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Rik DiCesare

City of Greenville, Public Works
252.329.4066
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10th Street Corridor Project Details

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Click here (http://wikimapping.com/wikimap/10th-Street-Corridor-Study.html) to access the online survey and map exercise. Please share the link with anyone who would like to provide input into the project.

Project Description

The City of Greenville and the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) have formed a committee to study the 10th Street corridor from Evans Street to Oxford Road to address transportation concerns and evaluate improvement alternatives. At 3 miles long, this section of 10th Street is home to a range of residential, business, and educational uses and serves not only motorists but pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit.

The consulting team, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., is a national firm based in Cary, North Carolina. They have planners, engineers, and landscape architects working side-by-side to tackle transportation challenges.

Please click here for a map of the project limits.

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Project Limits Map

Existing Pedestrian Facilities Map.

Existing Traffic Volumes Map.

Existing Intersection Level-of-Service Map.

Existing Crash Severity and Frequency Map

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