Fire Tower Road and Portertown Road Widening
Project #U-5785, U-5870
Type: Road Widening
Affected County: Pitt
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) has proposed to widen Fire Tower Road – from Charles Boulevard (N.C. 43) to Portertown Road – and Portertown Road – from Fire Tower Road to 10th Street (N.C. 33) – in Greenville to improve traffic flow and reduce congestion as well as to reduce crashes and enhance connectivity.
The overall project is divided into two projects: Project U-5785 and Project U-5870.
Project U-5785 would widen a 0.6-mile stretch of Fire Tower Road from Charles Boulevard to 14th Street. This project is estimated to cost $6.2 million.
Project U-5870 involves widening Fire Tower Road to Portertown Road and then widening Portertown Road to 10th Street, a distance of 2.2 miles. This project is estimated to cost $23.8 million.
Right of Way Acquisition is expected to begin in late 2017, with construction starting in 2019.Click here to view the Sept 22, 2016 Public Meeting Presentation Click here to view design 1 of this project Click here to view design 2 of this project Click here to view design 3 of this project
Protecting the Rights of Pitt County Residents
If your land, home or business will be affected by the U-5870 U-5875 Firetower Road and Portertown Road Widening project, call Henson Fuerst for help.
Our North Carolina eminent domain lawyers will work closely with you to protect your rights to get the maximum compensation for your land.
As plans for the U-5870 U-5875 Firetower Road and Portertown Road Widening project move forward, it is important to learn the ways your home or property may be affected. Contact Henson Fuerst today and find out how we can help—just dial (919) 781-1107 or complete our free initial consultation form online.