Clemmons seeks input for decade-long transportation project

Published 12:00 am Thursday, June 27, 2024

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CLEMMONS — Clemmons is seeking input for the 2026-2035 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Development Plan.

STIP is the evolving 10-year financial plan for funding and constructing transportation projects in North Carolina. The points assigned will impact the funding decisions for these projects.

There is currently one project within the village of Clemmons. Comment and votes will give the Clemmons project a better chance at competing for funding in the region-wide process.

The project is described as: Project H230557: (west to east) From the Bermuda Run roundabout to Harper Rd to accommodate bike lanes and sidewalks, and Widen existing roadway to a 3-lane section with bike lanes and sidewalks from Harper Road to Lewisville-Clemmons Road / Middlebrook Drive.

How can one support or comment on this project by using the interactive map? The map can be found on by scrolling down the village’s homepage,

  1. Click the link “Help pick the next transportation project”
  2. On the map, locate Clemmons and H230557 (you can zoom in)
  3. Gives options of like, dislike or Project Comment: Select one and click anywhere along the H230557 project.

Your feedback between now and July 15, will play a crucial role in determining the best allocation of points. Help prioritize the Clemmons project that will benefit the region’s transportation infrastructure.