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Other Bron Cleveland Transportation Projects

 1. Georgia College and State University bikeway and multi-purpose trail connecting the downtown campus to the west campus sports complex.  Baldwin County, GA

  • Project costs:  $1,000,000; $170,700 local; $829,300 federal/state.
  • Application for funding prepared by BCA.

 2. Beautification of the historic downtown commercial center. Blackshear, Georgia

  • Project cost: $375,000; $75,000 local; $300,000 federal/state.

 3. Landscaping and streetscaping of the downtown historic Adamson Square. Carrollton, GA

  • Project costs: $1,250,000; $250,000 local; $1,000,000 federal/state.
  • Application for funding prepared by BCA.

 4. Acquisition and adaptive re-use of the city’s historic passenger train depot as a visitor’s center. Carrollton, GA

  • Project costs: $750,000; $150,000 local; $600,000 federal/state.
  • Application for funding was prepared by BCA.

 5. Reconstruction of the city’s demolished train depot for use as a visitor’s center. Cedartown, Georgia 

  • Project cost:  $655,500; 131,100 local; $542,400 federal/state.

 6. Completion of the downtown, historic downtown O'Neal Plaza (TEA-21 project). Douglasville, Georgia

  • Project cost: $493,500; $98,750 local; $395,000 federal/state.
  • TEA application for funding prepared by BCA.

 7. Beautification, rehabilitation and revitalization of the historic downtown commercial center and surrounding area. Duluth, Georgia 

  • Project cost:  $1,360,000; $610,000 local; $750,000 federal/state.

 8. Town Green Pathways Livable Centers Initiative Project. Duluth, Georgia:

  • Project Cost: $1,026,400; $298,400 local; $728,000 federal/state.

 9. Davenport Road Extension Livable Centers Initiative (LCI project). Duluth, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $477,500; $89,200 local; $388,300 federal/state.

10. Highway 120 Realignment Livable Centers Initiative (LCI project). Duluth, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $1,757,500; $257,500 local; $1,500,000 federal/state.

11. Ridgeway Road Extension / Hospital Connector Livable Centers Initiative (LCI project). Duluth, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $3,623,200; $326,100 local; $3,297,100 federal/state.
  • LCI application for funding prepared by BCA.

12. Development of a bicycle and canoe trail as part of the Ebenezer Creek Greenway (ISTEA and TEA-21 project). Effingham County, GA

  • Project costs: $932,150; $180,430 local; $751,721 federal/state and foundation grants.
  • TEA and foundation applications for funding were prepared by BCA.

13. Rehabilitation and adaptive re-use of the U.S. Coast Guard Station on St. Simons Island as a community museum (ISTEA and TEA-21 project). Glynn County, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $696,000; $130,000 local; $566,000 federal/state and foundation grants.
  • ISTEA TEA-21, Georgia Humanities Council and M. K. Pentacost Ecology Fund applications for funding prepared by BCA.

14. Beautification, rehabilitation and revitalization of the historic downtown area. Hapeville, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $625,000; $125,000 local; $500,000 federal/state.

15. Completion of rehabilitation of the historic railroad depot. Holly Springs, Georgia

  • Project costs: $125,000; $21,300 local; $103,700 federal/state.

16. Creation of a 29 mile historic sites and museums driving tour. Liberty County, GA

  • Project cost: $1,125,000; $200,000 local; $925,000 federal/state.
  • TEA applications (two) for funding prepared by BCA.

17. Acquisition, rehabilitation and adaptive re-use of an historic filling/gas station on the city square as a visitor’s center (TEA-21 project).  McDonough, Georgia:

  • Project cost:  $514,125; $102,825 local; $411,300 federal/state.
  • TEA application for funding prepared by BCA.

18. Residential and commercial area sidewalks and related drainage. Perry, GA

  • Project cost: $875,000; $54,500 local; $555,200 federal/state.
  • TEA application for funding prepared by BCA.

19. Residential and commercial area sidewalks, bike facilities and lighting improvements (CMAQ project). Union City, Georgia: 

  • Project cost:  $673,750; $118,550 local; $555,200 federal/state.
  • CMAQ applications (three) for funding prepared by BCA.

