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Year Nine Report

Oklahoma

STATE REPORT
SUBMIT
APPORTION.
AMOUNT
OBLIGATED
AMOUNT
OBLIG %
Oklahoma1/10/2003$7,631,129$6,810,25489 %
$ PROJECT
AMOUNT
PROJECT
TYPE
PROJECT TITLE & DESCRIPTION VOC
(KG/DAY)
CO
(KG/DAY)
NOx
(KG/DAY)
PM-10
(KG/DAY)
$4,338,993 STP/CMAQRoadway on 41 St at SH-51 Bridge in Tulsa        
$1,120,000 STP/CMAQUS-64: From SH-67 in Bixby to S. 161 St        
$776,580 STP/CMAQSH-20: From east of SH-66 in Claremore extending east        
$400,000 STP/CMAQCMAQ - TEA-21        
$312,947 STP/CMAQSH-82: From US-62 south of Tahlequah        
$279,617 STP/CMAQCMAQ - TEA-21 Transfer        
$117,021 STP/CMAQMiscellaneous        
$109,760 STP/CMAQUS-169: From Collinsville NE on New Align        
$100,000 STP/CMAQACOG: Air Quality Public Awareness Program        
$65,200 STP/CMAQINCOG: Metro Area Ozone Alert        
$50,000 STP/CMAQINCOG: Metro Area Ozone Alert Ride Sharing        
$23,099 STP/CMAQEdmonds Road @ Fretz        
$17,784 STP/CMAQSH-76: From US-70 North thru Healdton        
$15,190 STP/CMAQSH-76: From SH-39 North (No Added Capacity)        
$2,164 STP/CMAQTulsa: South Sheridan from 71 St to 81 St        
$(918,101) STP/CMAQDecreases from previously approved projects        
  APPORTION.
AMOUNT
OBLIGATED
AMOUNT
OBLIG %
Nationwide Totals $1,652,593,968$1,757,819,034106 %

* States without ozone or CO Nonattainment or maintenance areas
QA - Qualitative Assessment
PR - Previously Reported
c - Changed benefit from previous year

Updated: 07/06/2011
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