R-5814: U.S. 258 Widening

PROJECT OVERVIEW AND PURPOSE

The N.C. Department of Transportation proposes to widen approximately 4.8 miles of U.S. 258 from Browntown Road (S.R. 1101) to N.C. 148 (C.F. Harvey Parkway) in Greene and Lenoir Counties to a four-lane median divided roadway.

Once complete, the project will help improve traffic flow and regional connectivity, as well as accommodate future traffic growth along the project corridor.

 

Vicinity Map:  

 

           


PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

Proposed work includes widening U.S. 258 – with two through lanes in each direction divided by a median.

 

Design concepts are under development.

 

Environmental planning work on the project began in August 2017.


PROJECT HISTORY

The project was proposed in the Kinston Comprehensive Transportation Plan, which was adopted by NCDOT in March 2011. It was also proposed in the 2012 Greene County Comprehensive Transportation Plan, which was adopted by NCDOT in July 2012. The project was scored in SPOT 4.0 as a Division Needs Project with a 25.29 out of 50. The project was then listed in the State Transportation Improvement Plan as R-5814.


PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT

 

The N.C. Department of Transportation will hold public meetings during the planning process to present design concepts and get feedback on the project.

 

A public meeting is anticipated during the summer of 2018.


PROJECT FUNDING

Based on results of NCDOT’s funding formula, the US 258 widening project is listed as Project R-5814 in the current State Transportation Improvement Program and is funded for approximately $47 million.

 

 

  Estimated Amount*

  Utilities

  $  1,800,000

  Property Acquisition

  $ 15,715,000

  Construction Costs

  $ 29,490,000

  Total Cost

  $ 47,005,000

* Estimated costs are subject to change.

 


PROJECT TIMELINE

  Milestone

Date*

  State Environmental Document

2019

  Right of way acquisition begins

2023

  Construction begins

2025

* Future dates are preliminary and subject to change


PROJECT CONTACT INFORMATION

 

Colista Freeman, P.E. 

Rachelle Beauregard 

Consultant Project Manager 

Project Manager

CALYX Engineers & Consultants

NCDOT Division 2

6570 Tryon Road

P.O. Box 1587

Cary, NC  27518

Greenville, NC  27835

919-858-1848

919-239-7168

[email protected] 

[email protected]


               

RESOURCES FOR PROPERTY OWNERS


Although the N.C. Department of Transportation works to minimize the number of homes and businesses displaced by a road project, it is inevitable, in many cases, that a certain amount of private property is needed. The following information explains right of way acquisition and answers questions about the process.  

 

Relocation Assistance Brochure                                                 Asistencia para Reubicación      
Right-of-Way Acquisition Process Brochure                             Folleto del Proceso de Adquisición de Bienes Raíces   
Right-of-Way Frequently Asked Questions

 

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NCDOT Poll:
Do you have any comments you would like to provide?
Rosetta SmithHave already spoken to someone about how they plan to pay people for their property. Keep me up on meetings
ReplyAgree2 months ago
Diane Wilson (NCDOT)test
Reply23 days ago
[email protected]What affect will it be on Pinecone st. ?
Snow Hill, NC 28580
ReplyAgree2 months ago
Anthony HowardI live on Big Joe ln. Right at the greene county line. Will our neighborhood have a turning lane in the median? We are concerned that this project could potentially have us drive up to greys mill road to make a u-turn in order to access our neighborhood. Our current entrance is 50ft from the county line and is the only reliable entrance to our street.
ReplyAgree2 months ago