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1 Anderson Area Transportation Study ANATS Transportation Improvement Plan FY

2 Table of Contents Introduction 1 Process 2 Products 3 Funding 4 Certification 6 Financial Statement 7 Guideshare Projects 8 Multi-Use Path 9 SC Old Asbury Road 10 Concord Cathey/Harris Bridge Road 11 Brown Kings Road 12 S. Campbell/Broyles/Dean 13 SC Whitehall Rd. Ext. 14 Monroe Market Street 15 Concord N. Main/Whitehall 16 Railroad 17 I Street 18 Midway Harriet Circle 19 Midway Crestview Road 20 Anderson Zion Street 21 South Main Shockley Ferry/Lewis Street 22 Transportation Alternatives Program 23 Jackson Street Sidewalk- Phase 2 24 SCDOT Safety Projects within ANATS 25 SC-28, Abbeville Highway 26 I-85 SB West SC S-34 (Whitehall Sullivan Road 28 SCDOT Resurfacing and Pavement Preservation 29 Active Projects Map 30

3 Introduction The Anderson Area Transportation Study (ANATS) is the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Anderson urbanized area. ANATS serves the Cities of Anderson and Belton along with the portions of Anderson County encompassed by the study area. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) regulations require all urbanized areas with populations of 50,000 or more to create an MPO. Each MPO must develop a cooperative, comprehensive, and continuing transportation planning process in order to qualify for Federal funding for transportation projects. Three major products developed by ANATS are a Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP), a Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP), a Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP). Opportunities for public input are advertised and public comments are actively solicited for each of these planning documents. The TIP is a short-range program that schedules projects to be funded in the next six years, and indicates project priorities. Projects move from the LRTP to the TIP based on the priorities established in the LRTP. The TIP includes only those projects for which funding is available, and a project cannot be included in the TIP unless it is in the LRTP. The TIP draws projects from all of the various components of the LRTP and schedules them for implementation. When projects are added to the TIP, they are prioritized based on area-wide needs. Project priorities result from the placement of the project in the long-range plan, funding availability, and the scheduling requirements of the state and federal governments. Highway projects are included in the TIP to reflect activities ranging from preconstruction activities, right of way acquisition, and construction. Transit projects also are included to reflect planning, operating expenses, and capital funds. Most large projects are funded in phases over several years, while smaller projects may be fully funded in a single year in the TIP. Regardless of schedule, a project must be included in the TIP in order to be eligible for funding. When a project advances to the TIP, initial planning for the project has been completed and implementation begins. 1

4 Process ANATS is composed of a Policy Committee and a Study Team The Policy Committee is the body granting final approval to all plans, projects and funding. The Policy Committee consists of 15 voting members; 10 elected officials; 4 county residents; and 1 SCDOT District Commissioner. Below the policy committee is listed: REPRESENTATION City of Anderson (Mayor) City of Anderson (Council) City of Anderson ((Council) Anderson County Council Anderson County Council City of Belton Legislative Delegation Legislative Delegation Legislative Delegation S.C. Department of Transportation Anderson County Planning Commission County Resident County Resident County Resident County Resident NAME Terence Roberts Steve Kirven Don Chapman Francis Crowder Gracie Floyd Marion Nickles Kevin Bryant Anne Thayer Brian White Ben Davis Jane Jones Ray Fretwell open Mike Buckner Loyd Wilson The Study Team develops and reviews planning documents, projects, and plans, and makes recommendations to the Policy Committee. The Study Team consists of the technical staff from city and county governments. Staff from other resource agencies -- including the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control Bureau of Air Quality, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is involved in Study Team meetings on an as-needed basis. 2

