Fayetteville officials have set the speed limit on the new Rupple Road extension at 35 miles per hour, and are warning residents to be on the lookout for wildlife in the area.
City officials will celebrate the completion of a major phase of the Rupple Road Improvement Project during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21.
A new video posted last week by city officials offers an updated view of the progress on the first phase of the Rupple Road Improvement Project in southwest Fayetteville.
A new video posted by city officials this week offers a bird’s-eye view of the progress on the first phase of the Rupple Road Improvement Project in southwest Fayetteville.
West Fayetteville residents will soon have an easier way to get to Walmart, Lowe’s and the other businesses on the west side of Interstate 49.
Residents are invited to a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the beginning of the Rupple Road Improvement Project in west Fayetteville.
The upcoming Rupple Road extension will be built as a four-lane boulevard from Wedington Drive to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
One alderman said he would rather see the city build a two-lane road on the new stretch instead of a four-lane boulevard.