Grant: $11,299,461 - Federal Transit Administration - Aug. 21, 2009
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Award Description: This American Reinvestment and Recovery Act sponsored grant will invest in public transportation in rural and non-urban areas by purchasing new vehicles for more efficient and effective transit operations and support, upgrade various technological systems, and invest in new administrative and maintenance facilities for transit providers.
Project Description: The overall purposes and expectations of this grant program as they relate to each subrecipeient are 1) to enhance the access of people in nonurbanized areas to health care, shopping, education, employment, public services, and recreation; 2) to assist in the maintenance, development, improvement, and use of public transportation systems in rural and small urban areas; 3) to encourage and facilitate the most efficient use of all Federal funds used to provide passenger transportation in nonurbanized areas through the coordination of programs and services; and 4) to provide for the participation of private transportation providers in nonurbanized transportation to the maximum extent feasible. As of this quarter the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) has been awarded $11,299,461 for the purchase of new vehicles, support equipment, technological upgrades, and the construction of new transit facilities. WisDOT is currently in the process of contracting with rural transit providers and managing the purchases of federally funded goods and services; sub-awards have been made to 32 rural transit providers.
Jobs Summary: For the quarter ending 09/30/2009 there have been no jobs created as no expenditures have been accrued by grant subrecipients. However, the funds will eventually go to create and retain jobs in the fields of transit provision, manufacturing, and construction. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
This award's data was last updated on Aug. 21, 2009. Help expand these official descriptions using the wiki below.
Funds from this award have been disbursed to sub-grantees. Click here to see a list of sub-grantees.
|Watertown, City of (inc)||$203,200||WATERTOWN||WI|
|City of Clintonville||$34,500||CLINTONVILLE||WI|
|City of West Bend||$113,400||WEST BEND||WI|
|BAD RIVER BAND OF LAKE SUPERIOR CHIPPEWA INDIANS (INC)||$202,480||ODANAH||WI|
|City of Rice Lake||$34,500||RICE LAKE||WI|
|County of Kenosha||$248,900||KENOSHA||WI|
|City of Prairie Du Chien||$72,900||PRAIRIE DU CHIEN||WI|
|MENOMINEE INDIAN TRIBE OF WISCONSIN||$4,308,000||KESHENA||WI|
|City of River Falls||$34,500||RIVER FALLS||WI|
|ONEIDA TRIBE OF INDIANS OF WISCONSIN||$372,600||GREEN BAY||WI|
|City of Marshfield||$60,800||MARSHFIELD||WI|
|City of New Richmond||$69,000||NEW RICHMOND||WI|
|Stevens Point, City of (inc)||$1,940,921||STEVENS POINT||WI|
|The City of Edgerton||$34,500||EDGERTON||WI|
|City of Mauston||$34,500||MAUSTON||WI|
|City of Waupaca||$118,000||WAUPACA||WI|
|Village of Plover||$43,900||PLOVER||WI|
|Bay Area Rural Transit||$787,000||ASHLAND||WI|
|County of Grant||$2,500||LANCASTER||WI|
|City of Viroqua||$194,800||VIROQUA||WI|