Camden Road Improvements from Future I-295 to Hope Mills Road

Project: U-3422
Type: Road Improvements
Affected County: Cumberland


NCDOT and the Fayetteville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization have identified a need to improve the road between N.C. 59 (Main Street) in Hope Mills and the Fayetteville Outer Loop interchange that will be built at Camden Road in western Cumberland County. Most of this congested stretch has two travel lanes and an open center turn lane. The project would widen the road to four lanes with a raised median, a move that would improve safety and traffic flow.  Improvements will be to a 3.3 mile section of Camden Road in the Hope Mills area.

Estimated total cost: $29 million
Right of Way Acquisition: Late summer 2019
Construction Begins: 2023


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