U-5858: Lindsay Road

U-5858: Lindsay Road

The N.C. Department of Transportation proposes to widen Lindsay Road (S.R. 1418) to multi-lanes from Rockfish Road (S.R. 1406) to U.S. 401 in Hoke County.  The proposed project will improve traffic safety and reduce congestion in the area south of Fort Bragg as part of a series of projects between Fort Bragg and the community of Rockfish. 

Project components include:

  • Adding lanes and a median from Adcox Road (S.R. 1417) north to U.S. 401

  • Shoulder improvements from Gillis Hill Road (S.R .1420) north to Adcox Road.

 

Interactive Vicinity Map

 

Purpose and Need:

The purpose of this project is to improve traffic safety and reduce congestion in the area south of Fort Bragg.  This project is part of a series of roadway improvements between Fort Bragg and the community of Rockfish.

 

Project Highlights

The project is following a study process outlined by the National Environmental Policy Act, a law that requires NCDOT to study and document the environmental effects of the proposed project.  Two design concepts with options have been developed for public review and comment. 

Design Concept 1 would widen Lindsay Road to a median divided boulevard with shoulders from Adcox Road north to U.S. 401. 

Lindsay Road would be realigned at U.S. 401 to meet Wayside Road

Design Concept 2 would widen Lindsay Road to a median divided boulevard with curb and gutter from Adcox Road north to U.S. 401. 

Lindsay Road would be realigned at U.S. 401 to meet Wayside Road   

Project History

April 2014

Fayetteville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (FAMPO) includes need to widen Lindsay Road in their Highway Element of the 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan.

August 2017

Project included in N.C. Department of Transportation’s 2018-2027 State Transportation Improvement Program.

August 2017

Community meeting held at the request of the public to introduce the project (along with STIP Projects U-5753, U-5798, U-5707, and U-5857).  

Design Concept 1

  • Widens Lindsay Road to a 4-lane median divided boulevard with shoulders between Adcox Road and U.S. 401
  • Realigns Lindsay Road at U.S. 401 to meet Wayside Road

 

Design Concept 2

  • Widens Lindsay Road to a 4-lane median divided boulevard with curb and gutter between Adcox Road and U.S. 1
  • Realigns Lindsay Road at U.S. 401 to meet Wayside Road

 

After reviewing the information provided, do you prefer one Concept over another?
I prefer Concept 1: Shoulder Section
I prefer Concept 2: Curb and Gutter
I have no preference
Select a response

Both Concepts

 Both design concepts include shoulder Improvements between Rockfish Road and Adcox Road

Shoulder Improvements - Rockfish Road to Adcox Road

Options

Options at Lindsay Road and U.S. 401

Option A:       Grade Separated interchange, carrying Lindsay Road Over U.S. 401

Option B:       At Grade signalized intersection  

 

Option A: Recommended - Grade Separated Interchange

 

 

 

Options at Lindsay Road and Galatia Church Road

Option A:       Roundabout installation

Option B:       Existing (4-way- stop) conditions with shoulder improvements

 

                    Option A:  Recommended - Roundabout

Public Involvement

Public Meetings

A public meeting was held on April 23, 2019 in Charlotte, NC to obtain stakeholder and public input regarding the project's design.  

 

  Date

  April 23, 2019

  Location

  Tabernacle Baptist Church

   3081 Lindsay Road

   Rockfish

  Time

  4-7 p.m.

                                                    

                          

Public Meeting Maps:

U-5753 and U-5858 Plank Road to area of Stoney Point Road

U-5753 and U-5858 Stoney Point to Little Rock Road

Options at U.S. 401  

 

 

Project Funding

 This project is listed as Project U-5858 in the N.C. Department of Transportation’s State Transportation Improvement Program  (STIP) and is funded for $23,846,000.

 

 

 Estimated Amount*

   Utility Relocation

  $       222,000

   Property Acquisition   $     1,850,000
   Construction   $   21,774,000
   Total Cost   $   23,846,000

* Estimated costs are subject to change. Based on NCDOT STIP.

 

Project Timeline

 Milestone

    Date*

   Public Meeting  

    April 23, 2019

  Categorical Excluaion - Combined with U-5858

   Summer 2019

  Right of Way Acquisition    Summer 2020
  Construction Begins    Summer 2022

* Future dates are preliminary and subject to change

PROJECT CONTACT INFORMATION 

April Annis

Project Manager

NCDOT Project Management Unit

1595 Mail Service Center

Raleigh, NC  27699-1595

919-707-6011

PROJECT CONTACT INFORMATION 

Darren Even, AICP

Consultant Project Manager

Dewberry

9300 Harris Corners Pkway - Suite 220

Charlotte, NC  28269

704-631-5218

Please drop a pin on the area in which you live.
How would you rate the safety of Lindsay Road?
Loading question...
Where along the corridor do you most frequently travel for shopping and personal trips?
Do you have safety concerns about any of the Lindsay Rd intersections listed below? (Please select all that apply)
U.S. 401 / Fayetteville Rd
Wrightsboro Rd
Stoney Point Rd
Adcox Road
McColl Ln
Berwick Dr
Galatia Church Rd
Little Rock Dr
Gillis Hill Rd
Select a response
After reviewing the information provided, how supportive of the project to make improvements to Lindsay Road are you?
I fully support the project
I support the project
I don't support the project
I need more information
Select a response
Are there questions you would like to ask the project team?

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

COMMENTS/QUESTIONS

 

Comments may be submitted below, via phone, email  (Lindsay-[email protected]) or U.S. Mail to the Project Manager listed above, or at any meeting. 

All comments received carry equal weight, regardless of submission method. 

All comments will be reviewed and suggestions/recommendations

incorporated into designs where feasible.