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Scaleybark Traffic Calming
Scaleybark Traffic Calming
This project will develop a traffic calming plan for the Scaleybark Road corridor.
What's happened? As of January 2016, the contract completed installation of the water line and the storm drainage system between Woodlawn Rd. and Mt. Zion Church, as well as a small widening near Belrose Lane, including the curb, gutter, sidewalk and several wheelchair ramps. Over the next few months, the contractor will work on the following:
  • ​Complete the connections of the water service lines to the new water main
  • Construct a small retaining wall on a property west of Belrose Lane and connect the sidewalk
  • Complete the storm drainage work along Scaleybark and across from the school (between two homes)
  • Begin construction of of the medians
The last phases of construction will be the curb bulb outs in certain areas along Scaleybark and closing the right turn lane at Woodlawn Road. Resurfacing and pavement marking will be done by the Charlotte Department of Transportation after the contractor completes work, which is expected in early summer 2016.
See preliminary plans and the powerpoint presentation below:
What's next? Construction is expected to begin by late summer/early fall 2016​
Who to contact: Imad Fakhreddin, PE, Project Manager 704-336-7926
This transportation project will provide traffic calming features to Scaleybark Road between Conway Avenue and East Woodlawn Road. The project will also change the westbound approach to the Scaleybark leg of the Woodlawn Road intersection.

  • Provide roadway features to reduce speed along Scaleybark Road.
  • Modify the Scaleybark leg of the intersection with Woodlawn.
  • Complete a sidewalk gap between Belrose Lane and the Charlotte Korean Presbyterian Church.
  • Maintain bicycle lanes in both directions.

Area residents participated in a 4-day charette process in 2011, led by the design consultant AECOM. 

Click below to view the concept plan:

The project limits are from Woodlawn Road to Conway Avenue.


Cost:  To be determined
Please note that this figure includes all costs associated with the project such as planning and design, acquiring the right of way, utility relocation, consultant fee, construction, and landscaping.   
The Engineering & Property Management (E&PM) project team will manage the Scaleybark Road Project through a four stage process. Specific work was conducted during each stage with an emphasis on public involvement during the planning and design phases.  Click here to learn how City projects are selected, designed and built. 

Project Contacts:
Imad Fakhreddin, E&PM Project Manager, 704-336-7926
Ashton Watson, CDOT Transportation Project Manager, 704-432-4638