The following I-69-related projects are proposed to receive federal funds during the 2004 fiscal year. These funds are in addition to funds allocated via the gasoline tax funding formula.
|SIU 3 (Evansville–Indianapolis)||$1,000,000||—||$1,000,000|
|SIU 10 (Robinsonville–Hernando, Miss.): I-69 at SR 304 [sic]/Paving||$2,500,000||$5,500,000||$5,925,000||Greenville I-69 Connector EIS||—||—||$1,000,000|
|SIU 28: I-530 Extension, Ark.||—||—||$750,000|
|Louisiana (segments unspecified)||—||$2,000,000||$2,000,000|
|Texas (all segments)||$7,000,000||$5,800,000||$7,400,000|
Note that the only funding that was actually enacted into law is that in the final (right-hand) column. The other columns are shown for informational purposes only.
House data comes from House Report 108-243; Senate data is from Senate Report 108-146; Conference/Final data from House Report 108-401.
States may also spend money from the federal Minimum Guarantee program on I-69, with a 20% state matching share, if I-69 is designated as part of the National Highway System in that state; those funds are in addition to those authorized above.
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