Tuckaseegee/Berryhill/Thrift business corridor roundabout


Project phase


 Project updates

"Tapestry" by Douwe Blumberg​​​​This project targets a five-legged intersection controlled by a traffic signal with excessive wait times. The project is located at the five-legged intersection where Tuckaseegee and Berryhill each have two legs, and Thrift has one leg. The project will replace the signalized intersection with a roundabout. Additional project components include crosswalks, sidewalks, planting strips, landscaping, decorative lighting and utility relocation. 

Right: Rendering for "Tapestry" by Douwe Blumberg, a 19-foot-tall sculpture that will stand in the middle of the roundabout.


  • ​To reduce vehicle idling time at the intersection

  • To improve air quality by expanding opportunities for bicycles and pedestrians

  • To provide opportunities for street tree planting while protecting and incorporating existing trees

  • To provide opportunities for decorative lighting on both sides of the street ​

​Three public meetings were held during the planning phase to get input from nearby ​residents​ and businesses.

$5.65 million
This amount includes more than $3 million from federal grant programs.


​​​Please note this is the funding amount and includes all costs associated with the project such as planning and design, acquiring the right of way, utility relocation, consultant fees, construction, signalization, permits and landscaping.

 Project map

project map December 2017