5 Products Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) The TIP is developed every two years, and allows local and state officials to set priorities for spending federal highway and transit funds available to the ANATS region. The TIP is developed cooperatively with South Carolina Department of Transportation. Projects cannot be placed in the TIP unless they are first included in the LRTP. Once the TIP is approval by the ANATS Policy Committee and the South Carolina Transportation Commission, the TIP is submitted to FHWA and FTA for review. The priority of the projects in the TIP is established through consultation between the Study Team and Policy Committee. The Study Team ranks projects based on mobility and accessibility needs, safety and security, economic and community vitality, environmental protection, improved connectivity among transportation modes, efficient system management, and maintenance and preservation of the transportation infrastructure. The Policy Committee may adjust and modify the Study Team recommendations based on policy considerations and available funding. Once approved, the TIP may be amended by the ANATS Policy Committee at any scheduled meeting. Administrative changes can be made on the staff level as needed. Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) The LRTP describes the policies, strategies, and facilities proposed for construction in the metropolitan planning area during the next 25 years. The LRTP recommends transportation projects that will provide for the transportation needs of the area. The plan includes a listing of all transportation projects that can be built with the federal, state, and local funding that is expected to be available. The LRTP includes highway construction projects, congestion management projects, freight-related projects, public transportation projects, and bicycle and pedestrian projects. Projects are evaluated and ranked based on mobility and accessibility needs, safety and security, economic and community vitality, environmental protection, improved connectivity among transportation modes, efficient system management, and maintenance and preservation of the transportation infrastructure. Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) The UPWP is the element of the planning process that identifies the planning activities to be completed by ANATS staff and outside consultants. All planning activities must be listed in the UPWP to be eligible for funding. The ANATS UPWP is updated annually. 3

6 Public Involvement ANATS follows a Public Involvement Plan that details the approach, values, and activities that are followed to ensure full and effective public participation in the planning process. A variety of methods are used to solicit public input, including small group presentations, news releases, distribution of printed and electronic newsletters, surveys, public workshops, development of corridor studies and area plans, and public hearings. The TIP is made available to the public for comment for a minimum of 15 days prior to being adopted. Funding ANATS projects are funded through federal and state transportation funds. Guideshare Funds Funds for road improvements are allocated by SCDOT through the Guideshare Program. The S.C. Transportation Commission sets aside approximately $114 million dollars of FHWA and SCDOT funds each year and distributes the money among the state s ten MPOs and Councils of Governments based on population and vehicle miles of travel in each region. The Guideshare sets the annual budget for highway improvements within each MPO or COG, and total project costs in any given year normally cannot exceed the Guideshare apportionment. Road improvements may include constructing new roads, adding traffic lanes to existing roads, constructing paved shoulders, installing traffic signals, constructing sidewalks or bike lanes, or making safety improvements. Major maintenance improvements may also be included, such as resurfacing a road. However, minor maintenance activities such as patching potholes are not funded through ANATS, but are handled directly by SCDOT maintenance units. ANATS apportionment from the Guideshare Program is $2.8 million annually. Of this amount, approximately $1.2 million per year is devoted to debt service. SCDOT developed an innovative financing plan in 1998 to accelerate construction of many projects that were built between 1998 and 2007, and issued bonds to fund the plan. Debt service payments will continue though 2022 to retire the bonds that were issued to fund the accelerated construction program. Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) The FAST Act continues the TAP program began in MAP-21. MAP-21 established a new program to provide for a variety of alternative transportation projects, including many that were previously eligible activities under separately funded programs. The TAP replaces the funding from pre-map-21 programs including Transportation Enhancements, Recreational Trails, Safe Routes to School, and several other discretionary programs, wrapping them into a single funding source. Due to ANATS 4

7 being classified as small urban, all TAP projects submitted will be awarded on a statewide competitive basis, administered by SCDOT. Eligible TAP Activities Construction, planning, and design of on-road and off-road trail facilities for pedestrians, bicyclists, and other nonmotorized forms of transportation. Construction, planning, and design of infrastructure-related projects and systems that will provide safe routes for non-drivers, including children, older adults, and individuals with disabilities to access daily needs. Conversion and use of abandoned railroad corridors for trails for pedestrians, bicyclists, or other nonmotorized transportation users. Construction of turnouts, overlooks, and viewing areas. Community improvement activities, including o inventory, control, or removal of outdoor advertising; o o historic preservation and rehabilitation of historic transportation facilities; vegetation management practices in transportation rights-of-way to improve roadway safety, prevent against invasive species, and provide erosion control; and o archaeological activities relating to impacts from implementation of a transportation project eligible under 23 USC. Any environmental mitigation activity, including pollution prevention and pollution abatement activities and mitigation to o address stormwater management, control, and water pollution prevention or abatement related to highway construction or due to highway runoff; or o reduce vehicle-caused wildlife mortality or to restore and maintain connectivity among terrestrial or aquatic habitats. In addition to defined Transportation Alternatives (as described above), the The recreational trails program under 23 USC 206. The safe routes to school program under 1404 of SAFETEA LU. Planning, designing, or constructing boulevards and other roadways largely in the right-of-way of former Interstate System routes or other divided highways. Federal Transit Administration Projects Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funds are allocated based on urbanized areas. Urban funding is available in Section 5307, which can be used for capital (e.g. purchasing buses, bus stop shelters, construction of facilities) and some maintenance activities. The ANATS Urbanized Areas can also use 5307 funds to cover up to 50 percent of the net operating expenses of the transit system. Large Urbanized Areas are not allowed to spend 5307 funds on operating expenses. 5

