GRANDVIEW – Each year the city of Grandview adopts its six-year transportation improvement program for submission to the state.
Priority projects are listed in the plan to increase the city’s chances of funding, according to City Administrator and Public Works Director Cus Arteaga.
Tuesday, he told the Grandview City Council there have been several projects removed from the program because they have been funded. That includes the Bonnieview Road and a portion of the Old Inland Empire Highway projects.
Improvements to Elm Street have also been removed from the program. Arteaga said improvements to those roadways were listed last year because the city was seeking Safe Routes to Schools funding for the projects. The funding was not awarded to the city of Grandview.
Improvements to East Fourth Street and portions of Wine Country Road are still listed in the program, as are improvements to Stassen and Hillcrest streets.
Improvements to Highland Road have been included in the program for 2020.
The Grandview City Council did not have any comments about the program following a public hearing. There were also no public comments during the hearing.
Having reviewed the projects included in the six-year transportation improvement program, the council adopted it by a 5-0 vote.