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Falls Road Shared Use Path Awarded to finalize design (30-100%) of a 1.7-mile shared-use path on the east side of Falls Road (MD189) from Potomac Tennis Lane to Tuckerman Lane. Maryland 2020 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Potomac Montgomery $1,230,000 $410,000 $1,640,000
Phase III, Towpath Rehabilitation: A Safe Towpath Awarded construction funding to repair and rehabilitate 12 miles of Chesapeake and Ohio Canal (C&O Canal) towpath surface. The 12 mile section of the C&O Canal towpath in Maryland from Seneca Aqueduct (Towpath Mile 23) through Edwards Ferry (Towpath Mile 30) and from White Ferry, Maryland (Towpath 36) to Dickerson Conservation Park (Towpath Mile 39). Maryland 2020 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Seneca Creek Montgomery $1,027,632 $475,605 $1,503,237
North Stonestreet Avenue: Street and Sidewalk Improvements Awarded 100% design funding that include the pedestrian/bicyclist final alignment and cross-section for Park Road and N. Stonestreet Ave that incudes sidewalks, improved street lighting and landscaping. Maryland 2020 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Rockville Montgomery $280,000 $70,000 $350,000
Bohemia Trail An approximately 8,000 linear foot shared use trail leading from Chesapeake City?ɬ¢?¢‚Ǩ¬¢?¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢s municipal dock on Back Creek Mooring Basin to the Bohemia Manor School Complex entrance off of Basil Avenue. The portion of the project between the George Street overlook Maryland 2013 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Chesapeake City Cecil $1,354,588 $0 $344,645 $1,699,233
Forest Glen Sidewalk To complete preliminary design for a sidewalk and a separated bike lane along the north side of Forest Glen Road from Woodland Drive to Sligo Creek Parkway. Maryland 2018 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Rockville Montgomery $198,400 $0 $49,600 $248,000
Chamber Avenue Green Street/Complete Street Project Awarded construction funding to construct traffic calming measures, bring sidewalks, curbs and ped crossings to be ADA compliant. Also address direct storm water run off and a designated bike lanes, signage and street lighting along the corridor of Chamber Ave and Capitol Heights Blvd. Maryland 2020 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Capitol Heights Prince George's $250,000 $50,000 $300,000
Scott/Viers Drive Shared Use Path Feasibility study to determine the optimal allignment and preliminary engeineering for 1.2-mile shared-use path along Scott Drive and Veirs Drive. Maryland 2018 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Rockville Montgomery $480,000 $0 $120,000 $60,000
Flower Avenue Installing ADA compliant sidewalks, crosswalks, street lights, improve access to bus pads, stormwater retention facilities along one mile of Flower Avenue. Maryland 2013 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Takoma Park Montgomery $1,040,330 $0 $1,108,695 $2,149,025
Dobbin Road/McGaw Road Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements Design a shared-use pathway, sidewalks, and crosswalks along Dobbin Road and McGaw Road from Oakland Mill Road to Stanford Boulevard. This new infrastructure would provide pedestrians and bicycles access from an existing pathway and existing transit stops to the businesses and employers in the area. Maryland 2019 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Columbia Howard $220,000 $55,000 $275,000
Jones Falls Trail Improvements at Inner Harbor This project will reduce conflicts by staining the existing 11-foot wide path green and creating a two-way concrete path to better illustrate the trail for pedestrians and parked trucks. Maryland 2015 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Baltimore Baltimore City $313,728 $0 $78,432 $392,160
Ma & PA Connector Trail Segment 3 Construct a 2.5-mile connection between the two existing sections of the Ma & Pa trail in Harford County from Williams Street to Melrose Lane where the existing trail head Blake’s Venture Park is located. Phase One begins at Edgeley Grove Park and goes to Town of Bel Air at Williams Street. Phase Two extends from Blake's Venture Park to Friends Park in Forest Hill. (MPO & State joint funded) Maryland 2019 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Bel Air-Forest Hill Harford $2,756,586 $3,585,677 $6,234,263
Phase 2, Towpath Rehabilitation; A Safe Towpath Repair and rehabilitate 10 miles of C&O Canal towpath surface from Nolans Ferry (Towpath Mile 44) to Brunswick (Towpath Mile 54). This project will remove hazards, provide a more durable trail surface, and will contribute to a safer trail for bikers and hikers. Maryland 2019 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Washington Washington $1,027,632 $475,605 $1,503,237
Cannery Park Rail to Trails To construct a 1/3 of a mile multi-modal bike path from Cedar Street to Washington Street near Dorchester Avenue. Maryland 2018 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Cambridge Dorchester $176,560 $0 $44,140 $220,700
Feasibility Study for Pedestrian Connection between Cherry Hill and Patapsco Light Rail Station The proposed project consists of a feasibility study to provide a safe and ADA-compliant pedestrian crossing from the south part of Cherry Hill at Denham Circle and/or Bethune Road to the Patapsco Light Rail Station. Maryland 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Baltimore Baltimore City $120,000 $0 $30,000 $150,000
Ellicott City/Oella Pedestrian Improvements To design a bicycle and pedestrian bridge connetcing the Trolley Line #9 Trail to Maine Street in Ellicott City crossing the Patapsco River. Maryland 2018 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Ellicott City Howard $92,000 $0 $23,000 $115,000
Pedestrian Access Improvements between Sharp-Leadenhall and Hamburg Street Light Rail Station The proposed project consists of pedestrian access improvements to the connection between the Sharp-Leadenhall area and the Hamburg Street Light Rail Station. This connection is located on the westbound sidewalk on Howard Street, parallel to Hamburg Street, and underneath the I-395 overpass.The pedestrian improvements will include ADA upgrades to platform shelters and sidewalk ramps, enhancement of pedestrian lighting and safety measures. Maryland 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Baltimore Baltimore City $240,000 $0 $60,000 $300,000
Ethan Allen Gateway Streetscape Traffic calming, widen existing sidewalks and pedestrian refuge islands, building new sidewalk, Install bike lanes, Install pedestrian lighting, Improve bus stops with new shelters and amenities, Manage + treat stormwater with ESD Maryland 2013 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Takoma Park Montgomery $1,225,123 $0 $1,172,421 $2,397,544
Dobbin Road/McGaw Road Bicycle and Pedestian Improvements To complete 100 percent design plans for a shared-use pathway, sidewalks, and crosswalks along Oakland Mills Road, Dobbin Road, and McGaw Roads. Maryland 2018 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Columbia Howard $176,000 $0 $44,000 $220,000
Falls Road East Shared Use Path This project will install a missing sidewalk segment between Dunster Road and Kimblewick Road along the east side of Falls Road. Maryland 2015 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Rockville Montgomery $99,703 $0 $24,926 $124,629
Baltimore Greenway Trails Network: Middle Branch Segment Complete design for Middle Bransh segment located connecting the Gwynns Fall's Trail to the Inner Harbor Promenade. Maryland 2018 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Baltimore Baltimore City $200,000 $0 $50,000 $250,000
Ma & Pa Connentor Trail Segment 2 Construct a 2.5-mile connection between the two existing sections of the Ma & Pa trail in Harford County from Williams Street to Melrose Lane where the existing trail head Blake’s Venture Park is located. Phase One begins at Edgeley Grove Park and goes to Town of Bel Air at Williams Street. Phase Two extends from Blake's Venture Park to Friends Park in Forest Hill. (MPO & State joint funded) Maryland 2019 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Bel Air-Forest Hill Harford $1,992,573 $1,200,000 $3,192,573
MD 355 - Clarksburg Shared Use Path and Sidewalk (DESIGN) This project will create a link in the existing trail network along MD 355 between Little Bennett Regional Park Trail and the Frederick Road Bike Path. Maryland 2015 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Clarksburg Montgomery $523,416 $0 $130,854 $654,270
Prince George's County Bike Share Program Phase 2 and 3B This project will expand the bike share system with the purchase of eight stations. Maryland 2018 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Prince George County Prince George's $18,273 $0 $4,568 $22,841
TCBT Bridge Rehabilitation To evaluate the maintenance needed of the 37 bridges along the TCBT trail. Maryland 2018 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Baltimore Baltimore $14,800 $0 $37,000 $185,000
