A contractor for the Town of Carrboro will begin resurfacing and pavement repairs throughout town on Tuesday, Sept. 19.
This project includes the full resurfacing of the Frances Shetley Bikeway and patching of the Libba Cotten Bikeway.
For roads with on-street parking, the contractor, Daniels of Garner, will place no on-street parking signs. The total project should take less than two weeks.
Below is the tentative schedule:
- Tuesday – Wednesday, Sept. 19-20: Mill and Pave Manor Ridge from Willow Oak Lane north to the cul-de-sac. Including Gateridge Place, Misty Pines Place, and Morgan Hill Court.
- Friday, Sept. 22: Mill and Pave the Frances Shetley Bikeway. Bikeway will be closed during paving operations.
- Monday Sept. 25: Libba Cotten Bikeway patching – This work will be done by hand and with the use of small equipment. Closure is not necessary, and flaggers will direct pedestrian and bicycle traffic.
- Tuesday – Friday, Sept. 19-22: Patching at various locations around town.
The Town of Carrboro maintains 47.04 miles of roadways comprising of 566 street segments or blocks, 41 miles of sidewalks, and 872 curb ramps throughout the community. The 2023 Street Resurfacing Project is intended to keep streets and curb ramps safe and in good condition for all users, and to make improvements strategically and efficiently to ensure safer and longer-lasting streets and curbs.
More information is available at https://www.carrboronc.gov/2675/2023-Street-Resurfacing-Project
Questions? Please contact the Carrboro Public Works Department at (919) 918-7425 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.