Over the past week, Gov.
Jim Justice traveled across the state to award a total of 47 Transportation
Alternatives and Recreational Trails Program (TARTP) grants, worth over $8.6
million, for various improvement projects in 29 counties throughout West Virginia.

West Virginia TARTP grants help towns and cities build and improve sidewalks,
lighting, trails, and more. The program is administered by the West Virginia
Department of Transportation and funded by the Federal Highway Administration.

Earlier this year, Gov. Justice presented another round of 38 TARTP grants,worth over $7.4 million, for additional projects in 27 counties.

In total, Gov. Justice has awarded over $16 million TARTP grants this year
alone to communities all across West Virginia.

The projects awarded include:

BARBOUR COUNTY

Audra State Park

$150,000


Alum Cave Overlook: Design and construction of boardwalk and overlook on
existing hiking trail within Audra State Park.

BERKELEY COUNTY

Berkeley County
Roundhouse Authority


$742,889


Martinsburg Roundhouse Project: Construction of Martinsburg Roundhouse and
Machine Shop ADA bathrooms and fire suppression system.

City of Martinsburg

$100,000


Martinsburg North Queen Street Streetscape Project Phase 3: Design of
approximately 1,675 linear feet of ADA compliant sidewalks, curb ramps, and
lighting on North Queen Street.

FAYETTE COUNTY

Hatfield-McCoy Regional
Recreation Authority


$150,000


Fayette County Trail System Project: Construction of approximately 75 miles of
new trail within the Rimfire Trail System.

GILMER COUNTY

City of Glenville

$90,000


Glenville Sidewalk Rehabilitation Project: Construction of replacement sidewalk
and ADA handrails along North Court Street in Glenville.

GREENBRIER COUNTY

Town of Rainelle

$500,000


Rainelle Main Street Streetscape Project Phase 2: Design and construction of
sidewalk replacement in downtown Rainelle.

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY

Town of Romney

$100,000


Romney North High Street Sidewalk Improvements Project: Design of sidewalk
replacement in downtown Romney.

HARRISON COUNTY

City of Bridgeport

$600,000


Bridgeport Community Connectivity Trail Project: Construction of approximately
two miles of hiking/biking trail in Bridgeport.

City of Salem

$250,000


Salem Sidewalk Project: Design and construction of sidewalk replacement in
downtown Salem.

JEFFERSON COUNTY

City of Charles Town

$700,000


Charles Town Augustine Trail Project Phase 2: Construction of approximately 1.1
miles of hiking/biking trail facilities.

Corporation of
Shepherdstown


$500,000


Shepherdstown Path Project: Construction of approximately 0.5 miles of walking
path along the west side of Route 480 in Shepherdstown.

KANAWHA COUNTY

Kanawha County Commission

$187,500


Elk River Rail Trail Clendenin Trailhead: Design and construction of the
Clendenin trailhead along the Elk River Rail Trail.

Town of Marmet

$50,000


Marmet Lens Creek Road Pedestrian Safety Improvements Project: Design of
pedestrian path to connect the Town and school to Kroger.

LINCOLN COUNTY

Hatfield-McCoy Regional
Recreation Authority


$100,000


Ivy Branch Trail System Maintenance Project: Maintenance on approximately 80
miles of existing motorized trail within the Ivy Branch Trail system.

MARION COUNTY

City of Pleasant Valley

$162,000


Pleasant Valley Sidewalk Project Phase 4: Construction of sidewalk, drainage,
curb, gutter, and sidewalk south of Landing Lane along Pleasant Valley Road.

City of Pleasant Valley

$185,000


Pleasant Valley Sidewalk Project Phase 5: Construction of sidewalk, drainage,
curb, gutter, and sidewalk on Tulip Lane along pleasant Valley Road.

MCDOWELL COUNTY

Hatfield-McCoy Regional
Recreation Authority


$100,000


Warrior Trail System Maintenance Project: Maintenance on approximately 100
miles of existing motorized trail within the Warrior Trail system.

Town of Bradshaw

$40,000


Bradshaw Sidewalks Project: Construction of replacement sidewalks in the Town
of Bradshaw.

Town of Iaeger

$75,000


Iaeger Sidewalk Repair and Rehabilitation Project: Construction of replacement
sidewalks in Iaeger.

