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The project logo Carpenter Fire Station Road Widening - Public Comment

The project logo Carpenter Fire Station Road Widening - Public Comment

Take this 2-Minute Survey.  We want to know what you think.  Community engagement is an important part of the Planning and Design Process. The Town of Cary encourages your involvement and input on this project. Please answer the items below. The comment period closes December 12, 2019.  


The project consists of widening Carpenter Fire Station Road from Cameron Pond Drive to NC 55. The existing street is primarily two lanes wide. The project will widen the roadway to a four-lane, landscaped median street with street lighting, pedestrian and bicycle facilities.  This project is also being coordinated with the Carpenter Fire Station Road Bridge and Intersection Improvements Project. Together these projects will provide improvements to this important thoroughfare including increased mobility and reduced congestion between Yates Store Road and Good Hope Church Road in western Cary. 

Additional street features have been incorporated into the project to improve safety, reduce delay and give neighbors more opportunities to walk and cycle.   

* Did you attend the Public Workshop on Tuesday, November 12 at Crosspointe Church?
Yes
100%
No
0%
Closed to responses | 2 Responses
* What is your interest in the Carpenter Fire Station Road Project? Select all answers that apply.

The project limits extend from NC 55 to Cameron Pond Rd.

I own property on Carpenter Fire Station Road within the project limits.
100%
I travel through the project limits.
60%
I live/work near the corridor.
40%
I travel to destinations along the project limits.
40%
Other
20%
Closed to responses | 5 Responses
Do you think the proposed project meets the needs of pedestrians along this street?
Yes
100%
No
0%
Closed to responses | 5 Responses
Do you think the proposed project meets the needs of bicyclists along this street?
Yes
100%
No
0%
Closed to responses | 5 Responses
Do you think that the proposed project meets the needs of motor vehicle traffic along this street?
Yes
80%
No
20%
Closed to responses | 5 Responses
Are there design features that you would have preferred to do differently, and if so, what are they?
Closed for Comments
What comments or suggestions do you have on the Public Workshop Map or on the project in general?
Closed for Comments
Please provide your contact information (optional) .