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Cheektowaga Safe Crossing Enhanced crosswalks, ped signals, signage, stamped concrete sidewalks near schools. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Erie $207,083 $0 $51,770 $258,853
Ulster Co. Mid-Town Linear Park The Project will convert an approximately 0.8-mile segment of the County owned Ulster and Delaware (U&D) Railroad Right-of-Way (ROW) into a shared-use trail from the east side of Cornell Street to Westbrook Lane in the City of Kingston near the Kingston Plaza. The Project will serve nonmotorized transportation and recreational uses, including walking, running, bicycling, and inline skating, and be fully accessible. The County anticipates constructing a 10-12-foot wide, asphalt-paved facility, including lighting and security measures. The Project will benefit the largely lower income neighborhoods in Midtown Kingston by offering a safe and enjoyable route to walk and/or bicycle between Midtown and the Uptown Shopping Area (including Kingston Plaza, site of the only major supermarket.) New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Kingston Ulster $1,508,300 $0 $377,075 $1,885,375
Manville Road Corridor Improvmnts The project intends to create a safe and enjoyable pedestrian experience when crossing Manville Road between the major commercial areas in the downtown area of Pleasantville. Removing a free right turn from Memorial Plaza onto Manville Road will improve pedestrian safety when crossing Manville Road. A raised planted median on Manville Road between Washington and Tompkins Avenues will provide pedestrian refuge, and the proposed tree plantings will lend scale to downtown core of the village. Curb extensions between Wheeler and Tompkins Avenues will reduce the crossing distance for pedestrians. Select sidewalk treatments and the expanded park space in Memorial Plaza will expand and enhance the highly utilized public space near the train station. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Westchester $1,510,000 $0 $379,200 $1,887,500
Salt Springs to Beard Park Sidewalks The Village of Fayetteville will replace 1,826 linear feet of existing deteriorated sidewalks and will install 1,716 linear feet of new sidewalks to complete connections leading to Wellwood Middle School, Fayetteville Elementary School, and Immaculate Conception School. Additionally, ADA compliant curb ramps and crosswalks will be installed at high-traffic intersections and along walking routes to provide safe pedestrian corridors for students that walk to school every day. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Onondaga $620,433 $0 $155,108 $775,541
Sunset Park Innovation Corridor Pedestrian Connector Project Stormwater mitigation on 2nd ave; ped signage, crosswalks, lighting on 3rd ave btw 29th and 39th. Ineligible-lighting, art component. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities NYC Kings $956,000 $0 $625,000 $1,581,000
Saratoga Greenbelt Downtown Connector The Saratoga Greenbelt Trail Downtown Connector incorporates the integration of bicyclist, PED, and transit improvements within a primary urban corridor connecting downtown with a rapidly developing new multifamily neighborhood and destinations within the City. The project evolved from the City’s Complete Streets planning efforts. With the initial design complete, the 1.66 mile project will consist of preliminary and final engineering and construction - including the construction of sidewalks. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Saratoga Saratoga $1,531,626 $0 $382,907 $1,914,533
Black River Trail This proposed project will extend the trail from the Walker Avenue trailhead parking lot, in the City of Watertown, approximately 0.5 mile north to the City of Watertown’s trail system at Waterworks Park parking lot. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Watertown Jefferson $760,000 $0 $190,000 $950,000
Lake Street Bridge The currently closed Lake Street Bridge will be rehabilitated for pedestrian, bicycle, and other non-motorized use. Additionally, a pedestrian and bicycle trail will be constructed to connect the south end of Lake Street Bridge to Brand Park. Pedestrian scale amenities will be added to the bridge, including improved lighting, benches, overlook areas, and greenscaping. Beneficial outcomes include redevelopment of a prominent pedestrian and bicycle connector over the Chemung River, reconnecting residential areas on the south side of Elmira to Downtown. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Elmira Chemung $3,132,000 $0 $783,000 $3,915,000
Seneca Falls Safe Routes to School This project will entail the construction/reconstruction of sidewalks that are either nonexistent or broken down and non-ADA compliant in the areas immediately surrounding Frank Knight Elementary School and Seneca Falls Middle School. It will also connect two paths which lead to each school, with fencing and lighting. There will be four flashing speed limit signs and four radar boxes (near each school) to warn drivers about students crossing the streets, seven crosswalks near the schools and in the nearby surrounding neighborhoods to increase the safety for students walking or biking to and from school, and some tree removal is needed to clear out the path area. New sidewalks will be 5-feet wide to ensure access to people of all abilities and allow for safe foot and bicycle travel. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Seneca $1,578,520 $0 $394,630 $1,973,150
Old Town Road Sidewalks: NY 347 to NY 112 This application encompasses the installation of sidewalk along Old Town Road, which carries about 20,000 vehicles per day on its busiest segment, beginning at NY Route 347 and proceeding southeasterly to NY Route 112. Under this application, it is proposed to construct 2.1 miles of sidewalk and 1.2 miles of curb to enhance safety for pedestrians, many of whom currently walk on the existing pavement , thus providing a continuous sidewalk on at least one side of the roadway. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Suffolk $1,580,000 $0 $395,000 $1,975,000
Main Street Streetscape & Pedestrian Wayfinding Enhancement Phase 2 The proposed project will provide a revitalized streetscape along Main Street, from St. Paul Street to State Street, in Downtown Rochester, including reconstruction of existing deteriorated sidewalks and upgrading all related aging, outdated appurtenances including streetlights, benches, landscaping, and bike racks. The project will also provide a new gateway to Maj. Charles Carroll Park and the Genesee Riverway Trail from Main Street, drawing more activity to this hidden yet critical riverfront greenspace that will receive a full redesign through a separate upcoming project. Lastly, the project will complete the Center City Pedestrian Wayfinding System, the first phase of which will be installed on Main Street in 2017. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Rochester Monroe $1,903,750 $0 $475,938 $2,379,688
Park St Neighborhood Greenway 11 mini traffic circles along 2.2 miles of Park Street greenway from city line to Dewitt St. ; Sidewalks at Regional Transporation center; Enhanced crosswalks, sharrows. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Syracuse Onondaga $585,451 $0 $146,363 $731,814
Maple City Rail Trail Connector The City of Ogdensburg proposes to acquire and renovate the abandoned railroad Bridge over the Oswegatchie River, for the purpose of extending and looping the existing 2.2 mile Maple City Multi-Purpose Trail. The rail bridge will connect the existing trail to State Highway 812 through St. Mary’s Cemetery, effectively doubling the length of this popular year round recreational trail. The proposed extension is a recommendation of the 2004 City of Ogdensburg Waterfront Redevelopment Action Plan, 2013 Local Waterfront Revitalization Program (LWRP), and 2015 Oswegatchie Blueway Trail Plan. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Ogdensburg St. Lawrence $1,644,800 $0 $411,200 $2,056,000
Holley Sidewalk Reconstruction Project Through this project, the Village will reconstruct and install 19,351 linear feet of new sidewalks as follows: along NYS Rte. 237 between the southern Village limit and the sidewalk leading to the Holley Central School District; along Geddes Street from Van Buren Street to Public Square; and in the residential neighborhood between Public Square and the Erie Canal (consisting of E. Union Street, Perry Street, Park Place, Morgan Street, East Avenue, and E. Albion Street). The project also includes 187 asphalt driveway restorations, removal of 45 trees, and installation of 72 ADA compliant intersection ramps. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Orleans $1,780,000 $0 $445,000 $2,225,000
Village of Island Park School Safety Zone Improvements 4-way crosswalk, new traffic light with turn arrows (if warranted by Nassau County), audible crosswalk, speed zone cameras, school zone flashing lights, ADA ramps at all crosswalks, spot enforcement of school zone speed limits. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities NYC Nassau $382,520 $0 $95,630 $478,150
New Connectivities for Nyack 8000' of streetscape improvements, including sidewalks, benches and street trees along Broadway in the Village and 3200' of delineated bike path from Church St down Broadway to the Village's southern border New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Rockland $1,484,650 $0 $577,364 $2,062,014
Auburn Trail Connector 3 mile multi use trail (future phases will make it 9 miles); 10' wide stone dust trail between CR 41 and Rt 332. Parts of a 5' wide sidewalk would be widened to 10' New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Ontario $1,463,161 $0 $507,220 $1,970,381
Amherst Casey Rd Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Improvements The Casey Road Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Improvements Project will implement five (5) interconnected infrastructure components to include: [I] Pedestrian/ Bike Lanes on both sides of Casey Road, [II] Asphalt Paved Trail through Paradise Park, [III] Sidewalks on the north side of Casey Road, [IV] Two (2) In Road Crossing Systems, and a [V] Pedestrian/Bicyclist Rest Area in Paradise Park. Moreover, these proposed infrastructure components will [A] address the long standing community concern of dangerous student/ pedestrian/ bicyclist travel along Casey Road and [B] provide residents with an alternative means of transportation/ connectivity/ recreational trail that is built directly into the community. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Erie $976,000 $0 $244,000 $1,220,000
Oneida Rail Trail: City Center 3 of 11 miles proposed (overall--not just this proposal) is being funded by 2013 TEP; TAP $ would provide another .08 miles at Oneida's downtown. NY Rising area New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities City of Oneida Madison $716,000 $0 $179,000 $895,000
Beacon Main Street Accessibility Improvements Construct traffic calming measures in the form of new curb bump outs with new curb ramps and new crosswalks as well as associated roadway drainage improvements. Existing sharrows will be repainted. Main St betw 9D to Teller Ave/Fishkill Ave; new sidewalks with bumpouts, sidewalk ramps; drainage; striping New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Beacon Dutchess $958,064 $0 $239,515 $1,197,579
South Street (NY34) Corridor Enhancement Project 1900' ped route with storm water improvements on Harriet Tubman Memorial Hwy/NY Rt 34; sidewalks and shoulders for bike lanes, connects school and transit New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Auburn Cayuga $899,000 $0 $386,000 $1,285,000
Atlantic Avenue Great Street, Phase 1 This project will include 15 neckdowns, full sidewalk reconstruction, median tip extensions, bathtub planters, trees and benches along this 22- block section of Atlantic Avenue, located in the lower-income East New York neighborhood, into a safer, greener, more walkable street that better serves residents, transit users and bicyclists. These enhancements will improve safety for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists, particularly at intersections; make a more comfortable street environment that encourages walking and bicycling and boosts local retail; and encourage usage of the adjacent LIRR station and bus routes. Improving the safety conditions for local residents and improving the streetscape with a high quality street design will support the revitalization of this underserved neighborhood. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities NYC Kings $5,000,000 $0 $1,250,000 $6,250,000
Canal Landing Park Phase IV Along Limeston Creek-Feeder St north to west side of Feeder Canal. Current trail is gravel and not ADA compliant. Adds lighting, rehabs DOT bridge on trail (has 2 yellow safety flags), install footbridge across feeder canal. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Onondaga $314,076 $0 $134,604 $448,680
Pedestrian Commuting in Trumansburg 715' new sidewalk on Main St to Trumansburg Creek Bridge + 2847' sidewalk on South St + 1481' sidewalk on Main St/Route 96. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Tompkins $811,395 $0 $202,849 $1,014,244
Purdys Train station pedestrian access The DOT, MTA and North Salem have met and agreed on this project. There are three parts as mentioned above. North Salem agreed to look for and request grants for adding sidewalks from the Hamlet of Purdys across Route 22 and along Route 116 to the Purdy's Train station. We have a number of people who walk including medical assistants from NYC who come to Purdys to work at our two nursing homes. The later folks arrive for second and third shift coverage and have no pedestrian access to he train station or to the nursing homes. Pedestrian stairs did exist but were condemned by the MTA many year ago as they were in disrepair and they were never replaced. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Westchester $409,952 $0 $102,488 $512,440
Tonawanda Rails to Trails Extension Extends existing trail (CMAQ funded); .5 miles, 12' wide; rehab RR bridge on trail, .4 mi shoulder paving, .4 mi sidewalk with sharrows and signs on Filmore Ave; hub for bike parking and secure bike parking. Mill and Fill paid for by City Tonowanda. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Erie $760,000 $0 $190,000 $950,000
Bike Ped Connections Replace 2 pedestrian bridges on either side of Main St. Add connection to Water St; Sidewalks on Central Ave. Will connect Downtown to Keuka Lake New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Yates $502,800 $0 $167,600 $670,400
Wheatfield Krueger Road Sidewalk Project 2016 The Town of Wheatfield is proposing the construction of a concrete sidewalk along the south side of Krueger Road that will connect Niagara Falls Blvd. to Ward Road. The current road cross section does not have sufficient shoulder width to accommodate pedestrians so the installation of the sidewalk will provide an ADA accessible route for pedestrians to safely travel along Krueger Road without having to walk in the street. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Niagara $756,000 $0 $189,000 $945,000
Village of New Paltz Sidewalks: Huguenot Street, Church St, Prospect St, and Henry DuBois Drive Construct approx 1255' of new curb and sidewalk on Church St, Prospect St and Henry W. DuBois Dr and replace existing deteriorated bluestone sidewalk with bluestone sidewalk and granite curbing on Huguenot Street. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Ulster $201,628 $0 $50,407 $252,035
North Avenue Connector Project North Ave Connector (3 segments): Btw Orchard St to SR 404; SR 104 and North Ave intersection improvement; Btw 104 and 404. 12' lanes with bike lanes added (reduce from existing 18' lanes); lighting, landscaping, crosswalks, gateway design, connect with Hojack Trail New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Monroe $811,580 $0 $242,420 $1,054,000
Hudson Valley Rail trail West: Phase 4 - New Paltz Road to South Street Construct 1.24 miles of 12' wide asphalt paved shared use trail that extends the Hudson Valley Rail Trail from its planned Phase 3 terminus at New Paltz Rd westward to South St where a trailhead will also be constructed. The Hudson Valley Rail Trail is an existing 3.6 mile trail that extends from the Walkway over the Hudson westward. Link to Walkway over Hudson trail; extends New Paltz Rd to South St in Town of Lloyd. 1.24 miles of 12' wide bike/ped asphalt trail. 0.74 miles along NYSDOT ROW along NY299 ; culvert and drainage work New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Ulster $1,595,123 $0 $398,781 $1,993,904
Main Street Streetscape & Pedestrian Wayfinding Enhancement Project Ped wayfinding, sidewalk replacement, lighting, bike racks, street trees on E Main St betwn Genesee River and Liberty Pole Plaza. City is paying for LED lights at plaza and parking space costs due to street narrowing/traffic calming New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Rochester Monroe $1,551,000 $0 $665,000 $2,216,000
Lancaster Transportation Alternatives Project Keysa Town Park to Skate Park and Middle School to Sr apartments and business district. Crosswalks, radar signs, 1500' of 4' sidewalk, curbs, striping and lighting. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Erie $328,382 $0 $105,103 $433,485
Central Park - Downtown Schenectady Trail Connection Complete Phase 1 of Downtown Schenectady Park Loop. 0.6 miles of 8-10' multi-use trail connecting finished Vale segment to Central Park; 1700' segment in Central Park; 300' segment along Bradley; 900' on N. Brandywine Ave New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Schenectady Schenectady $1,101,206 $0 $275,302 $1,376,508
Farm to Market Road Pedestrian Improvemnts The project will consist of the reconstruction of 4,500 linear feet of concrete sidewalk along Farm to Market Road in the Town of Union. The project would also construct approximately 650' of new curbed sidewalk along the Town of Union's Struble Road. This will complete the pedestrian connection from the Struble Road Sports Complex to Farm to Market Road and thus the high school and middle school. The sidewalk being constructed or reconstructed as part of this project will also be brought up to ADA standards for existing facilities to the point existing constraints allow. Sidewalk widths will be improved, landings provided, sidewalk ramps will be constructed to current ADA standards for existing facilities New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Broome $400,800 $0 $100,200 $501,000
Watkins Glen Gateway The project will consist of a median on the curved hill entering the village, improvements to the curbing on the east side of the road, bike lanes and crossways for pedestrians, locals, tourists, and cyclists to cross the road safely in this current hazardous area. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Schuyler $361,920 $0 $90,480 $452,400
Hurleyville Center Pedestrian & Cyclist Improvements The project encompasses the purchase and installation of construction of two traffic signals with pedestrian controls, crosswalk pavement markings, the reconstruction of 960 linear feet of 6-foot wide accessible and safe sidewalks, and the installation of three in-ground mounted, wave design bicycle racks. These improvements will provide a much-needed safe on-grade road crossing for pedestrians and cyclists, as well facilitate pedestrian activity through the hamlet center. They will contribute to the creation of a model pedestrian and bicycle friendly hamlet downtown within a rural environment, and its successful economic revitalization. Accessibility enhancements will also support the full integration of able New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Sullivan $400,945 $0 $100,236 $501,181
