TIP Project #2023-17: Old Gray Station Road Section 2 at SR 75 and Traffic Signals

Widen Old Gray Station Road to 3 lanes from Buckingham Road to 550’ north of SR 75, add curb, gutter, and sidewalks. Add a westbound right turn lane on SR 75 at Old Gray Station Road. Add sidewalks on SR 75 from I-26 to Roy Martin Road on both sides and the traffic signals will be interconnected. The signals at Old Gray Station Road at SR 75 and Sid Martin Road at SR 75 will be upgraded.

M Intersection Regional Plan ID: E+C, page 39
Johnson City TDOT PIN:
Washington County Total Cost: $3,800,000.00
SR-75 Total Programmed: $3,800,000.00
Old Gray Station Road, from just north of Bobby Hicks Hwy (SR 75) to just north of Buckingham Road, and Bobby Hicks Hwy from I-26 to Roy Martin Rd. Federal Share: $3,040,000.00
0.30 miles Federal Obligation*:
Attainment Unobligated Balance: $3,040,000.00
* Obligations during current TIP period only.
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Programmed Funds

Fiscal YearPhaseFunding SourceTotal FundsFederal FundsState FundsLocal Funds
2024PE- NEPASTBG-L$100,000.00$80,000.00$0.00$20,000.00
2024PE- DesignSTBG-L$350,000.00$280,000.00$0.00$70,000.00
2024Right-of-WaySTBG-L$350,000.00$280,000.00$0.00$70,000.00
2025ConstructionSTBG-L$3,000,000.00$2,400,000.00$0.00$600,000.00
TOTAL  $3,800,000.00$3,040,000.00$0.00$760,000.00

Construction Reserve Funds

There is no reserve funding information for this TIP Project.

Obligated Funds

There is no obligated funding information for this TIP Project.

Project Images and Videos

Old Gray Station

Project Documents and Links

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Project Notes

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Project Amendments

Amendment #ActionMPO ApprovalTDOT ApprovalUS DOT Approval
2 (STIP 72)Amendment 2 (STIP 72) (11/8/2023) - Amended to add $1,700,000 ($1,360,000 Federal and $340,000 Local) in STBG-L funds and move phases to Fiscal Year 2024.11/08/202311/13/202311/20/2023

Administrative Modifications

There are no administrative modifications for this TIP Project.

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