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:
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.
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.
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.