Lake Street and Stage Road Pedestrian Improvements Project will channelize existing skewed intersection, teeing up Stage Road, which will shorten pedestrian crossing distance, especially for Stage Road approach from over 95 feet to approximately 43 feet. Channelization of the intersection will also allow for installation of ADA compliant curb ramps, installation of high visibility crosswalks and removal of the existing flashing yellow/red signal. Rectangular rapid flashing beacons (RRFB's) will be installed to provide higher level of warning to drivers to yield to pedestrians when actuated at the unsignalized crossing,with an aim to enhance yielding compliance. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Orange $300,000 $0 $75,000 $375,000
State Street Phase I Project will reduce State St to one lane in each direction between Hawley St and Susquehanna St with parking and landscaping, and make the State/Hawley Sts intersection more pedestrian friendly. Ped bridge removal for aesthetics. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Binghamton Broome $480,000 $0 $135,342 $615,342
Shawmut Park Trail Asphalt trail from Shawmut Park to North Main ST (CR65); stone dust to Webbs Crossing (CR66). Hornell IDA owns land. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Hornell Steuben $323,908 $0 $80,978 $404,886
Sherburn Pedestrian Bridge The project will include demolition of an existing arch pipe, installation of a new, approximately 65’ pedestrian bridge spanning Mad Brook and installation of approximately 150’ of sidewalk, connecting the bridge to the sidewalk on Chapel St. The focus of this application is the dangerous walking conditions that will exist for residents of Chenango Ave once the existing arch pipe is removed. A replacement pedestrian bridge is clearly the only solution to preventing pedestrian/automobile accidents in this situation. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Chenango $319,120 $0 $79,780 $398,900
City of Batavia - Pedestrian Way Improvements The project consists of the construction of approximately 12,000 LF of sidewalk in the following areas: State St – Both sides from Washington Ave to Richmond Ave, East side from Hart St to MacArthur Drive Washington Ave – Both sides from State St to Bank St, Bank St – East side from Washington Ave to North St, West side from North St to Denio, St Richmond Ave – South side from Ellicott Ave to State St Improvement of Pedestrian crosswalk system at State and Richmond to better accommodate visually impaired. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Batavia Genesee $868,826 $0 $217,207 $1,086,033
Irvington Main Station Pedestrian Improvement Project The Project consists of the installation of a new sidewalk along Station Road along with safe, accessible pedestrian facilities at the intersection of Main Street and Route 9 (Broadway) and in the Station Road tunnel. The Project will encourage walking to mass transit, public schools, and downtown businesses by providing a safe sidewalk network where none currently exists. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Westchester $850,000 $0 $212,500 $1,062,500
South Central Avenue Sidewalk Project The project entails constructing approximately 3,400 linear feet of 5ft. wide ADA compliant concrete sidewalk and curbing along Central Park Avenue in the Town of Greenburgh connecting residents and visitors of the Town to major destinations. The beneficial project outcomes will be to link thousands of residents and visitors to major destinations such as the Hartsdale Train Station (Metro North Railroad), the East Hartsdale Avenue business district and the NYS Rt. 100 Mixed Use Corridor, and additional alternative modes of transit, particularly local and regional bus stops. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Westchester $792,000 $0 $198,000 $990,000
Pedestrian Improvements for Public Transit in Albany, Troy, and Cohoes Replace/add sidewalks at high volume CDTA locations; Upgrade traffic signals to accommodate ped signal additions; Troy: Sidewalks on 2nd ave btw 102nd and 103rd; betw 122nd and 125th, expand sidewalk to add shelter; Cohoes-widen at Ontario and Park for shelter, sidewalk on Park betw Washington and Jackson ave; Albany-Curb ramps, sidewalk expansion for shelters in South End and North Albany New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Albany, Cohoes, Troy Albany, Rensselaer $1,600,000 $0 $450,000 $2,050,000
Niagara Falls-Buffalo Ave. Streetscaping 68th to 76th St; creation of shared roadway with sidewalks, curbing, ramps, wayfinding, safety markings. Resurfacing is separate TIP line but will be coordinated with this project. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Niagara Falls Niagara $404,000 $0 $249,000 $653,000
Dale Drive Expansion (CR48) The project would involve the improvement and construction of 5-ft wide paved shoulders on County Road 48 - Dale Drive from the intersection with Frisbee Road to Park Avenue in the Village of Cassadaga. A total project length of 1-mile. This would be one phase of the Citizens for a Better Cassadaga Plan to create biking and walking opportunities around Cassadaga Lake. Associated with the shoulder construction would be edge line striping and bicycle/pedestrian related signage. To obtain a 5-ft paved shoulder width, the travel lane width would be reduced to 10-ft and a 4-ft paved shoulder constructed. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Chautauqua $588,000 $0 $147,000 $735,000
Liberty Street, Streetscape and Sidewalk Improvements The scope of work consists of the replacement of one block of City sidewalk in the heart of Newburgh's Historic downtown, along Liberty Street between Broadway and Ann Street, with a new complete streets oriented streetscape design. The design includes pedestrian curb extensions; ADA compliant design; a larger, safer, more pronounced transit waiting area at the City's largest transit transfer station; green infrastructure bio-swales; and historically appropriate materials. The design is intended to create a more visually appealing streetscape environment that invites residents and visitors to walk or take transit as an alternative to driving within the City. Constructible plans/ specifications have been fully developed requiring revisions to meet FHWA/DOT New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Newburgh Dutchess $463,000 $0 $115,750 $578,750
Glen Cove Downtown Business District Pedestrian Improvements The City of Glen Cove proposes a Pedestrian Improvement Project to plan, design and construct within the Downtown Business District handicapped accessible improvements of curb ramps and crosswalks. Wayfinding signage will coincide with this project and will be funded by the Glen Cove Community Development Agency's 41st year Community Development Block Grant ("CDBG"). The project will be comprised of 53 ADA compliant curb ramps, and the redesigning of 27 crosswalks that will bring the current infrastructure up to code, all located on Bridge St, Glen St. and School St. within the Downtown Business District. Improvements will create safer and enhanced pedestrian conditions to access public transit, garages and parking lots, and encourage residents to patronize area businesses New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Glen Cove Nassau $362,208 $0 $90,552 $452,760
Jamestown Intermodal Transportation Project 2 bike ped bridges; Connects housing to downtown business, govt buildings, transit facility. Cross Chadakoin River with 190' steel truss bridge with 9' concrete deck; 160' steel truss bridge West of NY 60/Washington St Bridge. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Jamestown Chautauqua $1,600,000 $0 $400,000 $2,000,000
Walkable Olean Transformation Project Olean’s overall plan is to extend its “Walkable Olean” Streetscape infrastructure design to the north, to our Medical Campus. We will construct a roundabout--at the intersection of N. Barry & Main Streets-- and include additional traffic calming infrastructure, new bike lanes, and sidewalks. This revitalization initiative is two-fold: first, improvement in the overall traffic flow will ensure a safe travel to school for children in north and east Olean walking or biking to the Middle School in west Olean; second, increased pedestrian connectivity between north Olean and our medical campus and the downtown district will create new, needed connection. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Olean Cattaraugus $541,913 $0 $135,478 $677,391
Tillary and Adams Reconstruction, Phase 2 The Tillary Street medians will be landscaped and new street lighting and paving patterns will be included. The existing separated bike lane between Cadman Plaza West and Cadman Plaza East will be constructed as a raised Class 1 bike path with landscaping along the curb. On Cadman Plaza East, a security barrier and bike lane will be added, creating a connection between the DUMBO neighborhood and Downtown Brooklyn. Public open spaces will be created on Cadman Plaza West at Tillary Street and on Cadman Plaza East, adjacent to housing and higher education uses. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities NYC Kings $5,000,000 $0 $1,250,000 $6,250,000
Lakeshore Drive & Moran Road Sidewalk Improvement Project Lakeshore btwn NY 364 and NY5/US20; Moran Rd btwn Lakeshore and NY5/US20. 5,250' of 8' sidewalk with drainage, lighting, curb ramps, storm drainage. Very detailed schedule (With all phases and sub-phases) New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Ontario $1,128,000 $0 $282,000 $1,410,000
4th Street Sidewalk The proposed project will install approximately 4,400 l.f. of ADA accessible sidewalk where there previously was none on the north side of 4th Street and install new ADA compliant curb ramps at both ends of 4th Street for crossing. The sidewalk will provide safe pedestrian travel along 4th Street and access to the storefronts on the south side of the street at the intersection with Porter Road. Non-motorists (i.e. pedestrians and handicapped persons) will be afforded safe access to Military Road, the Town's principle commercial thoroughfare. Due to the current lack of sidewalks, 4th St. has had its fair share of motorist/pedestrian accidents, many at the corner of Military Road. Some of these incidents have been lethal and it is therefore a crucial goal of the Town to enhance the safety of this area for pedestrians. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Niagara $530,933 $0 $132,733 $663,666
Springville Bike/Walk Enhancements Bike lanes, sidewalk improvements, curb bump outs, crosswalks, pedestrian lighting, bike racks and tire filling stations will be installed on seven village streets making them a complete street that provides a safe, connected route to access the village downtown business district for retail, services, childcare, restaurants and government facilities. Streets include Albro St, Woodward, S. Buffalo St, N. Buffalo St. , Franklin St., Maple Ave and Newman St. The WNY Southtowns Scenic Byway (Rte 39) and the downtown business district (Rte 39) will be linked safely for non-motorized traffic to the village businesses, restaurants, housing and village parks including the spray park and Springville Youth Inc complex providing residents and visitors with an alternate means of transportation on village streets. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Erie $482,946 $0 $120,737 $603,683
Vestal High School Pedestrian Improvements Install a High-Intensity Pedestrian Activated Crosswalk (HAWK) signal on NYS Rte 434 at the Town Library, 320 Vestal Parkway East to provide safer crossing of NYS 434. Replace deteriorated sidewalks on the east side of Clayton Avenue from Charles Street to NYS 434, as well as, installing a new sidewalks on the west side of Clayton Avenue from NYS Rte 434 to the Woodlawn Avenue, the Vestal High School main entrance improving safety and mobility of pedestrians and students traversing Clayton Avenue and accessing the businesses along both side of NYS Rte 434, Vestal Parkway within the project vicinity. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Broome $525,200 $0 $131,300 $656,500
Infrastructure improvements along Orange Turnpike and Village Center The project consists of new and reconstruction of sidewalks to allow for the access of pedestrians/residents to the downtown areas with shops and services, public facilities, community parks as well as a commuter train station location. The construction of safe pedestrian sidewalks and improvements will have a direct and measurable result in the reduction of vehicle trips to access these same locations from people that live and visit the community. Sloatsburg serves as a "gateway" to Harriman Park a major outdoor recreational area that is within walking distance from the downtown area (Village Center). The rail station provides direct access to open spaces without the need for vehicles, resulting in a reduction in emissions, congestion and use of fossil fuels. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Rockland $483,658 $0 $120,915 $604,573
Fire Road/Crandall Park/Kensington Road Elem School Sidewalk, crosswalk and Multi-use path on Kensington, Jerome Ave and Fire Rd. 650' sidewalk by Elementary School; 2200' Multi-use path; 625' sidewalk along Fire Rd from YMCA to Glen St (NY 9). Stormwater treatment and landscaping also included. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Glens Falls Warren $480,000 $0 $120,000 $600,000
Bridge St. Ped Bike Enhancement Replace sidewalk on Bridge St between Denison Pkwy and Pulteney St; bumpouts, bike planes, shared use lanes, ped crossing island at Bridge St and Riverside. Benefits Hugh W. Gregg Elem School and Northside Blodgett MS. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Corning Steuben $362,880 $0 $90,720 $453,600
Webster Ridge Road Multimodal Corridor The Town of Webster, in cooperation with the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transit Authority, intends to conduct pedestrian, bicycle and transit improvements along the NYS Route 404 corridor from Holt Road to Five Mile Line Road. These improvements will build upon public investments in the Route 404 corridor via NYSDOT PIN 4404.15, and enhance the safety, connectivity and convenience of non-motorized users to and within the community's core area of business, shopping and public services. Improvements will include 6,500 linear feet of new sidewalks on one-side of the corridor, on-road bike lanes where possible, ADA compliant crossings, and transit connectivity enhancements including a route realignment and new transit stops. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Monroe $1,480,000 $0 $370,000 $1,850,000
Healthy Neighborhood Corridor NY 62 in the Village; 5' sidewalk from school to downtown on Legion Dr, Buffalo St (NY 62), Main St, Lake St. Traffic calming, crosswalks and ped signals. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Erie $701,340 $0 $233,780 $935,120
Shoreline Trail 10' wide, 8,000' multi-use path on west side of NYS roadway. Costs include utility relocation (ineligible). On National Scenic Byway. Looking for 50' ROW. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Erie $980,160 $0 $245,040 $1,225,200
Brutus Trolley Connection Trail The Trolley Connection Trail will be 10 foot wide stretching just under a mile connecting the Centreport Aqueduct Park in Brutus, continuing through the Village of Weedsport to East Brutus Street, across from the Weedsport Jr/Sr High School, Weedsport Free Library, and the access to the West Shore Trail leading to the Town of Elbridge and beyond. The Trail will connect to existing sidewalks to a proposed parking area across from the West Shore Trail access. A highly visible crosswalk will take users safely across to the Jr/Sr High School, Library and proposed sidewalks to the Elementary School. Directional signage and benches will be strategically placed along the Trail and gates to prevent motorized traffic. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Seneca $344,000 $0 $86,000 $430,000
Saranac River Trail Phase 3 The Green Street Connector is a non-motorized transportation facility, consisting of sidewalk enhancements, new segments of shared use paths, and on-street bikeway improvements. This project will complete the final phase of the Saranac River Trail east to the recently renovated Plattsburgh City Marina and west to Downtown Plattsburgh. These enhancements will provide a safe and comfortable link for pedestrians and bicyclists between these destinations, supporting economic development efforts in Downtown and building upon recent investments in the vicinity. This project implements the management plan for Lakes to Locks Passage a NYS Byway designated as an All American Road by FHWA New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Plattsburgh Clinton $1,159,200 $0 $289,800 $1,449,000
Whig Street Pedestrian Improvements Sidewalk system completion. This project would fill gaps in the sidewalk system on the village's second main street. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Tioga $212,468 $0 $53,117 $265,585
Malone Sidewalk Ext. & Ped Crossing This heavily traveled section of US Route 11 currently has a south side sidewalk that ends short of the Wal-Mart entrance and no sidewalk on the north side where there are more than twenty businesses. Opposite Wal-Mart, Airport Road leads to the Town offices and Court, passing the local Farmers Market. This project would complete the south side sidewalk and add one on the north side between the K-Mart Plaza intersection and the Walmart/Airport road intersection, continuing down Airport Road to the Town Offices, and add crosswalks at the traffic signals at either end. All sidewalks will be 5 LF wide, with a 5 LF green space from the curb, and will be within existing ROW or on Town property and be ADA compliant. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Franklin $1,071,200 $0 $267,800 $1,339,000
City of Long Beach: Downtown to the Boardwalk:Resilient Connectivity Construct green bike lanes along Edwards Blvd to connect the LIRR train station to the beach. Sidewalk improvements will include 18 crosswalks with reconstructed curb ramps. Crosswalks and vegetated medians will be established at four intersections of Penn St, Beech St, Olive St and Walnut St. Drainage improvements, rain garden bumpouts, stormwater tree trenches separated by grey permeable pavers (ADA compliant) within the sidewalk utility strip. 10 bike racks will be installed at the LIRR station and at the boardwalk. A historic LIRR plaque will also be added. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Long Beach Nassau $1,063,851 $0 $325,963 $1,389,814
Lackawanna Rail Trail Phase II Upgrade trail surface from abandoned rail bridge; pave NYSDOT gravel utility/construction access road. 16' wide gravel path will have 10' wide asphalt pavement for 5.4 miles. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Chemung $450,003 $0 $112,501 $562,504
Cascadilla Creekway Project Rehab bike/ped path along Cascadilla Creek; new ped bridge. Cascadilla Ave as a bicycle boulevard. Railings, curb ramps for ADA and traffic calming. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Ithaca Tompkins $600,000 $0 $150,000 $750,000
Complete Streets Corridor Project: Chestnut St. Centerville Pl & Church St The project creates a Complete Streets Corridor along the extents of Chestnut St, Church St, and Centerville Pl within the Village. This includes installing bike lanes, concrete sidewalk, crosswalks, detectable warning, signage, drainage improvements, streetscape aesthetics, as well as widening, paving, and striping of the streets. The Village has been diligently planning toward fulfilling this project goal with the Village Comprehensive Plan, Village Center Master Plan, Village Center Streetscape Plan, the Central Regional Planning and Development Board (CNYRPDB) "The Village of North Syracuse Complete Streets Re- Greening Draft Plan" 2016, and the Syracuse Metropolitan Transportation Council (SMTC) "Bicycle Commuter Corridor Study" 2013. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Onondaga $1,002,618 $0 $250,655 $1,253,273
