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Year of the Tiger Brings $1.5 Billion in TIGER (Transportation) Grants

TIGER Projects

Crescent Corridor Intermodal Freight Rail Project (TN, AL) — $ 105,000,000

CREATE Program Projects (IL) — $ 100,000,000

National Gateway Freight Rail Corridor (OH, PA, WV, MD) — $ 98,000,000

Moynihan Station, Phase 1 (NY) — $ 83,000,000

Tucson Modern Streetcar (AZ) — $ 63,000,000

Priority Bus Transit in the National Capital Region (DC, VA, MD) — $ 58,838,000

Fitchburg Commuter Rail Extension & Wachusett Station (MA) — $ 55,500,000

Kansas City Transit Corridors & Green Impact Zone Project (MO, KS) — $ 50,000,000

I-244 Multimodal Bridge Replacement (OK) — $ 49,480,000

Doyle Drive Replacement (CA) — $ 46,000,000

New Orleans Streetcar – Union Passenger Terminal/Loyola Loop (LA) — $ 45,000,000

Saint Paul Union Depot Multi-Modal Transit and Transportation Hub (MN) — $ 35,000,000

US-395 North Spokane Corridor – Francis Ave. to Farwell Rd. Southbound (WA) — $ 35,000,000

Sahara Avenue Bus Rapid Transit (NV) — $ 34,400,000

Alameda Corridor East: Colton Crossing (CA) — $ 33,800,000

US-491 Safety Improvements (NM) — $ 31,000,000

Black River Bridge Replacement (MI) — $ 30,000,000

California Green Trade Corridor/Marine Highway Project (CA) — $ 30,000,000

Mercer Corridor Redevelopment (WA) — $ 30,000,000

M1/Woodward Avenue Light Rail Project (MI) — $ 25,000,000

Reconstruction of Pier 29 in Honolulu Harbor (HI) — $24,500,000

Portland’s Innovation Quadrant – SW Moody St. & Streetcar Reconstruction (OR) — $ 23,203,988

Philadelphia Area Pedestrian & Bicycle Network (PA, NJ) — $ 23,000,000

Downtown Dallas Streetcar (TX) — $ 23,000,000

Quonset Wind Energy & Surface Transportation Project (RI) — $ 22,300,000

Normal Multimodal Transportation Center (IL) — $ 22,000,000

Park East Corridor Lift Bridges (WI) — $ 21,500,000

Indianapolis Bicycle & Pedestrian Network (IN) — $ 20,500,000

Otay Mesa Port-of-Entry I-805/SR-905 Interchange (CA) — $ 20,200,000

Revere Transit Facility & Streetscape (MA) — $ 20,000,000

Fast Track New Bedford (MA) — $ 20,000,000

Port of Gulfport Rail Improvements (MS) — $ 20,000,000

Texas State Highway 161 (TX) — $ 20,000,000

Milton-Madison Bridge Replacement (KY, IN) — $ 20,000,000

Kent Central Gateway Multimodal Transit Facility (OH) — $ 20,000,000

Appalachian Regional Short Line Rail Project (KY, WV, TN) — $ 17,551,028

Revitalizing Maine’s Ports (ME) — $ 14,000,000

Lake County Transportation Connectivity Project (MT) — $ 12,000,000

I-85 Corridor Improvement and Yadkin River Crossing (NC) — $ 10,000,000

I-95 Interchange & Access Project (SC) — $ 10,000,000

U.S. 17 Septima Clark Parkway (SC) — $ 10,000,000

Bella Vista Bypass (AR, MO) — $ 10,000,000

Improvements to US-18 (SD) — $ 10,000,000

US-36 Managed Lanes/Bus Rapid Transit (CO) — $ 10,000,000

Ames Intermodal Facility (IA) — $ 8,463,000

The Southwestern Illinois Intermodal Freight Transportation Hub (IL) — $6,000,000

Beartooth Highway Reconstruction Project (WY) — $ 6,000,000

Millwork District Multimodal Improvements (IA) — $ 5,600,000

Auke Bay Loading Facility (AK) — $ 3,640,000

US-93/2nd Street Improvements (MT) — $ 3,500,000

Burlington Waterfront North Project (VT) — $ 3,150,000

The US DOT examined several important topics for determining which projects won the awards.

“Awardees were selected based on their contribution to economic competitiveness of the nation, improving safety and the condition of the existing transportation system, increasing quality of life, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and demonstrating strong collaboration among a broad range of participants, including the private sector.”

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