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Bridge Investment Program Grant Recipients

2022 Bridge Grant Award Recipients

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U.S. map graphic denoting the States receiving BIP Bridge Grants:California, District of Columbia, Michigan, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, and Wisconsin

Project Name State Project Description Grant Award
Bridge Rehab, Safety, and Mobility Project at Palm Avenue/I-805 CA The project will rehabilitate and modernize the Palm Avenue overcrossing bridge in San Diego to relieve traffic congestion and increase resiliency against earthquakes. $24,000,000
I-395 Northbound Bridge Over the Potomac River Rehabilitation Project DC The project will rehabilitate the Arland D. Williams Jr. Memorial Bridge, a nearly half-mile, four-lane bridge that carries people and goods from Arlington, Virginia over the Potomac River to Washington, D.C. $72,000,000
One Bridge, Many Connections: Reinventing the Lafayette Bascule Bridge MI The project will replace an existing bascule bridge over the Saginaw River in Bay City with a new bascule bridge that will be safer and more reliable for use by vehicles, pedestrians, and bicyclists. $73,000,000
Restoring the Castleton-on-Hudson Bridge NY The project will rehabilitate and strengthen the eastbound superstructure of the Castleton-on-Hudson Bridge on the Berkshire Spur off the New York Thruway in Albany and Rensselaer counties. $21,000,000
Improving Rural Bridges in Northwest Oklahoma OK The project will replace seven deficient bridges to restore safe crossings on rural roadways in northwest Oklahoma. $11,505,044
Burgard Bridge Resiliency and Multimodal Enhancements Project OR The project will replace a more than 90-year-old viaduct over the Union Pacific Railroad, which provides an integral transportation link through the North Portland peninsula to other areas of Portland, Oregon. $13,895,277
Investing in South Carolina’s Rural Bridges SC The project will replace and improve six rural bridges in Union County in northwest South Carolina near the Appalachian Mountains. $51,185,909
Goliad County US 59 San Antonio River Bridge Replacement Project TX The project will replace and widen a bridge over the San Antonio River to make traveling on the bridge safer, including for wide-load vehicles. $14,037,887
Replacement of John Nolen Drive Bridges in Madison, Wisconsin WI This project will replace six bridges along the John Nolen Drive causeway, a major artery across Lake Monona into downtown Madison. $15,124,596
Total     $295,748,713
Updated: 04/13/2023
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