NYS Parks: Jones Beach State Park Shared Use Path Construct a 13' wide 5.25 mile asphalt path to connect the Wantagh State Pkwy Shared Use Path in Zachs Bay Parking Field 5 to Parking Field 1 and 4 creating access to the West Bathouse where bike parking would be provided to accommodate 100 bicycles. The path will loop back through the Boat Basin Area crossing Bay Parkway at grade on an existing pedestrian crosswalk. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Nassau $2,500,000 $0 $625,000 $3,125,000
4th Ave Capital Project 4th Ave btw 33rd to 47th St and 8th to 18th St. Traffic calming; ped median islands. Making temp changes permanent due to success New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities NYC Kings $2,500,000 $0 $7,489,671 $9,989,671
Atlantic Ave. Safety Improvements Atlantic Ave btw Logan St and Georgia Ave. Raised medians, wayfinding, signage; ped safety; turn bans--high crash location New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities NYC Kings $2,500,000 $0 $6,000,000 $8,500,000
South Bronx Greenway Project area extends from Hunts Point Ave to E 133rd St, improves transportation and recreation options in Hunts Point and the South Bronx through new bike/ped routes and waterfront access points and a greenway connection to Randall’s Island. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities NYC Bronx $2,500,000 $0 $625,000 $3,125,000
Northern Tier Recreational Trail 5.4 mile multi-use path connecting Rouses Pt (Lake St/SR11) and V/Champlain (Elm st to Rt 9); connects bike routes on SR 11 and SR 9. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Clinton $1,319,340 $0 $329,835 $1,649,175
Fort Herkimer Church to Lock 18 Erie Canalway Trail Trail extension from German Flatts to Little Falls. Continues to fill in canal trail New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Herkimer $985,600 $0 $422,400 $1,408,000
Town of Red Hook Sidewalk Project Construct 1500 feet of 5' wide sidewalk along the east side of NYS Rt 9 from the Red Hook Town Hall to Hardscrabble Plaza. Additional 100' of 5' wide sidewalk to be constructed on the west side of Route 9 in the Village of Red Hook to complete a missing segment of the sidewalk within the Village. Two crosswalks across NYS Rt 9 are proposed as well as the installation of Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon signs at these crosswalk locations. 1500' of 5' wide sidewalk betweenTown Hall and Hardscrabble Plaza on S. Broadway (NY 9) + 100' of sidewalk at Broadway into V/ Red Hook. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Dutchess $733,824 $0 $183,456 $917,280
Monroe County Accessible Pedestrian Signal Device Installation Ped signals in Brighton, Greece, Henrietta, Irondequoit, C/Rochester. Audible crossing signals for the visually impaired. 74 signals, 208 crosswalks at 113 locations anticipated New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Monroe $256,500 $0 $85,500 $342,000
Clayton River Walk 3 10 easements needed at $300k; rehab vacant lot to be used as sidewalks, seawall rehab. Signage and lighting New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Jefferson $1,311,315 $0 $437,105 $1,748,420
Morrison Ave Plaza Bicycle/Pedestrian Enhancements Creation of public space. Also crosswalks, bike racks. Primary focus community enhancement & bike/ped ehancements New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities NYC Bronx $2,499,228 $0 $624,807 $3,124,035
LI Motor Parkway Multi Use Trail - Salisbury Park Drive Segment Design/construct 1.4 mile segment of the 12' wide bituminous concrete Motor Parkway Trail. Parkway Trail will begin at intersection of Old Country Rd and Merrick Ave and traverse the northern perimeter of Eisenhower Park, turn south by Salisbury Park Drive and traverse the eastern perimeter of Eisenhower Park as far south as the intersection of Stewart Ave. The LI Motor Parkway Trail will close a gap connecting with the Merrick Avenue Trail on the west and the existing LI Motor Parkway Trail. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Nassau $1,820,000 $0 $455,000 $2,275,000
Saddle River Road Pedestrian Sidewalk 1560' of curb and sidewalk along the east side of Saddle River Road from West Maple Ave to Grove St New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Rockland $258,572 $0 $64,643 $323,215
Safe Steps to Transit, Phase 1: Corp. Kennedy St/23rd Ave/Greeley Ave Gateways Boston Rd to Pelham Pkwy Crescent Park/Broadway Flatbush/Utica Safe Steps to Transit is a citywide initiative spearheaded by the NYCDOT's Pedestrian Projects Group (PPG) to develop innovative design solutions throughout the five boroughs to increase pedestrian accessibility to bus and rail stations, thereby increasing pedestrian and transit trips while reducing reliance on private vehicle trips. The program will install pedestrian safety and accessibility improvements—such as crosswalks, upgraded sidewalks, islands, and pedestrian signals—at high crash locations throughout NYC where gaps in the pedestrian network create challenges to accessing transit. Many of the locations were requested by the communities they are in, or already have community support. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities NYC New York $1,650,000 $0 $412,500 $2,062,500
Buffalo Shoreline Trail Improvements Rehab section of trail (1.25 miles) betw Broderick Park to Squaw Island and over International RR bridge to Niagara St and Jesse Kregal Pathway. Connect to Delaware Park. Path resurfacing, safety railing, benches, lighting and signage. Health and recreation are cited most for using trail. Concrete fishing pier ineligible. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Buffalo Erie $1,580,000 $0 $400,000 $1,980,000
Greenville Sidewalk Replacement and Extension Project Project is to replace old sidewalks with new ones, to extend the current sidewalk system in critical safety areas that are missing sidewalks, to add a visible bus stop and bike racks, and to acquire snow removal equipment. Especially, it will add sidewalk in the hamlet where people now use the highway shoulder or other roadways and improve the sidewalks for handicapped, elderly and bikers. Photos in Attachment F show examples of current sidewalk conditions. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Greene $780,000 $0 $195,000 $975,000
Weaver St (Route 125) Sidewalk Extension 1260' of sidewalk along the west side of NYS Rt 125 from Bonnie Way to Murrary Ave New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Westchester $315,728 $0 $78,932 $394,660
South Peterboro Street Enhancement Project: Phase II South Petersboro St, replace sidewalks, crosswalks, ADA ramps, plantings, trees, lighting and benches New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Madison $250,513 $0 $62,628 $313,141
Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway - Kent Ave South Project extends from Clymer Street to Williamsburg St West. creates physically separated path within existing ROW to improve the bike/ped network in the area New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities NYC Kings $2,500,000 $0 $1,751,000 $4,251,000
Town of Lenox - Canastota to Wampsville Rail Trail The Town of Lenox - Canastota to Wampsville Rail Trail will be an approximate 2 mile multi-use paved trail with a Sharrow lane incorporated to connect Canastota to Wampsville, NY as a safe alternative for pedestrians, bicyclists and wheelchair residents to commute between the two villages. The Trail will allow direct access to State, County and Local office buildings and connect to the Oneida Rail Trail and Erie Canal Trail by avoiding the traffic congestions on Route 5 and Route 13. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Madison $800,000 $0 $200,000 $1,000,000
Vision Zero Safety Improvements in the Bronx and Brooklyn: Rockaway Pkwy East Fordham Road Baychester Ave. Ralph Ave. Corridor Cropsey Ave. Corridor This funding will be used for the planning, design and construction of pedestrian and bicyclist safety improvements on five Vision Zero priority corridors that are slated for improvements by in-house staff. Corridors targeted for improvements include: E Fordham Road (Bronx), Baychester Avenue/E 241st Street (Bronx), Ralph Avenue (Brooklyn), Rockaway Parkway (Brooklyn), and Cropsey Avenue (Brooklyn). See Attachment B. These projects will utilize proven traffic calming techniques, including installation of medians and pedestrian safety islands as well as installation of new/improved bicycle infrastructure, to improve safety and access to transit stops/daily needs for both pedestrians and cyclists as outlined in TAP Project Category 2. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities NYC Bronx, Kings, New York, Richmond $1,440,000 $0 $360,000 $1,800,000
Wappingers Falls Village Center Pedestrian Safety Project Construct curb bump outs and new curb ramps at 4 intersections along NYS Rt 9D within the Village center. New crosswalks and the installation of Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon signs at crosswalk locations. NY 9D (Main St) and Church St-ped access ramps; raised brick crosswalk; asphast roadway paving (2' width per estimate), ped lighting New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Dutchess $699,400 $0 $174,850 $874,250
Downtown White Plains Transit District Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements The Downtown White Plains Transit District is the result of a strategic planning process that was selected as a Priority Project by the Mid- Hudson Regional Economic Development Council and Governor Cuomo, and has been supported through a CFA grant award from the NYSERDA Cleaner Greener Communities Program. This proposed project, Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements, is one of several strategies to achieve the overall vision. This project proposes pedestrian improvements, which include high visibility crosswalks, a mid-block pedestrian cross signal and reconstruction of sidewalks; and bicyclist improvements, which include a protected bike lane, installation of green bike boxes, re-striping existing bike lanes for high visibility, and the purchase of bike parking facilities. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities White Plains Westchester $1,211,320 $0 $302,830 $1,514,150
East Willow Street Sidewalk Improvements 3083' of sidewalk along East Willow St from NYS route 306 to McNamara Rd New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Rockland $1,028,175 $0 $342,725 $1,370,900
Rensselaer Riverfront Multi Use Trail This project would include the design and construction of 3750 feet of multi use trail and 1000 feet of on-street ped/bike accommodations between DeLaet's Landing ( 2000 feet south of the Livingston Avenue Railroad Bridge over the Hudson) and the City of Rensselaer's public boat launch and Riverfront Park. It will connect the residential north end of the City and its Riverfront Park with a trail and esplanade currently being constructed from the south side of the Livingston Avenue Bridge to a new public street from Broadway accessing the Delaet's Landing proposed mixed use (private) development. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Rensselaer Rensselaer $1,280,000 $0 $320,000 $1,600,000
Geyser Rd/ Spa State Park Bicycle Ped Trail Design complete/Construction only. 2 miles of 10' multi-use path from T/Milton and City line to NY 50 at Spa State Park; repave shoulders between Cady Hill Blvd and NY 50 and restripe for on-road bike path. Ped crosswalk and signal at Geyser Rd and Cady Hill; Ped signal at Geyser Rd School. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Saratoga Saratoga $1,600,000 $0 $499,246 $2,099,246
Safe Routes to School - Citywide Pedestrian refuge islands, sidwalks extensions, neckdowns/curb extensions, and intersection realigments at intersections near 7 priority school: PS 170 (Bronx), PS 135 (Brooklyn), and David Grayson Christian Academy/PS 191 (Brooklyn), PS 361 (Brooklyn), PS 95 (Queens), PS 35 (Queens), and PS 20 (Staten Island). New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities NYC Citywide $2,388,634 $0 $597,159 $2,985,793
Elmwood Avenue Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements (West Side) - Phase 2 This project will provide a new multi-use concrete pathway along the west side of Elmwood Ave. from Kenmore Ave. to Shepard Ave. within the Village of Kenmore. The pathway will be up to 10-feet wide to accommodate both pedestrians and bicyclists. Where possible, existing paved snow storage areas will be converted to green space with landscaping and shade trees. Improvements will also include new ADA compliant curb ramps with detectable warning surfaces, concrete curb, driveway aprons, crosswalks, benches, bus stop landing pads, bike racks and a bike repair station. All work will take place within the public right-of-way. There is sufficient width within the right-of-way between the pathway and the private businesses to avoid conflicts with local businesses. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Erie $1,338,700 $0 $334,675 $1,673,375
Suffolk County: Pedestrians and Bicyclists Along the Nicolls Road Bus Rapid Transit Corridor (BRT) Relocation of existing transit shelters at County Court House creating the southern anchor for the BRT route. High visibility crosswaks, sidewalk enhancements, ADA compliant curb ramps, bike infrastructure, benches, lighting, signage, landscaping, art. Increased access to transit to/from downtown Patchogue including new "walkable" housing (riverwalk, New Village). New simple shelter, new enhanced shelter, high visibility crosswalks, sidewalk enhancements, bike infrastructure. Safety improvements for transit near college and adjacent commercial center. Two simple shelters, audible pedestrian signals, high visibility crosswalks and curb ramps, landscaping and minimum 5' wide sidewalks around the intersection leading to St Joseph's College. The transit stops to be lit by pedestrian lighting. Improve pedstrian/bicycle access to and from campus, transit shelters for 20,000 students. Design and construct pedestrian access to a new BRT shelter along Nicolls Rd including an ADA compliant ramp, as well as bike parking and shelter, landscaping, and pedestrian lighting. New York 2014 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities 0 Suffolk $1,452,978 $0 $363,244 $1,816,222
Mohawk River Trail Phase II Phase II of the Mohawk River Trail will include approximately 1.5 miles of trailway. The route will utilize East Chestnut Street, Perimeter Road, Bell Road North, and Wright-Settlement Road rights-of-ways. A paved off-road segment will tie into the existing neighborhood of Bell Road North and include a new sidewalk through the low traffic neighborhood to Wright- Settlement Road. Once along Wright-Settlement Road, the trail turns back into a paved multiple-use path and the bridge crossing will be evaluated for pedestrian use. If warranted, a new pedestrian bridge crossing over the Mohawk River will be included and provide users with amazing views of the river corridor. Once over the river, the paved path will connect to the New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Rome Oneida $1,400,000 $0 $350,000 $1,750,000
Downtown Oswego - NYS Route 104 Complete Streets Project The project objective is to design and construct a Complete Streets Project on NYS Route 104 from West Third Street to Water Street to promote safer pedestrian crossings, encourage greater pedestrian and economic activity, and enhance bicycle and transit rider experiences on the west side of the downtown core. Renovation of the streetscape will include constructing elements, such as, curb extensions at the intersections, ADA compliant sidewalk ramps, enhanced crosswalks, new curbs and sidewalks with permeable pavers, and landscaping beds for perennial shrubs. New streetscape amenities will include trash receptacles, pedestrian oriented light fixtures, seasonal planters, shade trees, and bicycle racks. New York 2017 101 (TAP) 101. Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities Oswego Oswego $500,000 $0 $125,000 $625,000
Dryden School SRTS Project James St at Dryden Elementary; Sidewalks and crosswalks; Ellis and Enterprise Dr at Dryden MS; North St and George St in Village. New York 2014 301 (TAP) 301. Safe routes to school infrastructure 0 Tompkins $398,694 $0 $99,673 $498,367
William & Hannah Pew Bikeway New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Ithaca Tompkins $169,652 $0 $72,708 $242,360
TOBIE Trail - Phase 2 TOBIE Trail Phase 2 will complete the over all TOBIE pathway system (a 14-mile on-road and off-road bicycle, pedestrian trail); It consists of 3 components, (a) a sidewalk with signed New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Webb Herkimer $1,598,160 $0 $399,540 $1,997,700
Louis Valentine Park and Pier New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Kings $320,000 $0 $80,000 $400,000
The Lucy Trail Bike/Ped trail that connects downtown Jamestown with other existing trails in Celeron (near Chautauqua Lake) New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Chautauqua $965,200 $0 $241,300 $1,206,500
Town of Chemung Sidewalk Placement Project Construction of concerte sidewalk on several streets in the Hamlet of Chemung, Chemung County. Total sidewalk length porposed is 13,600 linear feet (2.58 miles) New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Chemung $600,000 $0 $300,000 $900,000
Olean Creek Bicycle and Pedestrian Crossing Bike/Ped path connecting downtown to eastside of Olean along railroad corridor. Construction of bike and pedestrian path 1400 feet long over Olean Creek to connect West Olean to East Olean. Land for trail currently owned by Southern Tier Rail Authority. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Olean Cattaraugus $535,516 $0 $133,879 $669,395
Thendara, Old Forge, Big Moose, Inlet & Eagle Bay (TOBIE) Path New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Herkimer $547,434 $0 $136,858 $684,292
Outer Harbor Waterfront Trail (8.5 miles) Project consists of an 8.5 mile bike/pedestrian trail from DL&W Terminal to Small Boat Harbor in Buffalo, which would provide a transportation link for pedestrians and bicyclists along Lake Erie. The proposed trail would connect various points of interes New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Buffalo Erie $980,000 $0 $797,500 $1,777,500
City of Kingston Connectivity Project Conduct Traffic Signal System Study, Reconstruct Repave Broadway, Streetscape Improvements and Pedstrian Improvements, Bldg Fa?ßade Improvements, lighting, Sidewalk Improvements and reconstruction and Waterfront Walkway/Bikeway Improvements New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Kingston Ulster $2,001,500 $0 $1,000,000 $3,001,500
MLK Blvd and Hall of Fame Terrace Streetscape Enhancements This project will transform the public realm along Martin Luther King Boulevard into a community- friendly walking environment enhanced by sitting areas and attractive landscaped terraces that will capture water run-off. Two new medians and pedestrian ref New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Bronx $1,600,000 $0 $400,000 $2,000,000
Pedestrian & Bike Connection to Charles Williams Park This project will link existing sidewalks together and create a continuous sidewalk connection along Harry Howard Boulevard. In addition, sidewalks will be extended to the entrance of the Charles Williams Park. Project consists of four elements: 1) constr New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Hudson Columbia $240,000 $0 $60,000 $300,000
Northside (East Pulteney Street) Pedestrian Safety Improvements Traffic Calming along East Pulteney Street in the City of Corning, pedestrian safety improvements, and bicycle accommodations New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Corning Steuben $480,000 $0 $120,000 $600,000
