The purpose of this project is to reconstruct the existing two-lane undivided, 40-foot-wide pavement section of Rocky Hill Drive (Avenue 280) between State Route 65 and Exeter's city limits. The activity would involve pulverizing the existing two-lane, 24-foot-wide pavement section, and overlaying a two-lane undivided, 28-footwide pavement section between Exeter's City Limits and Spruce Road. All newly reconstructed roadway will receive new traffic stripes, pavement markings and pedestrian crossings. Additional improvements include the construction of curb and gutter, sidewalks, accessible curb ramps, drive approaches, rectangular rapid flashing beacon system, advance warning flashing beacons, related striping/signing, parking lot and drainage facility improvements. lmprovements to the pedestrian path of travel will result in improved visibility for motorists approaching pedestrian crossings, accommodate persons with disabilities, and increase safety for pedestrians using the facilities. The project also includes railroad improvements including but not limited to a safe pedestrian path of travel across the tracks and updated railroad crossings signs. In addition, a storm water basin will be proposed to retained storm water run-off and water line stub-outs will be installed for future water improvements. The project will not result in an increase to the roadway's vehicular capacity. Efficient and responsive improvements of the City of Exeter and County road networks will enhance the safety and security of the public by improving the access of the pedestrians throughout the region. Construction is anticipated to begin in spring of2024 and is expected to be completed Fall of 2024.