Fayetteville Street Mall
City of Raleigh
Kimley-Horn developed a plan to convert four blocks of a main street to a pedestrian and transit-oriented mall in an effort to revitalize the city's central business district. The design was a challenge because of the substantial width of the street, which formerly offered parking on both sides. Cited by the Federal Highway Administration as the nation's best intermodal facility, the mall extends from the State Capitol building to the Civic Center. Kimley-Horn was responsible for general civil engineering services, as well as all traffic engineering and transportation planning, including design of signals and intersections that cross the mall.