About the Hendersonville Road Corridor Study
The Hendersonville Road corridor is 5.4 miles, generally in a five-lane configuration with sidewalks in some sections and fixed-route transit service throughout the corridor. Extensive growth over the last few decades has generated increased traffic congestion. As Buncombe County continues to grow, more development along the corridor is expected
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The Hendersonville Road Corridor Study will examine this roadway and propose strategies relating to congestion, pedestrian and cyclist safety, and connectivity along and across the road. To accomplish this, the project team will be collaborating closely with the City of Asheville, the French Broad River MPO, Buncombe County, NCDOT, as well as representatives of the communities and institutions along Hendersonville Road. In order to make this plan the biggest success it can be, we will call on the community, the residents, students, and workers who live near or travel on Hendersonville Road every day to participate in the planning process.
On this site, you will find information about the project schedule and public meetings that have taken place. With your input on issues, concerns, and desires along Hendersonville Road, the project team has gained a better understanding of the corridor, how its used, and how to make better recommendations for the future of the corridor.
Thank you for visiting and your continued involvement in the Hendersonville Road Corridor Study!
The next and FINAL public design workshop will be held virtually on Wednesday, February 10th from 5:30 PM -7:00 PM. Join us via Zoom or by phone to review the designs and provide input to the project team. Login details and flyer below. ZOOM LINK. Facebook event HERE.
ZOOM and CALL-IN DETAILS
https://zoom.us/join Meeting ID: 988 0149 1331 Password: 404853 Phone: (312) 626 – 6799
Materials and Previous Events
DRAFT PLAN– View the draft plan for the corridor study including the background, existing conditions, market analysis and recommendations. Draft released 1/11/21.
The initial public design workshops were held from Wednesday, October 7th through Friday, October 9th with two workshops on each day. Watch the video recording from Friday Oct 9th below.
Concept Designs & Photo Simulations of Hendersonville Road Intersections:
Northern: Concept Design • Rock Hill Road and Blue Ridge Parkway
Central: Concept Design • Racquet Club Road and Overlook Road
Southern: Concept Design • Springside Road and Sycamore Drive
At the first workshop, held on Tuesday, July 14th, community members were able to contribute their concerns and provide input for design concepts, problem areas, and priorities. Thanks for attending the Virtual Public Meeting. We had great attendance and discussion that will help us better understand issues and challenges along the corridor.
You may view the recording of the meeting below. The presentation slides utilized during the meeting are below and can also be downloaded here.HENDERSONVILLE_RD_Symposium_Poll_Results_7-14-2020
If you have any further questions or comments about the Corridor Plan, the website, or if you need any information about the planning process, please send us a message through our comment box below.