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Scott County, Iowa, funds by Transportation, Department of

Listing $9,627,913.55 in stimulus funds from Transportation, Department of for Scott

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
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $2,100,000 Highway Planning and Construction Scott County will resurface 5.1 miles of County Road Y-48 with new asphalt between Iowa Highway 22 and County Road F-65 west of the City of Davenport. This project will improve driving quality by providing a more smooth riding surface. Federal Highway Administration 3/30/2009
DAVENPORT, CITY OF $1,451,075 Federal Transit_Formula Grants Invest in public transportation by purchasing four (4) new 35 foot low floor and low emmissions buses. This purchase will repolace buses from 1993 that have over 600,000 miles each. This purchase invests in the City of Davenport's Green initiatives and Federal Transit Administration 8/20/2009
DAVENPORT, CITY OF $1,183,107 Highway Planning and Construction This project consists of a number of different sections on multiple roadways in Davenport Iowa: Jersey Ridge Road Northwest Boulevard Division Street Locust Street and Rockingham Road in three locations. Each section will have the existing surface m Federal Highway Administration 3/26/2009
River Bend Transit $1,130,712 Formula Grants for Other Than Urbanized Areas Supprt of public transportation: Funding is provided for transit capital improvements in non-urbanized areas throughout Iowa
This spending item is part of a $15,156,406 allocation. See details
Federal Transit Administration 3/05/2009
DAVENPORT, CITY OF $800,000 Highway Planning and Construction The City of Davenport will patch the existing pavement at the intersection of Eastern Avenue and 53rd Street and Pine Street from 53rd Street to Northwest Boulevard to improve pavement conditions. The sidewalk ramp at Truman School will also be removed a Federal Highway Administration 3/23/2009
BETTENDORF, CITY OF $696,481 Highway Planning and Construction In Bettendorf Iowa on 23rd Street from Grant Street to Central Avenue. This project will be constructed in three stages to minimize impact on residents in the area. The street will be graded and paved with six inches of concrete. Driveways sidewalks
This spending item is part of a $739,272 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 3/23/2009
BETTENDORF, CITY OF $539,497 Federal Transit_Formula Grants Purchase three medium duty replacement buses equipped with security cameras.These buses will replace buses that have exceeded their recommended useful life and will be used in daily fixed route service. Federal Transit Administration 8/30/2009
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $299,525 Highway Planning and Construction This project will replace a bridge which is in poor condition and narrow with a new bridge. The bridge is on County Road F33/St. AnnG??s Road over Mason Creek approximately 3 miles Northwest of Long Grove. Federal Highway Administration 7/15/2009
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $288,204 Highway Planning and Construction This project will replace a bridge which is in poor condition and narrow with a new bridge. The bridge is on County Road Y48/Maysville Road over Hickory Creek approximately 1.5 miles Southeast of Maysville. Federal Highway Administration 7/20/2009
DAVENPORT, CITY OF $267,843 Highway Planning and Construction This project will consist of constructing a new raised median along US Highway 67 from Iowa Street to Gaines Street and along US Highway 61 from Gaines Street to Marquette Street in the City of Davenport. The project will result in improved operations an Federal Highway Administration 11/13/2009
PRINCETON, CITY OF $249,820 Highway Planning and Construction This project will provide an improved driving surface by applying a hot-mix asphalt overlay on approximately 0.75 miles of Lost Grove Road in the City of Princeton from US Highway 67 west 3960 feet. Federal Highway Administration 12/14/2009
LECLAIRE, CITY OF $214,190 Highway Planning and Construction This project provides preliminary and final design engineering for the Mississippi River Trail (MRT) that will run along U.S. Highway 67 from the Eastern most city limits of Bettendorf to the Northern most city limits of Princeton in Scott County. This 1 Federal Highway Administration 12/08/2009
ELDRIDGE, CITY OF $140,000 Highway Planning and Construction In Scott county the city of Eldridge will improve safety and mobility with hot-mix asphalt widening along 1st Street north of Trails Road and south of Fisher Court for .24 miles. Federal Highway Administration 8/17/2009
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $134,516 Highway Planning and Construction The project is for the replacement of a Reinforced Concrete Box (RCB) Culvert Single Box by Scott County. The existing RCB Culvert had deteriorated and the structure no longer serves the drainage needs and a new RCB is to be built at the same locatio Federal Highway Administration 7/15/2009
ELDRIDGE, CITY OF $90,153 Highway Planning and Construction This project provides for the design and engineering of a multi-use trail that will run along the east side of County Road Y-64 from north of the city limits of Eldridge to south of the city limits of Long Grove in Scott County. This two-mile trail will Federal Highway Administration 12/08/2009
BETTENDORF, CITY OF $42,791 Highway Planning and Construction In Bettendorf Iowa on 23rd Street from Grant Street to Central Avenue. This project will be constructed in three stages to minimize impact on residents in the area. The street will be graded and paved with six inches of concrete. Driveways sidewalks
This spending item is part of a $739,272 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 3/23/2009
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $0 Highway Planning and Construction This project provides preliminary and final design engineering for the Mississippi River Trail (MRT) that will run along U.S. Highway 67 from the Eastern most city limits of Bettendorf to the Northern most city limits of Princeton in Scott County. This 1
This spending item is part of a $214,190 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 12/08/2009
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $0 Highway Planning and Construction In Bettendorf Iowa on 23rd Street from Grant Street to Central Avenue. This project will be constructed in three stages to minimize impact on residents in the area. The street will be graded and paved with six inches of concrete. Driveways sidewalks
This spending item is part of a $739,272 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 3/23/2009
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $0 Highway Planning and Construction This project consists of a number of different sections on multiple roadways in Davenport Iowa: Jersey Ridge Road Northwest Boulevard Division Street Locust Street and Rockingham Road in three locations. Each section will have the existing surface m
This spending item is part of a $1,183,107 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 3/26/2009
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $0 Highway Planning and Construction The City of Davenport will patch the existing pavement at the intersection of Eastern Avenue and 53rd Street and Pine Street from 53rd Street to Northwest Boulevard to improve pavement conditions. The sidewalk ramp at Truman School will also be removed a
This spending item is part of a $800,000 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 3/23/2009
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $0 Highway Planning and Construction This project provides for the design and engineering of a multi-use trail that will run along the east side of County Road Y-64 from north of the city limits of Eldridge to south of the city limits of Long Grove in Scott County. This two-mile trail will
This spending item is part of a $90,153 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 12/08/2009
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $0 Highway Planning and Construction This project will consist of constructing a new raised median along US Highway 67 from Iowa Street to Gaines Street and along US Highway 61 from Gaines Street to Marquette Street in the City of Davenport. The project will result in improved operations an
This spending item is part of a $267,843 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 11/13/2009
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $0 Highway Planning and Construction In Scott county the city of Eldridge will improve safety and mobility with hot-mix asphalt widening along 1st Street north of Trails Road and south of Fisher Court for .24 miles.
This spending item is part of a $140,000 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 8/17/2009
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $0 Highway Planning and Construction This project will provide an improved driving surface by applying a hot-mix asphalt overlay on approximately 0.75 miles of Lost Grove Road in the City of Princeton from US Highway 67 west 3960 feet.
This spending item is part of a $249,820 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 12/14/2009