Berkshire County, Mass., funds by Transportation, Department of
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.
|MASSACHUSETTS, COMMONWEALTH OF||$7,914,429||Highway Planning and Construction Lanesborough - The proposed project consists of improvements to the Route 7/Route 8 Connector Road (formerly Berkshire Mall Drive), from the vicinity of the intersection with Route 7 to the vicinity of the intersection with Route 8. The total project is||Federal Highway Administration||12/01/2009|
|MASSACHUSETTS, COMMONWEALTH OF||$3,670,204||Highway Planning and Construction LENOX- RECONSTRUCTION OF ROUTE 7A (KEMBLE STREET) FROM ROUTE 7 TO ROUTE 183 Reconstruction of State Highway from the Route 7 intersection north for approximately 1.25 miles to the end of the State Highway just south of the intersection with Route 183.||Federal Highway Administration||5/12/2009|
|MASSACHUSETTS, COMMONWEALTH OF||$3,343,280||Highway Planning and Construction The project will reconstruct 5.0 miles of the Skyline Trail (Middlefield Road) Segment I, in the town of Peru.? Work will include pavement reclamation, drainage system improvements and culvert replacements and repair.? The intersections at Fassell Road an||Federal Highway Administration||9/14/2010|
|MASSACHUSETTS, COMMONWEALTH OF||$2,972,254||Highway Planning and Construction NORTH ADAMS- RESURFACING OF VARIOUS FEDERAL-AID ROADWAYS This project proposes to utilize pavement preservation techniques to resurface approximately 11.4 miles of various Federal-Aid eligible roadways (NHS and non-NHS) in North Adams.||Federal Highway Administration||8/31/2009|
|MASSACHUSETTS, COMMONWEALTH OF||$2,801,653||Highway Planning and Construction PITTSFIELD- RESURFACING ON FIRST STREET, BARKER ROAD, HOLMES ROAD & VALENTINE ROAD The proposed project consists of pavement preservation measures to resurface approximately 8.5 miles of roadways curb to curb on First Street, Baker Road, Holmes Road a||Federal Highway Administration||2/01/2010|
|MASSACHUSETTS, COMMONWEALTH OF||$2,406,702||Highway Planning and Construction NEW ASHFORD- RESURFACING & RELATED WORK ON ROUTE 7, FROM MM 41.68 TO MM 45.05 This project proposes to resurface Route 7 with hot-mix asphalt, and would also include repairing/improving the drainage system, resetting guardrail, upgrading guardrail end||Federal Highway Administration||3/20/2009|
|MASSACHUSETTS, COMMONWEALTH OF||$2,199,456||Highway Planning and Construction ADAMS - RESURFACING AND RELATED WORK ON A SECTION OF ROUTE 116 The project will begin at the Adams/Cheshire town boundary (MM 66.3) and will end just north of Commonwealth Avenue (MM 67.8) for a project length of approximately 1.5 miles. MassHighway w||Federal Highway Administration||3/12/2009|
|BERKSHIRE REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY||$1,454,391||Federal Transit_Formula Grants The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA) will invest in public transportation via: The replacement of five (5) transit buses that have reached their useful lives, with smaller, more fuel efficient minibuses which allows for greater flexibility and||Federal Transit Administration||6/11/2009|
|MASSACHUSETTS, COMMONWEALTH OF||$1,265,387||Highway Planning and Construction CHESHIRE- RESURFACING & RELATED WORK ON ROUTE SR 8, FROM LANESBOROUGH T.L. TO MM 51.0 The proposed scope for this project consists of micro-milling Route 8 shoulders and partially into travel lanes, installing a stress absorbing interlayer (SAMI) over||Federal Highway Administration||3/26/2009|
|MASSACHUSETTS, COMMONWEALTH OF||$612,000||Highway Planning and Construction The project will reconstruct a section of Route 183 from the intersection of Route 7A westerly for 2.5 miles to the Lenox-Stockbridge town line. The proposed work includes reclaiming the existing pavement, installing curbing, upgrading drainage, and cons||Federal Highway Administration||6/21/2010|
|BERKSHIRE REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY||$145,439||Federal Transit_Formula Grants The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA) will invest in public transportation via: The replacement of one (1) transit bus that has reached their useful life, with a smaller, more fuel efficient minibus which allows for greater flexibility and route||Federal Transit Administration||5/25/2010|