Mitchell Mill Road Widening Project
- Road Widening Project
- Total Projected Cost - $9,427,000
- Street and Sidewalk Design Construction (Lead)
- Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. (Design Consultant)
Funding for Construction and Right-of-Way on this project was part of the City's Transportation Improvement Bond that passed last year. Funding has been authorized with the City's 2015 budget.
There was a great turnout at the May 20, 2014 public meeting and a lot of productive discussion items were brought up by the community. Staff is currently analyzing these items and plan to schedule another public meeting around August or September to provide proposed solutions to address these concerns.
The project will widen Mitchell Mill Road between Louisburg Road and Forestville Road to a four-lane median-divided curb and gutter section with sidewalks, striped bike lanes and streetlights on both sides. Also included in this project are turn-lane improvements and culvert replacement at the intersection of Mitchell Mill Road and Forestville Road, new traffic signal at Single Leaf Lane and new water main installation to connect existing sections currently installed along the corridor.
|September 23, 2010||Corridor Public Meeting|
|May 5, 2011||Design Public Meeting|
|May 20, 2014||Public Meeting|
|To Be Determined||Follow-up Public Meeting|
|November 4, 2014||City Council Public Hearing|
|November 2014 though July 2015||Right-of-way and Easement Acquisition|
|November 3, 2015||Awarding of Construction Contract|
|Winter 2016||Start of Construction|
|Summer 2017||Project Completion|
Mitchell Mill Road Widening project is part of the 2005 Road Bond approved by voters of the City of Raleigh. Initial design funding for the project was authorized by the Raleigh City Council as part of the 2008-09 Capital Improvement Program. Mitchell Mill Road is classified as a major thoroughfare in the City's 2030 comprehensive Plan. The existing roadway consists of primarily a two lane roadway with triple lefts at the Louisburg Road (US 401) intersection.
Existing Traffic Volume: 17,500 vehicles per day
Projected Traffic Forecast: 25,000 vehicles per day (2035)