Through February 26, 2021, you have the chance to submit your comments about projects seeking federal funding through East-West Gateway’s Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP). TAP funds can be used for projects such as bicycle and pedestrian facilities, Safe Routes to School infrastructure or programming, community improvement and environmental mitigation activities, and preservation of historic transportation facilities.
Among the projects currently under funding consideration is the first phase of a new extension of the Centennial Greenway in Olivette. This one mile project will extend the greenway from Dielman Rd to Warson Park, immediately adjacent to the 39 North Ag-Tech district.
There are two ways to add your support to this project.
Click here, scroll down, select “OLIVETTE,” then click on “ CENTENNIAL GREENWAY, PHASE 1” and follow the instructions.
Send an email to TIP@ewgateway.org and paste “Comment on TIP 7162-22, CENTENNIAL GREENWAY, PHASE 1” into the subject line. Then copy and paste the questions below into the body of the email, and type in your answers in the spaces below each question.
- Do you live or work in the community where the project is proposed?
- Do you support, have concerns about or oppose this project?
- What are the key reasons for your position?
- Anything else you’d like us to consider or comments you’d like to share about this project?
- Name or organization: