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Coordinated Border Infrastructure Program

FY 2004 Designated Projects of the Senate

(to be superceded by Conference Committee language)

Department of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill, 2004

National corridor planning and border infrastructure programs- TEA-21 established a new national corridor planning and development program that provides funds for the coordinated planning, design, and construction of corridors of national significance, economic growth, and international or interregional trade. Allocations may be made to corridors identified in section 1105(c) of ISTEA and to other corridors using considerations identified in legislation. The coordinated border infrastructure program is established to improve the safe movement of people and goods at or across the U.S./Canadian and U.S./Mexican borders.

Funds provided for the national corridor planning and border infrastructure programs in fiscal year 2004 shall be available for the following activities in the corresponding amounts:

172nd Street, I-5 Interchange and Bridge Expansion, Washington $3,000,000
34th Street Corridor completion, Minnesota 1,000,000
Alameda Corridor-East, California 2,000,000
Anniston East Bypass, Alabama 3,000,000
Arctic Winter Games Transportation Improvements, Alaska 1,000,000
Billings Bypass Development: Design and ROW, Montana 2,000,000
Birmingham North Beltline, Birmingham, Alabama 2,000,000
Canal Road Intermodal Connector, Harrison County, Mississippi 1,000,000
Chenega Road System, Alaska 850,000
Construct Madison Street Interchange I-29 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota 5,000,000
Cyberport, Arizona 2,500,000
Decatur Beltline Expansion, Decatur, Alabama 2,000,000
FAST Corridor, Washington 3,000,000
Flintlock Road Overpass, City of Liberty, Missouri 1,000,000
Ft. Wainwright Alternative Access & Chena River Crossing, Alaska 5,700,000
Highway 226: Highway 67 to Highway 63 (Jonesboro), Arkansas 1,500,000
Hillsborough County I-4 Cross town Connector, Florida 2,000,000
I-565 to Memorial Parkway, Huntsville, Alabama 5,000,000
I-69, Louisiana 2,000,000
I-95/SR 1 Interchange Turnpike Improvements, Delaware 1,000,000
Intercounty Connector (ICC), Maryland 500,000
LA-1, Port Fourchon to Golden Meadow, Louisiana 2,000,000
LA HWY 820 Improvements, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana 1,500,000
LA-37/US 190 Central Thruway Connector, Louisiana 1,000,000
Lucille Street and Mack Drive Improvements, Wasill, Alaska 1,000,000
Mesa del Sol, Albuquerque, New Mexico 1,500,000
Missisquoi Bay Bridge, Vermont 4,000,000
Murray Business Loop, Kentucky 1,000,000
North Pole Roads Lighting, Alaska 950,000
Northwest Bypass--City of Beaufort, South Carolina 1,000,000
Otay Mesa/State Route 905, California 3,000,000
Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission--High Priority Corridor #31 5,000,000
Route 24/140 Interchange Replacement and Expansion, Massachusetts 1,000,000
Route 79 Improvements, Fall River, Massachusetts 1,500,000
SR 509/SR 518 Interchange/Intersection Redevelopment [Burien), Washington 2,000,000
Santa Fe/C-470, Colorado 1,500,000
State Highway 133 Widening, Colquitt County, Georgia 4,000,000
Texas I 69 5,800,000
US 11, Orleans and St. Tammany Parishes, Louisiana 500,000
U.S. 395, North Spokane Corridor, Washington 1,000,000
U.S. 412 Mountain Home to Hwy. 101, Arkansas 4,000,000
U.S. 51, Christian/Shelby Counties, Illinois 2,000,000
US 113, Phase I, Maryland 1,500,000
US 278, South Carolina 1,000,000
US 67 improvements, Missouri 5,000,000
US 87 Bypass around Big Spring, Texas 200,000
US 95, Worley to Mica, Idaho 7,000,000
US Highway 6 Improvements, Coralville, Iowa 1,000,000
US-231/I-10 Freeway Connector, Alabama 8,000,000
US 35 Mason and Putnam Counties, West Virginia 6,000,000
Walden Point Road, Alaska 2,000,000
West Virginia Route 10--Logan County 10,000,000
Wood/Sandusky/Lucas Counties--U.S. Route 20, Ohio 5,000,000
Yakima Grade Separations, Washington 1,000,000

The report language does not contain a sum of the cost of the listed projects. The sum is $140,000,000. As in FY 02 and FY 03, report language in the Senate appropriations bill is to be considered in a conference committee appropriations bill that would supercede the Senate appropriations bill language. The conference committee appropriation report language would then be administered under the direction of an authorizing bill. Language in authorizing legislation may include provisions that reduce the amounts of projects listed in appropriation report language.

Updated: 10/20/2015
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