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Transaction Number HIBT-0802-Q060003

MEMORANDUM
Subject: INFORMATION: The Secretary's Discretionary Bridge Program, FY 2002, Supplemental Appropriations Act Date: August 30, 2002
From: /s/ Original signed by:
James D. Cooper
Director of Bridge Technology
Reply to Attn. of:
To: Directors of Field Services
Division Administrators
Federal Lands Highway Division Engineers

The FY 2002 Supplemental Appropriations Act (P.L. 107-206) provides that projects designated on pages 82 through 92 of the conference report (H. Rept. 107-308) accompanying the FY 2002 DOT Appropriations Act shall be eligible for FY 2002 funds made available for the program for which each project is so designated. A table of Discretionary Bridge Program (DBP) projects made eligible by passage of P.L. 107-206 is attached. Please note that the table identifies those projects that can be obligated by September 30, 2002 (Y/N).

Allocations and obligation authority for projects in Michigan, New York and South Dakota will be awarded in early FY 2003.

For all other projects, these DBP awards include 100 percent obligation authority. Please advise the Office of Bridge Technology, HIBT-30, as soon as possible, if these funds will not be obligated this fiscal year.

The Federal share may not exceed 80 percent of the cost of the project and should be programmed under Appropriation Code Q06. Federal involvement in the project should follow the current implementing guidance for project review, oversight and administration.

Attachment

DISCRETIONARY BRIDGE PROGRAM
FY 2002 AWARDS
PROJECTS MADE ELIGIBLE BY PASSAGE OF THE FY 2002 SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT
STATEBRIDGE PROJECTAWARD AMOUNT
OBLIGATE BY 9/30 Y/N
ArkansasGreat River. No bridge exists at this location.$7,056,790
Y
CaliforniaGerald Desmond. Rating Factor greater than 100. Replacement -BRF$3,763,620
Y
ConnecticutCross. Road. RF > 100. Rehabilitation - BHF.$3,293,170
Y
ConnecticutPearl Harbor Memorial. RF > 100.
Replacement - BRF.
$4,704,520
Y
FloridaA. Max Brewer. RF > 100. Replacement - BRF.$2,822,710
Y
HawaiiSand Island. Total Project Cost less than $10 Million. Rehab. - BHF.$4,704,520
Y
IowaUS 34/Plattsmouth. RF > 100. Replacement - BRF.$1,411,360
Y
KansasTopeka Avenue. RF > 100. Preliminary Engineering.$1,881,810
Y
LouisianaKerner. RF > 100. Replace. - BRF.$ 940,900
Y
LouisianaLeeville. RF > 100. Replace. - BRF.$2,822,710
Y
MassachusettsPadanarim. Project completed in 1994.$1,411,360
Y
MassachusettsLongfellow. Preliminary Eng.$1,411,360
Y
MichiganPennsylvania Avenue. TPC < $10M.
Replacement - BRF.
$3,104,990
N
New York145th Street. RF > 100. Rehab./Seismic Retrofit - BHF.$5,457,250
N
New YorkI84/Delaware. Bridge is not deficient. Rehabilitation/Seismic Retrofit - BHF.$1,881,810
N
South DakotaUS 81/Missouri River. RF > 100.
Replacement - BRF.
$ 940,900
N
TexasLeon River. RF > 100.
Replacement - BRF.
$1,411,360
Y
VermontMissisquoi. RF > 100.
Replacement - BRF.
$3,763,620
Y
WashingtonSouth Park. RF and TPC not available. Preliminary Engineering. Construction in 2005.$ 940,900
Y
TOTAL$53,725,660
Updated: 06/13/2013
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