Representative Susan Lynn today announced that the city of Mt. Juliet has received a grant from the Tennessee Department of Transportation to complete the second phase of the Woodridge Place Sidewalks Project. The grant was submitted by the Mt. Juliet BPAC. In recent months BPAC has also received the Safe Routes To Schools (SRTS) grant, twi the grants for the Cedar Creek Greenway projects and a grant to build a guard rail for the Eagle Park bicycle park for children.
State Representative Susan Lynn further commented “When the state legislature funds TDOT’s budget it makes grants like this possible. I am very proud to be supportive of transportation and to be an advocate for these grants because I know how important these projects are to my constituents’ safety and quality of Life.”
The project will be administered by the city of Mt. Juliet; the grant funds will enable Mt. Juliet to move ahead with engineering preparations and construction.