TIP Project #2006-304: Jefferson Springs Greenway Extension

Construct 12' pedestrian and bikeway from Sharp Springs Natural Area to Jefferson Springs Recreation Area to make connection toward Murfreesboro

M Greenway Regional Plan ID: Consistent
Smyrna TDOT PIN: 108649.00
Rutherford County Total Cost: $2,448,700.00
Jefferson Springs Greenway Extension Total Programmed: $2,318,657.50
Sharp Springs Natural Area to Jefferson Springs Federal Share: $1,854,926.00
1.00 miles Federal Obligation*:
Exempt Unobligated Balance: $1,854,926.00
* Obligations during current TIP period only.

Programmed Funds

Fiscal YearPhaseFunding SourceTotal FundsFederal FundsState FundsLocal Funds
2017CONSTRUCTIONHPP (TN100)$2,318,657.50$1,854,926.00$0.00$463,731.50
TOTAL  $2,318,657.50$1,854,926.00$0.00$463,731.50

Construction Reserve Funds

There is no reserve funding information for this TIP Project.

Obligated Funds

There is no obligated funding information for this TIP Project.

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Project Notes

NotePosted On
DEMO ID#: TN-100. Section 1702-SAFETEA-LU, HPP Federal ID# 339.11/18/2013
12/18/12 -
It is anticipated that the engineering and environmental stages will be completed in FY 13. Construction will begin as directed by TDOT after all clearances are obtained. It is anticipated that this project will not require the full expenditure of funds that are designated in the current TIP and are being requested to move into the 14-17 TIP, but until completion of the project this cannot be known for certain. Any funds that are left unexpended would be moved to one of the other Greenway projects.
It should be noted that all of the federal funds on this and all of the greenway projects are HPP funds designated directly to Smyrna by Congress. The project will be managed by Town staff, including the Town Planner and the Director of Parks and Recreation in conjunction with TDOT. The Town of Smyrna has constructed approximately 9.9 miles of greenways over the past several years, much of which has been constructed as recreation trails within local parks as well as connections between the library, parks, and neighborhoods. Many of these have also been constructed as sidewalks in conjunction with road improvement projects, including 3 different phases of
improvements to Rock Springs Road and two phases of improvements to Enon Springs Road.

Project Amendments

There are no amendments for this TIP Project.

Administrative Modifications

There are no administrative modifications for this TIP Project.

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