This project will replace the signalized intersection of Tuckaseegee/Thrift/Berryhill with a roundabout.
Peachtree Hills Sidewalk
This project will install sidewalk within the Peachtree Hills area in three (3) locations. The proposed sidewalk will be located along Peachtree Road from Oakdale Road to Crandon Drive, along the northeast side of Beam Lake Drive from Peachtree Road to an existing sidewalk connection 800ft east, and along the south side of Oak Drive from Oakdale Road to an existing sidewalk connection 0.25 miles east.
Sidewalk Gaps and Ramps
This project will be construct various small sidewalk and ramp improvements throughout the City of Charlotte.
Ashley Road Sidewalk
This project will construct sidewalk along the east side of Ashley Rd from Greenland Ave. to Alleghany St. The scope for this project will include an 8’ planting strip where feasible and 6’ sidewalk, driveway improvements, wheelchair ramps and minor curb adjustments to eliminate pinch points for bike lanes.
South End Rail Trail I-277 Bridge
Contract to plan and design ped bridge over I-277
Bryant Farms Sidewalk
“construction contract for sidewalk project sidewalk along Bryant Farms Road between Hawk Ridge Elementary School and Elm Lane. The total project length is approx. 1.02 miles
XCLT – Brandywine to Tyvola
The scope and purpose of this project is to complete the City’s 1.5-mile segment of the Cross-Charlotte Trail from the southern end of the existing greenway north of Brandywine Rd to where the County’s new segment begins on the north side of Tyvola Rd.
Rozzelles Ferry Pedscape
This project will provide new pedestrian refuge medians, new sidewalk, new wheelchair ramps, landscaping with street trees, drainage improvements, and street resurfacing. Project length is 0.706 Miles.
The project limits are from N. Davidson to N. Brevard and will connect 25th Street over Little Sugar Creek via a bridge. It will add curb, gutter, sidewalk, planting strips, street lights, street trees, These improvements will improve accessibility for pedestrians and bicyclists, and by providing vehicular connections to the 25th Street Station.