Ebenezer Church Road, shows goat path


Lumley-Westgate-Ebenezer Church Roads Bicycle ­& Pedestrian Project

We are dedicated to improving bicycle and pedestrian connectivity in Raleigh.

The proposed project will provide a continuous bicycle path between Brier Creek and Umstead Park, using Lumley Road, Westgate Road, Ebenezer Church Road, and Graylyn Drive. 

We will complete the project in two phases.

Phase I:  Includes Ebenezer Church Road and Graylyn Drive from Westgate Road to Umstead State Park.

Phase II: Includes Lumley Road and Westgate Road from Brier Creek Parkway to Leesville Road. 

Project Details

Bicycle and Pedestrian
$3.4 Million
Project Lead:
Roadway Design & Construction
Stewart Engineering



Comment Form

Lead Department:
Engineering Services
Participating Department:
TransportationPlanning and DevelopmentParks, Recreation and Cultural Resources
Service Unit:
Roadway Design and Construction



This project supports

Raleigh's Climate Plan in Action


The team is completing the design for both phases of the project. However, construction of the project is on hold until the next transportation bond.  

Lead Department:
Engineering Services


Phase details coming soon.

Lead Department:
Engineering Services


Phase details coming soon.

Lead Department:
Engineering Services


Date Activity
Feb. 20, 2018 Preliminary Plans Public Meeting (25% plan)
Aug. 15, 2018 Design Plan Public Meeting (65% Plan)
Winter 2020 City Council Presentation
Pending Complete Right of Way and Easement Acquisition
Pending Award Construction Contract
Pending Project Completion


In 2009, the City of Raleigh adopted a Comprehensive Bicycle Plan that identifies existing bicycle needs and deficiencies, recommends more than 440 miles of new bicycle infrastructure, and provides a program of action for addressing the immediate and long-term needs for bicyclists and bicycle facilities.

The Comprehensive Pedestrian Plan was adopted by City Council on Jan. 2, 2013. The Pedestrian Plan provides strategies for enhancing Raleigh's transportation system to promote walkability throughout the City. The plan assesses the existing facilities, policies, plans, and programs that affect pedestrian mobility and provides recommendations for improvements.