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FY 2005 Public Lands Highways Discretionary (PLHD) Awards (as of November 30, 2009)

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STATE PROJECT DESIGNATED AMOUNT IN CONF. REPT. 108–792 (1) AWARD AMOUNT AFTER TAKEDOWNS & OBLIGATION LIMITATION LOP–OFF (2) PROJECT ADMIN. THRU STATE or FLH (3) PLHD FUNDS ALLOCATED TO STATE PLHD FUNDS YET TO BE ALLOCATED TO STATE FUNDS ALLOTTED TO FEDERAL LANDS HIGHWAY(FLH) FUNDS YET TO BE ALLOTTED TO FEDERAL LANDS HIGHWAY (FLH)
Alaska Alaska Trail Initiative, at various locations within the State of Alaska – construction of several trails throughout the State $4,000,000 $3,410,464 FLH     $3,410,464.00  
Alaska Lewis Reef and Bostwick Land Roads, Gravina Island, near Ketchikan, Ketchikan Gateway Borough – construction of road from junction with the Alaska ADOT&PF planned Lewis Reef Access road to the junction with Bostwick Lake Road, then up the Bostwick Lake road alignment towards the boundary of the Tongass National Forest and the Alaska Department of Natural Resources lands, and the construction of a short portion of the Lewis Reef Road from the intersection with the Bostwick Lake Road $1,500,000 $1,278,924 FLH     $1,278,924.00  
Alaska Serpentine Hot Springs Road, approximately 80 miles north of Nome, from milepost 85 of the Kougarok Road extending north 17.5 miles to connect with the existing Serpentine Hot Springs Trail near Taylorit, then extending approximately 20 miles to the Serpentine Hot Springs area, and then Northwest to Shishmaref – roadway rehabilitation, including trail markings, rest areas, wayside parking areas, and interpretive signing $1,000,000 $852,616 STATE $852,616.00      
Arizona Lone Pine Dam Road Bridge, between State Route 260 and State Route 77, approximately two miles west of State Route 77 in Township 11N, Range 21E, Section 14, Navajo County – construction of a bridge over the Show Low Creek and realignment of roadway approaches $2,500,000 $2,131,540 STATE $2,131,540.00      
Arizona Pine Springs Road, on the Navajo Indian Reservation between Interstate 40 and Pine Springs, Apache County – preliminary planning and design, right–of–way clearance, archeological and environmental clearance, and utility clearance for the 12.6 miles of roadway in preparation for construction $1,000,000 $852,616 FLH     $852,616.00  
California Beale AFB Access Roads, Spenceville Road from Camp Far West Road to Beale AFB, and North Beale Road from Griffith Road east toward Beale AFB, Yuba County – rehabilitate existing roadway with asphalt overlay (Excess funds of $47,398.55 returned by State) $1,000,000 $852,616 STATE $852,616.00      
California South Access to the Golden Gate Bridge, Doyle Drive, from P.M. 8.3 to P.M. 9.4, City and County of San Francisco – additional work as part of the environmental phase for the ongoing Doyle Drive reconstruction project $1,000,000 $852,616 STATE $852,616.00      
California Park Access and Trails, Golden Gate National Parks, multiple sites of the Coastal Trail and trail connectors within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, including Marin Headlands (Marin County), the Presidio of San Francisco, Lands End (San Francisco) and Mori Point (San Mateo) – critical trails, public access and safety improvements include trail, bikeway and trailhead realignments and improvements to park roads, access ways and parking areas $1,000,000 $852,616 FLH     $852,616.00  
California Marin Parklands/Muir Woods, including the national park lands in the Redwood Creek watershed in Southwestern Marin County along with adjacent state parklands in the watershed between these two sites, and the national park sites of Tennessee Valley & Stinson Beach – visitor access planning and improvements $1,278,000 $1,089,644 STATE FLH $544,822.00   $544,822.00  
California Needles Highway, from "N" street south of Interstate 40 within the City of Needles north to the Nevada State line, passing through the Fort Mojave reservation, San Bernardino County – roadway realignment and safety improvements $500,000 $426,308 STATE $426,308.00      
California Intersection of Daggett Road and California State Road 4, Port of Stockton, Stockton, San Joaquin County – provide a safe intersection where the new main entrance to the Port of Stockton is being developed $1,000,000 $852,616 STATE $852,616.00      
California South Palm Canyon Drive Extension, Phase 2, Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians Reservation, Riverside County – roadway, drainage, appurtenant structures and facilities $1,582,000 $1,348,839 FLH     $1,348,839.00  
California Summit Valley Road, east of Interstate 15 in the Cajon Pass Area from State Highway 138 north and east to Hesperia City Limits, San Bernardino County – roadway paving and safety improvements $1,000,000 $852,616 STATE $852,616.00      
