Completed Street & Sidewalk Projects

Last updated Oct. 03, 2017 - 1:56 pm

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Frank Street

Frank Street before and after images

Type of Project: Sidewalk Project

Completed: Fall 2017

The City installed a sidewalk on Frank Street between Norris Street and Brookside Drive.

Northclift Drive

Northclift drive before and after images

Type of Project: Sidewalk Petition Project

Completed: Fall 2017

As part of Raleigh’s Sidewalk Petition Program the City installed a sidewalk along the south side of Northclift Drive from 821 Northclift Drive to 717 Northclift Drive.

Tyrell Road

Tyrell Street before and after images

Type of Project: Sidewalk Petition Project

Completed: Fall 2017

As part of the Raleigh Sidewalk Petition Program the City installation a sidewalk along the southeast side of Tyrrell Road from 1005 Tyrrell Road to Hyde Street.

Capital Boulevard Sidewalks (South of I-540 interchange)

Capital Blvd before and after pictures

Type of project: Sidewalk Project

Completed: Spring 2017

The City installed sidewalk along both sides of Capital Boulevard from Spring Forrest Road to Old Wake Forrest Road. The project included including high visibility crosswalks and push-buttons crossing signals at signalized intersections.

Chapanoke Road

Chapanoke before and after pictures

Type of project: Sidewalk Project

Completed: Spring 2017

New sidewalks were installed on both sides of the Chapanoke Road between Ileagnes Road and just east of Wilmington Street.

Clark Avenue

Clark Avenue before and after pictures

Type of project: Sidewalk Project

Completed: Spring 2017

Sidewalk on the north side of the Clark Avenue between Woodburn Rd and Bellwood Drive was installed connecting the sidewalk network from Cameron Village to the bus stop at Bellwood Drive.

Glascock Street Traffic Calming Project

Glascock Street Image

Type of Project: Traffic Calming

Completed: Fall 2016

The project installed traffic calming devices and sidewalks along Glascock Street from east of Norris Drive to Raleigh Boulevard.

Transylvania Avenue, Street Petition Project

Transylvania Avenue Image

Type of Project: Street Petition Project

Completed: Fall 2016

The citizen initiated project widened and added curb and gutter to Transylvania Avenue from Hertford Street to Beaufort Street.

Six Forks Road, Sidewalk Project

Six Forks Road, after construction image

Type of Project: CIP Sidewalk Project

Completed: Summer 2016

The project included the installation of sidewalk on the north side of the road from Wake forest Road to Coleridge Road, and a box culvert extension at Big Branch.

Brookside Drive Traffic Calming Project

Brookside Drive

Type: Traffic Calming

Completed: Fall 2015

The project included installation of landscaped curb bump-outs, landscaped medians, and new sidewalk and wheelchair ramps at intersections along the corridor. There were also two new catch basins installed to improve storm drainage, one at Holden Street, and the other at Glascock Street

Falls of Neuse Road Realignment and Widening

Completed road

Type: Realignment and Widening

Completed: June 2014

Summary:

Phase I

  • Realigned Falls of Neuse Road from Fonville Road to New Falls of Neuse Road
  • Constructed a median divided four lane roadway on 120 feet of right-of-way, including a dual bridge structure over the Neuse River.
  • A multi-use path was installed along the east side and a sidewalk along the west side starting immediately north of the proposed Wide River Drive/Falls of Neuse Road intersection area and ending at new Falls of Neuse Road. Two sidewalk connections were made on both sides of the bridge structure providing pedestrian and bicycle connectivity to the Neuse River Trail.

Phase II

  • Widening of Falls of Neuse Road from Raven Ridge Road to Fonville Road
  • Construction of a median divided four lane roadway on 100 feet of right-of-way
  • A multi-use path in the east side as well as constructing a sidewalk along the west side.

