The proposed Raleigh Beltline I-540 project, also known as the Complete 540 project and the Southeast Extension, would extend the Triangle Expressway to complete the 540 Outer Loop around the Raleigh area. Billed as an answer to the transportation, social, and economic needs of Wake and Johnston counties, the project would link Apex, Cary, Clayton, Garner, Fuquay Varina, Holly Springs, and Raleigh. Additionally, it would connect a number of major roadways in southern Raleigh.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) has announced that construction on this project will begin in 2017. The completed project is expected to open to traffic by June of 2020. Click here for more information and updates on this project.
Project planners anticipate that the Southeast Extension will be completed in three separate phases:
- R-2721 – NC 55 Bypass to US 401
- R-2828 – US 401 to I-40
- R-2829 – I-40 to U.S. 64/264 Bypass (I-495)
We Can Help You Face the NCDOT
Under the North Carolina Map Act, many property owners in the vicinity of the proposed Raleigh Beltline I-540 project are facing restrictions on the use of their land. The government will soon begin contacting owners in advance of preparing offers to all of the affected businesses, homeowners and other property owners. If you’re facing full or partial condemnation of your land or restrictions on the use of your property, Henson Fuerst is here to answer your questions.
Our North Carolina land condemnation lawyers have experience handling eminent domain claims related to projects throughout the state, and we can help ensure your rights to fair compensation are protected. Contact our legal staff today to find out how we can help. Call (919) 781-1107 or fill out our free initial consultation form to get started.