20. Commercial area revitalization and government centers landscaping and streetscaping (ISTEA and TEA-21 projects). Union City, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $711,600; $142,300 local; $569,300 federal/state.
  • TEA applications (two) for funding prepared by BCA.

21. Shannon Parkway Bike/Ped System. Commercial area sidewalks, bike facilities and lighting improvements (CMAQ project). Union City, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $695,000; $139,000 local; $556,000 federal/state.
  • CMAQ application for funding prepared by BCA.

22. Residential neighborhoods streetscape improvements (TEA-21 project).Union City, Georgia:  

  • Project cost:  $625,000; $125,000 local; $500,000 federal/state.
  • TEA application for funding prepared by BCA.

Other Bron Cleveland Livable Center Initiative (LCI) Projects

 1.  LCI Supplemental Study: Copeland Street and Hood Street Bypass Alternatives Study. McDonough, Georgia

  • Project costs: $40,000; $20,000 local; $20,000 federal/state.
  • LCI application for funding prepared by BCA.

 2. Douglasville, Georgia LCI Five Year Update: City of Douglasville’s LCI Plan Update as required by ARC.

 3. Duluth LCI Five Year Update: City of Duluth’s LCI Plan Update as required by ARC.

 4. Davenport Road Extension Livable Centers Initiative (LCI project). Duluth, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $477,500; $89,200 local; $388,300 federal/state.

 5. Highway 120 Realignment Livable Centers Initiative (LCI project). Duluth, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $1,757,500; $257,500 local; $1,500,000 federal/state.

 6. Ridgeway Road Extension / Hospital Connector Livable Centers Initiative (LCI project). Duluth, Georgia:

  • Project cost:  $3,623,200; $326,100 local; $3,297,100 federal/state.
  • LCI application for funding prepared by BCA.
Other Bron Cleveland Redevelopment and Revitalization Projects

 1. Beautification and revitalization of the historic downtown commercial center (ISTEA project). Douglasville, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $437,500; $87,500 local; $350,000 federal/state.  TEA application for funding prepared by BCA.

 2. Completion of the downtown, historic O’Neal Plaza (TEA-21 project). Douglasville, Georgia: 

  • Project cost: $493,750; $98,750 local; $395,000 federal/state.
  • TEA application for funding prepared by BCA.

 3. Beautification, rehabilitation and revitalization of the historic downtown commercial center and surrounding area (TEA-21 project). Duluth, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $1,360,000; $610,000 local; $750,000 federal/state.

 4. Davenport Road Extension Livable Centers Initiative (LCI project).  Duluth, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $477,500; $89,200 local; $388,300 federal/state.

 5. Highway 120 Realignment Livable Centers Initiative (LCI project). Duluth, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $1,757,500; $257,500 local; $1,500,000 federal/state.

 6. Ridgeway Road Extension / Hospital Connector Livable Centers Initiative (LCI project). Duluth, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $3,623,200; $326,100 local; $3,297,100 federal/state.
  • LCI application for funding prepared by BCA.

 7. Towne Green Pathways Livable Centers Initiative. Duluth, Georgia

  • Project cost:  1,516,667; $606,667 local; $910,000 federal/state.

 8. Beautification, rehabilitation and revitalization of the historic downtown area (TEA-21 project); including, streetscaping and landscaping. Jesup, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $535,000; $120,000 local; $415,000 federal/state.
  • TEA applications for funding prepared by BCA.

 9. Livable Centers Initiative Study (LCI project). McDonough, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $93,750; $18,750 local; $75,000 federal/state.
  • LCI application for funding prepared by BCA.

10. Rehabilitation of sidewalks leading to and within the historic downtown city square (CMAQ project); including, decorative signage and streetlights. McDonough, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $405,000; $81,000 local; $324,000 federal/state.
  • CMAQ applications for funding prepared by BCA.

11. South Fulton Revitalization, Inc.:  Roosevelt Highway Corridor Enhancements Plan (TEA-21 project).  Fulton County, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $375,000; $75,000 local; $300,000 federal/state.
  • TEA application for funding and foundation applications for funding prepared by BCA.

12. Commercial area revitalization and government centers landscaping and streetscaping (ISTEA and TEA-21 projects). Union City, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $711,600; $142,300 local; $569,300 federal/state.
  • TEA applications for funding prepared by BCA.

