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Providence Road sidewalk

​​​​​​​​​Provence Village Lane to East Barden Road

 

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Part of the Community Investment Plan

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Sidewalk and pedestrian safety program​​​​

 

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The City of Charlotte is committed to becoming a more ”walkable” community as part of an overall strategy for advancing a balanced transportation system that accommodates motorists, transit users, pedestrians, and bicyclists.

 
The City’s Transportation Action Plan​ (TAP​) calls for the prioritization, design, construction and maintenance of convenient and efficient transportation facilities to improve safety, neighborhood livability, promote transportation choices and meet land use objectives. Objective 2.7 of the draft 2011 TAP calls for the City to construct 375 miles of new sidewalks by 2035. Policy 2.7.3 calls for sidewalks to be constructed consistent with Urban Street Design Guidelines (adopted in 2007), and every effort shall be made to meet the intent of the guidelines when designing sidewalk projects. Under current funding, at least 10 miles of new sidewalks are to be completed each year to meet that goal. 

 

This project is federally funded as part of the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality grant approved by Charlotte City Council on July 21, 2010. This project will include the construction of sidewalk along the west side of Providence Road from Provence Village Lane to East Barden Road. Work will be performed within the right-of-way or acquired easements. Improvements, where applicable, will include sidewalk, planting strips, accessible ramps, driveways, pedestrian refuge island, bus pads and storm drainage. 

  • ​To fulfill the City of Charlotte Sidewalk Retrofit Policy 

  • To provide a safe, connected and comfortable pedestrian system to improve the quality of life for residents, businesses and visitors etc. ​​

​During the planning and design phase, the project team worked with the community to provide insight to the conceptual design. Community meetings were scheduled and postcards were mailed throughout the project to keep residents informed and provided opportunities to share ideas, opinions​ and concerns with city and state planners and project managers. 

​$​1.075​ million

Federally funded as part of the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) grant approved by Charlotte City Council on July 21, 2010. 

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