831

PA

4832

PA

4833

PA

4834

PA

4835
4836

PA
PA

4837

PA

4838

PA

4839

PA

4840

PA

4841

PA

4842

RI

4843

RI

4844

RI

4845

RI

4846

RI

4847

RI

4848

RI

Design and construct interchange improvements including sound barriers at I–83, Exit
19, or other projects designated by York
County, MPO ...................................................
Construct the Alle-Kiski Bridge and Connector
Reconfiguration of the Rochester Riverfront
ramp .................................................................
Expand U.S. 422 between Indiana and
Kittaning ..........................................................
PATCO high-speed line fleet upgrade ...............
For interpretive signage and trails in Pittsburgh urban park land ...................................
Construct rail crossings to access Schuylkill
River Park, Philadelphia ................................
Repair and upgrade Cresheim Valley Drive,
Philadelphia .....................................................
Improvements to Penn’s Landing Ferry Terminal, Philadelphia .........................................
Shippensburg University campus circulation
improvements ..................................................
To incorporate a portion of Old Delaware Avenue as the South Philadelphia Port Access
Road ..................................................................
Construct a new interchange and additional
northbound lane along SR 28 near
Tarentum .........................................................
Linglestown Square, Lower Paxton Township
Study the future needs of east-west road infrastructure in Adams County ............................
Completion and enhancements to the Pittsburgh Riverfront trail system ........................
Road impact study along Potomac River tributaries ................................................................
Da Vinci Center hydrogen fuel-celled transit
vehicles .............................................................
Complete heritage tourism work plans for
communities along SR 6 .................................
Relocation of East Lake Road in Pyamatuning
Township ..........................................................
Transportation
Improvements
for
the
Apponaug Bypass ............................................
Transportation Improvements for the Washington Secondary Bicycle Facility/Coventry
Greenway/Trestle Trail (Coventry) ................
Transportation Improvements for the Northwest
Biketrail/Woonasquatucket
River
Greenway (Providence, Johnston) ..................
New Interchange constructed from I–195 to
Taunton and Warren Avenue in East Providence .................................................................
Transportation Improvements for the Blackstone
River
Bikeway
(Providence,
Woonsocket) .....................................................
Transportation Improvements for the Jamestown Bridge Demolition—Bicycle Access/
Trestle Span Demolition/Fishing Pier (N.
Kingstown) .......................................................
Weybosset Street (200 Block) Streetscape and
Drop-off Lane Improvement—Providence .....

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$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$300,000
$600,000
$450,000
$400,000
$250,000
$400,000
$400,000
$250,000
$500,000
$500,000
$200,000
$200,000
$100,000
$100,000
$22,000,000
$4,000,000
$6,000,000
$7,000,000
$10,000,000

$4,000,000
$750,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

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Project Description

4849

RI

4850

RI

4851
4852

RI
RI

4853
4854

RI
RI

4855

RI

4856

RI

4857

RI

4858

RI

4859

RI

4860

RI

4861

RI

4862

RI

4863

RI

4864
4865

RI
RI

4866
4867

RI
RI

4868

RI

4869

RI

4870

SC

4871

SC

4872

SC

4873

SC

4874

SC

4875

SC

Acquisition of fee or easement, construction of
a trail, and site improvements in Foster .......
Open space acquisition to mitigate growth associated with SR 4 and Interstate 95, by
non-profit
land
conservation
agencies
through acquisition of fee or easement, with
a match requirement of 50% of the total
purchase price ..................................................
Replace Sakonnet Bridge ...................................
Transportation Enhancements at Blackstone
Valley Heritage Corridor ................................
Bury the Power Lines at India Point ................
Restore and Expand Maritime Heritage site in
Bristol ...............................................................
Transportation Improvements for the Colt
State Park Bike Path ......................................
Construct trails and facility improvements
within the Rhode Island National Wildlife
Refuge complex ................................................
Improvements for the Commuter rail in Rhode
Island ................................................................
Transportation Improvements for the East
Main Road in Middletown ..............................
Downtown Circulation Improvements Providence .................................................................
Transportation Improvements for the Route
138 (South Kingstown) ...................................
Transportation Improvements for the Route 1
Gilbert Stuart Turnaround (N. Kingstown) ..
Rehabilitate and improve Rt. 138 from Rt. 108
to Rt. 2 .............................................................
Improve traffic circulation and road surfacing
in downtown Providence .................................
Improve access to Pell Bridge in Newport ........
Completion of Washington Secondary Bike
Path from Coventry to Connecticut Border ..
Replace Warren Bridge in Warren ....................
Rehabilitation of Stillwater Viaduct in Smithfield ...................................................................
Completion of Woonasquatucket River Greenway from Johnston to Providence ..................
Replace Natick Bridge in Warwick and West
Warwick ...........................................................
Construction of I–73 from Myrtle Beach, SC to
I–95, ending at the NC State line ..................
Widening of U.S. 278 to six lanes in Beaufort
County, SC between Hilton Head Island and
SC 170 ..............................................................
Engineering, design and construction of a Port
Access Road connecting to I–26 in North
Charleston, SC .................................................
Improvements to U.S. 17 in Beaufort and
Colleton Counties to improve safety between
U.S. 21 and SC 64 ...........................................
Widening of SC 9 in Spartanburg County from
SC 292 to Rainbow Lake Road .......................
Complete Construction of Palmetto Parkway
Extension (I–520) Phase II to I–20 ................

