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This project will result in the construction of a new bituminous concrete bike path to carry bicycle and pedestrian traffic along the Franklin County Bikeway in the Town of Greenfield. This project is Phase III B of the Franklin County Bikeway that begins at the abandoned section of Riverside Drive just east of Route I-91 and continues under Route I-91, along the bottom slope of I-91 until the path meets the pedestrian bridge previously constructed under Phase IIIA of the Franklin County Bikeway. After the Franklin County Bikeway crosses the bridge over the Green river, Phase IIIB continues from the westerly end of the bridge to connect to Nash Mill Road. The total length of this project is approximately 5040 feet.
  • Town of Greenfield
  • Design Responsibility: Municipality
    Right of Way Responsibility: Municipality
    Project Manager: Philip Macdonald
    Estimated Total Federal Participating Construction Cost: $210,000.00
    District: District 2
    Current Status: This project has been advertised for construction bids. (as of 10/04/2003 )

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    Project Status
    Project Initiation Form PRC Submitted 12/01/2000
    Project Review Committee PRC Approved 12/19/2000
    Project Status Advertised 11/30/2002
    Project Status Advertised 10/04/2003
    Project Management
    100% Design 100% Package Received 09/06/2002
    100% Design 100% Package Comments to DE 09/26/2002
    25% Design 25% Package Received 06/23/1998
    25% Design Design Public Hearing 07/06/1999
    Final Design PS&E Received 12/18/2002
    Final Design PS&E to FAPRO 09/04/2003