TIGER Grants

TIGER Discretionary Grant Program


The City of Greenville has applied for funding under the U. S. Department of Transportation Supplementary Discretionary Grants for a National Transportation System "TIGER Grants" (Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery).

The City of Greenville is applying for funding for four projects:

Construction of Monty Stratton Parkway - View Certification Letter

This project consists of the construction of Monty Stratton Parkway from the I-30 Service Road, to 2,500 L.F. north with a 72' wide section of paved road with a 14' median, including water and sanitary sewer lines.

Construction of Center Point Lane - View Certification Letter

This project consists of the construction of Center Point Lane from Roy Warren Parkway to 1,100 L.F. west of the existing road section, including 41' of back-to-back concrete road with a 12" water line, 8" sanitary sewer line and 21" RCP storm sewer. This is a shovel ready project with plans, specifications and estimates.

Reconstruction of Traders Road - View Certification Letter


This project consists of the reconstruction of 6,900 L.F. of Traders Road, to widen it from an existing 16' two-lane road to a 44' road section with storm sewer including relocation and upsizing of existing 6' water and 6" sanitary sewer lines.

Reconstruction of SH 34 from Traders Road to FM 1570 - View Certification Letter

This project consists of the reconstruction and widening of SH 34 for 1.2 miles of existing two-lane highway to four-lane divided highway with curb and gutter.