Projects

​​Cross Charlotte Trail - North Davidson Street to Matheson Avenue

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​A segment of the Cross Charlotte Trail ​​​​​​​

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​​PROJECT OVERVIEW

​​​This project will create a segment of the Cross Charlotte Trail between Davidson Street near Cordelia Park and the Matheson Avenue bridge. This segment will be approximately one mile long. The exact end point, location and alignment of the segment will be determined during the planning and design phases.

​The project team will coordinate with other nearby projects, such as the LYNX Blue Line, the 25th Street connection​ and the Matheson Avenue Bridge streetscape project​.​​

PROJECT GOALS

​The goals for this segment of the trail are ​​​the following:

  • Comfortable - Separated from streets and traffic as much as possible within project budget and other constraints​

  • Accessible and bicycle-friendly - Hard surf​ace suitable for bikes and wheelchairs, smooth turns and limited slopes to meet ADA requirements

  • Enjoyable - Amenities to enhance enjoyment and safety, such as signage, benches, trashcans, landscaping, aesthetic treatments and public art

  • Expandable - Provide opportunities for additional connections and amenities in the future

PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT

​​The project team will engage nearby residents, businesses and other stakeholders in numerous ways through​out the planning process. Engagement opportunities may include charrettes, walking tours and public meetings. Details will be shared with residents and businesses once they are determined, and they will be posted on this page and on the Citywide Events Calendar.

The project team hosted a joint public meeting with the project team for the Matheson Avenue Bridge Streetscape project on May 10, 2017 at the Belmont Center. An online meeting for both projects was provided May 11-June 12, 2017 for residents unable to attend the public meeting.​

PROJECT COST: ​To be determined