8 Section 5303 funds can be used only for planning activities, which may include salaries for staff planners or consultant studies. Certification An annual self-certification process, which certifies that the planning process complies with federal requirements, is included in the UPWP, which is adopted bi-annually. 6

9 ANATS FINANCIAL STATEMENT (COST IN THOUSANDS) TIP REMAINING FY FY FY FY FY FY FY FY COST COST PIN # PRIORITY GUIDESHARE PROJECTS ( ) (2022+) FUNDING 1 Multi-Use Path $400 R $1,000 C $1,400 2 SC Old Asbury Rd $1,200 C $1,400 3 Concord Cathey/Harris Bridge Rd $1,750 C $2,200 4 Brown Kings Road $250 R $1,750 C $2,000 5 S Campbell/Broyles/Dean (Belton $400 R $1,750 C $2,150 6 SC Whitehall Rd Extension $500 R $1,200 C $1,700 7 Monroe Market Street $200 R $1,750 C $1,950 8 Concord N Main/Whitehall $100 R $500 C $600 9 Rail Road $200 P $250 R $860 C $1, Whitner I St $200 P $250 R $1,020 C $1, Midway Harriet Cir $200 P $200 R $1,030 C $1, Midway Crestview Rd $150 P $100 R $640 C $ Anderson Zion St (Belton) $200 P $250 R $530 C $ S Shockley Ferry/Lewis St $300 P $250 R $ C GUIDESHARE PAYBACK DEBT SERVICES $1,047 $1,032 $1,015 $998 $981 $638 $644 $7,299 $2,258 GUIDESHARE SUBTOTALS $4,797 $4,032 $2,765 $1,698 $4,681 $1,738 $3,824 $2,200 $27,329 $2,258 GUIDESHARE ALLOCATION 2,750 2,815 2,815 2,815 2,815 2,815 2,815 2,815 $22,455 CARRYOVER AVAILABLE 4,472 2,425 1,208 1,258 2, , $2,375 GUIDESHARE ADVANCEMENT GUIDESHARE SUBTOTALS (4,797) (4,032) (2,765) ($1,698) ($4,681) ($1,738) ($3,824) ($2,200) ($19,311) BALANCE 2,425 1,208 1,258 2, , ,192 TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVE PROJECTS JACKSON STREET SIDEWALK PHASE 2 STP (ANDERSON COUNTY) 400 C TOTAL- 400 MATCH- 80 SAFETY PROGRAM (EXEMPT FROM GUIDESHARE) SC-28 (ABBEVILLE CO. LINE TO HOOPER DR) 2,416 C 5,940 HSIP/STP I-85 SB West SC HSIP S-34 (WHITEHALL SULLIVAN ROAD 100 C 970 C 1,320 HSIP S-49 (Flat Rock Road MM0 to MM 9.26) 2,500 C 2,500 HSIP EXEMPT SUBTOTAL $2,516 $3,470 $10,435 RESURFACING (EXEMPT FROM GUIDESHARE) SC 28 (.03 W L-1285 (Hooper Dr) to SC 28 Bus) 0 HSIP US 178 (I-85 Bridge to.57 Mi S S-667 (Manse Jolly Rd)) 0 HSIP EXEMPT SUBTOTAL PAVEMENT PRESERVATION (EXEMPT FROM GUIDESHARE) S-22 (SC 28 Bypass to S-111 (S Gossett St)) 0 HSIP S-34 (SC 28 Bus (Whitehall Rd) to S-333 (Concord Ave)) 0 HSIP S-111 (US 76 (E River St) to S-331 (Old Williamston Rd)) 0 HSIP S-263 (US 29 (Shockley Ferry Rd) to US 76 (E River St)) HSIP S-333 (S-34 (Concord Rd) to SC 28 Bus (N. Main St)) 0 HSIP S-472 (US 76 (Forest Hill Dr) to S-71 (Rogers St)) 0 HSIP SC 28 (SC 28 Bus (S. Main St) to SC 24 (W Whitner St)) 0 HSIP SC 28 (S-1165 (S Main St) to US 28 Bus (S Murray Ave)) HSIP US 29 (GA State Line to.02 SW SC 81 (S Murray Ave)) 0 HSIP US 76 (S-256 (Phil Watson Rd) to SC 28 Bus (Whitehall Rd)) 0 HSIP EXEMPT SUBTOTAL FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION ELECTRIC CITY TRANSIT 750 OP $700 OP $750 OP $750 OP $750 OP $750 OP $750 OP $750 OP $5,950 FTA 5307 ELECTRIC CITY TRANSIT $400 CA $400 FTA 5307 CITY OF ANDERSON PLANNING DIVISION 25 PL 25 PL 25 PL $25 PL $25 PL $25 PL $25 PL $25 PL $200 FTA 5303 KEY: P - PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING, R - RIGHT OF WAY, C - CONSTRUCTION, CA - CAPITAL PURCHASE, OP - OPERATING, PL - PLANNING, VA - VEHICLE ACQUISITION

