MAP

Local Stimulus Projects

Explore the District, Maryland and Virginia to see how federal stimulus dollars are being spent on transportation projects.

 


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Meg Smith & Mike McPhate — The Washington Post. Last updated May 22, 2009.


Below are projects that are statewide or that haven't yet been finalized.

Metrorail Projects and Purchases
• Replacement of oldest buses - $27M
• MetroAccess expansion, replacement - $3.8M
• Service vehicle replacement - $6M
• Bus replacement components - $2.8M
• New bus body and paint shop - $30M
• Replacement of southeastern bus garage - $30.6M
• Bus garage restroom rehabilitation - $7.6M
• Replacement of crumbling platforms - $16M
• Update platform real-time signs - $2.5M
• Metro Center sales office replacement - $1M
• Bus garage security upgrade - $3M
• Equipment for operations control center - $3M
• Emergency tunnel evacuation carts - $1M
• Underground communications radios - $1M
• Additional station alarm/chemical sensors - $4M
• Heavy duty locomotives for maintenance - $7M
• Power tool equipment replacement - $1.9M
• 60-ton crane for track work - $4M
• Heavy-duty track equipment - $11.6M
• Track welding program to repair defects - $3.9M
• Track pad/shock absorber rehab - $1M
• Upgrade 3 oldest stations and systems - $12M
• Additional SmarTrip fare machines - $3.5M
• Bus real-time, route and schedule systems - $3M
• Bus engine fluid alert system - $1.5M
• Kiosk and train control computers - $0.8M
• Sensitive data protection technology - $4.9M
• Document management system - $2M
• Financial system integration - $5M
Additional Maryland Projects
• Installation of guardrails statewide - $10M
• ADA contract work statewide - $13.2M
• Signal reconstruction in MoCo and PG - $5.7M
• Resurfacing statewide - $92M
• Safety improvements statewide - $2.4M
• Installation, upgrade of signage statewide - $5.9M
• Traffic detection at intersections statewide $2.3M

Additional D.C. Projects
• Repair, replacement of sidewalks, curbs, gutters, catch-basis, wheelchair ramps, pavement
• Repair of missing sidewalk connections
• Add 40 more SmartBike stations
• Upgrade 25 block faces within the Downtown Business Improvement District
• Develop project to deploy uninterruptible power supply at critical intersections

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