Central Avenue Connector - Phase III To complete preliminary engineering (30 percent design) for 0.32 miles of pedestrian and bicycle bridge structures including two trail crossings. Maryland 2016 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Hyattsville Prince George's $109,400 $0 $27,350 $136,750
Baltimore Greenway Trails Network: Middle Branch Segment Complete design for the 0.8 mile Middle Branch segment located along Middle Branch of the Patapsco River, connecting the Gwynns Fall's Trail to the Inner Harbor Promenade. Maryland 2019 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Baltimore City Baltimore City $250,000 $62,500 $312,500
Golden Mile Multimodal Access Project To complete 100 percent design plans for an approximately 1.25-mile shared-use path along the north side of US 40 between Baughman’s Lane and Waverly Drive. Maryland 2018 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Frederick Frederick $549,047 $0 $137,262 $686,309
Aberdeen MARC Station Connectivity Enhancement To improved connectivity to the Aberdeen Train Station and transit waiting area through design and construction of sidewalks along Taft Street and East Bel Air Ave; as well as installation of lighting, enhanchement of waiting area enhancement to transit waiting area, landscaping, wayfinding, installation of bike wheeling channels Maryland 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Aberdeen Harford $700,000 $0 $296,342 $996,342
Golden Mile Multimodal Access Project Design an approximately 1.25-mile multi-modal shared-use path connection to improve transit access, on time improvement, and general safety for pedestrians and bicycles. The trail will be located along the Golden Mile Corridor on the north side of US 40 W. Patrick Street between Baughman’s Lane and Waverley Drive. Maryland 2019 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Frederick Frederick $686,309 $171,577 $857,866
Solomons Sidewalks Construction of sidewalks on the east side of Solomon's Island Road from approximately 440' north of Langley Lane to the intersection of Alexander Street. Maryland 2013 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Solomons Calvert $904,440 $0 $226,110 $1,130,550
Sligo Creek Trail Improvements - Park Valley Rd To construct an off-road trail within Sligo Creek Stream Valley Park. Maryland 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Silver Spring Montgomery $548,000 $0 $137,000 $685,000
Bus Stop Accessibility Upgrade at Rail Stations The project will upgrade five bus stops of the MDOT MTA’s Baltimore Link Local Bus System to be ADA compliant. Maryland 2020 102 (TAP) 102. Construction, planning, and design of infrastructure-related projects and systems that will provide safe routes for non-drivers Baltimore City Baltimore City $172,000 $34,400 $206,400
Salisbury Scenic Drive Rails with Trails Construct an approximately 7,456 linear foot trail utilizing a path adjacent to an existing railroad to connect pedestrians, bicyclists, and other non-motorized transportation users to various parts of the city, while also relieving transportation system congestion. Maryland 2019 103 (TAP) 103. Conversion and use of abandoned railroad corridors for trails for pedestrians, bicyclists, or other nonmotorized transportation users Salisbury Wicomico $722,523 $144,505 $867,028
Cannery Park Rails to Trails Rennovate 1/3 of a mile of abandoned rail line that will become a multi-modal bike access path from Cedar Street to Washington Street near Dorchester Avenue in Cambridge. Maryland 2019 103 (TAP) 103. Conversion and use of abandoned railroad corridors for trails for pedestrians, bicyclists, or other nonmotorized transportation users Dorchester Cambridge $220,700 $125,000 $345,700
City Park Train Hub Locomotive Refurbishment and Pavilion Replacement This project will construct a new pavilion/shelter over Steam Engine 202 that will display the rare locomotive and allow better access. The project would also include refurbishing the locomotive to its original appearance. Maryland 2020 106 (TAP) 106. Historic preservation and rehabilitation of historic transportation facilities Hagerstown Washington $396,000 $79,200 $475,200
Rehabilitate Canal Interpretive Complex Water Intake Replace the buried intake system with a modern water intake screen and install a new pressurized backwash system that will supply water for an operational level within _ mile long historic canal. These improvements will allow Lock 44 to be operational for Maryland 2013 106 (TAP) 106. Historic preservation and rehabilitation of historic transportation facilities Williamsport Washington $297,000 $0 $287,781 $584,781
Historic Red Caboose Restoration at President Street Station This project involves relocating and restoring a historic red caboose. Following the restoration, the caboose will be transported to the President Street Station for public use. Maryland 2015 106 (TAP) 106. Historic preservation and rehabilitation of historic transportation facilities Baltimore Baltimore City $60,000 $0 $37,477 $97,477
Rehabilitation and Preservation of Ridgely Railroad Station, Phase I The project will rehabilitate and restore an historic railroad depot (opened in 1892) to its original configuration and appearance. Maryland 2013 106 (TAP) 106. Historic preservation and rehabilitation of historic transportation facilities Ridgely Caroline $297,000 $0 $318,201 $615,201
Stormwater Management Pond Repair and Retrofit at Warren Road Light Rail Station Design and construct a retrofit for the existing storm water management (SWM) facility located at the Warren Road Light Rail station to treat 2.9 acres of impervious surface. Maryland 2019 109 (TAP) 109. Any environmental mitigation activity, including pollution prevention and pollution abatement activities and mitigation to address stormwater management Hunt Valley Baltimore $700,000 $140,000 $840,000
Stormwater Management Pond Repair and Retrofit at Warren Road Light Rail Station Design and construct a retrofit for the existing storm water management facility. Maryland 2018 109 (TAP) 109. Any environmental mitigation activity, including pollution prevention and pollution abatement activities and mitigation to address stormwater management Hunt Valley Baltimore $560,000 $0 $140,000 $700,000
SRTS Hagerstown Miscellaneous Safety Improvements Install permanent speed display signs on Maryland Avenue to advise drivers of their speed; to complete sidewalk widening, safety railing and lighting on West Memorial Boulevard; and to install a mid-block crosswalk beacon on Northern Avenue at Fountaindale Elementary School. Maryland 2019 301 (TAP) 301. Safe routes to school infrastructure Hagerstown Washington $156,000 $31,200 $187,200
SRTS.Bayly Road Sidewalk Installation of curb and gutter along with 5' wide sidewalk along Bayly Rd, starting at Mace's Lane and heading east to Race Street. Maryland 2017 301 (TAP) 301. Safe routes to school infrastructure Cambridge Dorchester $200,000 $0 $40,000 $240,000
Pedestrian Improvements and Connections for Edgemere and Sparrows Point Elementary School (SRTS) This project will construct 5 feet wide sidewalk with curb, gutter and ADA complaint ramps along the elementary school property. Maryland 2020 301 (TAP) 301. Safe routes to school infrastructure Baltimore City Baltimore City $160,000 $32,000 $192,000
Bel Air Elementary Pedestrian Bridge Replacement To replace the existing pedestrian bridge at Bel Air Elementary School with a 135-linear foot, eight-foot-wide prefabricated truss bridge. Maryland 2018 301 (TAP) 301. Safe routes to school infrastructure Cumberland Allegany $256,000 $0 $64,000 $320,000
SRTS Hagerstown Miscellaneous Safety Improvements Install permanent speed display signs on Maryland Ave.; and to install a mid-block crosswalk beacon on Northern Ave. at Fountaindale Elem. School. Maryland 2018 301 (TAP) 301. Safe routes to school infrastructure Hagerstown Washington $124,800 $0 $31,200 $156,000
SRTS_Takoma Park Improvements To design and construct a bump out at the intersection of Philadelphia and Park Avenues for traffic calming, and install crosswalks, raised intersections, and sidewalks along Hodges Lane and Chestnut Avenue. Non-infrastructure improvements include educational programming, enforcement, outreach, and encouragement activities. Maryland 2016 301 (TAP) 301. Safe routes to school infrastructure Takoma Park Montgomery $275,000 $0 $55,000 $330,000
SRTS_Haven Rd and Pennsylvania Ave Safety Upgrades To install sidewalks and upgrades to pedestrian facilities on Haven Road, Outer Drive and Glenwood Avenue for students traveling from the Carroll Heights neighborhood to Fountaindale Elementary School and Northern Middle School. Maryland 2016 301 (TAP) 301. Safe routes to school infrastructure Hagerstown Washington $440,000 $0 $88,000 $528,000
SRTS.Potomac Street at Howard Street Signal Improvements Replace existing traffic signal with modern equipment including countdown pedestrian signals and audible pedestrian system. Maryland 2017 301 (TAP) 301. Safe routes to school infrastructure Hagerstown Washington $264,000 $0 $66,000 $330,000
