The Joplin Area Transportation Study Organization board (JATSO) held a public meeting today to make amendments to the 2011-2014 Transportation Improvement Program.
Amendments in the program are two bridge projects and three road widening projects partially funded by federal grants.
"That $12 million grant will come through the federal highway, MO-DOT system, and the street projects on that are Maiden Lane and Schifferdecker and 26th Street," says David Hertzberg, the Director of Joplin Public Works.
The improvement program contains transportation and transit projects in Joplin that are partially funded by federal transportation programs for a four-year period.
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