Redland Road Left-Turn Lanes

Add left-turn lanes at Ferguson and Bradley intersections, 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.


Construction underway

Updated: June 11, 2024

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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.

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  • Design: Dec. 2020 - May 2023
  • Right of Way: July 2022 - May 2023 
  • Construction: August 2023 - June 2024

Traffic impacts

Rolling single lane closures may be needed during construction.

Current activities

Paving the final layer and adding permanent road striping is now complete. Driveway connections will occur after paving is complete along the main part of the roadway. Afterwards, gravel will be placed along shoulders and at gravel driveways. 


  • Project estimate is $3 million
  • Funding is provided from Community Road Funds, County Road Fund and HB2017 state gas tax 

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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.

Contact us
Department Staff
Bob Knorr
Project Manager


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