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Posted on: July 10, 2020

Multi Use Pathway Update July 10, 2020

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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. The concrete pathway installation will commence the week of July 13th. Work will initially begin in the north end of the project between W. Baymeadow and Lakeside Dr. prior to relocating down to the south side of the Outer Banks Event Site. Fine grading and incidental work will continue along the remaining length of the project in preparation for pathway installation. During active construction periods, temporary lane closures will be in effect. 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 - Construction of the multi-use pathway, drainage infrastructure, and concrete curb and gutter has been completed between W. Danube Street and W. Seachase Drive. The multi-use path will remain closed to pedestrian traffic until the beginning of the week of July 13th for the freshly poured concrete to cure. Temporary lane closures will be removed beginning the afternoon of July 10th  and extend through July 12th. Construction activity will resume on Monday, July 13th with asphalt pavement patching primarily concentrated between the Outer Banks Hospital and W. Danube Street. Pavement striping, stabilization, and other incidental work will continue through the end of the week towards final project completion. During the time of active construction work, temporary lane closures may remain in place. 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.  

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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 

Click on the white frame symbol in the upper right-hand corner of the map below to enlarge the map. 


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