Missouri Enhancements projects

The federal government's Transportation Enhancements program is currently under attack in the U.S. House of Representatives. Enhancements currently helps pay for most bicycle and pedestrian projects and improvements.

Enhancements came into being with the passage of ISTEA and continued with its re-authorization, TEA-21 (Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century). During the time period 1992-2002, Missouri had approximately 474 projects funded by Transportation Enhancements with a total federal contribuation of $115 million.

Highlights:
Katy Trail--including many phases and associated projects
Chain of Rocks Bridge, St. Louis area
Carter Creek Bike/Ped Trail, Rolla
St. Louis County Sidewalk Program
Trolley Track Trail (Kansas City)
Riverfront trails in Hannibal, Cape Girardeau, St. Joseph,
St. Louis, and Kansas City areas
Indian Creek Trail (Kansas City area)
Award-winning urban parkway/trail system in St. Joseph
Ozark Greenways Trail System
Many other greenway projects around the state
Many other sidewalk projects around the state
A complete list of Enhancements projects in Missouri, 1992-2002, is available in Excel 97 format and in Word 97 format.

The list of projects (which can be searched by project type and by state) comes from the Project page at Enhancements.org.