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$8,000,000
$7,000,000
$500,000
$2,500,000
$500,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$2,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,750,000
$12,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$7,000,000
$11,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$10,000,000
$15,000,000
$10,000,000
$10,000,000
$2,000,000
$3,000,000

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119 STAT. 1443

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4876

SC

4877

SC

4878

SC

4879

SC

4880
4881

SC
SC

4882

SC

4883

SC

4884

SC

4885

SC

4886

SC

4887

SC

4888

SC

4889

SC

4890

SC

4891

SC

4892

SD

4893

SD

4894

SD

4895

SD

4896

SD

4897

SD

Complete a multi-lane widening project on SC
Hwy 5 Bypass in York County, SC between
I–77 and I–85 ..................................................
Re-construction of an existing interchange at
I–385 and SC 14, in Laurens County ............
Construction of the Lexington Connector in
Lexington County, to alleviate traffic congestion ....................................................................
Widening of 4.4 miles of West Georgia Road in
Greenville County ...........................................
Extension of Wells Highway in Oconee County
Demolition of the old Cooper River Bridges in
Charleston ........................................................
Transportation Improvements for the I–73 in
South Carolina-Proposed interstate corridor
beginning at NC State line continuing to the
Grand Strand area of SC ................................
Transportation Improvements for the U.S. 278
in Beaufort/Jasper County to alleviate roadway capacity constraints and improve safety
and operations .................................................
ICAR Roads, Greenville, reconstruction of
roads around Fairforest Way for better flow
into ICAR .........................................................
Harden Street Improvements in Columbia.
Specific improvements will include: modern
traffic control signals, intersections, improved street lighting, driveways etc .............
Palmetto Parkway, Phase 2 is approximately 6
miles long and begins at U.S. 1/78 and terminates at I–20 ...............................................
Lexington Connector in South Carolina, to alleviate traffic congestion along three major
thoroughfares in Lexington County: U.S. 1,
U.S. 378, and SC 6 ..........................................
I–77/Peach Road Interchange in Fairfield
County, SC, project would create interchange to encourage development at industrial park ..........................................................
I–95/SC 327 in Florence, SC, to construct
northbound ramp and expand existing
ramps ................................................................
Transportation Improvements for Highway
901, York County, SC .....................................
The Extension of the Mark Clark Expressway
in Charleston County ......................................
Construction of 4-lane highway on U.S. 79 between Maverick Junction, and the Nebraska
border ...............................................................
Reconstruct, S. Rochford Road from Rochford
to Deerfield Rd ................................................
Reconstruct
SD–50
Cherry
Street
in
Vermillion ........................................................
Construct Rush Lake Crossing U.S. 12 near
Webster ............................................................
Construct Phase I/South Connector Broadway
to 29th Street, Watertown ..............................
Construct Intersection of State Hwy 212 and
U.S. 81, Watertown .........................................

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$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$5,000,000

$5,000,000

$2,000,000
$2,000,000

$5,000,000
$3,000,000

$1,000,000

$3,000,000
$3,000,000
$1,000,000
$3,000,000
$27,000,000
$9,000,000
$3,000,000
$8,000,000
$3,600,000
$2,500,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

