Home
About E&PM
Projects
Resources
Services
Print this PageSite Feedback
W.T. Harris & Milton Road Intersection
 

W.T. Harris / Milton Road
This 2007 State Grant and Pedestrian Safety project will create a safer intersection.

What's happened?
City staff is working to plan the project.  Plans are based on safety, cost, benefits, traffic analysis and a comprehensive public involvement process (see below for details). The planning phase is near completion. 

What's next? The field survey data is being gathered as part of the design phase.

Who to contact? Jonathan Sossamon, 704-432-0406.

Funded by 2007 State Grant and City Pedestrian Safety Program

This transportation project will improve safety and traffic operations at the W.T. Harris/Milton Road intersection through signalization and channelization. It will also provide a safer crossing for pedestrians.

Objectives:

  • Reduce congestion
  • Improve safety for all modes of travel, including bicycles and pedestrians

The vicinity map (below) includes the mailing list locations. If your street is not included in the vicinity map and you'd like to be added to the mailing list, please contact the Project Manager Jonathan Sossamon at (704) 432-0406.

map of W T Harris and Milton project

Cost:  $200,000
Please note that this figure is for the Planning Phase only.  At the end of the Planning Phase, the scope of work will be defined along with a budget for the entire project.

The Engineering & Property Management (E&PM) project team will manage the W.T. Harris Boulevard/Milton Road Intersection Project through a four stage process. Click here to learn how City projects are selected, designed and built. 

Details from the Planning Phase and its public involvement process:
The City's In-House Planning and Design Group has worked with CDOT Staff to present concept plans to the public. These plans were discussed at the public meetings. A final design will be generated at the conclusion of the Planning Phase based on safety, cost, benefits, traffic analysis and the public involvement process.

Public Meeting information:
-  August 28, 2007 (click here to view questions and concerns from this public meeting)

The Real Estate, Bid and Construction phases will be completed once funding is available.

Project Contacts:

Jonathan Sossamon , Project Manager, 704-432-0406
Tom Sorrentino, Transportation Project Manager, 704-336-3934