New Hope Church Road Widening Project

Last updated Dec. 01, 2017 - 12:06 pm
  • Planning
  • Design
  • Construction
  • Completed
  • Street Improvement Project
  • 5.4 Million
  • Roadway Design and Construction (Lead)
  • Ramey Kemp & Associates

Current Activity

Posted Friday, Dec. 1

A Public Meeting was held on Wednesday, Nov. 29, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Green Road Park Community Center, at 4201 Green Road. At this meeting, the City’s design consultant and City staff was on hand to show the 65 percent plans and answer project related questions and take public comments before finalizing the plan.

For those unable to attend the meeting a copy of the public meeting map, handout, and comment sheet are linked below. To keep the design process running smoothly we request that all comments be returned by December 13, 2017.

Public Meeting Handout
Public Meeting Map
Public Meeting Presentation
Public Meeting Comment Form


The improvements will include new pavement and restriping between Green Road and Ingram Drive and will widen the existing roadway from Ingram Drive to Deana Lane. The enhancements will include:

  • A three-lane curb and gutter section
  • Bike lanes
  • Sidewalk on both sides of the street
  • Stormwater and erosion control
  • Culvert replacement

Assessments for new curb and gutter installation will be applicable according to City of Raleigh Assessment Policies. Currently, residential statutory costs are $32 per linear foot and commercial statutory costs are $64 per linear foot.


Project schedule with dates and descriptions
November 29, 2016Corridor Public Meeting - 25% Design Plans
November 29, 2017Design Public Meeting - 65% Design Plans
Winter 2018City Council Public Hearing
Summer 2018Complete Right of Way and Easement Acquisition
Summer 2018Advertise for Construction Contract
Late Summer 2018Award Construction Contract
Spring 2020Project Completion


The New Hope Church Road Widening Project was prioritized in the Capital Improvement Program, as a major street project.

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