Project Types CIP Projects Petition Projects Traffic Calming Projects Bike and Ped Projects Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Projects Complete Streets Projects
Roadway and sidewalk projects improve Raleigh’s transportation network, creating public spaces that can be utilized by all modes of transportation.
Capital Improvement Program (CIP): An element in the City’s long-term planning process, linking the City’s Comprehensive Plan with short-term planning for infrastructure and operations.
Petition: The people of Raleigh can petition the City to bring non-standard streets up to the City’s standards by adding curb and gutter, pavement, and install sidewalks on neighborhood streets.
Traffic Calming: A Raleigh neighborhood can request a traffic calming project when there is a consistent problem with speeding.
Bike and Pedestrian: Implementation of project identified in the 2016 BikeRaleigh Plan.
Bus Rapid Transit (BRT): Implementation of new infrastructure related to the Wake Bus Rapid Transit coming to the region.
Complete Streets: Projects that improve safety, access, mobility, and connectivity of existing streets for all users.
|Project Name||Project Type||Status of Project|
|Carolina Pines||Roadway||Design & ROW|
|Marsh Creek and Trawick Rd||Roadway||Design|
|Old Wake Forest & Dixie Forest Roads||Roadway||Design & ROW|
|Lake Boone Trail Safety Improvements||Roadway||Pre-Design|
|Blue Ridge Road||Roadway||Design & ROW|
|Project Name||Project Type||Project Phase|
|Old Deer Trail||Sidewalk||Construction|
Traffic Calming Projects
|Cross Link Road||Major||Construction|
|Y Street||Speed bumps||Design|
|X Street||Speed bumps||Construction|
Bike and Ped Projects
Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Projects
|New Bern Avenue||Design|
Complete Streets Projects