Quality of Life – New Phase of Cape Fear River Trail Near Completion

The following information is from the City of Fayetteville.


Next Phase of the Cape Fear River Trail Nearing Completion

(Fayetteville, N.C.) – Walkers, runners and cyclists will soon have more exercise options in Fayetteville as the next phase of construction of the Cape Fear River Trail is nearing completion. This phase of the trail extends from Clark Park to the southern end of the PWC Water Treatment Plant, which nears the CSX railroad. This portion of the project is 1.27 miles long and is currently being paved. It is scheduled to be completed by the end of October.

Construction of this project was awarded to Lanier Construction Company from Snow Hill, N.C. at a cost of $1,090,461.45. There were a total of four bidders for the project, with one being a local contractor.

This project is being funded through a combination of agencies, including the Federal Highway Authority (FHWA), North Carolina Department of Transportation (N.C. DOT) and the City.

For questions concerning this project, please call the City’s Engineering & Infrastructure Department at (910) 433-1656.

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Published by Angie Hedgepeth

Angie Hedgepeth, Government Affairs Director for the Association, attends all the local meetings each month, as well as NAR and NCAR meetings, and keeps members abreast of the multiple issues being addressed in local, state and national government. She prepares reports on the meetings she attends and they are included in the weekly "Government Affairs Update".