Project Design: Reduced Conflict Intersection (RCI)


With the most common type of RCI, drivers on the main road follow their usual paths, but raised medians redirect drivers from the side road. When there is a safe opening in traffic, drivers turn right to easily enter the flow of traffic on the main route. To go the other direction, or cross the highway, they pull into a dedicated lane to make a U-turn. There may be a traffic signal at this location. Reduced conflict intersections simplify how traffic is moved through the area, making travel safer and quicker. By removing most of the crossing conflicts, an RCI typically results in less severe crashes.


Benefits of an RCI:

• Improves safety for motorists and pedestrians

• Accommodates more traffic volume without increased delays

• Allows for the City or NCDOT to adjust the timing of the traffic signals to control the speed at which drivers move through the corridor

• Requires less right-of-way or property impacts than adding travel lanes or building an interchange


Public Involvement


Public Meeting:

A public meeting was held on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 to present project maps and receive public input.

October 22, 2019

Delco Pentecostal Free Will Baptist Church

283 Kaiser Road

Delco, NC 28436

5 p.m. - 7 p.m.


Public Meeting Map:

Byrdville Freeman Road to East of Money Hole Road 

Project Funding: 


Estimated Amount*


$     150,000

Construction Costs

$   2,914,000

Total Costs

$   3,064,000

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


Project Timeline: 



Public Meeting

 October 2019

Environmental Documentation

 January 2020


 April 2021


 April or May 2021

* Future dates are preliminary and subject to change

Project Comments: 

NCDOT accepts comments throughout the project development process.

comments can be emailed to: 

or Mailed to the project manager at the address shown below. 

Question title

Would you like to be added to the project mailing list?

Project Contact Information:

Alex Henderson

NCDOT Division 6 Project Manager

P.O. Box 1150

Fayetteville, NC 28302

(910) 364-0692

Project Email Address:



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.  

Right-of-Way Brochure Single Page Layout      Folleto del Proceso de Adquisición de Bienes Raíces
Right-of-Way Frequently Asked Questions

Right of way Acquisition Process Videos

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