Maryville to Receive $5.925 million grant

Congressman Sam Graves, (MO-06), Ranking Member for the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, announced that the South Main Street Corridor Project in Maryville has received a RAISE Transportation Discretionary Grant. The $5.925 million grant will go towards funding Phase II of the project.  Congressman Graves said “I’m thrilled to see this project receive additional funding,” . “This corridor is going to be beautiful and will greatly enhance safety and ease of travel through Maryville. Congratulations to all who put in the effort to get this grant. I’ve enjoyed seeing the progress so far and can’t wait to see South Main street completed”.

The RAISE Grant program was previously called the BUILD Grant program before being renamed. Graves secured a $10.4 million BUILD grant in 2018 for Phase I of the project, which is currently under construction.

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