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Award NumberAward DescriptionAward AmountLocal AmountProject NameProject DescriptionProject StatusJob CreationNumber of JobsTotal ARRA $ Received Thru 4th Qtr 2010Total ARRA $ Spent Thru 4th Qtr 2010Total Infrastructure $ Spent Thru 4th Qtr 2010Infrastructure RationaleCityCongressional District
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0002638Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$23,370,448.45$1,115,578.00EAGLES LANDING PKWY FROM CR 2417 TO CS 867/TALON PLACE-GRTAThis project is a roadway widening project in Henry County. The project is located on Eagle's Landing Parkway, 0.4 miles east of the I-75 interchange in Henry County. This project will continue the widening of Eagle's Landing Parkway from Eagle's Pointe Parkway through the intersection with SR 42/US 23 to 700 feet east of Talon Place for a total project length of 2.6 miles. This project will construct a 4-lane roadway (2 lanes in each direction) with a 44' wide depressed grass median up to the intersection with SR 42/US 23. After the intersection the roadway will be widened to 4-lanes (2 lanes in each direction) with a 20' wide raised median, which matches the configuration of Phase 1 of East Lake Parkway Extension at the proposed project's eastern terminus. This project includes 4' bike lanes, curb & gutter and 5' wide sidewalks on both sides. Both existing bridges over Norfolk Southern Railroad and Pates Creek will be replaced. More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.44.26$6,486,863.13$6,491,279.11$6,491,279.114R Reconstruction, Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Stockbridge3
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0008159Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$241,204.10$0.00LOCUST GROVE DOWNTOWN STREETSCAPE - PHASE IIThis project is a transportation enhancement in Henry County. The proposed project will provide a trailhead facility. The project will be constructed on two city owned parcels adjacent to Cleveland Street and Smith Street in Locust Grove. The trailhead will act as a terminus for the citywide pedestrian network. Sidewalks will be constructed on S.R. 42/U.S. 23 from C.S. 505/Carter Lane to C.R. 650/Bill Gardner Pkwy; CS 503/Cleveland Street from C.S. 551/Indian Creek Road To 506/Smith Street; and C.S. 503/Cleveland Street from C.S. 506/Smith Street to S.R. 42/U.S. 23. Proposed improvements include minimum 5 foot sidewalks, landscaping, lighting, parking, handicapped access ramps, benches, trash receptacles, bicycle parking racks and signage. All work will be performed on city owned parcels. All construction will meet ADA standards. Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.05$241,204.10$241,204.10$241,204.10Facilities for Pedestrians and Bicycles. Invest in transportation. Locust Grove3
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0009346Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,531,013.32$1,531,013.32SR 2/BATTLEFIELD PARKWAY AT CR 6/PINE GROVE ROADThis project is a safety intersection improvement project in Catoosa County. This project consists of reconstructing the existing left turns lanes on SR 2 from a Type A median crossover to a Type B. The new configuration will improve safety and visibility from the left turn lanes. This project will also construct new left turn lanes from CR 6/Pine Grove Rd. onto SR 2.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.2.93$1,106,555.44$1,217,310.38$1,217,310.38Safety. Invest in transportation. Ringgold9
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0009349Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$7,573,857.03$7,573,857.03SR 3 CONN AT SR 120 ALT - GRTAThis project will modify the interchange of SR 120/Roswell Road and SR 120 Alternate (formerly SR 120 Loop) in Cobb County. This project is located in the City of Marietta. The proposed project will begin at SR 120 (formerly SR 120 Loop) milepoint 2.55 and extend approximately 0.75 miles to SR 120 Alternate milepoint 1.80. This project stems from the installation of a two-lane loop ramp entrance from SR 120 onto Westbound/Southbound 120 Loop, towards I-75. The proposed ramps will be one to four lane sections with 12 to 15-foot travel lanes, 6-foot inside shoulders (4-foot paved, 2-foot grassed), 8-foot outside shoulders (6-foot paved, 2-foot grassed) and side ditches. There is a new 210' X 43.25' bridge structure proposed for the 2-lane loop over SR 120/Roswell Road. This project will improve operation and reduce congestion at the interchange. Roswell Road will be widened east from this project under another GDOT Project (PI# 721310-).More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.25.5$3,474,447.05$3,480,787.32$3,480,787.324R Reconstruction, Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Marietta6
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0009356Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$560,486.24$0.00SR 42 AT 5 LOCS - UPGRADE TRAFFIC SIGNALSThis project is the upgrade of existing traffic signal equipment and pedestrian facilities at five locations for S.R. 42 in Clayton County. The intersections are as follows: 1) SR 42 @ I-675 NB Ramp 2) SR 42 @ I-675 SB Ramp 3) SR 42 @ Dale Rd / Evans Dr (Comm only) 4) SR 42 @ Fielder Rd 5) SR 42 @ Lake Harbin RdLess Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.4.1$0.00$84,787.54$84,787.54Safety. Invest in transportation. Morrow13
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0009452Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$15,925,376.13$15,925,376.13SR 74 FROM SR 85 TO CS 597/COOPER CIRCLEThis project is the construction of the widening and improvement of SR 74 in Fayette County, from SR 85 to Cooper Circle Road (approximately 1.85 miles south of Crosstown Drive) for a total length of 3.30 miles. This project includes widening the existing 2-lane roadway to a 4-lane roadway with a 24 ft raised median. A new bridge will be constructed over Flat Creek to the north east of the existing bridge location under GDOT Project #322357. The intersection of Padgett Road and SR 85 will be relocated 280 ft west of its current location. The design speed of the project is 45 mph. More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.16.58$5,837,647.31$5,837,647.31$5,837,647.314R Reconstruction, Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Peachtree City3
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0000424Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$2,604,885.64$2,604,885.64SR 5/BANKHEAD HWY/BILL ARP RD AT CS 573/ROSE AVEThis project consists of reconstructing the existing intersection of SR 5 and Rose Avenue, located just north of I-20 in Douglas County. The existing intersection has an undesirable scissor-type configuration and is unsignalized. Proposed improvements include realigning the intersection to a 90 degree intersection, adding a raised median to all 3 legs and installing signals. This will greatly enhance safety, efficiency and operations of this intersection.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.4.47$2,604,885.64$2,604,885.64$2,604,885.64Safety. Invest in transportation. Douglasville13
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0001361Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,956,969.84$1,956,969.84SR 91 AT DRY CREEK 9.5 MI S OF COLQUITTThis project is a bridge replacement project in Miller County. The construction proposes to construct a new 160' x 44' concrete bridge on SR 91 over Dry Creek at the existing bridge site. The roadway approaches will consist of two, 12' lanes with 10' rural shoulders (2 paved). Traffic will be detoured via an on-site drainage structure and temporary detour road constructed parallel and east of the existing bridge. The project length is 0.3 miles.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.10.46$1,754,957.45$1,760,394.95$1,760,394.95Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Donalsonville2
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0002842Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$2,288,929.57$2,288,929.57CR 223/PORTAL HWY AT BIG BRANCH AND AT LOTTS CREEK 8 MI N OF METTERThis project will replace two bridges in Bulloch and Candler counties. The project will replace the bridge on County Road 223/Portal Highway at Big Branch and the bridge on County Road 223/Portal Highway at Lotts Creek in Bulloch/Candler Counties. The existing bridges were constructed in 1953 and are structurally deficient (they are 27.5' wide with sufficiency ratings of 24 and 16, respectively).More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.6.66$1,994,848.48$1,997,521.29$1,997,521.29Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Metter12
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0006627Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$210,620.00$14,230.00ROCKMART STREETSCAPE ENHANCEMENT PROJECT - PHASE IIThis project is a transportation enhancement in Polk County. Construction includes streetscape improvements in downtown Rockmart along: State Route 6 (Elm Street) from CSX Railroad right-of-way to Slate Street; Marble Street from State Route 6 (Elm Street) to 325 feet northeast of Elm Street Intersection. Portions of the project are along State Route 6. The improvements include demolition of existing deteriorated sidewalks and brick pavers and poured concrete. The existing curbs will be replaced and four existing parallel parking spaces will be repainted. The existing streets' cross sections will remain the same. Other improvements include street appurtenances such as benches, trash receptacles and improved pedestrian lighting. Not StartedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$0.00$0.00$0.00Rockmart11
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0006825Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,195,798.89$0.00SR 13/BUFORD HWY FROM N OF DEKALB CO LINE TO SUGARLOAF PKWYThe proposed project along Buford Highway in Gwinnett County will upgrade signal equipment and install fiber optic interconnect to allow for Intelligent Transporation Systems (ITS). Installation of ITS on Buford Highway from Global Forum Boulevard to Sugarloaf Pkwy for a total of 11 miles. ITS equipment will allow for better management of signal timing and response to traffic delays.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.1.2$904,643.72$904,643.72$904,643.72Traffic Management Engineering - HOV. Invest in transportation. Duluth7
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0007130Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$4,539,202.25$4,539,202.25SR 154/MEMORIAL DR FROM CANDLER RD TO MOUNTAIN DRThis project is a transportation enhancement in Dekalb County. The project will construct streetscape designs and intersection improvements along SR 154/Memorial Drive from SR 155/Candler Road to Mountain Drive for a total of 3.40 miles. Sidewalk improvements will include upgrading existing sidewalks to meet ADA requirements. Construction will include new 6' sidwalks, with a 2' colored stamp concrete amenity strip on both sides where no existing sidewalks are present. More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.11.9$3,599,538.87$3,611,714.49$3,611,714.49Facilities for Pedestrians and Bicycles. Invest in transportation. Decatur4
