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Completed Plans and Projects
Broad Street Restriping (2018)
Bicycle Improvements completed for Broad Street
Comprehensive Parking Studies
The final reports for the City of Durham Comprehensive Parking Study and the Ninth Street Parking Study have been completed by Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. and the City of Durham. The report is now available for public view.
Downtown Loop 2-Way Conversion Study (2010)
The city’s Department of Public Works is ready to present revised conceptual designs showing the preferred alternative for converting the downtown loop into 2-way traffic. This revised concept is based on public input received at the first workshop in October 2009.
Durham Traffic Separation Study (TSS)
The Durham TSS is a comprehensive evaluation of traffic patterns and road usage at public rail/highway crossings in Durham County. The purpose of the study is to assess existing conditions and determine needed improvements to enhance safety.
Fayetteville Street Roadway Reconfiguration
The City of Durham Transportation Department and the NCDOT are planning a roadway reconfiguration project on Fayetteville Street from Pilot Street to George Street to improve safety and maintain traffic flow along the corridor beginning in 2016.
Move Durham Transportation Study (2020)
Web page for Central Durham Transportation Study
South Roxboro Restriping - Cornwallis to Summit (2018)
Re-striping South Roxboro between Cornwallis Road and Summit Street
South Roxboro Restriping - Hope Valley to MLK (2019)
The City of Durham Transportation Department restriped South Roxboro to more safely accommodate bicycles, aide pedestrian crossings, and help encourage safe motor vehicle speeds.
West Club Boulevard Restriping (2016)
The City of Durham is considering a restriping project on West Club Boulevard to improve safety through the addition of bicycle lanes and alternating parking availability.
W. Club Boulevard Crosswalk Demo and Pilot Project (2019)
In September 2018, the National Complete Streets Coalition selected the City of Durham to participate in their Safe Streets, Smart Cities Academy. The City of Durham is responsible for completing a pilot project at the culmination of the academy. Durham’s project aims to transform a section of West Club Boulevard into a safer place for users of all transportation modes.
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