Stallings

Construction Projects

Construction Updates and Stormwater Repairs

Stallings Stormwater Repair Schedule

1. 3628 Wildrose Court, Willowbrook- Repair storm drainage pipe causing a sink hole in the yard. $2,000. 

2. 2124 Coatsdale Lane, Kerry Greens- Add rip rap to stabilize stream banks. $3,616. 

3. 100 Greenbriar Lane, Brookfield- Repair washout at Vickie Lane culvert. Repair storm drainage pipe under driveway. $12,070.

To see the list of roads being resurfaced and the bid tabulations please click the following link:

2016 Resurfacing Contracts

To see some of the recently completed projects please click the following link:

Monroe Expressway 

The N.C. Department of Transportation is constructing a controlled access expressway extending nearly 20 miles from U.S. 74 near I-485 in Mecklenburg County to U.S. 74 between the towns of WIngate and Marshville in Union County. The construction cost of this project is approximately $900 million. 

U.S. 74 serves as an important commercial corridor for residents and businesses in Union and Mecklenburg counties as it gives retail, commercial and employment centers in the area direct access to and from the route. 

The Monroe Expressway will improve mobility and capacity in the U.S. 74 corridor by allowing an option for the high-speed regional travel via fixed price gantry tolling. 

Once complete, the Monroe Expressway will be operated by the North Carolina Turnpike Authority. Substantial completion date for this project is November 27, 2018. 

On May 23, 2016, NCDOT gave a facility overview and construction status briefing to Town Council. The presentation is attached. Also attached is the hearing map for the expressway portion in the Stallings jurisdiction. 

Planning is underway on a proposal to widen East John Street and Old Monroe Road from Trade Street to Wesley Chapel-Stouts Road in the towns of Matthews, Stallings and Indian Trail (U-4714)

Proposed work would improve traffic flow, reduce travel delays and increase capacity for vehicles. Bicyclists and pedestrians would also have accommodations along the project corridor.
The proposed project, approximately 6.5 miles in length, is divided into three sections and estimated at a cost of $87.5 million:

  •  Trade Street to I-485 in Matthews
  •  I-485 to Waxhaw-Indian Trail Road in Stallings
  •  Waxhaw-Indian Trail Road to Wesley Chapel-Stouts Road in Indian Trail

The N.C. Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration approved the Environmental Assessment (document that evaluates the environmental effects of the project) in July 2016.
Below is a rendering of the functional design utilized in the Environmental Assessment. Please note that is design is subject to change during the design phase of the project.Planning is underway on a proposal to widen East John Street and Old Monroe Road from Trade Street to Wesley Chapel-Stouts Road in the towns of Matthews, Stallings and Indian Trail (U-4714).
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