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0008113Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$591,411.23$0.00BAINBRIDGE DOWNTOWN STREETSCAPE - PHASE IIThis project provides streetscape improvements in downtown Bainbridge in Decatur County. The Bainbridge Central Business District is well defined on the north by Calhoun Street and on the south by Shotwell Street. The main street through Downtown Bainbridge is Broad Street. Another well-defined entry point to downtown is West Street, which runs parallel to Broad Street and intersects with Calhoun Street on the north and Shotwell Street on the south. Phase II of the Downtown Bainbridge Streetscape incorporates the primary routes of West, Broad, Broughton, Troupe and Water Streets. Phase II of the Downtown Streetscape plan includes sidewalk construction, lighting fixtures and landscaping.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in landscaping and construction.0$591,411.23$591,411.23$591,411.23Landscaping and Other Scenic Beautification. Invest in transportation. Bainbridge2
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0009344Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$9,328,483.55$9,328,483.55SR 8/US 29 AT PLEASANT HILL/LESTER ROADSThis project is an intersection improvement in Gwinnett County. The purpose of this project is to improve the operating characteristics of the intersection of SR 8 (Lawrenceville Highway) and Pleasant Hill Road/Lester Road in Gwinnett County, just north of Lilburn. The project will begin approximately 0.43 miles west of Pleasant Hill Road on SR 8 and extend to the off ramps of Ronald Reagan Parkway, about 0.54 miles east of Pleasant Hill Road. Pleasant Hill Road north of SR 8 and Lester Road south of SR 8 will also require some reconstruction as part of the project. The work will place a median on SR 8 in place of the current two-way left turn lane and increase the number of left turn lanes at the intersection. The construction of a new Walmart facility in the project limits will add one new signal at its primary entrance and a new signal will be added at Berkmar School Road at Pleasant Hill Road. More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.16.39$6,415,990.92$6,736,979.81$6,736,979.814R Reconstruction, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Lawrenceville7
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0009354Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,170,283.80$8,810.70SR 138 AT 12 LOCS - UPGRADE TRAFFIC SIGNALSThis project will upgrade existing traffic signal equipment and pedestrian facilities for S.R. 138 at various intersections in Clayton and Henry Counties. The intersections are as follows: 1) SR 138 @ Spivey Rd 2) SR 138 @ Mt. Zion Pkwy/Speer Rd 3) SR 138 @ I-75 SB Ramp 4) SR 138 @ I-75 NB Ramp 5) SR 138 @ Mt Zion Rd 6) SR 138 @ Hannover Pkwy 7) SR 138 @ I-675 NB Ramp 8) SR 138 @ I-675 SB Ramp 9) SR 138 @ Davidson Pkwy 10) SR 138 @ Daniel Dr 11) SR 138 @ Walter Way 12) SR 138 @ SR 42Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.0.02$574.72$189,458.58$189,458.58Safety. Invest in transportation. Stockbridge13
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0009360Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$892,693.87$892,693.87CR 5157; CR 5158 AND CR 5200 AT 8 LOC - UPGRADE TRAFFIC SIGNALSThis project is the upgrade of existing traffic signal equipment and pedestrian facilities at various locations on Briarcliff Road & Shallowford Road in Dekalb County. The intersections are as follows: 1) Briarcliff Road @ Briarlake Road 2) Briarcliff Road @ Oak Grove Road 3) Briarcliff Road @ Shallowford Road 4) Shallowford Road @ Dresden Drive 5) Shallowford Road @ Flair Knoll Drive 6) Shallowford Road @ I-85 NB Frontage Rd/Ramp 7) Shallowford Road @ I-85 SB Frontage Rd/Ramp 8) Shallowford Road @ Shallowford Plaza DrivewayMore than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.0$842,675.61$842,675.61$842,675.61Safety. Invest in transportation. Decatur4
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0009361Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,855,080.70$1,855,080.70UPGRADE TRAFFIC SIGNALS AT 15 CR LOCS IN DEKALB COUNTYThis project will upgrade the existing traffic signal equipment and pedestrian facilities at various locations on Chamblee Dunwoody Road and NorthShallowford Road in DeKalb County. The intersections are as follows: 1) Chamblee-Dunwoody Road @ Dunwoody Road / Old Spring House Lane 2) Chamblee-Dunwoody Road @ Peeler Road / N. Shallowford Road 3) Savoy Drive @ N. Peachtree Road 4) N. Peachtree Road @ Dunwoody Crossing 5) N. Peachtree Road @ Cotillion Drive 6) N. Shallowford Road @ Cotillion Drive 7) N. Shallowford Road @ Peachford Road 8) N. Shallowford Road @ Pernoshal Court 9) N. Shallowford Road @ Dunwoody Park / Lake Ridge Apts 10) Chamblee-Dunwoody Road @ Georgetown Center 11) Chamblee-Dunwoody Road @ I-285 WB 12) Chamblee-Dunwoody Road @ I-285 EB 13) Chamblee-Dunwoody Road @ E. Vancy Creek 14) Savoy Drive @ Shallowford Road 15) Chamblee-Dunwoody Road @ Vermack RoadMore than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.7.89$1,378,261.59$1,382,029.37$1,382,029.37Safety. Invest in transportation. Atlanta6
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0009453Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$20,310,819.69$20,310,819.69S LAGRANGE LP FROM SR 109SE ALONG FLING AND PEGASUS TO SR219-PH IIThis project will construct phase two of the South LaGrange Loop, a new roadway in Troup County. The roadway will be a bypass around the southern portion of the City of LaGrange. The limits extend from its beginning at SR 109 to its end at SR 219. The roadway begins on new location at a proposed intersection with Roanoke Road (SR 109), approximately 1 mile west of its intersection with West Point Road (US 29/SR 14). The project continues south on new location to the existing intersection of West Point Road and Old West Point Road. The project then proceeds south along the Old West Point Road existing alignment for approximately one mile where it turns east onto new location. From there it ties into Phase I of the South LaGrange Loop already under construction, resuming again at the intersection of Wiley and Pegasus Parkway. The alignment then follows Pegasus Parkway alignment until its terminus at the intersection with SR 219. The project's total length is 4.34 miles.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.18.1$8,099,901.66$8,457,944.11$8,457,944.11New Construction Roadway. Invest in transportation. LaGrange3
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0000099Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$663,681.00$0.00WARM SPRINGS RAIL LINE BIKE/PED TRAILThis is an enhancement project in Muscogee County. The project construction consists of the construction of a 10 to 12 foot multi use trail beginning at Columbus State University and extending northeasterly to Cooper Creek Park. The proposed project would be constructed within the existing rail line right of way. The project would incorporate several infrastructure improvements such as restrooms, parking areas, street lighting, benches, trash receptacles, signage, and a park and ride facility.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.01$71,576.18$71,576.18$71,576.18Facilities for Pedestrians and Bicycles. Invest in transportation. Columbus2
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0002734Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,208,746.26$1,208,746.26CR 203/GLISSON ROAD AT WOLFE CREEK 6 MI SOUTH OF METTERThis is a bridge replacement project in Candler County. The project is a bridge replacement on County Road 203/Glisson Road at Wolfe Creek. The existing bridge was constructed in 1955 and is structurally deficient (load limited with a sufficiency rating of 27).More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.35$1,083,998.46$1,075,487.45$1,075,487.45Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Metter12
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0003769Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$849,092.42$0.00CR 85/KIMBALL BRIDGE ROAD AT CR 103/WATERS ROADThis project is an intersection improvement in Fulton County. The project will reconstruct the intersection on County Road 85/Kimball Bridge Road at County Road 103/Waters Road. The construction will include one left turn lane, a through lane and one right turn lane on eastbound Kimball Bridge Road. On westbound Kimball Bridge Road, construction will inlcude a left turn lane and a combined through and right turn lane. On northbound Waters Road, the project will construct one left turn lane, and a combined through and right turn lane. On southbound Waters Road the approach will have one combined left, through and right turn lane. The purpose of this project is to improve the safety and efficiency of traffic movement through the intersection.Not StartedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$0.00$0.00$0.00Alpharetta6
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0004456Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$20,412,160.25$20,412,160.25MCGINNIS FERRY RD EXT FROM L'VILLE-SUWANEE TO SATELLITE BLVDThis is a new roadway construction project in Gwinnett County. This proposed project will connect to the existing intersection of McGinnis Ferry Road and Satellite Boulevard, with only minor improvements to Satellite Boulevard and McGinnis Ferry Road. The roadway will continue east where Burnette Road will be widened to 4-lanes, with a 20-foot raised median and a 16-foot shoulder (5-foot sidewalk) on the south side and a 20-foot shoulder (10-foot wide mixed-use facility) on the same typical section. The bridge over I-85 will be constructed to provide for future additional laneage on I-85 and for a possible future interchange at McGinnis Ferry Extension. The bridge length will accommodate a barrier separated HOV lane with exit, 4 SOV lanes, collector-distributor lanes, and ramps. McGinnis Ferry Extension will connect to Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road east of Old Peachtree Road. Minor improvements will be necessary to provide for turning movements at this intersection.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.28.2$9,725,146.81$10,154,530.49$10,154,530.49New Construction Roadway. Invest in transportation. Lawrenceville7
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0006600Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$97,307.00$0.00MOLENA WALKING TRAIL PROJECT'This project constructs a walking trail in Molena, in Pike County. Construction includes the aesthetic revitalization of a portion of Georgia Highway 109 east of the Georgia Highway 18 intersection. As a part of the project, some of the existing sidewalk and stand-up curb and gutter will need to be demolished. Storm drainage structures, signs, and water meter boxes will need to be temporarily removed and then relocated to facilitate construction. Georgia Highway 109 will be transformed into a new streetscape, which includes 420 square yards of sidewalk with brick pavers, 545 linear feet of 30'' stand up curb and gutter, handicap ramps, tapered driveway entrances, pedestrian cross walks, lighting fixtures, tree planters, and decorative storm drain grates, all of which conform to GDOT specifications. The purpose of the project is to enhance the small community while accommodating pedestrian traffic around some of the local downtown businesses. 'Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$97,307.00$97,307.00$97,307.00Facilities for Pedestrians and Bicycles. Invest in transportation. Molena3
