Project Highlights

Kersey Valley Road

  • A new roadway, which will intersect N.C. 62, will be constructed approximately 800 feet west of existing Kersey Valley Road.

  • The new roadway will tie into existing Kersey Valley Road approximately 1,200 feet north of N.C. 62.

  • The portion of existing Kersey Valley Road between N.C. 62 and the new road will be removed.


Weant Road

  • A new roadway, east of the existing Weant Road, will be constructed. This new roadway will intersect N.C. 62 at Modlin Grove Road. 

  • Existing Weant Road will remain in place. 

  • The new road will tee into existing Weant Road and a roundabout will be constructed at this new intersection.


N.C. 62

  • Will be widened to a three-lane facility through the project limits

  • Will have curb and gutter and a concrete median will be installed at various locations throughout the N.C. 62 corridor to provide safety for and separation of vehicles traveling in opposite directions along the corridor.

Project History

Project development studies began in early 2018

First public meeting was held for the project on June 5, 2018

Project design was modified based on comments from public meeting and coordination with City of Archdale

Environmental studies and land surveys were conducted during mid- to late 2018


Public Involvement

Public involvement is an integral part

of the planning process. 

NCDOT encourages public involvement

on transportation projects,

and will consider your suggestions

and address your concerns.


A public meeting was held on October 22, 2019 at the Pine Grove Baptist Church on Modlin Grove Road in High Point. 

Project Funding

Project U-6018 is included in the N.C. Department of Transportation’s State Transportation Improvement Program and is funded at $16.68 million. 


         Estimated Cost*



   $  1,900,000



            $  1,400,000


   $ 12,300,000

   Total Cost

   $ 15,600,000

* Estimated Costs - Subject to Change 


Project Timeline

Current milestone dates for this project are shown below.




   Complete Environmental


January 2021

   Begin Right of Way Acquisition

April 2021

   Begin Construction

June 2025

*Future dates subject to change



Comments may be submitted below, via phone, email (, or U.S. Mail to the Project Manager listed below, or at any meeting. 

All comments received carry equal weight, regardless of submission method. 

All comments will be reviewed and suggestions/recommendations

incorporated into designs where feasible.  





Brandon Green, PE

Project Manager

NCDOT Structures Management Unit

1581 Mail Service Center

Raleigh, NC  27699-1581




Jay McInnis, PE

Director of Project Development/NEPA

Ramey Kemp & Associates

5808 Faringdon Place

Raleigh, NC  27609


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After reviewing the map above, are there comments you wish to provide about the Kersey Valley Road improvements?

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After reviewing the map above, are there comments you wish to provide about the Weant Road improvements?

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After reviewing the map above, are there comments you wish to provide about the N.C. 62 improvements?

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Are there other comments or questions you wish to provide the project team?

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Although the N.C. Department of Transportation works to minimize the number of homes and businesses displaced by a road project, it is inevitable, in many cases, that a certain amount of private property is needed. The following information explains right of way acquisition and answers questions about the process.  

Right-of-Way Brochure Single Page Layout      Folleto del Proceso de Adquisición de Bienes Raíces
Right-of-Way Frequently Asked Questions

Right of way Acquisition Process Videos

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