In September 2013, a severe rain event lasted a week and caused catastrophic flooding and damage along Colorado’s Front Range. Through funding from the State of Colorado, and FEMA, recovery relief were provided throughout Colorado's Corridor. This program was the costliest natural disaster in Colorado history, nearly $4B, spanning 23 miles of design for US 34 roadway, embankment, and structures.
This rail system is projected to connect Northern to Southern California through Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal, Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles with the Salesforce Transit Center in San Francisco via the Central Valley. This scope of the project included 24 total proposed stations in 3 phases for a total of about 1500 miles. Proposition 1A was $12.4B for the Bakersfield to Merced program.
Through the National Park Service this federally funded $3.7M project combines Environmental Protect Agency, Archeological Preservation and Historic Building preservation efforts for National Historical Herbert Hoover Sites from February 2020 through October 2021. The project aims to protect the Presidential Library and Museum, Birthplace and Grave-site. Elements of this project include channel restoration of the Herbert Hoover Creek, Water & Wastewater pipe improvements, pedestrian bridge demolition and preservation of the historic Limestone Wall.
This natural disaster program was one of the strongest storms in United States’ History, causing widespread devastation and affecting an estimated 90,000 square miles along the central Gulf Coast states. This included the Capital Improvements Program, which was a comprehensive recovery strategy for the FEMA-Funded Recovery Roads Program and the Recovery School District (RSD), totaling over $1.8 B.