Albany Waterfront Intermodal Enhancements New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Albany Albany $985,420 $0 $420,000 $1,405,420
Rockaway/Gateway Greenway (on & off-street) New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Kings, Queens $950,000 $0 $300,000 $1,250,000
Cooperstown Downtown Streetscape and Pedestrian Improvements The project is geared at improving the experience of pedestrians and cyclists in the Cooperstown CBD. The project builds upon a current stormwater management project by replacing crumbing sidewalks while addressing water polution from urban runoff. The pr New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Cooperstown Otsego $1,761,200 $0 $440,300 $2,201,500
Putnam Plaza Transform a dull concrete traffic triangle into an attractive and safe amenity for pedestrians, subway and bus riders, bicyclists and drivers aloke. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Kings $2,403,743 $0 $600,936 $3,004,679
Landscaping and Scenic Beautification of the Battery Bikeway Proposed work includes a new perimeter bikeway, landscaping, security lighting, and curb repairs at Battery Park from Whitehall Street along State Street to Pier A at Battery Place. The serpentine path will slow travelers and encourage park usage. The co New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City New York $2,500,000 $0 $8,450,000 $10,950,000
Rockaway/Gateway Greenway, Ph. IIA & IIB New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Kings $950,000 $0 $300,000 $1,250,000
Hudson River Valley G-Way-Lighthouse Link (.32 miles) The project will construct a new 1700 foot trail in Fort Washington Park. This project will provide the final link in the 13.5 miles of the Hudson River Greenways in Manhattan. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City New York $2,000,000 $0 $2,647,000 $4,647,000
Broadway/Waterfront Access New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Troy Rensselaer $999,760 $0 $865,026 $1,864,786
Saranac River Trail Project will extend an existing trail to the downtown park, including construction of a new pedestrian bridge. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Plattsburgh Clinton $1,626,000 $0 $407,000 $2,033,000
Cuba's Landmark Connections to the Genessee Valley Greenway Planned are improvement of trail bed, construction of 60 ft. trail bridge over creek, installation of gates and signage, construction of 100 ft. footbridge over RR tracks, installation of parking lot and bicycle racks, creation of point of pedestrian link New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Cuba Allegany $589,400 $589,400 $0 $589,400
South Street Ped and Streetscape Improvements This project includes streetscape improvements to the west side of South Street between Dover Street and Montgomery Street, and improvements to the east curb line between Dover Street and Catherine Street and east side between Rutgers Street and Montgomer New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City New York $1,672,498 $0 $574,123 $2,246,621
Tillary and Adams Streets Mall Enhancements The project is designed to reduced conflicts between pedestrians and motorists and to introduce traffic calming.The site is the gateway to Downtown Brooklyn at Tillary Street and Adams Street (foot of Brooklyn Bridge) and continues through landscaped medi New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Kings $2,000,000 $0 $15,200,000 $17,200,000
Waterborne Trans. W. Side/Gateway New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Queens $166,000 $0 $41,500 $207,500
Marlboro Hamlet Pedestrian Improvements Replace 1020 LF of sidewalk and curb from King Street to St. Mary's Church New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Marlborough Ulster $132,208 $0 $33,052 $165,260
Harlem River Park Bikeway, Phase 2 (0.7 miles of trail) The proposed project will constructed 0.7 mile of trails to the Harlem River Park project. The work will include clearing and grading, the placement of clean fill , paving, reinforicing the armorstone rip-rap and releveing platform, landscapping, etc. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City New York $2,000,000 $0 $1,677,052 $3,677,052
Shorewood Drive/Welwyn Road Pedestrian and Bicyclist Enhancements Improve pedestrian walkways, add a raised crosswalk in the shopping district, add shared bicycle lanes, add new brick walkways and decorative pavers, enlarge the existing landscaped raised median, curb extensions throughout corridor, LED lightning New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Great Neck Plaza Nassau $838,000 $0 $246,000 $1,084,000
Glen Cove Hist. Courthouse/Ped Access New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Glen Cove Nassau $360,000 $0 $177,000 $537,000
South Haven to Rocky Point Scenic Bicycle Route New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Suffolk $320,000 $0 $80,000 $400,000
The Bay Shore Corridor Project Improving and modernizing of a transportation corridor that connects the Bay Shore LIRR station to Downtown Bay Shore and the Maple Avenue Ferry Terminals that serves the Fire Island communities. Bicycle usage on Fire Island is extremely growing every yea New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Islip Suffolk $1,615,514 $0 $538,505 $2,154,019
High Bridge Access The proposed project will develop access from the historic High Bridge Tower at 174 street ( tower terrence) to the Manhatten entrance of the High Bridge ( bridge Plaza). The historic cast iron station will be replicated and a new ramp will be designed. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City New York $2,000,000 $0 $1,120,000 $3,120,000
Hancock Ftness Trail & Scenic Overlook Provides will provide pedestrian access throughout the Village and includes a scenic overlook. Sidewalk construction will create a pedestrian pathway additions of fitness stations and benches for a total of 1 mile from residential areas to downtown, sceni New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Hancock Delaware $564,000 $564,000 $0 $564,000
Roxbury Sidewalk & Trail System (.72 miles) This project will remove and replace 1300 liner feet of slate sidewalk along the Main Street Historic District (also Route 30); recreate 1500 linear feet of a trail system from Main Street to the rail bed; restore the steps to the rail bed; etc. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Roxbury Delaware $71,423 $0 $30,000 $101,423
Picture Main Street Traffic calming and streetscaping on Main St. with ped. focus in Williamsville. Main Street pedestrian enhancements to ease congestion, enhance safety and attract people to business center. Part of village’s approved Complete Streets Initiative. Bulb outs New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Williamsville Erie $2,500,000 $0 $1,172,000 $3,672,000
Central Islip Pedestrian Improvements (1 mile) The project will consist of the construction of approximately 1 mile of pedestrian walkways, 0.5 pedestrain trail & streetscape amenities. The proposal includes: sidewalks, pavers and lighting at Wheeler Road, Carleton Avenue and Suffolk Avenue. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Islip Suffolk $179,625 $0 $59,875 $239,500
Jefferson Street Gateway Project This project seeks to repave 0.7 mile of Jefferson St., install 1,500 LF of sidewalk including curbing, address darinage, create two curbed pedestrian islands with landscapping, install two new community welcome signs, and install street trees and benches New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Monticello Sullivan $477,995 $0 $119,500 $597,495
Erie Canalway Trail: Greece to Pittsford A 10 mile trail construction project which is an element of a 348 mile cross-State bike/ped trail along the historic Erie Canal New York 2004 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Rochester Monroe $1,653,000 $0 $0 $1,653,000
Kingsbridge-Fordham Pedestrian Enhancements This project will reconfigure a section of the otherwise bustling Fordham Road retail corridor at Fordham and Kingsbridge Roads, creating a grand new park space surrounded by traffic calmed streets. The current Bryan Park consists of a scruffy fenced-in-t New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Bronx $2,000,000 $0 $500,000 $2,500,000
Walkable Monticello: Making the Connection Installation of new sidewalks and rehabilitation of current sidewalks that will link low income housing , the school complex, business and residences with commercial businesses New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Monticello Sullivan $333,205 $333,205 $0 $333,205
Erie Canalway Trail - Oriskany to Barnes Ave A 4 mile trail construction project which is an element of a 348 mile cross-State bike/ped trail along the historic Erie Canal New York 2003 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Oneida $962,000 $0 $238,000 $1,200,000
Glen Cove Esplanade, Phase 2 (.25 miles) The project consists of constructing 1300 LF walkway (bikeway) connecting Glen Cove Creek to Mill Pond and downtown Glen Cove. The Glen Cove Creek waterfront surrounds the 1.1 mile Glen Cove Creek bordered by Hempstead Harbor. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Glen Cove Nassau $1,958,912 $0 $489,728 $2,448,640
Lower East Side Artscape New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City New York $720,000 $0 $180,000 $900,000
Oneonta Susquehanna Greenway, Section 2 (2.3 miles) The project consists of the construction of a multiple use path as Section 2 of the the City of Oneonta Susquehanna Greenway Project. The project will extend from Rt. 205 at the DEC river access area to Main St. at the river bridge. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Oneonta Otsego $325,248 $0 $81,312 $406,560
Jamaica Center-Sutphin Blvd. Pedestrianization New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Queens $1,622,400 $0 $405,600 $2,028,000
Glen Cove Creek Esplanade New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Glen Cove Nassau $2,000,000 $0 $479,400 $2,479,400
Sea Cliff Steps Restoration New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Sea Cliff Nassau $112,000 $0 $48,000 $160,000
Wayne Canalway Trail New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Wayne $108,631 $0 $30,669 $139,300
Whitney Point Community & Lake Walkway/Bikeway New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Whitney Point Broome $86,170 $0 $35,000 $121,170
Crotona Park Greenway The proposed project will address the Crotona Park portion of the Bronx Greenway from Crotona Park North and Crotona Park East to Claremont Parkway and from Claremont Parkway to Crotona Parkway North and Crotona Avenue. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Bronx $728,900 $0 $200,000 $928,900
West Brook (Lake George) Conservation Initiative This project proposes to develop a public park at the site of an abandoned amusement park at the mouth of West Brook on the shore of Lake George in the Village. The park will included nature trails, fitness walks, open space, festival lawn and interpreta New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Lake George Warren $2,500,000 $0 $7,500,000 $10,000,000
Shoelace Park: Park and Greenway Entrance The creation of a gatewway to Shoelace Prk from 222nd Street and a clear and safe connection to the Bronx River Greenway is consistent with the Bronx River Greenway Plan. The project will create a new gateway to the Bronx River Greenway and Shoelace Park, New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Bronx $720,000 $0 $180,000 $900,000
Erie Canalway Trail: Jordan to Port Byron A five mile trail project New York 2004 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Onondaga $3,460,000 $0 $0 $3,460,000
Meadow Pedestrian Walk-Port Jefferson Project consists of a pedestrian walkway connecting to Village CBD. The walkway is in the heart of the Port Jefferson CBD near NY25A and the Long Island Sound. Several pedestrian linkages will be developed in a continuous system. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Port Jefferson Suffolk $296,400 $0 $74,100 $370,500
Canalway Trail, Ft Hunter to Canajoharie New York 2001 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Montgomery $2,400,000 $0 $600,000 $3,000,000
Greenport Harborwalk New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Greenport Suffolk $503,000 $0 $125,750 $628,750
N Middletown Rd Pedestrian Corridor Link Town Orangetown Streescape improvements from Crooked Hill Rd to Central Ave. 3000 feet of concrete sidewalk and curbing; 4 LED traffice signals; LED Street lights; signage; Landscaping and amenities. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Orangetown Rockland $1,899,859 $0 $633,286 $2,533,145
Roberto Clemente Plaza Reconstruction The project proposes to redesign and reconstruct the Roberto Clemente Plaza, a key intermodal transfer point, and to produce a streetscape and circulation plan for The Hub, a major intermodal intersection in the South Bronx. New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Bronx $2,000,000 $0 $500,000 $2,500,000
Ninth Avenue: W 15th Street to W 23rd Street (Gansevoort to Chelsea) The project involves reconstruction of 9th Avenue from 15th Street to 23rd Street in Manhattan, installing sidewalks and adding protected bicycle lane that connects to Hudson Street and Bleecker Street bike lanes. It will include narrowing roadbed and ad New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City New York $2,000,000 $0 $14,700,000 $16,700,000
Lakefront Access Improvement New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Geneva Ontario $315,760 $0 $173,940 $489,700
Erie Canalway Trail: Jordan to Camillus An 11 mile trail construction project which is an element of a 348 mile cross-State bike/ped trail along the historic Erie Canal New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Onondaga $2,210,000 $0 $0 $2,210,000
Town of Evans Multi-Use Pathway The project would construct a 4.25 mile extension to the Lake Shore bicycle and pedestrian pathway. This corridor lacks dedicated pedestrian and bicycle pathways, and motor vehicles are the primary mode of travel due to safety concerns among residents. New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Evans Erie $2,000,000 $0 $500,000 $2,500,000
Troy Pedestrian & Bicycle Trail New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Troy Rensselaer $1,634,500 $0 $655,800 $2,290,300
Main Street Enhancement Project II The project involves the installation of sidewalks, benches, trees, and pavement markings New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Andover Allegany $513,500 $513,500 $0 $513,500
Middlesex Sidewalk Program The program recommends 5 feet minimum width concrete sidewalks be installed along one or both sides of a majority of the roads within the community. The total length of proposed sidewalks is approximately 7,390 feet. The program proposes to provide a w New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Middlesex Yates $509,250 $0 $218,250 $727,500
Heritage Trail: Chester to Museum Village Build 4.4 miles of 10' wide paved bikeway on former RR ROW from the former train station in Chester to Museum Village in Monroe New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Chester Orange $307,200 $0 $76,800 $384,000
DE/Lackawana/Westrn Terminal Ctr Intermodal Transp. New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Buffalo Erie $960,000 $0 $240,000 $1,200,000
Lake Placid-Saranac Lake Pathway, Stage 2 A Rails with Trails project , 9 mile shared use path, with .5 miles of signed shared roadway, beginning at Lake Placid RR Station and ending at Union Depot at Saranac Lake. The pathway will be 10 feet wide, and 12 feet from the closest rail. The pathway New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities North Elba Essex $1,438,328 $0 $359,582 $1,797,910
Columbia St Ped Bridge Rehabilitation The Columbia St. Pedestrian Bridge forms a critical link between the East Hill and South Hill neighborhoods which includes the destinations of Cornell University, Collegetown, Ithaca College and the Six Mile Creek Natural Area. It was constructed in 197 New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Ithaca Tompkins $1,077,628 $1,077,628 $0 $1,077,628
Cato - Brutus Trail Project A 7-mile multi-use trail connecting the NYS Canalway Trail to the Cato-Fair Haven Trail and the Seaway Trail. Follows the abandoned Lehigh Valley Railroad line and provides multimodal transportation to remote fishing sites, a history center, and local bus New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Cayuga $180,290 $0 $80,040 $260,330
Snugs Hrbr Ferry Landing Restn, Ph. IIIA New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Richmond $400,000 $0 $100,000 $500,000
Elmira Promennade The Elmira Promenade will utilize the area under and adjacent to the Norfolk Southern RR viaduct changing it into an attractive and unified corridor approximately 1700 Lin Ft long with widths ranging from 20 - 33 feet with improved facilities for both pe New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Elmira Chemung $1,250,000 $0 $1,050,000 $2,300,000
Alexandria Bay Riverwalk The project will create a pedestrian riverwalk trail and include repairing a portion of the seawall, developing a boardwalk, as well as repairing walkways connecting to village streets. Project will connect the Village business center to the St. Lawrence New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Alexandria Bay Jefferson $907,120 $0 $226,780 $1,133,900
Nine Mile Creek Walk-Marcellus (1.35 miles) New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Marcellus Onondaga $214,000 $0 $54,000 $268,000
Brooklyn Army Terminal (Ferry) Esplanade* New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Kings $500,000 $0 $125,000 $625,000
Rome Harbor Project New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Rome Oneida $662,775 $0 $220,925 $883,700
Shoreline Access Imp. And stormwater quality infrastructure-Village of Sea Cliff The project proposes construction of walkways, harbor overlooks and stormwater interceptors along the Sea Cliff shorefront. The project will provide waterfront access, pedestrian trail way linkages and storm water quality infrastrucure. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Sea Cliff Nassau $904,300 $0 $230,000 $1,134,300
Newstead Trailway Expansion Project New bike/ped trail to connect downtown to existing 6.8 mi. trail-trail head development and signage included. Project will add 7,500 feet (1.4 miles of new asphalt trail (ten feet wide). New trail will be built along abandoned rail corridor (formerly Cana New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Newstead Erie $245,854 $0 $151,000 $396,854
University Avenue Artwalk New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Rochester Monroe $232,800 $0 $110,000 $342,800
Dwntwn Flushing Ped/Hist. Imprvmnts Proj, Ph. II* New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Queens $1,228,000 $0 $307,000 $1,535,000
Kiryas Joel Pedestrian Walk Program Build new sidewalks in Kiryas Joel New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Kiryas Joel Orange $400,000 $0 $100,000 $500,000
Amsterdam Avenue Enhancements New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City New York $400,000 $0 $100,000 $500,000
South Shore East Trail-Baldwinsville (.7 miles) The project involves developing a 3700 linear foot, handicapped accessible pedestrian/bicycle trail on historic Erie Canal linking Lions Community Park to the downtown business district in the center of the village near Water Street. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Baldwinsville Onondaga $264,000 $0 $132,403 $396,403
Long Path Acquisitions Acquire two properties to protect against the loss of the Long Path due to development New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Clarkstown Rockland $364,194 $0 $91,049 $455,243