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0006829Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,384,553.27$0.00SUGARLOAF PKWY FROM SR 20 TO PEACHTREE INDUSTRIAL BLVDThis project, in Gwinnett County, includes the design of fiber optic communications cable and closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras along Sugarloaf Parkway from Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in Duluth to SR 20/Grayson Highway in Lawrenceville. The approximate length of this project is 12.3 miles. An underground fiber optic trunk line will be installed along the shoulder of Sugarloaf Parkway from Peachtree Industrial Boulevard to SR 20/Grayson Highway. Network connections to existing and planned (programmed) fiber optic trunk lines will be designed for the following crossing arterials: Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, US 23/SR 13/Buford Highway, Satellite Boulevard, North Brown Road, SR 120/Duluth Highway, Old Norcross Road, US 29/Lawrenceville Highway, and SR 124/Scenic Highway. Fifteen CCTV cameras will be installed, as well as fiber optic drop cables to the cameras and existing traffic signals. The cameras and signals will communicate with the TCC through Ethernet field switches.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.7.52$804,328.15$804,328.15$804,328.15Traffic Management Engineering - HOV. Invest in transportation. Lawrenceville7
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0008119Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$664,629.00$16,210.35SOUTH RIVER TRAIL - PHASE IIIThis project is a transportation enhancement in DeKalb and Rockdale Counties. This project involves clearing, grading, and installing a 10' to 12' wide concrete trail from MLK High School on Snapfinger Road to the Arabia Mountain Trail at Lyons Road. The trail is part of an effort to create a linear park along the South River from Atlanta through Rockdale County. This segment will connect growing south DeKalb neighborhoods to the Arabia Mountain Trail, thereby making the connection to Panola Mountain State Park, the Arabia Mountain Nature Center, downtown Lithonia, and Stonecrest Mall.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.19$467,327.25$467,327.25$467,327.25Facilities for Pedestrians and Bicycles. Invest in transportation. Lithonia4
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0008157Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$438,000.00$7,514.02BUCHANAN TOWN SQUARE STREETSCAPE - PHASE IIThis project is a transportation enhancement in the City of Buchanan in Haralson County. The project will construct sidewalks, curb and gutter, seatwalls, lighting, street furniture and landscaping around the historic Old Haralson County Courthouse. Phase one included improvements on the storefront, or outside, part of the square, whereas the improvements to the courthouse, or inside, part of the square were designed but not implemented. Phase two improvements are intended to complete all streetscape improvements within the Buchanan downtown business district. Pedestrian amenties will include improved sidewalks around the perimeter of the square, surrounding on street parking, seatwalls for informal sitting and definition of the historic courthouse lawn, removal of some on street parking areas to add greenspace and pedestrian areas, new crosswalks and street lighting, and landscaping for the grounds of the historic courthouse and surrounding sidewalks.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in landscaping and construction.0.81$303,123.27$383,918.59$383,918.59Landscaping and Other Scenic Beautification. Invest in transportation. Buchanan11
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0009353Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$884,562.14$884,562.14SR 176/MARS HILL ROAD AT CR 55/MARS HILL CHURCH ROAD - GRTAThe project is an intersection safety improvement in Cobb County. This project will improve the intersection of SR 176/Lost Mountain Highway at County Road 55/Mars Hill Church Road. The construction will consist of alignment changes, adding turn lanes, lengthening existing turn lanes, adding traffic signals, upgrading existing traffic signals and coordination with other traffic signals along SR 176/Lost Mountain Highway. Additionally, the intersections will be upgraded to meet ADA requirements. Sidewalk will be provided behind all new curb and gutter section. More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.2.32$640,652.81$670,526.20$670,526.20Safety. Invest in transportation. Marietta11
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0009416Highway Surface Transportation and Technology Training$171,095.00$0.00ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PROGRAM - ARRAThis On-the-job Training/Supportive Services (OJT/SS) grant provides academic and occupational skills training to low-income women and minorities and places them in the highway construction industry at current wage earnings. The program will recruit 100 low-income women to attend Information Sessions to learn about Goodwill Industries Women In Highway Construction (GWIHC) program training opportunities. The program will provide training in 7 week increments, including: Construction mathematics, Physical conditioning, Hands-on building instruction, Human resources training (finance, problem-solving, community resources), Commercial Drivers License testing preparation and Job Readiness.Not StartedJobs created/retained for professional educators in adult education.0.48$0.00$0.00$0.00Atlanta4
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0001574Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$11,263,039.70$11,263,039.70SR 3/US 41 FROM COBB CO LINE TO SR 293 CONN - MEDIAN TURN LNS'This project is a safety improvement located on SR 3/US 41 in Bartow County. The project begins approximately at the Cobb/Bartow County line and extends north to the SR 293 Connector in Bartow County. The proposed improvement will add turn lanes at twenty-seven intersections and ten median crossovers. Fourteen traffic signals will be installed as part of this project. The left turn lanes will improve safety along the corridor by constructing Type ''B'' median crossovers which will improve sight distance and reduce rear-end/sideswipe collisions by separating the turning vehicles from through traffic. Right turn lanes will be added at selected paved intersections provided that no additional right of way and/or utility relocations are required by the construction. The project length is 15.15 miles.'More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.35.93$6,219,055.73$6,225,036.57$6,225,036.57Safety. Invest in transportation. Cartersville11
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0001794Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$8,115,912.60$8,115,912.60CR 560/ALEXANDER DRIVE FROM WASHINGTON RD TO RIVERWATCH PKWYThis project is a road widening in Richmond County. The project consists of the widening and reconstruction of Alexander Drive from Washington Road (SR 28) to Riverwatch Parkway (SR 104) in the City of Augusta. The existing two lane rural roadway will be widened to four lanes with a 20' raised concrete median, curb and gutter and sidewalks. The total project length is 0.87 miles.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.3.46$2,546,407.09$3,007,892.50$3,007,892.504R Reconstruction, Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Augusta10
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0002841Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$968,761.60$968,761.60CR 223/PORTAL HIGHWAY AT LITTLE STOCKING HEAD CREEKThis project is a bridge replacement in Candler County. The project will replace the bridge on County Road 223/Portal Highway at Little Stocking Head Creek, 5 miles north of Metter. The existing bridge was constructed in 1967 and is structurally deficient (load limited with a sufficency rating of 21).More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.05$908,438.15$908,558.36$908,558.36Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Metter12
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0004633Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$2,862,502.49$136,309.64JONESBORO DOWNTOWN PED STREETSCAPE - PHASE IThis is a transportation enhancement project in Jonesboro in Clayton County. This project includes enhancements to pedestrian safety and improved near term traffic flow. The project will also address aesthetic concerns typically involved with streetscape improvements. Improvements will include, but are not limited to the following: sidewalks, benches, traffic light mast arms, pavement markings, ornamental street and pedestrian lighting, tree plantings and landscaping, curbs, storm drains and inlets, bike racks, waste receptacles, and gateway enhancements at key entry points to the City. The project will provide additional facilities for pedestrians, a safe way for residents to walk from neighborhoods to and through the business district, a safe way for tourists to walk between points of interest, a pedestrian route from planned parking facilities to new rail station, gateway improvements, and a more attractive streetscape for downtown Jonesboro.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.4.43$1,277,175.32$1,691,532.46$1,691,532.46Facilities for Pedestrians and Bicycles. Invest in transportation. Jonesboro13
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1515130009292Forest Highways$101,805.86$101,805.86TALLULAH RIVER ROAD - PAVEMENT STABILIZATIONThis is a forest highway maintenance project in Rabun County. This project consists of repaving 0.909 miles of Forest Road 70/Tallulah River Road from National Forest Service Road/Tate City Road to Coleman River Gridge. The existing roadway is deteriorating.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$92,872.04$92,872.04$92,872.044R Resurfacing. Invest in transportation. Clayton10
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0009362Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,984,055.69$1,984,055.69UPGRADE TRAFFIC SIGNALS AT 21 LOCS IN DEKALB COUNTYThis project is the upgrade of existing traffic signal equipment and pedestrian facilities at 21 locations on LaVista Rd, Northlake Pkwy, & Henderson Mill Rd in Dekalb County at the following intersections: 1) LaVista Rd @ Northlake Pkwy 2) Northlake Pkwy @ Northlake Center 3) Northlake Pkwy @ I-285 SB 4) Northlake Pkwy @ Parklake Dr 5) Henderson Mill Rd @ Northlake Pkwy 6) Henderson Mill Rd @ Briarcliff Way 7) Briarcliff Rd @ Briarcliff Way 8) Briarcliff Rd @ Carvey Dr 9) Henderson Mill Rd @ Fielding Dr 10) Briarcliff Rd @ Henderson Mill Rd 11) Henderson Mill Rd @ Briarcliff Rd/Northlake Mall 12) Henderson Mill Rd @ Briarcliff Village 13) LaVista Rd @ Montreal Rd 14) LaVista Rd @ Henderson Mill Rd 15) LaVista Rd @ Briarcliff Rd 16) LaVista Rd @ Ranchwood Dr 17) LaVista Rd @ Parklake Dr 18) Parklake Dr @ Weems Rd 19) LaVista Rd @ I-285 SB 20) LaVista Rd @ I-285 NB 21) Northlake Pkwy @ Cresent Center More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.16.82$1,198,683.55$1,201,720.90$1,201,720.90Safety. Invest in transportation. Atlanta4
