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Oneida Road sidewalk

​​​​​Part of the Sidewalks and Pedestrian Safety Program

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​​This project is part of the City of Charlotte's Capital Investment Fund to provide a safe, efficient, comfortable pedestrian system to improve quality of life for residents, visitors and businesses. The project will fill sidewalk gaps on boths sides of Oneida Road between Garvis Drive and Graham Street. 

The project proposes, where applicable, a five-foot-wide (minimum) sidewalk (six feet back of curb), eight-foot planting strip and storm drainage improvements. Other proposed enhancements include ADA ramps and replacement of a damaged​ culvert on Oneida Road between Garvis Drive and Osage. If there are variations to the design, it will be documented in Charlotte Department of Transportation's sidewalk variation document for approval and sign-off.

​​​​​To provide a safe, efficient, comfortable pedestrian system to improve the quality of life for residents, visitors, neighboring schools and businesses.

​Residents living near this area launched a petition for this project and received the 60 percent of residents' signatures required to advance the project to design.

During the planning phase, the project team worked with the community to provide insight to the conceptual design of the recommended sidewalk as part of the petition process. Community meetings will be scheduled throughout the project to keep residents informed and provide them opportunities to share ideas, concerns and opinions with City planners and project managers.

$2.910 million

​​​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.

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