City of Greensburg receives Community Crossing Matching Grant

Greensburg, IN – The City of Greensburg today announced that the community has been awarded $118,225.75 in Community Crossing Matching Grant (CCMG) funds from the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) for 2020-2021.
Since 2016, the state has awarded $612 million in state funds to support local road and bridge projects throughout Indiana. Projects that are eligible for funding through Community Crossings include road and bridge preservation projects with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance in connection with a these projects. Material costs for chip sealing and crack filing operations are also eligible for funding.

The locations in the City of Greensburg that will be funded by CCMG are as follows:

Full length of South Creek Drive E
Full length of South Creek Drive W
Full length of Amrhein Drive
Full length of Forsythe Street
Full length of Randall Street
Sixth Street from Park St. to Carver St.

I am pleased our second entire application for 2020 was awarded, which means we can keep moving on improving the citys transportation infrastructure,” said Mark Klosterkemper, City of Greensburg Street Commissioner. “We will have these projects bid and awarded during the winter months so construction can begin early next summer. With the success of our applications this year, I am so looking forward to the CCMG 2021-1 applications and additional street improvements.

“I am very proud of the communitys proposal and excited to see the continued investment in our infrastructure,” said Mayor Joshua Marsh. “I thank Governor Eric Holcomb, Indiana Department of Transportation Commissioner Joe McGinness and our General Assembly for their continued support of the Community Crossing Matching Grant program.”

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