SRTS_Crittenden and 52nd Avenue Improvements To construct approximately 1,070 linear feet of sidewalk, ramp, curb and gutter along 52nd Avenue and Crittenden Street. Non-infrastructure activities include hosting an event to promote pedestrian safety. Maryland 2016 301 (TAP) 301. Safe routes to school infrastructure Edmonston Prince George's $179,250 $0 $38,850 $218,100
Takoma Park Improvement Project 2020 (SRTS) Awarded the City for bike and pedestrian safety curriculum and funding the iCan Shine Camp for two years to teach special needs students to ride bicycles. Maryland 2020 302 (TAP) 302. Safe routes to school programs Takoma Park Montgomery $86,494 $21,624 $108,118
Traffic Signal Replacement at Intersection of Frederick Street & Eastern Blvd (SRTS) This project will replace existing traffic signals with modern equipment including countdown pedestrian signals and audible pedestrian system. Replace all sidewalk ramps with accessible ramps. Maryland 2020 302 (TAP) 302. Safe routes to school programs Hagerstown Washington $228,000 $45,600 $273,600
SRTS_Town of Rock Hall Non-Infrastructure educational and marketing activities such as walking and bicycling safety classes. In addition to the purchase of bicycle helmets and bicycles. Maryland 2016 302 (TAP) 302. Safe routes to school programs Rock Hall Kent $1,000 $0 $200 $1,200
SRTS AA Co. Bicycle Safety Training An accessibility study to identify existing mobility options around elementary/ middle schools throughout the County and implement an educational bike/ped safety program. Maryland 2018 302 (TAP) 302. Safe routes to school programs 0 Anne Arundel $116,096 $0 $29,024 $145,120
SRTS Bicycle Safety Training Complete an accessibility study to identify existing mobility options around elementary and middle schools in Anne Arundel County. Educational bicycle and pedestrian safety program deployed at elementary schools. Maryland 2019 302 (TAP) 302. Safe routes to school programs Arnold Anne Arundel $145,120 $29,024 $174,144
Forest Glen Pedestrian Bridge Construct a pedestrian bridge along the west side of MD 97 (Georgia Avenue) in Montgomery County. The path will provide a safer connection between the Metro Station at Forest Glen Road and the communities south of I-495 by constructing grade-separated cr Maryland 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Forest Glen Montgomery $2,878,000 $0 $2,878,000 $5,756,000
Baltimore Promenade- Union Wharf Construction of 700 feet of promenade and bulkhead from Thames Street to the Belts Corp. property. Maryland 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Baltimore Baltimore City $2,371,733 $0 $2,371,733 $4,743,466
BWI Hiker/Biker Trail- Phase III/IV/VI Phase III: Bituminous concrete class I trail, from WB&A Road/Dorsey Road terminal to AMTRAK entrance at MD 170. (4 miles at 10' wide); Phase IV: Bituminous concrete class I trail, from Elm Road to MARC Station. ( 7,500 LF by 10' wide); Phase VI: Bitum Maryland 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities BWI Airport Anne Arundel $2,242,408 $0 $3,981,248 $6,223,656
Baltimore Waterfront Promenade - Inner Harbor East Re-construction of an 1100' waterfront pathway along Baltimore's Inner Harbor bordered by President Street to to the east, Aliceanna Street to the north, and the Inner Harbor to the west and south. Project includes re-construction of a bulkhead, a pile- Maryland 2011 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Baltimore Baltimore City $2,000,000 $0 $2,939,073 $4,939,073
Jones Falls Trail Phase IV Continuation of the Jones Falls Trail from the Woodberry Light Rail station to Cylburn Arboretum. Section IV will extend the existing trail an additional 2.4 miles north along the Jones Falls stream Maryland 2005 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Baltimore Baltimore City $2,000,000 $0 $2,226,815 $4,226,815
Herring Run Greenway Construction of new portions of an a 8 foot wide, trail on both sides of Herring Run Park between Harford Road and Sinclair Lane, extended on the west to Lake Montebello and Morgan State University, and on the east to a postal facility at Sinclair Lane. Maryland 2008 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Baltimore Baltimore City $1,980,000 $0 $1,980,000 $3,960,000
Three Notch Trail Phase VI Construction of a 10 foot wide, 5 mile long segment of the Three Notch Trail from MD 5 to MD 236 in Mechanicsville, MD. Will connect completed trail from Charlotte Hall phase and the Laurel Grove phase, providing a continuous 11 mile section from beyond Maryland 2012 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities St. Marys Anne Arundel $1,780,741 $0 $1,607,535 $3,388,276
Gwynn's Falls Trail - Phase III Construction of five miles of on- and off-road trail from the Carroll Park Golf Course to the inner harbor and the Middle Branch park system along the Patapsco River. This is the final phase of the 14-mile trail beginning at Leakin Park near I 70. Project Maryland 2001 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Baltimore Baltimore City $1,500,000 $0 $2,550,000 $4,050,000
District Heights Trail Constructed a 1.2 mile trail associated with the reconstruction of the District Heights Parkway. The roadway work and trail project were completed as one project. The trail is a non-motorized, multi-use trail system that links the District Heights Eleme Maryland 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities District Heights Prince George's $556,025 $0 $556,025 $1,112,050
Bowie New Town Center Pedestrian Bridge Constructed the Bowie Town Center Pedestrian Bridge over MD 197 (west of Northview Drive) and its connecting hiker/biker trails. This overpass has been a vital missing link in the regional trail system within the City. This overpass was recommended in t Maryland 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Bowie Prince George's $706,825 $0 $706,825 $1,413,650
Marshyhope Trail - Bridge As part of Phase 1, constructed a 10'-wide 175' bridge over the Marshyhope Creek for a pedestrian/biker trail on the waterfront in Federalsburg. This bridge linked DNR's Idylwild Wildlife Management Area with the Federalsburg marina, and was located 300' Maryland 1993 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Federalsburg Caroline $404,480 $0 $416,160 $820,640
Ellicott City/Oella Pedestrian Improvements Constructed pedestrian access rehabilitation (non-structural) to the MD 144 bridge over the Patapsco River. Compliments improvements associated with revitalization and economic enhancement of Oella and Ellicott City's commercial area from Ellicott Mills Maryland 1993 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Ellicott City Howard $134,499 $0 $118,316 $252,815
Solomons Riverwalk Constructed 16-foot-wide 1677-foot-long boardwalk from the Solomons Pier Restaurant to north of the tide box in Solomons. Bulkhead repair and rip rap placement done by SHA served as the project match. Advertised as part of SHA's MD 2/4 roadway work. Bo Maryland 1993 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Solomons Calvert $325,000 $0 $319,000 $644,000
Harborwalk Promenade Acquired a preservation easement on a property adjacent to the Baltimore Museum of Industry in Baltimore City. This is the southern terminus of the Baltimore Waterfront Promenade. Related improvements done by the Museum include pedestrian facilities, h Maryland 1993 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Baltimore Baltimore City $686,789 $0 $1,130,000 $1,816,798
Indian Head Boardwalk Construction of a 1,375 linear foot boardwalk 18 feet channelward of the Mean High Water line parallel to the Potomac River in the Town of Indian Head. Since the site is seperated from the Town by a small hill, the boardwalk will be accessed by way of an Maryland 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Indian Head Charles $1,504,100 $0 $1,504,100 $3,008,200
Annapolis Pathways Construction of segments of an 8' wide paved walking and biking path linking Truxtun Park to the Whiley Bates High School, including replacement of existing stairs, construction of a boardwalk, and landscaping. The entire project will be on existing road Maryland 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Annapolis Anne Arundel $282,079 $0 $431,500 $713,579
MD 8 Corridor Hiker-Biker Trail Construction of a six mile, 10 foot-wide, hiker/bike trail from the Matapeake Park Complex to Romancoke Pier. Trail will connect parks, public landings, and churches along MD 8. It will create a safe facility for hikers and bicyclists by separating them Maryland 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Kent Island Queen Anne's $440,001 $0 $477,000 $917,000
Wakefield Valley Community Trail Phase IIB Construction of an 8 foot wide, 1 mile in length multi-use trail. Maryland 2004 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Westminster Carroll $384,706 $0 $407,209 $791,915
