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Project Fast Facts
  • Status: Projects Under Development
  • County: Davidson,Forsyth
  • Type of Project: Roadway Improvements and Extension
  • STIP Number: R-2568C
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NOTE: Based on the results of NCDOT's funding formula, this project is not currently funded in the State Transportation Improvement Plan. All work on the project has been concluded, and the project is no longer active. If the project is funded at a later date, updates will be posted to this page.

Project Overview and Purpose

This proposed improvement project would involve widening N.C. 109 and other improvements between Old Greensboro Road in Davidson County and I-40/U.S. 311 in Forsyth County.

This section of N.C. 109 carries as many as 19,000 vehicles per day, and traffic is estimated to increase to 30,000 vehicles per day by 2035. Proposed improvements would help reduce crashes and congestion in the area.

Project Highlights

The N.C. Department of Transportation established five corridor options for the N.C. 109 improvement project in a document called a Draft Environmental Impact Statement, a tool for decision-making that describes the impacts of a project to residents, communities, businesses, farmland, historic resources, protected species, noise and air quality, wetlands, water quality and utilities, among others.

The project, however, is currently unfunded in the current State Transportation Improvement Program. If it is funded in the future, the NCDOT project team will update and re-evaluate all data and recommendations in the Draft Environmental Impact Statement and provide additional public involvement opportunities.

Project Funding

Based on the results of NCDOT's funding formula, the N.C. 109 improvement project is not currently funded in the State Transportation Improvement Plan. All work on the project has concluded and the project is no longer active.

Questions may be directed to the NCDOT project development team, Division 9 or the High Point and Winston-Salem metropolitan planning organizations.

Project Documents

Draft Environmental Impact Statement

Contact Information

Michael Wray, P.E.
NCDOT Project Planning Engineer
(919) 707-6050
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1548 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1548

Pat Ivey, P.E.
Division Engineer, Highway Division 9
(336) 747-7800
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375 Silas Creek
Winston Salem, NC 27127

High Point MPO

Greg Venable
Transportation Planning Administrator
(336) 883-3310
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P.O. Box 230
High Point, NC 27262

Winston-Salem MPO

Fred Haith
Transportation Planning Manager
(336) 747-6869
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101 N. Main Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Resources for Local Property Owners

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.