Fayetteville Outer Loop (I-295)
Project # U-2519, including U-2519AA, U-2519AB, U-2519BA, U-2519BB, U-2519CA
Type: New route; roadway improvements
Affected Counties: Cumberland
Estimated Cost: $678,474,000
The proposed Fayetteville Outer Loop (I-295) is a new 39-mile-long freeway that will wrap around western Fayetteville bypassing the city. The project is driven by Fort Bragg’s need for quick access to I-95. The Loop will connect Fort Bragg to I-95 and enhance mobility options for the military and ease congestion at the Fort Bragg gates. It will also help improve vehicle capacity and relieve traffic congestion.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) states that the project will also help ease traffic on local roads, connect major routes in the southern, western, and northern portions of Fayetteville, create alternative commuting routes for approximately 25,000 soldiers and civilians, and provide another crossing over the Cape Fear River.
The entire project is scheduled to be constructed in five phases and completed in 2022. Phase 2 is currently under construction.
Phase 1, from US 401 Business/Ramsey Street to All American Freeway, is expected to be completed in December 2016.
Phase 2, from All American Freeway to Cliffdale Road, is expected to be complete in the fall of 2018.
The outline below details specifics regarding the final Phases – 3, 4, and 5.
- Fayetteville Observer: “Fayetteville Outer Loop construction among DOT projects accelerated“
- Fayetteville Observer: “Newest section of Fayetteville Outer Loop to open in August“
- Fayetteville Observer: “Outer Loop shaping up“
If your property will be affected, click here to contact one of our attorneys for a free case evaluation, or call 1-877-393-4990.
Phase 3 – NCDOT TIP # U-2519CA
This four-lane portion of the Fayetteville Outer Loop will stretch from Cliffdale Road to U.S. 401/Raeford Road.
Estimated Cost: $104,708,000
- Start construction – 2017
- End construction – 2021
Currently the NCDOT has set aside $8,300,000 for right-of-way takings for this section.
Phase 4 – NCDOT TIP # U-2519BA, U-2519BB
This four-lane, five-mile portion of the Loop will stretch from U.S. 401/Raeford Road to Camden Road and include two interchanges.
Section BB stretches just south of US 401/Raeford Road to south of Strickland Bridge Road (SR 1104).
Section BA runs south of Strickland Bridge Road (SR 1104) to south of Camden Road (SR 1003).
Click here to view a map from US 401 o Camden Road
Estimated Cost: $134,000,000
- Right of way acquisition – 2016
- Start construction – 2018
- End construction – 2021
Currently the NCDOT has set aside $27,800,000 for right-of-way takings for this phase. If your property will be affected, contact one of our attorneys for a free case evaluation, or call 1-877-393-4990.
Phase 5 – NCDOT TIP # U-2519AA, U-2519AB
This four-lane portion will stretch from Camden Road to I-95.
Section AB will cover from south of Camden Road (SR 1003) to just south of Parkton Road (SR 1118).
Section AA goes from south of Parkton Road (SR 1118) in Cumberland County to I-95 in Robeson County.
Estimated Cost: $182,600,000
- Right of way acquisition – 2018
- Start construction – 2020
- End construction – 2022
Currently the NCDOT has set aside $28,600,000 for right-of-way takings for this section. If your property will be affected, contact one of our attorneys for a free case evaluation, or call 1-877-393-4990.