Transportation Projects

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The Town of Fuquay-Varina is committed to providing information on our transportation projects.  In 2022, nine projects are in the design phase and construction will begin 2023.  Learn a dash more by exploring these pages.  


Learn all about the Town of Fuquay-Varina's transportation improvement projects that are recently completely, under construction, or planned for the future! Navigate below for the full Project List, our most Recent Updates, and Frequently Asked Questions.


Click the image below to open our interactive web map in a new window. This map highlights the locations of the Town's transportation projects. Click or tap on a project in the web map to see a popup window with more details. You can also find more detailed information for a project in the full Project List below.

Disclaimer: All projects listed as "new projects" and "future" herein are for planning and conceptual purposes and will require further study and analysis. Public input will be sought before any final determinations on design are made.

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Fuquay-Varina is growing fast! The Town has over 30 transportation projects that are recently completed, actively under construction, or planned for the near future. The Town Board has approved $45 million in road projects are recently completed, currently being designed, acquiring Right-of-Way, or actively under construction.

Planning, project design and right-of-way acquisition must all occur prior to construction with various state and federal approvals during the process. Depending on the size of the project and associated complexities, the pre-construction phase for the proposed bond projects normally takes 12 - 24 months. For more details for each project, click the link below for the full Project List. If you want to see the most recent transportation project news, check out the Recent Updates tab. The Town partners with state and federal Departments of Transportation (DOT) and pursues many avenues for project funding and grants to minimize the costs to our taxpayers. To learn more about how projects are planned, funded, and constructed, be sure to check out the FAQ tab.


Click here for the Full List of Projects.

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