BWI Hiker/Biker Trail- Phase I, Section 1 Phase I - Bituminous concrete class I trail, from B&A Trail to Andover High School (built as Red line revision to MD 162 (Aviation Boulevard) widening project. Section 1 : Hammonds Ferry Road to MD 176 (Dorsey Road). ( 4.5 miles by 12' wide) Spur : Maryland 1992 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities BWI Airport Anne Arundel $452,164 $0 $237,585 $689,749
C&O Canal - Rehabilitation Made desilting and stabilization repairs to the C&O Canal towpath, pedestrian bridges, and associated damages from January 1996 flooding. Funds transferred directly from SHA's FHWA account to the National Park Service. Maryland 1998 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Glen Echo Montgomery $500,000 $0 $500,000 $1,000,000
Northeast Collector Road Bike Path (Segment 1) Construction of a 2,650' long 10' wide bike path along the proposed Northeast Collector Road - Bike Path from MD 346 to Middle Neck Road. The path is the first segment of a proposed bike path that will continue from MD 346 to US 50. It will connect new Maryland 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Salisbury Wicomico $168,000 $0 $168,000 $336,000
Odenton Road Trail Phase I Construction of a bicycle/pedestrian to connect shopping center, school, senior center, library, and the Odenton MARC train station. The trail will become part of two national trail systems (the American Discovery Trail and the East Coast Greenway). Maryland 1998 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Odenton Anne Arundel $500,000 $0 $857,567 $1,357,567
Broken Land Parkway Pathway Construction of an 8 foot wide, 4,370 linear foot pathway, from Cradlerock Way to Stevens Forest Road, that includes connectors to the Howard Co. Spinal Pathway system, the Lake Elkhorn parking area, and widening of the existing 710 foot pathway along sou Maryland 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Columbia Howard $385,800 $0 $385,800 $771,600
Amtrak Station Entryway Improvement Train station upgrades including: Repave the general walkway, replace / improve lighting fixtures, increase station signage, install information kiosks, and upgrade planters. Project includes connection from the station to the Allegheny Highlands Trail. Maryland 2011 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Cumberland Allegany $243,103 $0 $243,103 $486,206
Spinal Pathway - Howard County IIIa Constructed 2.3 miles of an 4.3 mile trail from the former B&O Railroad bridge and archeological site to Savage Park. The section of trail from Lake Elkhorn to Savage Park provides an alternative 18.3 mile transportation connection from Centennial Park t Maryland 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Columbia Howard $284,530 $0 $1,452,880 $1,737,410
Wakefield Valley Community Trail Phase IIA Constructed a bike/pedestrian trail from Long Valley Drive to Tahoma Farm Road/Crossbridge Drive intersection. The 8'-wide 0.8 mile-long paved trail provides connections between neighborhoods, a baseball field, a shopping center, an historic site being de Maryland 1998 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Westminster Carroll $136,442 $0 $136,500 $272,942
Rockville Millennium Trail; Phase 1 Constructed a 2.5-mile long, 10'-wide, multi-use trail along Wootton Parkway. The segment starts at the Wootton Parkway/ Falls Rd intersection and continues along Wootton Parkway to the Wootton Parkway/Darnestown Rd intersection. This segment provided a Maryland 1999 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Rockville Montgomery $706,098 $0 $741,733 $1,447,831
Jonas Green Park Construction of trail head and pier reconstruction at the Jonas Green Park near Annapolis. This initiative is a cooperative project between the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, MDOT, and Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks Department. The Maryland 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Annapolis Anne Arundel $500,000 $0 $690,000 $1,190,000
North Bethesda Trail Construction of 3500 linear feet of ten foot-wide missing trail segments in Bethesda. The three missing segments include (1) Montgomery Drive from Beech Avenue to the end of Montgomery Drive (1,400 feet); (2) Fleming Avenue from Kingswood Road to Grosve Maryland 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Bethesda Montgomery $157,336 $0 $923,000 $1,080,336
Centennial Access Pathway Construction of a .5 mile, 8-foot-wide paved pathway and boardwalk connection from Old Annapolis Road (the Plum Tree Pathway) to Centennial Park at Woodland Road that will link business, residents, and recreation. The project includes a prefab bridge ove Maryland 1999 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Columbia Howard $250,000 $0 $275,000 $525,000
Frostburg Trail - Phase I Constructed a 2000-foot long, 10-foot wide, crushed limestone trail from Depot Road to the edge of Allegany County New Hope trailhead property, with multiple switchbacks, plus a 400 foot non-ADA section with stairs, in the City of Frostburg. A series of Maryland 2001 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Frostburg Allegany $148,326 $0 $289,440 $437,766
Marshyhope Waterfront Multi-use Trail As part of Phase I, constructed a 10'-wide 3000 linear foot pedestrian/biker trail on the waterfront in Federalsburg linking DNR's Idylwild Wildlife Management Area with the Federalsburg marina. Included revetment, plantings, system of small paths, lands Maryland 1993 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Federalsburg Caroline $120,103 $0 $151,558 $271,661
Sailwinds Park Boardwalk Construction of a boardwalk from the Sailwinds Visitor Center to the old US 50 Fishing Pier. The visitor center houses historic exhibits. The overall project included a pedestrian and bicycle promenade, scenic landscaping, picnic area, building construct Maryland 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Cambridge Dorchester $171,724 $0 $3,000,000 $3,171,724
Baywalk - Phase I Phase I: Constructed a 20-foot-wide 2000-foot boardwalk from First to Third Streets; a bike path; landscaping from First Street to Seventh Street; and fishing piers at the end of First, Second, and Third Streets in North Beach. The Town converted Bay Av Maryland 1993 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities North Beach Calvert $517,361 $0 $517,361 $1,034,722
Chesapeake Beach Boardwalk Construction a boardwalk, from north of Bayfront Park to 17th Street, and a timber walkway, from the Community Center to Harbor Road along MD 261, in the Town of Chesapeake Beach. Maryland 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Chesapeake Beach Calvert $375,280 $0 $375,280 $750,560
Baltimore Waterfront Promenade Construction of the last 12 segments toward completion of a 12 mile pedestrian promenade that extends from Canton in East Baltimore to the Baltimore Museum of Industry in south Baltimore. Segments totaled 5725 L.F. Maryland 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Baltimore Baltimore City $337,596 $0 $2,571,000 $2,908,596
Bicycle Safety Helmets Purchase of approximately 5700 safety helmets for distribution to the counties for their immediate distribution to selected children. Maryland 1998 2 (TE) 2. Pedestrian and bicycle safety and educational activities Statewide Statewide $20,000 $0 $20,000 $40,000
Maryland Roadside Debris and Safety Campaign The Outreach and Marketing Initiative would educate the motoring public about the dangers and hazards of roadside debris. Activities include; printing 25,000 brochures, media placements, construction of an Anti-litter Interactive Display, and the printing Maryland 2006 2 (TE) 2. Pedestrian and bicycle safety and educational activities Statewide Statewide $100,000 $0 $220,000 $320,000
Smart Moves A vigorous pedestrian safety campaign throughout Maryland urging street smarts through the new Street Smarts, Smart Moves campaign. SHA's will issue public service advertisements, produce a short video on bicycle and pedestrian safety for elementary and m Maryland 2002 2 (TE) 2. Pedestrian and bicycle safety and educational activities Statewide Statewide $550,206 $0 $554,580 $1,104,786
Pedestrian Safety Campaign Produced and distributed a pedestrian safety flyer. The Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) and Mass Transit Administration (MTA) aided in this program by posting posters and making flyers available to their customers. The SHA distributed flyers and post Maryland 1998 2 (TE) 2. Pedestrian and bicycle safety and educational activities Statewide Statewide $20,000 $0 $20,000 $40,000
Civil War Site Easements- South Mountain. Battlefield Acquisition of conservation easements on four properties (204 acres) in the Turners Gap area of the South Mountain Civil War Battlefield. Wolfinger (134.44 acres), Walters (32.66 acres), Devine (10 acres), and Wilson (26.9 acres). Maryland 2002 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Middletown Frederick $118,603 $0 $519,500 $638,103
MDOT/DNR - S. Mountain-Crampton's Gap Acquired fee simple or easements on 7 various-sized properties in the Crampton's Gap/Burketsville area of Frederick County that fell within the goals, definitions and guidelines for greenways. MDOT and DNR jointly funded protection of lands threatened b Maryland 1993 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Burkittsville Frederick $1,455,133 $0 $1,455,133 $2,910,266
