Camden Road Project
Project # U-2810B
Type: Roadway Widening
Affected Counties: Cumberland
Estimated Cost: $13.6 Million
The widening project (#U-2810B) is the second part of a larger project that is to widen Camden Road from the Hope Mills bypass to Oakland Avenue. The project will include widening the road to four lanes for the 1.1 mile stretch and replacing a 60-year-old weight-limited bridge to a railroad bridge.
This widening project is a part of the two-year project that began in January 2013. According to the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s (NCDOT) engineer, having construction equipment visible from the road will begin to have an effect on traffic, even before lanes are closed.
A third and final phase of Camden Road widening project (U-2810C) will begin before this section of the project ends, adding more disruption to the approximately 14,000 vehicles a day that cross the old bridge (according to 2010 traffic count). The final phase of the project will widen the two miles from Oakland Avenue to Owen Drive.
Fayetteville Observer: “Camden Road widening project to begin this month”
- Construction Start Date: January 2013
- Construction End Date: May 2015
The first phase of the Camden Road Widening project (U-2810A) has already begun. Dozens of homes and buildings have already been demolished to make way for this new widening project. Right of way acquisitions for the second and final phases of this widening project (U-2810B and U-2810C) are underway and affected property owners along the route shown on the project map should expect to be contacted by NCDOT officials about taking the property needed.
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