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Below are the "shovel-ready" projects for which this city submitted in the 2008 U.S. Conference of Mayors report. You can click on a project to read (and add to) its description. You can also discuss the project and vote on whether you believe it is critical or not.
The total cost of all the projects submitted by Longview is $16,546,384
|Description||City||State||Jobs||Cost||Program Type||Vote Ratio|
|Downtown Railroad Quiet Zones are designed to improved safety at the street/rail crossings and reduce noise levels in the downtown area.||Longview||TX||15||$300,000||Streets/Roads||-40|
|Water Treatment Plant Rehabilitation - this planned project will make improvements to a 30 year old water treatment plant and add a raw water resevoir to improve overall water quality and lower treatment costs and costs to water customers.||Longview||TX||30||$6,800,000||Water||38|
|East Loop 281 Water Line Exenstion to promote source water availability to area of the city currently not served. A 12" in water line is proposed to serve 74 acres of undeveloped land.||Longview||TX||10||$1,575,000||Water||-16|
|Interoperable Radio System - construct and install radio system tower and equipment to provide interoperable digital communication system for police department and other public safety agencies.||Longview||TX||5||$6,900,000||Public Safety||1|
|Personal protective equipment and radio equipment for SWAT team providing regional law enforcement support.||Longview||TX||0||$65,384||Public Safety||4|
|Electronic Fare Collection System - System will allow transit customers to utilize a debit/credit system to provide a more accountable fare collection system. This will limit future fare increases by maximizing collection at current rates.||Longview||TX||0||$500,000||Transit||-36|
|Transit Bus Replacement Program - Currently plan to purchase three new buses to replace portion of aging fleet to insure reliable service.||Longview||TX||0||$386,000||Transit||-21|
|Bus Wash Facility - facility to properly care for buses and equipment.||Longview||TX||2||$20,000||Transit||-35|