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					                                        2006 Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Applications

   County               Applicant                                              Project Description                        SRTS Funds




Barren              City of Park City        Construct and repair sidewalks on Bardstown Road, Third Street, Bell           $218,000.00
                                             Street, Gossom Street, and US 31-W and add raised crosswalk to
                                             Bardstown Road
Boone       Judge Gary W. Moore              Rogers Lane Camp Ernst Middle School Neighborhood Connection - sidewalks        $99,000.00
                                             on Rogers Lane, signage, traffic calming, education and enforcement

Boone       Judge Gary W. Moore              Rogers Lane Camp Ernst Middle School Neighborhood Connection -                 $100,000.00
                                             sidewalks on Rogers Lane, signage, traffic calming, education and
                                             enforcement
Boone       Boone County Fiscal Court        Construct sidewalks along Limaburg Road, Conner Road, and Cougar Path          $243,000.00
                                             in Boone County to provide a safe environment for students at the Conner
                                             Campus in Hebron.
Boone       Boone County Fiscal Court        Burlington Elementary - KY 18 Safe Routes to School Project:                   $250,000.00
                                             Planning/design/construction of an 8 foot concrete sidewalk along the
                                             north side of KY 18 from the intersection of KY 18/Darlington Drive to
                                             Orient Street for a distance of 3,287 feet. This sidewalk will connect
                                             Burlington Elementary to nearby subdivisions.
Boyle       City of Danville                 Clark’s Run and Town Branch Multi-use trail: Construct new trail, improve      $102,533.00
                                             existing trails, and install directional signage along Town Branch Creek
                                             and along Clark’s Run Creek to connect neighborhoods to two schools
                                             located in downtown Danville.

Breathitt   City of Jackson                  This project will consist of the repair and widening of old sidewalks, as      $208,722.00
                                             well as the construction on new sidewalks on various streets in the
                                             community. It will also include the cost for an education brochure for the
                                             children.
Calloway    Mayor H. Thomas Rushing          Murray Independent Schools (Elementary and Middle) Safe Walk & Ride -           $56,800.00
                                             sidewalks on Poplar, Broach, and Main Streets, educational materials and
                                             crossing signage
Calloway    City of Murray                   Funding will be used for sidewalk construction on Main Street, 7th Street,     $250,000.00
                                             Poplar Street, Sycamore Street, Locust Street, Williams Street and Hickory
                                             Drive. Currently, there are no sidewalks on Hickory Drive, Williams, Main,
                                             and Locust Streets, and only intermittently along Sycamore and 16th
                                             Streets.

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Calloway    City of Murray                 Project will include sidewalk construction along College Farm Road and         $214,000.00
                                           18th Street and the addition of bicycle racks. Education and
                                           encouragement materials will also be included as a non-infrastructure
                                           portion of the project.
Campbell    City of Southgate              City of Southgate School Sidewalk Project: Phase I - Construction              $240,596.00
                                           beginning at St. Therese Parish going southeast on US 27 ending by the
                                           entrance to the Evergreen Cemetery. This sidewalk will connect students
                                           to St. Therese Parish school and the Southgate public schools.
Christian   City of Hopkinsville           Sidewalks will be built along North Drive, Parking lots and traffic flow       $250,000.00
                                           through the North Drive Middle School campus will be reconfigured, and
                                           safety upgrades will be made at nearby intersections.
Crittenden City of Marion                  Construct 2,350 feet of sidewalk along West Elm and construct a 4 foot         $122,000.00
                                           wide pedestrian bridge over Rocket Creek
Daviess     City of Owensboro              Construct a 6-foot sidewalk along Booth Avenue to connect sidewalks            $218,330.00
                                           along Lewis Lane and Mohawk Drive to connect directly to the Catholic
                                           Middle School.
Fleming     City of Flemingsburg           This project is proposing to replace existing sidewalks in order to create a    $40,000.00
                                           safer route to school. The area is approximately 1300 ft. of sidewalks that
                                           are currently in poor condition. This project will allow improvements to the
                                           pedestrian and bicycle lanes.
Fleming     City of Ewing                  Construction of sidewalks along KY 560 and Euclid Road                          $74,511.00


Franklin    City of Frankfort              The project includes the construction of new sidewalks along Kings              $56,000.00
                                           Daughters Drive from Leonardwood to Woodgate Drives and will provide
                                           safe, convenient access for students to walk or bicycle to Bridgeport
                                           Elementary, Bondurant Middle School or Western Hills High School.

