Project will install a 10-foot asphalt path that connects Park South Drive to Park Road. This will include two pedestrian signals.
The DeArmon Rd Improvements Project is part of the City of Charlotte’s Prosperity Village CNIP. The project will complete the infrastructure needs in the neighborhood by providing buffered bicycle lanes, median/turning lane, storm drainage, curb & gutter, sidewalk and a greenway passage beneath DeArmon Rd for the future extension of Clark’s Creek Greenway.
This project will improve Kilborne Drive from the Eastway Drive intersection to just South of Havenwood Road. Improvements include painted buffered bike lanes, sidewalk, ped crossing medians, traffic calming and street trees. Project connects to the Central/Kilborne/Norland project South of Havenwood Road. (Project length= 0.9 miles)
This project will construct sidewalk along the south side of Pleasant Grove Road from Hipp Road to Oakdale Elementary School.
Construction of a roundabout at the Shade Valley Road/ Oakhurst Commons Drive intersection and installing a 10 to 12 ft. concrete multi-use path along Monroe Road. Amenities include: sidewalk curb & gutter, planting strips, accessible ramps truck apron, pedestrian refuge islands, and a sand filter stormwater detention pond.
This project will install sidewalk along the west side of Sharon Road from Bramwyck Drive to Chandworth Road.
This project will incorporate pedestrian, bicycle and bridge improvements on Matheson Avenue from North Tryon Street to Jordan Place. The project will include a westbound one-way bicycle path along the north side of Matheson Avenue and a two- way bicycle path and sidewalk along the south side. Both sides will include a three-foot buffer between the bicycle paths and the road.
Streetscape improvements that include sidewalk, slope grading work and installation of a soil nail retaining wall on 16th Street adjacent to the Norfolk Southern parcel, at the northeast corner of N. Tryon Street and 16th Street intersection.
Work performed under this contract will consist of storm water infrastructure repair and improvement projects within the city limits of Charlotte, NC. Work will involve mobilization, earthwork, drainage structures, storm drain pipe systems, channels, working over, under, near, and around existing private utilities asphalt paving, concrete flatwork, and landscaping and any associated work required by the Engineer. Other work may include structural foundation protection, storm water pipe lining, storm water pipe joint and structure repair, water and sewer (relocations, installations and adjustments). Storm Water maintenance work may be located entirely within or a combination of the street right-of-way, private, residential and commercial properties.