10 GUIDESHARE PROGRAM The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) adopted by the SCDOT Commission in July 2006 allocated $2,207,000 annually to ANATS. Since then the guideshare allocation has seen some change, raising to $2,724,875 and with MAP-21 falling to $2,541,000. Fiscal year 2015 saw ANATS guideshare allocation climb to $2,815,237 only to be reduced to 2,749,956 due to the federal penalty for the structure of Emma s Law. The annual debt service for the 1997 Project Acceleration Program will vary slightly from year to year, but is approximately $1.1 million. ANATS Guideshare Projects 1. Multi-Use Path 2. SC Old Asbury Road 3. Concord Cathey/Harris Bridge Road 4. Brown Kings Road 5. S. Campbell/Broyles/Dean 6. SC Whitehall Rd. Ext. 7. Monroe Market Street 8. Concord N. Main/Whitehall 9. Railroad 10. Whitner I Street 11. Midway Harriet Circle 12. Midway Crestview Road 13. Anderson Zion Street 14. South Main Shockley Ferry/Lewis Street 8

11 Project: Multi-Use Path Total Cost (thousands): $3,500 Anderson Area Transportation Study Transportation Improvement Plan Description: A ten foot multi use path running north/west across Clemson Blvd to the Civic Center and south along Hwy 81 connecting to the ANMED Health Campus. Purpose: Offer transportation options and improve air quality. County, City: Anderson, None Program Type: Guideshare Funding Source: Surface Transportation Program Comments: This project extends the guideshare funded multi-use path currently being constructed in conjunction with the East-West Connector. Activity FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 TIP Cost PE ROW 1, CONST 1, ,200 TOTAL 1,000 1, ,200 9

12 Project: SC Old Asbury Road Total Cost (thousands): $1,600 Description: Widen approach on Old Asbury, provide turning lanes and widen SC 24 to provide turn lanes. Purpose: Relieve congestion and increase both flow and safety. County, City: Anderson, None Program Type: Guideshare Funding Source: Surface Transportation Program Comments: PE ROW CONST TOTAL 0 10

13 Project: Concord Cathey/Harris Bridge Road Total Cost (thousands): $2,300 Description: Realign Cathay Road with Harris Bridge Road, widen approaches with turn lanes in each quadrant. Add Signal if needed. Purpose: Relieve congestion and increase both flow and safety. County, City: Anderson, None Program Type: Guideshare Funding Source: Surface Transportation Program Comments: PE ROW CONST TOTAL 0 11

