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This 2006 Transportation Bond Project will improve the popular intersection of Brookshire Boulevard, Hovis Road and Oakdale Road.

What's happened? Oakdale Road reopened to traffic August 2. The multi-use path is also open.

What's next?  Construction began in September. Hovis Road should be opened by late September.  The final layer of asphalt will be completed this fall.  Landscaping will be installed during the winter planting season (December-March).  

Who to contact? Derrel Poole, 704-353-1794.

A 2006 Transportation Bond Project

This transportation project will improve the vehicular capacity of the intersection and accommodate pedestrians, bicyclists and transit users by exploring the geometry of the intersection, adding sidewalk and bicycle lanes.


  • Increase the vehicular capacity of the intersection
  • Facilitate pedestrian movement by adding sidewalk
  • Accommodate bicyclists by adding bicycle lanes
  • Improve /enhance public transit facilities in the intersection
  • Enhance the appearance of the intersection by adding street lighting

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This project is part of the Intersection Capacity and Multi-Modal Enhancement Program.

Cost:  $6,200,000
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 fees, signalization, permits, construction, and landscaping.

The Engineering & Property Management (E&PM) project team will manage the Brookshire/Hovis/Oakdale Intersection Project through a four stage process.  Click here  to learn how City projects are selected, designed and built.

Project Contacts:
Derrel Poole, Engineering Project Manager, 704-353-1794
Ashton Watson, PE, Transportation Project Manager, 704-432-4638