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Scaleybark Road Traffic Calming Study
The City of Charlotte Department of Transportation is conducting a traffic calming study along Scaleybark Road. The study limits are between Conway Avenue and East Woodlawn Road.  The purpose of the study is to develop a traffic calming plan for the corridor, which will slow traffic and improve the corridor for residents, pedestrians and cyclists.  The plan will be primarily based on feedback received from area residents and other corridor stakeholders.

To maximize neighbors’ ability to provide input and be involved in the overall planning process, the City held a series of presentations and public open houses in early August.
Scaleybark Road near Collinswood Elementary School
The first formal presentation included the following:
  • Project overview
  • Traffic calming principles as they relate to Scaleybark Road
  • Next steps and overview of the four-day process
  • Comments, questions and answers

The closing presentation included the following:

  • Project overview and process to date
  • Design ideas from the workshops
  • Overall traffic calming strategy for Scaleybark
  • Comments, questions and answers
  • Next steps 

View the closing presentation and Concept Plan.

The success of the project is dependent on neighborhood involvement.  Thank you for your input!

If you have any questions, please contact:
Imad Fakhreddin, Engineering Project Manager, 704-336-7926
Bernadette Cloninger, Charlotte Department of Transportation, 704-432-2674