The City of Raleigh is conducting a study to determine how to improve the safety, walkability, and connectivity of the Five Points neighborhood.
What's new with the Five Points Streetscape project?
- City staff and the consultant team held an interdepartmental and interagency coordination meeting in late August.
- There is a more detailed analysis of crashes, vehicle travel conditions, curbside parking, as well as pedestrian and cycling conditions.
- The team conducted short interviews with small groups of stakeholders with shared interests (e.g., businesses, faith-based institutions, schools, neighborhood stakeholders, commercial property owners) on August 31 and will be attending the Five Points CAC meeting on September 12 at 7 p.m.. The input will help inform future intersection concept alternatives.
Save the Date! Public Open House
A public open house will be held on October 6, from 4:30 - 7:30 p.m.. Drop in for an overview of the project to date, to view and comment on a range of intersection concepts, and to share your priorities.
Five Points Streetscape & Safety Study Public Open House
Thursday, October 6
Five Points Center for Active Adults
2000 Noble Road, Raleigh
4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Ride to meeting for FREE!
- You can take GoRaleigh #2 Route
- Buses run every 30 minutes from Glenwood to the Five Points Center until 7 p.m.
- Buses run from the venue to Glenwood until 8 p.m.
Visit goraleigh.org for maps and schedules!
- Project Lead:
Kittelson & Associates