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MEMORANDUM
Subject: FY 1999 Discretionary Bridge Program Date: November 6, 1998
From: Chief,
Bridge Division Office of Engineering
Reply to Attn. of: HNG-33
To: Division Administrators
Resource Centers

Attached is a table that shows the FY 1999 Discretionary Bridge Program allocations. The available funds this year were allocated to three continuing projects from previous years, one Olympic cities project, three seismic retrofit projects, and four new-start projects. In addition, FY 1998 funds were allocated to the Golden Gate Bridge.

FY 1999 requests for discretionary bridge funds were received for 53 non-seismic candidates for a total of $1.040 billion and from 13 seismic retrofit candidates for a total of $94.9 million. Only the Golden Gate Bridge qualified for FY 1998 funding. A total of $108,989,750 of Discretionary Bridge Program Funds was allocated to the States.

/s/ David H. Densmore

Attachment

Approved FY 1999 Discretionary Bridge Projects

Non-Seismic Candidates
State Project Description/Location Allocation ($)
Alabama Bridge replacement, Reeses Ferry Bridge between Montgomery and Prattville 11,760,000
Colorado Bridge replacement, Broadway Viaduct in downtown Denver 3,784,000
Missouri Bridge replacement, Chouteau Bridge in Kansas City 8,920,750
Missouri Bridge replacement, Cape Girardeau Bridge over the Mississippi River at Cape Girardeau 8,000,000
Ohio Bridge replacement, Muskingum County Bridge in Zanesville 5,000,000
South Carolina Bridge replacement, Grace Memorial Bridge between Mount Pleasant and the City of Charleston 5,500,000
Utah Bridge replacement, 500 South Viaduct in Salt Lake City 11,000,000
Washington Bridge replacement, Snohomish River Bridge in Everett 11,000,000
Seismic Candidates
State Project Description/Location Allocation ($)
California (FY 1998 funding) Seismic Retrofit, Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco 22,275,000
California Seismic Retrofit, Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco 7,750,000
Missouri Seismic Retrofit, Poplar Street Approach Bridge in St. Louis 7,000,000
Tennessee Seismic Retrofit, I-40 over the Mississippi River between Tennessee and Arkansas 7,000,000
Total (Seismic and Non-Seismic) 108,989,750
Updated: 06/13/2013
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