Project Facts

  • Project Length: 1.1 miles

  • Posted Speed Limit: 35 miles per hour

  • Stream Impacts: 600 linear feet

  • Residential Relocations: 3

  • Business Relocations: 2

 

 

Project Funding

This project is listed as Project U-5536 in the N.C. Department of Transportation’s State Transportation Improvement Program. 

 

Estimated Amount*

Right of Way Acquisition

$5,465,000

Utility Cost

$1,482,477

Construction Costs

$TBD

Total Cost

$TBD

 

 

* Estimated costs are subject to change

Project Timeline

* Schedule is subject to change based on funding. 

The proposed U-5536 project is included in the latest North Carolina State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). This program, which is incorporated into the state's "From Policy to Projects" initiative, prioritizes projects and presents their timeline and funding schedules. 

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Would you like to be added to the project mail or email list?

Please provide your comments on the following items by August 26, 2019: 

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What is your opinion of the build alternative presented?

Closed for Comments

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Environmental, socioeconomic, or other concerns: Any issues that need to be addressed?

Closed for Comments

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Other comments, questions, or concerns:

Closed for Comments

Comments/Questions

Any additional comments may be submitted via:

  • phone or U.S. Mail to the Project Managers listed at the bottom of this page;

  • email to [email protected];

  • 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. 

Project Contact Information

Connie K. James, PE

NCDOT Project Contact

375 Silas Creek Parkway

Winston Salem, NC 27127

(336)747-7800

[email protected]

David Z. Keiser, PE

CDM Smith, Inc.  Project Manager

5400 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 400

Raleigh, NC 27612

(919)325-3531

[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.

Right-of-Way Frequently Asked Questions