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Annual Street Resurfacing with Bicycle Markings

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Schedule Resurfacing Streets Recommended for Bicycle Markings

The City of Raleigh and the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) resurface City streets that have pavement in poor condition on an annual basis. In addition to improving the condition of the pavement, resurfacing projects improve sidewalk ramps, crosswalks, and curbs. They also provide the City of Raleigh the opportunity to update street configurations to match the Comprehensive Plan (adopted by City Council in October of 2009) and the BikeRaleigh Plan (adopted by City Council in May of 2016).


April Resurfacing starts
October Resurfacing ends

Resurfacing Streets Recommended for Bicycle Markings

The streets listed below have been approved for resurfacing in 2020 and are recommended for bicycle markings.

Street From To
Delta Lake Drive Duraleigh Road Poyner Road
Hardimont Road Colby Drive Wake Forest Road
Industrial Drive Front Street road dead ends
Kelway Drive Wakefield Pines Wakefield Plantation Drive
Poole Road New Bern Avenue Raleigh Boulevard

To implement the recommendations of the City’s plans, 5 streets on the preliminary 2020 resurfacing list are candidates for bicycle markings, which may reduce the availability of on-street parking. Please review the proposed plans and provide your input by completing the below survey. You can comment on as many or as few of the streets as you'd like, no matter where you live. Specifically, we'd like to know:

* Will the proposed bike marking plan impact you?  If so, will it be a positive or negative change?  Please describe.
* What changes would you recommend to the existing configuration, if any? 

Take the survey!



Paul Black
Bicycle & Pedestrian Program Manager

Office: 919.996.2476

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