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Green Level Church Road Transportation Study

Green Level Church Road Transportation Study

Project Background

The Town of Cary is seeking your feedback regarding the Green Level Church Road Transportation Study.  The results will be used to ensure the Study's recommendations take your thoughts into consideration. The following questionnaire should take about 5 minutes to complete, and your participation is voluntary.  If you choose to participate - and we hope you do - please note that responses are considered public record under North Carolina Law.

The Town’s Green Level Historic District has experienced considerable change over the last decade with changes in land ownership, increasing residential development and new school construction. As a result of this growth and based on future traffic projections, the Imagine Cary Community Plan recommended a future four-lane median divided roadway for Green Level Church Road through the historic district.

Currently a rural two-lane road, the study is identifying and examining context-sensitive design alternatives along this corridor that respect the community character and land uses along the Green Level Church corridor.

The Town initiated the Green Level Church Road feasibility study with the consulting firm SEPI in March 2018. The study is developing an overall vision for the corridor and is recommending appropriate transportation solutions that can accommodate future transportation and greenway needs, serve motorists, pedestrians and cyclists, while respecting the unique historic context of the area.  The study does not include any funding for the design or construction of any improvements to the corridor at this time.


This site is meant to complement the Town of Cary's Green Level Church Transportation Study Project WebsIte (

What is your association with Green Level Church Road (new 5-7-19)?
I own property on the corridor
I live / work near the corridor
I travel through the corridor
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Are you a Cary resident (new 5-7-19)?
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What are your thoughts on the Concept Design Map displayed at today's meeting (5/7/19)?