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CAPITAL INVESTMENT PLAN (CIP) PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS


Public meeting, May 2017

Multiple projects designed to spur economic growth and facilitate recruitment of high-tech industries to the North End area adjacent to uptown. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/AIC.

A 2010 transportation bond project that will widen Beatties Ford Road from Capps Hill Mine Road to Pauline Lane, north of Sunset Road. Construction started in late 2017. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/BeattiesFord​.

​This project will extend Bryant Farms Road from Elm Lane to Rea Road. It will also improve the intersection of Elm Lane, Blakeney Heath Road and Bryant Farms Road and provide a signalized intersection at Rea Road and Bryant Farms Road. The project will include pedestrian and bicycle facilities, curb and gutter, an 8-foot planting strip, street lights and landscape buffers in selected areas. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/BryantFarms. ​

XCLT

More than 30 miles of trails and greenway stretching from Pineville to the Cabarrus County line comprising multiple segments. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/XCLT​.

​Construct the Eastern Circumferential from University City Boulevard (NC-49) to existing Back Creek Church Road, which will be re-routed under a new railway bridge that will be built by the North Carolina Department of Transportation. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/ECR.

​​consultant rendering December 2018
A bridge over I-85 that will connect Research Drive to J.W. Clay Boulevard. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/I85NorthBridge​.

Intersection enhancements designed to improve traffic flow, access and safety for motorists, pedestrians, transit users and bicyclists. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/IRM​.

Multiple projects designed to provide more transportation choices, connectivity and accessibility along the Independence Boulevard corridor. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/Indep​.

Adds transportation capacity along Lakeview Road from Cushing Drive to Old Statesville Road and accommodates additional traffic expected as a result of construction of the NCDOT's I-77 Lakeview Road Direct Connect Interchange project. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/Lakeview.

Intersection improvements include an additional southbound left turn lane on Providence Road, adding an eastbound turn lane on Ballantyne Commons Parkway and an eastbound through lane between Ballantyne Commons Parkway and Tilley Morris Road. The project will also provide bicycle and sidewalk connections. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/McKee​.

Improvements between Briar Creek and Sharon Amity to make it more pedestrian-oriented and encourage mixed-use development. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/Monroe​.

Street improvements that supports redevelopment along North Tryon Street from Dalton Avenue to 30th Street, including safer pedestrian crossings, new sidewalk, planting strips, planted medians, landscaping, decorative lighting and bike lanes. Learn more at CharlotteNC.gov/NorthTryon​.​

A collection of projects selected to improve access to the Blue Line Extension for pedestrians, motorist and cyclists and provide broader connectioins to other community investments like the Cross Charlotte Trail and Mecklenburg County greenway system. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/NECI​.

Makes improvements to Oakdale Road from Old Plank Drive to Dale Avenue that will accommodate all moves of transportation. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/Oakdale​​.​

Hamorton Avenue after improvementsProjects resulting from the Parkwood/Plaza arterial corridor study that address​​ pedestrian and bicycle issues between North Brevard Street and Matheson Avenue​​​​. Learn more​.

Replaces the pedestrian and vehicular bridges on Sardis Lane over the McAlpine Creek tributary stream with a single bridge.  Learn more​.

BallantyeMultiple strategic projects designed to reinvest in sidewalks and intersections that improve transportation facilities in areas of need. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/SCRP.

​COMPREHENSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CNIP) AREAS

Proposed interim crossing by Garinger High School
Multiple projects focused on neighborhoods east of uptown. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/Central.

Prosperity Village roundabout

​Focusing on neighborhoods in the Prosperity Village area. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/Prosperity​.

Symphony Park

Projects that support and sustain the high levels of private investment already underway in the area. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/SouthPark​.

Firestone Park cleanup
Focused on established and new communities in this high-growth area of north and northwest Charlotte​. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/Sunset.

Five Points Better Block event Nov. 2017 

Focused on the neighborhoods northwest of uptown. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/WestTrade​.

Rendering of Westinghouse multiuse path

Focused on established and emerging neighborhoods in the Steele Creek area. Learn more at CharlotteFuture.com/Whitehall​.

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