North Street looking west towards the intersection of Gregg Avenue / Photo: Todd Gill, Fayetteville Flyer
City officials would like public input on plans to improve the North Street corridor in Fayetteville.
The goal is to improve intersection function and increase walkability and pedestrian safety along the 1.5-mile stretch of North Street from Garland Avenue to Mission Boulevard.
Plans include construction of sidewalks and trails, lighting, crosswalks and greenspace buffers between the road and pedestrians, among other things.
The work will be paid for through the transportation bond issue approved by Fayetteville voters in 2019.
With design proposals in place, city staff are asking the public to review the plans and provide feedback. A short questionnaire presents the designs for various segments of the corridor, and asks for opinions on the proposed improvements.
Proposed design plans
The following images show the proposed improvements to North Street from Garland Avenue to Mission Boulevard.