Marshyhope Ponds, MDOT/DNR Acquired an abandoned sand and gravel extraction site. The site is more than 75 percent wetlands, and the ponds are 3-15 feet deep. Preservation of scenic view shed from MD 404. Maryland 1992 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Smithville Caroline $127,143 $0 $127,143 $254,286
White House Inn Acquired historic building and 26 acres including the Iron Brigade site, on the South Mountain Battlefield. Protection of US 40 Alt. view-shed. Located one mile east of Turner's Gap and Washington County line on US 40 alt. Maryland 1992 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Turner's Gap Frederick $118,480 $0 $237,400 $355,880
Holly Beach Farm Acquire the Holly Beach Farm (300 +/- acres) to preserve the scenic viewshed of the Chesapeake Bay from US 50. Maryland 2000 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Annapolis Anne Arundel $2,875,000 $0 $4,375,000 $7,250,000
North Point Battlefield Fee simple acquisition of the 9-acre parcel of land in the Dundalk area of Baltimore County, title to be held by DNR. The property, located at Trappe Road and North Point Road, is historically significant to the War of 1812. Maryland 2005 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Dundalk Baltimore $875,000 $0 $1,500,000 $2,375,000
MDOT/DNR -S Mountain-Fox Turner Gap Acquired fee simple or easements on 5 various-sized properties in the Fox's/Turner's Gap area of Frederick County that fell within the goals, definitions and guidelines for greenways. MDOT and DNR jointly funded protection of lands threatened by develop Maryland 1993 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Turner's Gap Frederick $763,666 $0 $763,666 $1,527,332
Sera Property Acquired easement of 9.125 acre site, from Central Maryland Heritage League, to protect view-shed of the Fox's Gap area of the South Mountain Battlefield site and US 40 Alt. Maryland 1992 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Boonsboro Washington $58,400 $0 $61,500 $119,900
MDOT/DNR -North Central Trail Acquisition of and/or easements on one property, in Anne Arundel County, that fall within the goals, definitions and guidelines for greenways. MDOT and DNR jointly funded protection of lands threatened by development or inappropriate use. Maryland 1993 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Weisburg Baltimore $49,926 $0 $49,926 $99,852
MDOT/DNR -Appalachian Trail Acquisition of one property (from Lowery) in Washington County, that fell within the goals, definitions and guidelines for greenways. MDOT and DNR jointly funded protection of lands threatened by development or inappropriate use. . Maryland 1993 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Gapland Washington $13,880 $0 $13,880 $27,760
I-83 Viewshed - Windswept Farm Acquisition of scenic easement on the 86 acre Windswept Farm adjacent to I-83 near Monkton. Purchase will protect 32 acres of farmland, 64 acres of forest, and 3,500 feet of stream. Part of County effort to protect the rural nature of the I-83 corridor. Maryland 2001 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Westminster Baltimore $199,806 $0 $261,700 $461,506
Bay Game II Publication of 2002 booklet. Scope change to 2001 booklet publication. Maryland 2001 4 (TE) 4. Scenic or historic highway programs including tourist and welcome centers Statewide Statewide $50,000 $0 $50,000 $100,000
London Town Visitor Center & Museum Construct a Visitor's Center and Museum at Historic London Town and Gardens in Edgewater, Maryland. The London Town and Gardens is a 23-acre county-owned park property that encompasses the site of one of Maryland's oldest and most important transportation Maryland 2001 4 (TE) 4. Scenic or historic highway programs including tourist and welcome centers Annapolis Anne Arundel $2,646,850 $0 $3,428,500 $6,075,350
Civil War Driving Tour - Antietam Develop a driving tour tracing the routes of the Northern and Southern armies leading to the Battle of Antietam. The project includes a color coded map including civil war history at each of the wayside locations; 165 trail blazer signs; 80 directional s Maryland 2000 4 (TE) 4. Scenic or historic highway programs including tourist and welcome centers Antietam Washington $689,530 $0 $1,117,328 $1,806,858
I-70 South Mountain Visitor Center Reconstruction and expansion of one of the undersized and outmoded rest stops into a major visitor center on the east and the westbound sides of I-70. The Visitor Center will feature information on scenic and historic sites in Western Maryland, including Maryland 2006 4 (TE) 4. Scenic or historic highway programs including tourist and welcome centers Myersville Frederick $11,200,230 $0 $11,668,786 $22,869,016
Keep Maryland Beautiful - II Continuation of successful campaign to educate the citizens of Maryland on the impact of littering, particularly along State highways. The goals and benefits of this project is to raise the level of awareness statewide of the negative impact of littering Maryland 1999 4 (TE) 4. Scenic or historic highway programs including tourist and welcome centers Statewide Statewide $300,000 $0 $300,000 $600,000
Kitzmiller Company Store Rehabilitation of interior and exterior of the historic Kitzmiller Company Store into a visitor center. The visitor center will provide the only public toilet facilities, hot food, and beverages services within a 20-mile radius along the Coal Heritage Sc Maryland 2004 4 (TE) 4. Scenic or historic highway programs including tourist and welcome centers Kitzmiller Garrett $206,875 $0 $172,200 $379,075
Hampton National Historic Site Construction of 2 story 2200 square foot visitor center with restrooms, staff/storage space, interpretive exhibit areas and offices for NPS, Baltimore County Tourism, and Historic Hampton Inc. A new entrance and parking lot funded by NPS is requested as Maryland 2011 4 (TE) 4. Scenic or historic highway programs including tourist and welcome centers Towson Baltimore $896,855 $0 $1,793,354 $2,690,209
Kent County Visitor's Center Construct a 2 story masonry visitor center and restroom area on the main north/south state road (MD 213/MD 289) connecting Cecil, Kent, & Queen Anne's Counties. The center will be staffed by the Kent County Tourism Office. Maryland 2000 4 (TE) 4. Scenic or historic highway programs including tourist and welcome centers Chestertown Kent $380,000 $0 $825,000 $1,205,000
Wharves at Choptank Crossing Construction of a Heritage Welcome Center within the Town of Denton's riverfront park. The building is 1,800 Square foot heavy timber frame structure with a partial mezzanine; supported on timber piling to elevate the building above the 100-year flood pl Maryland 2006 4 (TE) 4. Scenic or historic highway programs including tourist and welcome centers West Denton Caroline $1,098,227 $0 $450,801 $1,549,027
Jacob Tome Gas House Visitor Center This project will renovate the historic Jacob Tome Gas House into a Visitor Center in Port Deposit. The project includes a ADA compliant pedestrian walkway from the Marina Park to the Main Street downtown, rehabilitation of Map Turtle habitat, installation Maryland 2012 4 (TE) 4. Scenic or historic highway programs including tourist and welcome centers Port Deposit Cecil $584,998 $0 $594,160 $1,179,158
Keep Maryland Beautiful -III Continuation of Keep Maryland Beautiful and Anti-Litter Initiative. Seeking two years of an annual setaside. Maryland 2002 4 (TE) 4. Scenic or historic highway programs including tourist and welcome centers Statewide Statewide $322,500 $0 $322,500 $645,000
Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center Visitor Center including access road, 75 parking spaces, 3 bus spaces, overflow parking for 100 automobiles, picnic pavilion, information kiosk, trails, wastewater treatment, and landscaping. Visitor Center will include a number of staff offices and a 60 Maryland 2011 4 (TE) 4. Scenic or historic highway programs including tourist and welcome centers Cambridge Dorchester $8,500,000 $0 $12,437,000 $20,937,000
Cloverleaf II, Landscaping A public\private scenic landscaping program to beautify Maryland's highways and enhance the environment at a number of transportation project sites across the state. Purchase and install plant for: Reforestation - reestablishing woodlands in highway open Maryland 1994 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Statewide Statewide $339,758 $0 $339,758 $679,516
York Road Landscaping Landscaping adjacent to MD 45 from Towsontown Blvd. to Burke Avenue in Towson. Sidewalks will be improved and/or widened by Baltimore County. Associated improvements include: other landscaping, signing, and bus shelders. Associated with the planned rou Maryland 1995 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Towson Baltimore $114,400 $0 $160,000 $274,400
