This project involves the design of sidewalks and bicycle facilities on Carpenter-Fletcher Road from Woodcroft Parkway to Alston Avenue. The total length is 0.75 miles and the design project budget is $489,851. The improvements include sidewalks and bicycle facilities. Functional designs for the project were completed in 2014 and can be accessed using the below link under Functional Designs. Functional Designs are preliminary designs used for public comment and determining permit needs. Final designs are now underway and will be added to this web site when available.
Anticipated Design Completion: February 2019
Anticipated Right-of-Way Completion: October 2019
Anticipated Bid Advertisement: February 2020
Anticipated Construction Start: July 2020
Anticipated Construction Completion: August 2021
SEPI Engineering of Raleigh, NC has been hired as the design firm to prepare plans, obtain permits, and hold informational meetings with stakeholders. They began data collection in August 2017 and currently are in the 65% design phase of the project. The first community input meeting was 03/27/2018. The second and final community input meeting was held Tuesday night December 4, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the Durham County South Regional Library (left-side meeting room), located at 4505 S. Alston Ave. Residents were able to review the 65 percent design plans showing right-of-way, temporary, and permanent easements; ask questions of Public Works staff; and provided input before the department completes the final design plans. Currently SEPI is working on revising the 65% plans.