NC 211 East Coast Greenway Feasibility Study

The NC 211 East Coast Greenway Feasibility Study is a project to evaluate the NC 211 corridor from the Southport Ferry Terminal to Stone Chimney Road for the potential to create dedicated biking and/or walking facilities as part of the East Coast Greenway and NC Bike Route 3 (Ports of Call).

Please watch this video to participate in our Virtual Public Meeting.

Virtual Public Meeting

We are currently in the Public Meeting phase of the Feasibility Study. We need to hear from residents and visitors about what they think of the various trail location options. Our goal is to create an inclusive network that serves as many needs as possible. Please click on the button below to fill out the survey and tell us how to plan something that works for you!

Feasibility Plan Approach

Data Collection

This phase will begin with a thorough review of previous planning efforts to develop a complete base map for the corridor.

This mapping will include parcels, FEMA regulated streams/floodplains, natural and cultural resources, topography, roads, utilities, and other available features.

Community Input
Opportunities & Constraints
Alternative Alignment
Feasibility Report