- To support and respond to growth in the North Transit Corridor
- Provide community connectivity by providing sidewalks and bicycle facilities
- To provide an alternate route to I-77 (Statesville Road)
- Reduce congestion and improve safety
Cost: $30,675,000 (includes water transmission line and water main installation)
Please note that this figure includes all costs associated with the project such as planning and design, acquiring the right of way, utility relocation, consultant fee, construction, and landscaping.
The Engineering & Property Management (E&PM) project team will manage the Statesville Road Widening project through the stages listed below. Specific work is conducted during each stage with an emphasis on public involvement during the planning and design phases. Click here
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Public meetings held:
March 29, 2001
September 20, 2001
Click on the link below to view a typical roadway design: Planning and Design Phase (Complete)
City staff worked with Mulkey Engineers Consulting to plan and design the improvements to Statesville Road. These plans were based on safety, cost, benefits, traffic analysis and a public involvement process that allowed citizens and nearby businesses to provide input at two public meetings.
Real Estate Phase (Complete)
The City's Real Estate staff worked with citizens and businesses to acquire right of way and property easements needed for construction work.
Utility Relocation started in February 2011
Bid Phase (Complete)
During the bid phase, final specifications and special provisions will be prepared and quantities of material will be determined. The City of Charlotte follows the North Carolina state regulations and selects the lowest, responsible bidder.
Construction Phase (Began July 9, 2012)
E&PM staff will work closely with the contractor and property owners to ensure right of way agreements are followed.