TSPLOST PROJECT LIST
HAPEVILLE T SPLOST PROJECT LIST
Paving & Drainage (Maintenance & Safety) Est. $1,000,000
Life expectancy for an asphalt road is 15 to 20 years depending on several factors. The LMIG program and the most recent T SPLOST program have been the main funding sources for paving of roads in Hapeville for the last 15 years. While we have paved over 5 miles of roads in the last 5 years, we still have over 30 miles of streets to maintain in our city limits. These transportation funds would allow a significant amount of asphalt resurfacing and drainage improvements to take place and improve our road conditions.
Sidewalk, Curb & Gutter Repairs (Pedestrian Improvements) Est. $400,000
In the last 5 years, we have installed over 4 miles of new sidewalk in the city. With over 24 miles of sidewalk in the City, the T SPLOST is a critical tool in replacing dilapidated sidewalks. Several of our current sidewalks are in disrepair and some of the streets in Hapeville have the granite header curb that has settled over time and layers of paving have been added to reduce the curb height. With stormwater and soil & erosion being an important issue these days, all of our streets need to have proper curb & gutter. These funds would allow the City to replace areas that the curb height has been reduced over the years.
I-85 Sound wall (Economic Development/Operations) Est. $3,600,000
The east side of town along the I-75 interstate has had a sound wall up for over 25 years. However, the I-85 interstate does not have any sound walls. The City of Hapeville has exhausted every resource possible in trying to obtain funding for a sound wall along the stretch of I-85 from N. Central to the Cofield Drive Bridge area. An estimate for a sound wall in this area would be approximately $ 3,600,000. The T-SPLOST funds could be used to install this sound wall.
Signage/Traffic Signals (Traffic Signal & Street Signage) Est. $60,200
With over 400 signs and 7 City owned traffic signals, there are not a lot of grant funds available for replacement and maintenance of these traffic signals. The transportation funds would allow us to update our traffic signals with the new LED signal heads and replace the old signal cabinets.
Total Tier I (up to 85%) $ 5,060,200
King Arnold Pedestrian Improvement Project Phase 1 (Pedestrian Imp.) Est. $892,976
King Arnold Street is the last major arterial road in downtown Hapeville that has not had pedestrian improvements in the City of Hapeville. King Arnold Street links parks, schools, and businesses together. Possible improvements in Phase I would consist of replacing the old sidewalks with new ones.
Total Tier II (86-100%) $ 892,976
TOTAL BASE 5-year Projection is $ 5,953,176.
The above list is composed of several potential projects and some rough cost estimates for these projects. Tier I and II projects are based on 100% revenue projections. Anything above that (101% to 115%) would be listed below in Tier III. Each project must be transportation related and project amounts may increase or decrease depending on several factors such as engineering, surveying, and other unforeseen costs.
King Arnold Pedestrian Improvement Project Phase 2 (Pedestrian Imp.) Est. $892,976
King Arnold Street is the last major arterial road in Hapeville that has not had pedestrian improvements in the City of Hapeville. King Arnold Street links parks, schools, and businesses together. Possible improvements in Phase II would consist of bike facilities and parking improvements with bulb outs.
Total Tier III (101-115%) $ 892,976
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