The Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission has awarded $20 million in Federal Transportation Funds for 30 roadway, traffic signal, bikeway and planning projects around the region.
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Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission projects receiving top Federal Transportation Funds awards
Congestion Mitigation/Air Quality Projects funding
City of Springboro, State Routes 741/73 intersection improvements: $3.1 million.
City of Centerville, Wilmington Pike traffic signals upgrade from State Route 725 to Whipp/Feedwire roads: $1.32 million.
City of Beavercreek, traffic signals project: $701,250.
Surface Transportation Projects funding
Montgomery County Engineer, Keowee Street Bridge replacement: $3 million
City of Kettering: East Stroop Road improvements: $2.1 million
City of Dayton: Springfield Street roadway resurfacing project: $2.1 million.