Harrisonburg Downtown Streetscape Projects

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See also: information about Downtown Streetscape Plan

 

Downtown Streetscape Phase III:

This project will improve both sides of N Main St between Elizabeth Street to Wolfe Street with sidewalk reconstruction, addition of curb ramps, replacement of traffic signal poles, new pedestrian signal systems, new illuminated street signs, and new street lighting. In 2015 the Public Works Department submitted a Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) grant for Phase III and received 100% of the requested grant amount.  The TAP grant is a 80/20 grant with VDOT contributing $469,332 and the City providing $117,333. 

The project has been designed by McCormick Taylor and construction is anticipated to start construction in the spring of 2017.

 

Downtown Streetscape Phase II:

This project was completed in January 2015. It consisted of streetscape improvements along the west side of Main Street from Bruce Street to Court Square. This project consisted of streetscape improvements primarily along the west side of Main Street from Bruce Street to East Court Square. Improvements include sidewalk reconstruction, addition of curb ramps, replacement of traffic signal poles, new pedestrian signal systems, new illuminated street signs, new street lighting, and underground duct bank installed with three conduits.

Phase 2 cost $1.1 million and was funded by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Transportation Enhancement Funds and City Funds.

Before/After Photos:

Before and After downtown streetscape project

Before and After downtown streetscape project

Before and After downtown streetscape project

 

Downtown Streetscape Phase I

Phase 1 of the Harrisonburg Streetscape Project was completed in 2010 and consisted of new sidewalks and curb ramps on the east side of Main Street from Bruce Street to Elizabeth Street. 

 

Questions? Contact Kim Cameron at 540-434-5928 or email Kimberly.Cameron@harrisonburgva.gov