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0001364Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$2,831,014.42$2,831,014.42SR 56/NAIL BRIDGE AT OHOOPEE RIVER 2 MILES W OF REIDSVILLEThis project is a bridge replacement on S.R. 56/Nail Bridge @ the Ohoopee River, 2 miles west of Reidsville in Tattnall County. The project length is 0.41 miles.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.2.05$2,710,081.66$2,744,728.41$2,744,728.41Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Reidsville12
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0001575Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$7,015,514.31$7,015,514.31SR 53 MEDIAN TURN LANES FROM EAST ROME BYPASS TO GORDON CO This project is a safety improvement that will construct turn lanes on SR 53 in Floyd County. The project will construct left and right turn lanes at fifteen intersections and four median crossovers on SR 53 beginning at State Route 1 Loop and extending to County Road 52/Autry Road in Floyd County. The signal system at two intersections will be upgraded to comply with the new turn lanes. The left turn lanes will be offset from the through lanes and will allow for improved sight distance and should reduce the number of rear end and sideswipe accidents. In addition, right turn lanes will be constructed at the intersections of paved roads provided that no additional right of way and/or utility relocations are required for their construction. The approximate net project length is 10 miles.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.25.44$4,417,123.05$4,458,910.98$4,458,910.98Safety. Invest in transportation. Rome11
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0002406Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$886,822.43$886,822.43SR 12/US 278 FROM SR 154/MEMORIAL DR TO CR 518/WEST AUSTIN DRThis is a sidewalk construction project in Dekalb County. This project includes construction of sidewalks on both sides of SR 12/US 278/Covington Highway from SR 154/Memorial Drive to County Road 518/W. Austin Drive for a total length of 1.58 miles. The sidewalks will be 5' wide ADA compliant sidewalks with a 2' stamped concrete offset along both sides of Covington Highway. Curb & gutter and drainage improvements will also be constructed as necessary. Traffic will be maintained during construction.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$749,918.31$749,998.47$749,998.47Facilities for Pedestrians and Bicycles. Invest in transportation. Decatur4
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0007131Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$2,716,982.02$2,716,982.02SR 10/MEMORIAL DRIVE FROM WOODCROFT RD TO GOLDSMITH RDThis project is the construction of intersection and pedestrian safety improvements in DeKalb County. This project is on SR 10/Memorial Drive and begins at Woodcroft Road and ends at Goldsmith Road. The construction will include traffic management improvements such as lengthening left turn lanes, adding right turn lanes at select locations, and construction of raised stamped concrete medians. Construction also includes improvements to the pedestrian environment such as sidewalks, landscape design, lighting, benches, and other pedestrian amenities to improve safety for residents and area businesses. More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.13.43$762,624.24$762,624.24$762,624.24Facilities for Pedestrians and Bicycles. Invest in transportation. Stone Mountain4
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0008065Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$801,060.72$38,000.00MILLEDGEVILLE HISTORIC DOWNTOWN STREETSCAPE - PHASE IIThis project is a transportation enhancement in Baldwin County. Phase II of the Milledgeville downtown streetscape proposes to construct new sidewalks, ADA compliant access, new and reconstructed street planters and install landscaping and period lighting along Wayne Street.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in landscaping and construction.7.17$261,663.80$261,663.80$261,663.80Facilities for Pedestrians and Bicycles. Invest in transportation. Milledgeville12
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0008080Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,128,500.00$54,000.00CITY OF WAYNESBORO GREENWAY PROJECT - PHASE IIThis project is a transportation enhancement in Burke County. The project will provide sidewalks and landscaping along State Route 56 from the intersection of Myrick Street along State Route 56 to Barron Street. The proposed project is also the restoration/rehabilitation of a 5,000 square foot historic Ice Plant located at 252 Barron Street, Waynesboro, Georgia. The project includes stabilization of the existing building, providing a new roof, refurbishing structural components, repairing load bearing masonry bricks, providing windows and doors, etc. to completely enclose and stabilize the structure. The Ice Plant will be utilized as a tourist and community welcome center on the Greenway.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.6.06$342,546.30$342,546.30$342,546.30Historic Preservation. Invest in transportation. Waynesboro12
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0008115Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,137,182.60$22,297.70DEEPDENE PARK IN DEKALB COUNTYThis project is a transportation enhancement in Dekalb County. Deepdene Park will be rehabilitated. The Mead at the east end and the West Lawn at the west end of Deepdene Park will have the open, pastoral character of the other five Olmsted parks and will be connected by a promenade traversing the length of the park. The 8' wide hard-surface path in the Promenade is consistently 20 feet from the street, rather than the meandering alignment found in the other parks. The Mead will be landscaped to invite a variety of uses. On the west end, a small oval lawn, one of the pedestrian entrees into Deepdene Park, includes turf grass, trees, path and benches. Further westward outside the park, a sidewalk will be built connecting to an existing sidewalk. Burial of utilities and the installation of street lighting will further enhance this linkage. The small triangular Azalea Park at the East Lake Road intersection also will be landscaped in the Olmstedian tradition.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in landscaping and construction.0.66$22,458.40$23,412.48$23,412.48Landscaping and Other Scenic Beautification. Invest in transportation. Atlanta5
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0008185Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,169,885.82$62,500.00SR 1/VETERANS PKWY FROM CS 2883/10TH ST TO SR 22 SPUR - PH IIThis is a transportation enhancement project in Muscogee County. This project will provide streetscape and beautification along SR 1/Veteran's Parkway in Columbus from 10th Street to SR 22 Spur. The construction work includes sidewalk improvements, planted medians, landscaping, lighting, ADA compliant pedestrian crossing improvements, benches, relocation/consolidation of utility poles.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in landscaping and construction.0.03$341,286.55$341,555.55$341,555.55Landscaping and Other Scenic Beautification. Invest in transportation. Columbus2
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0009312Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,000,077.21$77.21MAJOR THOROUGHFARES POLICY PLAN'This project is a planning study in the Atlanta Metropolitan Area. This study will develop a ''Strategic Regional Thoroughfare Plan'' for counties within the Atlanta MPO area. The planning study will identify an arterial network of regionally significant routes in the Atlanta MPO area and will then identify arterial management guidelines and performance measures. The planning study will be managed by the Atlanta Regional Commission.'More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for professional consultants in transportation planning and design.1.18$213,282.21$233,880.21$233,880.21Planning. Invest in transportation. Atlanta5
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0009347Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$4,001,548.18$0.00DOWNTOWN ATLANTA PEDESTRIAN CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS-GRTAThis is a transportation enhancement project in Atlanta, Fulton County. This project will construct sidewalk improvements, including the replacement and upgrading of existing sidewalks along portions of Marietta Street (from Peachtree Street to Park Avenue) and Centennial Olympic Park Drive (Luckie Street to approximately 500 ft south of Marietta Street). The project length is approximately 4,250' (.80 mile); which consists of Marietta Street 2,900' (.55 mile) and Centennial Olympic Park Drive 1,350' (.25 mile).Not StartedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.53$0.00$0.00$0.00Atlanta5
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0009358Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$766,858.65$766,858.65SR 961; CR 3233 AND CS 3393 AT 8 LOCS - UPGRADE TRAFFIC SIGNALSThis project is the upgrade of existing traffic signal equipment and pedestrian facilities at various locations on SR 961/Old Alabama Road in the City of Roswell, Fulton County. The intersections are as follows: 1) Norcross at Forest St/Frazier St 2) Old Alabama Rd @ Holcomb Woods Pkwy 3) Old Alabama Rd @ Market Blvd 4) Old Alabama Rd @ Old Alabama Connector 5) Old Alabama Rd @ Riverside Rd 6) Old Alabama Rd @ Rouse Lane 7) Old Alabama Rd @ Roxburgh Dr/Pine Bloom 8) Old Alabama Rd @ Wooten RdMore than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.0$734,845.96$735,070.30$735,070.30Safety. Invest in transportation. Roswell6
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0009359Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,134,216.00$1,134,216.00CS 757; CR 5155 AND CR 5156 AT 8 LOC - UPGRADE TRAFFIC SIGNALSThis project is the upgrade of existing traffic signal equipment and pedestrian facilities at various locations in DeKalb County on Chamblee Tucker Road, Clairmont Road, & New Peachtree Road. The intersections are as follows: 1) Chamblee Tucker Rd @ Cumberland Drive 2) Chamblee Tucker Rd @ Shallowford Road 3) Chamblee Tucker Rd @ West Hospital Road 4) Clairmont Road @ Bragg Street 5) Clairmont Road @ Dresden Drive 6) Clairmont Road @ Skyland Road 7) New Peachtree Road @ McElroy Drive 8) New Peachtree Road @ Oakcliff Rd.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.0$1,117,730.68$1,117,730.68$1,117,730.68Safety. Invest in transportation. Chamblee4
