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16th Street streetscape

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Applied Innovation Corridor's​ North End

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​In 2014 and 2016, Charlotte voters approved Community Investment Plan bonds to improve infrastructure and leverage private investment throughout the city. Additional bonds will be voted on in 2018. Among the areas receiving infrastructure improvements is the North Tryon Street Gateway. This is the first of many scheduled projects in the Applied Innovation Corridor's North End.

This project will provide improved facilities for pedestrians and cyclists on 16th Street between North Tryon Street and Parkwood Avenue, as well as an upgraded streetscape with these proposed improvements:

  • New bicycle lanes in both directions

  • New sidewalk with a planting strip that will allow for street trees and/or other landscaping

  • Potentially adding street/pedestrian lighting or other amenities along the roadway

  • Realignment of a portion of 16th Street between the CATS Blue Line Extension and Parkwood Avenue​

  • ​To provide a safer and improved transportation options for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists on 16th Street between North Tryon Street and Parkwood Avenue

  • To provide aesthetic improvements to provide a more pleasant streetscape

​The City of Charlotte will engage the community to get input on the preliminary design that reflects the region's vision for infrastructure connectivity. Public participation will be important throughout this project to help identify alternatives that meet the City's goal to maintain the growth and vitality of the community and to support a healthy economy for Charlotte. Dates, times and locations of all meetings will be posted on this page, as well as on the Citywide Events Calendar.​​​​​

The project team has held the following public meetings:

​To be ​determined​

​​​​​​The Community Investment Plan approved by City Council in 2013 calls for voters to consider approval of funding for a number of infrastructure programs. Voters approved bond financing in 2014 and 2016 and will vote on further bond financing in 2018 and 2020. For this project, if voters approve funding, City staff engages the community to determine the details of what will ultimately be built. Once these details are known, the cost of the project is estimated and published. Learn more about the Community Investment Plan at http://charlottefuture.com​


 

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