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Details of DC’s TIGER win

By now most readers are probably aware that the DC region was awarded a TIGER grant today by the federal government. We got $58.8 million out of an original package that included over $200 million in requests. That sounds like a disapointment, but actually it’s a huge win for the region. Competition was extremely tight, and we got more than most.

The table below lists how much we requested and how much we actually got for each of the component projects. Click a project name or scroll below the table for a brief description of each of the winning projects.

More information is available via:

DC Area Regional TIGER Request:

Project Location TIGER request TIGER grant
Bus Priority Package (by corridor)
K Street Transitway District $76.4m $0
16th Street District $1.3m $1.3m
Georgia Avenue District $4.1m $4.1m
H Street District $0.4m $0.4m
Wisconsin Ave District $0.7m $0.7m
Addison Road Prince George’s $0.2m $0.2m
University Blvd Montgomery, Prince George’s $1.3m $1.3m
US Rt 1 Prince George’s $0.9m $0.9m
Veirs Mill Rd Montgomery $0.3m $0.3m
Potomac Yard Transitway Alexandria $8.5m $8.5m
Leesburg Pike Fairfax, Alexandria, Falls Church $1.3m $1.3m
Van Dorn-Pentagon Alexandria, Arlington $0.7m $0.7m
Roosevelt Bridge to K Street District $1.8m $1.8m
14th St Bridge to K Street District $5.2m $5.2m
I-66 Fairfax, Prince William $18.5m $0
I-95/395 Fairfax, Alexandria, Prince William $19.3m $19.3m
Bike-Sharing Package
Bike-sharing Region-wide $13.4m $0
Transit Center Package
Takoma/Langley Prince George’s $12.3m $12.3m
Rosslyn Metro Station Arlington $15.0m $0
Medical Center Metro Station Montgomery $20.0m $0

Information About Winning Projects:
Descriptions from TPB report.

February 17th, 2010 | Permalink | {num}Comments
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