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 Published: September 16, 2019


TENNESSEE GOVERNOR BILL LEE AND TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONER CLAY BRIGHT ANNOUNCED TODAY (MONDAY) THE AWARD OF $13.6 MILLION DOLLARS IN TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES GRANTS STATEWIDE. ACCORDING TO A PRESS RELEASE, THESE GRANTS WILL HELP TENNESSEE REACH THEIR GOAL OF BEING A HEALTHIER STATE AND ARE MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH A FEDERALLY FUNDED PROGRAM AND IS ADMINISTERED BY THE TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. GRANTEES IN THE AREA INCLUDE CHAPEL HILL IN THE AMOUNT OF APPROXIMATELY 1.7 MILLION DOLLARS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SIDEWALKS AND BIKE LANES ALONG SR-11, INCLUDING DRAINAGE AND LANDSCAPING. CLIFTON IN THE AMOUNT OF APPROXIMATELY 743 THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SIDEWALKS INCLUDING A PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE AND LINDEN IN THE AMOUNT OF APPROXIMATELY 653 THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR DOWNTOWN ENHANCEMENTS INCLUDING SIDEWALKS. FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO T-N DOT GOV.