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MEMORANDUM
Subject: INFORMATION: FY 2000 Discretionary Bridge Program Date: January 06, 2000
From: /s/ Original signed by:
David H. Densmore
Director of Bridge Technology
Reply to Attn. of: HIBT-30
To: Resource Center Directors
Division Administrators

Attached is a table that shows the FY 2000 Discretionary Bridge Program allocations. The available funds this year were allocated to four new-start and four continuing non-seismic projects and two continuing seismic retrofit projects.

FY 2000 requests for discretionary bridge funds were received for 42 non-seismic candidates for a total of $876.8 million and from six seismic retrofit candidates for a total of $63 million. A total of $87,100,000 of Discretionary Bridge Program Funds was allocated to the States.

Attachment

Approved Discretionary Bridge Projects FY 2000

Non-Seismic Candidates
State Project Description/Location Allocation ($)
Illinois Bridge Rehabilitation, Wacker Drive Viaduct in Chicago 10,394,184
Kansas Bridge replacement, Turner Diagonal Bridge in Kansas City 2,613,000
Michigan Bridge replacement, Dequindre Yard Bridge in Detroit 14,000,000
Missouri Bridge replacement, Chouteau Bridge in Kansas City 6,393,816
New Mexico Bridge replacement, I-25 / I-40 interchange in Albuquerque 7,200,000
Tennessee Bridge replacement, Loudon City Memorial Bridge 8,240,000
Washington Bridge replacement, Snohomish River Bridge in Everett 13,000,000
West Virginia Bridge replacement, Williamston-Marietta Bridge in Parkersburg-Belpre Metropolitan area 3,484,000
SEISMIC CANDIDATES
State Project Description/Location Allocation ($)
California Seismic Retrofit, Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco 11,613,000
Tennessee Seismic Retrofit, I-40 over the Mississippi River between Tennessee and Arkansas 6,097,200
Arkansas Seismic Retrofit, I-40 over the Mississippi River between Tennessee and Arkansas 4,064,800
Total (Seismic and Non-Seismic) 87,100,000
Updated: 06/13/2013
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