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Robert Bentley announced today.
Those 302 projects totaling $397.78 million make up the largest number of projects announced as part of the Alabama Transportation Rehabilitation and Improvement Program, or ATRIP, so far. Sixty one of 67 counties in the state have received ATRIP funding for projects since the initiative was launched in March 2012.
The eleven projects in Tuscaloosa County to receive more than $26.7 million in ATRIP funding total more than $33.36 million. Eighty percent of funding for ATRIP projects is covered by federal Grant Anticipation Revenue Vehicle, or GARVEE, bonds and 20 percent of the cost must be provided by local governments or public private partnerships.
The projects in Tuscaloosa include $18.7 million in work on Fifth Avenue that would extend the road to Hackberry Lane with a connector to Jack Warner Parkway, $6.8 million in improvements to the 10th Avenue corridor and $3.5 million in improvements to Hargrove Road and Hackberry Lane.
Projects in the county receiving funding are the $1.07 million resurfacing on Keenes Mill Road, the $631,700 bridge replacement on Malone Creed Road over Malone Creek,Oakley Oil Rig Sunglasses, the $480,200 bridge replacement on Traweek Road over Binion Creek, the $479,000 bridge replacement on Old Fayette Road over Barbee Creek, the $301,Jack and Jones Pullover,500 bridge replacement on Old Fayette Road over an unnamed tributary to Binion Creek, the $359,000 resurfacing of County Road 140 from Dockery Road to the Tuscaloosa Pickens county line, the $430,000 resurfacing of a segment of of Lock 17 Road and the $560,297 bridge replacement on Holman Church Road over Kansas City Railroad.
"Everyone benefits from ATRIP," Bentley said in a news release. "We're improving public safety by replacing old bridges and repairing and widening outdated roads. ATRIP also helps create jobs. When companies build new facilities, they look for areas with good roads and bridges. ATRIP is giving them what they need. The more companies that build and expand in Alabama, the more jobs we able to create."
Projects in two West Central Alabama counties also received funding.
In Greene County, ATRIP funding will go to the $2.27 million resurfacing County Road 181 from Alabama 14 to the Pickens County Line, the $1.83 million resurfacing of County Road 208 from the I 20/59 interchange to County Road 60 and the $400,000 bridge replacement on County Road 120 over Bangdoodle Creek.
In Lamar County, ATRIP funding will go to the $1,57 million resurfacing of County Road 35 from Alabama 17 to the Marion Lamar county line, the $1.64 million resurfacing of County Road 49 from County Road 36 to County Road 16 and the $930,Hollister kvinder,851 resurfacing of County Road 49 from County Road 20 to Alabama 18
Gov. Bentley plans to announce the details of a bill will allow the remaining six counties that have not yet received funding for projects Fayette, Hale, Lawrence, Marengo, Wilcox and Winston to participate in ATRIP. According to the news release, the governor's legislative proposal would help municipalities meet the required 20 percent of matching funds for projects.
The ATRIP initiative has approved 439 road and bridge projects totaling more than $613 million since it began,Nike Swoosh Niedrigen Absätzen.
Funding proposals are reviewed by an advisory committee made up by Alabama Department of Transportation director John Cooper, Lt. Governor Kay Ivey, Sen. Paul Bussman, Rep. Mac McCutcheon, Agriculture Commissioner John McMillan and retired county engineers Herb Huner and Henry Hawkins. The committee makes funding decisions in conjunction with Bentley.
"As a member of the ATRIP Advisory Committee, it gratifying to see counties and cities working together to promote progress and improve roads and bridges," Ivey said in the news release. "Under Governor Bentley leadership, the approval of funding for this recent round of projects plays a vital role in the long term economic impact of local communities and the state."
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