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0009366Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,444,243.97$1,444,243.97CR 42/ANTIOCH CHURCH ROAD AT PUDDING CREEK 4 MI NW OF PEARSONThis project is located approximately four miles northwest of Pearson, Georgia in Atkinson County. This project will construct a bridge replacement over Pudding Creek along County Road 42/Antioch Church Road. The existing road consists of two 9' lanes and an existing 22' x 285' concrete bridge. The proposed bridge will be a 32' x 320' concrete design and the new roadway section will be two 12' lanes with an 8' grassed shoulder with open ditches. This project is 2250 ft long (0.43 miles).More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.02$1,443,007.97$1,443,043.16$1,443,043.16Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Pearson1
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0009422Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,084,675.85$1,084,675.85SR 203/STRICKLAND STREET AT CR 309/OLD ALMA ROADThis is an intersection improvement project in Pierce County. This project will realign the intersection of SR 203/Strickland Street and County Road 309/Old Alma Road and with County Road 236 to improve the safety and the functional ability of the intersection.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$663,299.40$742,263.97$742,263.97Safety. Invest in transportation. Blackshear1
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0000310Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,983,740.28$1,983,740.28SR 31/US 221 AT SR 37 AND SR 11/US 129 EAST OF LAKELANDThis is a safety improvment project in Lanier County on SR 11/US 129. The project will realign on new location SR 11/US 129 and SR 31, 122/ US 221 to create two 90 degree intersections with SR 37 to improve safety and turning movements. These intersections will be approximately 1780 feet apart. The proposed typical section consists of two 12 ft travel lanes with left and right turn lanes, 10 ft shoulders, (6.5 ft paved), with open ditches. US 129 will incorporate bike lanes on either side of the roadway. The total length of project is 5576 ft, (1.05 Mi).More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.03$1,865,285.41$1,865,676.11$1,865,676.11Safety. Invest in transportation. Stockton1
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0004393Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,926,137.30$0.00FOURTEENTH STREET FROM WEST PEACHTREE ST TO PIEDMONT AVE-GRTAThis is a transportation enhancement project in Atlanta, Fulton County. This project proposes to improve accessibility, mobility and safety by connecting to a bike and pedestrian system that is planned for the entire midtown area. Upon its completion, the project will result in enhanced pedestrian connectivity between existing and proposed residential, retail, and commercial properties, Piedmont Park, and the future Symphony Hall. Proposed improvements include such pedestrian enhancements as wider sidewalks, bike lanes, planted trees, trash receptacles, and street lighting. In addition, the project includes pedestrian intersection improvements at the 14th Street and Piedmont Road intersection, and Crescent Avenue intersections with 12th, 13th and Juniper Streets. Improved pedestrian crosswalks are also proposed at 14th Street and 14th Place and a mid-block on Crescent Avenue between 12th Street and 13th Street.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.1.61$1,203.26$1,203.26$1,203.26Facilities for Pedestrians and Bicycles. Invest in transportation. Atlanta5
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0006534Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$490,753.00$0.00RESTORATION OF RAILROAD DEPOT - ROOF REPAIRThis project is a transportation enhancement in Clinch County. The historic Homerville Railroad Depot, also known as Station 11, will be restored to its original architectural style to the extent possible. Construction inlcudes roof and other facility repairs. Vinyl siding that has been installed on the west end of the Depot will be removed and the area will remain open-air. Modern HVAC units will be installed to allow for year-round use. New restrooms will be constructed that meet ADA guidelines.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in historic facility rehabilitation.0$490,753.00$490,753.00$490,753.00Rehabilitation and Operation of Historic Sites. Invest in transportation. Homerville1
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0008235Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,236,651.85$0.00SPALDING COUNTY SIGNAL UPGRADE PROGRAM - PHASE IThis project will provide traffic signal upgrades in Spalding County. This project will upgrade traffic signal in the City of Griffin at the 12 locations. The signals on Poplar St. between 6th and 10th; and along Solomon St. between 4th and 13th will be interconnected. The signal locations are as follows: 1) Poplar St. @ 6th St. 2) Poplar St. @ 8th St. 3) Poplar St. @ 9th St. 4) Poplar St. @ 10th St. 5) Solomon St. @ 4th St. 6) Solomon St. @ 5th St. 7) Solomon St. @ 6th St. 8) Solomon St. @ 8th St. 9) Solomon St. @ 10th St. 10) Solomon St. @ 13th St. 11) Broad St. @ 10th St. 12) Broad St. @ 13th St. Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.6.05$747,138.13$747,138.13$747,138.13Safety. Invest in transportation. Griffin3
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0009348Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$427,274.66$20,346.41MIDTOWN ATL SIGNAL AND INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS PH II - GRTAThis project is a safety improvement in Fulton County. The proposed project will provide traffic signals at five key intersections in Midtown Atlanta. This project will provide a safer pedestrian and vehicular environment, improve traffic flow and slow vehicular speeds. The proposed intersections include Spring Street at 12th Street, West Peachtree Street at 12th Street, Piedmont Avenue at 8th Street, Peachtree Street at 6th Street and Juniper Street at 6th Street.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.47$82.88$82.88$82.88Safety. Invest in transportation. Atlanta5
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0009363Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$439,774.72$439,774.72SR 139 AT 4 LOC AND CR 2570 AT 1 LOC - UPGRADE TRAFFIC SIGNALSThis project consists of the upgrade of the traffic signals at 4 locations on SR 139/Mableton Parkway and 1 location on County Road 2570/Old Alabama Road in Cobb County. Pedestrian improvements will be included in the project. The intersections are as follows: 1) Mableton Pkwy @ South Gordon Rd 2) Mableton Pkwy @ Factory Shoals Rd 3) Mableton Pkwy @ Old Powder Springs Rd 4) Mableton Pkwy @ Old Alabama Rd 5) Old Alabama Rd @ Old Powder Springs RdMore than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.0$437,366.68$437,366.68$437,366.68Safety. Invest in transportation. Mableton13
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0009365Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$2,397,388.95$2,397,388.95SR 223 AT EUCHEE CREEK 2.2 MI NW OF GROVETOWNThis project is the replacement of the existing bridge over Euchee Creek on SR 223, 2.2 miles northwest of Grovetown, in Columbia County. The project will widen and correct the structural deficiencies of the existing bridge. The proposed bridge will be 105-ft x 44-ft and will be relocated south of the present location. The existing roadway consist of two 12-ft travel lanes with 5-ft grassed shoulders. The new proposed roadway will consist of two, 12-ft lanes with 10-ft shoulders. The 10-ft rural shoulders will include 4-ft of paved shoulders. Traffic will be maintained on the existing bridge while the proposed bridge is constructed. Once construction is complete, traffic will be shifted to the new alignment and the old bridge will be removed.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.10.42$1,748,929.99$1,867,266.48$1,867,266.48Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Grovetown10
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0009367Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$4,285,509.95$4,285,509.95CR 85/KIMBALL BRIDGE RD AT BIG CREEK 2 MI SE OF ALPHARETTAThis project is a bridge replacement on CR 85/Kimball Bridge Road two miles southeast of Alpharetta in Fulton County. The project is 0.554 miles long, consisting of removal of the existing Big Creek Bridge and replacing it with a higher, and wider bridge. The project will also improve and raise the grade of the bridge approaches from Rock Mill Road to Sheridan Ridge Court. The new bridge will be shifted to the south to accommodate future widening of the corridor. The approved typical section for the project will consist of two 12-ft travel lanes with four-foot bike lanes, and six-foot sidewalks on both sides of the bridge and rural grassed shoulders.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.6.22$1,210,559.12$1,210,559.12$1,210,559.12Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Alpharetta6
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0009419Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,017,617.62$1,017,617.62SR 16/WELLS STREET AT CR 157/BROAD ST AND LUTHER BAILEY ROADThis project is an intersection improvement in Coweta County. The project will realign the intersection of SR 16/Wells Street at County Road 157/Broad Street & Luther Bailey Road. The project will construct eastbound and westbound left-turn lanes off of SR 16/Wells Street. The project will also construct left-turn lanes as well as a northbound right-turn lane on County Road 157 (Broad St./Luther Bailey Road) . A stop and go traffic signal will also be installed as part of the construction.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.1.12$948,245.69$967,395.87$967,395.87Safety. Invest in transportation. Senoia3
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0000842Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$820,632.70$820,632.70SR 162/SALEM ROAD AT CR 33/SPRING ROADThis project is an intersection improvement project in Newton County. This project will widen SR 162/Salem Road 6 ft. symmetrically to provide a north bound left turn lane. In addition, County Road 33/Spring Road will be relocated 80' north and reconstructed to provide one lane west bound and left and right turn lanes east bound.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.25$720,614.85$720,818.97$720,818.97Safety. Invest in transportation. Covington8
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0001369Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,206,753.14$1,206,753.14CR 76/OLD GA 39 AT DRAG NASTY CREEK 9 MI N OF FORT GAINESThis project will replace the structurally deficient bridge in Clay County on County Road 76 over Drag Nasty Creek with a new 180' x 28' reinforced concrete bridge. The existing approaches consist of two 9 ft travel lanes, 5ft grass shoulders with open ditches. The proposed approaches consist of two 12 ft lanes, 5 ft shoulders with open ditches. This project is located approximately 9 miles north of Fort Gaines and will be 1700 ft, (0.32 Mi), in length.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.41$1,194,905.23$1,197,336.94$1,197,336.94Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Fort Gaines2