Colorado tate Highway 145 (Forest Highway 1), M.P. 11.31 to M.P. 25.9, from Dolores to Stoner, Montezuma County – roadway reconstruction, including resurfacing, safety upgrades, drainage improvements, guardrail and striping $500,000 $426,308 STATE $426,308.00      
District of Columbia Frederick Douglass Bridge ( South Capitol Street), over and adjacent to the Anacostia River – bridge rehabilitation $4,500,000 $3,836,772 STATE $3,836,772.00      
Florida Palm Harbor Safety and Access Program, Downtown Palm Harbor along and in proximity to Florida Avenue at its intersection with U.S. Alternate Highway 19, Pinellas County – on–street parking, new and expanded sidewalks, improved landscaping, and modifications to the intersection of the Historic District's local main street (Florida Avenue) with Alternate U.S. Highway 19 $700,000 $596,831 STATE $596,831.00      
Florida Coastal and Intra–coastal Waters of the United States, City of Treasure Island, Pinellas County – reconstruction/rehabilitation of pedestrian walkovers to access US coastal waters and their beaches, and the rehabilitation of boat ramps to the US Intra–coastal Waterway $450,000 $383,677 STATE $383,677.00      
Florida Within the City of Palm Coast along the intracoastal waterway and adjacent to the Graham Swamp between the Lehigh Rails–to–Trails and the City's Linear Park, Flagler County – development of trail, bridges, parking areas, raised walkways and viewing areas $1,000,000 $852,616 STATE $852,616.00      
Florida Timucuan Bicycle Trail, along State Road (SR) A1A from the Nassau Sound Bridge through Big Talbot Island within the right–of–way of SR A1A and adjacent park lands, across the St Johns River (via the St. Johns River Ferry) through the Village of Mayport along the Wonderwood Expressway to Hanna Park, Duval County – construction of bicycle trail $1,000,000 $852,616 STATE $852,616.00      
Hawaii Statewide Improvements at various federal facilities, national parks, and wildlife refuges throughout Hawaii – planning, design and construction of various transportation improvements $4,000,000 $3,410,464 STATE FLH $842,464.00   $2,568,000.00  
Idaho City of Rocks Back Country Byway, Stage 3, MP 0 – 16.7, along STC–2841, Cassia County – roadway reconstruction including correction of deteriorated road and slope conditions, widening roadway, and improving alignment $4,000,000 $3,410,464 STATE $3,410,464.00      
Kentucky Cole Road, from the intersection with US 41A west 1 mile to the Fort Campbell boundary, Christian County – roadway reconstruction including widening $2,000,000 $1,705,232 STATE $1,705,232.00      
Kentucky Kentucky Scenic Byways (Red River Gorge National Scenic Byway (NSB), Country Music Highway NSB, Wilderness Road NSB, and Cumberland Cultural Byway), in various counties – expansion of Redbud Trail, downtown beautification projects, media marketing, educational campaign, brochure creation and distribution, staff, and administration $1,000,000 $852,616 STATE $852,616.00      
Maryland Maryland Route 4 at Suitland Parkway, Prince George's County – construction of an interchange at MD 4 and Suitland Parkway, and the addition of one general use lane in each direction for one mile on MD 4 $3,750,000 $3,197,310 STATE $3,197,310.00      
Massachusetts Cape Cod Rail Trail from Route 134 in the town of Dennis through the towns of Harwich, Brewster, Orleans, Eastham and Wellfleet to LeCount Hollow Road in South Wellfleet, Barnstable County – rehabilitation of the 22–mile Cape Cod Rail Trail $1,200,000 $1,023,140 STATE $1,023,140.00      
Massachusetts Lowell Riverwalk, along the south bank of the Merrimack River beginning at the Boott Mills Complex and  terminating at the Lower Locks Complex, Middlesex County – construct Phase 1 of the proposed extension to the 'Mile of Mills' Riverwalk from its current terminus at the historic Boott Mills Complex to the Lowell Memorial Auditorium and Lower Locks area $1,000,000 $852,616 FLH     $852,616.00  
Michigan North Bar Lake Road from Voice Road to LaRohr Road in Empire Township, Leelanau County – roadway reconstruction and paving $300,000 $255,785 STATE $255,785.00      
Michigan M–6 Paul Henry Trail along the M–6 Corridor, from Ivanrest SW east to Hanna Lake SE, Kent County – construction of 7.5 mile non–motorized facility $1,000,000 $852,616 STATE $852,616.00      
Montana Fort Peck Reservoir Fishing Access Roads: Hell Creek and Devil's Creek Roads in Garfield County, Valentine Road in Fergus County, Willow Creek Road in Valley County, Dovetail/Valentine Road in Petroleum County, Regina Road Scenic Loop in Phillips County, and South Fork Rock Creek and North Fork Rock Creek Roads in McCone County – rehabilitation of roadways with crushed gravel $5,000,000 $4,263,081 FLH     $4,263,081.00  
