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Results Chart for Delivery Method and Financing
From Public (Government) Sources to Producers: The total cost of the Green Line Extension (including $1B allocated to uses other than design and construction, i.e. real estate purchases, new Green Line trolleys, and money previously spent on the project prior to December 2017 is $2.3 Billion. A series of project simplifications, and a shortening of the Medford branch of the line from Route 16 back to College Ave allowed the project to be revived with support from the MBTA and the US DOT. Renamed the GLX project, the revised cost of initial design and construction of the GLX project is $1.08 Billion. The selected contractor is GLX Constructors (a consortium of Fluor Enterprises, the Middlesex Corporation, Herzog Contracting Corporation, and Balfour Beatty Construction). The bid price, with adjustments, was $1.08 Billion.
Direct Cash Support: USDOT is paying approximately $1.0 billion of the project's initial cost. The cities of Medford and Somerville are making small cash contributions to the project. The balance of funds to pay for the work of GLX is coming from the MBTA. The MBTA hired CH2MHill in 2017 to oversee the Design Build process. $57 million)