North Central Avenue Pedestrian Safety Project The project proposes to construct 0.25 miles of a safe pedestrian walkway along North Central Avenue from the downtown business area to a proposed future rail station, Price Chopper Plaza, 294 residential housing unit, 10 crosswalks, 11 ADA compliant ramp New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Mechanicville Saratoga $400,000 $0 $100,000 $500,000
Binghamton Trail System, Phase 3 (1 mile) The project will construct a one mile trail system in the City of Binghamton from the Chenango River Promenade at the Clinton Street Bridge to Cheri Lindsey Park. Construction of this key urban section will connect Confluence Park & Chanango River Park. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Binghamton Broome $489,500 $0 $309,800 $799,300
Village of Wellsville Gateway Enhancements Create a Village gateway that is eco-friendly, encourages walking, calms traffic, and highlights the unique character of the Villag of Wellsville. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Wellsville Allegany $278,794 $0 $69,699 $348,493
Chemung River Corridor Trail - Lackawanna Trail Improvements Improvements to a utility access road to preparatory to use as a recreational trail - safety improvements, erosion controls, landscaping, a trailhead parking lot, and various other amenities. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Chemung $202,214 $0 $50,553 $252,767
Geneva Lakefront Linkages This project consists of pedestrian, safety and streetscape improvements to the intersection of Castle Street for multi-modal transportation access and Lakefront Trail improvements in the City of Geneva. Landscaping and way-finding kiosks are included. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Geneva Ontario $400,000 $0 $100,000 $500,000
St. George Ferry Terminal New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Richmond $1,200,000 $0 $300,000 $1,500,000
Black River Trail Extension Preserve a portion of the former New York Central Railroad right-of-way and develop a paved trail for year-round pedestrian, bike, rollerblade, ski and snowmobile transportation. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Jefferson $640,000 $0 $160,000 $800,000
South Otsiningo Riverfront Multi-Modal Trail The project includes the reconstruction and widening of an existing 8-foot wide walking path through Otsiningo Park along the Chenango River to a 12-foot wide multi-modal trail. The primary goal of this project is to establish a transportation corridor f New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Broome $406,300 $0 $101,580 $507,880
Fordham Plaza Project is designed to create a safe pedestrian plaza at Fordham Plaza and 3rd Avenue in the Bronx, which is located on bridge over MetroNorth Train Station Platform. The idea is to improve pedestrian amenities in the Fordham Road business improvement dis New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Bronx $2,500,000 $0 $12,875,745 $15,375,745
Main Street Sidewalks- Thompson to Transit Sidewalk project on Rt. 5 in Clarence similar to SRTS project. Sidewalk replacement from Transit to Harris Hill along both sides of Main. Thirty detectable warning curb ramps at intersections included. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Clarence Erie $415,600 $0 $103,901 $519,501
Canalway Trail Development, 1995 New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Fairport Monroe $400,000 $0 $100,000 $500,000
Keene-North Elba Safety and Bicycle Path New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Keene Essex $11,000 $0 $4,000 $15,000
Western Nassau Co. Southern State Parkway Corridor New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Lynbrook Nassau $665,000 $0 $188,000 $853,000
Maybrook Bikeway I: Dut. Co. line (Holmes Rd) to Route 164 Build 3.6 miles of 10' wide paved bikeway adjacent to an active railroad track on RR ROW from Holmes Road (Dutchess County line) to Route 164 New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Patterson Putnam $400,000 $0 $100,000 $500,000
Wassaic Bike/Ped Pathway Build 2.6 miles of 10' wide paved bikeway on RR ROW from Wassaic Train Station to Mechanoic Street in Amenia New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Amenia Dutchess $392,640 $0 $98,160 $490,800
Village Trail and Sidewalk Improvements The sidewalks will provide a link between neighborhoods, schools, commercial buildings and places of worship across the Village of Kiryas Joel. Install new off-road sidewalks to connect to existing sidewalks and streets. Includes lighting,drainage, signs, New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Kiryas Joel Orange $1,073,000 $0 $885,000 $1,958,000
Ravensdale - Saw Mill South County Trail & Pedestrian Links This project will link Hastings' neighborhoods to Hastings' Village Center and other Hastings-on-Hudson neighborhoods. Project will provide 2 connections to Westchester County's South County Trailway: 1) a pedestrian pathway along the west side of Route 9 New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Hastings-on-Hudson Westchester $148,000 $0 $67,000 $215,000
NYS Route 211 Pedestrian and Landscape Improvements New sidewalks (2200 lf) new ped signals at signalized intersections Ada ramps and landscaping very busy hard to cross area of RT 211 New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Wallkill Orange $1,336,000 $0 $334,000 $1,670,000
Islip Comprehensive/Bay Sh. Streetscape New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Islip Suffolk $230,000 $0 $57,500 $287,500
Fort Herkimer Church Park & Canalway Trail New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities German Flatts Herkimer $396,000 $0 $99,000 $495,000
The Mohawk River Trail Construction of a 5.5 mile trail, suitable for walking, jogging, biking, wheelchairs and strollers, from Harbor Park northerly through the City of Rome to Lake Delta Dam; Two trailheads New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Rome Oneida $1,000,000 $0 $251,500 $1,251,500
Town of Milton Sidewalk and Curb Project To provide a continuous pedestrian route along Geyser Road into the city and eventually onto NYS Route 50. It will provide for pedestrian access to Milton Town Center commercial area. Over 300 residential units will have access to the Town enter area via New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Milton Saratoga $1,000,000 $0 $710,000 $1,710,000
Centerway Bridge/Levee Top Trail Project This project proposes two separate but closely related work elements: the rehabilitation of the Centerway Bridge in downtown Corning and the construction of a levee top hike/bike trail approximately 3,200 feet in length between Bridge Street and the exis New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Corning Steuben $1,000,000 $0 $2,861,550 $3,861,550
Historic Flushing Strscpg/Ped. Imprvmnt* New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Queens $150,000 $0 $37,500 $187,500
Irondequoit Creek Multi-Use Trail (1.3 miles) A 1.3 mile, 10 foot wide, accessible bicycle/pedestrian trail between Linear Park/Four Corners areas of the Town of Penfield to the Panorama Plaza area, a dense commercial/office/residential area, and a new park/trailhead along the east bank of the Irond New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Penfield Monroe $230,813 $0 $100,000 $330,813
Hauppauge Stump Pond Trail Boardwalk Connection New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Hauppauge Suffolk $25,000 $0 $6,250 $31,250
Hudson River Greenway Trail - Tivoli Bays Bikeway Construct trail(s) at Tivoli Bays New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Tivoli Dutchess $12,000 $0 $3,000 $15,000
Otsiningo Park Trail Extension New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Chenango Broome $231,000 $0 $125,000 $356,000
Salmon River Greenway trail and Village Streetscape Improvements The River Greenway Trail will connect Jefferson Street in downtown Pulaski to Forest Glen Park and make improvements to a trail system which runs from shore to island and back to shore. The proposed project encompasses two interrelated design elements: (1 New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Pulaski Oswego $667,200 $0 $166,800 $834,000
Northeast Gateway and Clinton Avenue Corridor Enhancement Onondaga Canalways Trail is viewed as a critical component supporting regional non-motorized commuter travel. This 2.5 miles Onondaga Canalways Trail construction will further extend the already completed 5.0 miles section of the trail, from Lakeland to t New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Cortland Cortland $544,000 $0 $136,000 $680,000
RS&E Hikeway/Bikeway Erie Canal Crossing Proposed is a 250' long prefabricated steel truss pedestrian bridge over the Eire Canal along with a 205' long bridge ramp on the Canal's north side to provide accessibility. About 1,100' of Cobb's Lane (a Town-owned road) will be reconstructed to the no New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Perinton Monroe $1,498,350 $0 $376,950 $1,875,300
Little Swift Creek Ped. Facility, Freeport Bay Overlook New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Freeport Nassau $1,293,000 $0 $431,000 $1,724,000
Melrose/Metro North Station Access Study* New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Bronx $175,000 $0 $45,000 $220,000
Erie Canalways Trail Development Project Extension of the Erie Canalway Trail from Route 88 in the Village of Newark to the western boundary with the Village of Lyons, a length of 4.7 miles. Portions of the proposed trail will be 10' wide with a stone dust surface. Portions of the proposed tra New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Arcadia Wayne $984,550 $0 $421,950 $1,406,500
Susquehanna River Northern Bank Trail South Washington Street Bridge to Exchange Street Bridge Facilities for Pedestrian and Bicyclists .3 miles New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Binghamton Broome $667,920 $0 $200,000 $867,920
On-street Bike Parking, NYC New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City New York $400,000 $0 $100,000 $500,000
Bronx Soundview Greenway New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Bronx $1,280,000 $0 $320,000 $1,600,000
Hutchinson Bike-Walkway New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Bronx $640,000 $0 $160,000 $800,000
Manchester Gateway Pedestrian/Bicycle Pathway System Establishment of a 1.2 mile long, 10' wide stone dust surfaced path along the western bank of Canandaigua Outlet; construction of a 0.5 mile long, 5' wide concrete sidewalk along Rt. 96 & Water Street. New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Manchester Ontario $607,924 $0 $152,000 $759,924
Town of Campbell Hamlet Sidewalk Project Reconstruction of deteriorated and construction of new concerte sidewalk on several streets in the Hamlet of Campbell, Steuben County. Total sidewalk length porposed is 3,139 linear feet (0.59 miles). New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Campbell Steuben $164,960 $0 $41,240 $206,200
Middle Neck Road Pedestrian/Bike Pedestrian walkways on Middle Neck Road to Great Neck LIRR Station and bike lockers and racks at the LIRR Station New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Great Neck Nassau $510,000 $0 $315,000 $825,000
Cayuga-Waterfront Trail This is phase of 2 of a multi-use trail in the City of Ithaca, amounting to 1.6 miles, of that will link the south end of Cass Park with Inlet Park, the Farmers' Market, and unimproved pedestrian crossings of NY Route 13 at Dey and Third Streets. New York 2013 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Tompkins $525,432 $0 $131,358 $656,790
W. Martin Luther King Jr. Corridor Enhancements Replace a 0.25 +/- mile informal foot-path with a four-foot wide constructed walkway, through a key roadway adjacent to Forest Home Drive. This project will address the high concentration of pedestrian commuter traffic problem that has long plagued Forest Home Drive. The project is diverse, and varies greatly in length, alternating between varying widths along segments of concrete, stone, and patches of dirt. The objective of this project is to significantly upgrade and transform the north side of Forest Home Drive Walkway into a safe and easily maintained four-foot wide concrete walkway. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Ithaca Tompkins $600,000 $0 $150,000 $750,000
Erie Canal Heritage Trail II New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Statewide Statewide $468,000 $0 $324,000 $792,000
Pedestrian Facilities at Union Station New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Utica Oneida $200,000 $0 $50,750 $250,750
Town of Crawford Pedestrian Improvements Hamlet Pine Bush Sidewalk project new sidewalks, curbing, curb cuts and crosswalks(approx 1800 lf new sidewalk) New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Crawford Orange $611,029 $0 $153,000 $764,029
NYS Route 9 Complete Streets Improvement Proposes streetscape improvements, multi-modal enhancements & green infrastructure along 3/4 miles of NYS Rt. 9 in center of Lake George. Includes 3,000 ft sidewalks on west side, raised landscape median at gateway to Town, stormwater mitigation, access m New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Lake George Warren $1,100,000 $0 $490,000 $1,590,000
Owl's Head Greenway Connector The Owl's Head Connector project will provide a critical half-mile greenway link, located between 3rd Avenue and Owls Head Park, to connect the Sunset Pak Greenway to the Shore Parkway Greenway, The proposed project complements a recently completed projec New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Kings $1,100,000 $0 $320,000 $1,420,000
Tioughnioga River Waterfront Trail (2.7 mile paved trail) This project will construct a 2.7 mile paved trail along the east side of the West Branch of the Tioughnioga River between the Albany St Bridge in the Village of Homer and Yaman Park in the City of Cortland. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Homer Cortland $794,468 $0 $200,000 $994,468
Rhinecliff RR Station Pedestrian Overpass Rehabilitate / reconstruct pedestrian bridge over railroad tracks to provide river and RR platform access New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Rhinebeck Dutchess $200,000 $0 $50,000 $250,000
Hudson River Scenic Overlook/Trails, Marist College* Construct scenic overlook and pedestrian walkway from Route 9 to the overlook New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Poughkeepsie Dutchess $200,000 $0 $242,000 $442,000
Riverfront Park and Promenade Construct public park, including boat dock and launch, asphalt walking path, benches and trash receptacles, lighting, landscaping and the reconstruction of a tidal beach and wetlands New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities North Tarrytown Westchester $200,000 $0 $50,000 $250,000
Canadaigua Lagoon Walk (sidewalks, trails, and bridges .75 miles) Sidewalks will be constructed along Rts. 5&20 and trails and new bridges will be built through the Lagoon area to provide direct and naturalized pedestrian linkages between business, residential, and recreational facilities at the Canandaigua lakeshore New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Canandaigua Ontario $467,989 $0 $251,994 $719,983
Mowahk-Hudson Bike Path Trail Improvements (7 miles of 25 year old trail) The project will improve 7 miles of existing bicycle/pedestrian trail which is 25 years old and has extensive safety deficiencies. The project will repave the trail, sign and re-stripe intersections with roadways, install safety guiderail, etc. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Mohawk Albany $406,000 $0 $174,000 $580,000
Amherst Sidewalks for Safety Ext. of sidewalks done for SRTS projects to connect other areas of Amherst to schools. New concrete sidewalk along east side of Paradise Road, Covent Garden, south side of Klein Road, ADA Accessible Ramps, crosswalks, east side of Essjay Road and new sid New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Amherst Erie $406,400 $0 $101,600 $508,000
Erie Canal Heritage Trail New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Statewide Statewide $412,179 $0 $412,179 $824,358
North Port Stormwater & Intermodal Improvements New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Huntington Suffolk $1,984,000 $0 $496,000 $2,480,000
Greenbelt Bike/Ped N-S Connector New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Richmond $200,000 $0 $60,000 $260,000
Green Is. Scenic Overlook & Fishing & Ped. Access* New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Nassau $240,000 $0 $60,000 $300,000
Oneida Rail Trail: Wampsville/Oneida Connector Construction of a 3.1 mile trail segment from the Old Erie Canal Towpath in the Village of Wampsville to N. Willow St in the City of Oneida. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Oneida Madison $545,830 $0 $225,810 $771,640
SUNY Stony Brook Bike Program New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Stony Brook Suffolk $412,000 $0 $105,000 $517,000
Route 169 Corridor Improvement Project New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Little Falls Herkimer $238,000 $0 $102,000 $340,000
Erie Canalway Trail: Mohawk to Frankfort A 4 mile trail construction project which is an element of a 348 mile cross-State bike/ped trail along the historic Erie Canal New York 2004 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Herkimer $244,000 $0 $0 $244,000
Boonville Canal Trail New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Boonville Oneida $236,670 $0 $145,290 $381,960
Alley Pond Path Recnstrctn/Queens Grnwy New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Queens $525,000 $0 $135,000 $660,000
Historic Erie Canal Trail New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Holley Orleans $8,000 $0 $2,000 $10,000
Cayuga Waterfront Trail, Phase 2 (1.6 miles) This is phase of 2 of a multi-use trail in the City of Ithaca, amounting to 1.6 miles, of that will link the south end of Cass Park with Inlet Park, the Farmers' Market, and inmproved pedestrian crossings of NY Route 13 at Dey and Third Streets. New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Ithaca Tompkins $488,304 $0 $189,420 $677,724
Linking Landmarks Along the Hudson (.95 miles of trail) Restore/reconstruct 5,000 LF of trail on a 37-acre parcel recently purchased by Westchester County from the Unification Church, land that was recently detemined to be eligible for the National Register. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Tarrytown Westchester $568,000 $0 $142,000 $710,000
Jamaica Transportation Center-Pedestrian Bridge The proposed project will provide a enclosed pedestrain bridge to link the Jamacia Air Train Terminal at platform level ( 45 feet above grade) with an office building that will be constructed on the east side iof Sutphin avenue. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Queens $746,000 $0 $200,000 $946,000
Staten Island South Shore Greenway New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Richmond $88,000 $0 $23,000 $111,000
Sherwood-Two Mile Creek Greenway A two mile bicycle/pedestrian trail will be constructed in the Town of Tonawanda. Approximately 3/4 of the trail will be constructed on what now is grassy areas of property to be donated by companies and along highway ROW. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Tonawanda Erie $582,185 $0 $313,485 $895,670
Suffolk County Bikeway Extension New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Suffolk $74,000 $0 $18,000 $92,000
Route 4 Broadway Pedestrian Rediscovery Project This project includes 3400 linear feet of five foot sidewalk and period-style street lights adjacent to the new sidewalk to connect Broadway Business District (Route 4) to the historic New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Fort Edward Washington $245,000 $0 $69,000 $314,000