Montana Marysville Road from RP 0, Lincoln Road to Marysville to RP 6.15 on route L2590, then continuing at RP 0 and ends at RP 1.7 6 on route L2550 from Marysville to the junction of Belmont Drive and Ottawa Gulch Road, Lewis & Clark County – right–of–way acquisition, safety improvements, and roadway rehabilitation $3,000,000 $2,557,848 FLH     $2,557,848.00  
Montana S–323 Alzada–Ekalaka, beginning in Ekalaka and extending 71.739 miles south to Alzada, Carter County – roadway reconstruction including paving an existing all–weather gravel surface and/or reconstruction to a graveled surface $3,000,000 $2,557,848 STATE $2,557,848.00      
Nebraska Preston North and South, at the Sac and Fox Reservation, beginning at the southwest corner of Section 33, T1N, R17E, and proceeding northward on a county road for approximately 4 miles to the Nebraska Highway 159 intersection, Richardson County – grading, replacing or extending structures, and approximately 6" of asphalt paving $700,000 $596,831 STATE $596,831.00      
Nevada Hoover Dam Bypass Boulder City Extension, between a western boundary at the end of Interstate 515 on US 93/95 in Henderson near Foothills grade separation approximately 1.6 kilometers (1 mile) north of the Railroad Pass Hotel and Casino, and an eastern boundary on US 93, approximately 7.5 kilometers (4.7 miles) east of downtown Boulder City, Clark County – design, right–of–way, and construction of a southern bypass of Boulder City consisting of a continuous four–lane, controlled–access divided freeway and highway bypassing the developed area of Boulder City to the south $1,000,000 $852,616 STATE $852,616.00      
Nevada Lake Mead Parkway/Lake Las Vegas Gateway, beginning just west of the intersection with Boulder Highway east to the entrance of the Lake Mead National Recreational Area (LMNRA), in the City of Henderson, Clark County – widening of Lake Mead Parkway from 2–lanes to 6–lanes with a grade–separated intersection at Lake Las Vegas $1,000,000 $852,616 STATE $852,616.00      
Nevada SR 160, Blue Diamond Road, from Valley View to Rainbow Boulevard, milepost SR 160 CL 1.13 to 4.41, Clark County – Phase 2 will continue the widening of SR 160 $5,000,000 $4,263,081 STATE $4,263,081.00      
New Mexico I–25 at approximately MP 234 at the Interchange with NM 556 (Tramway Blvd.), Bernalillo County – complete reconstruction of the I–25 interchange with Tramway Blvd. $500,000 $426,308 STATE $426,308.00      
New Mexico Valles Caldera National Preserve, Sandoval County – planning, design, and construction of infrastructure improvements, including wildlife viewing area, entrance improvements, access road improvements, drainage and water improvements $1,250,000 $1,065,770 FLH     $1,065,770.00  
North Dakota Turtle Mountain Indian Access Road to Ojibwa Indian School, on the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette County – grading, asphalt surfacing, and shared use path $1,000,000 $852,616 FLH     $852,616.00  
Oregon Oregon Route 140 from mile post 17.4 to mile post 18.4 (Warner Highway – Deep Creek) in Lake County – realignment and complete safety improvements to a 1–mile section, including the correction of four very sharp substandard curves $900,000 $767,355 STATE $767,355      
Texas IH20–Dyess AFB Access, including IH 20 & FM 3438 ramps, FM 3438 & US 84 interchange, and City Street – Military Drive, in the city of Abilene, Taylor County – relocation of entrance & exit ramps on IH 20, construction of an interchange at FM 3438 & US 84, and reconstruction of a local street on Military Drive $750,000 $639,462 STATE $639,462.00      
Utah Bear River Access Road (Bird Refuge Road, Route 1082), from the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge (Reference Post 0) to the I–15 southbound ramps (Reference Post 15+4.838), west of Brigham City in North Central Utah, Box Elder County – complete preliminary engineering and begin grading and paving $2,000,000 $1,705,232 FLH     $1,705,232.00  
Utah State Route 92, between I–15 and Timpanogos Cave National Monument, Utah County – interchange improvements on I–15 and widening SR–92 $750,000 $639,462 STATE $639,462.00      
Vermont Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge headquarters and visitor facilities near the intersection of State Route 78 and Tabor Road (Swanton Town Highway), in Swanton, Franklin County – improve public access and enhance environmental education and outreach $500,000 $426,308 FLH     $426,308.00  
Vermont Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge in Norwich, Windsor County – improve existing public access to educational outreach facilities, including upgrading existing foot trail network, passenger rail access, and walkways to enhance safety and accessibility, and information kiosks, overlooks, outdoor exhibits, septic upgrade, exhibit storage, landscaping, and signing $1,000,000 $852,616 FLH     $852,616.00  