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0001558Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$4,775,607.92$4,775,607.92SR 520 FROM W OF BRANTLEY CO LINE TO CR 21/EMANUEL CHURCH RDThis project is the construction of safety turn lanes on SR 520 in Brantley and Glynn Counties. The project begins just west of the Brantley/Glynn County Line at its intersection with County Road 580 and extends to County Road 21/Emanuel Church Road. The total project length is approximately 11.3 miles, beginning at milepost 26.8 in Brantley County and extending south east to milepost 11.4 in Glynn County. The purpose of this project is to replace the existing Type A Median Cross Overs with Type B Median Cross Overs. Right turn lanes will also be constructed or extended to meet speed design deceleration lengths.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.3.32$2,541,786.57$3,642,594.33$3,642,594.33Safety. Invest in transportation. Brunswick1
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0006597Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,258,958.54$335,629.22VETERANS PARKWAY STREETSCAPE IMPROVEMENTSThis project is a transportation enhancement in Columbus, Muscogee County. This project consists of streetscape improvements on Veterans Pkwy SR 1/US 27 beginning at 8th Street and extending northerly to 13th Street. The total length of the project is .65 miles. Improvements include improved pedestrian facilities, streetscaping and street and pedestrian lighting. Overhead utility poles would be relocated and transmission lines consolidated.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.06$315,276.76$315,799.83$315,799.83Facilities for Pedestrians and Bicycles. Invest in transportation. Fort Benning2
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0008236Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$326,933.55$0.00SPALDING COUNTY SIGNAL UPGRADE PROGRAM - PHASE IIThis project will provide traffic signal upgrades in Spalding County. This project will upgrade traffic signals at the following intersections: 1) College St. @ 6th St. 2) Hill St. @ Chappell St. 3) Chappell St. @ 9th St. 4) Quilly St. @ 9th St. 5) W. Ellis @ N. Pine Hill.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.1.92$65,447.97$65,447.97$65,447.97Safety. Invest in transportation. Griffin3
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0009350Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,242,339.86$1,242,339.86SR 176/LOST MTN AT CR 809/CORNER ROAD - GRTAThe project is an intersection safety improvement in Cobb County. This project will improve the intersection of SR 176/Lost Mountain Highway at County Road 809/Corner Road. The construction will consist of alignment changes, adding turn lanes, lengthening existing turn lanes, adding traffic signals, upgrading existing traffic signals and coordination with other traffic signals along SR 176/Lost Mountain Highway. Additionally, the intersections will be upgraded to meet ADA requirements. Sidewalks will be constructed behind all new curb and gutter section.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.7.05$794,216.86$1,012,574.04$1,012,574.04Safety. Invest in transportation. Powder Springs11
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0000683Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,482,416.00$1,482,416.00CR 134/COUNTY LINE ROAD AT POLECAT CREEK AT MURRAY CO LINEThis project is a bridge replacement project is Gordon and Murray counties. The bridge is located on County Road 134/County Line Road over Polecat Creek on the Gordon and Murray county line. Also, there will be three overflow box culverts constructed to prevent flooding. This project is located about a mile north of SR 225.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.2.01$1,377,622.11$1,384,717.85$1,384,717.85Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Resaca9
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0006810Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$782,993.05$0.003CR 5190/SOUTH AND NORTH HAIRSTON ROAD AT 7 LOCSThis project provides intersection improvements at 7 locations in Dekalb County. The project consists of the South and North Hairston Road corridors from Kenilworth Drive to Mainstreet Park Drive. The total project length is approximately 1.5 miles. The project encompasses signal upgrades and pedestrian improvements at the following signalized intersections along the corridor: 1.) North Hairston Road and Kenilworth Drive, 2.) North Hairston Road and Keighley Drive, 3.) Hairston Road and Rockbridge Road, 4.) South Hairston Road and Fairforest Drive, 5.) South Hairston Road and Martins Crossing Road, 6.) South Hairston Road and Elam Road, 7.) South Hairston Road and Mainstreet Park Drive.Not StartedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.1.38$0.00$165,994.53$165,994.53Safety. Invest in transportation. Pine Lake4
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0008126Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$337,500.00$12,500.00CS 508/LEE ST FROM CS 568/WILLIAMSBURG WAY TO SR 54The project will provide pedestrian improvements within the City of Fayetteville in Fayette County along Lee Street. This will include construction of a 5 foot sidewalk with a 2 foot grass buffer and curb and gutter. The total length is 3500 linear feet.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$325,000.00$325,000.00$325,000.00Facilities for Pedestrians and Bicycles. Invest in transportation. Fayetteville3
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0008188Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$625,000.00$0.00DALLAS TRAILHEAD IN PAULDING COUNTYThe project will provide a trailhead facility adjacent to downtown Dallas in Paulding County, on an approximate 1 acre site at the intersection of South Main Street and Hardee Street. The trailhead will serve as the downtown Dallas terminus for the existing connection to the Silver Comet Trail. Improvements for the trailhead include sidewalks and/or minimum 8 foot wide trails, lighting, benches, trash receptacles, potable (drinking) water, drainage improvements, landscaping, trees, signage, parking, handicap access improvements, improved crosswalks, and bicycle parking racks. M/W/H restrooms will also be constructed.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.1.6$503,777.64$503,777.64$503,777.64Facilities for Pedestrians and Bicycles. Invest in transportation. Dallas11
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0008198Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$66,997.38$5,500.00ELLAVILLE SIDEWALK PROJECT IN SCHLEY COUNTYThis project is a transportation enhancement in Schley County. The project will construct sidewalks on three locations in Ellaville: 1) east side of Hill Street between West Buena Vista Street and County Road 133 2) south side of West Buena Vista Street from Hill Street to the existing sidewalk 3) north side of County Road 133 from existing sidewalk to Hill Street.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$62,344.54$62,344.54$62,344.54Facilities for Pedestrians and Bicycles. Invest in transportation. Ellaville2
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0009345Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$6,285,053.80$6,285,053.80SR 8/US 29 AT SR 378/BEAVER RUIN ROADThe project is an intersection improvement in Gwinnett County. This project will improve the operation characteristics of the intersection of SR 8 (Lawrenceville Highway) and Beaver Ruin Road/Arcado Road in Gwinnett County, within the city limits of Lilburn. The project will begin approximately 0.44 miles west of Beaver Ruin Road on SR 8 and extend about 0.29 miles east of Beaver Ruin Road. Beaver Ruin Road north of SR 8 and Lester Road south of SR 8 will also require some reconstruction as part of the project. The work will include placing a median on SR 8 in place of the current two-way left turn lane and increasing the number of left turn lanes at the intersection. SR 8 currently has 4 lanes; two in each direction and a center turn lane. The road will remain four lanes. The signals at Postal Way, Beaver Ruin Road/ Arcado Road and the Kroger Entrance will be upgraded as part of the project. More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.49.37$4,259,880.22$4,262,765.89$4,262,765.894R Reconstruction, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Lilburn7
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0009351Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$12,285,042.19$12,285,042.19SR 20/LOGANVILLE HIGHWAY FROM OZORA ROAD TO BRAND ROAD - GRTAThis project is a road widening construction project in Gwinnett County. The project will widen and reconstruct the existing two lanes of SR 20 to accommodate 4 lanes beginning approximately 800 feet southeast of the Ozora Road/Cooper Road/SR 20 intersection and will end at the Brand Road intersection. This proposed urban roadway consists of two 12-foot travel lanes in each direction separated by a 24-foot raised median, with a 16-foot shoulder on each side containing curb and gutter and a 5-foot sidewalk. The length of the proposed project is approximately 2.65 miles and the design speed for the proposed improvement is 45 miles per hour. Traffic signals will be installed at Oak Grove Road, Hope Hollow Road, Hoke O'Kelly Mill Road and Brand Road.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.22.3$2,495,183.24$2,988,498.61$2,988,498.614R Reconstruction, Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Loganville7
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0009352Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$956,562.38$956,562.38SR 176/MARS HILL ROAD AT CR 784/HADAWAY ROAD - GRTAThe project is an intersection safety improvement in Cobb County. This project will improve the intersection of SR 176/Lost Mountain Highway at County Road 784/Hadaway Road. The construction will consist of alignment changes, adding turn lanes, lengthening existing turn lanes, adding traffic signals, upgrading existing traffic signals and coordination with other traffic signals along SR 176/Lost Mountain Highway. Additionally, the intersections will be upgraded to meet ADA requirements. Sidewalk will be provided behind all new curb and gutter section.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.2.21$827,484.67$840,077.46$840,077.46Safety. Invest in transportation. Acworth11
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0009355Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$159,969.21$159,969.21SR 314 AT 3 LOCS - UPGRADE TRAFFIC SIGNALSThis project will upgrade existing traffic signal equipment and pedestrian facilities for S.R. 314 and S.R. 54 at various intersections in Fayette County. The intersections are as follows: 1) SR 314 @ BANKS RD/WHITE RD 2) SR 314 @ KENWOOD RD 3) SR 314 @ SR 279/EVANDER HOLYFIELD HWYMore than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.0$159,326.09$159,326.09$159,326.09Safety. Invest in transportation. Fayetteville3
