Mack Road Extension (Asheboro)
Project # U-5305
Type: Road Extension, New Intersections, Realignment
Affected Counties: Randolph
Estimated Cost: $1,875,000
The Mack Road Extension Project is a an undertaking by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) to improve the intersection of NC 49 and Mack Road (State Road 1144).
The plans include extending Mack Road across NC 49 to U.S. 64. The current connector road between NC 49 and US 64 will be closed.
The new segment of Mack Road will also join Fisher Circle and both the new intersections, at NC 49 and US 64, will have traffic signals under the current design.
According to the NCDOT, the purpose of this project is to "improve traffic flow, relieve congestion and increase the ability to carry projected traffic volumes on U.S. 64, N.C. 49 and Mack Road."
NCDOT proposes to improve the intersection of N.C. 49 and Mack Road (State Road 1144) by realigning and relocating the N.C. 49 west access ramp to create a safer intersection with Mack Road and the U.S. 64 intersection.
- The Courier-Tribune: "Mack Road project remains on schedule"
- The Courier-Tribune: "Mack Road, N.C. 49 project to be updated at meeting"
- Traffic Noise Analysis
- Environmental Analysis
This project is scheduled to begin construction in August, 2014.
Right-of-way acquisition is currently underway for this project and the NCDOT has allocated $375,000 for property takings thus far. More than 20 properties will be affected.
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