Virginia 14th Street Bridges over the Potomac River and Ohio Drive, including the Arland D. Williams Bridge, Rochambeau Bridge, and George Mason Bridge; George Washington Memorial Parkway and the Humpback Bridge;  George Washington Memorial Parkway's Columbia Island Marina; Interstate 395, in Arlington County, Virginia and the District of Columbia; and NPS Route 10 – George Washington Memorial Parkway, in Arlington County Virginia and the District of Columbia – safety and traffic operation improvements to the 14th Street Bridges, I–395 approaching the 14th Street Bridges, GWMP Humpback Bridge, and the interchange between them; access improvements to the Columbia Island Marina; bridge construction may include widening for acceleration and deceleration lanes and other safety improvements to the bridges and approaches; and project may also include improvements on roads within the District of Columbia $1,250,000 $1,065,770 FLH     $1,065,770.00  
Virginia Big Gem Park Access Road, adjacent to Route 340, approximately ½ mile south of the Route 340/Route 602 intersection, Town of Shenandoah, Page County – development of a plan for the construction of recreational access roads for the Park $60,000 $51,157 STATE $51,157.00      
Virginia Amherst County River Walk Trail, Route 1013 from Route 334 to 0.69 mile south, Trail area on northern bank of James River; Percival's Island in the James River adjacent to City of Lynchburg – Design and construction of improvements to Route 1013 (Fertilizer Road) necessary to improve access to the River Walk Trail; design and construction of causeway  to Percival's Island; design and construction of River Walk Trail extension to Six Mile Bridge and Riveredge Park building renovation $500,000 $426,308 STATE $426,308.00      
Virginia U.S. Marine Corps Heritage Center, at intersection of Route 1 and Route 619, Prince William County – design and reconstruction of the Route 1/Route 619 intersection and other Route 1 improvements required to serve the entrance to the Marine Corps Heritage Center $500,000 $426,308 STATE $426,308.00      
Virginia Vermont Civil War Monument, Route 621 just west of intersection with Route 613, in the Wilderness Battlefield portion of the Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park, Spotsylvania County – NEPA and Section 106 documentation, design, and construction of the improvements necessary to access and interpret a new monument being erected by the State of Vermont and the surrounding area, including a new parking area and pulloff on Route 621, about two miles of trails, and exhibits $200,000 $170,523 FLH     $170,523.00  
Washington Enumclaw Welcome Center along SR–410 at M.P. 25.0 (230 Roosevelt Avenue East), King County – develop a 4.9 acre parcel with a Welcome Center/Gateway Interpretive Center at the western terminus to the Chinook Scenic Byway corridor $1,000,000 $852,616 STATE $852,616.00      
Washington I–5/116th Street NE Interchange, at I–5 MP 202.47, between the Tulalip Tribes Reservation and the City of Marysville, Snohomish County – modify the existing Interstate 5 (I–5)/116th Street NE interchange to improve the interchange's level of service (LOS) and to provide better access between the mainlines of I–5 and 116–th Street NE $1,000,000 $852,616 STATE $852,616.00      
Washington Swinomish Tribe Marina Access Road, at the Swinomish Tribal Reservation, Section 11, T34N, R2E, Skagit County – construction of approximately 548.64 meters (1800 ft) of new roadway $2,000,000 $1,705,232 STATE $1,705,232.00      
Wyoming Grand Teton National Park, Teton County – construction of first phase of bicycle/pedestrian pathways system $4,000,000 $3,410,464 FLH     $3,410,464.00  
TOTALS   $82,620,000 $70,443,138   $42,364,013.00 $0.00 $28,079,125.00 $0.00
  1. All FY2005 available PLHD funds were designated for specific projects by Congress in the conference report accompanying the FY2005 Transportation Appropriations Act (Division H of Public Law 108–447).
  2. SAFETEA–LU (Public Law 109–59) authorized $88.4 million for PLHD for FY2005.  After takedowns of 4.1% under Section 117 of the FY2005 Transportation Appropriations Act and 14.5% for the obligation limitation lop–off, and planning and administration costs of Federal Land Management Agencies under 23 U.S.C. 204(i), $70,443,138 is available to fund these designated projects.
  3. For projects administered through the State, contact Larry Beidel, FHWA Office of Program Administration, 202–366–4653. For projects administered through Federal Lands Highway (FLH), contact Aron Reif, FHWA Office of FLH, 202–366–9489.
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Updated: 04/06/2011
 

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