Corridor Plans

US 17 Business (Market St) Corridor Study

Project: US 17 Business (Market St) Corridor Study Year: 2016/2007

This study evaluates alternative cross-sections for the US 17 Business (Market Street) corridor from Covil Avenue to 3rd Street in the City of Wilmington.

In 2016 a study was completed to re-evaluate affected intersections to guide the decision-making process toward action.

Project Files:
US 17 Business (Market St) Corridor Study Update (2016)
US 17 Business (Market St) Corridor Study (2007)

US 17/ NC 210 Corridor Study

Project: US 17/ NC 210 Corridor Study Year: 2012

This study was commissioned to identify near-term strategies to address safety and mobility deficiencies on US 17 and NC 210 in Hampstead. The plan provides recommendations that include access management strategies, design elements, traffic enforcement, and collector street recommendations.

Project Files:
US 17/ NC 210 Corridor Study

Eastwood Road Preferred Access Map

Project: Eastwood Road Preferred Access Map Year: 2011

This preferred access plan illustrated preferred access management initiatives for the Eastwood Road corridor.

Project Files:
Eastwood Road Preferred Access Map

Market Street Corridor Study

Project: Market Street Corridor Study Year: 2011

This corridor plan integrates transportation and land use planning in an effort to improve safety and mobility along the Market Street corridor from Colonial Drive to the Pender County line. The plan provides recommendations for access management, inter-connectivity, improved development standards, future collector streets and conceptual designs.

Project Files:
Market Street Corridor Study

Corridor Study Dow Road Carolina Beach, NC

Project: Corridor Study Dow Road Carolina Beach, NC Year: 2009

This study evaluates alternative scenarios for Dow Road from its northern terminus at US 421 (Lake Park Boulevard) to K Avenue in Kure Beach and the feasibility and impacts of extending Dow Road from K Avenue south to Fort Fisher.

Project Files:
Corridor Study Dow Road Carolina Beach, NC

Cape Fear Historic Byway Corridor Management Plan

Project: Cape Fear Historic Byway Corridor Management Plan Year: 2008

This plan strives to preserve the historical integrity, reveal the natural character, convey the social diversity, celebrate the varied attractions, and enhance the many modes of transportation of Cape Fear Historic Byway, the first entirely urban scenic byway in the state of North Carolina.

Dawson & Wooster Corridor Plan

Project: Dawson & Wooster Corridor Plan Year: 2007

This plan evaluates measures to improve safety in the short-term for the Dawson Street and Wooster Street study area in the City of Wilmington, particularly South 6th Street at Wooster Street, and identifies opportunities and constraints in an effort to define a long-range future vision for the roadway couplet.

Project Files:
Dawson & Wooster Corridor Plan