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Cross City Trail Construction Update

Post Date:06/13/2019

Cross City Trail Construction Update

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The City of Creedmoor would like to remind residents that construction of the Cross City Trail is underway. Construction will require lane closures throughout the project area as grading work begins in June. On US-15 (Durham Avenue) and NC-56 (Lake Road and Wilton Avenue) the contractor is prohibited from lane closures Monday through Friday between the hours of 6:00 am - 9:00 am and 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm. At all other times lane closures and delays should be expected, and drivers are urged to please plan accordingly.

Construction of the more than three miles of sidewalks, greenways, boardwalk, and bridge will take between 12 and 16 months to complete depending on weather conditions.

Please exercise caution when driving through the work zone, and watch for workers and equipment in the roadway. Drivers are urged to pay close attention to the posted speed limit, and any changes to the normal traffic pattern. We thank you for your patience as we make these exciting improvements to our pedestrian mobility and access. Construction of the Cross City Trail will coincide with NC Department of Transportation’s NC-56 realignment, also known as R-5707.

The city has established multiple ways for residents and motorists to keep informed of project status and potential commuting delays. Project updates will be posted on the city’s social media pages (Facebook, Twitter, NextDoor) and city website (sign up for e-notification at www.cityofcreedmoor.org/enotification by selecting “Project Updates” under the News Category); interested persons may also submit an email address directly to admin@cityofcreedmoor.org to receive email blasts or call the Project Hotline number at (919) 764-1006 for pre-recorded updates. 

For more information on this and other current city projects, visit www.cityofcreedmoor.org/projects

Cross City Trail Construction Update
Cross City Trail Construction Update
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