Pendleton Recreational Pathway Expansion Project Extension of rails to trails project that was funded with multi-modal funding. Proposed TEP funds will complete final phase of converting 6.1 miles of former railroad corridor into bike and pedestrian trail. Design and construct of 2.8 miles of ADA compli New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Pendleton Niagara $640,153 $0 $160,038 $800,191
Erie Canalway Trail: South Amsterdam to Pattersonville "Closing the Gap" Construction of 10' wide paved extension of the Erie Canalway Trail from the existing terminus of the trail east of Amsterdam to the intersection with NYS Route 5S in Pattersonville. The project also includes rehabilitation of the RR bridges over Terwill New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Montgomery $980,000 $0 $245,000 $1,225,000
Harbor Walk in Historic Stony Brook* New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Brookhaven Suffolk $144,000 $0 $51,000 $195,000
Ped Crossings of NYS Route 13 at Third and Dey Sts. The project proposes to make ped improvements to the crossing at the intersections of Third and Dey Sts. Also the project will make a sidewalk connection between the City sidewalk network and The farmers market and the proposed Cayuga Waterfront Trail. New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Ithaca Tompkins $581,202 $0 $145,300 $726,502
Sparta Ped Bridge over Metro - North Construct pedestrian bridge over MNRR tracks to access Hudson River New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Ossining Westchester $581,380 $0 $165,000 $746,380
Greenpoint Terminal Market Mixed-Use Plan New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Kings $1,169,075 $0 $550,154 $1,719,229
Elmwood Avenue/Collegetown Cycle Track City to design & construct a physically separated two-way cycle track within the Elmwood Avenue corridor between the Genesee Riverway Trail and Mt. Hope Avenue. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Rochester Monroe $1,000,000 $0 $500,000 $1,500,000
Ellicott Trail A 4.3 mile trail including 2/3 off-road and 1/3 on-road pedestrian & bicyclist facilities. Some of it located on a former abandoned railroad corridor, some of it next to former industrial center in the City of Batavia. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Batavia Genesee $1,024,492 $0 $341,497 $1,365,989
Waterfront Access and Mobility: : Croton Gorge Trail* Upgrade an existing pedestrian trail on the unimproved section of Truesdale Avenue (a "paper" street) from Cleveland Drive to the paved portion of Truesdale Avenue (0.58 miles) New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Sleepy Hollow Westchester $46,800 $0 $148,200 $195,000
Historic Hadley Bow Bridge The project involves the preserve a bridge of national historic civil engineering importance and will reopen a vehicular and pedestrian corssing, which is linked to a popular scenic vista, an actively used portion of the Sacandaga River, a network of foo New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Hadley Saratoga $1,160,000 $0 $290,000 $1,450,000
OBPA Intermodal New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Ogdensburg St. Lawrence $240,400 $0 $60,100 $300,500
Whitehall Main St./Canal Corridor Revitalization New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Whitehall Washington $392,500 $0 $662,000 $1,054,500
Mayville Lakeside Pedestrian and Bike Path- Section 4 Bike/Ped trail that provides new facilities around Chautauqua Lake near Mayville and Rt. 394. 1.25 MI. shared use paved off road trail offering alternative pedestrian/bike trail along portion of abandoned rail corridor from Mayville to the Northern Lakesh New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Chautauqua $611,200 $0 $152,800 $764,000
Highland Crossing Trail A 3.3 mile-long bicycle & pedestrian path with off-road and on-road sections that runs through the west side of the Town of Brighton and the southeast side of the City of Rochester. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Brighton Monroe $1,331,040 $0 $867,760 $2,198,800
Philip A. Rayhill Trail Phase I Extension Project Construction of approximately a total of 10,320 feet long trail; the trail will primarily be 10 feet wide asphalt concrete, consisting of 4 trail segments; construction of a pedestrian bridge; appurtenant work, i.e. sinage and gates, at intersections wit New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New Hartford Oneida $841,600 $0 $210,400 $1,052,000
Brown/South/Esther Streetscape-Phase2 Streetscape Project is 2nd and final phase of a four block City of Peekskill revitalization in its downtown center. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Peekskill Westchester $788,000 $0 $197,000 $985,000
Aluminum History Trail Project Development of a Pedestrian/Bicycle path linking recreational amenities along the St. Lawrence River, including Whalen Park, Massena Country Club, Messena Beach, Richards Landing Trail and the Massena Intake Boat Launch with the downtown area of the Villa New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Massena St. Lawrence $1,153,800 $0 $309,372 $1,463,172
Scotts Corner Bike/Ped Safety Streetscape Project At Scotts Cornors along Westerchester Ave., project will result in installation, replacement, repair of traffic calming measures, sidewalks, curb bulb-outs, brick pavers, crosswalks, street lamps, gateway mounuments, signage, landscaped medians. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Pound Ridge Westchester $1,480,000 $0 $370,000 $1,850,000
Luther Rd (NY 151) Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Improvements This project will provide new curbing and 5 foot wide concrete sidewalks along both sides of Luther Road, pedestrian scale lighting, high visibility crosswalks. Luther Road shoulders will be widened 6 feet to form bicycle lanes, shared use lanes along Mic New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities East Greenbush Rensselaer $1,538,080 $0 $424,520 $1,962,600
Erie Canal Towpath Community Connector Project A trail project with 10 foot width connecting Clifton Park and Halfmoon along the Erie Canal towpath, building the Mohawk Towpath Trail. This will provide a safer alternative system for peds & bicyclists and improve the nationally designated Mohawk Towp New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Clifton Park Saratoga $1,680,000 $0 $420,000 $2,100,000
Black Bridge over the Catskill Creek Fully rehabilitate a 440 ft long historic Pratt type wrought iron through truss bridge to safely carry pedestrians and bicycles, connecting the Village north and south of bridge. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Catskill Greene $2,240,000 $0 $560,000 $2,800,000
West Street Greenway Project will construction of Class 1 bike lane along West Street between Eagle and Quay Streets. The West Street Greenway will connect to the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway and will travel through neighborhoods such as: Greenpoint, Williamsburg, Brooklyln New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Kings $2,500,000 $0 $2,740,832 $5,240,832
Pulaski Bridge Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements Widen the pedestrian/bicycle path to create mode separation between pedestrian and bicycle by reducing one lane for motor vehicle traffic New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Queens $2,500,000 $0 $963,362 $3,463,362
Hell Gate Pathway Phase III Final phase of the 'Hell Gate Pathway' will provide dedicated north-south bicycle and pedestrian travel through Randall's Island. The route under the arches of the Hell Gate railroad trestle will connect to non-vehicular access points to all three surroun New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City New York $2,500,000 $0 $1,066,428 $3,566,428
N. Shore Esplanade Ext., Staten Is. Ferry Term. New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Richmond $582,000 $0 $3,500,000 $4,082,000
Owasco River Greenway Trail Construction Multi-phased project to improve the primary entrance into the City - Exit 11/ Route 13 interchange of Interstate 81 and the Route 13 corridor connecting this highway commercial area to the downtown and SUNY Cortland. Exit 11 of Interstate 81 is located wi New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Auburn Cayuga $1,322,000 $0 $330,560 $1,652,560
Queens Bike/Ped.Greenway (on & off-street) New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Queens $832,000 $0 $208,000 $1,040,000
Canalway Trail Development, 1995 New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Fairport Monroe $400,000 $0 $100,000 $500,000
Croton Harmon Parking Facility Pedestrian and Bicycle Enhancements The project will link village street network with Metro North RR station. Work involves construction of shared bicycle/pedestrian paths on both sides of Croton Point Ave. between Riverside Ave. and the southbound Rt 9 exit ramps. Also construction of a s New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Croton-on-Hudson Westchester $1,199,745 $0 $299,936 $1,499,681
Erie Canalway Trail - Rotterdam Junction to Amsterdam The10 mile trail construction project links two completed segments New York 2004 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Schenectady $27,000 $0 $0 $27,000
Revitalization West Nyack Phase 2 Town Clarkstown Streetscape improvements on Strawtown Rd/Sicletown Rd in Hamlet of West Nyack, to extend phase I improvements. Six-foot sidewalks, curbing, pavers, period street lights, bike racks, landscaping. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Clarkstown Rockland $2,321,224 $0 $1,249,889 $3,571,113
NYS Route 9 Ped Bypass New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Plattsburgh Clinton $379,375 $0 $94,844 $474,219
Grand Central Ped Network New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City New York $188,000 $0 $47,000 $235,000
City of Ithaca Bicycle Plan New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Ithaca Tompkins $80,000 $0 $20,000 $100,000
Union Ship Canal Open Space The project consists of an extension of an existing lakefront trail to provide access to a new 275-acre commerce park. This project would provide the necessary pedestrian and bicycle components for a 22-acre promenade surrounding an existing industrial a New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Erie $1,430,199 $0 $1,653,749 $3,083,948
Town of Evans Multi-Use Pathway The project consists of a bicycle/pedestrian trail along Old Lake Shore Rd from Evans Town Park to Wendt Beach County Park. This trail is a link to an overall plan to build a continuous trail along Lake Erie and the Niagara River. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Evans Erie $754,300 $0 $350,000 $1,104,300
Schuyler's Canal Towpath New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Schuylerville Saratoga $94,880 $0 $23,732 $118,612
Station Plaza The project will create attractive, safe, well-lit transit hub for the traveling public at Jamaica Station Plaza at the intersection of Sutphin Boulevard and Archer Avenue./ Create regional sub-center and transit hub for Queens, NY as part of GJDC Vision New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Queens $2,500,000 $0 $52,896,404 $55,396,404
Pedestrian Accessibility Improvements NYS 86 Replace detertiorated sidewalk in order to improve pedestrian accessibility and safety while connecting residents to the downtown, business district and North Country Community College. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Saranac Lake Franklin $761,600 $0 $190,400 $952,000
Walkway Over the Hudson The project will provide easy access from the Poughkeepsie Pedestrian (Walkway-over-the-Hudson) Bridge, which spans the Hudson River on a former RR bridge, to the Poughkeepsie waterfront and will thereby link the Hudson Valley Rail Trail and the proposed New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Poughkeepsie Dutchess $2,400,000 $2,400,000 $0 $2,400,000
Wassaic Trail to the Train The project will connects the existing Harlem Valley Rail Trail at Wassaic RR Station with the Hamlet of Wassaic by constructing a multi-use trail with in the Metro North Railroad ROW 0.6 mile long. New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Amenia Dutchess $480,000 $0 $120,000 $600,000
Chenango River Trails Connection Project The project is a multi-use trail from Cheri Lindsey Park to Broome County's Otsenengo Trail. The project will provide linkages to other bike/ped trails in the community. It connects to the County Trail - an extremely popular and successful former TEP pro New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Binghamton Broome $718,096 $0 $252,576 $970,672
Morningthorpe Avenue Pedestrian Bridge Connection Morningthorpe Avenue Bridge is a gateway corridor between the Croton River access point, Park Street and Main Street in the Village of Brewster. It is in need of replacement due to safety violations placed on the existing structure. In New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Putnam $2,000,000 $0 $500,000 $2,500,000
Scajaquada Pathway, Phase 3 New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Buffalo Erie $1,000,000 $0 $250,000 $1,250,000
Oneida River Lighthouse Park Rehabilitation of a 1915 canal lighthouse that is still in operation. Will provide an ADA compliant public space at the foot of the lighthouse, educational kiosk, interpretive signs, benches, bike racks, underground electric service to the lighthouse, 4 b New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Hastings Oswego $188,000 $0 $47,000 $235,000
Carmel Revitalization II Install sidewalks and curbs: 1) on westbound side of Route 6 from Route 52 to Old Route 6 (6700 lf); 2) on eastbound side of Route 6 from Route 52 to funeral home (400 lf); 3) on northbound side of Seminary Hill Road from Route 52 to senior housing comple New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Putnam $1,400,000 $0 $350,000 $1,750,000
Willoughby Street Gateway Plaza Willoughby Street from Pearl Street west and north onto the Adams Street service road has been transformed into a pedestrian plaza by closing the road to vehicles. The current plaza uses inexpensive tables, chairs and planters in the roadbed while DOT stu New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Kings $1,400,000 $0 $350,000 $1,750,000
Signage for Flushing Meadows Walkways* New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Queens $65,000 $0 $28,000 $93,000
Playland Parkway Pathway Expansion The proposed pathway improvements will provide greater links to mass transit options such as Metro North New Haven Line Stations, Interstate 95, US Route 1 and Playland Park. Project proposes 3.97 miles of bicycle and pedestrian paths in following locati New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Westchester $1,580,000 $0 $395,000 $1,975,000
Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway-Gowanus Connector Greenway connection between Smith Street and 29th Street along the Brookyn waterfront to improve safety and mobility in the non-motorized transportation network in this area. Create a safe and attractive ped/bicycle route between these two communities to New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Kings $2,500,000 $0 $4,862,261 $7,362,261
Old River Road Bike Route New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Sullivan Chemung $105,250 $0 $30,500 $135,750
Pawling Pedestrian/Bike Paths/Sidewalks Construct 2300 LF of sidewalk on Charles Colman Boulevard from end of existing sidewalk north to Lakeside Drive New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Pawling Dutchess $272,000 $0 $68,000 $340,000
East Houston Pedestrian Project New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City New York $880,000 $0 $220,000 $1,100,000
Southampton Bicycle and Pedestrian New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Southhampton Suffolk $678,983 $0 $275,155 $954,138
Williamsburg Bus Depot The Willaimsburg Bus Depot offers the first image drivers and subway riders have of the Borugh of Brooklyn arriving over the Williamsburg Bridge from Manhattan. This project seks to improve this location including the adjacent streetscape of Broadway and New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Kings $790,000 $0 $510,000 $1,300,000
Erie Canalway Trail: Amherst to Lockport Design work for a 6.5 mile trail construction project which is an element of a 348 mile cross-State bike/ped trail along the historic Erie Canal New York 2004 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Niagara $2,797,000 $0 $0 $2,797,000
West Farms Zooway New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Bronx $226,800 $0 $173,000 $399,800
Hamlet of Hillsdale Pedestrian Streetscape Enhancements Sidewalk replacement and crosswalk installation in hamlet center at intersections of State Highways 22 and 23 New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Hillsdale Columbia $754,975 $0 $188,743 $943,718
Downtown Watertown Streetscape The project will enhance the Public Square and surrounding area. in the City of Watertown Phase II will include design and construction of sidewalk and curbing improvements, landscaping, street lighting andd other street amenities on Public Square. New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Watertown Jefferson $800,000 $0 $200,000 $1,000,000
Glen Cove Transp. Enhancements New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Glen Cove Nassau $570,000 $0 $161,000 $731,000
Verplanck Waterfront Trail Build 0.6 mile pedestrian trail on Riverview Avenue from Steamboat Dock to Kings Ferry Road/6th Street New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Cortlandt Westchester $185,760 $0 $65,016 $250,776
Town of Riverhead Alternative Transportation Path Implement an Alternative Transportation Path for bicycle and pedestrian use to connect various activity centers throughout the Town of Riverhead. Project will connect existing bicycle and pedestrian paths and public transportation to various centers in to New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Riverhead Suffolk $3,158,632 $3,158,632 $0 $3,158,632
Canalway Trail, Ft Plain to Minden New York 2001 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Montgomery $800,000 $0 $200,000 $1,000,000
Harlem Gateway Corridor New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City New York $870,370 $0 $377,260 $1,247,630
Port Jervis Safe Sidewalks Program/East Main Street & Kingston Avenue Replace 6000 lf of sidewalk in vicinity of school. Existing sidewalk in deplorable condition and missing sections will be replaced with new sidewalks. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Port Jervis Orange $745,178 $0 $186,294 $931,472
CR 32 Bike/Ped Trail Village of Greene and Village of Oxford. Encompasses part of the Finger Lakes Trail. Paving the Current gravel shoulders along County Route 32 with 5' asphalt. Providing a 27.5 mile round trip safe corridor of passage for both bicyclists and pedestrians. New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Oxford Chenango $620,000 $0 $155,000 $775,000
Intermodal Enhancements Jamaica LIRR The project purpose is to create a comfortable, attractive, safe and well lit pedestrian environment for bus passengers using the bus stops in the underpass, as well as for subway users walking along Sutphin Blvd to and from the subway exits on Archer Ave New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Queens $1,500,000 $0 $11,365,890 $12,865,890
Victor Hiking Trails/Village of Victor This project added sidewalks along one side of East St. New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Victor Ontario $2,640 $0 $660 $3,300
Port Jefferson-Main St (Rt 25A) Beaut. & Ped. Trail Impv. New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Port Jefferson Suffolk $37,000 $0 $10,000 $47,000
