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Federal Stimulus Funding

DVRPC Board Approves Regional Projects for American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Funding Stimulus Emblem
(Please check back often to see more information as it is added)

On February 26th, 2009, the DVRPC Board approved a regional list of transportation projects totaling over $660 million in economic stimulus funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).

A White House website (www.Recovery.gov) has been established to track the progress of each federal agency in meeting the President's high expectations for transparency and accountability in advancing the Stimulus. Of particular interest is the US DOT website.

State websites have been established for New Jersey and Pennsylvania that will track the progress of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Again, of particular interest are the websites for NJDOT and PennDOT that will provide greater detail on stimulus projects as they are advanced and completed. NJ Transit and SEPTA have also established a websites to track their stimulus projects.

Funding Distribution

Click to see the full regional list of projects or click on the county or operator below to see separate lists of projects. Funds made available due to lower than expected final estimates or bids have been or will be re-programmed on other ARRA projects. Click here to learn about the project selection process.

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Funding
(Revised 01-19-2010)
Programmed
Highways - NJ
  Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Mercer $141,211,000
Transit - NJ
  NJ Transit $63,540,000
  DRPA/PATCO $10,630,030
Highways - PA
  Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Philadelphia $261,498,000
Transit - PA
  SEPTA $190,891,217
  Pottstown Urban $1,111,400
Region Total $668,884,247

Map the Projects

Click on the map below to view the stimulus projects online.

[Click this map to view stimulus projects]

Query all Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) projects by clicking the buttons below.