Port Deposit Streetscape, US 222 Constructed granite crosswalks, new curbs, and granite steps at Oyster Alley along US 222 in Port Deposit. Part of SHA rehabilitation of US 222. Other work included lighting, landscaping, safety and drainage improvements. Maryland 1994 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Port Deposit Cecil $111,200 $0 $434,800 $546,000
Environmental Stewardship - Reforestation Reforestation of 250 acres of State Highway Administration property traditional mowed or maintained as meadows. One project will be accomplished in each of the seven districts. Maryland 2003 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Statewide Statewide $125,000 $0 $125,000 $250,000
USS Constellation - Rigging Rerigged and replaced of the spars on the USS Constellation. This was part of the rehabilitation of this historic sailing ship. Enhancement Program funds previously provided $250,000 of the $3,000,000 State commitment. Maryland 1998 6 (TE) 6. Historic preservation Baltimore Baltimore City $249,276 $0 $249,276 $498,552
St. Paul Place and Preston Gardens Creation of a new 30 foot wide by 700 foot long streetscape by reconfiguring St. Paul Place between Saratoga and Mulberry Street, and structural reinforcement of a roadway retaining wall plus repointing, repair, or replacement of stones. Streetscape acti Maryland 2011 6 (TE) 6. Historic preservation Baltimore Baltimore City $1,778,250 $0 $1,778,250 $3,556,500
USS Constellation Rehabilitated the historic sailing ship to avoid the sinking of Baltimore City's nationally known Inner Harbor tourist attraction. Enhancement Program funds are part of the $3,000,000 State commitment. Maryland 1997 6 (TE) 6. Historic preservation Baltimore Baltimore City $250,000 $0 $8,750,000 $9,000,000
Trolley Museum Car Rehabilitation of two cars of the American Trolley Collection for permanent display at the National Capital Trolley Museum in Silver Spring. Johnstown Traction Company #352. The museum preserves and interprets the history of Washington D.C.'s electric ra Maryland 1995 6 (TE) 6. Historic preservation Silver Spring Montgomery $105,145 $0 $108,463 $213,608
US 40 Bridge over Licking Creek Cleaning and painting of a severely rusted historic bridge no. 2101000 on US 40 over Licking Creek. Work is required to preserve the structure. The bridge is a three span metal plate girder decksupported by a Wichert (metal) truss, built in 1938, and is Maryland 2005 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Pecktonville Washington $200,000 $0 $300,000 $500,000
B&O Railroad Museum Passenger Car Shops-South Car Shop Rehabilitation of the historic railroad museum's South Car Shop. Project will include west side subterranean alley stabilization; south side gable end cornice rehabilitation; south facade window and door replacement and masonry repairs and cleaning; west s Maryland 2005 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Baltimore Baltimore City $1,000,000 $0 $1,000,000 $2,000,000
Western Maryland RR Depot Rehab. Constructed an elevator and fire stair tower. Part of effort to preserve the building and rehabilitate the second floor of the station. Associated activities include: damp proofing and moisture control, painting, roof repairs and landscaping. Associate Maryland 1992 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Cumberland Allegany $124,571 $0 $194,391 $318,962
Gilpin Falls Covered Bridge Restoration of the 1859 Gilpin Falls Covered Bridge. This Burr Truss 119-foot covered bridge, which is a tourist attraction, spans the Northeast Creek and is located on land adjacent to MD 272 which was transferred to the County with 1.249 acres of parkla Maryland 1999 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Elkton Harford $100,000 $0 $260,625 $360,625
Anglers Breach - C & O Canal Reconstruction of a 125 foot breach in the C&O Canal about 300 feet upstream of the Old Angler?ɬ¢?¢‚Ǩ¬¢?¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢s Inn (Mile Point 12.5) damaged in the 2008 Tropical Storm Hanna. Maryland 2011 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Potomac Montgomery $1,111,329 $0 $3,139,091 $4,250,420
Forge Hill Road Bridge Rehabilitation of the Forge Hill Road Bridge over Deer Creek. This 25'-foot-wide concrete structure consists of two, 3-span continuous, arch ribs 210' long. The bridge is eligible for the National Register of Historic Places and carries vehicular traffic Maryland 1999 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Dublin Harford $596,000 $0 $596,000 $1,192,000
C&O Canal Aqueduct Eng. Assmnt. Made engineering assessment for rehabilitation of the Conococheaque Aqueduct in Williamsport as part of a overall project to rewater this section of the C&O Canal. The project included stabilization or \stone consolidation\" of the aqueduct. Existing mor" Maryland 1995 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Williamsport Washington $54,329 $0 $54,329 $108,658
Improving the First Mile of American Railroading To restore outdated track and additional restoration improvements to the North Passenger Carshops doors and windows, the restoration of the Railroad Bridge and the installation of a crossing gate. Maryland 2016 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Baltimore Baltimore City $1,183,379 $0 $300,000 $1,483,379
LaVale Toll Gate House - Rehabilitation Rehabilitation of historic National Road toll gate house adjacent to US 40 Alt. near LaVale. Restoration of the toll gate house, walkway, landscaping. Maryland 1994 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Lavale Allegany $71,729 $0 $113,709 $185,438
Station Square, WMRR Depot Made improvements to public areas surrounding the Western Maryland Railroad Station in Cumberland. The station, which will be the terminus for the Canal Parkway construction project, was the first phase of that project. Improvements included developing Maryland 1992 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Cumberland Allegany $1,386,706 $0 $591,382 $1,978,088
Oakland - B&O Railroad Station Restoration of the historic B&O Train Station in Oakland. Improvements to the interior of the station included removed and reapplied the lathe and plaster; refinished the woodwork, doors and floors; upgraded the electrical, heating and plumbing systems; Maryland 1998 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Oakland Garrett $653,763 $0 $657,384 $1,311,147
Port Deposit Jetty Stabilize and resurface an existing jetty in the Town of Port Deposit to provide public docking facilities for water taxi service and provide boaters a link to the recently revitalized river front (Marina Park). The Marina Park complex will ultimately pr Maryland 1999 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Port Deposit Cecil $1,499,416 $0 $1,579,560 $3,078,976
Catoctin Aqueduct The parcel is from a proposed 210 acre subdivision. Maryland 2007 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Brunswick Frederick $1,728,000 $0 $1,730,220 $3,458,220
US 40 Bridge over Patapsco Rehabilitating historic features of the bridge. \ Perform rehabilitation to the spandrel columns and arch ribs below the deck (superstructure) in order to extend the life of the bridge. These repairs will be in accordance with the Secretary of the Inter" Maryland 2006 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Catonsville Baltimore $2,000,000 $0 $26,600,000 $28,600,000
Lock 44 Restoration Repair leak under C&O Canal Lock 44 in Williamsport to return this section of the canal to operating condition. Activities include borings, pressure grouting, lock chamber floor repair, liner repair, and dike removal. Work would be done by NPS and Burea Maryland 2010 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Williamsport Washington $163,968 $0 $164,098 $328,066
Allegheny Highlands; section 4 Construction of the New Hope Trailhead (Section 4) near Frostburg, Maryland, and 480 feet of the Allegheny Highlands Trail (AHT) from the easterly superstructure of the New Hope Road Overpass to a connection with Section III. Upon completion, the 193 mil Maryland 1999 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Frostburg Allegany $158,955 $0 $251,204 $410,159
WB&A Trail; West County Trail, Phase 1 Construct 2.7 miles of new trail from the Odenton Marc Station to Strawberry Lake Way. This is Phase 1 of a three phase project which will provide the Odenton area with a direct link to the Patuxent River and the Annapolis-Odenton South Shore Trail. Add Maryland 1999 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Odenton Anne Arundel $721,865 $0 $843,000 $1,564,865
College Park Trolley Trail Construction of 2,600' long, 8' wide trail along Rhode Island Avenue from Calvert Road to Albion Road. The project will include a plaza/gateway at Calvert Road. All will be on the former street car line. Maryland 2004 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails College Park Prince George's $90,000 $0 $179,105 $269,105
Three Notch Trail Construction of the 2.65 mile Phase V of the trail from John V. Baggett Park in Laurel Grove to MD 5 in Mechanicsville. Part of a 27 mile trail from New Market through Lexington Park. Trail will be 10 feet wide asphalt with 2-3 foot grass shoulders. Maryland 2008 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Mechanicsville St. Mary's $771,000 $0 $771,000 $1,542,000
