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FY 1998 CMAQ Annual Reports

Alaska

 
STATE
REPORT
SUBMIT
$ AMOUNT
APPORTION
$ AMOUNT
OBLIGATED

OBLIG %
Alaska 36227 $5,701,507 $2,661,513 46.7%
$ PROJECT
AMOUNT
PROJECT
TYPE
PROJECT
DESCRIPTION
VOC**
(KG/DAY)
CO**
(KG/DAY)
NOX**
(KG/DAY)
PM-10**
(KG/DAY)
$305,000 Shared Ride Anchorage Share-a-Ride Program. Promote car and van pools to reduce VMT by 8,655, 417 miles per year 900
$22,743 Ped/Bike Arctic Boulevard: Raspberry Road to Diamond Boulevard Reconstruction. Construct sidewalk and multi-purpose trail as part of a larger project to improve Arctic Boulevard to minor arterial standards. The road will be reconstructed as three lanes, includi 22
$95,518 Transit Anchorage Transit Marketing Program. Increase ridership on a route by route basis by marketing specific routes to the public. 170
$450,000 Ped/Bike C Street: International Airport Road to Tudor Road Reconstruction. Construct sidewalk and multi-purpose trail as part of a larger project to improve C Street the east side where no ped. facility currently exists. The sidewalk on the west side will become 22
$195,586 Ped/Bike Coastal Trail Southern Extension; extend the Coastal Trail approximately 12.5 miles from its existing southern terminus at Kincaid Park to the Potter Weigh Station on the Seward Highway. 2
$609,490 Other Anchorage I/M Program Implementation. Complete the I/M program quality assurance as required by federal mandate. This project will address training, emissions inspection and repairs. 1100
$72,535 Other Anchorage Air Quality Business Education. Work with employers and their employees located or doing business in Anchorage to encourage trip reduction through car-pooling, van pooling, transit use and other measures. 700
$136,002 Other Anchorage Air Quality Public Education. Educate the public through radio and television media about the relationship of health effects of carbon monoxide and particulate matter, and what steps people may take to address their particular concerns. This w 240
$72,776 Other Anchorage PM10 Cold Evaluation, Conduct evaluation of episodic PM10 controls through stabilization of road dust along major arterials during elevated PM10 periods. The suitability of a number of dust control measures will be investigated as part of this p 223
$251,863 Ped/ Bike Nor Reg ADA Improvements, Phase II, Constr. Construct Curb Ramps for Wheelchairs and bicycles on selected corridors in the downtown Fairbanks area. 70
$200,000 Other Fairbanks: Vehicle Inspection Program Improvements (CM/AQ). Develop software and fully implement EPA mandated changes to the Fairbanks I/M Program (access vehicle On-Board Diagnostic Fault Codes.) 200
$250,000 Transit FTA-Paratransit Vans. Purchase 3 additional paratransit vans for the Fairbanks North Star Borough system. 300
$ AMOUNT
APPORTION
$ AMOUNT
OBLIGATED

OBLIG %
Totals $1,140,126,664 $682,559,020 59.9%
Updated: 07/06/2011
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