Franklin    City of Frankfort              Installation of new sidewalks at Collins Lane Elementary and Elkhorn            $89,185.00
                                           Middle School, and sidewalk repairs at Elkhorn Elementary, Second Street
                                           Elementary, Wilkinson Street School, and Frankfort Middle School

Franklin    Franklin County Fiscal Court   This project will include construction of a 3,500 ft sidewalk along            $176,000.00
                                           Steadmantown Lane (KY 2622) at Lakeview Park. The sidewalk will include
                                           curb and gutter construction.



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Gallatin    Gallatin County Board of         Construction of 3 sidewalks on Dorman Drive/Asbury Point, Center                $163,000.00
            Education                        Avenue/Parkside Apts., and Boaz Drive/Gallatin Co. Elementary. Each
                                             sidewalk will connect to the Gallatin County Schools.

Grant       Deputy Superintendent Ken Gray Grant County's Safe Routes to School Program (Crittenden Mt. Zion Elementary)      $14,350.00
                                           - 200 LF of sidewalk on Indian Hills, incentives, education, walking school bus
                                           program
Greenup     Mayor William C. Hopkins       Russell Safe Routes to School Sidewalks and Multi-use Path and Education          $250,000.00
                                           Program (Russell Primary and Middle Schools)
Greenup                                      Fund Walk to School Day for the Russell School District (No match                $14,283.00
                                             required: Total Funds: $14,283)


Hardin      City of Radcliff                 Radcliff Middle School Sidewalk Project - This involves construction of         $248,575.00
                                             sidewalks on both the east and west sides of US-31W (South Dixie
                                             Boulevard) to provide a safe walking environment for students at Radcliff
                                             Middle School.
Harrison    City of Cynthiana                Replacement of deteriorated sidewalks near the Southside Elementary and         $247,000.00
                                             Harrison County Middle Schools. It will also include a chain link fence for
                                             protection from a steep drop off along one of the routes.
Hopkins     City of Dawson Springs           Sidewalk construction near Dawson Springs Elementary and Dawson                 $249,480.00
                                             Springs Junior/Senior High. The project area follows Eli Street from the
                                             schools heading north to US 62/KY 109, also known as Arcadia Street, and
                                             east on US 62/KY 109.

Jefferson   Mayor Kimberly Holsclaw          City of Barbourmeade Norton Elementary Safe Routes to School Project-            $64,800.00
                                             signage, bike racks, safety/promotional items
Jefferson   Mayor Kimberly Holsclaw          City of Barbourmeade Norton Elementary Safe Routes to School Project-            $64,800.00
                                             signage, bike racks, safety/promotional items




Jefferson   Jefferson Co Public Schools      Meyzeek Middle School Safe Routes to School - funding will provide for          $170,000.00
                                             safer crosswalks, better lighting, installation of curbs, and a reconfigured
                                             student drop-off plan at the middle school.




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Jefferson   Jefferson Co Public Schools   Sanders Elementary SRTS - improvements around school for a multi-use              $25,000.00
                                          trail, lighting, signage & landscaping. Widen and repair an existing route
                                          to school on the northern edge of campus.

Jefferson   Portland Elementary School    Portland Elementary SRTS Project: Project includes pedestrian and bicycle         $45,465.00
                                          safety education and improvements to sidewalks, signage, and parking lot
                                          striping at Portland Elementary School.

Jefferson   Portland Elementary School    Portland Elementary SRTS Project: Pedestrian and bicycle improvements             $45,465.00
                                          around the Portland Elementary School campus including the following
                                          locations: (1) Northwestern Pkwy at the intersection of 33rd, 34th, and 35th
                                          Streets. (2) 35th Street between Northwestern Pkwy and Pflanz Ave. (3)
                                          Intersection of Northwestern Pkwy and Portland Ave


Jefferson   Jefferson Co Public Schools   Rangeland Elementary SRTS Project: Project includes pedestrian and                $31,578.00
                                          bicycle safety education and improvements to a pedestrian path,
                                          sidewalks, signage, and parking lot striping at Rangeland Elementary
                                          School.
Jefferson   Jefferson Co Public Schools   Rangeland Elementary SRTS Project: Pedestrian and bicycle                         $31,578.00
                                          improvements in and around the Rangeland Elementary School campus
                                          including the following locations: (1) intersection at Ridgecrest Road and
                                          Rangeland Road. (2) from the school grounds through Rosalind Court to
                                          Runic Way. (3) various areas along Runic Way. (4) from the school grounds
                                          to Ridgecrest Road
Johnson     Mayor Douglas W. Pugh         Paintsville Elementary Student Drop-off and Sidewalk Improvement Project          $32,800.00
Kenton      Mayor John D. Link            Edgewood Safe Routes to School (St. Pius, Caywood, R.C. Hinsdale, Turkeyfoot     $207,850.00
                                          Middle) - sidewalks on N. Colony, Colony, Madonna, Marie, training,
                                          enforcement and education
Kenton      Mayor John D. Link            Edgewood Safe Routes to School (St. Pius, Caywood, R.C. Hinsdale,                $210,850.00
                                          Turkeyfoot Middle) - sidewalks on N. Colony, Colony, Madonna, Marie,
                                          training, enforcement and education
Kenton      Mayor Marc Otto               Erlanger Safe Routes to School Program (Arnett Elementary) - multiple sidewalk   $127,300.00
                                          projects, winter program, campaign materials, promotional products, walking
                                          school bus program




