U.S. 401 corridor study seeks public input

Virtual meeting Tuesday, Sept. 14

For the Record
Posted 9/10/21

The U.S. Highway 401 Corridor Study team is seeking input from anyone who lives, works, or travels along the corridor in southern Wake or northern Harnett County.

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U.S. 401 corridor study seeks public input

Virtual meeting Tuesday, Sept. 14

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RALEIGH — The U.S. Highway 401 Corridor Study team is seeking input from anyone who lives, works, or travels along the corridor in southern Wake or northern Harnett County.

Public participation is a critical component at this step in the study process. The study team is asking members of the community to review draft design concepts and provide feedback to help develop draft recommendations.

The study area includes approximately 19 miles of U.S. Highway 401 from Banks Road in Wake County south through the town of Fuquay-Varina to the N.C. Highway 210 and U.S. Highway 421 intersection near the town of Lillington in Harnett County; and about 7 miles for the future U.S. Highway 401.

Public input received in the spring of 2021 helped to update the vision for this corridor. The results from these efforts can be found on the project website.

Virtual public meeting

The study team is hosting a virtual public meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021 at 6 p.m. The meeting will provide an opportunity to learn more about project progress and draft design concepts, ask questions of the project team and provide input to help the team develop recommendations.

Participants can view or listen and participate in the meeting live online from a smart phone or computer, or by calling in. The website will host all presentation materials, login details and later a recording for the Sept. 14 meeting.

The study website is: www.US401CorridorStudy.com .

Interested individuals can also signup for future email updates about the study.

Study survey

In addition to the virtual public meeting, a survey will be used to gather input from community members to assist in the development of the draft recommendations for the study. The survey will be open through Sept. 24. It can be accessed through the study website, via text message, as well as in print. To participate via text, text the keyword “US401Corridor” to 73224 to begin the survey. Contact the project team to request a print survey, if needed.

Questions

The project team is available to answer questions. Send an email to US401CorridorStudy@PublicInput.com or call 1-855-925-2801 and enter code 8961 when prompted. For #US401CorridorStudy updates follow CAMPO on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

Accommodations

Persons who require Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) assistance to attend the meeting, review website materials, or take the online survey should call or email Bonnie Parker at 919-996-4403 or bonnie.parker@campo-nc.us no later than 48 hours before the event.

Persons who speak Spanish and do not speak English, or have a limited ability to read, speak or understand English, may receive interpretive services upon request prior to the meeting by calling Bonnie Parker at 919-996-4403. Aquellas personas que hablan español y no hablan inglés, o tienen limitaciones para leer, hablar o entender inglés, podrían recibir servicios de interpretación si los solicitan antes de la reunión llamando Bonnie Parker al 919-996-4403.

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