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Cindy Lane Extension (Statesville Road to Nevin Road)
Cindy Lane
This 2000 and 2004  Transportation  Bond Project extended Cindy Lane to Nevin Road.

What's happened?
City staff worked with Mulkey Engineering to plan and design the improvements to both Cindy Lane and Statesville Road.  These plans were based on safety, cost, benefits, traffic analysis and a public involvement process that allowed citizens and nearby businesses to provide input at three public meetings.  

What's next? A ribbon cutting celebration will took place on September 20.  Landscaping  began in November.

Who to contact?
Imad Fakhredin, 704-336-7926.
A 2000 Transportation Bond Project 

*Approved for planning and design in the 2000 Transportation Bond Referendum
*Approved for real estate acquisition and construction in the 2004 Transportation Bond Referendum
The Cindy Lane Extension project will extend Cindy Lane to the Nevin Road / Lake Road intersection.  The project consists of two lanes, turn lanes, median, planting strips, bicycle facilities, curb and gutter, and sidewalks.
  • Provide community connectivity by providing sidewalks and bicycle facilities
  • Reduce congestion and improve safety
  • Minimize impact to the community  
  • Maintain consistency with approved thoroughfare plan
  • Meet existing and future traffic demands 
  • Provides additional connectivity between Beatties Ford Road and Sugar Creek Road
Click on  Statesville Road Widening, an adjacent project to go directly to that site.
Project newsletters and postcards have been mailed to adjacent citizens and businesses.  Click on the links below to view the communication pieces:

Summer 2006: Statesville/Cindy Lane postcard
Cost:  $6,000,000
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 fee, construction, and landscaping.   
The Engineering & Property Management (E&PM) project team managed the Cindy Lane Extension Project through a four stage process.  Click here to learn how City projects are selected, designed and built.

Public meetings held:
March 29, 2001
September 20, 2001

Project Contacts:
Imad Fakhreddin, P.E., Engineering Project Manager, 704-336-7926
Tom Sorrentino, P.E., Transportation Project Manager, 704-336-3934