Harding Place Sidewalk and Pedestrian Enhancement Project Moves Forward
February 24, 2014
Construction to begin this week
NASHVILLE, TENN. – The Harding Place Sidewalk and Pedestrian Enhancement Project is moving forward and crews are anticipated to break ground on Phase 1 this week. Intermittent lane closures should be expected in the outside eastbound lane throughout the duration of construction. Metro Public Works will monitor traffic conditions throughout the construction to ensure the least disruption.
One of the early construction tasks includes a large outcropping of rock that will be hammered out. All rock excavation will be completed during daytime hours.
This project is being managed locally by Metro Public Works and is funded through a federal transportation enhancement grant awarded by the Tennessee Department of Transportation. The project involves the construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian enhancements along the south side of Harding Place in three phases between Timberhill Drive and I-24 and will provide pedestrians a safer way to walk from their homes to retail shops, restaurants and transit, as well as to church and school.
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Enhancements will be added in three phases.
Phase One: Timberhill Drive to Danby Drive.
- 3200 linear feet of sidewalk
- Project includes curb and gutter, pedestrian crosswalks and signals
- Construction cost estimate is $1.3 million with .8 million in federal funding
- Anticipated completion by fall 2014
Phase Two: Nolensville Pike to I-24.
- 7600 linear feet of sidewalk
- Project includes construction of new sidewalk, curb and gutter, pedestrian crosswalks, pedestrian signals and a pedestrian bridge over Seven Mile Creek
- Construction cost estimate is $4 million with $1.9 million in TDOT Enhancement Grant funding
- Project is in the Right-of-way phase - acquiring property and property settlements
- Construction is anticipated to begin summer 2014.
- Anticipated completion by fall 2015.
Phase Three: Danby Drive to Nolensville Pike
- 5800 linear feet of sidewalk
- Project includes construction of new sidewalk, curb and gutter, pedestrian crosswalks and pedestrian signals
- TDOT Enhancement Grant recently awarded for $5.9M.
- Construction is anticipated to begin in 2017.