GREENSBORO – The public will have the chance to provide input this week on a plan to widen a section of Randleman Road between Glendale and West Elmsley drives.
It would be widened to five lanes, including a center turn lane, matching the existing configuration of the roadway to the north and helping relieve traffic congestion. The project would also improve pedestrian connectivity.
The City of Greensboro proposed the project in cooperation with the N.C. Department of Transportation.
More information, including a map of the proposed improvements, can be found on the NCDOT public meeting website for the project.
NCDOT will hold a public meeting on Tuesday from 4-7 p.m. at New Goshen United Methodist Church, located at 3300 Randleman Road in Greensboro.
The meeting format is similar to an open house, with no formal presentation. People can stop by at any time during the three-hour window to speak with NCDOT representatives and offer feedback that will be taken into consideration as the project develops.
Comments can also be submitted by phone, email or mail by Feb. 19. For more information, contact NCDOT Project Engineer Brian Ketner at 336-487-0075, firstname.lastname@example.org or P.O. Box 14996, Greensboro, NC 27415-4996.
NCDOT will provide auxiliary aid and services for any disabled person who wants to attend the meeting. Anyone requiring special services should contact Tony Gallagher, Environmental Analysis Unit, at 919-707-6069 or email@example.com to make arrangements as early as possible.
People who do not speak English or have a limited ability to read, speak or understand English can request interpretive services prior to the meeting by calling 1-800-481-6494.