Design Public Involvement Meeting for Proposed Sidewalk Construction Projects with Transportation Alternatives Program funding
City of Gallatin
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2016
2017 TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM GRANT (2017 Grant Cycle)
The City of Gallatin will hold a public meeting at The Gallatin City Hall, located at 132 West Main Street in Gallatin, on Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. to present the proposal for improvements to pedestrian facilities along nine roadway segments throughout the City using Transportation Alternatives Program and City funding.
The Transportation Alternatives Program provides funding assistance from the Federal and State governments to improve safety by constructing pedestrian and bicycling facilities.
The City of Gallatin proposes to apply for a $1.494 million grant with the Tennessee Department of Transportation to fund the design and construction of sidewalks segments at nine locations located throughout the community as described below:
Blythe Avenue from the Housing Authority (N. of Small St.) to N. Water Avenue
South Water Avenue from Hale Drive to SR 109
Airport Road from State Route 109 to Woodcrest Drive
Woodcrest Drive from Airport Road to Meadowview Drive
Belvedere Drive from Tulip Poplar Dr. to Long Hollow Pike
Long Hollow Pike from Belvedere Drive to Walnut Crest Drive
Hancock Street from the GPU Office to SR 109, and
Long Hollow Pike from Stratford Park Blvd. to Wendling Blvd.
City and school officials will be available to present the proposal to the public and answer questions about the project.
For additional information, please contact the Gallatin Planning Department at (615) 451-5796.
Posted on: 27 Sep, 2016