This project will implement the
Independence Boulevard Area Planby providing pedestrian sidewalk and bicycle improvements throughout the Independence Boulevard corridor.
To enhance neighborhood mobility and accessibility to transit and various uses within the corridor
The City of Charlotte wants your help studying how best to add sidewalk and bikeway connections along the Independence Boulevard North & South Corridor from Briar Creek Road to Sardis Road North. The goal is to provide more transportation choices, connectivity and accessibility. Charlotte’s long-term health and distinction as a competitive city is based on its ability to use national and local best practices to create and sustain communities of choice for living, working and recreation. Using $8 million in capital funds from future bonds, the project calls for several elements to make this area more pedestrian-friendly, improve mobility and add connections. The intent of this CIP pre-planning process is to develop a Work Plan to prioritize future sidewalk and bikeway projects, providing the transformation needed to realize the City’s vision.
The project team hosted two open houses took place in January 2018 at Ovens Auditorium and Independence Regional Library to get the community's input in determining the best way to add sidewalk and bikeway connections along Independence Boulevard from Briar Creek Road to Mason Wallace Park and Campbell Creek Greenway.
To be determined
Charlotte voters approved $2 million of bond funding for the program in November 2016, with additional voter approvals for funding expected to be sought in 2018 and 2020.