INDIAN LAKE BLVD
Widen or replace existing 2-lane Indian Lake Blvd Bridge over SR-386 with a new 6-lane bridge and add extra lane to westbound on-ramp and lengthen this ramp.
Bike/ped facilities to be included.
STATUS: Bike/Ped was NOT included.
No Explamation as reason
$192,555 to construct 0.3 mile of sidewalk from Morris Drive north to Jennings in the Hawkins Middle School area. It is an extension of the existing sidewalk / trail which runs from Walton Ferry Elementary School past Windstar Bay and Chesapeake Harbor to Morris Drive and includes a pedestrian bridge. .
$1,190,400 grant for Phase 3 of the Bike Trail System starting at Memorial Park and running south along the west side of Drakes Creek / Old Hickory Lake and along Sanders Ferry Road to Mallard Point.
STATUS: Revisions failed CMAQ
- Grant was for a 5-mile route
- Only able to do 1 mile
- Future - Under review
INDIAN LAKE GREENWAY
2003: Grant to build trail between Nanny
Berry and Wessington Schools
STATUS: Not constructed as proposed.
- Insufficient funds
- Cost errors by Engineering firm
2009: Halo completed the failed TEP project with walking trails, playgrounds and other recreational amenities that added "outdoor living space" to nearly 400-acre Indian Lake Village.
Neighboring communities have partici-pated in following Active Transportation grants. Hendersonville did not.
- 3 MPO Grants - $12.5 Million each
FAST Act increased funding for Trans-portation Alternative. MPO plans at least 2 RFP in next planning cycle.
Website Is Provided by the FOGBEE Bicycle Club
A LITTLE BIKE/PED HISTORY
2000: Mayor Hank Thompson pioneered a Bike and Pedestrian Master Plan. With less than a dozen of 347 cities in Tennessee having such plans, he was way ahead of the time.
- The city leaders passed the sidewalk ordinance requiring new construction to have safe routes for pedestrians. (Subdiv Regs: 3-103.1)
2003: Mayor Jim Fuqua established a Bike and Pedestrian Review Committee.
2006: Bike/Ped Sub-committee (aka the Greenways Committee and part of Hendersonville Tommorrow Committee initiates effort to obtain greenways.
2009: Hendersonville conducted a Land Use and Transportation charret, included 2006 Revision, and adopted Complete Streets policy.
2009: Greenways and park added to Streets of Indian Lake
2011: Safe Routes to School grant for Walton Ferry
2012: Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality grant to build a bike/ped trail along the west shore of Drakes Creek.
- First RFQ received no bids.
2014: Hendersonville gets its FIRST Bike Lanes on Gallatin Rd.
2016: Sanders Ferry Greenway received additional funding and let out for bids
- Second RFQ received one bid that was significantly over budget.
2016: Saundersville Greenway grant request submitted as CMAQ project linking library with Lower Station Camp Greenway
- City not awarded grant. Cancels project to focus on Sanders Ferry Greenway