Queens East River and North Shore Greenway The development of this greenway enhances the existing transportation system by adding an alternative transportation facility, positively promotes in the city improving pedestrian and bike safety. This greenway enhances transportation facilities by landsc New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Queens $1,440,000 $0 $360,000 $1,800,000
Union Ship Canal Promenade The project would link several future commercial development parcels with an existing regional trail that extends along a significant portion of the Lake Erie and Niagara River waterfront. Under the proposed project, improvements will be made at the weste New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Buffalo Erie $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $0 $2,000,000
*Sunrise Highway Streetscape Program Implement pedestrian streetscape improvements to NY 27 by improving safety and circulation, facilitating access by pedestrians and bicyclists to commericial, recreational and transportation destrinations while enhancing the scenic quality of the highway. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Freeport Nassau $1,655,871 $0 $413,968 $2,069,839
Cobleskill Pedestrian Wakway Bicycle Path and Route 7 Enhancement from Schoharie Parkway to the New Railroad Bridge The project will link with another project and create a continuous pedestrian/bike link from the College to the Village of Cobleskill along 5 miles of NYS Route 7 that bisects SUNY Cobleskill. Project to add a concrete sidewalk to one side of NYS Route 7 New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Cobleskill Schoharie $1,403,841 $1,403,841 $0 $1,403,841
Erie Canalway Trail: Tonawanda to Amherst A 5 mile trail construction project which is an element of a 348 mile cross-State bike/ped trail along the historic Erie Canal New York 2004 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Buffalo Erie $1,375,000 $0 $0 $1,375,000
Gang Mills sidewalk and Bike Lane Project The Gang Mills Sidewalk and Bike Lane Project will enhance bike and pedestrian safety and access throughout the Town of Erwin by construction 0.45 miles of sidewalk; widening 0.97 miles of road to accommodate 4 foot wide bike lanes; striping 4 ft wide bik New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Erwin Steuben $130,630 $0 $46,945 $177,575
Conklin Multi-Use Trail Plan Conklin wetlands Trail System Bike/ Pedestrian trail project New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Conklin Broome $449,292 $0 $139,950 $589,242
Wagner Sq. Canalway Trail Enh. Project New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Canajoharie Montgomery $185,000 $0 $55,000 $240,000
Potsdam Walk-Bike Enhancement Project The project will develop bicycle lanes that will connect two universities with downtown Potsdam, as well as with parks and the retail corridor along which it will run. New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Potsdam St. Lawrence $1,450,000 $1,450,000 $0 $1,450,000
Sunrise Highway Scenic Streetscape Improvements New York 2000 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Hempstead Nassau $1,370,930 $0 $386,673 $1,757,603
Larchmont RR Station Enhance the appearance of the Larchmont RR Station - Palmer Avenue Business District by improving street and sidewalk lighting, providing new bicycle parking facilities, improving sidewalk conditions, improving bus waiting facilities, eliminating barriers New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Larchmont Westchester $683,704 $0 $170,926 $854,630
Onondaga Lake Canalways Trail-State Fair Boulevard Extension Onondaga Canalways Trail is viewed as a critical component supporting regional non-motorized commuter travel. This 2.5 miles Onondaga Canalways Trail construction will further extend the already completed 5.0 miles section of the trail, from Lakeland to the New York State Fairgrounds. It will include trail construction from west of Harbor Brook to pedestrian bridge over the CSX mainline to gain access to State Fair Blvd., including 2 new pedestrian bridges. New York 2014 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Onondaga $1,530,000 $0 $1,770,000 $3,300,000
Acquisition of 306 acres for Paumonok Path Trail Additions New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Suffolk $180,000 $0 $45,000 $225,000
Oswego Harbor Trail - West The trail will connect the West side Port and Marina's on Lake Ontario and Parks of Oswego New York 2006 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Oswego Oswego $638,960 $0 $159,740 $798,700
Kingston Point Pedestrian Bridge Re-install pedestrian bridge over inner lagoon at Kingston Point to restore access to the existing pier New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Kingston Ulster $28,800 $0 $7,200 $36,000
Old Croton Aqueduct Trail (design & install signage, trail markers, and trailheads along 14.8 miles of trail) The project will design and install signage, trail markers, and trailheads atop the Old Croton Aqueduct from the City's border with Westchester County to Bryant Park, total of 14.8 miles. The project will connect to the Westchester County 26.2 mile trail New York 2002 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Bronx $262,224 $0 $65,556 $327,780
Islip Town Wide Sidewalk & Bikeway Improvements New York 1996 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Islip Suffolk $185,000 $0 $46,250 $231,250
Streetscape/Ped. Imp., Jamaica Ctr. LIRR St.* New York 1994 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Queens $865,000 $0 $220,000 $1,085,000
Hunter's Point South Bikeway & Streetscape Improvements Project will develop Class 1 and Class 2 Bike Lanes from 50th Avenue, 51st Street, 2nd Street, Center Boulevard. The project’s purpose is to encourage non-motorized transit; provide for recreational and commuter activities. New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities New York City Queens $1,560,233 $0 $1,040,155 $2,600,388
Canton Area Recreational/Commuter Trail System New York 1995 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities Canton St. Lawrence $448,226 $0 $290,785 $739,011
Jackson R/Stone Shoulder Improvements Construction of 7.3 lane miles of 5' wide paved shoulders along Jackson Rd. from Jackson Rd. Extension to Atlantic Ave. and from State Rd. to Ridge Rd., and along Stone Rd. from Pinnacle Rd. to Clover St.; some drainage improvements are proposed; should New York 2009 1 (TE) 1. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities 0 Monroe $1,100,000 $1,100,000 $650,000 $1,750,000
Chautauqua Children's Safety Education Village The activity will provide targeted pedestrian or bicycle safety is not addressed by local schools or law enforcement in the community. It would fill this gap in education to meet the goals set forth by the Enhancement Program to provide safe transportatio New York 2009 2 (TE) 2. Pedestrian and bicycle safety and educational activities 0 Chautauqua $1,760,750 $1,760,750 $0 $1,760,750
Brookhaven Children's Safety Town Miniature village with an educational facility to instruct children in bike/pedestrian safety using bicycles and miniature electric vehicles New York 2006 2 (TE) 2. Pedestrian and bicycle safety and educational activities Brookhaven Suffolk $138,800 $0 $35,200 $174,000
Jericho Hist. Prsrv, Jackson/Malcolm Farmstead New York 1996 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Jericho Nassau $507,000 $0 $355,000 $862,000
Long Is. Expressway Peconic Viewshed New York 1996 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites 0 Suffolk $170,000 $0 $42,500 $212,500
Route 28 Scenic and Recreational Easements* Scenic acquisition of 5 properties near Catskill Interpretive Center, Route 28 billboard removal, Catskill Forest Preserve brochure, trailhead parking at Pine Hill and Mount Tremper, 3 interpretive kiosks and Route 28 recreational facility signage New York 1994 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Shandaken Ulster $316,000 $0 $160,000 $476,000
Fort Montgomery Battle Site Construct visitors center, with driveway and parking, for Fort Montgomery Battle Site New York 2000 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Highlands Orange $592,500 $0 $197,500 $790,000
Taconic Ridge-Tarr Parcel Land Acquisition New York 1995 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites 0 Rensselaer $267,200 $0 $66,800 $334,000
Susquehanna Turnpike Preservation The project will protect the qualities of the byway and provide the traveler with historic and cultural interpretation of the post-revolutionary farming settlement. It must acquire a conservation easement protecting 2300 feet of frontage (100 acres) on b New York 2006 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Durham Greene $384,000 $0 $96,000 $480,000
Woodcleft Scenic Easement New York 1995 3 (TE) 3. Acquisition of scenic or historic easements and sites Freeport Nassau $264,000 $0 $75,000 $339,000
Niagara USA Official Visitor Information Center The project would construct a 5,000 sq. ft. visitor information center near the main entrance to Niagara Falls State Park. The City currently leases space and seeks a permanent facility. New York 2006 4 (TE) 4. Scenic or historic highway programs including tourist and welcome centers Niagara Falls Niagara $1,044,000 $0 $386,000 $1,430,000
John Jay Homestead Visitor's Center Restoration of Carriage Barn and conversion into a visitor's center. Visitor's center will contain an info desk, video viewing area, hands-on activity space, permanent and rotating exhibit space, and a gift shop. Part I improvements include woodwork rep New York 2006 4 (TE) 4. Scenic or historic highway programs including tourist and welcome centers Katonah Westchester $300,000 $0 $325,000 $625,000
Seaway Trail Scenic Byway Interpretive Ctr. New York 1995 4 (TE) 4. Scenic or historic highway programs including tourist and welcome centers Sackatts Jefferson $1,109,145 $0 $277,286 $1,386,431
Village of Owego Streetscape This project proposes to improve the streetscapes in the Village of Owego Historic District. It will extend the new Court Street bridge's historic period lighting around Courthouse Square, on Front Street west of the new bridge and east along the CBD. New York 2002 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Owego Tioga $720,000 $0 $180,000 $900,000
Hornell Gateway Improvement Project (0.6 miles) The project proposes landscaping and other construction that enhances the aesthetic and ecological resources along State Route 36 in the City of Hornell for 0.6 mile. The project will include provisions for period lighting in the median, etc. New York 2002 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Hornell Steuben $315,606 $0 $105,202 $420,808
Beautification, Connection and Waterway Enhancement Project 1) Enhancements to South Park Avenue from the city line to Louisiana Street including new sidewalk installation, landscaping and pedestrian signal improvements. 2. Aesthetically inviting landscape and streetscape improvements to Tifft Street, which serve New York 2009 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Buffalo Erie $1,120,000 $0 $280,000 $1,400,000
Newfane Streetscape Improvements Beautifcation of Main St. (78) including Gateway treatments, pocket park improvements and streetscaping. Aesthetic improvements along Route 78 (Lockport/Olcott Rd). Quarter mile business sector improvements include new Gateway (brick columns with banners) New York 2014 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Newfane Niagara $336,880 $0 $84,220 $421,100
LIRR Station Enhancements New York 1996 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Southampton Suffolk $624,000 $0 $156,000 $780,000
Penn Yan Historic Lighting* New York 1995 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Penn Yan Yates $76,815 $0 $22,730 $99,545
Beautification, Connection and Waterway Enhancement Project 1) Enhancements to South Park Avenue from the city line to Louisiana Street including new sidewalk installation, landscaping and pedestrian signal improvements. 2. Aesthetically inviting landscape and streetscape improvements to Tifft Street, which serve New York 2009 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Buffalo Erie $1,725,000 $1,725,000 $0 $1,725,000
Main Street Enhancement-Lockport Project consists of streetscape enhancements along Main Street from Transit Street to Washburn Street. Work will include curbing, sidewalks and lighting. New York 2002 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Lockport Niagara $815,000 $0 $217,000 $1,032,000
Marcellus Main & North St. Streetscape Improvements New York 2000 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Marcellus Onondaga $108,000 $0 $27,000 $135,000
Civic Strip The Civic Strip" is a vital link to Syracuse University's Connective Corridor, which will link University Hill to Syracuse's downtown. The project is intended to transform a portion of "the civic strip" into a thriving urban area with imaginative lighting New York 2009 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Syracuse Onondaga $1,550,000 $0 $1,606,000 $3,156,000
Spencertown Academy Grounds Restoration Construct lighted walkway between Academy and parking lot, repair driveway and parking lot, construct rear building steps, replace front steps, build additional walkways and provide landscaping New York 1994 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Austerlitz Columbia $37,200 $0 $17,474 $54,674
BID Streetscape Project New York 2000 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Norwich Chenango $645,000 $0 $275,000 $920,000
Long Beach Beaut. @ West Bay Dr. New York 1995 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Long Beach Nassau $26,000 $0 $74,000 $100,000
Skaneateles Gateway West New York 2000 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Skaneateles Onondaga $342,400 $0 $86,600 $429,000
South Peterboro Street Enhancement Project Phase I Streetscape and landscape enhancements along South Peterboro Street between Canal Street and the railroad bridge, a distance of approximately 1,000 feet. The improvements include historic period lighting, new sidewalks, street trees and grates, and new c New York 2014 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Canastota Madison $519,968 $0 $129,992 $649,960
Grey to Green: East Dominick Streetscape Improvements The project includes the installation of approximately 640 feet of new concrete sidewalk to replace non-existent or failing sidewalk; installation of a pervious surface treatment between the pedestrian sidewalk and the road curb; planting of 19 street tre New York 2014 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Rome Oneida $350,000 $0 $285,000 $635,000
Brooklyn-Queens Exprsswy Corr. Lndscpg. New York 1996 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification New York City Kings $708,000 $0 $177,000 $885,000
Pawling Village Green & Walkway (.32 miles) Construct village green in the center of the village adjacent to Metro-North's Harlem Valley tracks and station, construct 1,300 LF of new sidewalks on Charles Colman Boulevard, and construct new crosswalks at several locations New York 2002 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Pawling Dutchess $448,000 $0 $112,000 $560,000
Aesthetic Feature Lighting for the Peace Bridge Replacement of a bridge lighting system with a new, low-maintenance, energy-efficient lighting system. The Peace Bridge carries 7 million vehicles annually. New York 2006 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Buffalo Erie $920,000 $0 $230,000 $1,150,000
Theatre District Streetscape Improvements Renovation of 1/4 mile of Main Street to provide dedicated bicycle lanes, shared bike lanes, and pedestrian-context amenities including landscape planters, decorative sidewalks, irrigation, street furniture, signage, and lighting improvements. New York 2006 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Buffalo Erie $1,000,000 $0 $2,628,255 $3,628,255
Floral Park - Jericho Tpk. Beautification New York 1996 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Floral Park Nassau $24,000 $0 $7,000 $31,000
Voughts Crk Scenic Beautification Project New York 1994 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Fairhaven Cayuga $203,800 $0 $51,050 $254,850
Watertown Streetscape Project New York 2000 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Watertown Jefferson $300,000 $0 $75,000 $375,000
Liverpool Commuter Corridor Beautification New York 2000 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Liverpool Onondaga $305,678 $0 $76,418 $382,096
Ocean Parkways Wet Landscape New York 1994 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification 0 Multiple $160,000 $0 $40,000 $200,000
Catherine-Cook Restoration New York 1996 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Montour Falls Schuyler $17,103 $0 $7,344 $24,447
Westfield Historic Business District New York 1995 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Westfield Chautauqua $160,000 $0 $40,000 $200,000
Freedom Trail Arterial Gateway New York 2000 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Auburn Cayuga $250,000 $0 $62,500 $312,500
Canton Heritage Corridor Project (includes upgrading historic King's Iron Bowstring Bridge) The project will improve the appearance of the downtown transportation corridor, by upgrading of the historic King's Iron Bowstring Bridge that links a new Grasse River Heritage Park area to the downtown of the Village of Canton. New York 2002 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Canton St. Lawrence $177,353 $0 $46,670 $224,023
Guy Lombardo Marina New York 1995 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Hempstead Nassau $450,000 $0 $550,000 $1,000,000
Delaware Avenue Hamlet Multi-Modal and Streetscape Enhancements The proposed project is for multimodal and streetscape enhancements along Delaware Avenue consisting of; 5 ft sidewalks including ADA curb ramps, 8 ft landscape/utility strip/alternate parking, street trees, curbing including bumpouts, pavement resurfacin New York 2014 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Bethlehem Albany $1,200,000 $0 $1,900,000 $3,100,000
Ellicot Street Improvements Streetscape improvements (street trees, plantings, decorative lighting, concrete sidewalks New York 2006 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Batavia Genesee $500,000 $0 $250,000 $750,000
Brentwood Ped. & RR Enhancements New York 1995 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Islip Suffolk $485,000 $0 $805,000 $1,290,000
5th Avenue Bay Ridge Streetscapes New York 2000 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification New York City Kings $1,361,893 $0 $1,216,807 $2,578,700
Village of Mexico Business District Streetscape New York 2000 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Mexico Oswego $148,900 $0 $49,100 $198,000
Fordham Rd., Ped Safety/Streetscape New York 1996 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification New York City Bronx $520,000 $0 $130,000 $650,000
Montour Falls Gateway Landscaping Plans involve re-developing the intersection of W. Main and SR 14 with landscaping and signage and will make improvements and provide tourist amenities at Montour St./Main St./Catherine Valley Trail, as well as updating and re-doing signage at Municipal P New York 2009 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Montour Falls Schuyler $440,000 $0 $110,500 $550,500
Downtown Bayshore Landscaping* New York 1994 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Islip Nassau $463,200 $0 $115,800 $579,000
Village of Lewiston Streetscape New York 1994 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Lewiston Niagara $1,473,578 $0 $375,521 $1,849,099
Old Ferry Pier Reconstruct 3900 SF of wood decking of the south ferry slip, complete with bollards, railings, lighting, reinforced concrete ramp/bulkhead cap, ADA accessible fishing station, and walkway to the MNRR train station. New York 1995 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Beacon Dutchess $189,104 $0 $47,276 $236,380
