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Delta Region Transportation Development Program

FY 2008 DRTDP Program Congressionally-Listed Project

January 10, 2008

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DRTDP Mississippi Greenville Street Revitilization, MS     $1,470,000
DRTDP Mississippi Marks Airport, MS     $980,000
DRTDP Mississippi Statesman Boulevard and Trail, MS     $1,470,000
DRTDP Mississippi Canton Parkway, MS     $2,744,000
Subtotal $6,664,000
DRTDP Missouri Caruthersville Downtown Infrastructure Road Redevelopment, Caruthersville, MO     $367,500
DRTDP Missouri Highway 67 (Wappapello Bridge) Four Lane Improvement Project, MO   Jo Ann Emerson $2,205,000
DRTDP Missouri Newburg Bridge Replacement, MO     $176,400
DRTDP Missouri Route AB Route Extension, Cape Girardeau, MO   Jo Ann Emerson $558,600
DRTDP Missouri Route AB/Nash Roda Improvement Project, MO   Jo Ann Emerson $735,000
DRTDP Missouri Route D Road Improvement Project, MO     $1,837,500
DRTDP Missouri Route EE Road/Multi-Modal Improvement Project, MO     $735,000
DRTDP Missouri Route Y Safety Improvement Project, MO   Jo Ann Emerson $735,000
Subtotal $7,350,000
GRAND TOTAL (12 DRTDP Projects in 2 States) $14,014,000


DRTDP = Delta Region Transportation Development Program. Authorized under Section 1308 of SAFETEA-LU

These projects and amounts were identified in the Joint Explanatory Statement accompanying the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2008. The amounts were reduced (to 98 percent) by Section 186 of the Act.

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