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State

Project Description

4898

SD

4899

SD

4900

SD

4901

SD

4902

SD

4903

SD

4904

SD

4905

SD

4906

SD

4907

SD

4908

SD

4909

SD

4910

SD

4911

SD

4912

SD

4913

SD

4914

SD

4915
4916

SD
SD

4917

SD

4918

SD

4919

SD

4920

SD

4921
4922
4923

SD
SD
SD

4924

SD

4925

TN

Reconstruction of U.S. 14/Medary Ave. to 22nd
Ave., Brookings ................................................
Extension of Main Street and replacement of
rail crossing, Mobridge ...................................
Reconstruction and paving of BIA Route 27,
Wounded Knee-Porcupine Butte ....................
Purchase critical conservation easements
along the Heartland Expressway (Highway
79) adjacent to Custer State Park and Wind
Cave National Park .........................................
Reconstruction and paving of streets on the
Flandreau Indian Reservation .......................
Construct Exit 61 I–90 Rapid City (Heartland
Expressway) .....................................................
Construct SD 1806 from U.S. 83 East/15.6
miles toward Lower Brule ..............................
Construct
Wagner
Community
Streets,
Yankton Reservation .......................................
Construct Marty Community Streets, Yankton
Reservation ......................................................
Construct Riverfront Walking trail between
4th Ave. and Main Street, Mobridge .............
Reconstruct Exit 79—I–29 in Sioux Falls (12th
Street) ...............................................................
East Anamosa St. extension to east/north and
lacrosse St. road and bridge ...........................
To replace bridge over Missouri River, I–90 in
Chamberlain ....................................................
Winter Maintenance Decision Support System/
SD DOT ............................................................
Reconstruct U.S. 14 to U.S. 83 junction, Pierre
East ..................................................................
Resurface U.S. 12 from McLaughlin east 14.2
miles in Standing Rock Reservation ..............
Reconstruct I–90 loop in Mitchell (Burr to
Sanborn) ...........................................................
Road Construction Activities Turner County ...
Pavement restoration U.S. 12 2.1 miles from
west of Penn St. to east of Melgaard in Aberdeen ...............................................................
BIA route 3/ Tribal Farm Rd. reconstruction
and paving .......................................................
BIA route 15 resurfacing between red scaffold
and cherry creek to Ziebach county Rd. 33 ...
For Okreek to Carter grading and resurfacing
U.S. 18 west of Okreek to Carter ...................
Acquisition of road maintenance equipment for
Oglala, Rosebud and Cheyenne River Sioux
Tribes ...............................................................
Construct bike path in Vermillion .....................
Construct Rail Spur in Brookings .....................
Asphalt overlay to extend Lewis and Clark
Highway 1804 in Charles Mix County leading to Platte Creek Recreation Area ..............
South Dakota Department of Transportation;
for those projects it has identified as its
highest priorities .............................................
University of Tennessee Joint Institute for Advanced Materials in Knoxville ........................

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$1,500,000
$6,000,000

$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$15,116,000
$862,000
$200,000
$200,000
$300,000
$12,323,000
$6,127,000
$15,000,000
$1,000,000
$2,000,000
$2,472,000
$3,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$6,000,000
$5,000,000
$2,250,000
$3,000,000
$750,000
$750,000
$600,000
$3,450,000
$20,000,000

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119 STAT. 1445

Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.

VerDate 14-DEC-2004

State

Project Description

4926

TN

4927

TN

4928

TN

4929

TN

4930

TN

4931

TN

4932

TN

4933

TN

4934

TN

4935

TN

4936

TN

4937
4938

TN
TN

4939

TN

4940

TN

4941

TN

4942

TN

4943

TN

4944

TN

4945

TN

4946

TN

4947

TN

4948

TN

4949

TN

4950

TN

Center for Advanced Intermodal Transportation Technologies at the University of
Memphis ...........................................................
College Street Corridor, Phase II, Great
Smoky Mountain Heritage Highway Cultural and Visitors Center, Maryville .............
Plan and construct N. Tennessee Boulevard
enhancements, Murfreesboro .........................
North Second Street Corridor Upgrade, Memphis ...................................................................
Engineer, design and construction of connector
road from I–75 interchange across Enterprise South Industrial Park to Hwy 58 in
Hamilton County .............................................
Construct force protection barriers along U.S.
Highway 41–A at Fort Campbell ...................
Upgrade roads for Slack Water Port facility
and industrial park, Lake County, TN ..........
Plan and construct Rutherford County visitor’s
center/transportation information hub, City
of Murfreesboro ...............................................
Reconstruct connection with Hermitage Avenue to Cumberland River Bluff in Nashville
Six lane extension from Airways Boulevard to
South Highland Avenue in Jackson ...............
Plough Boulevard Interchange with Winchester Road in Memphis ...............................
Construction of a pedestrian bridge in Alcoa ...
Construct visitor interpretive center at the
Gray Fossil Site in Gray .................................
Expansion of SR 11W from Rutledge to Bean
Station in Grainger County ............................
Construction of Knob Creek Road in Washington County, Tennessee ...............................
Riverside Drive Cobblestone Restoration and
Walkway, Memphis .........................................
Reconstruction of sidewalks, curbs, and
streetscape improvements within the Memphis Central Biomedical District, Memphis,
Tennessee .........................................................
Develop intelligent transportation signage for
access points at Fort Campbell, Tennessee ...
Construction of SR 32/U.S. 321 from SR 73 at
Wilton Springs road to near I–40 in Cocke
County, Tennessee ..........................................
Improvements to I–40 interchange at I–240
East of Memphis (Phase II) ............................
Warren County Mountain View Industrial
Park access road, Warren County, TN ..........
Widen U.S. Highway 127 to 4 lanes between
Jamestown, Tennessee and I–40 ....................
Widen a railroad underpass and make access
improvements to the I–275 industrial business park in Knoxville ....................................
Construct Interpretive Visitor Center for the
Cherokee Removal Memorial Park Trail of
Tears site in Meigs County ............................
Construct overpass at Highway 321 and Highway 11 Loudon County ...................................

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$6,000,000
$10,000,000

$10,000,000
$4,000,000
$1,500,000
$2,000,000
$5,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,500,000
$200,000
$1,800,000
$5,000,000
$2,500,000
$2,500,000

$5,000,000
$2,200,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$1,500,000
$2,000,000
$5,000,000
$500,000
$1,300,000

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PUBLIC LAW 109–59—AUG. 10, 2005
Highway Projects
High Priority Projects—Continued

No.