Rea Road Widening (I-485 to Williams Pond Lane)

The purpose of this project is to increase capacity along Rea Road. Capacity will be increased by utilizing the right turn lane drops and median to develop an additional NB and SB through lane along Rea Road between the I-485 ramps and Williams Pond Lane. This project will also result in increased turn lane capacity and intersection improvements at Piper Station Drive and Ballantyne Commons Parkway. Pedestrian safety and mobility will be improved by providing sidewalks on both sides of Rea Road. Other specific improvements include: curb and gutter, accessible ramps, and driveways.

Miranda Road Firehouse 46

A new infill firehouse will be designed and constructed at 4032 Miranda Road to alleviate high call volumes and meet response time standards in the area. The firehouse will reflect the design of Firehouse #45, a 3-bay, 2-story firehouse programmed for approximately 14,600 square feet. The proposed facility will be located at the corner of Beatties Ford Road. Parcel #03741123 is approximately 6.54 acres. This location and site selection meets the City of Charlotte Policy for Sustainable City Facilities and Charlotte Fire Department Facilities Master Plan.

River District Firehouse – Phase 1

Scope Statement: CFD plans to build a temporary firehouse for the newly developed River District to manage response volumes in the area. The firehouse will be located on Dixie River Road, near the future Catawba Crossing, on parcel number 14128101.

The Phase 1 facility will be (1) triple wide trailer to house the firemen and a pre-engineered building to serve as an apparatus bay to house the fire engine and emergency equipment.

This location and site selection meets the City of Charlotte Policy for Sustainable City Facilities and Charlotte Fire Department Facilities Master Plan.

University City Blvd Pedestrian Crossings

This Project will install 270 LF of proposed 12′ wide multi-use-path, curb ramps, crosswalks across NC 49, Pedestrian concrete island, milling/resurfacing, storm drainage and pedestrian hybrid beacon with mast arms near the intersection of University Blvd and Mark Twain Road. This project will also install pedestrian crossings, wheelchair ramps, traffic signals milling/resurfacing and storm drainage system at the intersection of University City Blvd and Suther Rd.91347

Sardis Road North Sidewalk

This project will provide new sidewalk along Sardis Road North from Sardis Road to westernmost intersection of Rittenhouse Circle and Sardis Road North. Project length = 0.5 miles.

This project will include the following:
6′ Sidewalk
8′ Planting Strips
2′-6″ Curb and Gutter
Street Trees
Concrete Ped Refuge Island (between Kilcullen Dr. and Rittenhouse Circle)
Concrete Bus waiting pads
Retaining Walls
Curb Ramps
Storm Drainage

7th Street Parallel Bike Routes

This project will build bike facilities in several different locations throughout the Elizabeth neighborhood to create safer conditions and improve ease of travel for cyclists and pedestrians, including approximately 2.1 miles of sharrows, modernization of two existing rectangular rapid flashing beacons, replacement of 10 wheelchair ramps, a new pedestrian crossing at Pecan Avenue and Shenandoah Avenue, implementation of new bike detection cameras, a new full traffic signal at Bascom Street and 7th Street, and a curb extension located at the intersection of Pecan Avenue and 8th Street.

Remount Road and West Boulevard Intersection Improvements

The project consists of intersection improvements at Remount Rd and West Blvd including sidewalks, curb and gutter, decorative pavers, bus shelters with amenities, pedestrian-scale lighting, crosswalks, curb ramps, pedestrian crossing signalization, and landscaping.

Margaret Wallace Road Sidewalk (Summerfield Ridge Lane to Marshbrooke Road)

This project will install a 6′ concrete sidewalk, 8′ planting strip, concrete curb ramps, Pedestrian Refuge Island, concrete driveways, 2′-6″ concrete curb and gutter, storm drainage systems, and street trees along Margaret Wallace Road from Summerfield Ridge Lane to Marshbrooke Road. The project length is 1,900 LF/0.40 miles.