Bethesda Trolley Trail - I-495 Construction of bridge and approaches over I-495 (190' ). Will connect existing section of the trail. Both bridges will have 16.9' under clearance with 8% grades, which will require landings. Maryland 1996 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Bethesda Montgomery $792,979 $0 $640,000 $1,432,979
Ma & Pa Trail - Phase II Constructed an additional 2.7 miles of the Ma & Pa Heritage Corridor rail-to-trail conversion from Blakes Venture Park to Friends Park, and an underpass under the Hickory Bypass. The trail was a 10'-wide crushed stone ADA compatible path. The trail was Maryland 1998 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Forest Hill Harford $801,252 $0 $808,307 $1,609,559
Cross Island Trail Extension Extended the Cross Island Trail on Kent Island 8,000' from State Street to Terrapin Nature Park, and 6,500' from Castle Marina Road to Kent Narrows. The project included an 80' wooden bridge over a stream and a 400' bridge over Piney Creek, as well as an Maryland 1999 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Stevensville Queen Anne's $683,676 $0 $683,676 $1,367,352
Rhode Island Avenue Trail; Phase2 Constructed the second section consisting of 3,150 feet of multiphase trail on Rhode Island Avenue between Greenbelt Road and Berwyn House Road in College Park on the abandoned DC Transit trolley right-of-way. This eight-foot-wide paved trail segment wi Maryland 1999 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails College Park Prince George's $154,643 $0 $223,340 $377,983
Capital Crescent Trail Constructed a 4-mile paved rail-trail conversion on the former Georgetown branch of the B&O Railroad line from Bethesda to the D.C. line, to complete a 12-mile trail inside the capital beltway. This greenway connected two Metro stops and provided access Maryland 1992 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Bethesda Montgomery $902,000 $0 $6,043,000 $6,945,000
Allegheny Highlands; section 1 Design a 9.35-mile section from the north edge of Baltimore Street in the City of Cumberland to the south edge of Woodcock Hollow Road right-of-way at the Woodcock Hollow Road Rest Stop, including the Wharf Branch subsection in Cumberland. Section I will Maryland 1999 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Frostburg Allegany $977,155 $0 $3,370,257 $4,347,412
Allegheny Highlands; section 5 A 5.20-mile section from the Northwest Edge of New Hope Road Overpass, near Frostburg to the Mason-Dixon Line (western or northern terminus). This section includes the New Hope Road Overpass superstructure. Section 5 includes rehabilitation of the Borde Maryland 1999 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Frostburg Allegany $163,972 $0 $2,314,298 $2,478,270
Bethesda Trolley Trail - I-270 Construction of bridge and approaches over I-270 (229' long). Bridges will connect existing section of the trail. Will have 16.9' under clearance with 8% grades, which will require landings. Maryland 1996 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Bethesda Montgomery $1,156,210 $0 $1,309,600 $2,465,810
Western Maryland Rail-Trail Constructed a 9.53 mile 10'-wide paved rail-trail conversion from Pennsylvania Avenue, at Station 568+94, in the Town of Hancock to Long Hollow Bridge, at Station 1072+30.4. Phase I of the trail was a 10-mile trail from Big Pool to Pennsylvania Avenue in Maryland 2000 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Frostburg Washington $1,266,677 $0 $2,309,091 $3,575,768
Chesapeake Beach Railway Construction of 7260 feet of 8 foot wide trail from the Kellam's Recreation Complex to Bayview Hills and Richfield Station. Project includes bridges over fishing creek and boardwalks. Maryland 2004 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Chesapeake Beach Calvert $1,629,900 $0 $1,629,899 $3,259,799
Allegheny Highlands; sections 2 & 3 Construction of Sections II and III of the Allegheny Highlands Trail. Segment II is the Woodcock Hollow Rest Stop, including a 300-foot connection to the trail located on the west side of Woodcock Hollow Road and south of the trail. Section III is 5.83 Maryland 1999 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Frostburg Allegany $2,014,573 $0 $1,938,514 $3,953,087
Easton Rail Trail extension Constructed a 1.4 mile extension to an existing Rail-to-Trial section in the Town of Easton, from Chapel Road to Tanyard Branch. The new 10 foot wide trail connects the North Easton Sports Complex (public park) to Idlewild Park, and makes the total trail Maryland 1999 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Easton Talbot $165,995 $0 $209,558 $375,553
Trolley Line #9 Converted abandoned Trolley Line #9 right-of-way into an 8-foot-wide by 1.1 mile-long paved trail from Oella Avenue to Westchester Avenue. The trail connected the location of the historic Benjamin Banneker House to the Benjamin Banneker Park. Most of the Maryland 1993 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Baltimore Baltimore City $35,480 $0 $82,500 $117,980
Easton Rails-to-Trail Constructed a 2.25 mile rail to trail conversion between {US 50} to Idlewild Avenue in Easton. The trail provides access to a number of communities and can be used for alternative transportation from and to residential, industrial, and shopping areas. Maryland 1993 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Easton Talbot $288,965 $0 $604,525 $893,490
Ma & Pa Trail - Phase I Phase 1 (Tollgate to Mast) - Converted 2.3 miles of former Ma & Pa Railroad right-of-way to a hiker-biker trail in the town of Bel Air; project included landscaping. The project was part of a planned 23-mile trail from the Baltimore County line to the Maryland 1994 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Bel Air Harford $500,000 $0 $750,000 $1,250,000
B&E Railroad Trail (Cross Island Trail) Converted 5,762 feet of abandoned rail corridor, from east of State Street in Stevensville to west of Castle Marina Road to a hiker-biker trail. The 60-foot-wide county owned right-of-way includes a 240-foot wooden trestle railroad bridge over northern Maryland 1996 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Stevensville Queen Anne's $195,000 $0 $198,268 $393,268
Capital Crescent Trail Bridge over MD 190 Constructed a three span, 14 foot wide, 120 foot long prefabricated steel bridge on concrete supports with safety railings and approach ramps, to replace the at-grade crossing of River Road (MD 190) on the Capital Crescent Trail. Maryland 1994 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Bethesda Montgomery $440,000 $0 $660,000 $1,100,000
St. Michaels Nature Trail Construction of a 6,860 linear feet, 8 foot wide, trail primarily on the remains of an old railroad bed and within SHA owned property, which will be leased to the Town of St. Michaels. The project will connect 3 public parks, the Community Space, the St. Maryland 2006 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails St. Michaels Talbot $470,830 $0 $628,630 $1,099,460
Archeological and historic sites data - MHT Addition of historical context information to previously funded GIS project. This project will convert National Register information to digital format, scan and edit OCR text for indexing, and complete digitizing of Maryland Inventory of Historic Places Maryland 1998 10 (TE) 10. Archaeological planning & research Statewide Statewide $523,671 $0 $681,689 $1,205,360
Community-Based Historic Research Along the US 40 Corridor Documentation of historic resources and neighborhoods in the western section of the Route 40 transit corridor of Baltimore City. Project will include creating print and web materials interpreting these historic resources to aid the development of the pro Maryland 2010 10 (TE) 10. Archaeological planning & research Baltimore Baltimore City $70,500 $0 $90,000 $160,500
National Road National Register Nomination Project Documentation of National Road properties and sites to seek inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places. Consultant will collect and assemble historic context information, prepare a written narrative, define property types, conduct meetings and i Maryland 2001 10 (TE) 10. Archaeological planning & research Statewide Statewide $20,270 $0 $56,916 $77,186
Md Archeological Conservation Lab Will create a database of well defined archeological contexts in the collection curated by the MAC Lab from a total of about 250 archeological sites. Maryland 2012 10 (TE) 10. Archaeological planning & research Statewide Statewide $55,337 $0 $69,350 $124,687
Langdon Stormwater Management Facility To construct a wet storm water management facility off of Westminster Avenue to treat approximately 203 acres of untreated drainage. Maryland 2016 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Westminster Carroll $979,941 $0 $308,948 $1,288,889
