Lenoir & South Street Two-Way Conversion
- Street Improvement Project
- 5.5 Million
- Roadway Design and Construction (Lead)
- Design Consultant - Kimley-Horn & Associates
- Construction Contractor - Moffat Pipe, Inc.
Posted Monday, Oct. 20
The project is complete.
The project will convert the remaining one-way sections of Lenoir and South Streets to two-way operation with one lane per direction and left turn lanes where needed.
Street Improvements will include:
- Removal of unnecessary traffic signals;
- Improved bicycle and pedestrian amenities;
- Upgraded underground infrastructure; and,
- Small sections of landscaped median will be provided on South Street between West Street and Dawson Street.
|November 4, 2013||Public Meeting - 25% Design Plans|
|May 15, 2014||Public Meeting - 65% Design Plans|
|June 17, 2014||Public Hearing|
|November 11, 2015||Complete Right of Way and Easement Acquisition|
|March 2, 2015||Advertised for Construction Contract|
|June 29, 2015||Second Advertisement for Construction Contract|
|October 20, 2015||Award Construction Contract|
|March 28, 2016||Construction Phase Begins|
|August, 2017||Project Completion|
The purpose of the project is to improve navigation and accessibility of this section of downtown, improve bicycle and pedestrian amenities, and reduce unnecessary delay for roadway users by removing unneeded traffic signals.
Portions of Lenoir Street and South Street between South Saunders Street and East Street were previously converted to two-way operation. The remaining sections are primarily composed of one-way two-lane sections. The project will convert these remaining sections to two-way operation with one lane per direction and left turn lanes where needed.