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February 5, 2014

Transportation projects approved for federal dollars

NORMAN — FFY* 2015 (Oct. 1 to Sept. 30, 2015)

· Lindsey Street widening and reconstruction from I-35 to Berry Road

Norman secured $9,727,200 of the $17,370,000 (56 percent) of available funds

FFY 2016 (Oct. 1, 2015, to Sept. 30, 2016)

· Main Street over Brookhaven Creek bridge replacement bond project

· Resurfacing of Lindsey Street, Constitution Street, Imhoff Road and Alameda Street

· Boyd Street and University Boulevard traffic signal upgrade and interconnect (100 percent federal safety funded)

· Robinson Street, between Peter Avenue and 12th Avenue NE traffic signal interconnect upgrade (100 percent federal safety funded)

· Rock Creek Road and Sequoyah Trail traffic signal and interconnect (100 percent federal safety funded)

· Robinson Street and 48th Avenue NW traffic signal and interconnect (100 percent federal safety funded)

Norman secured $5,728,686 of the $17,370,000 (33 percent) in available funds.

FFY 2017 (Oct. 1, 2016, to Sept. 30, 2017)

· 12th Avenue SE Bond project (between Cedar lane Road and State Highway 9)

· 36th Avenue NW and Havenbrook Street intersection project

· Traffic signal upgrades for MUTCD compliance (100 percent federal safety funded)

· Pavement markings at various locations Phase 4 (100 percent federal safety funded)

· Traffic signal emergency vehicle pre-emption upgrades Phase 1 (100 percent federal safety funded)

· Alameda Street and Summit Lakes Boulevard/Lochwood Drive traffic signal (100 percent federal safety funded)

Norman secured $4,723,428 of the $17,370,000 (27.2 percent) in available funds.

FFY 2018 (Oct. 1, 2017, to Sept. 30, 2018)

· 24th Avenue East Bond project (between Lindsey and Robinson streets)

· Traffic signal pedestrian controls upgrade (100 percent federal safety funded)

· Traffic signal upgrades video detection Phase 2 (100 percent federal safety funded)

Norman secured $7,328,880 of the $17,370,000 (42.2 percent) in available funds.

* FFY stands for federal fiscal year.

— Source: Norman city staff

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