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Madera County, Calif., funds by Transportation, Department of

Listing $11,003,612.53 in stimulus funds from Transportation, Department of for Madera

Note: For some programs where states do not report where money will be distributed across the state, we do not have the allocation for individual counties. Those programs include: Medicaid, unemployment benefits and food stamps. Those amounts are included in the totals for where the state agency receiving that money is located.

Amount refers to both the amount of stimulus funding going toward the project and the face value of the loan.

Recipient Amount Description Federal Dept./Agency Date
COUNTY OF MADERA $1,868,824 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Federal Highway Administration 9/02/2009
MADERA, CITY OF $1,182,667 Federal Transit_Formula Grants The City will purchase approx. 8 new cutaway buses that meet the Clean Air Act standards and the Americans with Disabilities Act; a mix of bus passenger shelters and amenities (approx. 13), and preventive maintenance (PM) costs for Madera's fixed-route an Federal Transit Administration 7/31/2009
MADERA, CITY OF $1,182,667 Federal Transit_Formula Grants The City will purchase approx. 8 new cutaway buses that meet the Clean Air Act standrads and the Americans with Disabilities Act; a mix of bus passenger shelters and amenities (approx. 13), and preventive maintenance (PM) costs for Madera's fixed-route an Federal Transit Administration 7/31/2009
Gary Brown Electric, Inc. $1,111,077 Hot asphalt concrete pavement rehabilitaion, a concrete retaining wall, guardwall and drainage structures in Yosemite National Park.
This spending item is part of a $8,606,310 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 5/19/2009
MADERA, CITY OF $1,017,000 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Federal Highway Administration 8/10/2009
Gary Brown Electric, Inc. $906,777 The Wawona Road project consists of pulverizing and overlaying 24.4 miles of Wawona Road (Highway 41) through Yosemite National Park. The scope of work includes pulverizing 8 of existing road and overlaying the pulverized materials with 4.5 of asphalt co
This spending item is part of a $6,526,000 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 2/03/2010
Stoney Masonry, Inc. $711,784 Hot asphalt concrete pavement rehabilitaion, a concrete retaining wall, guardwall and drainage structures in Yosemite National Park.
This spending item is part of a $8,606,310 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 5/19/2009
MADERA, CITY OF $580,000 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Federal Highway Administration 1/27/2010
COUNTY OF MADERA $545,679 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Federal Highway Administration 2/01/2010
COUNTY OF MADERA $525,000 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Federal Highway Administration 1/27/2010
COUNTY OF MADERA $399,000 Formula Grants for Other Than Urbanized Areas Transit Capital Assistance
This spending item is part of a $33,963,166 allocation. See details
Federal Transit Administration 7/24/2009
CHOWCHILLA, CITY OF $357,259 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Federal Highway Administration 2/01/2010
MADERA, CITY OF $203,766 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Federal Highway Administration 9/10/2009
MADERA, CITY OF $178,000 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Federal Highway Administration 1/29/2010
COUNTY OF MADERA $109,112 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Federal Highway Administration 2/01/2010
MADERA, CITY OF $66,000 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Federal Highway Administration 2/01/2010
CHOWCHILLA, CITY OF $59,000 Formula Grants for Other Than Urbanized Areas Transit Capital Assistance
This spending item is part of a $33,963,166 allocation. See details
Federal Transit Administration 7/24/2009