Woodcroft Parkway Extension Project
Project Overview and Background
The City of Durham is extending Woodcroft Parkway west from its current terminus at Hope Valley Road (NC 751) to a new intersection with Garrett Road, in front of C.E Jordan High School. The project will reduce traffic congestion at the intersection of Garrett Road and Hope Valley Road, and provide a safer multi-modal connection between C.E. Jordan High School and surrounding neighborhoods.
This project is currently on hold due to coordination with NCDOT funding. Timelines below are subject to change.
Needs to be addressed:
- Traffic congestion and delays at the existing intersection of NC 751 (Hope Valley Road) with Garrett Road
- Safe and convenient access to Jordan HS and to nearby neighborhoods for those who drive, walk, bike or ride the bus
Key Project Dates
- Public Meeting 1 (Virtual): May 20 - July 5, 2020
- Public Meeting 2: TBD
- Alternative Selection: TBD
- Public Meeting 3: TBD
- Begin Right of Way Acquisition: TBD
- Estimated. Construction Start: TBD
- Estimated. Construction Completion: TBD
Project Status - Design Phase - Alternative concepts are being developed and environmental surveys are currently being conducted. This project is currently on hold due to coordination with NCDOT funding. Timelines are subject to change.
Project Alternatives - Alternative concepts for the project will be available on this website as the project progresses.
A series of public meetings will be held during the Design phase of the project. The public is invited to attend the meetings and provide feedback on the project via an online survey. Please see below for current and upcoming opportunities to provide input:
Virtual Open House and Comment Period
We invite you to participate in the Woodcroft Parkway Extension Project Virtual Open House. This meeting will introduce the project and proposed design concepts for the road extension. The meeting is now live on the Woodcroft Parkway Extension Project site, where you will have the opportunity to ask questions and to provide your input. Also included on the site is the project survey, where you can provide your opinion on the proposed concepts.
Community Meeting #2
The second community meeting will take place after the development of design concepts. The public will be invited to provide input on proposed alternatives. Public comments will be used in the selection of the preferred alternative for the project following this meeting.
Community Meeting #3
The third community meeting will take place after the development of the final design. The public will be invited to provide final input on the project’s design concept and to ask questions and receive information regarding the right of way acquisition and construction phases of the project. Public comments will be considered in the completion of the project designs following this meeting.
You can stay updated on the project by signing up for project updates. You can also follow the City of Durham on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and the Transportation Department on Twitter.
Contact Brian Taylor at email@example.com or call 919-560-4366 ext. 36423 for general questions about the project.