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0009421Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,345,914.20$1,345,914.20SR 135/US 221 AT TIGER CREEK APP 6 MI NE OF DOUGLASThis project will replace the structurally deficient bridge on SR 135/US 221 over Tiger Creek in Coffee County. The existing 108 X 24' bridge was constructed in 1947 and will be replaced with a new 180' X 44' reinforced concrete bridge. The existing approaches consist of two12' travel lanes, grassed shoulders and open ditches. The proposed approaches will consist of two12' travel lanes, 10' shoulders (6.5' paved), and open ditches. The project is located in Coffee County approximately 6 miles northeast of Douglas, Georgia. The proposed project will be 1,400.00 feet (0.27 miles), in length.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.1.38$1,178,415.95$1,180,993.44$1,180,993.44Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Douglas1
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0009598Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$2,883,272.29$2,883,272.29SR 15 AT CR 347/MATTHEWS ROAD IN TENNILLEThis project is an intersection improvement in Washington County. This project consists of intersection improvements on State Route 15 at Matthews Road in the City of Tennille. The project begins at Milepost 12.33 and ends at Milepost 12.92. The typical section consists of two 12' travel lanes in each direction with a 14' flush median. Auxiliary lanes/turn lanes will be constructed at traffic generators. Traffic will be maintained on the existing alignment during construction.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.5.52$804,603.63$877,071.37$877,071.37Safety. Invest in transportation. Tennille12
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0011061Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$2,215,295.17$2,215,295.17SR 7/US 41 AT GIDDENS MILL CREEK IN NORTH ADELThis project is a bridge replacement in Cook County. This project will replace the structurally deficient bridge on SR 7/US 41 over Giddens Mill Creek with a new reinforced concrete bridge. The existing 72' X 24' bridge is located in north Adel in Cook County and was constructed in 1938 and will be replaced with a new 130' X 44' reinforced concrete bridge. The existing approaches consist of two 13' travel lanes with 6' graded shoulders and open ditches on 100' of right-of-way. The proposed approaches will consist of two 12' travel lanes with 10' shoulders (2' paved), and open ditches. The project is located in Cook County at the northern limits of Adel in the 9th Land District, Land Lot No. 315 and GA. Militia District 1145. The proposed project will be 1,650.00 feet (0.31 miles), in length.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.35$1,529,218.39$1,529,887.11$1,529,887.11Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Adel1
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0057017Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,486,367.96$1,486,367.96CR 107/HOWELL BRIDGE RD AT SHARP MTN CREEK SW OF BALL GROUNDThis is a bridge replacement project in Cherokee County. This project will replace a narrow and structurally deficient bridge on Howell Bridge Road (CR 107) over Sharp Mountain Creek, 2 miles southwest of Ballground, Georgia. The new bridge will be 200 ft long and 38 ft wide. The roadway will be 12 ft lanes with 6 ft shoulders. The bridge sufficiency rating is 16.0. The total project length is 696.96 ft (0.132 miles) including bridge and approaches.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.1.16$1,422,282.66$1,422,282.66$1,422,282.66Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Ballground6
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00SW004Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,258,115.94$24,668.94HOLCOMB BR RD FROM OLD HOLCOMBE BR RD TO E OF SR 400(INCL BRS)This project will construct sidewalks on Holcomb Bridge Road in Fulton County. The construction proposes to add 5' sidewalks 2' behind the back of the existing curb on both sides of Holcomb Bridge Road between Old Holcomb Bridge Road and the southbound ramps of SR 400 for a total of 0.49 miles. At the Holcomb Bridge Road bridge over Big Creek, the sidewalks will continue onto the existing bridge, but will be 6' wide across the bridge. The median between east and west lanes will be narrowed, and the width of all lanes crossing the bridge will also be narrowed. ADA approved wheelchair ramps will be installed at all intersections and driveways.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.01$824,001.81$824,001.81$824,001.81Facilities for Pedestrians and Bicycles. Invest in transportation. Roswell6
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0071028Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,235,527.02$1,235,527.02CR 186/HAGIN STILL ROAD AT OCHLOCKONEE RIVER SE OF DOERUNThis project will replace the structurally deficient bridge on CR 186/Hagin Still Road over the Ochlockonee River in Colquitt County. The bridge is located southeast of the city of Doerun. The 140'x19' timber bridge will be replaced with a 180'x28' reinforced concrete bridge and a triple plus single 6'x4' concrete box culvert. The existing roadway consist of two 11' dirt lanes with 2' graded shoulders and 40' of right-of-way. The proposed roadway would consist of two 12' travel lanes, 8' grass shoulder and 2' flat bottom ditches. The total length of the proposed project is approximately 0.11 miles. The Structural Evaluation Rating for the bridge is 2 and the Sufficiency Rating is 35.8.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$1,191,580.58$1,226,013.88$1,226,013.88Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Moultrie8
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0051034Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,401,078.13$1,401,078.13SR 18/SR 109 AND SR 74 INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTThis project is a safety intersection improvement in Pike County. The purpose of this project is to improve the safety and operation by realigning the intersection of SR 18/SR 109 and SR 74. Currently, SR 18/SR 109 intersects SR 74 at a skewed Y-shaped intersection. The project will realign SR 18/SR 109 to create a 90 degree intersection with SR 74. The project improvements will be on new location and provide continuous east and westbound movement from SR 18/SR 109 to SR 74. The existing typical section has two 12' lanes with 6' shoulders (2' Paved). The typical section will have two 12' lanes; 12' left & right turn lanes; 10' shoulder with 6.5' paved bike shoulders.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.09$1,275,017.27$1,275,017.27$1,275,017.27Safety. Invest in transportation. Molena3
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0133005Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$7,651,900.03$7,651,900.03SR 234/GILLIONVILLE RD FROM EIGHT MILE RD TO LOCKETT STATIONThis project is a roadway widening in Dougherty County. This project widens and reconstructs SR 234/Gillionville Road from Eight Mile Road to Lockett Station Road. The existing two lane roadway will be widened to four lanes, with bike lanes and a 5 foot sidewalk in each direction divided by a 14 foot flush median. The project need is due to residential and commercial growth in the area.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.12.31$4,577,055.58$4,584,435.27$4,584,435.274R Reconstruction, Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Albany2
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3-13-SBGP-002-2009FAA Airport Improvement Program Grant for Non-primary development projects in the State Block Grant Program. This grant provides 100% federal funding for five general aviation airport construction projects in Georgia.$9,984,000.00$0.00Federal Aviation Administration-Grants-in-aid for Airports, Recovery ActThis grant provides 100% federal funding for five general aviation airport construction projects in Georgia. All projects received notice to proceed with construction in June 2009. All projects were completed prior to this quarter. The Brunswick-St. Simons project is technically complete, however final payment will not be made until a stand of permanent grass is established, most likely in the March /April 2011 time frame. Adel-Cook County Airport: Construct Parallel Taxiway for $656,000 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE Alma-Bacon County Airport: Construct Parallel Taxiway for $734,000 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE Brunswick-McKinnon-St. Simons Airport: Rehabilitation of Terminal Area Apron for $5,864,000 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE McRae-Telfair-Wheeler County Airport: Rehabilitate Runway 3/21 for $890,000 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE Peachtree City-Falcon Field Airport: Construct Area 'C' Aircraft Parking Apron-Phase II for $2,000,000 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETEMore than 50% CompletedThis grant created/retained skilled jobs in the heavy construction field. The number of FTE jobs reflects those employees working directly on the construction projects, and does not reflect the additional impacts this construction work has on the indirect jobs in the supply chain for heavy construction materials. 0$9,771,632.00$9,771,631.44$9,771,631.44To invest in transportation, environmental protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long-term economic benefits.Atlanta5
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0540019Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$33,387,811.03$33,387,811.03FALL LINE FWY/NORTH GORDON BYPASS FROM SR 57 TO SR 243 AT LAKEThis project is the construction of the North Gordon Bypass, a new roadway, from SR 57 at the Twiggs/Wilkinson County Line to SR 243 at Lake Tchucoloako. The total length of project is 7.2 miles. The project will provide two 12-foot lanes in each direction separated by a 44-foot depressed median. The project also includes a bridge over Little Commissioner Creek and Central of Georgia Railroad. This project completes a portion of the Fall Line Freeway, an Economic Development Highway from Augusta to Columbus, Georgia.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.52.76$7,603,214.33$7,618,244.13$7,618,244.13New Construction Roadway. Invest in transportation. Gordon8
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0852176Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$2,164,670.45$2,164,670.45I-85 FROM PLEASANT HILL RD TO OLD PEACHTREE RD-ATMS COMM/SURVEThis project is the construction of an Advanced Traffic Management System along Interstate 85 in Gwinnett County. The proposed project involves the installation of fiber optic cable and High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) conduit on I-85 from Pleasant Hill Road (HUB D) to Old Peachtree Road. The cable and conduit will be utilized to communicate with ATMS devices (CCTV and VDS Cameras) that will also be installed by this project. The purpose of this project is to provide for improved traffic management and congestion relief along I-85.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.1.32$2,139,209.33$2,139,447.27$2,139,447.27Traffic Management Engineering - HOV. Invest in transportation. Lawrenceville7
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0641049Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$4,243,981.55$4,243,981.55SR 25/OCEAN HIGHWAY AT NS RAILROAD 5 MI N OF SAVANNAHThis is a bridge replacement project in Chatham County. This project will replace the US 17/SR 25 bridge over Norfolk Southern Railroad approximately 5.5 miles north of Savannah in Port Wentworth. The new structure will be a 177-ft long with two 12-ft lanes and 6-ft sidewalks. Traffic will be maintained during construction with an off-site detour.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.2.14$1,269,309.87$1,275,800.91$1,275,800.91Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Port Wentworth12