Freedom Drive/ Rhyne Court Petition Project

Completed road

Type: Street Petition Project

Completed: March 2015

Freedom Drive

The project widened Freedom Drive from New Bern Avenue to the dead end with curb and gutter and installed sidewalk along one side of the street.

Rhyne Court

The project paved Rhyne Court and added curb and gutter to the street.

Jones Sausage Road Realignment & Rock Quarry Road Widening

Completed road

Type: Realignment and Widening

Completed: October 2013

Summary:

Rock Quarry Road

  • Widened the Rock Quarry Road to a five lane section with curbs, gutters and sidewalks on both sides of the roadway from west of Sunnybrook Road to East of New Hope Rd.
  • Two through lanes in each direction in addition to a center turn lane
  • Allowance for reversal of lanes while loading and unloading traffic for special events at the Walnut Creek Amphitheater
  • Outside travel lanes are wider to accommodate bicycle traffic along the corridor
  • Jones Sausage and New Hope Road intersections were combined into a single intersection
  • The existing bridge over Big Branch Creek was replaced with a seven lane bridge that will accommodate future widening of Rock Quarry Road

Jones Sausage Road

  • The project widened Jones Sausage Road to a four-lane divided section with a raised median from the existing interchange with I-40 to Auburn Church Road
  • Includes a grass depressed median East of Auburn Church Road that was realigned to the new intersection opposite of New Hope Road at Rock Quarry Road
  • A multi-cell reinforced box culvert was built across Big Branch Creek
  • Sidewalks are provided on the west side of the road
  • Outside travel lanes are wider to accommodate bicycle traffic

Juniper Court Petition Project

Type: Street Petition Project

Completed: March 2014

Constructed a 22 foot strip pavement street along the existing gravel road from Juniper St north to the cul-de-sac.

Kaplan Drive

Kaplan Drive Image

Type: Traffic Calming

Completed: Winter 2016

The project included the installation of traffic calming devices such as bump outs, raised medians, and a raised intersection along Kaplan Drive from Melbourne Drive to Kent Road.

Lake Wheeler Road

Completed road

Type: Pedestrian and Turn Lane Improvements

Completed: November 2013

Summary:

Proposed Pedestrian Improvements From Raleigh Oaks Shopping Center to Centennial Parkway

  • Installed pedestrian accommodations along west side of Lake Wheeler Road corridor
  • 5' asphalt path in shoulder/swale areas
  • 5' concrete sidewalk in curb and gutter areas

Proposed Intersection Improvements at Sierra Drive and Carolina Pines Avenue

  • Widened Lake Wheeler Road to include (2) through travel lanes (setup for future shared bicycle lanes) and a center left turn lane
  • Installed a shoulder/swale section with asphalt path behind swale
  • Installed curb and gutter section in tight corridors with 6' concrete sidewalk directly behind back of curb

Marvino Lane

Completed road

Type: Road Extension

Completed: Spring 2014

Summary: Extended Marvino Lane, a new 2-lane roadway with curb, gutter, and sidewalk from existing Marvino Ln to Glenwood Ave. The project also included pavement widening along Glenwood Avenue, including curb and gutter and sidewalk, as well as an eastbound left turn lane at the Marvino Lane intersection.

Norman Estates Way

Type: Street Petition Project

Completed: March 2014

Included installation of curb and gutter and storm drainage from Strickland Road to the end of the cul-de-sac.

Oak Forest Drive

Type: Road Extension

Completed: March 2014

Summary: Constructed a 41' B-B roadway with curb and gutter and sidewalks on both sides from Fox Road to Triangle Oaks Drive. A 12" waterline was also installed as part of the project.

Sanderford Road Widening

SanderfordRoad

Type: Street Petition Project

Completed: April 2014

This project included road widening, curb and gutter, and sidewalk along the east side of Sanderford Road, as well as resurfacing the existing roadway. The project cost of construction was approximately $545,000 and was a petition project funded by the City's Capital Improvement Program.

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