North Davidson Street and Jordan Place Intersection
Project phase

Consultant rendering of the preferred alternative for the bicycle-protected intersection presented at a public meeting on Oct. 1, 2019. For illustrative purposes only. View full-size version(2MB pdf).


 Project updates

​This project originated from the Northeast Corridor Infrastructure planning efforts with the community. Planned improvements to the intersection of North Davidson and Jordan Place will enhance safety and improve accessibility for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists traveling to the 25th Street LYNX Blue Line station. Potential improvements include high-visibility crosswalks, shorter crossing distances, pedestrian signals, ADA-accessible ramps and a pedestrian refuge island.

  • ​To improve accessibility by providing pedestrian, bicycle and vehicular connections to LYNX Blue Line stations

  • To promote economic development by providing infrastructure to support and encourage transit-oriented development

  • To create a direct link between the Villa Heights neighborhood and the 25th Street LYNX Blue Line station

With direction from Charlotte City Council, project teams seek input from the community in order to build better projects and provide better services. Often, this input comes from the public involvement process used when building capital projects. Neighborhood public meetings are conducted by project teams and consultants in order to solicit ideas from nearby businesses and residents affected by the project and identify their concerns. Upcoming meetings will be posted on the project web page, and affected residents will receive a postcard in the mail.

$4.485 million

​​​Please note this is the funding amount and includes all costs associated with the project such as planning and design, acquiring the right of way, utility relocation, consultant fees, construction, signalization, permits and landscaping.


​Vicinity map

North Davidson Street and Jordan Avenue intersection vicinity map 


 Project contacts

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