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FY 1998 CMAQ Annual Reports

Montana

 
STATE
REPORT
SUBMIT
$ AMOUNT
APPORTION
$ AMOUNT
OBLIGATED

OBLIG %
Montana 36195 $5,701,507 $10,468,484 183.6%
$ PROJECT
AMOUNT
PROJECT
TYPE
PROJECT
DESCRIPTION
VOC**
(KG/DAY)
CO**
(KG/DAY)
NOX**
(KG/DAY)
PM-10**
(KG/DAY)
$810,652 Ped/Bike This project is for the design and construction of a non-motorized overpass crossing on Montana Rail Link (MRL) right of way. It will provide Bike/Pedestrian access on the Northside of Missoula, Montana. Reported Previously
$1,072,233 Ped/Bike This project consists of design and construction of a bike/pedestrian bridge with approaches and connections to an existing street and trail. Reported Previously
$608,000 Other Application of asphalt on unpaved alleys and streets in Missoula County located within the urban area to reduce the amount of re-entrained road dust emissions (PM-10) Reported Previously
$271,905 Ped/Bike This project will provide new bicycle/pedestrian paths along several routes in Missoula, MT, which will create an integrated network on N/S/E/W connections within the urban area. Reported Previously
$48,475 Demand Mgmt This project will implement TDM strategies with the assistance of a consultant. Reported Previously
$470,934 Traffic Flow This project will increase the efficiency of traffic movement by making improvements at 50 signalized intersections. It includes upgrades to traffic signal equipment and roadway surface. Reported Previously
$174,083 Ped/Bike This project will develop a bicycle lane network utilizing epoxy striping to facilitate non-motorized commuting at 21 locations in the City of Missoula. Reported Previously
$401,724 Ped/Bike This project will provide for the construction of facilities serving non-motorized traffic. Reported Previously
$458,034 Other Application of asphalt on unpaved alleys and streets in the City of Missoula to reduce the amount of re-entrained road dust emissions (PM-10) Reported Previously
$81,963 Traffic Flow Intersection Improvement Reported Previously
$25,974 Ped/Bike This project helps fund the bike/ped coordinator position for the City of Missoula. Activities contained within the project are eligible under current CMAQ guidance.
$417,923 Ped/Bike The funds will provide for bicycle and pedestrian structure alongside of the Orange Street Bridge which crosses the Clark Fork river in Missoula.
$452,189 Transit This CMAQ transfer to FTA funds the design and construction of the transit center and operating assistance for the downtown circulator bus for an additional year.
$5,196,560 Other The project is for the acquisition of new sweepers, flush trucks and liquid de-icer application equipment. The equipment has been distributed to the areas identification as being non-attainment or "high risk" for PM-10. Qualitative Analysis
($19,200) Ped/Bike This project consists of constructing a bike/ped facility to encourage sov reduction in Missoula.
($2,965) Ped/Bike This project consisted of landscaping which included a bike/ped path through the landscaped area. Reported Previously
$ AMOUNT
APPORTION
$ AMOUNT
OBLIGATED

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