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FY 1998 PLHD Awards

State Project Description Total Award "Earmarked" Portion Discretionary Portion
AlaskaWalden Point Road near Metlakatla IR on the Annette Islands Reserve near Ketchikan in Southeast Alaska - Relocation of the Metlakatla Indian Community's water line and electrical power plant, and design$1,200,000 $1,200,000
ArizonaClaypool-Jakes Corner Highway, State Routes 88 & 188, Wheatfields Area - Hicks Wash, Phase II, Tonto NF, Gila County - 2.5 miles of grading and drainage, and 6.7 miles of paving$5,800,000 $5,800,000
CaliforniaAuburn-Foresthill Road (FH 124, FAS Y133, Co.Rd. G0088), Placer County - Reconstruction of approximately 6.7 miles of existing roadway (Phase 3 of 3)$3,400,000 $3,400,000
D.C.E Street N.W., through President's Park, 15th St. to 18th St. - Reconstruct and reopen two lanes of westbound E St. NW as a surface street including bicycle and pedestrian elements between 15th & 17th Streets$500,000 $500,000
IdahoMesa Falls Scenic Byway (FH-62) from SH-47 east of Ashton to US-20, in the Targhee NF, Fremont County - Reconstruction of 15.8 miles of roadway$4,000,000 $4,000,000
MichiganForest Hwy 8 (Bamfield Road) from AuSable River west 3.2 miles to FH 5 (Curtisville Road), in Huron NF, Alcona County - Reconstruction of 3.2 miles of roadway including asphalt surfacing and shoulders$500,000 $500,000
NevadaPahrump Valley Road, State Route 160, from 19.5 to 2.2 miles south of the Nye County line (final of five segments), Clark County - Construct new 36' divided 2-lane EB roadway and overlay existing 2-lane for WB traffic$10,000,000 $10,000,000
New MexicoNM 537, from mp 37.9, 17.8 miles south of US 64, north for 2.1 miles, in Jicarilla Apache IR, Arriba County - Reconstruction$525,000 $525,000
UtahState Route 35 (Forest Highway 5, Wolf Creek Pass Road), from mp 2.4 to 18.0, Unitah NF, Wasatch County - Pave the previously graded road$3,000,000 $3,000,000
VermontForest Hwy 3 from Town Hwy 2 to Hapgood Pond Entrance, 2.61 km, Peru, Bennington County - Pavement base repairs, replacement of existing drainage crossings, resurfacing with 25 mm overlay$100,000 $100,000
TOTALS10 Projects$29,025,000$0$29,025,000


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Updated: 04/06/2011

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