State transportation projects funded with federal stimulus dollars are already putting Kentuckians back to work. Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh has an update on how the money’s being spent.
Louisville Metro Government has announced a second round of federal stimulus funding for the city. Mayor Jerry Abramson says the latest infusion of cash will be used for transportation and recreation projects (see list below). “We’ll be putting them out for bids, it takes 30 days, you have to leave them out for bids. We’ll… Continue reading More Stimulus Funds Coming To Louisville
Louisville’s first projects to be funded with federal stimulus dollars have been announced. More than $17 million will go to the Transit Authority of River City for, among other things, construction of a maintenance facility on West Broadway, improvements to existing maintenance buildings and the purchase of 10 hybrid buses. Congressman John Yarmuth of Louisville… Continue reading TARC, Metro Housing Get First Stimulus Dollars
As money from the federal economic stimulus package starts to trickle to states, Indiana residents will be able to monitor how the money is spent on a new website created by the Governor’s office. Spokesperson Jane Jankowski says the Governor already has a number of priorities for the money. “We’ve already released two lists… Continue reading Indiana Launches Website to Track Stimulus Money
The Indiana Department of Transporation is moving quickly to award bids for state highway projects to be funded through the federal economic stimulus package. The state has already received bids on 26 projects it had earlier identified as eligible for about $39 million in federal stimulus money. Governor Mitch Daniels Friday announced that bids are… Continue reading INDOT Taking Bids For Stimulus-Funded Road Projects