14 Project: Brown Kings Road Total Cost (thousands): $2,250 Description: Address a congestion issue via roundabout. Purpose: Relieve congestion and increase both flow and safety. County, City: Anderson, None Program Type: Guideshare Funding Source: Surface Transportation Program Comments: PE ROW CONST 1,750 1,750 TOTAL 250 1,750 2,000 12

15 Project: South Campbell/Broyles/Dean Total Cost (thousands): $2,150 Description: Intersection upgrade to address safety concerns. Purpose: Relieve congestion and increase both flow and safety. County, City: Anderson, Belton Program Type: Guideshare Funding Source: Surface Transportation Program Comments: PE ROW CONST 1,750 1,750 TOTAL 400 1,750 2,150 13

16 Project: SC Whitehall Road Extension Total Cost (thousands): $1,700 Description: Improve radii and widen approaches to provide turn lanes. Purpose: Relieve congestion and increase both flow and safety. County, City: Anderson, None Program Type: Guideshare Funding Source: Surface Transportation Program Comments: PE ROW CONST 1,200 1,200 TOTAL 500 1,200 1,700 14

17 Project: Monroe Market Street Total Cost (thousands): $2,000 Description: Realign Southwood Road with Monroe Street and widen approaches for turn lanes in each quadrant. Purpose: Relieve congestion and increase both flow and safety. County, City: Anderson, Anderson Program Type: Guideshare Funding Source: Surface Transportation Program Comments: PE ROW CONST 1,750 1,750 TOTAL 200 1,750 2,000 15

18 Project: Concord N. Main/Whitehall Total Cost (thousands): $800 Description Improve the turning radius, turning right from Concord Rd onto North Main Street. Purpose: Relieve congestion and increase both flow and safety. County, City: Anderson, Anderson Program Type: Guideshare Funding Source: Surface Transportation Program Comments: This project was moved to the 10 th ranked project due to issues found in the preliminary engineering phase. It is currently being reevaluated. PE ROW CONST TOTAL

19 Project: Railroad Total Cost (thousands): $1,310 Description: Realign and upgrade the intersection Purpose: Relieve congestion and increase both flow and safety. County, City: Anderson, Anderson Program Type: Guideshare Funding Source: Surface Transportation Program Comments: PE ROW CONST TOTAL ,310 17

20 Project: I Street Total Cost (thousands): 1,470 Description: Realign and upgrade the intersection Purpose: Relieve congestion and increase both flow and safety. County, City: Anderson, Anderson Program Type: Guideshare Funding Source: Surface Transportation Program Comments: PE ROW CONST 1,020 1,020 TOTAL ,020 1,470 18

21 Project: Midway Harriet Circle Total Cost (thousands): 1,430 Description: Create T intersection or incorporate with Crestview intersection improvement Purpose: Relieve congestion and increase both flow and safety. County, City: Anderson, None Program Type: Guideshare Funding Source: Surface Transportation Program Comments: PE ROW CONST 1,030 1,030 TOTAL ,030 1,430 19

22 Project: Midway Crestview Road Total Cost (thousands): 890 Description: Upgrade the intersection Purpose: Relieve congestion and increase both flow and safety. County, City: Anderson, None Program Type: Guideshare Funding Source: Surface Transportation Program Comments: PE ROW CONST TOTAL

23 Project: Anderson Zion Street Total Cost (thousands): 980 Description: Realign and upgrade the intersection Purpose: Relieve congestion and increase both flow and safety. County, City: Anderson, Belton Program Type: Guideshare Funding Source: Surface Transportation Program Comments: PE ROW CONST TOTAL

24 Project: South Main Shockley Ferry/Lewis Street Total Cost (thousands): 1,490 Description: Realign and upgrade the intersection Purpose: Relieve congestion and increase both flow and safety. County, City: Anderson, Anderson Program Type: Guideshare Funding Source: Surface Transportation Program Comments: PE ROW CONST TOTAL

25 TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM The Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) was created by MAP-21 (and continues in the FAST Act) provide for a variety of alternative transportation projects, including many that were previously eligible activities under separately funded programs. ANATS Transportation Enhancement Projects 1. Jackson Street Sidewalk- Phase 2 23

