At the direction of Mayor Vi Lyles, the Charlotte MOVES Task Force was formed to address mobility and transportation issues in Charlotte.
Task force members will advise the City of Charlotte in the creation of a new Strategic Mobility Plan that integrates and updates current vehicle, pedestrian, bicycle, transit and safety plans, and sets mobility goals for the city and immediate region. As key community representatives, members will be guiding forces in shaping the Strategic Mobility Plan’s vision, and realizing that vision by recommending a catalytic network of projects and a funding strategy to the Charlotte City Council.
Led by former Mayor Harvey Gantt, the task force comprises 25 community leaders from across the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area who represent business, government, transportation and planning, education, nonprofits and more.
The task force meets from 6-8:30 p.m. at least once a month, May through December 2020. Meetings are livestreamed on the city's
Facebook page and YouTube channel. Members of the public can submit questions and comments to the task force by emailing email@example.com, commenting on the YouTube and Facebook videos, or calling 980-293-1245. The task force will address those questions and comments during its meetings.
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