|For more information, please contact the Engineering and Public Works Department at 704-766-2220|
|2021 Resurfacing Town Roads|
The Town has awarded the road resurfacing contract and construction completion is anticipated in summer 2021. The Town would like to thank the residents for their patience and cooperation.
|I-77 Interchange at Exit 23 and US 21 (Statesville Road) at Gilead Road Intersection|
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) is looking to begin construction on the Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) over I-77 at exit 23 Gilead Road in late 2020. The addition of a bridge over I-77 is the first part of constructing the DDI. The US21 and Gilead Road intersection will become a superstreet with restricted left turns, which will allow through traffic to move more efficiently to and from I-77. The US21 project will also connect smaller streets such as Dallas Street, Hillcrest Drive and Commerce Center Drive to US21. This project is currently in utility coordination.
|Downtown Main Street Upgrades|
|The Main Street Upgrades project includes new roundabouts at the North and South ends of Main Street. The Town has completed the property acquisition stage and is currently coordinating the relocation of utilities. The construction phase is currently suspended due to NCDOT budget shortfalls. For an overall view of the new Main Street click HERE.
|Patterson Road Extension North|
|This project consists of extending Patterson Road to the North to intersect with Vanstory Drive and improve connectivity in the area. The roadway plans are complete and the Town is currently working on the property acquisition phase of the project.
|Beatties Ford at Hambright Intersection Improvements|
The objective of this project is to improve the traffic movement at the intersection of Beatties Ford Road and Hambright Road. The proposed scope includes the addition of left and right turn lanes at the intersection. Roadway plans are currently in progress.
|Ranson Road Improvements from Stumptown to Huntson Reserve|
|The improvements to this section of Ranson Road will include widening the roadway section between Huntson Reserve Road and Stumptown Road to include 3 lanes with sidewalks and bike lanes on both sides. Improvements for turning movements and pedestrian crossings are also proposed at the intersection of Stumptown and Ranson. Roadway plans are currently in progress.
|Huntington Green Community Sidewalk|
|The Town applied for, and was granted, federal funding for sidewalk design and construction. The project will provide sidewalks for improved pedestrian movement along McCoy Road (SR 2138) and Hambright Road (SR 2117) which will consist of approximately 2,300 and 3,900 linear feet of sidewalk, respectively. The Town has selected the engineering consultant and design is underway.
|Stumptown Road Extension|
|This project consists of connecting Stumptown Road from N. Old Statesville Road (US115) eastward to Aberfield Road as well as extending Seagle Street to the north from Hord Drive to the proposed Stumptown Road alignment. The proposed road section consists of two lanes with sidewalk and bike lane(s). The specific project scope and conceptual plans are in development and the Town is currently coordinating railroad permitting and the environmental study.
|Gibson Park Drive Phase 2|
|The proposed improvements to this portion of Gibson Park Drive between S. Church Street and Drake Hill Drive include widening the roadway section to include a 2-lane roadway with curb and gutter and sidewalk(s). Engineering design is underway.
|Seagle Street & Fourth Street Improvements|
|As part of improving Huntersville’s downtown area, the Town desires to upgrade both Seagle Street and Fourth Street to 2-lane roadways with curb and gutter and sidewalk. Fourth Street will be improved from Seagle Street to Glendale Drive with the remaining section being upgraded as part of the Main Street project. Seagle Street improvements will include the section between Ramah Church Road and Fourth Street. Engineering design is underway.|
|Beatties Ford Road at McCoy Road Intersection Improvements|
|This proposed project consists of reconfiguring the 5-legged intersection of Beatties Ford Road, McCoy Road, Broadway Street and Overhill Road to improve traffic movements and safety. Several design alternatives will be evaluated to determine the best option considering feasibility, existing utilities, and impacts on stakeholders. Preliminary engineering design is underway.
|Beatties Ford Road at Gilead Road Intersection Improvements|
|The Town desires to improve this intersection by adding capacity at the intersection to address safety and increased traffic volumes. Preliminary engineering design is underway.
|David Kenney Farm Road Connection|
|The proposed project scope includes extending David Kenney Farm Road to intersect Birkdale Commons Parkway and align with Devenshire Drive as a way of adding connectivity to the area for both vehicle traffic and pedestrians. Preliminary engineering design concepts are underway.
|Holbrook Street Extension|
|The Holbrook Street Extension project will extend west from Pinewood Drive to Dallas Street. This extension of the road will tie into Marguerite Lane and allow access to the Aldi’s plaza. Property acquisition has been completed and construction is anticipated to start in 2021. An illustration of can be found HERE.|
|Gibson Park Drive|
|The objective of this project is to provide a safer street for motorists and pedestrians between US115 (Old Statesville) and Main Street. The Town will widen Gibson Park Drive to two (2) lanes with curb and gutter, and add a sidewalk on the north side. Property acquisition has been completed and construction is underway|
|Vance Road Extension at Bud Henderson Road|
|The Town of Huntersville desires to provide capacity improvements to Vance Road between Gilead Road and Old Bud Henderson Road. The project will extend and realign Vance Road on the north side. New turn lanes and a traffic signal will improve the traffic flow from Gilead Road to Bud Henderson. The overall concept layout can be viewed here: Preliminary Plan. 65% plans are nearing completion and property acquisition is underway.|
|Gilead Road West (McCoy to Wynfield Creek)|
|The improvements to this segment of Gilead Road will include the widening of the existing two-lane section to a four-lane median-divided section. The new cross section will include two (2) vehicular lanes, one (1) bicycle lane and one (1) sidewalk in each direction with median/turn lanes at each intersection. Construction Plans are in development. Click here for the overall plan concept.|
|This project consists of extending Ferrelltown Parkway from Keyes Meadow Way northward to intersect with Ramah Church Road. Turn lanes on Ramah Church Road will also be added as part of this project to accommodate turning movements onto Ferrelltown Parkway. Roadway design is underway.|
|McCoy at Hambright|
|The Town desires to provide vehicular capacity improvements and provisions for all modes of travel at the intersection of McCoy Road and Hambright Road. The current four-way stop intersection will be evaluated and alternative design recommendations, such as added turn lanes or a roundabout, will be considered. Preliminary analysis and design are underway.|
|McCoy at McIlwaine|
This project consists of improving the intersection of McCoy Road and McIlwaine Road to better accommodate vehicular and pedestrian movements. The current four-way stop intersection will be evaluated and alternative design recommendations, such as added turn lanes or a roundabout, will be considered. Preliminary analysis and design are underway.
|The improvements to the existing roundabout and approach legs at Arohova Drive and Boulder Park Drive include redesigning and reconstructing the roundabout to better accommodate commercial vehicles. Engineering design has been completed and construction will be coordinated with the US21/Gilead Road improvement project.|
There are currently no safety projects planned or in progress.
|Torrence Creek Stream Restoration||The Town of Huntersville is working in coordination with Mecklenburg County to complete stream restoration and water quality improvements on Torrence Creek. More information about this stream restoration can be found on the City of Charlotte website.|