MERCER COUNTY

Town of Athens

$46,875


Athens Sidewalk Project: Design of replacement sidewalks within the Town of
Athens.

MONONGALIA COUNTY

City of Morgantown

$480,000


Morgantown Pleasant Street Streetscape Project: Construction of ADA compliant
sidewalks and lighting on Pleasant Street in Morgantown.

City of Morgantown

$100,000


Morgantown Municipal Airport Streetscape Project: Design of new ADA compliant
sidewalks on Hart Field Road and ADA compliant sidewalk connection from
terminal to administration building.

MORGAN COUNTY

Town of Bath

$93,750


Bath Streetscape Design 2 Project: Design of ADA compliant sidewalks on the
east side of South Washington Street and Wilkes Street.

Cacapon Resort State Park
Foundation


$150,000


Cacapon State Park Mountain Bike Uphill Trail To Mountain Top Project:
Construction of approximately five miles of bike trail within Cacapon State
Park.

NICHOLAS COUNTY

City of Richwood

$400,000


Richwood City Sidewalks Project: Construction of replacement sidewalks on the
North Side of downtown Richwood.

City of Summersville

$63,000


Summersville Webster Road Sidewalk Improvements Project: Design of new sidewalk
along the west side of Webster Road in Summersville.

OHIO COUNTY

Village of Bethlehem

$50,000

Village of Bethlehem Community Park Trail Project: Design and construction of approximately 1,000 feet of hiking trail within the Village of Bethlehem Community Park.

City of Wheeling

$240,864

Wheeling Robrecht Riverfront Park Project: Design of 0.46 miles of pedestrian and trail facilities at the Riverfront Park.

Wheeling Park Commission

$152,000

Ogle

bay Trails Maintenance & Repair Project: Design and construction of repairs and maintenance to existing hiking trails within Oglebay Park.

POCAHONTAS COUNTY

U.S. Forest Service /
Pocahontas Trails – Monongahela National Forest


$187,500


Cheat Mountain South Mower – Snowshoe Connector Project: Construction of
approximately six miles of bike and hiking trail and six miles of connecting
trail between Snowshoe and the Monongahela National Forest.

PRESTON COUNTY

Town of Bruceton Mills

$50,000


Bruceton Mills Sidewalk Project: Design of replacement sidewalks along Union
Street in the Town of Bruceton Mills.

PUTNAM COUNTY

Town of Buffalo

$75,000


Buffalo Sidewalk Project: Design of ADA sidewalk on Main Street from Buffalo
High to Elm Road.

Town of Eleanor

$75,000


Eleanor Park Sidewalk Extension Project: Design of new sidewalks in Eleanor
park, pool, and fairgrounds.

City of Winfield

$125,000


Winfield Sidewalk System Project: Design of sidewalks within the City of
Winfield.

RANDOLPH COUNTY

Monongalia National
Forest


$187,500


Cheat Mountain North Mower Phase 2: Construction of approximately six miles of
bike and hiking trail near Cheat Bridge within the Monongahela National Forest.

RITCHIE COUNTY

Town of Harrisville

$100,000


Harrisville Sidewalk Improvements Project Phase 4: Design of approximately
2,355 linear feet of sidewalk along Main Street in Harrisville.

SUMMERS COUNTY

City of Hinton

$40,000


Hinton Sidewalk Project: Design of sidewalks within the City of Hinton.

TUCKER COUNTY

City of Parsons

$180,500

Corr

icks Ford Battlefield Park Development Project: Construction of new hiking and bike trail and access points to the Allegheny Highlands Trail.

City of Thomas

$110,000


Thomas Riverfront Bridge Project: Construction of pedestrian/biking bridge in
Thomas.

Friends of Blackwater

$125,000


Blackwater Loop Trail Improvements and Interpretive Signage: Design and
construction of trailheads in Davis City Park and Blackwater Falls State Park
both along the eight miles of Blackwater Loop Trail.

UPSHUR COUNTY

City of Buckhannon

$240,785


Buckhannon Elizabeth J. “Binky” Poundstone Riverwalk Trail #4 Project:
Construction of approximately 1,930 feet of ADA accessible asphalt hiking and
biking trail.

WAYNE COUNTY

Ha
tfield-McCoy Regional
Recreation Authority


$100,000


East Lynn Trail System Maintenance Project: Maintenance on approximately 80
miles of existing motorized trail within the East Lynn Trail system.



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