The City held a Citizens' Informational Workshop for the
Horse Pen Creek Road Widening Project on Tuesday, August 13
Please review the detailed drawings below and if you have comments please
contact Deniece Conway at 336-373-4501.
Drawing 1 (New Garden Road to just north of Terrault Drive)
Drawing 2 (South of Quaker Run Drive to Isaacson Boulevard)
Drawing 3 (Briargrove Court to Walking Horse Lane)
Drawing 4 (Carlson Dairy Road to Battleground Avenue)
The City is currently designing the widening of Horse Pen Creek Road from New Garden Road (SR 2179) to Battleground Avenue (US 220). The roadway will be widened from two lanes to four lanes with curb and gutter, sidewalks, bicycle lanes, and a raised landscaped median. The purpose of these workshops is for City of Greensboro representatives to provide information, answer questions and accept written comments regarding this project.
Anticipated Schedule (New)
Begin Right-of-Way Acquisition - Fall 2013
Begin Construction - Spring 2016
Project Planning Study
GDOT has completed a study in 2009 to determine the course of public improvements for Horse Pen Creek Road, between Battleground Avenue and New Garden Road. Final Functional design information is below. The project was approved as part of the November 2008 Transportation Bond referendum. Since then, two separate public meetings were conducted to evaluate the 3.4-mile section and finalize the proposed conceptual design for the corridor. If you have questions regarding the project, please contact project manager Chris Spencer.
Final Functional Design
Meeting Handout - includes project schedule
Other Links of Interest
Horse Pen Creek Road Feasibility Study (2004)