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Johnston-Oehler Farm-to-Market

Johnston-Oehler Road
Farm-To-Market Project
This project will identify roadway infrastructure needs and deficiencies, recommend improvements that accommodate all modes of transportation, and develop a project design concept that supports existing and proposed land uses.

What's happened? During the planning phase, the project team used the City’s Urban Street Design Guidelines (USDG) to determine the best solution for the Johnston-Oehler corridor.   Three public meetings were held to discuss alternatives for improvement and present the recommended design.  On June 23, 2014, City Council awarded the construction contract to Ferebee Corporation.

Click here to view the design. 
Click here to view the project area map.

What's next? Construction is expected to begin the first of August 2014.

Who to contact: If you have construction related questions, please contact the following:

Construction Inspector
Lloyd Suddreth, 704-293-1662 or lsuddreth@charlottenc.gov
Construction Project Coordinator
Chris Jiles, 704-634-4881 or cjiles@charlottenc.gov
Project Manager
Leslie Bing, 704-336-7277 or lbing@charlottenc.gov
A 2010 Transportation Bond Project

The goal of this project is to make improvements to Johnston-Oehler Road from Prosperity Church Road to Mallard Creek Road that will better serve the community and all roadway users including residents, businesses, motorists, pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users and commuters.  Public input will be an integral part of this process. 

Proposed improvements include:

  • bicycle lanes
  • sidewalks
  • planting strips
  • landscaping
  • curb and gutter
  • storm drainage infrastructure
  • medians, signalization, and crosswalks
A thorough review and analysis of existing conditions compared to current and future land uses and transportation needs will be conducted.

Cost:  $14,769,000
Please note this is the funding amount and includes all costs associated with the project such as planning and design, acquiring the right of way, utility relocation, consultant fees, construction, signalization, permits and landscaping.  Additional funding may be identified after the planning phase.

The Engineering & Property Management (E&PM) project team will manage the Johnston-Oehler Road FTM Project through a four stage process. Click here to learn how City projects are selected, designed and built.

Project Contacts:
Leslie Bing, Engineering Project Manager, 704-336-7277
Matt Magnasco, PE, Transportation Project Manager, 704-336-3368