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2018 Bike/Ped Projects

TIP IDProject NameProject Description Sponsoring Agency
Managing AgencyProject LocationDesign PhaseDesign CostROW PhaseROW CostConstruction PhaseConstruction Cost
 Timber Drive Sidewalk ConnectorsDesign and construction of two segments of sidewalk connecting existing sidewalk segments along the south side of Timber Drive within existing right-of-way. These two segments comprise approximately 0.75 miles of new 6' wide sidewalk adjacent to the back of curb, including ADA ramps, striped thermoplastic crosswalks and ADA compliant tie-ins to driveway aprons. Identified as future projects "Timber 3" and "Timber 4" in the Garner Transportation Plan, this proposal also includes completion of pedestrian signals along the link adding one set of signals at Timber Drive and Thompson Road, and adding four sets of signals at Timber Drive and Vandora Springs Road. Garner Same as Sponsoring AgencyGarner$62,400.00$0.00$344,290.00
 Black Creek Greenway - Phase I & VProject will complete construction of a 1,300 linear foot gap in the Black Creek Greenway (from existing greenway to W Dynasty Drive), which will require construction of multiple bridges over Black Creek and a large retaining wall. Project will also include reconstruction of approximately 1 mile of existing trail to address flooding and maintenance issues, and to bring it up to current standards. Cary Same as Sponsoring AgencyCary$325,000.00$100,000.00$3,750,000.00
 Dunn Creek GreenwayThis project includes right-of-way and construction for a 1.53 mile greenway beginning at the northern terminus of Dunn Creek Greenway – Downtown Connector (EL-5100AE) and continuing north to Wildflower Ridge Road with a spur trail to Ailey Young Park and Seventh Street. Several Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) improvements will be added at Ailey Young Park to increase accessibility for children and veterans with disabilities; additional parking, accessible paths to the park facilities and wayfinding signage. To facilitate pedestrian access to the greenway, a 0.2 mile multi-use path with curb & gutter will be constructed along the north side of Wait Avenue (HWY 98 Business) from the greenway to terminus Priority Pedestrian Corridors (EL-5100AD) multi-use path adjacent to Traditions Grande Boulevard. Wake Forest Same as Sponsoring AgencyWake Forest$0.00$300,000.00$5,075,400.00
U-5530 GAPark - Depot Greenway TrailRight-of-way acquisition and construction of 1,870 linear feet of paved or boardwalk greenway trail from the existing Park-Depot Greenway Trail in the Town’s Old Honeycutt Park to the existing Park-Depot Greenway Trail in South Lakes Subdivision located on the east side of NC Highway 55 South Fuquay-Varina Same as Sponsoring AgencyFuquay-Varina$106,250.00$42,000.00$987,725.00
 Fuquay Downtown Dog Park Greenway Trail and Sidewalk ImprovementsProject consist of Planning/Design/NEPA, Right-of-Way Acquisition and Construction of 1,105 linear feet of greenway trail from the Town’s Mineral Springs Park to the Town’s Downtown Dog Park and 1,120 linear of pedestrian sidewalk along Depot Street from the Town’s Downtown Dog Park to the existing sidewalk/ streetscape improvements at the intersection of Depot Street and Spring St that is located at the western edge of the Fuquay Central Business District. Fuquay-Varina Same as Sponsoring AgencyFuquay-Varina$52,476.00$20,000.00$364,895.00
 E Young St SidewalkThe proposed project consists of an approximate 0.35 mile segment of sidewalk to be constructed within the existing Right-of-Way. The sidewalk segment will connect an existing 178 lot subdivision and downtown Rolesville with Rolesville High School, to be built along E Young Street and crossing over Louisburg Road. Design and ROW acquisition have not been completed, however this application is only requesting construction funds. The Town is currently working with NCDOT to complete design and ROW, with design targeted to be completed around the time of the allocation of LAPP funds next spring. Rolesville Same as Sponsoring AgencyRolesville$0.00$0.00$700,000.00
 Blue Ridge Road Bike/Ped ImprovementsBuild sidewalks and bike facilities along Blue Ridge Road, including a new bridge over Wade Avenue. Raleigh Same as Sponsoring AgencyRaleigh$500,000.00$810,000.00$3,800,000.00
 Middle Creek GreenwayProject consist of Design and Right of Way acquisition for 1 mile of the Middle Creek Greenway from NC 55 Main St and under the NC55 Bypass and along Little Branch to a near by mixed use and residential development Holly Springs Same as Sponsoring AgencyHolly Springs$300,000.00$150,000.00$900,000.00
 James Street to Downtown Apex Pedestrian ProjectsThe James Street to Downtown Apex Pedestrian Projects will complete a pedestrian route from south of James Street to the heart of downtown Apex and will improve pedestrian infrastructure along the Town’s historic main street. The project includes new sidewalk, sidewalk repairs, ramp upgrades, and crossing improvements as follows: (1) Complete construction of approximately 3,100 linear-feet of 5-foot sidewalk along Markham Street, E Moore Street, James Street, Wrenn Street, and N Salem Street; (2) Upgrade ramps at Hunter Street and N Salem Street, Culvert Street and N Mason Street, E Chatham Street and N Mason Street, E Chatham Street and N Hughes Street, Olive Street and N Hughes Street, E Moore Street and N Hughes Street, and E Moore Street and S Ellington Street; (3) Install push-button pedestrian signal across Center Street at N Salem Street; (4) Add a high-visibility crosswalk with median refuge and signs across Salem Street in the vicinity of Thompson Street; (5) Install push-button pedestrian signals for all approaches at the intersection of N Salem Street and Chatham Street; and (6) Install Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon for existing high-visibility crossing of N Salem Street at Saunders Street. Apex Same as Sponsoring AgencyApex$0.00$0.00$570,000.00
 Mingo Creek Greenway ExtensionProject comprises of land acquisition and construction of a 10-foot wide multi-use asphalt path. Listed in the Town's Comprehensive Pedestrian Plan, CAMPO's Northeast Area Study, and Wake County's Draft Greenway Plan, this project will tie into the existing Mingo Creek Greenway Trail near Mingo Creek Park, continue approximately 1.3 miles, and terminate at Knightdale Station Park. A majority of the trail will traverse along the Mingo Creek Basin near a Duke Progress Transmission Line Easement. The trail alignment would also include a pedestrian crossing on Smithfield Road between Carrington Drive and McKnight Drive. Knightdale Same as Sponsoring AgencyKnightdale$0.00$372,000.00$2,200,000.00