Redland Road Left-Turn Lanes

Add left-turn lanes at Ferguson and Bradley, with a transition to two-lanes between the intersections with lane widths that will closely match the width of the current lanes to provide a safer roadway for all users and to reduce wait times at the intersection.


Project is in design phase.

Updated: June 22, 2021

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Projects funded through the new Community Road Fund will increase safety, relieve congestion and maintain local roads.

The existing road dimensions include two 11-foot travel lanes and two 5-foot paved shoulders. The design includes constructing a 12-foot wide left-turn lane at Ferguson Road and a 12-foot wide left-turn lane at Bradley Road with buffered bike lane shoulders.

Crash data from 2016–2018 shows most incidents as rear-end crashes during daytime hours.


Dec. 2020 - Fall/Winter 2022: Design and right of way
Summer/Fall 2023: Construction

Traffic impacts

Rolling single lane closures may be needed during construction.

Current activities

Project design.


  • Project estimate is $1.7 million
  • Funding is provided from Community Road Funds

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Frequently Asked Questions


Yes, the bike lane will remain on Redland Road for bikers and pedestrians. The bike lanes will increase to 8-foot buffered bike lanes. The buffer is striped to separate vehicles from bicyclists traveling in the bike lane.


No, this project will not add left-turn lanes on either Bradley Road or Ferguson Road.

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Department Staff
Bob Knorr
Project Manager
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