Smaller vehicles and motorists will take Plyler Mill Road, Ruben Road, Rocky River Road, and Tom Starnes Road, returning to N.C. 200. Northbound drivers will follow this detour in reverse.



Trucks traveling south on N.C. 200 should follow N.C. 75 to S. Potter Road, which will turn into Old Waxhaw-Monroe Road. Trucks will then turn to Providence Road South, returning to N.C. 200. Northbound truck traffic will follow the detour in reverse.


Project Map

View/Download Roundabout Map 




A video explaining how to read a public hearing or meeting map can be viewed below. The video contains information on colors and symbols used.




The N.C. Department of Transportation builds roundabouts to improve safety for drives, pedestrians and bicyclists. They also help reduce the congestion and backups more typical of traditional intersections with stop signs and traffic signals.

A driver generally enters the roundabout more quickly than if waiting at a traffic signal. In addition, the modern roundabout is much smaller than older traffic circles and requires vehicles to travel at lower speeds (15-20 mph), making them safer than traffic circles. Additionally, the slower speeds make it easier for a driver to find a gap in traffic inside the roundabout before safely entering it.​


For more information on roundabouts, please watch the following video.

Project Funding   


Estimated Amount*

Project Development & Design






Total Costs


* Costs are preliminary subject to change. 


Project Schedule   




June 2022

* Future dates are preliminary subject to change. 


Public Comment

NCDOT accepts comments throughout all phases of project development.  
The public is encouraged to leave comments using the project email or phone number.


Phone number: 984-205-6615 enter code 4859

Question title

Do you have any comments or questions regarding the proposed roundabout at N.C. 200/Lancaster Highway, N.C. 522/S. Rocky River Road and Parkwood Road?

Closed for Comments

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Project Contact

Randy Bowers

NCDOT Project Manager

716 West Main Street

Albemarle, NC 28001

984-205-6615  code 4859



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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