13. Neighborhood sidewalks in various locations (TEA-21 project). Union City, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $625,000; $125,000 local; $500,000 federal/state.
  • TEA application for funding prepared by BCA.

14. Residential and commercial area sidewalks, bike facilities and lighting improvements (three CMAQ projects). Union City, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $1,368,750; $257,550 local; $1,111,200 federal/state.
  • CMAQ applications for funding prepared by BCA.

Other BCA Greenspace and Greenways Projects

 1. Candler Park Brook Restoration project daylighting the creek through the Candler Park golf course. Atlanta, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $875,000; $350,000 local; $525,000 federal/state.

 2. Georgia College and State University bikeway and multi-purpose trail connecting the downtown campus to the west campus sports complex. Baldwin County, GA

  • Project costs:  $1,000,000; $170,700 local; $829,300 federal/state.
  • Application for funding prepared by BCA.

 3. Anneewakee Greenway. Douglasville, Georgia

 4. Urban and community forest strategy; including, tree canopy measurement and analysis, CityGREEN software and updating the tree ordinance. Forest Park, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $48,000; $28,000 local; $20,000 federal/state.
  • Federal/state applications for funding prepared by BCA.

 5. Acquisition of a 16.47 mile rail corridor for a rails- to-trails project. Jefferson County, Alabama (Birmingham)

  • Project cost: $1,500,000.

 6. A broadcast quality video for statewide distribution of the greenway planning process as a demonstration for other communities to follow. Jesup, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $54,300; $14,800 local; $39,500 federal/state.
  • Federal/state applications for funding prepared by BCA.

 7. Better tools for urban forestry; including, tree canopy measurement and analysis, and CityGREEN software. Roswell, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $36,690; $19,690 local; $17,000 federal/state.
  • Federal/state applications for funding prepared by BCA.

 8. Memorial Park Playground Redevelopment Project. Land and Water Conservation Fund pre-application and full application. Tybee Island, Georgia:

  • Project award: $100,000.

 9. Multipurpose trail and related hardscaping and landscaping for Ronald Bridges Park (ISTEA project). Union City, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $691,600; $138,300 local; $553,300 federal/state.
  • TEA application for funding prepared by BCA.

10. Multipurpose trail and related hardscaping and landscaping for Ronald Bridges Park. Union City, Georgia

  • Project cost: $691,600; $138,300 local; $53,300 federal/state.
  • TEA application for funding prepared by BCA.

11. Greenspace plan and application. Wayne County, Georgia

  • Project cost:  $17,000 local.
Other BCA Historic Preservation and Rehabilitation Projects

 1. Historic resources survey of approximately 250 buildings within the city limits. Blackshear, Georgia:

  • Project cost: $5,000; $2,000 local; $3,000
  • Historic Preservation Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources grant was prepared by BCA.

 2. Acquisition, rehabilitation and adaptive re-use of the city’s historic train depot as a visitor’s center (TEA-21 project). Carrollton, Georgia

  • Project cost: $750,000; $150,000 local; $600,000 federal/state.
  • TEA application for funding was prepared by BCA.

 3. Preparation of a landscaping plan for the median and both shoulders of the widening of Jonesboro Road into the City of McDonough. Henry County, Georgia

  • Project cost: $14,000.

 4. Rehabilitation and adaptive re-use of the U.S. Coast Guard Station on St. Simons Island as a community museum. Glynn County, Georgia:

  • Project cost: $696,000; $130,000 local; $566,000 federal/state and foundation grants.
  • TEA and Georgia Humanities Council and M. K. Pentacost Ecology Fund applications for funding were prepared by BCA.

 5. Completion of rehabilitation of the historic railroad depot. Holly Springs, Georgia:

  • Project costs: $125,000; $21,300 local; $103,700 federal/state.

 6. Creation of a 29 mile historic sites and museums driving tour (ISTEA project). Liberty County, Georgia

  • Project cost: $1,125,000; $200,000 local; $925,000 federal/state.
  • TEA applications for funding were prepared by BCA.

 7. Nacoochee Station Partners: master plan for 847 acre tract straddling the Chattahoochee River from the city limits of Helen to the Hardman Farm Tract.

  • All private funding.
   
BCA Representative Projects

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