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Kenton     Mayor Marc Otto                 Erlanger Safe Routes to School Program (Arnett Elementary) - multiple         $127,300.00
                                           sidewalk projects, winter program, campaign materials, promotional
                                           products, walking school bus program
Kenton     City of Crescent Springs        St. Joseph School Sidewalk Project (Phase II): Phase II - Construction of     $163,840.00
                                           sidewalk along Western Reserve Road from Nordman Drive to Anderson
                                           Street. This construction will connect to the Phase I SRTS project.

Kenton     City of Ludlow                  Adela Avenue Sidewalk and Intersection Improvement: Installation of            $40,000.00
                                           pedestrian crossing at the intersection of Adela Avenue and Oak Street
                                           and Adela Avenue and KY 8 (Elm Street). Installation of a sidewalk along
                                           Adela Avenue between Ludlow Middle School and Ludlow High School.

Letcher    Letcher County Board of         This project will provide a 2,550 linear foot sidewalk system that will       $192,000.00
           Education                       connect KY 15 West to school buildings. It will provide a feasible way for
                                           students to walk and bicycle to school.
Logan      Superintendent Roger D. Cook    Safer Routes to School for Russellville Schools (Stevenson Elementary and     $135,000.00
                                           Russellville Middle) - public awareness campaigns, educational materials,
                                           student training, crosswalks and sidewalks, walking school bus program
Logan      City of Adairville              Funds will be used to create a network of walkways around Adairville           $40,000.00
                                           Elementary School. Funds will also be used for promotional items to
                                           encourage the children to walk and bike.
Marion     Superintendent Roger Marcum     Lebanon Elementary Safe Routes to School - crossing on Main Street/US 68,     $137,000.00
                                           sidewalks on Veterans Drive and MLK Avenue, lighting, bike racks, education
                                           and encouragement
Nicholas   City of Carlisle                The project will also include construction of a new sidewalk section,         $174,000.00
                                           diverting student pedestrians away from a busy intersection and moving
                                           traffic.
Oldham     Oldham County PW                North Oldham Campus SRTS - project includes planning, design, and             $192,000.00
                                           construction of two trails totaling 4,000 ft long, and also includes
                                           educational programs focusing on bike and pedestrian safety
Russell    Russell County Board of         This project will provide educational courses, materials, and sidewalk         $57,650.00
           Education                       enhancements to help ensure safety. The project will tie together
                                           sidewalks that run adjacent to HWY 127 and the Russell County Middle
                                           School.
Simpson    City of Franklin                This project includes funding that will effect three schools in the City of   $175,000.00
                                           Franklin. Funds will be used for sidewalks, crossings, educational
                                           materials and safety training.

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Trigg      Mayor Lyn Bailey              Cadiz Safe Routes to School Trigg County Elementary and Middle Schools -            $246,600.00
                                         sidewalks, pedestrian walk light, pavement markings, educational materials, bike
                                         racks
Warren     Judge Michael O. Buchanon     Safe Routes to School in Warren County (five city schools) - assessment,            $196,000.00
                                         public awareness campaigns, education, enforcement, sidewalks

Whitley    Mayor Nelson E. Miller        City of Corbin Safe Routes to School Project (Central Elementary, Corbin            $195,000.00
                                         Middle, South Elementary, Saint Camillus) - 24,540 feet of sidewalk along 12
                                         streets surrounding schools, pavement markings, signage
Woodford   Woodford County               Tiger Bikes – SRTS Program, Woodford County: Provide funding for the                 $15,036.00
                                         Woodford County Middle School Bicycle Program designed to give
                                         students the knowledge and skills to ride bikes safely to and from school.
                                         Funds will be used to purchase bicycles, equipment, and training for the
                                         program.


                                                                                                                            $7,339,277.00




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