Annual Street Resurfacing with Bicycle Markings

Last updated Jun. 13, 2018 - 9:34 am
Street with bike marking

The City of Raleigh and the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) resurface City streets that have pavement in poor condition on an annual basis. In addition to improving the condition of the pavement, resurfacing projects improve sidewalk ramps, crosswalks, and curbs. They also provide the City of Raleigh the opportunity to update street configurations to match the Comprehensive Plan (adopted by City Council in October of 2009) and the Bicycle Plan (adopted by City Council in May of 2016).

Schedule

JanuaryPublic meetings and draft pavement marking plans available
February 23
Presentation to Raleigh Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission for recommendation to City Council
March 6
Submission of Traffic Schedule #26 amendments for City Council approval
March 12
Final pavement marking plans available
April
Resurfacing starts
OctoberResurfacing ends

Resurfacing Streets Recommended for Bicycle Markings

The streets listed below have been approved for resurfacing in 2018 and are recommended for bicycle markings.

StreetFromTo
Arco Corporate DriveBeg Maint #8001Phase Line #8081
Arnold Palmer DriveBrier Club LaneBrier Creek Parkway
Common Oaks DriveFalls of Neuse RoadPhase Line E. Forest Pines Drive
Corporate Center DriveChapel Hill RoadTrinity Road
Country TrailPinecrest DriveGlenwood Avenue
Crabtree BoulevardRaleigh BoulevardCapital Boulevard
Forest Pines DriveCommon Oaks Drive SWakefield Plantation Circle
Glen Eden Drive (A)Glenwood AvenueRidge Road
Glen Eden Drive (B)Blue Ridge RoadEdwards Mill Road
Grove Barton RoadHilburn RoadLynn Road
Ileagnes RoadS Saunders StreetEnd Maintenance @ Park
Lineberry DriveBegin City MaintenanceBliss Street
Marvino LaneCountry TrailEbenezer Church Road
Morgan Street
Dawson Street
S. Person Street
Morningside Drive
Blue Ridge Road
Blue Ridge Road
St Albans DriveWake Forest RoadGreenlawn Drive

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