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2011 Ports-to-Plains Alliance Report Card
2011 Ports-to-Plains Alliance Report Card
2011 Ports-to-Plains Alliance Report Card
2011 Ports-to-Plains Alliance Report Card
2011 Ports-to-Plains Alliance Report Card
2011 Ports-to-Plains Alliance Report Card
2011 Ports-to-Plains Alliance Report Card
2011 Ports-to-Plains Alliance Report Card
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2011 Ports-to-Plains Alliance Report Card

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The Ports-ta-Plains Alliance focus continues to be the improvement of our …

The Ports-ta-Plains Alliance focus continues to be the improvement of our
infrastructure and economic growth throughout our region. In 2011 we saw
successes on many fronts. We have worked closely with the Texas Department of
Transportation to identify more than $225 million in projects along t he corridor that
can be constructed with Proposition 12 bond funds. The Texas Transportation
Commission approved those funds September of 2011, and we will see construction
on many of these important projects beginning this summer. These dollars are in
addition to the hundreds of millions of dollars in projects currently under
construction throughout the corridor.

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  • 1. 2011 Projects on the Ports-to-Plans Alliance Corridor State Corridor Type Description Total Funding Comments HeartlandColorado Construction SH 71 north of Brush, Realignment, Drainage $2,300,000 COMPLETED Expressway Concrete Reconstruction Project -- The project will improve 8.7 miles of USColorado Ports-to-Plains Construction $12,499,486 ARRA Funding-COMPLETE Highway 40/287 -- Hugo East Phase I Concrete Reconstruction Project -- The project will improve 8.7 miles of USColorado Ports-to-Plains Construction $5,994,719 Highway 40/287 -- Hugo East Phase II Concrete Reconstruction Project -- The project will improve 2.3 miles of USColorado Ports-to-Plains Construction $5,800,000 Highway 40/287 -- Kit Carson HeartlandNebraska Construction Kimball Reliever Route -- 5 miles $21,130,000 COMPLETE Expressway Heartland Environmental Assessment -- U.S. Highway 385 - Junction L62A toNebraska Planning $600,000 Expressway Alliance Heartland U.S. Highway 26 -- New Overpass Spanning Highway and BNSF RailroadNebraska Construction $9,466,000 COMPLETE Expressway at Highway 26 and Highway 71 -- 1.2 miles Heartland Funding Granted to NDOR butNebraska Planning Heartland Expressway Corridor Development and Management Plan $555,750 Expressway awaiting the project startup. US 64 eastbound and westbound from 25.6 miles East of US 64 exit atNew Mexico Ports-to-Plains Construction $21,269,283 mile marker 359 to mile marker 375 -- 16 miles US 64 eastbound and westbound from 2.2 miles West of Capulin at mileNew Mexico Ports-to-Plains Construction marker 375 to 8.1 miles South of Des Moines at mile marker 390 -- 15 $24,130,025 miles Theodore RooseveltNorth Dakota Construction Junction US 85 & McKenzie CO 30 – Turn lanes & pavement $1,300,000 Expressway Theodore Roosevelt U.S. 85 -- Watford City W & N to Alexander – Widening, pavement,North Dakota Construction $17,000,000 Expressway passing/ climbing lanes Theodore Roosevelt U.S. 85 -- Alexander to Junction of US Highway 2 - Widening, pavement,North Dakota Construction $15,840,000 Expressway passing/ climbing
  • 2. 2011 Projects on the Ports-to-Plans Alliance Corridor State Corridor Type Description Total Funding Comments U.S. Highway 287 North Reliever Route at Boise City, OK -- Grade, DrainOklahoma Ports-to-Plains Construction $7,612,875 COMPLETED and Surface -- 2.979 miles U.S. Highway 287 South Reliever Route at Boise City, OK -- Grade, DrainOklahoma Ports-to-Plains Construction $5,574,950 COMPLETED and Surface -- 1.752 miles U.S. Highway 287 -- 6.9 miles north of Boise City, OK extending north 3.1Oklahoma Ports-to-Plains Construction $8,593,308 miles -- Grade, drainage, bridge, and surfacing Heartland U.S. 18 – Oelrichs North – 8.7 Miles – Grading And Structures –South Dakota Construction $7,753,000 Expressway Construction of New Lanes Adjacent to Existing Lanes Enhancement Portion is ARRATexas Ports-to-Plains Construction U.S. Highway 287 Widening at Stratford, TX -- 0.909 miles $7,821,973 Funding-COMPLETED Texas Proposition 14-Texas Ports-to-Plains Construction State Loop 306 -- Bridge Construction -- San Angelo Relief Route $22,441,997 COMPLETEDTexas Ports-to-Plains Construction Del Rio Relief Route $102,659,000 U.S. Highway 287, Widen and Rehabilitate Roadway N. of Stratford, 6.909Texas Ports-to-Plains Construction $11,370,333 Miles Texas Proposition 14-Texas Ports-to-Plains Construction U.S. Highway 287 Bridge over BNSF at Dumas $18,104,006 COMPLETED TOTAL $329,816,706 PLANNING $1,155,750 CONSTRUCTION $328,660,956

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