NOTICE OF CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES
NOVEMBER 1, 2017 Isle of Wight County will be constructing the Nike Park Trail Project in the Battery Park Road and Nike Park Road corridors over the next 18 months. The project will consist of approximately 3.1 miles of 8-10-foot-wide asphalt path parallel to the existing roadway. Construction activities could include tree clearing, earthwork, drainage improvements, pedestrian bridge installation, driveway improvements, and path construction.
Segment 1: The south side of Battery Park Road from the intersection of S. Church Street and Battery Park Road to the intersection of Battery Park Road and Nike Park Road. (Approximately 1.3 miles)
Segment 2: The south side of Nike Park Road from the intersection of Nike Park Road and Battery Park Road to the entrance to Nike Park in Carrollton. (Approximately 1.8 miles)
Mobilization and construction activities on both Segment 1 and 2 should begin mid-November 2017. Construction should take 12-18 months. Standard work hours are 7:00 am to 6:00 pm. Weather or other unforeseen conditions may require schedule revisions.
IMPACT TO PROPERTY OWNERS and TRAVELERS
Minimal shoulder and lane closures are expected, but will occasionally be necessary in the case of tree removal, equipment access, and supply deliveries. Driveway improvements and crossings may provide temporary delays in access to individual properties. Emergency and residential access will be maintained.
QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS?
Isle of Wight County Project Manager
Jamie Oliver, Transportation Division
This project is for the construction of approximately four (4) miles of bicycle and pedestrian multi-use path from the Town of Smithfield (Windsor Castle Park) to Nike Park in Carrollton.
The project is currently in bid review and the Trail is expected to begin construction Fall 2017 and be completed by the end of 2018.
Segment 1 consists of 1.3 miles of Trail, which will be 8-foot wide asphalt path, from the intersection of S. Church Street and Battery Park Road to the intersection of Battery Park Road and Nike Park Road.
Segment 2 consists of 1.8 miles of Trail, which will be 10-foot wide asphalt path, from the intersection of Battery Park Road and Nike Park Road into the Isle of Wight County Nike Park facility.
Segment 3 will be developed by the Town of Smithfield in the S. Church Street corridor between Battery Park Road and Smithfield Station.