Hunts Point Streetscape Plan New York 2000 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification New York City Bronx $800,000 $0 $196,000 $996,000
Main Street Beautification, Peekskill* Improve Main Street by planting trees, replacing deteriorated sidewalks and curbs, replacing fencing, replacing lighting and installing signs New York 1994 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Peekskill Putnam $180,000 $0 $70,000 $250,000
Woodcleft Promenade New York 1995 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Freeport Nassau $757,000 $0 $221,000 $978,000
96th Street Station Landscaping Project NYC Transit will be rehabilitating the 96th Street Station on the Broadway/7th Avenue Line in Manhattan. The purpose of the overall project is to bring the station into a state of good repair, provide ADA compliance, improve passenger flow, and enhance th New York 2006 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification New York City New York $2,000,000 $0 $1,555,000 $3,555,000
ARTWalk 2 - Urban Art Trail Extension 1400' long by 8' wide enhanced sidewalk on the north side of University Ave. from N. Goodman St. to the School of the Arts/Prince St.; 900' long by 8' wide sidewalk on the west side of N. Goodman St. from College Ave. to University Ave.; 1200' long by 8' New York 2009 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Rochester Monroe $3,839,000 $3,839,000 $0 $3,839,000
Lake Algonquin Scenic Vista Landscape (landscaping, parking, wooden platform at scenic overlook) The project involves the improvement of a scenic overlook (including landscaping of roadside access) near Lake Algonquin. The project includes construction of a wooden deck and improved parking for tourists and fishermen, which will be funded from other New York 2002 5 (TE) 5. Landscaping and scenic beautification Wells Hamilton $51,050 $0 $32,000 $83,050
Croton Aqueduct Overseer's House Restoration Restore / rehabilitate the Old Croton Aqueduct Overseer's House, create outdoor amphitheatre, install landscaping, and provide a small parking area and bicycle racks New York 2002 6 (TE) 6. Historic preservation Dobbs Ferry Westchester $694,400 $0 $173,600 $868,000
Main Street Gateway-Queensbury (landscaping and utility burrial along 2.2 mile corridor) The project involves landscaping and related forms of beautification--specifically, the burying of utilities--for streeetscape/mainstreet projects on Rt. 9 & 20/Columbian Turnpike from Hillview Ave. to the intersection with Rt. 4, a distance of 2.2 miles New York 2002 6 (TE) 6. Historic preservation Queensbury Warren $450,000 $0 $113,000 $563,000
The Shaker Barn Preservation Project New York 1995 6 (TE) 6. Historic preservation Albany Albany $159,500 $0 $40,000 $199,500
Day Peckinpaugh Canal Motorship Museum This project involves the conversion of the historic 1921 canal motorship “Day Peckingpaugh” into a floating museum with exhibits that will travel to ports across New York State. The conversion includes selective repair or replacement of; hull plates and New York 2009 6 (TE) 6. Historic preservation Cohoes Albany $3,139,500 $3,139,500 $0 $3,139,500
Brooklyn Heritage Trolley New York 1995 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities New York City Kings $209,970 $0 $52,493 $262,463
Newark Valley RR Depot Restoration The project proposes the preservation of the historic Newark Valley Railroad Depot which is located in the Village of Newark Valley. The Depot is eligible for the state and National Register of Historic Places. The project includes rehabilitation work. New York 2002 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Newark Valley Tioga $64,500 $0 $20,500 $85,000
The Dix Bridge Rehabilitation Project The rehabilitation project for this bridge (Historic, three-span, High Warren truss with open steel grating that connects Washington and Saratoga Counties, built in 1900) is proposed in two phases; the first will address deficiencies in the piers and abut New York 2009 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Northumberland Saratoga $2,450,000 $0 $675,000 $3,125,000
Erie Canal, Rehab Lock 2 on Champlain Canal New York 1993 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities 0 Saratoga $2,413,636 $0 $603,409 $3,017,045
Stuyvesant Landing RR Station Restoration (Phase 1) Restore former RR station, including roofs, masonry walls, rough carpentry, and windows and doors New York 1995 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Stuyvesant Columbia $211,360 $0 $52,840 $264,200
Northumberland:Champlain Canal Lock C-5, Canal Lock Rehabilitation New York 2011 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Northumberland Saratoga $757,120 $0 $189,000 $946,120
Historic Chester RR Station Restoration Restore former Erie RR station building New York 1994 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Chester Orange $98,000 $0 $100,000 $198,000
Erie Canal Operations New York 2009 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Statewide Statewide $5,676,000 $0 $1,419,000 $7,095,000
Erie Canal, Slope Repairs, Various Locations New York 1992 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Statewide Statewide $1,328,878 $0 $332,220 $1,661,098
Big Moose to Beaver River Railroad Preservation Restore to Class I status approximately 14 miles of track on the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor between Carter Station (MP 64.12) and Beaver River (MP 77.69). New York 2006 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities 0 Herkimer $1,000,000 $0 $1,350,000 $2,350,000
Hist. RR Float Transfer Bridge Prsrvtn. New York 1996 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities New York City New York $355,125 $0 $118,375 $473,500
Nine Mile Creek Aqueduct Restoration The nine mile creek aqueduct was one of thirty two aqueducts built on the enlarged canal in the 1835-45 period. As a result of the review by the SHPO, the original project estimated, completed in Aug. 1992 has increased from $400,000 to a total project co New York 2004 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Camillus Onondaga $1,000,000 $0 $1,900,000 $2,900,000
North Creek Railway Depot Restoration New York 1996 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Johnsbury Warren $116,600 $0 $40,800 $157,400
Yorktown Heights RR Station Restoration The station building lies along the North County Trailway, a bike & pedestrian path. Restore the historic former railroad station building. Exterior improvements include replacing roof, gutter, rotted wood trim and clapboard, windows, doors, and chimney, New York 2006 7 (TE) 7. Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures or facilities Yorktown Westchester $295,762 $0 $147,681 $443,443
Vestal Rail Trail Section 2 This is a re-application due to NYSDEC's and ACE objections to the sponsors proposed method to cross Chochonut Creek. This section of trail, which is essentially bridge work, will link Vestal Rail Trail sections 1 and 3. Section 1 is complete; section #2 New York 2009 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Vestal Broome $1,636,690 $1,636,690 $0 $1,636,690
Orangetown Rail Trail Acquire abandoned railroad property for use as a 'semi-primitive' trail New York 1994 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Orangetown Rockland $400,000 $0 $100,000 $500,000
Lehigh Valley Trail Extension & Enhancement Project Project consists of the extension of the Lehigh Valley Trail from its current western terminus at the Genesee Valley Greenway 0.6 miles west along the existing abandoned RR corridor to River Road. Extension of the Lehigh Valley Trail from Rochester Junct New York 2009 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Mendon Monroe $523,000 $523,000 $0 $523,000
Lehigh Valley Linear Trail New York 2000 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails 0 Monroe $846,833 $0 $364,646 $1,211,479
Walden Trails Connection (5 miles) Build 5 miles of 10' wide paved pathway from the Village of Walden in Orange County north to the hamlet of Wallkill in Ulster County New York 2002 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Walden Orange $601,560 $0 $155,000 $756,560
The Outlet Trail (6.2 miles) The Outlet Trail is an unimproved abandoned railway corridor which connects the Villages of Penn Yan and Dresden. The project will stabilize the bank of the Keuka Lake Outlet which the trail follows and include installation of drainage along the trail. New York 2002 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Penn Yan Yates $190,000 $0 $135,000 $325,000
Industrial Heritage Trail The proposed enhancements are key components of the Buffalo Outer Harbor Parkway Project (PIN 5044.01) which is currently under construction. Amenities provided under this project will enhance connectivity to an existing multi-use trail which is part of New York 2009 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Buffalo Erie $1,600,000 $0 $400,000 $2,000,000
Catherine Valley Trail New York 2000 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Watkins Glen Chemung $1,020,000 $0 $255,000 $1,275,000
Schoharie Valley Gateway This project will improve the downtown area in the Village of Schohaire with sidewalks, crosswalks, landscaping, and vintage lighting; and construct a rail trail along part of the abandoned railway for a length of 400 feet from NYS Rt 7. New York 2002 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Schohaire Schoharie $272,267 $0 $73,640 $345,907
Genesee Valley Greenway New York 1994 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails 0 Genesee $2,063,440 $0 $515,860 $2,579,300
South County Trailway: Route 119 to Farragut Ave. Build 5.6 miles of 10' wide paved bikeway on former RR line from Route 119 in the Village of Elmsford to Farragut Avenue in the Village of Hastings-on-Hudson New York 1994 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Greenburgh Westchester $484,589 $0 $121,148 $605,737
Lackawanna Multi-Use Trail (3.5 miles) The City of Elmira is proposing to construct a new 3.5 mile multi-use trail along a recently purchased railroad corridor on the east side of Elmira. The trail will extend from the Chemung River north to Eldridge Park and east to Lake Street. New York 2002 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Elmira Chemung $297,765 $0 $198,505 $496,270
Olean-Allegany Recreation Trail, Ph. I-IV New York 1995 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Olean Cattaraugus $446,396 $0 $111,600 $557,996
Wallkill Valley Rail-Trail Scenic Vista* Build trail parking area and connection to Wallkill Valley Rail Trail New York 1995 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails New Paltz Ulster $19,050 $0 $8,700 $27,750
Seneca Nation's Transportation Enhancement Program- The Pennsy Trail Add 1.75 miles to existing 1.25 miile Bike/Ped path to connect residential area with schools and downtown Salamanca-similar to SRTS project submission. Restoration of the Pennsy Trail in Salamanca. Extend and repair 3 mile path. Project location-Parkway D New York 2014 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Seneca Nation of Indians Cattaraugus $482,206 $0 $120,552 $602,758
Delaware & Hudson/Ontario & Western Heritage Trail Clear or create pathways along D & H canal and create signed connections using Village streets generally between Canal Locks 26 (near Port Ben Road) and 30 (near Hang Glider Road); restore Lock 30 New York 2000 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Wawarsing Ulster $253,600 $0 $63,400 $317,000
Historic O&W RR Ped. Promenade & Bikeway New York 1995 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Oswego Oswego $1,148,960 $0 $287,240 $1,436,200
Van Cortlandt Lakes Restn/Recrn Access New York 1996 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails New York City Bronx $865,600 $0 $2,254,800 $3,120,400
Central Islip Abandoned Railroad to Trail Conversion New York 1994 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Islip Suffolk $68,800 $0 $17,200 $86,000
Zim Smith Mid-County Trail (8.77 miles) The proposal is to rehabilitate 8.77 miles of an abandoned D&H Railroad corridor for use as a trail and bikeway. The corridor runs generally in a southeasterly direction from Oak Street (Zepko La.) at the edge of the Village of Ballston Spa to Coons Cro New York 2002 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Ballston Spa Saratoga $686,400 $0 $171,600 $858,000
Auburn Trail Extension The project involves a two-mile extension of the Auburn Trail with a stone dust surface from New York 2006 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Victor Ontario $619,500 $0 $265,500 $885,000
Heritage Trail - Goshen to Middletown This project will create a bicycle and pedestrian link from the existing 11.6 mile section of trail to the central business district, post office, police station, bus terminal, senior residence and residential areas. Convert 5.5 miles of abandoned railroa New York 2006 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Goshen Orange $472,000 $0 $118,000 $590,000
Port Jefferson-Wading River Trail (11 mile rail trail) Project consists of creation of an 11 mile bike/ped trail along abandoned Long Island Rail Road R.O.W. The project begins at the edge of Port Jefferson Village on the north shore of Long Island 65 miles east of NYC. New York 2002 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Port Jefferson Suffolk $2,000,000 $0 $500,000 $2,500,000
FJ&G Rail To Trail To construct a 3.6 miles 10-foot wide paved recreational trail facility using the former railroad bed of the FJ&G Railroad from Route 5 in Fonda to the Fulton County line; also includes trailhead parking, access points, and rehabilitation of existing rail New York 2009 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails 0 Montgomery $1,000,000 $0 $501,000 $1,501,000
Heritage Trail: Goshen to Chester Build 3.9 miles of 10' wide paved bikeway on former RR ROW from South Street in Goshen to the former train station in Chester New York 1994 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Goshen & Chester Orange $101,475 $0 $49,950 $151,425
Sea Breeze/ Charlotte/ Seneca Park Multi-use Trail New York 2000 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails 0 Monroe $1,660,000 $0 $1,727,000 $3,387,000
Hudson Valley Rail Trail - Mid-Hudson Bridge Connection Build pedestrian/bike facilities on Haviland Drive between Route 9W and the Mid-Hudson Bridge, and create a small parking area New York 2000 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Lloyd Ulster $179,200 $0 $44,800 $224,000
Southern Tier Rail Trail New York 2000 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Little Valley Cattaraugus $1,483,600 $0 $596,400 $2,080,000
FG&G Rail Trail New York 1996 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails 0 Fulton $180,000 $0 $45,000 $225,000
Saratoga Springs Bike/Ped Path System New York 1994 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Saratoga Springs Saratoga $102,000 $0 $25,500 $127,500
Warren County Bikeway New York 1994 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails 0 Warren $493,776 $0 $123,444 $617,220
LakePlacid-Saranac Lake Bicycle Path (Rail-with-trail; 6 miles) The project encompasses a set of bicycle facilities that include a rails-with-trails, shared use path to be constructed entirely within the Remsen-Lake Placid rail corridor (owned by the New York State Department of Transportation) New York 2002 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails 0 Essex $796,575 $0 $325,250 $1,121,825
Tannersville Bike Path New York 1995 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Tannersville Greene $325,242 $0 $108,414 $433,656
Vestal Rail Trail New York 2000 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Vestal Broome $214,100 $0 $276,115 $490,215
Hudson Valley Rail Trail Expansion Completion This project will link Lloyd and the Hamlet of Highland to New Paltz and to Poughkeepsie and Dutchess County by way of the Hudson Valley Rail Trail. Project will complete expansion of the Hudson Valley Rail Trail, and consists of constructing 2.0 miles of New York 2006 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Lloyd Ulster $1,544,000 $0 $386,000 $1,930,000
Route 52 Pedestrian Bridge to Walden-Wallkill Rail Trail Bicycle/Pedestrian Bridge over Route 52 connecting existing Wallkill Rail Trail to Village of Wallkill Sidewalk system. New York 2014 8 (TE) 8. Conversion of abandoned railway corridors to trails Walden Orange $500,928 $0 $135,232 $636,160
Archaeology at Stockport Flats & Tivoli Bays. Perform archaeological planning and research field studies at five localities along the Hudson River in Columbia and Dutchess Counties New York 1995 10 (TE) 10. Archaeological planning & research Stuyvesant Columbia $44,000 $0 $11,000 $55,000
Milton Rail Station Archeological Study Prepare an archaeological, historical and cultural investigation and redevelopment study for the 4 acre Milton Railway Station Park. New York 2000 10 (TE) 10. Archaeological planning & research Marlborough Ulster $60,000 $0 $15,000 $75,000
State Preservation/Historical Information Network The SHPO seeks Transportation Enhancement Program (TEP) grant funding to update and expand its State Preservation/Historical Information Network (SPHINX), migrate existing legacy data to a digital format, and substantially broaden and improve public acces New York 2009 10 (TE) 10. Archaeological planning & research Statewide Statewide $1,814,345 $0 $453,736 $2,268,081
Unified Site File & GIS Database Creation New York 1994 10 (TE) 10. Archaeological planning & research Statewide Statewide $276,618 $0 $154,426 $431,044
Ketchams Creek Wetlands Restoration Project New York 1994 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Babylon Suffolk $6,400 $0 $1,600 $8,000
Restoration of Waterways at Philipsburg Manor Construct sediment dewatering/storage basin and dredge two scenic historic ponds on the Phillipsburg Manor property New York 2000 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Sleepy Hollow Westchester $857,888 $0 $565,512 $1,423,400
Huntington Runoff Centerport Area New York 1995 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Huntington Suffolk $392,000 $0 $98,000 $490,000
Sag Harbor, Hist. Harbor Drainage/Pollution Control New York 1996 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Sag Harbor Suffolk $205,000 $0 $51,250 $256,250
CR80/Montauk Hwy, Water Pollution Mtgtn New York 1996 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity 0 Suffolk $118,000 $0 $29,500 $147,500
Marine Village Subasin Stormwater Mgmt New York 1994 11 (TE) 11. Environmental mitigation of runoff pollution and provision of wildlife connectivity Lake George Warren $280,000 $0 $70,000 $350,000
Middleburgh Depot Restoration for use as transportation museum; also archaeological investigation This project will move an old railroad depot to proximate original site, restore structure,and prepare it for use as a transportation museum. As part of the project, archeolgical research to locate the buried turntable and roundhouse will be undertaken. New York 2002 12 (TE) 12. Establishment of transportation museums Middleburgh Schoharie $284,338 $0 $86,100 $370,438
Transportation Museum Campus Development Development of a Transportation Museum Campus that exclusively exhibits transportation related exhibits such as automobiles, railroad, trucks, boats, tractors, bicycles, canoes, tire technology and manufacturing automobiles in Plattsburgh. New York 2006 12 (TE) 12. Establishment of transportation museums Plattsburgh Clinton $800,000 $0 $200,000 $1,000,000
Ockers Surface Water Transportation Center @ Long Island Maritime Museum Set up a working surface water transportation center with vibrant educational programs for all ages, boat maintenance and workshop activities for volunteers and schedule special events to help pay continuing operations and maintenance costs. New York 2009 12 (TE) 12. Establishment of transportation museums Islip Suffolk $504,680 $0 $126,170 $630,850