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Neighborhood Streetscape Program Active Projects

Last updated Jun. 29, 2016 - 11:20 am
Neighborhood Streetscapes

Active Neighborhood Streetscape projects are currently undergoing conceptual design. Citizen input is crucial to developing successful traffic calming treatments. Conceptual designs are approved by City Council before preparations are made for construction.

Cross Link Road South

Cross Link Road South

Cross Link Road – South

Cross Link Road, from Garner Road to Dandridge Drive
CAC: South
Police District: Southeast
Planning District: Southeast
City Council District: C

Project Update (March 23, 2016):

On October 7, 2015, the Cross Link Road – South Neighborhood Streetscape was approved by City Council.

Timeline:

Successful Petition Submitted - December 19, 2012
Information Session - February 11, 2014
Neighborhood Design Workshop - June 5, 2014
Neighborhood Design Review - September 29, 2014
City Council Public Hearing - March 3, 2015
Additional Neighborhood Design Review South CAC Meeting - April 13, 2015
Project Open House - August 11, 2015

City Council Transportation Department Committee - September 22, 2015
City Council Approval - October 7, 2015


Documents:

Workshop Summary - July 2014
Design Review Presentation - September 2014
Draft Design for Community Review - September 2014
Conceptual Design for City Council Review - January 2015
Slides from City Council Public Hearing - March 2015
Multi-way Stop Evaluation Memo
- July 2015
Revised Conceptual Design - July 2015
Slides from City Council Transportation Department Committee Meeting - September 2015
Conceptual Design Approved by City Council - October 2015

Project Location

Town and Country Road

Town and Country Rd

Town and Country Road, from Lead Mine Road to Millbrook Road
CAC: Northwest
Police District: North
Planning District: Northwest
City Council District: A

Project Update (June 16, 2015):

On June 2, 2015, the Town and Country Road Neighborhood Streetscape was approved by City Council with specific modifications.

The Town and Country Neighborhood Streetscape project started as a Minor Traffic Calming project. After a treatment design with speed humps was marked on the street for public comment, city staff re-evaluated the strategy for the street. In meetings with the citizens on and near Town and Country Road, it was decided to convert the project to a Neighborhood Streetscape project with a more limited toolbox of treatments. A rough draft conceptual design was presented on October 20 and received a positive reception.

Information Session - January 16, 2014
Successful Petition Submitted – December 19, 2012 to February 6, 2014
Minor Traffic Calming Preliminary Design Meeting - May 29, 2014
Neighborhood Streetscape Proposal Meeting - September 18, 2014
Neighborhood Streetscape Design Review - October 20, 2014
City Council Public Hearing - March 3, 2015
City Council Transportation Department Committee - March 24, 2015
Transportation Department Committee Report to full City Council - April 7, 2015
City Council discussion - April 21, 2015
Additional Public Feedback Session - May 15, 2015

Documents:

Draft Design for Community Review - October 2014
Conceptual Design for City Council Review - January 2015
Slides from City Council Public Hearing - March 2015
Slides from City Council Transportation Department Committee Meeting - March 2015
Slides from April 21 City Council Meeting - April 2015
Presentation to City Council - June 2015
Approved Design - June 2015

Project Location

Currituck Drive

Currituck Drive

Currituck Drive, from Tyrell Road to Lassiter Mill Road
CAC: Midtown
Police District: North
Planning District: North Hills
City Council District: A

Project Update (April 24, 2015):

On April 21, 2015, the Currituck Drive Neighborhood Streetscape was approved by City Council with specific modifications.

This page will be updated with implementation information as it becomes available.

Timeline:

Information Session - March 20, 2014
Successful Petition Submitted - June 2, 2014
Public Design Workshop - July 8, 2014
Neighborhood Design Review - October 16, 2014
City Council Public Hearing - March 3, 2015
City Council Transportation Department Committee March 25, 2015
Transportation Department Committee Report to full City Council - April 7, 2015
City Council approval - April 21, 2015

Documents:

Workshop Summary - July 2014
Design Review Presentation - October 2014
Draft Design for Community Review - October 2014
Conceptual Design for City Council Review - January 2015
Slides from City Council Public Hearing - March 2015
Slides from City Council Transportation Department Committee Meeting - March 2015
Slides from City Council meeting describing modifications - April 2015
Conceptual Design Approved by City Council - April 2015

Project Location

Milburnie Road

Milburnie Road

Milburnie Road, from Raleigh Boulevard to Chatham Lane:
CAC: East
Police District: Southeast
Planning District: East
City Council District: C

Approved by City Council on April 1, 2014

Documents:
Community Design Review - January 2014
Approved Design - April 2014
Please find the “Milburnie Road Traffic Calming” under the Traffic Calming section on the Current Street Projects page for more information.

Project Location

Glascock Street

Glascock Street

Extent: Glascock Street, from Norris Street to North Raleigh Boulevard
CACs: East, Mordecai, and North Central
Police Districts: Southeast and Downtown
Planning District: East
City Council District: C

Approved by City Council on February 5, 2013

Documents:

Approved Design
The project will begin construction in April and continue through Fall 2016. Please find the “Glascock Street Traffic Calming” section under the Traffic Calming Section on the Current Street Projects page for more information.

Project Location

Brookside Drive

Brookside Drive

Extent: Brookside Drive, Watauga Street to Glascock Street
CACs: Mordecai and North Central
Police Districts: Downtown
Planning District: Central
City Council District: C

Approved by City Council on June 5, 2012

Documents:

Approved Design
Construction of the Brookside Drive project is now complete. Please send feedback about the project to NTMP@RaleighNC.gov.

Project Location

Kaplan Drive

Kaplan Drive

Extent: Kaplan Drive, from Melbourne Road to Kent Road
CAC: West
Police District: Southwest
Planning District: Southwest
City Council District: D

Approved by City Council on June 5, 2012

Documents:

Approved Design
Construction of the Kaplan Drive project is now complete. Please send feedback about the project to NTMP@RaleighNC.gov.

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