26 Project: Jackson Street Sidewalk- Phase 2 Total Cost (thousands): $400 Description: This project will add sidewalks along Jackson Street from Boyce Street to Westside High School. Purpose: Enhance the safety of the pedestrian network in the ANATS Study Area. County, City: Anderson Program Type: TAP Funding Source: Surface Transportation Program Comments: PE ROW CONST 400 TOTAL

27 SCDOT SAFETY PROJECTS WITHIN ANATS SCDOT Safety Projects are guideshare exempt projects designed to improve the utility of the transportation network by improving current conditions creating a safer travel environment for all users. SCDOT Safety Projects Within ANATS 1. SC-28, Abbeville Highway 2. I-85 SB West SC S-34 (Whitehall Sullivan Road 25

28 Project: SC-28, Abbeville Highway Total Cost (thousands): $5,940 Description: This project spans from the Abbeville County Line to Hooper Drive. This project will provide additional pavement for shoulder widening and rumble stripes, select clearing, guardrail additions and upgrades, and signing and marking upgrades. Purpose: Enhance safety. County, City: Anderson Program Type: Safety Funding Source: HSIP/STP Comments: PE ROW CONST TOTAL 26

29 Project: I-85 SB West SC-178 Total Cost (thousands): $675 Description: This project is an intersection improvement to the southbound exit ramp from I-85 to West SC-178. Purpose: Enhance safety County, City: Anderson Program Type: Safety Funding Source: HSIP Comments: PE ROW CONST TOTAL 27

30 Project: S-34 (Whitehall Sullivan Road Total Cost (thousands): $1,320 Description: This project will improve the intersection of Whitehall Road at Sullivan Road. Purpose: Enhance the safety of intersection. County, City: Anderson Program Type: Safety Funding Source: HSIP Comments: PE ROW CONST TOTAL

31 SCDOT RESURFACING AND PAVEMENT PRESERVATION WITHIN ANATS SCDOT resurfacing and pavement preservation projects are guideshare exempt and designed to improve the utility of the transportation network by improving current conditions creating a safer travel environment for all users. SCDOT Resurfacing Projects within ANATS 1. SC-28 (.03 W L-1285 (Hooper Dr) to SC 28 Bus) 2. US 178 (I-85 Bridge to.57 Mi S S-667 (Manse Jolly Rd)) SCDOT Pavement Preservation Projects within ANATS 1. S-22 (SC 28 Bypass to S-111 (S Gossett St)) 2. S-34 (SC 28 Bus (Whitehall Rd) to S-333 (Concord Ave)) 3. S-111 (US 76 (E River St) to S-331 (Old Williamston Rd)) 4. S-263 (US 29 (Shockley Ferry Rd) to US 76 (E River St)) 5. S-333 (S-34 (Concord Rd) to SC 28 Bus (N. Main St)) 6. S-472 (US 76 (Forest Hill Dr) to S-71 (Rogers St)) 7. SC 28 (SC 28 Bus (S. Main St) to SC 24 (W Whitner St)) 8. SC 28 (S-1165 (S Main St) to US 28 Bus (S Murray Ave)) 9. US 29 (Georgia State Line to.02 SW SC 81 (S Murray Ave)) 10. US 76 (S-256 (Phil Watson Rd) to SC 28 Bus (Whitehall Rd)) 29

32 Anderson Area Transportation Study (ANATS) Active Projects _ ^ _ ^ Symbol Guideshare Projects Multi-Use Path Project SC Old Asbury Concord Cathey/Harris Bridge Rd Brown Kings Road S. Campbell/Broyle/Dean SC Whitehall Rd Ext. W. Market Monroe/Southwood St Concord N. Main/Whitehall Rd Rail Road Legend I Street Resurfacing Safety Project Midway Harriet Cir ANATS Study Area Anderson Zion St Midway Crestview Rd Pavement Preservation Major Roads S. Shockley Ferry/Lewis St Streets Municipal Boundaries Lakes ± Safety Pojects ^ ^ I-85 SB West SC-178 Whitehall Sullivan Rd

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