Collector Street Plans

Pender County Streets Plan 2021

Project: Pender County Streets Plan 2021 Year: 2021

This plan, which serves as an update to the 2016 Pender County Collector Street Plan, aims to improve connectivity, inform land development, maintain acceptable levels-of-service on existing roadways, ensure conservation of natural areas, and provide a safe and high-quality transportation network for residents, businesses, and visitors using all modes of travel in southeastern Pender County. The 2021 update, necessitated by high growth rates since 2016 as well as changes in regional plans and projects such as the adoption of the WMPO’s 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP), the NCDOT 2020-2029 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), a 2018 update to the County’s land use plan, and the progression of the US17/Hampstead Bypass, addresses future transportation needs while affording flexibility in implementation.

Project Files:
Pender County Streets Plan 2021

Connecting Northern Brunswick County Collector Street Plan

Project: Connecting Northern Brunswick County Collector Street Plan Year: 2013

This plan aims to increase connectivity in northern Brunswick County through improving the collector street network for the Towns of Leland and Navassa.

Project Files:
Connecting Northern Brunswick County Collector Street Plan

US 17/NC 133 Collector Street Plan

Project: US 17/NC 133 Collector Street Plan Year: 2007

The purpose of this plan is to inventory the existing collector street network and develop standards and policies that will promote future connectivity and accommodations for automobiles, transit, pedestrians, and bicycles as collector streets are constructed within the area bounded by US Highway 17, NC 133 and Town Creek in Brunswick County.

Project Files:
US 17/NC 133 Collector Street Plan