Multi Use Pathway Update June 30, 2020
• Phase 8A – Planned construction of a 10’ wide multi-use pathway on the west side of S. Croatan Hwy., spanning from W. Soundside Rd. to W. Danube St. in conjunction with the construction of a 6’ wide sidewalk from Dune St. to Deering St. (East Side). Construction completed for Phase 8A.
• Phase 8B - Planned construction of a 10’ wide multi-use pathway on the west side of S. Croatan Hwy., spanning from W. Baymeadow Drive to Gull Street. This section of the project has been delayed due to the resolution of underground utility conflict work and recent rainfall. Fine grading and incidental work will continue along the length of the project in preparation for pathway installation. The concrete pathway construction sequence will initially be concentrated between the Outer Banks Event Site and Gull Street. Temporary lane closures will be in effect along portions of this route during active construction. We ask that motorists exercise caution and slow down when traveling within the active construction work zone. Additional message board signage may be employed during active construction periods to caution southbound motorists of the change in the traffic pattern.
• Phase 8C - Planned construction of a 10’ wide multi-use pathway on the west side of S. Croatan Hwy., spanning from W. Danube Street to W. Seachase Drive. Recent rainfall has delayed the completion of this phase of construction. Pathway construction is scheduled to be completed the week of June 29th with the remaining section of multi-use path between the southern entrance to the Outer Banks Mall and W. Seachase Drive. Once completed, concrete curb and gutter will be installed along the edge of pavement, spanning from the Outer Banks Hospital to W. Danube Street. Weather permitting, this work is now scheduled to commence on Monday (July 6th) through towards the end of the week. During this time, a temporary lane closure may remain in place overnight. Traffic control measures and signage will be employed to alert motorists of this change in traffic pattern. We ask that motorists exercise caution and slow down when traveling within the active construction work zone.
For questions related to the multi-use path project work, please contact David Ryan, P.E. at 252.441.6221 with any questions.
Plans are available for viewing at http://www.nagsheadnc.gov/819/BikePedestrian-Paths
View a Google map of the construction.