Sorry Chatham County. No road for you

Chatham County, NC – Here is a list of NC Department of Transportation projects slated for Chatham County that did not rank high enough to receive funding. This information was pulled from the NC DOT website.

NC DOT Road ConstructionCHATHAM,   (US 15-501),   Pittsboro, NC 87 To US 64, 2 lanes on New Location (multi-lane ROW).  This route is shown on the 1996 Chatham County Thoroughfare Plan as a  rural principal arterial highway.   $33,300,000   This project did not rank high enough to merit a portion of the limited funding available for the area.CHATHAM,   (NEW ROUTE),   SR 1100 (Airport Road) / SR 1181 (Gilliand Road) TO SR 1107 (West 3rd Street) / SR 1362 (Piney Grove Church Road) / SR 1006 (Old US 421) – Widen Roadway.  SR 1107 (West 3rd Street) To SR 1006 (Old US 421) – New Location   $14,800,000   Of the 1100 projects considered, this project did not rank high enough to receive funding.

CHATHAM,   (NEW ROUTE),   Siler City Inner Loop from SR 2113 (South Chatham Avenue) at College Street & to Cross School Road & from Sunrise Place to US 64 (East 11th Street) – Two Lanes on New Location (multi-lane ROW).   $8,100,000   Of the 1100 projects considered, this project did not rank high enough to receive funding.

CHATHAM,   (NC 87),   Improve NC 902 North To The Alamance County Line from South of US 64 to North of US 64.  Widen And Replace Bridge No. 61.  TARPO Local Priority PITTSBORO-3 and CHATHAM-3.   $18,106,000   This project did not rank high enough to merit a portion of the limited funding available for the area.

CHATHAM,   (US 15-501),   New Signalized Intersection at Park Drive and US 15-501 in Pittsboro.  This is a Statewide Strategic Highway Corridor until the Pittsboro Bypass (R-2628) is completed.  US 15-501 was shown as a major thoroughfare in the 1972 Pittsboro Thoroughfare Plan.   $360,000   This project will be considered for special funding sources that focus on improving road safety.

CHATHAM,   (Alton King Road),   Increase elevation of sections of Alton King Road that are subject to flooding.  Costed as new location; crossings considered innate in that figure since not entirely new; ROW deemed adequate.   $5,443,307   Of the 1100 projects considered, this project did not rank high enough to receive funding.

CHATHAM,   (Corinth Road),   Surface and Elevation Improvements around crossing with Shaddox Creek.  East of the confluence of the Haw and Deep Rivers and subject to flooding.  Shown in the 1996 Chatham County Thoroughfare Plan.   $4,213,350   Of the 1100 projects considered, this project did not rank high enough to receive funding.

CHATHAM,   (Everette Dowdy Road),   Increase the elevation of sections of Everette Dowdy Road that are subject to flooding from Georges Creek.  Div. 8 advised costing based on new location; crossing costs considered innate since not entirely new location.   $1,038,801   Of the 1100 projects considered, this project did not rank high enough to receive funding.

CHATHAM,   (Ike Brooks Road), (Rives Chapel Road),   Widen and resurface; This route is effectively serving as a bypass of Siler City for southbound traffic originating east of Siler City.  Cost assumes 1.4 mil/mile shoulders + resurfacing and contingency.  ROW presumed adequate.   $19,598,661   Of the 1100 projects considered, this project did not rank high enough to receive funding.

CHATHAM,   (Jordan Road),   Increase elevation of sections of Jordan Road that are subject to flooding.  Costed as new location; crossings considered innate since not entirely new, ROW adequate.   $8,924,553   Of the 1100 projects considered, this project did not rank high enough to receive funding.

CHATHAM,   (Old Graham Road), (Old Graham Road),   AND CHATHAM-13:  Add 2′ Shoulders from NC 87 to Chicken Bridge Road.  This route is shown as a major thoroughfare in the 1972 Pittsboro Thoroughfare Plan. (length 8.0 miles)   $18,418,400   Of the 1100 projects considered, this project did not rank high enough to receive funding.

