Planning and development are underway to improve 1.3 miles of Dickinson Avenue from N.C. 11 (Memorial Drive) to Reade Circle. This project is a collaboration involving the N.C. Department of Transportation and the city of Greenville.
Work will improve and repair the storm drainage system, which is deficient and has caused flooding and cracks in the pavement. It will also improve curbs and gutters, repave the roadway and replace the subgrade – dirt, rock, gravel, sand, and soil underneath the pavement. These repairs will also help reduce flooding on Dickinson Avenue.
Existing sidewalks are located on both sides of Dickinson Avenue from the intersection with Moye Boulevard/Hooker Road to the intersection with Reade Circle, but the widths vary, and the condition of the sidewalks are poor in many areas. This project will improve the existing sidewalks within the corridor.
The N.C. Department of Transportation is seeking public input about the proposed project. Submit your feedback using NCDOT's online engagement platform.
This project is listed as Project U-5606 in the
N.C. Department of Transportation's State Transportation Improvement Program and is funded for $15.2 million. The city is also funding some streetscape elements.
|Project development, design, and property acquisition||$3.6 million (Complete)|
|Construction costs||$11.6 million|
*Estimated costs subject to change