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0998001Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$11,912,476.00$11,912,476.00I-85 AT SR 324/GRAVEL SPRINGS RD 4.5 MI SE OF BUFORDThis project will rehabilitate and improve the safety at the bridge over I-85 and widening of SR 324 approaching the bridge in Gwinett County. This project replaces the two-lane bridge on Gravel Springs Road with a four-lane bridge.Less Than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.20.3$4,297,509.23$5,110,987.69$5,110,987.69Bridge Replacement, Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Buford7
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6751001Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,894,362.88$1,894,362.88I-675 ATMS/COMM/SURVEIL FROM I-75/HENRY TO I-285/DEKALBThis project will install the NaviGAtor system along I-675 from I-75 to I-285 in Clayton, Dekalb and henry Counties. Included in the project will be two changeable message signs, vehicle detection coverage, CCTV cameras, and conduit/fiber optic cable communications system. By use of a fiber optic communications backbone, all the devices will be tied to the Georgia DOT Transportation Management Center (TMC). Operators at the TMC will be able to detect incidents and dispatch the appropriate response teams with minimal delay.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in traffic signal and communication installation.14.42$1,403,285.90$1,406,441.68$1,406,441.68Traffic Management Engineering - HOV. Invest in transportation. Conley13
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9014024Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,394,072.48$1,394,072.48SR 155 AT SHOAL CREEK - REPL CLVT; TRN LN AND REMOVE PED BRThis project is a culvert replacement in Dekalb County. The proposed project will replace the existing box culvert and wooden pedestrian bridge on SR 155/Candler Road at Shoal Creek with a larger concrete box culvert and add turn lanes on SR 155 at the intersections of Midway Road and Driftwood Terrace. Both intersections are approximately 50 feet north and south respectively of the approaches to the Shoal Creek culvert. This project will construct sidewalks on both sides of the road. The addition of the turn lanes is needed because of the limited sight distance on SR 155 approaching the intersections. More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.6.63$522,316.60$522,316.60$522,316.60Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Decatur4
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7532950Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,876,015.68$1,876,015.68CR 815/ANNEEWAKEE RD BRIDGE AT ANNEEWAKEE CREEKThis project is a bridge replacement in Douglas County. The proposed project consists of replacing the existing structurally deficient bridge (48.43 Suff. Rating) along County Road 815/Anneewakee Road over Anneewakee Creek with a new bridge to the south of the existing structure. The proposed roadway will consist of two 12-foot lanes with 4-foot bike lanes, curb & gutter, 2-foot grass strips, and sidewalks on both sides. The length of the project is 0.445 miles.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.14.63$1,555,396.74$1,555,396.74$1,555,396.74Bridge Replacement, No Added Capacity. Invest in transportation. Douglasville13
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GA-86-X001-00Invest in public transportation in rural areas of Georgia by purchasing new vehicles, upgrading rural bus facilities, procuring scheduling software and installing intelligent transportations systems technology on vehicles.$25,649,675.00$21,445,832.00Georgia Statewide Rural Transit Grant: 182 vehicles, ITS, facilities, softwareThis quarter sub-recipients continued to make capital purchases and several bus contract purchases were made as well. This quarter 14 vehicles purchased with this grant were delivered in the following areas: 1 vehicle each for Richmond, Columbia and Greene Counties, 2 vehicles each for River Valley Regional Commission, Troup County, and Southwest Georgia Area Regional Commission, and 5 vehicles for the Coastal Regional Commission.Less Than 50% CompletedThis grant funds 80 transit-related capital projects. As a result of these funds, 50.39 FTEs were created and/or sustained this quarter, which would include laborers, project managers and shop foremen, electricians, inspectors, carpenters, process engineers, quality control assembly personnel, manufacturing support, painters, machinists, fabricators, automotive service workers, electrical transit system mechanics, electronic maintenance technicians, and warehouse personnel. 23.89$185,770.00$9,519,583.00$9,496,407.00To invest in transportation, environmental protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long-term economic benefits.Atlanta5
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M003911Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$145,754.78$145,754.78SR 30 FROM SR 21 TO SR 25This project is a maintenance construction project in Chatham County. This project is the milling and resurfacing of SR 30. This section of SR 30 needs resurfacing because the existing pavement is deteriorating. SR 30 was last resurfaced in 1975.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$145,754.78$145,754.78$145,754.784R Resurfacing. Invest in transportation. Port Wentworth12
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M003920Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$721,762.53$721,762.53SR 1BU FROM SR 1 TO SR 1 IN LAFAYETTEThis project is a maintenance construction project in Walker County. This project is the milling and resurfacing of SR 1 Businesss. This section of SR 1 Business needs resurfacing because the existing pavement is deteriorating. SR 1 Business was last resurfaced in 1997.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.01$721,762.53$721,762.53$721,762.534R Resurfacing. Invest in transportation. Lafayette9
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M003967Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$16,297,046.60$16,297,046.60I-575 FROM I-75/COBB TO ETOWAH RIVER/CHEROKEEThis is an Interstate 575 maintenance construction project in Cobb and Cherokee Counties. This project is the milling and resurfacing of I-575/SR 417 from I-75 in Cobb County to the Etowah River in Cherokee County. This section of SR 417 needs resurfacing because the existing pavement is deteriorating. SR 417 was last resurfaced in 1983.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$16,164,332.08$16,164,394.80$16,164,394.804R Resurfacing. Invest in transportation. Canton6
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M003968Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,331,273.29$1,331,273.29SR 137 FROM CS 505/NORTH MCDUFFIE STREET TO TAYLOR COUNTY LINEThis is a maintenance construction project in Marion County. This project is the milling and resurfacing of SR 137 from City Street 505/McDuffie Street to the Taylor County line. This section of SR 137 needs resurfacing because the existing pavement is deteriorating. SR 137 was last resurfaced in 1997.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$1,330,615.64$1,330,615.64$1,330,615.644R Resurfacing. Invest in transportation. Buena Vista2
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M003969Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$2,363,595.66$2,363,595.66SR 7 FROM SR 96/PEACH TO SR 22/US 80/CRAWFORDThis is a maintenance construction project in Crawford and Peach Counties. The project is the milling and resurfacing of SR 7 from SR 96 in Peach County to SR 22/US 80 in Crawford County. This section of SR 7 needs resurfacing because the existing pavement is deteriorating. SR 7 was last resurfaced in 1999.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$2,179,878.11$2,179,878.11$2,179,878.114R Resurfacing. Invest in transportation. Fort Valley2
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M003986Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$413,662.76$413,662.76SR 360 FROM PAULDING COUNTY LINE TO SR 176This project is a maintenance construction project in Cobb County. This project is the resurfacing of SR 360. This section of SR 360 needs resurfacing because the existing pavement is deteriorating. SR 360 was last resurfaced in 1984.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.05$401,516.95$413,662.76$413,662.764R Resurfacing. Invest in transportation. Powder Springs11
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M004003Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,653,201.91$1,653,201.91SR 126 FROM SR 30 TO SR 19This project is a maintenance construction project in Wheeler County. This project is the resurfacing of SR 126. This section of SR 126 needs resurfacing because the existing pavement is deteriorating. SR 126 was last resurfaced in 1998.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$1,645,236.91$1,645,309.80$1,645,309.804R Resurfacing. Invest in transportation. Glenwood1
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M004021Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$761,011.16$761,011.16SR 11BU FROM SR 11 CONN/US 341 TO SR 11 CONN/US 341 IN PERRYThis project is a maintenance construction project in Houston County. This project is the resurfacing of SR 11 Business. This section of SR 11 Business needs resurfacing because the existing pavement is deteriorating. SR 11 Business was last resurfaced in 1994.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0.01$761,011.16$761,011.16$761,011.164R Resurfacing. Invest in transportation. Perry8
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M003914Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$1,104,555.89$1,104,555.89SR 32 FROM W OF CR 317/APPLE TREE LANE TO E OF HURRICANE CREEKThis project is a maintenance construction project in Bacon County. This project is the milling and resurfacing of SR 32. This section of SR 32 needs resurfacing because the existing pavement is deteriorating. SR 32 was last resurfaced in 1998.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$1,088,179.58$1,088,179.59$1,088,179.594R Resurfacing. Invest in transportation. Alma1
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M003916Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants$3,662,131.81$3,662,131.81SR 4/US 1 FROM N OF SR 4 SO TO WARE COUNTY LINEThis is a maintenance construction project in Charlton County. The project is the resurfacing of SR 4/US 1 from north of SR 4 to the Ware County Line. This section of SR 4 needs resurfacing because the existing pavement is deteriorating. SR 4 was last resurfaced in 1998.More than 50% CompletedJobs created/retained for semi-skilled and skilled laborers in heavy transportation construction.0$3,640,627.17$3,640,778.61$3,640,778.614R Resurfacing. Invest in transportation. Folkston1
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