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Woodbury County, Iowa, funds by Transportation, Department of

Listing $11,858,174.33 in stimulus funds from Transportation, Department of for Woodbury

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
SIOUX GATEWAY AIRPORT/COL. BUD DAY FIELD $3,965,686 Airport Improvement Program Airport Terminal Development Federal Aviation Administration 7/27/2009
SIOUX CITY, CITY OF $3,965,686 Airport Improvement Program The award supports the renovation of the Main Passenger Terminal that includes upgrades in the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, electrical distribution and lighting systems. The project updated flooring, walls, and ceilings in all public spaces Federal Aviation Administration 7/27/2009
SIOUX CITY, CITY OF $792,853 Highway Planning and Construction The City of Sioux City will reconstruct and widen approximately -+ mile of South Martha Street from Stone Avenue to Gordon Drive. The new concrete driving surface will improve ride quality and capacity. Federal Highway Administration 3/18/2009
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $626,319 Highway Planning and Construction This project will mill and place three and a half inches of hot-mix asphalt for 1.6 miles of Correctionville Road from Sioux CityG??s city limits to just past Buchanan Ave. The project will create a smoother road. Federal Highway Administration 3/19/2009
City of Sergeant Bluff $537,483 Highway Planning and Construction The City of Sergeant Bluff will reconstruct approximately 0.3 miles of South Lewis Boulevard from 1st Street to Topaz Drive. The new concrete driving surface will improve ride quality and reduce maintenance costs. Federal Highway Administration 3/18/2009
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $500,000 Highway Planning and Construction This project will mill and place four inches of pavement on county road L-37 for approximately 10.7 miles from near Danbury IA to county road D-38. The project will improve pavement condition and safety. Federal Highway Administration 3/19/2009
SIOUX CITY, CITY OF $495,533 Highway Planning and Construction This project will provide an improved driving surface by applying a hot-mix asphalt overlay on five sections of roadway within the City of Sioux City totaling 12.5 blocks: 3rd Street from Water Street to Nebraska Street 5th Street from one-half block wes Federal Highway Administration 3/24/2009
SIOUX CITY, CITY OF $353,602 Federal Transit_Formula Grants INVEST IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Purchase one(1) Heavy Duty (HD) Low-Floor 35-FT Bus for expansion of fixed route fleet - Fuel is Biodiesel. The useful life cycle for a HD bus is 12 years. The bus will be manufactured by Gillig LLC. Price is $333,602 as Federal Transit Administration 7/17/2009
SIOUX CITY, CITY OF $339,483 Federal Transit_Formula Grants Investment in public transportation: Funding is provided for transit capital improvements for transit agencies in Iowa urbanized areas with population between 50,000 and 200,000
This spending item is part of a $10,689,659 allocation. See details
Federal Transit Administration 6/10/2009
SIOUXLAND REGIONAL TRANSIT SYSTEM $117,305 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
SIOUX CITY, CITY OF $84,251 Federal Transit_Formula Grants INVEST IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Purchase one (1) 31 Ft low-floor Medium Duty (MD) expansion bus. The vehicle will help to expand the spare ratio for the fleet and provide much needed reliable service backup for the aging fleet. These are flex funds thr Federal Transit Administration 9/29/2009
SIOUXLAND REGIONAL TRANSIT SYSTEM $79,973 Formula Grants for Other Than Urbanized Areas To invest in public transit using highway investment funds flexed to public transit on behalf of four of Iowa's rural transit agencies. Purchase nine replacement buses and replacment service vehicle.
This spending item is part of a $455,173 allocation. See details
Federal Transit Administration 6/10/2009
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 five sections of roadway within the City of Sioux City totaling 12.5 blocks: 3rd Street from Water Street to Nebraska Street 5th Street from one-half block wes
This spending item is part of a $495,533 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 3/24/2009
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $0 Highway Planning and Construction The City of Sergeant Bluff will reconstruct approximately 0.3 miles of South Lewis Boulevard from 1st Street to Topaz Drive. The new concrete driving surface will improve ride quality and reduce maintenance costs.
This spending item is part of a $537,483 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 3/18/2009
TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF $0 Highway Planning and Construction The City of Sioux City will reconstruct and widen approximately -+ mile of South Martha Street from Stone Avenue to Gordon Drive. The new concrete driving surface will improve ride quality and capacity.
This spending item is part of a $792,853 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 3/18/2009