CHATHAM,   (Pea Ridge Road),   Widening & Bicycle Lane Improvements. This route is shown in the 1996 Chatham County Thoroughfare Plan as a major rural collector.   $560,000   Of the 1100 projects considered, this project did not rank high enough to receive funding.

CHATHAM,   (Pittsboro-Moncure Road),   Upgrade to accommodate new development.  Shown as Major Thoroughfare on 1972 Pittsboro Thoroughfare Plan.  Cost based on 1.4 mil/mile + contingencies.  2 culverts & 1 bridge not included (ROW deemed adequate).   $19,109,090   Of the 1100 projects considered, this project did not rank high enough to receive funding.

CHATHAM,   (River Road),   Shoulder Widening; cost based on 1.4 mil/mile plus contingencies; ROW deemed adequate.   $6,343,482   Of the 1100 projects considered, this project did not rank high enough to receive funding.

CHATHAM,   (SR 1701), (East Thompson Street),   Resurfacing & Sidewalk (on one side) Improvements.  Route shown as a minor thoroughfare on the 1972 Pittsboro Thoroughfare Plan & sidewalk identified in 2009 Pedestrian Plan.    $260,450   This project did not rank high enough to merit a portion of the limited funding available for the area.

CHATHAM,   (SR 1717), (Jack Bennett Rd),   Jack Bennett Rd (SR 1717) (US 15-501 to Lystra Rd (SR 1721))safety improvements.   $6,900,000   This project will be considered for special funding sources that focus on improving road safety.

CHATHAM,   (SR 1721), (Lystra Rd),   Lystra Road (SR 1721) (US 15-501 to Farrington Point Rd. (SR 1008)) safety improvements.   $10,000,000   This project did not rank high enough to merit a portion of the limited funding available for the area.

CHATHAM,   (SR 1762: Jeremiah Dr),   Jeremiah Drive (SR 1762) (Lystra Rd (SR 1721) to End) elevate road for flood control.   $100,000   This project did not rank high enough to merit a portion of the limited funding available for the area.

CHATHAM,   (SR 2153), (Rosser Road),   Resurfacing   $850,020   This project did not rank high enough to merit a portion of the limited funding available for the area.

CHATHAM,   (US 15-501),   Widen and add continuous turn lane from Roberson Creek (Bridge No. 17) to NC 87; cost based on widen to 3 lane from 2; urban ROW   $4,172,919   Of the 1100 projects considered, this project did not rank high enough to receive funding.

CHATHAM,   (US 15-501),   Widen to provide continous turn lane, C&G, & sidewalk from Launis Street to SR 1599 (Rock Springs Cemetery Rd).  Considered a Statewide Strategic Corridor until Pittsboro Bypass is complete.     $7,153,575   This project did not rank high enough to merit a portion of the limited funding available for the area.

CHATHAM,   (US 15-501),   Interchange Signalization US 64 Bypass/US 15-501.  US 15-501 shown as a major thoroughfare in the 1972 Pittsboro Thoroughfare Plan.  Considered a Statewide Strategic Highway Corridor until Pittsboro Bypass (R-2628) is complete.     $360,000   This project will be considered for special funding sources that focus on improving road safety.

CHATHAM,   (US 15-501),   Widen to 4 lanes with bicycle lanes:  This route is shown on the 1996 Chatham County Thoroughfare Plan as a rural principal arterial highway.    $81,931,063   This project did not rank high enough to merit a portion of the limited funding available for the area.

CHATHAM,   (US 421),   Diamond interchange on new location.  Serves Chatham County sponsored business park.   $9,983,750   Of the 1100 projects considered, this project did not rank high enough to receive funding.

CHATHAM,   (US 64),   New median crossing and potential emergency signal to allow access to westbound US 64 for Fire Station # 16, just west of SR 1008 (Beaver Creek Road); cost is without signal based on new 2-lane facility for .013 miles on existing ROW.   $40,920   Of the 1100 projects considered, this project did not rank high enough to receive funding.

CHATHAM,   (SR 1721), (Lystra Rd),   Lystra Road (SR 1721) (Jack Bennett Rd (SR 1717) to west side of North Chatham Elementary) increase length of turn lanes.   $250,000   This project will be considered for special funding sources that focus on improving road safety.