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Tuckaseegee/Berryhill/Thrift Business Corridor Roundabout Project

Tuckaseegee/Berryhill/Thrift Project

This project will make streetscape improvements and install a roundabout to replace the 5-legged intersection at Tuckaseegee, Berryhill and Thrift streets.

What's happened? Two public meetings were held. Input was gained from citizens and businesses near the project area. The design phase is 70 percent complete.

What's next? Meeting with the McColl Center and Arts & Science Council to explore environmental art options for the roundabout center island.

Who to contact?  Alan Morrison, P.E.,

​This project will provide infrastructure improvements that support redevelopment along Tuckaseegee, Berryhill and Thrift streets.  Improvements being considered include crosswalks, new sidewalk, planting strips, planted splitter islands, landscaping, decorative lighting, bike lanes and utility relocation.

Additional goals of the project:

  • Improve safety
  • Reduce vehicle idling time at the intersection
  • Improve air quality
  • Provide opportunities for street tree planting while protecting and incorporating existing trees.
  • Provide opportunities for decorative lighting on both sides of the street.

The project limits are the 5-legged intersection of Tuckaseegee/Berryhill/Thrift.

Click here to view the design concept.

Cost: $3,460,000
Please note this is the funding amount and includes all costs associated with the project such as planning and design, acquiring the right of way, utility relocation, consultant fees, construction, signalization, permits and landscaping.  Additional funding may be identified after the planning phase.

The Engineering & Property Management (E&PM) project team will manage the project through a four stage process. Click here to learn how City projects are selected, designed and built.

Project Contacts:
Jack Fulghum, E&PM Project Manager, 704-336-3646
Kent Main, Planning Commission, 704-336-3862
Felix Obregon​, Charlotte Department of Transportation, 704-432-5729