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NASHVILLE AREA METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION
Transportation Improvement Program for FYs 2014-2017
Project Name SR-247 (Duplex Road) Widening TIP # 2004-051
Improvement Type Road Widening Lead Agency TDOT
County Williamson County Length 3.10 Regional Plan ID 1199-1322
Air Quality Status Non-Exempt TDOT PIN 103169.00 Project Cost $22,251,595.00
Route SR-247 (Duplex Road)
Location SR-6/U.S. 31 to .1 mile west of I-65.
Project Description Widen Duplex Road from 2 to 3 lanes, improve vertical and horizontal alignment, add curb and gutter, add
sidewalk on south side of project and multi-use path on north side of project, add signals at 4 currently
unsignalized intersections.
Fiscal Year Type of Work Funding Type Total Funds Federal Funds State Funds Local funds
2014 ROW LOCAL $3,500,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $3,500,000.00
2014 ROW L-STP $306,109.00 $244,887.00 $0.00 $61,222.00
2014 PE-D L-STP $125,000.00 $100,000.00 $0.00 $25,000.00
2016 ROW L-STP $999,386.00 $799,509.00 $0.00 $199,877.00
2017 CONSTRUCTION STP $17,321,100.00 $13,856,880.00 $3,464,220.00 $0.00
REVISION HISTORY
6/25/2016 Amend# 2016-019 This amendment adds
$13,856,880 (federal) in
State STP funds to the
project in FY 2017 for
construction.
12/1/2015 Amend# 2016-004 This project has been
adjusted to add $389,799 in
federal local STP dollars that
were allocated to the City
during FY15. The City has
chosen at this time to
expend these funds on this
project.
9/30/2016 Amend# 2016-040 This project is being adjusted
to add $409,710 (federal) in
L-STP funds to the ROW
phase of the project in FY16.
This funding was allocated to
the City of Spring Hill for
FY16 by TDOT's Small
Cities Allocation Program.
PROJECT NOTES
12/18/12 - This project has been progressing at a rapid pace
over the past two years. To date, the City has completed a
Categorical Exclusion NEPA document, Preliminary
Engineering Plans, and Draft Right of Way Plans. The City
anticipates Right of Way Plans approval in early 2013 and with
notice to proceed from TDOT, will move into the Right of Way
acquisition phase and construction plans development. Right
of Way acquisition is anticipated to be complete in 2014.
Construction is anticipated to begin in mid 2014.
Nashville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Transportation Improvement Program for FYs 2014-2017
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