Clinton Township Successfully Obtains TAP Grant

Posted on November 11, 2020

Anderson, Eckstein & Westrick, Inc. (AEW), serves as the Consulting Engineer to Clinton Township, Michigan’s most populated township, and we’re very pleased to work with the entire township team, including Supervisor Bob Cannon, and Public Services Director Mary Bednar. Scott Chabot P.E., is the firm’s Project Manager for the township. 

Scott worked with the township team over a two year period preparing Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) grant applications seeking grants from both MDOT and SEMCOG, and they were successful in obtaining a $1.6 million grant for the township’s Bike Path and Cass Avenue Bridge Update project. 

TAP grants are very instrumental in moving forward with “Non-Motorized Transportation” programs that offer safety and accessibility to walkers, bikers and others. 

Kudos to Supervisor Cannon, Public Services Director Bednar, and AEW”s Scott Chabot, and their teams, on their successful efforts to win the funding for this much-needed project for the township. It will be an important component in the township’s ongoing pathways program to bring “connectivity” to a number of important township parks and facilities. 

Click this link to view the great “Clinton Journal” segment produced by the township’s Community Relations and Community Services Dept.