TIP Project #2006-408: SR-6/US-31/Franklin Road

This project provides for improvements to Franklin Road from Concord Road to south of Moore’s Lane. Road will be widened from 2 to 5 lanes. Road will include curb and gutter with a separated 10’ multi-use path on east side.

M Road Widening Regional Plan ID: 1062-160
TDOT TDOT PIN: 105717.00
Williamson County Total Cost: $41,035,000.00
SR-6/US-31/Franklin Road Total Programmed: $33,835,000.00
South of Moore’s Lane (SR-441) to Concord Road (SR-253) Federal Share: $27,068,000.00
2.65 miles Federal Obligation*:
Non-Exempt Unobligated Balance: $27,068,000.00
* Obligations during current TIP period only.

Programmed Funds

Fiscal YearPhaseFunding SourceTotal FundsFederal FundsState FundsLocal Funds
TOTAL  $33,835,000.00$27,068,000.00$6,767,000.00$0.00

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
07/28/16 - note from Mike Harris (Brentwood): Appraisals and ROW acquisition started in the first quarter of 2014 and will continue through mid-2016.8/10/2016
12/17/12 - The Franklin Road from Concord Road to south of Moore’s Lane improvement project provides three main benefits. First, it will serve to relieve traffic congestion along the corridor. Secondly, it will address both the horizontal and vertical safety concerns associated with the existing conditions. Finally, it will provide an alternative means of public transportation with the addition of designed multi-use trail. 2011 TDOT traffic count data shows an ADT of 17,223 along Franklin Road in this area.
The proposed roadway improvements will consist of 5 lanes (4 thru lanes and a center turn lane), curb and gutter, a 10'-0" multi use (bike/walk) path on the east side of the road separated from the roadway by a 5 foot wide grass strip.
The City has a project development agreement with TDOT that calls for Brentwood to pay for engineering design and ROW acquisition from properties within Brentwood. There is small portion of ROW required within the City of Franklin and Franklin has agreed to acquire this ROW at its cost. TDOT has agreed to fund construction of the road improvements.
Engineering design is nearly complete and TDOT field review of ROW plans was completed in October. Appraisals and ROW acquisition are expected to start in the first quarter of 2013 and continue through early 2014. TIP funding for ROW acquisition in the amount of $1,000,000 is being requested in FY 2014. The total ROW acquisition cost for properties in Brentwood is expected to be at least $4,000,000 with the City providing all funding in excess of the $1,000,000 in requested U-STP funds.

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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