Transportation Projects

Any questions regarding current and / or past transportation projects should be referred to Adam Stephenson via email or phone at (919) 249-3417.

NOTE: The following list includes state and municipal projects and does not include projects associated with private development.

  1. Traffic Signals
  2. Apex Streets & Sidewalks
  3. NCDOT Roads
  4. Recently Completed

Traffic Signal Projects

Learn more about the process of adding a new traffic signal.

Beaver Creek Commons Drive at Zeno Road Traffic Signal

Beaver Creek Commons Drive at Zeno Road is planned for a metal pole/mast arm traffic signal with signalized crosswalks and associated roadway improvements. Both roadways are maintained by Apex. Therefore, the traffic signal will be owned and maintained by Apex, but operated by NCDOT as part of the NC 55 closed loop signal system. The project is proposed to open the right-in/right-out driveway across from Zeno Road as a full-movement driveway. An additional through lane will be extended eastbound from the bus pull-out area to Zeno Road as well as restriping for an eastbound left turn lane serving the driveway between Wells Fargo and Panda Express. 

Green Level Church Road at Jenks Road Traffic Signal 

Green Level Church Road at Jenks Road is planned for a wood pole/span wire traffic signal and associated roadway improvements. Both roadways are maintained by NCDOT and the traffic signal will be owned and maintained by NCDOT. Apex is responsible for the traffic signal and the developer of the Reams Grove subdivision is responsible for southbound and westbound left turn lanes. 

  • Status: Property acquisition in progress
  • Lead Agency: Town of Apex (traffic signal); Developer (roadway improvements) 
  • Project Contact: Russell Dalton, (919) 249-3358
  • Estimated Construction: Late 2022 - Early 2023 
  • Estimated Construction Cost: $150,000 
  • Traffic Signal Plan Sheet

Project Updates 

Plans are approved. The project requires acquisition of new public right of way which is underway. Construction is anticipated to begin in late 2022 and continue through early 2023 in cooperation with the developer constructing the turn lanes.