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Iowa Transportation Commission Approves Iowa's Clean Air Attainment Program Funding

June 11, 2013

Ames, Iowa – June 11, 2013 – Today, the Iowa Transportation Commission approved $4,162,804 in total funding for 12 projects from Iowa's Clean Air Attainment Program. The program was created in 1994 for the purpose of reducing transportation-related congestion and air pollution. This funding is available to cities, counties, state agencies and nonprofit organizations through an annual application-based program. 

The projects, award recipient and approved funding amounts are listed below.

  • Central Corridor Complete Streets and Capacity Improvements
    Marion: $1 million

  • Davenport Traffic Operations Center
    Davenport: $240,000

  • Des Moines B-cycle Program Expansion
    Des Moines and Des Moines Bicycle Coalition: $125,000

  • East Region Public Improvements
    Fort Dodge: $300,000

  • U.S. 6 Traffic Signal Coordination Project
    Coralville: $180,500

  • Kimberly Road Traffic Signal Interconnection and Coordination Project
    Davenport: $199,000

  • Meredith Drive and Northwest Urbandale Drive Intersection Improvements
    Urbandale: $750,000

  • Ozone Outreach Program
    Metropolitan Area Planning Agency: $196,320

  • Route No. 91 Merle Hay Road Express Service Improvements
    Des Moines Area Regional Transit Authority: $198,043

  • Shopping Circulator
    Dubuque doing business as The Jule and East Central Intergovernmental Association: $187,836

  • SmartTransit
    Dubuque Metropolitan Area Transportation Study and Dubuque doing business as The Jule: $614,105

  • Traffic Adaptive Signal Control System – 22nd Street
    West Des Moines: $172,000

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Contact: Craig Markley at 515-239-1027 or craig.markley@dot.iowa.gov

 


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