Tuscarora Creek Stabilization between MD 180 and US 340 Stabilization of stream banks and stream beds along 1300 linear feet of a tributary to Tuscarora Creek with rock vanes, imbricated rip rap walls, rock step pools, and realignment of the stream to re-establish sinuosity and slope in four locations. Maryland 2005 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Frederick Frederick $309,812 $0 $289,813 $599,625
Cowhide Branch Stream Restoration Replacement of an outfall from an SHA SWM pond and natural channel restoration of 4,800 l.f. of the Cowhide Branch stream. Project removes a fish barrier at US 50 and provides water quality improvements to Cowhide Branch, Weems Creek, and the Severn River Maryland 2007 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Multiple Anne Arundel $1,800,000 $0 $1,310,000 $3,110,000
Wetlands Restoration Program Replacement of tidal and non-tidal wetlands throughout Maryland. Maryland 1998 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Statewide Statewide $434,908 $0 $500,000 $934,908
I-70 Thermal Impact Reduction Replacement of 1.9 miles of concrete lining of highway ditches along I-70, beginning at MD 66 interchange, with vegetated lining systems to reduce the thermal impact from I-70 in the Beaver Creek Watershed. Maryland 2005 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Beaver Creek Washington $437,450 $0 $437,450 $874,900
Fish Passages - Year 4 Designed and retrofitted SHA culverts with fish ladders and modification of stream inverts to eliminate stream blockages and improve fish passage to natural spawning areas. Ten year program done in cooperation with DNR. Sites selected each year. Maryland 1994 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Statewide Statewide $100,000 $0 $150,000 $250,000
Navy-Marine Corp Memorial Stadium Mitigation Project A. Construction of bio-retention ponds from parking lot run-off at the Brigade Entrance, Northeast, and Cedar Park bio-retention facilities. B. Construction of a loop 1.25 mile 10 foot wide, landscaped recreation trail around the perimeter of the stadium Maryland 2002 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Annapolis Anne Arundel $590,665 $0 $590,665 $1,181,330
Tree Planting SHA 2010 Plant up to 750 acres of approximately 600 trees per acre (450,000 trees). Maryland 2010 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Statewide Statewide $400,000 $0 $400,000 $800,000
Urban Stormwater Retrofit Pilot Program Stormwater management (SWM) retrofit, monitoring, and sampling of Low Impact Development (LID) practices, designed to promote improved water quality within fully built-out urban arenas; modifications will be fit into existing and revised landscaping. Imp Maryland 2000 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Statewide Statewide $268,362 $0 $235,000 $503,362
Elderwood SWM Basin #2 and Oklahoma Phase IV SWM Facility To enhance the quality of water in the Liberty Reservoir watershed and the Chesapeake Bay by managing drainage and treating untreated storm water runoff. Maryland 2014 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Eldersburg Carroll $1,047,466 $0 $1,110,658 $2,158,124
Functional Enhancement of SWM Facilities Along MD 4 AA County Upgrade of four SWM facilities within MD 4 and MD 408 interchange in Anne Arundel County. Maryland 2010 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Waysons Corner Anne Arundel $406,654 $0 $406,655 $813,309
SWM Visual and Environmental Enhancements Make improvements to existing stormwater management facilities as well as improve the visual appearance, environmental diversity, and water quality of nine sites in SHA Districts four and five. Maryland 2004 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Statewide Statewide $609,135 $0 $716,322 $1,325,457
I-97 SWM Facilities Functional Upgrades Reconstruction of 13 stormwater management facilities along I-97 from south of MD 178 to MD 100 and 2 stormwater management facilities on MD 100 near MD 713 and near Wright Road to current standards. Maryland 2007 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity 0 Anne Arundel $609,311 $0 $771,796 $1,381,107
Fish Passages - Year 2 Designed and retrofitted SHA culverts with fish ladders and modification of stream inverts to eliminate stream blockages and improve fish passage to natural spawning areas. Ten year program done in cooperation with DNR. Sites selected each year. Maryland 1994 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Statewide Statewide $101,955 $0 $19,296 $121,251
Pepperfield Site Hydrologic enhancement of approximately 100 acres of forested floodplain adjacent to Rayfield Ditch and upstream from MD 366. The design goal is to raise the bed of the stream to its historic elevation, which would enable high flows to access the floodpl Maryland 2006 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Pocomoke City Worcester $138,400 $0 $140,600 $279,000
Functional Enhancements of SWM- US 50 Conversion of infiltration basins to treat 1 inch of stormwater runoff rather than the existing 1/2 inch runoff for four existing stormwater management infiltration basins along US 50 in Anne Arundel County. Maryland 2005 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity 0 Anne Arundel $412,111 $0 $412,111 $824,222
Lizard Hill Wetland Creation Site Conversion of a surface mine into a 19 acre Atlantic White Cedar wetland and Waters of the US. Project will remove nitrogen from the #2 worst stream in the region. Maryland 2010 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Bishopville Worcester $1,223,775 $0 $1,223,776 $2,447,551
Fish Passages - Year 1 Designed and retrofitted SHA culverts with fish ladders and modification of stream inverts to eliminate stream blockages and improve fish passage to natural spawning areas. Ten year program done in cooperation with DNR. Sites selected each year. Maryland 1993 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Statewide Statewide $260,583 $0 $64,202 $324,785
Tree Planting at Various Locations in District 3 and 5 Project consists of mowing existing vegetation, spot treatment of invasive species and planting 16, 953 trees on selected sites on SHA ROW in Anne Arundel, Charles, Prince Georges and Montgomery counties. Maryland 2011 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity 0 Multiple $250,000 $0 $250,000 $500,000
Brampton Hills Stream Stabilization Project Restoration of a severely eroded stream channel and an SHA drainage ditch, behind existing MD 100 noisewalls, to address existing erosion problems. Scope consists primarily of excavation, grading, and construction of slope protection using stone and bioen Maryland 2008 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Williamsport Howard $579,272 $0 $579,272 $1,158,544
Watershed Enhancement Initiative - Dorsey Run Project seeks the restoration of fish passage under the CSX railroad line, stabilization of stream banks and restoration of the floodplain along Dorsey Run that was impacted from the construction of the rail line. The project is .37 miles long. Maryland 2004 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Jessup Howard $221,840 $0 $650,000 $871,840
Whitehall Creek and Windsor Ridge Stream Stabilization Stream restoration of Whitehall Creek south of US 50 and Windsor Ridge stream retrofit (trib to Whitehall Creek) providing a total of 1,250 LF of stream restoration. Correct the stream channel instability problems, restore the natural floodplain, and con Maryland 2006 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Annapolis Anne Arundel $619,000 $0 $825,000 $1,444,000
Fish Passages - Year 5 Remediation of fish blockages at bridge crossings of the Jones Falls under Ruxton Road at Falls Road in Baltimore County and on Stoney Run under US 40 in Cecil County. Projects will restore ecological function of the stream channels, increase the depth o Maryland 2001 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Statewide Statewide $200,000 $0 $200,000 $400,000
Fish Passages - Year 3 Designed and retrofitted SHA culverts with fish ladders and modification of stream inverts to eliminate stream blockages and improve fish passage to natural spawning areas. Ten year program done in cooperation with DNR. Sites selected each year. Maryland 1994 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Statewide Statewide $96,513 $0 $125,000 $221,513
Olde Town Gaithersburg Rolling Stock Restoration Renovation and refurbishment two historic rail cars, repairs to the City-owned guest track which will serve special events visiting trains in Olde Towne, expansions of deck to make ADA compatible, and improvements to the historic B&O Railroad Station and Maryland 2005 12 (TE) 12. Establishment of transportation museums Gaithersburg Montgomery $430,182 $0 $435,662 $865,844
Joppa Steamboat Wharf Constructed a 19th-century steamboat landing wharf with a terminal building as a transportation museum, and a freight shed as a visitor's center, on the historic location in the Town of West Denton. Specific items identified for funding are the construct Maryland 1999 12 (TE) 12. Establishment of transportation museums West Denton Caroline $430,000 $0 $430,000 $860,000