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The project logo Six Forks Road Improvement Project

The project logo Six Forks Road Improvement Project

This project is a result of the Six Forks Corridor Study Report and the Comprehensive Plan amendments CP-5-17 that were unanimously approved by Raleigh City Council on June 5, 2018.
The proposed improvements to Six Forks Road will address infrastructure improvements to the corridor between Rowan Street and Lynn Road, identified as phase 1 in the study report.

Project highlights include:

  • Widening road to accommodate three lanes of travel in each direction with a planted median;
  • Separated bike lane and sidewalks on each side of the road;
  • Signal improvements and protected intersections for cyclists and pedestrians;
  • Transit stops;
  • Green stormwater infrastructure;
  • Landscaping and other amenities.

During the corridor design, there will be multiple opportunities for public input.

Six Forks Road Rendering

Six Forks Road Improvement Project - Pre-Design Touchpoint

We are starting the design phase for the Six Forks Road Improvement Project between Rowan Street and Lynn Road, and we want to know how you use the corridor.  Please take a few minutes to tell...