Midtown Corridor

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The Midtown Corridor is one of many transportation improvement projects identified in the Fayetteville Mobility Study, completed in 2018. This important, and mostly flat east-west connection includes sections of Porter Road, Deane Street, Garland Avenue, Sycamore Street, Popular Street, and Woodland Avenue. Improvements planned for this area will facilitate bicycle transportation from Porter to College Avenue through street improvements, on-street bikeways, and separated bicycle and pedestrian facilities.

How will it be funded?

Design and construction of the Midtown Corridor will be partially funded with bond monies approved by the votes in April, 2019

When will it be completed?

Construction is scheduled to begin in 2021 and will be combined with other street and drainage improvements.

Public Engagement Events

Drop-in Workshop
Wednesday, March 11
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Trinity United Methodist Church
1021 W. Sycamore Street

Presentation & Feedback Session
Thursday, March 12

This session was canceled, but you can view the video presentation here.


For additional information, visit the Midtown Corridor web page. Please provide us with your ideas and comments via the interactive map or Ideas feature.




The Midtown Corridor is one of many transportation improvement projects identified in the Fayetteville Mobility Study, completed in 2018. This important, and mostly flat east-west connection includes sections of Porter Road, Deane Street, Garland Avenue, Sycamore Street, Popular Street, and Woodland Avenue. Improvements planned for this area will facilitate bicycle transportation from Porter to College Avenue through street improvements, on-street bikeways, and separated bicycle and pedestrian facilities.

How will it be funded?

Design and construction of the Midtown Corridor will be partially funded with bond monies approved by the votes in April, 2019

When will it be completed?

Construction is scheduled to begin in 2021 and will be combined with other street and drainage improvements.

Public Engagement Events

Drop-in Workshop
Wednesday, March 11
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Trinity United Methodist Church
1021 W. Sycamore Street

Presentation & Feedback Session
Thursday, March 12

This session was canceled, but you can view the video presentation here.


For additional information, visit the Midtown Corridor web page. Please provide us with your ideas and comments via the interactive map or Ideas feature.




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Improvements planned for this area will facilitate bicycle transportation from Porter to College Avenue through street improvements, on-street bikeways, and separated bicycle and pedestrian facilities. 

Improvements planned for this area will facilitate bicycle transportation from Porter to College Avenue through street improvements, on-street bikeways, and separated bicycle and pedestrian facilities.