From today’s Times-News:
County transportation officials Wednesday came up with their wish list of future road projects they would like the state to fund. . .The following projects, in no particular order, are listed as follows:
- Modernization of Duncan Hill Road, Signal Hill Road and Thompson Street from U.S. 64 to N. Main Street in Hendersonville.
- Modernization of Berkeley Road from N. Main Street to U.S. 25 in Hendersonville.
- Intersection improvements and modernization of Blythe Street from N.C. 191 to U.S. 64 in Hendersonville.
- Intersection improvements and modernization of Fanning Bridge Road from U.S. 25 to N.C. 280 in Fletcher.
- Widening of Butler Bridge Road from U.S. 25 to N.C. 280 in Mills River.
- Intersection improvements to the intersection of N. Main Street, N. Church Street and Asheville Highway in Hendersonville – the intersection otherwise known as Five Points where the driveway to the new Hendersonville High is planned.
- Improvements to White Pine Drive and Hebron Road in Laurel Park, anticipated to serve as a southwest bypass around downtown Hendersonville.
The TAC’s selection does not mean any of the projects will be funded. There are also no definitive designs for the projects at this point as they need funding in order for comprehensive design work to begin. . .