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FFY 2010 House Approps Subcommittee Earmarks

July 21, 2009

Note: these are tentative, and have not been passed by the full House

Federal Highway Administration - Surface Transportation Priorities

Lakeview Trail, Mountlake Terrace Center to the Interurban Trail; Inslee;
Mill Plain Boulevard/SE 136th Avenue Intersection; Baird; $300,000
Lewis Street Overpass (Pasco); Hastings; $750,000
US 395 North Spokane Corridor; McMorris Rodgers; $400,000
US Highway 12, Phase 7, Burbank to Walla Walla; McMorris Rodgers; $400,000
Downtown Tacoma Streetscapes Improvement Project; Dicks; $800,000
M Street SE Grade Separation Project (Auburn); Reichert; $750,000
70th Avenue East & Valley Avenue East Corridor Project (Fife); Smith; $300,000

Federal Highway Administration - Federal lands (Public Lands Highways)

Pedestrian Safety Improvements at Suquamish Way and Division Streets; Inslee;
116th Street NE Interchange Improvements Project (Tulalip Tribes); Larsen;
US Highway 101 Corridor Improvement Project; Dicks; $1,000,000

Federal Railroad Administration - Rail Line Relocation and Improvement

Hoquiam Horn Spur Railroad Track Improvement Project; Dicks; $350,000

Federal Aviation Administration - Airport Improvement Program

City of Colville Airport Project; McMorris Rodgers; $425,000

Federal Transit Administration - Buses & Bus Facilities

Chuckanut Park and Ride Facility; Larsen; $400,000
Pacific Transit Vehicle Replacement; Baird; $250,000
Link Transit commuter coaches; Hastings; $500,000
Port Angeles Gateway International Multi-modal Transportation Center; Dicks;
West Seattle RapidRide and Hybrid Bus Program; McDermott; $600,000
Pierce Transit clean fuel buses; Smith; $500,000

Federal Transit Administration - Alternatives Analysis

SE King County Commuter Rail and Transit Centers Feasibility Study; Reichert;

Federal Transit Administration - Capital Investment Grants

Bellevue-Redmond BRT, King County; The President, Reichert; $9,368,193